Win a Kindle during Library Card Sign-Up Month!

Win a Kindle during Library Card Sign-Up Month!

This September for Library Card Sign-Up Month, your Garfield County Libraries are giving away three Kindles to library card holders!

We'll have a drawing for adults 18+, a drawing for teens 13-17, and a drawing for kids 12 and under. We'll give away a Kindle Paperwhite to the winning adult and teen, and a Kindle Kids to the winner of the kids drawing. The giveaway is simple and free to enter:

If you DO NOT YET HAVE A LIBRARY CARD from the Garfield County Libraries you can apply for one online by clicking here or visiting your nearest library. Once you register you will automatically be entered to win.

If you ALREADY HAVE A LIBRARY CARD from the Garfield County Libraries you will need to renew your information with us in September to be eligible. Simply call or visit your local library and ask to renew your library card. Once that is done you'll be entered to win automatically. You will also receive a small gift (while supplies last).


We will draw the winners at random and call them using the phone number listed on each winner's library card account. Library staff and their immediate family members are not eligible to win.




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