Win a Library Gold Card!

1We’re doing something special this summer….Library Gold Cards! This is going to be a fun way to get people to join our summer reading programs, and also to give a few lucky winners a bit of a break this summer. Our Library Gold Cards will give our patrons freedom from paying fines from July 9th through August 31st, 2016!  Wouldn’t you like to own one of these?

HOW DO I GET ONE?

Adults have one whole week to sign up, starting July 4th. All you have to do is come to the library and register for our Adult Summer Reading program. It doesn’t cost a thing, and we’ll be giving away lots of fun prizes all summer long…just for reading books you enjoy!

Children and teens can come to the Library Lemonade Stand on Thursday, June 30th to register for the TD Summer Reading Club, and Book Buck Bingo. We’ll enter your names into a draw to take place on July 11th. Maybe you’ll be one of the lucky winners!

IF I WIN, CAN I SHARE MY CARD?

Library Gold Card holders will be entered into our system, so the benefits will not be transferable between patrons. That means, whoever owns the card will be the only person to reap the rewards.

No need to worry about forgetting to bring your Gold Card, either. Once you are in our system, it will automatically be activated.

WHY IS THIS JUST FOR SUMMER? SHOULDN’T A GOLD CARD BE GOOD FOREVER?

We’re going “WILD” this summer, so this is a special program just for July and August. Once Summer Reading is finished, the Gold Cards will revert back to regular library cards.  But don’t worry, you’re all special to us every day of the year!

 

 

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