Summer Reading is Underway!

Reading logs for kids, teens, and adults are available at the library, at Bookmobile stops, or can be printed from bit.ly/bplsrp2024. Prize information is also available at that same link. View our summer programs at bit.ly/bplsummerprograms. Library programs are always free!

Drive Up Window & Permanent Book Drop are now open!

Though façade work will not be completed until July, the new drive up and the permanent book drop are now open!
Those wanting to pick up hold items at the Drive-Up need to select ”Drive-Up” as the pickup library when placing the hold.
Items placed on hold for pickup at the Main Library will only be available inside the library.

Sounds of The Beaten Path

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Program Type:

In-Person Program

Age Group:

Everyone
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Program Description

Sounds of The Beaten Path

Join an educator at Sugar Grove Nature Center for a Summer Reading program about the sounds of nature. We’ll discuss some of the sounds you may encounter while hiking at the Nature Center, and then we’ll give a listen to find out what’s really out there. You may discover a new favorite place to read a book!

This program will be held outdoors in a woodsy setting. For your safety, please wear outdoor shoes and appropriate clothing for walking outdoors in the woods during summer temperatures. A personal water bottle is recommended.

Registration is required and can be completed online below, by calling 309.590.6168, or in person at the Adult Services Desk. Registrants will receive an email confirmation which contains driving directions.

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About Sugar Grove Nature Center:

Sugar Grove Nature Center is owned and maintained by the Sugar Grove Foundation. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization solely for the benefit of charitable, educational, and scientific purposesThe mission of Sugar Grove Nature Center is to provide a place where individuals can experience, study, and enjoy the environment and history of Funks Grove, and in so doing be inspired to become responsible stewards of the environment.