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Summer Reading Program 2020

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Summer Reading 2020

Summer Reading kicks off June 22 and runs through July 31, 2020.  Summer Reading is a fun program designed to engage all age groups in exploring new ideas, books and activities.  The program is free and there are no fees for any of the events or activities.  As you read books and engage in the activities, you are eligible to win badges and prizes.   


Summer Reading may not look the same for 2020, but COVID-19 can't stop us from having some fun!  As of now, our doors are still closed, though we are still offering curbside/drive-thru pickup service.  In light of this, we are moving a large portion of Summer Reading online.  We will be offering contactless activity bags for take-home fun, on-your-own scavenger hunts around your town and county, fun games outdoors, and of course prizes for accomplishing reading goals! 

Our reading goals look fairly similar but instead of tracking your time on a printed record and collecting paper drawing tickets, you can do it online on your phone or computer.  The best way to track your progress is through the Beanstack app or web site.  Beginning June 22, 2020, you can start recording your reading time and participate in the activities, located exclusively in Beanstack. 

Auglaize County Libraries Introduces AUTOMATIC RENEWALS to Enhance Customer Service

 

MORE TIME TO ENJOY, LESS LIKELY TO BE OVERDUE

Auglaize County Libraries is unveiling a new feature that makes manually renewing books, CDs, DVDs, Games, Cake Pans, and more, a thing of the past. To make it easier for Library customers to keep track of when their items are due, we’re offering a convenient, new service that automatically renews your checkouts! As of September 1st, 2019, any non-digital items checked out at an Auglaize County Public District Library System location (Wapakoneta, Cridersville, Minster, New Bremen, New Knoxville, and Waynesfield) will be renewed automatically at the end of its lending period. Here’s how it works: Library items may be eligible for a courtesy extension (renewal) near the end of their first loan period. Eligible items will be automatically renewed. It also means you won’t have overdue fines when you forget or don’t have time to renew the items yourself. Please note: items will not be automatically renewed in a number of special circumstances, including the following:

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