Labor Day traditionally signals the end of summer (learn more about the holiday by clicking the link or checking out one of our books on the history of the day). We won’t have reading prizes until winter again, but don’t worry, we have plenty of book recommendations to keep your mind sharp! Why not try one of these suggestions collected by TED, from people like Rashida Jones and Bill Gates. You can also check out the list they compiled last year. They say they’re for summer reading, but we think they’re for all year. And if you read Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, and want more check out this list.
We hope you have a safe and happy Labor Day weekend and can’t wait to see you when we reopen Tuesday, September 2!
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Sadly, summer is coming to the end. August 30 is the end of young adult summer reading! Don’t forget to log your books so you can collect your prizes and raffle tickets and be entered in the Grand Prize Drawing. August 30 is also the LAST DAY to collect prizes (and log reading) so come in soon!
If you’re in the children’s summer reading program, don’t forget to come in and collect your prizes! You can no longer log your books, but hurry in to get your prizes and something new to read.
All too soon the summer is drawing to a close. Sadly, that means the FTPL Summer Concert series is coming to an end, but there are still two great bands you can come see!
This week it’s Taikoza on Wednesday, August 13 at 7 pm. Can’t make it? Come to our last concert of the summer, The Kootz on August 20, 7pm.
Check out the bands and register now through our summer page or adult calendar! End summer right with our concert series.
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Perfectly in theme with this summer’s reading program theme is: Sci Fi Books that Predicted the Future!
Check out these 24 great titles and read a couple before Summer Reading ends. Don’t forget to log your reading and turn in your raffle tickets so you can be entered into our prize drawings!