"Groundbreaking Reads" is the theme of the Elko County Library's 2013 Adult Summer Reading Program. Explore not only groundbreaking books, but underground music and movements such as prohibition and the resistance movements of WWII. Dig into other underground phenomena and activities, like learning how to plant a vegetable garden and the walking history of Elko. The 2013 Adult Summer Reading Program is open to adults 18 and older, with book reviews, weekly prizes and special events. The adult program will run concurrently with the children's program, "Dig into Reading."
"How to plant a vegetable garden in Elko" will be presented by Valree Hellwinkel of the Elko Garden Club on Tuesday, June 25th @ 6:00 pm in the library meeting room.
"A walking history of Elko" will be presented by Janet Peterson on Monday, July 8th @ 6 pm in the library meeting room.
The adult summer reading program begins on June 10th and ends on July 22nd. For more information, call the library at 738-3066.
All programs are free of charge.