Literacy Volunteers promotes reading and literacy through community events. Please join us!

Literacy Volunteers promotes reading and literacy through community events. Please join us!

Current Events

Website Scavenger Hunt – April 2021

The Scavenger Hunt is a fun way to help the community explore our new website and to give learners a chance to practice their reading and internet search skills.

For the month of April 2021 – while supplies last – small prizes such as Literacy Volunteers branded sticky-note pads, wristbands, or tote bags may be awarded by request for correctly completed entries.

The answers to all 10 questions can be found on our new website or by clicking on one of the links. Beware – some answers are easier to find than others!

Please use the Contact form to submit your answers. Please indicate whether you would like a prize.

Download the questions here!

Judging in Process – Creative Writing Contest for Youth – Deadline: March 12th

Inspired to change the world around them, Olympic soccer player Abby Wambach wrote Wolfpack and Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman wrote “The Hill We Climb”.

Thank you to all the great youth writers who showed us YOUR voice in the topics that mean the most to you and told us how YOU are inspired to change your world!

The contest was open to all Wayne County, NY students in grades 6-12 for a $100 Grand Prize for best Overall Submission.

Judging is in process and the winner will be announced soon.

Story Night with Mr. Poole – Thursdays 6:30 -7:00 pm

Join Literacy Volunteers’ Mr. Poole for a fun night of reading together online.

Hosted by Wayne MOST (Maximizing Out of School Time), this virtual resource helps bring the joy of reading to young people and their families!

Story time happens most Thursdays.

Sign on through: https://waynemost.org/virtual-resource-center

Recent Event Highlights

Ended – March 8, 2021 @ 2:00 pm – International Women’s Day – Wolfpack Discussion

Watch the recording from the Macedon Public Library.

Thank you to everyone who joined this great discussion!
We are grateful to all the panelists – Abby Wambach, Kitty Van Bortel, Dr. Alana Koehler, Carrie Deming, and Dr. Darcy Smith!

This program was funded by a Libraries Transform Communities grant from the American Library Association in cooperation with the Association of Rural and Small Libraries.

Copies of the book Wolfpack are available at most libraries in the Pioneer Library System.

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