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Winter Reading For Adults


 Winter Reading 2021



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The Wolcott Community Public Library is excited to present our Winter Reading Program!  This year's theme is being worked on now. The 2021 Winter Reading Program is open to ADULTS ONLY and runs for six weeks, starting on January 11th.  Books must be checked out from the Wolcott Community Public Library or through Inter-library loan.  E-books downloaded from the library system will also count.  All readers must read at least six books to complete the reading program.  A ticket will be given for each book that is read and will be entered into a gift basket raffle of the participant's choosing.  A winner will be drawn for each gift basket at the end of the program.  Each individual who completes the program will receive a goody bag and may pick it up at the library up to a week after __________

Those interested may sign up anytime between December 30th and January 18th at the Wolcott Library.  When signing up, you will receive a booklet with instructions and important dates regarding the program.  The Winter Reading Program will run from January 11th to February 20th, 2021.  If you have any questions, you may contact the Wolcott Library at 279-2695 or go to our website at






* EFFECTIVE JULY 27th and until the Governor lifts this requirement *

* Masks will be required when in Library

* We will do Curbside services if preferred 

* Call the Library at 219-279-2695.


  • We are open to the public with our regular hours.
  • Patrons are asked to still limit their visit to no more than 30 minutes.
  • Staff will monitor how many patrons are in the library at one time. If patrons are not able to social distance once inside the library, there may be a waiting time before entering.
  • Masks are required for patrons and staff.
  • Staff will continue to clean and disinfect surfaces periodically during the day.
  • Sanitizer is provided, and hand washing is encouraged for all patrons
  • All staff and visitors are encouraged to practice proper hand hygiene.
  • Staff will not come to work if sick or have someone at home sick.
  • If you feel sick or someone in your household is ill, please do not come to the library.
  • Curbside pickup will still be available for those that prefer to not enter the building.

Our step-by-step reopening plan has been designed to ensure the health and safety of our staff and our patrons. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.

Please contact library director Deanna Dreblow with any questions by phone 219-279-2695, or email,


Monday 1:00 - 6:00 PM

Tuesday 9:00 - 6:00 PM

Thursday 10:00 - 5:00 PM

Friday 9:00 - 5:00 PM

Saturday 9:00 - 1:00 PM

CLOSED on Wednesday & Sunday



Imagine Your Story... In the Kitchen with Jen Stuart
Savory Breakfast Muffins
Stuart Family Doritos Taco Salad
Veggie Baked Spaghetti
LIVE Streamed Summer Reading Programs
Doyne Carson - Professional Storyteller
Judy Cuppy - Make - A - Long Dragon Pencil Pot
Teen Program Videos
Counter Column Creating a Feature Film
Writing Workshop with Logan Judy


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 “The mission of the Wolcott Community Public Library is to serve the community by inspiring the lifelong love of reading and learning. The library strives to offer access to varied collections, stimulating programs, provide current technology needs, and a responsive staff in a welcoming environment. Our vision is to strengthen community, develop relationships and encourage collaboration.”

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