Incline village library hosts end of summer reading program hero party |

Incline village library hosts end of summer reading program hero party

Celebrate all of the reading you’ve done this summer with a firefighter, crafts, raffles, refreshments, and free books! Get up close and personal with a real life community hero—a firefighter. He’s bringing his truck too! A big thank you to North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District.

We are gearing up for a fun filled party:


Mask making station

Button making station

Raffle prizes, both grand prizes and local prizes

Free books from the prize island

Last chance for a picture in the photo booth

And the most fun of all, the firefighter and fire truck!

Miss Robin is looking forward to seeing all of her favorite readers at the party. Parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends are all welcome to attend.

For more information about library programs and hours, please visit us online at

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