Dog Days of Summer Reading Are Coming to Douglas County Library

D Libraries is kicking off another exciting summer of fun with its Summer Reading celebration

The Dog Days of Summer, sponsored by Douglas County Libraries Foundation  is now open at DCL.org/summer-reading, with the official kickoff on Saturday, June 3. “We hope the community will sign up and join us in having fun with reading all summer long,” said Kristen Kallio, Special Events Supervisor at DCL. “We’ve also got a great lineup of dog-themed events all summer, fun prizes, 15 days of giveaways just for signing up, our K-12 school contest, and so much more!”

K-12 students are encouraged to participate in the friendly annual school contest for the most sign-ups and help their school earn $500, and all Dog Days of Summer participants can read and log minutes to help meet DCL’s community goal of 9 million minutes of reading. If the goal is met, Douglas County Libraries Foundation will donate $1,000 to Guide Dogs for the Blind, which seeks to provide a safe means of mobility for people who are blind and visually impaired.

Register for the Dog Days of Summer and related events at DCL.org/summer-reading. For more information, visit DCL.org or call (303) 791-7323.

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