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Door County Library begins summer reading program

Just because the school year in the local area is nearing a close, it does not mean the books you are currently reading need to be closed. Thanks in part to the summer reading program held by the Door County Library, those hours of reading can be tallied up to a reward. 


The Door County Library is kicking off its summer reading program titled "All Together Now" at the beginning of June, and it runs all the way through the end of August. The library is hoping to bring together a sense of community with this year's theme. Any age can register and take part in summer reading through the library, but they will have to register in an age group while they track their hours of reading. Door County Library’s Youth Services Librarian Beth Lokken talks about the program that runs through the summer and why she believes it is important. 


Registering for the program is simple, as you can choose to register at the library with the forms Lokken mentioned, or on the Beanstack app. The library will also be hosting events that you can find on their website, which also holds the app to track your hours. The Door County Library hopes that reading, learning and a sense of community will be kept through the summer months with this program.


The tutorial for how to use the Beanstack app from the Door County Library is below. 


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