Adams Memorial Library 2013 Summer Reading Program

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2013 Adult Summer Reading

"Dig It"

June 3 - August 10

Be transported back to the 1960's all summer long! Each week features a different quiz and a different prize. Start quiz one beginning June 3rd! If you have misplaced your quiz, click on the week you need and get a new one. If you haven't registered with us, please stop in and do so. We like to know how many people are currently participating!

Grand Prize - 7 " Kindle Fire HD (16gb with NO ads)

Week Six will be held online. If you can't access the quiz, or don't want to to take it online, we have an alternate one in house.


  • There are NO hours to count this year.
  • There are NO boards to work from like previous years.
  • Each week features a different quiz, there are 9 total and are numbered accordingly.
  • Each week patrons can start the quiz and finish
    before week end (Saturday @ 1:00.)
  • You will get a WEEKLY prize raffle for correctly finishing 50% or more of the quiz.
  • You also get a GRAND PRIZE raffle when you check out materials.
  • Deadline for weekly entries is Saturday @1:00.
  • Drawings will be held Monday morning before we open.
  • Late entries will not be eligible for the weekly prize, but will still be entered into the grand prize drawing.
  • All non-winners of the weekly drawing will automatically be entered into the GRAND PRIZE raffle.

Don't miss this groovy opportunity! Sign up anytime after June 3!

Summer Reading Statistics
Updated LIVE!

Number of Participants:
Read-to-Me: 348
Summer Reading Club: 826
Teen Readers: 154
Adult Readers: 328
Grand Total: 1,656

Progress Report:
317,610 minutes
Summer Reading Club:
1,157,580 minutes
Teen Readers:
378,300 minutes
Adult Readers:
0 minutes
Grand Total:
1,853,490 minutes

Quick Links:

Read To Me

Summer Reading Club

Teen Summer Reading Program

Adult Reading Program

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