DOVER - The Dover Public Library officials are inviting area students entering grades 6-12 to stop by over the summer for a special reading program and Teen Tuesday activities.
Teens Tuesdays kicked off June 11th and continue through August 6th with a variety of teen-oriented activities. Upcoming Teen Tuesday events include:
All Teen Tuesdays activities begin at 2pm and free to attend with no registration required.
Students can also take part in Readstock, the library's Teen Summer Reading Program inspired by the 50th anniversaries of the Moon Landing and Woodstock. Teens are challenged to read for four hours a week, earning tickets for each hour that they complete. Tickets may be entered to win prizes including a Kindle Fire, an instant camera, a graphic design tablet, a VR headset, and a 3D printing pen. Each prize package also contains a variety of surprises, including books, collectibles, and toys. All teens who turn in their completed reading trackers by August 16th will receive a free book.
Teen Tuesdays and the Readstock Teen Summer Reading Challenge are funded in part by a 21st Century Afterschool Learning Grant with Dover High School.
For more information, call 330-343-6123 or visit www.doverlibrary.org. The Dover Public Library is located at 525 N. Walnut St., across the street from Dover High School.
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