Greenville Public Library Family Reading Night

This year’s Greenville Public Library Family Reading Night will be different this year due to COVID-19. There will not be a gathering at the library for the November 19 event.

Library Director Jo Keillor said November 19 is the Illinois State Library’s annual family reading night, with a theme of “Dig Deeper; Read, Investigate, Discover”. Families are encouraged to read a book together. Afterwards, you can turn in a form by Friday, November 20, and five participating families will be selected randomly to receive a gift. One entry per family.

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You’ll find the form below and it can also be downloaded on the City of Greenville website.

For more information, call the Greenville Public Library at 664-3115.

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