Handing out prizes for days…
Whether you want to collect your prizes from the Jeopardy Summer Reading Program or just want to eat, drink, and be merry before school starts, this is one party you won’t want to miss.
The festivities will take place on Monday, August 19th, at 7:00 PM in the Outdoor Amphitheater behind the Library. Those who are brave enough to rock a “literary” inspired costume (character, author, Hippogriff, etc.) will have the chance to win prizes for his/her creativity. If no one comes in costume, Sally (Katie’s Chihuahua) will take home all the prizes for her outstanding Dobby outfit.
Please register (and include any friends you are bringing) so we can feed everyone plenty of goodness.
Send off the summer in style with a party in the outdoor amphitheater. Enter the costume contest by dressing as your favorite literary character (hint, Dobby will be there) or just show up to enjoy the fun. Food and drinks will be served and the Summer Reading Program prizes will be announced. Check back to register.
All events are open to high school students only
Alphabet Soup: LGBTQ
Back to the Future (or other Times, Planets and Dimensions): Science Fiction
Bon Appetit: Food
Brains for Dinner!: Zombies
A Dish Best Served Cold: Revenge
Drop a Beat: Music
The FUN (or lack thereof) in Dysfunctional: Dysfunctional Families
Funny Ha-ha: Humor
Growing Pains: Teenage Angst
Hey, What Happened? Unusual Activity & Magical Realism
I Do NOT Want to Go To There: Dystopia
Just Say No: Substance Abuse
Law and Order: Running from (or to) the Law
Learn Things: Non-fiction
Let’s Get Physical: Athletics
Life Before Indoor Plumbing: Historical Fiction
Not All Who Wander Are Lost (but Some Are): Travel/Adventure/Outdoors
Not Just for School: Classics
Oh Brother (or Sister): Siblings
On the Fringe: Outsiders
On the Silver Screen: Books Made into Movies
P.S. I Love You: Romance
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Graphic Novels
Rebels with Causes: Seeking Justice
Sally and Other Animals are Cute (Most of the Time) Human-Animal Relationships
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Letters, Diaries, emails, etc.
True Story: Biographies/Memoir
An Unexpected Education: Boarding Schools
The Write Way: Creative Writing
Who Done It?: Mystery
Yer a Wizard, ‘Arry: Fantasy