Summer Reading Challenge June 1 through July 31, 2019
Get ready to discover a universe of stories during our summer reading challenge! Kids, teens and adults can participate in our challenge commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1969 moon landing. The goal is to read more books (or hours) as a group and individually than last summer.
|Challenge||Youth (Birth-11)||Teen (Ages 12-17)||Adult (Ages 18 & up)|
|Group||4,500 hours||300 books||700 books|
|Individual||6 hours||5 books||5 books|
Read (or listen to) fiction or nonfiction in paperback, hardcover, audiobook or downloadables from OverDrive or Hoopla. Use your WPLD card and make selections from these apps for FREE. You can also check out one of our Kindles pre-loaded with a variety of titles to get you started on your summer of discovery!
We’ll track your books or hours read with reading logs. Receive a free gift when you turn in your first completed log. Pick up your reading logs in the Library or download and print at home:
Adult | Teen | Youth | Youth Spanish.
For details on our Summer Reading Challenge, see our quarterly newsletter Reading Matters or ask at our Adult Services or Youth Services Desk.
Win a $25 Target Gift Card This Summer
Register for a WPLD card this summer and be automatically entered into a monthly drawing to win a $25 Target gift card. Your Warrenville Library membership gives you access to thousands of book and music titles, DVDs, online databases, technology and other Library amenities.
One new WPLD member will be selected to win the $25 Target gift card in June, July and August. For more information about registering for a WPLD card, visit or call our Member Services Desk at 630/393-1171 x100.
New WPLD cardholders can participate in our summer reading challenge and become eligible for an additional gift card prize drawing. For details, see our quarterly newsletter Reading Matters.
Summer Concerts Begin June 5
Concerts on the Commons kicks off on Wednesday, June 5 and continues through August 28. Outdoor performances begin at 7 pm and last approximately 90 minutes. Gather up your family and friends and bring your chairs and blankets to Bob Walters Commons (located between the Library and City Hall). Picnics are welcome, but alcohol is not permitted. Download the 2019 schedule.