Summer Challenge

2018 Summer Challenge: Swimming in Books

Congratulations to Abby Lisafeld, this year’s Summer Reading Challenge Theme Contest Winner! 

Youth & Teen Summer Reading Challenge

WE’D LOVE TO SEE YOU EVERY WEEK!
READ for 2 HOURS EACH WEEK from June 4th- July 27th. Keep track of your hours using the reading clocks, & complete the bingo sheet on the back. Submit a completed log by every SUNDAY to win prizes & enter the weekly raffle!

WEEKLY READING LOG: Treasure Chest Prize, Local Business Coupon, Participation Certificate, and 2 Raffle Tickets (good towards a weekly prize or a grand prize)

WEEKLY RAFFLE PRIZES:
Winners for each week will be announced the following Monday:
Week 1, June 4-10: $25 to Chili’s (4) OR Thomas Night Light
Week 2, June 11-17: 5 Sycamore Pool passes OR 5 Splash Fountain passes
Week 3, June 18-24: $25 to Tom and Jerry’s OR Lego Set
Week 4, June 24– July 1: Sycamore Speedway Family pass OR DIY Messenger Bag
Week 5, July 2-8: $10 to Dairy Ripple (3) OR $25 to Four Seasons Bowling
Week 6, July 9-15: $25 to Starbucks OR Fuzzy Puppy Stuffed Animal
Week 7, July 16-22: 4-Pack to Sycamore Family Sports Center (2) OR Nano Drone
Week 8, July 23-26: GRAND PRIZE Entry only

GRAND PRIZES:
1. Magic Waters- 2 passes
2. Medieval Times- 2 passes
3. Shedd Aquarium- 6 passes
4. Enchanted Castle Family Fun Blasts (3 winners)
5. Razor Motorized Scooter
6. PS 4

Winners will be announced at our End of Summer Reading Party on July 27th at 6 pm or will be called the following Monday if they are not in attendance. 

Click and print your Youth Reading Log…

Adult Summer Reading Challenge

WE’D LOVE TO SEE YOU EVERY WEEK!
Keep track of your hours using the Adult Reading Log from June 4th- July 27th. Every 2 hours completed is an entry into a grand prize. Adult Summer Reading Challenge Guidelines:
 Each two hours read equals an entry into a grand prize of their choosing. Patrons may read whatever they wish.
 Patrons may submit as many reading logs as they’d like.
 The initial 2 hour entry turned in gets a patron a free hardcover book of their choosing to take home. We will be using the honor system.
 Any adult program attended during SRC gives patrons another entry into a grand prize. We will be using the honor system.

ADULT GRAND PRIZES
1. Arcada Theatre Basket – 2 tickets to Tusk-tribute concert to Fleetwood Mac on Friday, September 21st, 2018 at 8 pm.
2. Griller’s Delight Basket – $25 gift card to The Country Store, set of 4 etched whiskey glasses, cedar grilling plank, & BBQ coffee rub.
3. Reader’s Dream Basket – A Sycamore Public Library bag stuffed with Advanced Reader Copies, a book weight, a literary candle & reading socks

Winners will be announced at our End of Summer Reading Party on July 27th at 6 pm or will be called the following Monday if they are not in attendance. 

We ❤️ Our 2018 Summer Challenge Sponsors! Thank you to these great local businesses & organizations for providing rewards for our readers:

Applebee’s · Brookfield Zoo · Buffalo Wild Wings · Chili’s · Chipotle · Country Store & Catering · Culver’s · Dairy Ripple · Discovery Center Museum · DuPage Children’s Museum · Enchanted Castle · Funway · Game Stop · Illinois Railway Museum · Italian Dreams · Kane County Cougars · Kishwaukee Family YMCA · Kuipers Family Farm · LEGOLAND Discovery Center · Magic Waters · McDonald’s · Medieval Times · Midwest Museum of Natural History · Panda Express · Panera · Pizza Hut · Portillo’s · Resource Bank  Rockford Ice Hogs · Shedd Aquarium · Sycamore Family Sports Center · Sycamore Park District  Sycamore Speedway · Sycamore State Theatre · Taco Bell · Texas Roadhouse · Tom & Jerry’s · Tropical Snow

End of Summer Reading Party
·  Friday, July 27 · 6:00 PM

Come celebrate the end of our Summer Reading Challenge! This can’t-miss-event is the perfect reward for all your hard work. Enjoy a musical concert by the truly talented Truman’s Ridge, games, snacks, & more.

Thank you to our friends at Country Store & Catering, Culver’s of Sycamore, & Texas Roadhouse for helping make this event possible! Concert made possible by a grant from the Mary E. Stevens Concert & Lecture Fund.