Why should kids have all the fun? Adults are invited to participate in our second annual Adult Summer Reading Program, Groundbreaking Reads. Sign up at the adult reference desk beginning Monday, July 1.
Participants will receive a punch card bookmark when registering. Every week that you visit the library, stop by the reference desk to get your card punched and fill out a ticket for that week’s drawing. Every time you enter a weekly drawing, you will also be entered into our Grand Prize Drawing at the end of the summer to win $80.00 in gift certificates to Kettle Cove Creamery & Cafe, donated by owner Mark Pendarvis.
Drawings will take place at noon on Saturdays beginning July 6. Winners will be notified by phone.
The prizes for each week are:
- Week 1, ending July 6: $10.00 gift certificate to Mojo Health Bar
- Week 2, ending July 13: $10.00 gift certificate to The Well at Jordan’s Farm
- Week 3, ending July 20: $10.00 gift certificate to Kettle Cove Creamery & Cafe
- Week 4, ending July 27: Handmade item from The Museum at Portland Head Llght
- Week 5, ending August 3: $10.00 gift certificate to Mojo Health Bar
- Week 6, ending August 10: $10.00 gift certificate to The Well at Jordan’s Farm
- Week 7, ending August 17: $10.00 gift certificate to Kettle Cove Creamery & Cafe
- Week 8, ending August 24: Handmade item from The Museum at Portland Head Llght
- Grand Prize, to be drawn on August 31: $80 gift certificate to Kettle Cove Creamery & Cafe
Thank you to all our sponsors!
About the Artist: Shane Rebenscheid
Each year, a committee of librarians across the country choose the artist for the Collaborative Summer Reading Program, which is made available to libraries across the country. This year’s artist for the adult program is Shane Rebenscheid.
Shane Rebenschied is best known for his photo illustrations, the realism of his 2D digital designs, and science-fiction and fantasy book covers. He graduated from the Art Center College of Design in 1998 with an emphasis on traditional and digital media. Since then his work has appeared in the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles and New York annuals as well as numerous national and international publications and advertising campaigns. He is a fan of old paper and stains, and can often be found staring at pieces of corroded, rusted metal.