Read for Fines at Algoma Public Library

To help get children’s and teens’ library cards back in good standing (and inspire more reading), the Algoma Public Library is hosting Read for Fines, a program in which a child or teen spends time reading at the library. Library staff will tally the time each person reads and waive up to $15 in overdue fines at the end of April. The program will run for the entire month.

The library is also hosting Food for Fines during National Library Week, April 7-13. Every nonperishable food item donated at the library will remove $1 from fines, up to $15.