Krisitne Spyker, youth services coordinator with the Auglaize County Public District Library, displays toys and other items that will be given away during the libraryâ€™s Summer Reading Programs. (Staff photo/Michelle Meunier)
There is no excuse for the word boredom being uttered from anyone’s mouths this summer.
The Auglaize County Public District Library has plenty of activities, programs and events to help curb any lackluster days people of all ages are experiencing.
Two programs available at not only the ACPDL, but all Auglaize County libraries are the youth and adult reading programs. According to Kristine Spyker, youth services coordinator and Andrea Burton, adult services coordinator these are targeted at offering a fun, entertaining experience while reading, as well as encouraging readers to experiment with their reading material.
“I think when they have fun as a child reading it kind of becomes a habit in a positive way,” Spyker said. “It creates good memories with it and a child as a reader will more likely become a lifelong reader and that is where we want to go. We want to keep people reading all the way through.”
For the full story, see the Monday, June 2 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.