Stay cool and tune into virtual summer reading programs


We are more than half way through 2020 and a good part of the way through the summer. As some activities and businesses slowly open up, remember that you can continue to connect virtually with the librarians at Princeton Public Library through upcoming adult summer reading programming. If you haven’t yet participated in any of the Summer Reading programs for adults, you have a few great opportunities coming up, whether you’re interested in reading, crafting, cooking, or all of these things!

July 23: Fiction to Film

In this crazy heat and humidity, get comfy at home and watch “Murder on the Orient Express” before tuning in to this July 23 event to discuss it. Pre-registration needed to receive the link to join.

July 30: Recreate a Book Cover: “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”

If you need a reason to activate your creative side, join with librarians and others at this event to recreate a book cover with your own creative twist. Pre-registration needed to receive the link to join.

August 5: Brown Bag Brunch

Have you perfected a banana bread recipe while under stay-at-home orders, or maybe want to try cooking something totally new, or hear about what other people have been cooking? Choose a recipe and register for the event to share your experience. Non-cooking participants are welcome, too! Pre-registration needed to receive the link to join.

August 6: Summer Scares: Campfire Stories

Miss camping? Make some s’mores at home and tune into this program for some spooky storytelling. Pre-registration needed to receive the link to join.

August 9: Fiction Summer Shorts

Join this program to discuss a short story with the group. Pre-registration needed to receive the link to join.

In between the events, remember to keep working through the Summer Reading Challenges on Beanstack. To help you find your next reading selection, be sure to check out the interactive “Choose Your Next Chapter” book quiz!

 

Photo by Nathan Lindahl on Unsplash

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