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Summer reading program begins

 

New bench and table outside the library entrance Thanks to the Blanche Bradley Memorial Library Foundation, there is now a weatherproof bench and table next to the library entrance. People who want to use the library's 24/7 wi-fi, have a comfortable place to sit with their devices. Librarian Carol Blix reminds patrons that mobile hotspots and laptop computers are available for patrons in good standing to check out for a three-week period. The library also offers two Washington Discover Passes for checkout that can be used at state parks and recreation areas. Photo courtesy of Carol Blix.

Registration for the Cathlamet Public Library's Summer Reading program, "Oceans of Possibilities," begins June 19. The program, for readers of all ages, is co-sponsored by the Blanche Bradley Memorial Library Foundation. The library challenges readers to set personal or family daily reading goals and log titles of books they have read. Readers who log titles of books they have finished between June 19 and July 3, 2022 can earn prizes along the way.

Besides the online reading challenge, the library will host events Wednesdays, June 22 through August 3 from 1-2 p.m., for children ages 5-15 and their families at Erickson Park on Columbia Street. Activities at the events include outdoor story times, make-and-take ocean-related crafts, games, and a final awards party with snacks, certificates and more prizes August 3 from 1-2:30 p.m.

People can register on the Beanstack mobile app or at cathlamet.beanstack.org, or get registration paperwork at the library.

For details on the free events, call the library at 360-795-3254 during open hours Tuesdays through Saturdays, 2-5 p.m., or visit the library's website at http://www.cathlamet.lib.wa.us.

 

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