NOLS opens invitation to Summer Reading Challenge

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The North Olympic Library System is hosting its annual Summer Reading Challenge starting this week, part of the 2021 Summer Reading Program: Reading Colors Your World.

Sign up at nols.org/srp on Monday, set a daily reading goal and track one’s reading through Aug. 20.

Read for 30 days and earn a color-by-number Summer Reading Challenge T-shirt.

Participants can receive an entry into the grand prize drawing (up to two entries) for every 30 days. Each drawing winner will be able to select either a $100 gift card to a local book store or restaurant, or a LEGO set (up to $100 in value).

Summer Reading Program grand prizes, T-shirts, books and events are supported by Friends of the Library groups at all four NOLS branches.

For more information about the Summer Reading Program, visit nols.org/srp, call 360-417-8500 or email to discover@nols.org.

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