Although it doesn't feel like it, summer is almost here and the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library is getting ready to kick-off their summer reading programs.
The library has a program for every age group. All you need to do is drop by to sign-up. Their programs are broken down by Children (including infants), Teens and Adults. Just read books and track them on a log. Once you turn those in you are eligible for some great prizes! This program is free.
My family has participated in the program the past three years. It is a lot of fun and we really enjoy the offerings! Prizes are donated by local businesses and organizations. Grand prize drawings are held the first week of August.
Sign-ups begin on Monday, May 23rd and run through Saturday, July 30th. Please visit or call the Reference Services Desk at 949-3523. The library is located at 180 West Spring Street, New Albany, Indiana 47150. Their web address is: www.nafclibrary.org
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