MORRISTOWN, NJ - Libraries that are part of the Morris Automated Information Network or MAIN are inviting community members to participate in a 13 day promotion which invites patrons to solve a riddle or complete a task that leads to a prize entry form. The MAIN consortium of libraries includes 38 public libraries including the Morristown & Morris Township Library, the Morris Plains Library, the Morris County Library, as well as libraries in Chatham, Madison, Mendham, East Hanover, Whippany, Montville, Randolph, Denville, Parsippany, Roxbury and more.
For a complete list of participating libraries, click HERE
Patrons that complete the prize entry form will be entered for a chance to win one of several different personal devices. There will be one entry allowed per different library explored – the more libraries one visits, the better chance to win.
“In honor of National Library Week I am thrilled to promote #MAINquest, an exciting program that encourages MAIN patrons of all ages to visit their local libraries and have some fun", said Lyn Begraft, Long HIll Township Library Director. "There are great prizes to win, and the more MAIN libraries you visit, the more chances there are to be a winner!”
Each library card may enter the contest once for each library that is visited. There will be five adult (6th graders and older) winners and five juvenile (5th graders and younger) winners, to be announced in late April. Prize winners will pick up their prize at their local library and have their photo taken. Library staff members are not eligible to participate.