Wells County Public Library Summer Reading Program Page
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Teen Summer Reading
Adult Summer Reading
Diabetes Management Program
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Sue Delagrange, MS, RD, from Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana will talk about how to manage diabetes for individuals with or without cancer diagnosis. This presentation will focus on how the food you eat affects your blood sugar levels and ways to manage the disease through meal planning. Recipes and samples provided. Registration appreciated.
Small Meeting Room
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Enjoy a sports-themed travelogue. Jordan Marshall will talk about his recent trip to Aviles, Spain to compete in the Duathlon World Championships. Also enjoy a small sampling of Spanish foods. Registration appreciated.
Small Meeting Room
William Wells Presentation
Friday, July 22, 2016
Author William Heath will be discussing his book "William Wells and the Struggle for the Old Northwest." Bring your books for an autograph signing. More information about William Heath at his books is available at www.williamheathbooks.com
Large Meeting Room
Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award
What's Next: Books in Series (Kent District Library, MI)
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Prizes and Sponsor Info
Program is for those finishing grades 6-12 this year.
Come to Main Library or Ossian Branch to pick up a pen for registering.
Read 500 pages & earn a book. Plus be eligible to come to the party. Additional prizes may be won at the party for those in attendance.
Read 2,000 pages & get $5 in chamber bucks.
Read 5,000 pages & get another $5 in chamber bucks.
Read 8,000 pages, get final $5 in chamber bucks &
be entered in a drawing for an iPad mini!
The drawing for iPad mini will be August 1st @ 9 am.
Top reader prizes will be rewarded to our top 5 Teen readers.
ALL PRIZES MUST BE PICKED UP BY AUGUST 5th
We wish to extend a big “THANK YOU” to the
Wells County Foundation
for generously supporting our program.