DARIEN, Conn. -- Summer reading isn't just for kids at the Darien Library, which will kick of its adult summer reading program with an event at 11 a.m., Wednesday.
Library staff will discuss the latest books, apps, articles, movies and games and invite adults to share the titles they are reading or are most excited to read this summer.
The theme of the 8th annual Adult Summer Reading program is "Find Your Happy Place." Adults are invited to enjoy a series of workshops, concerts, author events and films designed to help your spirit soar.
The library will hold weekly prize drawings featuring tote bags filled with new and yet-to-be-published books. Adults also have a chance to win a new iPad in the grand prize drawing.
There is no need to register for the Adult Summer Reading Program. To enter the weekly and grand prize drawings, read and write a review of any book, audio book or eBook. To submit reviews, visit Darien Library’s Welcome Desk to pick up and fill out a review/prize entry card.
You can also write your review online at darienlibrary.org . If you review your books online, you still need to fill out a prize entry card at the library to enter the drawings.
Adults can also stop by the Welcome Desk to find new staff-curated reading lists designed to highlight a specific reading experience. If you read through an entire list, you will receive five additional prize entries.
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