Published DateNORTHFIELD — Warmer weather is approaching and this year's Summer Reading Program themes at the Hall Memorial Library are "Dig into Reading" for the kids, "Beneath the Surface" for teens, and "Groundbreaking Reads" for adults.
To go along with the theme of digging to read, the library is holding a a fund-raiser in order to purchase a Red Sugar Maple tree. It is looking to raise approximately $400 in order to buy a tree large enough to have the best chance to survive the transplant from the nursery, to thriving in and adorning the yard of the library.
Donating is easy. Just purchase one or more "paper books" for $1 each, write your name or the name of someone you might want to honor on the cover, and tape it to the temporary paper tree inside the library.
Bill Moga decorates a temporary paper tree at the Hall Memorial Library. (Courtesy photo)