Passport to Connecticut Libraries
The Connecticut Library Association is proud to sponsor the first Passport to CT Libraries program, running in participating public libraries from September 1st through September 30th. Based on the Wine Trail Passport Program in CT, this program will run during Library Card Sign Up Month in September.
Libraries will offer a Passport to their patrons, that each patron will take to any participating library to be stamped and to receive a small gift. At the end of the month, patrons will turn in their passports to any participating library to be entered in two drawings: Most Libraries Visited and a Random Drawing. The drawing will be for two adult prizes of $150.00 each and two children’s (under 18) of $100.00 each. Find out more information at facebook.com/passporttoctlibraries or contact Janet Nocek, Portland Library Director for information about Portland Library’s participation.
If you haven’t visited the Portland Library, now’s your chance to visit and see what’s unique to the Library. Ask a staff person to point out the dinosaur fossils set in Brownstone and visit the preschool are to see a mural dedicated to local author/artist Arlene Dubanevich.
Get your passport here!