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Events & Programming

About Winter Reading 2021

We are excited to roll out our first Winter Reading Program! We are also happy to be growing our reading programs in several ways. We are opening up our reading programs to adults for the first time. We are looking forward to bringing together readers of all ages to participate in reading challenges, help reach our reading goals, and carry out fun activities! Winter Reading isn't just about reading; our challenges will also include various activities such as crafts, utilizing our Library of Things, watching fun movies and using our online resources. Our goal with Winter Reading to help our community have some fun this winter, feel engaged, and maybe find some new collections in the library! 

Winter Reading will begin January 4 and run through February 28. Raffle drawings will occur on March 1.

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Participate

You have two options to participate: 

1). For online tracking we will be using Beanstack. Go to lakecountypubliclibraryco.beanstack.org to register. You can either use the online version or download their free app. We are happy to help you get signed up and learn to navigate Beanstack! 

2). You can also use good ol' fashioned paper as well if you prefer. Pick up a paper reading log in the library or download and print:

**You must be a Lake County, Colorado resident to participate.

Raffle Information

We are proud to be supporting our local businesses during our Winter Reading Program. [Raffle requirements]. Raffle winner will have the choice to pick from the following prizes:

  • Gift cards from Leadville Outdoors, Treeline, and D’Love Ice Cream and Coffee

  • Books!

  • Craft kits from Fire on the Mountain

Raffle Tickets: You will receive 1 Raffle Ticket for every activity you complete and for every hour you log (maximum of 10 hours).

Questions & Support

If you have any questions about our Winter Reading Program or need help navigating Beanstack, please contact Sadie Rehm sadie@lakecountypubliclibrary.org Click here for a quick guide to using Beanstack.