Get ready to whip your mind into shape with Loudoun County Public Library's 2016 Summer Reading Program.
From June 15 to Aug. 28, we're encouraging you to ramp up your reading, discover more of the library's resources, and enjoy the wide variety of special programs available to patrons of all ages. You can get in the game by picking up one of our challenge cards. When you complete all the tasks and turn it into your local branch, you'll be entered into a drawing for a free Kindle! They'll be four winners at every branch.
So have fun and get ready to exercise your mind.
Here's a peek at a few of the fantastic programs coming this summer, many of which are made possible by the Loudoun Library Foundation. (Click on each event for times and locations)
For children (please note space is limited; check your local branch to see if tickets are required):
Lights, Camera, Action! Teen Film Competition: June 15 – July 31
Create an original short film that will be shown to a live audience, with prizes awarded to the top three films
and an AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD!
Submission guidelines: library.loudoun.gov/teenfilm
7th Annual MiniCon: Rust Library, Saturday, July 16
A day-long celebration of anime and manga. Join the fun with costume, art and skit contests; comic workshop and trivia.
Need a read? Our librarians' list of over 100 recommendations for teens.
Loudoun Library Foundation's 27th Annual Giant Used Book Sale: Smart's Mill Middle School, June 24-26
Exercise your mind this summer by enjoying Loudoun County’s fantastic public parks.
Check out http://tinyurl.com/LoudounOutdoors for more information..