Celebrate art with the Des Plaines Public Library this summer

  • Des Plaines Public Library is hosting youth, teen and adult summer reading programs with the theme "Reading is Art-rageous."

    Des Plaines Public Library is hosting youth, teen and adult summer reading programs with the theme "Reading is Art-rageous." Daily Herald File Photo

 
 
Posted7/7/2021 2:07 PM

Celebrate art with the Des Plaines Public Library this summer via a slew of creative programs.

The youth, teen and adult summer reading programs all have the theme of "Reading is Art-rageous."

 

The programs run through Aug. 1.

Reading books qualifies participants for prizes, including gift cards and a membership to the Art Institute of Chicago.

Additionally, young library patrons are encouraged to express their artistic skills in different ways. They can paint, dance, take photographs or be artistic in other ways.

Visit the youth services desk on the second floor of the library, 1501 Ellinwood St., or go to dppl.org/summer for more details.

Kids who are in eighth grade or younger also can earn prizes by completing the activities depicted on a special card. They include reading with a pet or stuffed animal, attending a virtual library program and going on a nature walk.

Cards must be returned by Aug. 1 at the library or via email at summer@dppl.org.

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