Annual winter reading program set for Loutit District Library | Arts & Culture
GRAND HAVEN -- Loutit District Library will host the 21st annual Cabin Fever Reliever, a winter reading program for adults, beginning January 1 and running through March 31, 2013.
“Many library patrons look forward to the beginning of this annual book club as a way of getting through those doldrums that can result from cold and gloomy winter weather,” said Library Director John Martin.
Adult readers can register and pick up a reading log at the library’s checkout desk during normal business hours. Those who read or listen to ten books during this time will receive, while supplies last, this year’s gift, a 16 oz. stainless leatherette tumbler. The gifts are provided by the Friends of Loutit District Library.
Participants may choose their selections from among the library’s collection or request books from other libraries. However, to qualify for the program, the books must be checked out at Loutit District Library. eBooks and eAudiobooks must be downloaded from Overdrive.
For further information, contact Loutit District Library at 616-842-5560, ext. 214 or visit the library online at www.loutitlibrary.org.
Loutit District Library is located at 407 Columbus Avenue in Grand Haven, Michigan. The library serves 35,510 residents of the City of Grand Haven, the City of Ferrysburg, Grand Haven Charter Township, Robinson Township and that part of Port Sheldon Township in the Grand Haven Area Public School District.
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