Adult summer reading programs begin in Algoma

Summer reading programs are not just for kids in Algoma. The Algoma Public Library is starting two adult summer reading programs on June 10th. Katie Haasch, the Adult Services Librarian at the Algoma Public Library, says it's important for adults, especially parents, to read on their own. Haasch added it's a great way to have some relaxing time over the summer.



One program is called “Read 2 Get 1 Free” where you can read two books and get a book from the Algoma Library Friends Bookstore for free. The other is the “Summer Challenge” where the goal is to read 15 books through August 31st. You will be entered for a chance to win prizes if you are able to do so.

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