Summer Reading @ The Library: The Old Bridge Public Library will offer a wide range of activities for all ages as part of the 2010 Summer Reading Club. This summer’s theme is related to water, perfect for a community close to the shore. The Children’s Department’s theme will be “Make a Splash at Your Library” while the teens “Make Waves at the Library” and adults are encouraged to “Water Your Mind at the Library.” By registering for the Summer Reading Club, you will be eligible for fabulous prizes! Read a book, watch a movie or attend one of the Library’s many programs and then write a review of it. Tell us what you liked (or what you didn’t) and your review will be posted on the Library’s Summer Reading blog and you’ll be entered to win a weekly prize. All entries will also go into a pool for the grand prize. Keep those reviews coming—the more you turn in, the more chances you have to win! The festivities will commence on Saturday, June 26 with the Summer Reading kickoff Luau featuring a live concert for all ages from the pop music band The Wag and a fun craft project for kids. Adults and teens will be able to register for the Summer Reading program on the Library’s web site or in person. Parents can register children in person at the Library. Arrrgh, matey! We will wrap up the summer with a special Library wide Pirate Spectacular in late August don’t miss it! Thank you to the Friends of the Old Bridge Library and local businesses for their support of our Summer Reading programming.
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