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2017 Adult Summer Reading Challenge

Are you ready to take the challenge and build a better world? This summer, adults can participate in the Summer Reading Program in more ways than ever before. Plus, you can win great prizes. Use the hashtag #SRLReads17 on Social Media to participate and connect with other patrons, too.
Stop by your local branch and pick up a challenge form to participate. The form lists multiple reading challenges such as reading a book of poetry or reading a book that takes place in Missouri. This year, we have added new challenges such as attending programs, writing book reviews, and even posting a photo of yourself reading! Check off the challenges as you complete them, and write down the name of the book, magazine, or event in the space provided.

Once you complete 3 challenges, bring the form back to your local branch. You’ll receive a coloring journal. You’ll also be entered into an end-of-summer drawing for prizes including a Kindle Fire, local restaurant gift cards and Amazon gift cards.

For each additional challenge you complete, you will earn an additional entry into the end-of-summer drawing. For help on finding your next challenge, check out our resources below:

exercisespot6_isolated copyReading Lists
Remember, if you can’t find these titles at your Scenic Regional Library branch, you can request it from another branch or another library using our catalog.

2017 Adult Summer Reading Challenge–Books that have been Challenged or Banned
2017 Adult Summer Reading Challenge–Build a Better World
2017 Adult Summer Reading Challenge–Books that Challenge the Status Quo
Books in Translation (translated to or from English)

Build a Better World Programs
You can register for any of these programs online, or by calling the branch. To see programs for the whole family, check out our full summer schedule here.

Hermann Branch (573-486-2024)
June 15, 6-8 PM, Essential Oils for Pets

New Haven Branch (573-237-2189)
July 15, 9 AM-3 PM, Alzheimer’s Care Consultation Day (event will be held at old New Haven school)

Owensville Branch (573-437-2188)
June 15, 6:30 PM, Midnight at Noon-The Great American Solar Eclipse
June 20, 2 PM, Basic Internet Skills
June 22, 6:30 PM, Unsolved Mysteries
July 20, 6:30 PM, An Evening with a Medium

Pacific Branch (636-257-2712)
June 10, 1 PM, Solar Gazing
June 13, 6 PM, Jewelry Making & Social (limit 20)
June 15, 6 PM, Evening with a Medium (event will be held at the Senior Center)
June 19, 6 PM, Gateway Harmonica Club (event will be held at the Senior Center)

St. Clair Branch (636-629-2546)
June 10, 1 PM, Global Potluck: Spices from Around the World
June 20, 6:30 PM, Armchair Traveler (Part II), Central America
July 6, 6 PM, History of the American Flag
July 8, 2 PM, Little Dress for Africa Project

Sullivan Branch (573-468-4372)
June 10, 10 AM, HALO Adoption Day
June 20, 6 PM, Pebbles, Paint & Twigs
June 27, 6 PM, Movies, Music & More

Union Branch (636-583-3224)
June 13, 6 PM, Adeline with Master Storyteller, Gladys Caines-Coggswell

Warren County Branch (636-456-3321)
June 13, 6 PM, 80’s Trivia Night (limit 40)
June 20, 6 PM, Animal Welfare Association of Warren County Adoption Event
June 27, 6 PM, The Kim & Kathy Variety Hour, Part 2 (limit 40)
July 11, 6 PM, Long Row Lavender Farm (offsite program, limit 30)
July 18, 5 PM & 6:30 PM, Zombie Self Defense (offsite program, limit 50 per session, limit 1 round per person)
July 25, 5:30 PM, An Evening in Georgia