Build a better world this summer by participating in The City Library's Super Summer Challenge! Beginning June 1, visit any City Library location to sign up, receive a Super Summer Challenge tracker, and start working toward entry into prize drawings. Fun, free events will also be offered at the Library all summer long. Learn more about events for each age group as well as how to track your challenge activities using the icons above.
BUILD A BETTER WORLD
TRACK YOUR SUPER SUMMER CHALLENGE ACTIVITIES
Choose any one-, two-, or three-brick activity from the lists below and color in the number of bricks that the activity is worth in your tracker
once you complete it. When you complete enough activities to fill in all 15 bricks on Level 1, 2, or 3, bring your tracker to the Library to
pick up a prize. When you've completed your entire tracker, turn it into the Library to be entered into a prize basket drawing. Completed trackers
must be turned in by August 12.
If you've completed your your tracker and want to challenge yourself even more, take part in Level Up! Read two books that fit the categories
listed below in the Reading List section, then visit the Library to fill out a book review and a Level Up! entry form.
Each time you complete the Level Up! challenge, you'll be entered into a drawing for a prize basket. Earn more entries into the drawing by completing Level Up! as many times as you wish. All Level Up! entries must be turned in by August 12.
A note to Sprague Branch patrons:
• Prize drawing slips (including Level Up) for kids, babies, toddlers, and teens were lost in the flood. Please go to the Anderson-Foothill Branch to reenter your name for the drawings; they will have separate entry envelopes for Sprague's prize drawing.
For each activity you complete in this category, you can fill in one brick in your tracker. Each activity can be completed up to three times.
• Perform a random act of kindness.
• Recycle for a day.
• Compliment someone.
• Tell someone a joke.
• Check out a book from the Library.
• Read down your fines. Ask a librarian for details.
• Meet your local Teen Librarian and write down their name in your tracker.
• Write someone a thank-you note.
• Follow the library on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
• Get someone else to sign up for the Super Summer Challenge.
• High five a librarian.
• Find a petition for a cause you care about on Change.org and sign it.
• Eat a fruit or a vegetable.
• Participate in the interactive display in your local City Library location's teen area. Ask a librarian for details.
• Ask someone for help.
For each activity you complete in this category, you can fill in two bricks in your tracker. Each activity can be completed up to three times.
• Relive your childhood years by building a fort in your room.
• Have a movie marathon and write a review of one of the movies you watched.
• Make your own summer-themed crossword puzzle, and print it at the Library to share with your friends.
• Donate your used clothing.
• Grow a plant.
• Go on a nature walk or hike.
• Teach someone how to do something new.
• Write a haiku about your day.
• Attend a Library program. Check the list of events in the sidebar or visit the Events Calendar for details.
• Read to a person or an animal.
• Make a friendship bracelet for someone.
• Learn a new skill using Lynda.com.
• Introduce yourself to one of your neighbors.
• Visit a library that's outside of your neighborhood.
• Build the house of your dreams in Minecraft and show it to a friend.
For each activity you complete in this category, you can fill in three bricks in your tracker. Each activity can be completed up to three times.
• Complete an hour of code on Code.org.
• Attend a read-a-thon at the Library.
• Volunteer as part of the Library's Teen Squad.
• Attend a Chocolate Olympics event with Moka.
• Show off your skills at an Engineering Challenge program.
• Visit a local museum.
• Go a whole day without screens.
• Interview an older person and record their story.
• Do a project at one of the Library's Creative Lab.
• Cook a meal or make a dessert for someone else.
• Write a letter or email to one of your government representatives.
• Find out how to join one of the library's Teen Advisory Boards.
• Make a movie featuring LEGOs.
• Invent your own sport or game.
• Research a career that you're interested in or a college you might want to attend in the future.