New Program for Teens at the Library

Updated: Mar 9, 2020


Joy Trotter,

Meade County Public Library

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 March 4th marked the launch of a new program for teens (ages 13-17) at Meade County Public Library. The Book Boxes program is designed to foster or rekindle a love of reading, help teens build their personal libraries, and expand their literary interests. The first box included a book, a journal, and a special treat. The program will meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. Julie Barksdale (teen/adult programmer) will facilitate a book discussion, the library will provide pizza, and participants will be given the book for the next month. Patrons are able to join at any time, and this program provided at no cost to the participants. Interested patrons may seek more information by calling the library at (270)422-2094, visiting the website at www.meadereads.org, or following the library’s social media pages (Facebook and Instagram). Book Boxes promises to be a great program that you don’t want to miss!


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