DERBY- The Derby Public Library will once again be running a Summer Reading Club for adults ages 18 and over.
This year participants are invited to read and Build a Better World, one book at a time. The club will begin on June 19 and run through August 11.
As participants read books of their choice, they will be asked to anonymously
complete a very brief review form to share with fellow readers. Readers will have the
option of doing this either online by using LitKeeper, or the more traditional hand written
way. These reviews will be posted and shared.
Readers will receive a participation prize after they submit their first review. Weekly raffles will be held for all readers sharing for each particular week. All participants will be invited to a final summer celebration on Monday, August 14 at 6:30 PM.
Registration begins on June 1.
Ongoing programs such as Wednesday Movie Matinees, Tech Times, Resume “Right”-ing, Lunchtime Book Discussions and Sports Talks will continue throughout the
summer, along with many other special programs.
For more information or to register, stop by the Library at 313 Elizabeth St. or call 203 736-1482 or visit www.derbypubliclibrary.org.
Also happening at the library is another Recycle, Repurpose, and Reuse Craft Class on Tuesday, June 6 at 6:30 PM.
Ansonia Animal Control Officer, Jeanie Roslonowski, returns to the Library to show participants ages eighteen and over, how to turn old CDs and DVDs into beautiful Garden Decorations. All materials will be provided. The class will also include information on conservation and animal issues.
Registration is required. For more information, stop by the Library at 313 Elizabeth St.
or call 203 736-1482 or visit www.derbypubliclibrary.org.
(This is a press release from Derby Public Library)