Teens may ‘Own the Night’ at Greenwich Library

Greenwich Library is urging town teens to embrace the night-life with activities, books and materials for the 2012 Teen Summer Reading theme “Own the Night.”

The goal of the program is to encourage all participants to continue to read over the summer and at the same time have fun doing so. Own the Night is open to Greenwich students entering grades sixth-12. This year the program is available online at Greenwichlibrary.org/teens. Register with your library card and participate from July 1 through Aug. 11. Teens will log their reading throughout the summer, whether they’re reading books, magazines, graphic novels, audiobooks or eBooks.

For each 1,000 pages logged, up to 3,000 pages, teens will receive a goal prize, plus a chance to win an iPad 3.

To earn extra chances, participating teens can submit reviews online or attend an Own the Night program at Greenwich Library.

Random weekly drawings will be pulled from reviews submitted that week.

For more information or to register, visit Greenwichlibrary.org/teens or contact Teen Services Librarian Margaret Walsh at 203-622-7915 or [email protected] A full schedule of events is available online and in the Greenwich-post.com calendar.

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