Final Week of Summer Reading

Courtney Flesch

By: Courtney Flesch on August 1, 2015 Print This Post

     Summer Reading at Kirkwood Public Library goes through August 8th, so there is still time to sign up, log books, and pick up prizes. You can log everything you have read back through May 16th. Did you go on a road trip and listen to an audiobook as a whole family? Don’t forget to also sign up for the Family Reading Program for all the reading done between at least two family members for a chance at a family basket.  Adults receive raffles tickets for a chance at a Movie, BBQ, Cardinal’s, or Gardening Basket. Cool prizes for kids include free books, coupons to a variety of local stops including McArthur’s, Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate, Great Harvest, Penn Station, Strange Donuts, and if you read 50 hours your name in the Webster-Kirkwood Times. Teen summer readers are invited to a lock-in at the library for completing 30 hours of reading. No matter your age Kirkwood Public Library has you covered. All prizes must be claimed by Saturday August 8th at 5pm. Summer Reading participants are invited to complete a survey here to give feedback on the programs.


Courtney Flesch is the Director of Customer Service and is currently reading Unlikely Warrior: a Jewish Soldier in Hitler’s Army by George Rauch.  Visit your Kirkwood Public Library at 140 E. Jefferson Avenue, or call us at 821-5770.  Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.



Courtney Flesch

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