Adult Summer Reading Challenge going strong

Lego blocks with the words Build A Better WorldOver 100 people have signed up for the “Build A Better World” adult summer reading challenge at the Arlington libraries. If you’re one of them, well done! If you’re not, don’t worry, there’s still time!

Sign up online or in person at the library to collect your bingo sheet and start checking off boxes. You earn a raffle ticket for each box you complete; some examples are “recycle” (simple! you’re probably already doing this at home), “read a dystopian book,” “watch a TED Talk,” and “Check out a Thing from the Library of Things.” Some boxes, like “listen to an audiobook,” “read a book set in another country,” or “watch a documentary,” you can do more than once; these say “1 each.”

Collect your raffle tickets at the reference desk, write your name on the back, and drop them in the prize boxes on the display table. The “Build A Better World” challenge continues through Labor Day weekend, so there’s still more than a month to go. Sign up now if you haven’t already!

Learn more on our Summer Reading page.

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