Library Reading Programs

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Summer Library Program
Oceans of Possibilities
 June 6 - August 13, 2022

It's time for the Oceans of Possibilities Summer Reading Challenge. Explore new depths, visit uncharted locals, and discover hidden treasures by getting hooked on a book!

Complete the challenge by logging reading time, completing activities, and writing reviews. Each earned badge also offers a book reward and a ticket towards the grand prizes.

Pre-register online now. Paper logs will be available Monday, June 6.

Log your first reading hour to activate and redeem your registration package beginning Monday, June 13.

Patrons keeping paper logs will need to return to the library regularly to be eligible for weekly prizes.  Turn in your log by the end of business Saturday, August 13 to make sure all your reading counts toward prizes.

We hope to keep you reading all summer long, so pace yourself to be eligible for weekly prizes.

Let's dive in

Art in the Park

We'll be at Kiwanis Park for the Music at the Market events.

Wednesdays from 6 - 7:30:

June 1 - August 31

The number of projects is limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.  

2022 Sponsors

This project was brought to you by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services grant LS-00-19-0050-19.  And, the generous support of our community partners.
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Beanstack Mobile App

Beanstack's mobile app allows you to enter book titles or scan ISBN barcodes to quickly add them to your Log, time reading sessions, and check off activities as you complete them. Search for "Beanstack Tracker" in the App Store or Google Play to download and start tracking.

Why are we using Beanstack?

Beanstack allows you to:

  • Keep track of each family member's reading logs, activities, and rewards on one account.
  • Log reading from home or on the go.
  • Write reviews of the books you've read
  • Connect with friends who also use the app.

Or, Use Beanstack on Your Computer


Getting Started

  1. Sign up on our site at
  2. Click on Register an Individual or Family
  3. Everyone is encouraged to participate--Parents/Guardians, start by registering yourself and filling out the required fields.  You will be listed as the "Account Creator."
  4. Please choose Adult as the Grade Level for those 19+.
  5. You'll be prompted to enter information for your spouse/other adults in your family and then children as "Readers."
  6. Register for the appropriate 2021 Reading Colors Your World challenge.
  7. Now you're ready to read, log, write, and do to complete the challenge.
Logging Reading
  1. Login to your account at
  2. Click the Log Reading button in the upper left corner of your screen.  Choose Minutes as the logging type.
  3. The calendar defaults to the current day but can be changed if you wish to track specific days you/your family read.
  4. You can log reading time in minutes or hours.  Ex: 3h, 30m.  You can log for an individual reader or for everyone at the same time using the drop-down menu--choose All Readers under "Select the Profile."
  5. You have the option of entering the Title and Author and submitting Book Reviews from here as well. (To submit a Picture Review, use the "Add a Review" button at the top of the screen.)
  6. You will earn a virtual badge for each hour of reading up to 10 hours. All badges can be completed until the end of the challenge on Saturday, August 13.
  7. Completed Logging, Review, and Activity Badges earn a ticket towards our Challenge Grand Prizes.  Completed badges earn a Build Your Library book, and for Littles, Kids, and Teens, a trip to the Treasure Chest. 
  8. Each week all Readers who have logged an hour of reading will be entered into our weekly drawings. 
  9. Come to the library to redeem your rewards and prizes.
  10. Winners will be contacted based on the information provided in their profiles. 
  11. All prizes must be picked up at the library.
  12. All prizes are awarded while supplies last.