We haven’t done $5 Friday in a while, but it’s time to restart our weekly trivia contest! And Thank You Janet Bray for our pretty new $5 Friday graphic!
To be eligible to win, all you have to do is comment on this post with the correct answer to our trivia question. Easy, right?
When and Where was the first American public library opened?
Just leave your answers on this post before 8p Monday 3/17 when we will choose a random winner from the correct answers.
We’ll choose one winner for a $5 gift card to Barnes & Noble, which may be used in the store or online. If we get more than 25 correct answers, we’ll randomly select two winners. If you are selected as a winner, I’ll email you to ask for your U.S. mailing address so I can send your gift card so make sure you use a valid email address when you leave your answer in the comments. Your personal information will never be shared with any third party.
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Updated 3/17: Congratulations to Niki G., winner of this week’s $5 Friday! Niki, check your email for instructions to claim your gift card.
Good Luck and Happy Reading!
Franklin, MA 1790
Franklin, Mass. 1790