Time To Dig Into Reading, Hillsborough Arts Council Accepting Last Fridays Applications
ORANGE COUNTY-The Orange County Public Library is welcoming local residents of all ages to use the summer months to dive into a new book.
On June 1, the library will begin registration for its “Dig Into Reading” summer program. Different literary selections are available for childrens, teens, and adults. All participants must have a current Orange County Public Library card, and any OC resident can obtain one free of charge. The program will also include the opportunity for its younger readers to earn prizes such as bookmarks and stickers. Teens and adults will also be able to enter drawings for prizes, such as gift certificates and Kindle Fire e-reader tablets.
Registration for “Dig Into Reading” will run through the end of July. For more information, click here.
Members of the Hillsborough Arts Council would like to remind local residents that their meetings are open to the public. During the meetings, local residents have the opportunity to learn about what the Council does, give feedback on its current programs, or suggest new programs. The Council meets on the first Tuesday of each month, and the next meeting is set for the evening of June 4 beginning at 6:30 at 102 N Churton Street in Hillsborough.
The Hillsborough Arts Council members would also like to announce that they are accepting applications for those who would like to set up vendor booths during this season’s Last Fridays events. On the last Friday of each month from April to September, the Council hosts a gala event on the front lawn of Hillsborough’s historic Old Courthouse, including a different local band each week. Non-profit organizations are eligible to participate as vendors, along with local artists. All applications for a particular month’s Last Friday event must be submitted by the 21st of that month. To fill out an application, click here.