Cozy up to Winter Read at the Lisle Library District

  • Adults and teens can win an Lisle Library District winter hat and kids can win a board game by completing the Winter Read challenge.

    Adults and teens can win an Lisle Library District winter hat and kids can win a board game by completing the Winter Read challenge.

 
 
Updated 11/28/2022 1:34 PM

The Lisle Library District is offering Winter Read for all ages from Thursday, Dec. 1 to Saturday, Jan. 7.

Kids who read 160 minutes (or 15 minutes a day) will earn a board game, and adults and teens who read and log two books will win an winter hat. Both are offered while supplies last.

 

"Reading while the snow falls makes life a little cozier. Earning badges and logging books during LLD's Winter Read makes winter a lot more fun!," said library director Tatiana Weinstein.

Programs throughout December embrace the cozy winter theme.

"Brew Better at Home" explores coffee brewing techniques at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

Shauna Sever, cookbook author and TV and radio personality, joins local libraries virtually to share tips and recipes to make the holidays special at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9.

Later in the month, film historian Dr. Annette Bochenek will present "Classic Christmas TV Shows" at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 16.

Teens can pick up a craft kit at the library, 777 Front St., to make a snowflake trinket dish and watch the virtual tutorial at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 9.

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Both adults and teens will enjoy December's take and make kits: a snowy pine cone evergreen craft the week of Dec. 5 and a shadow box snow globe the week of Dec. 19.

All of these online programs require registration at lislelibrary.org.

Sign up for Winter Read at lislelibrary.beanstack.org or download the Beanstack Tracker app.

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