Greenwood Public Library

Tails & Tails: Summer Reading Program 2021

We are excited to announce our 2021 Summer Reading Program, Tails & Tales, all about animals!  The program will run from June 1st to August 6th with the final prize drawing being held on August 15th! To register, simply go to and start logging your reading time! The program consists of three age groups: children (0-11), teens (12-17) and adults (18+). A virtual badge and 5 raffle tickets will be awarded for every 5 hours of reading time. These raffle tickets can be applied to a range of awesome prizes from Sussex County Beanstack. On top of that, people who log reading time in each given week will automatically be entered into weekly raffle prizes from the Greenwood Public Library. Kids and teens who read for ten hours may come into the library to choose their free book. Be sure to check our library calendar for exciting programs too!

Michael Albert at VFW

New York based pop artist and author Michael Albert has brought his Modern Art Experience to over 1,000 libraries, schools, museums, and festivals in 35 states. His unique hands-on collage workshop is great for school age children, teens, adults, and can be done as a multi-generational event.  Join the Greenwood Public Library for an outdoor program with Michael Albert at the Greenwood VFW outdoor pavilion on Friday, July 30th at 10:00am. This program is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Delaware Division of Libraries.  To register, please CLICK HERE or call (302) 855-1242.  Masks are welcomed for those who want to wear them.


Outdoor Family Movie Night – Shaun the Sheep


On Friday, August 6th at 8:45pm, join the Greenwood Public Library for some family fun out under the stars, an outdoor movie night! Bring a blanket or a chair to sit on and we’ll supply the popcorn. Our featured film will be Shaun the Sheep. We will be meeting at the Greenwood VFW Outdoor Pavilion behind the library.

Please only register children who will be actively participating in this program by clicking here, or click the button below or by calling (302) 855-1242. Adults and other non-participating children with them need not register. Masks are welcomed for those who want to wear them. Parking is available at the Greenwood Public Library.





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