Dig Into Reading Program
The Dig into Reading Program saw a record number of children who enjoyed reading or listening to books during the summer. Over 4200 children read a total of 66,740 books. Programs ranging from Worms and Composting to Mud Pie Creations to Earth Art and Drumming were enjoyed by 2084 children.
The “Dig Into Reading!” program was sponsored by HomeTown Buffet, Kid Time! Discovery Experience, Friends of the Library groups throughout Jackson County, and a bequest from the Kenneth A. and Lucille D. Hulburt Family Trust.
Beneath the Surface Teen Program
During the Beneath the Surface Teen Reading Program, 628 teens reviewed over 2500 books, graphic novels, and library programs. Over 850 teens participated in 66 programs ranging from wearable art to Wii games to movies.
The Teen Summer Reading Program was sponsored by a bequest from the Kenneth A. and Lucille D. Hulburt Family Trust and Friends of the Library groups throughout Jackson County.
Adult Summer Reading by Amy Blossom
Wow, what a summer of readers in the Rogue Valley! 354 participants filled out 770 forms which means 3080 books were read by Adult Summer Reading patrons. And this year's winner for the $50 gift certificate was an excited reader in Medford. Central Point, once again had the most participants with 86, and Medford had the most change, last year having 29 and this summer, 68!
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