STRATFORD, Conn. -- The Stratford Library will offer its patrons the opportunity to enter and win one of four statewide gift card prizes as part of National Library Week.
As part of National Library Week, during the month of April, participants can let their library card open the doors of 124 Connecticut libraries by participating in the monthlong Passport to Connecticut Libraries Program.
Sponsored by the Connecticut Library Association, the program invites residents of all ages to explore the diversity of public libraries.
Every participating library will offer a passport to its patrons (one for adults and one for children under 18), as well as a small gift upon sign-up.
The patron will then visit at least five participating libraries during the month of April, having the passport stamped once at each library. Completed passports will be turned in to any participating library by May 6.
Each library will then select a winner of the most libraries visited for submission to a second drawing, as well as a random drawing, which will be applied to a final drawing for four VISA gift card prizes (two adults of $150 each, two children of $100 each).
For more information about the Passport to Connecticut Libraries program and a full list of participating libraries, call the Adult Services Department of the Stratford Library at 203-385-4164 or click here.
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