Multicolored splatter paint background. On a faded rounded edge white square, black text on right reads: Tuesday, July 16 from 3:30–4:30 pm. Focus on ways to improve library services for young adults by providing feedback on programs, assisting librarians with planning and running events, and more. On left shows two teens, one sitting, one standing, both reading a orange cover book. The teen standing is white, with blonde hair, wearing jeans and a deep blue hoodie. The other teen sitting is African American, with dark brown hair and a blue checkered shirt.
Turquoise colored background. On left is the cover of Ice: From Mixed Drinks to Skaing Rinks – A Cool History of a Hot Commodity by Amy Brady. Below is the VPPL logo with the Read, Explore, Enjoy tagline, address, phone number and website. On right in white text reads; Nothing But The Facts, on Tuesday, July 16. From 7–8:15 pm. In person at the library. Registration required. Graphic in the middle is an open book with pages splayed out.
A dark brown background with orange and white text and icons. From top down, Mystery Readers logo with orange "tape" and a faded cross box that reads Crime scene: do not cross. On top reads Mystery Readers with a fingerprint. Alternating white and orange text reads, Thursday, July 18 from 7–8pm. Online book discussion via Zoom. Title is Death by Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake by Sarah Graves. Registration Required. Below is the VPPL logo with the Read, Explore, Enjoy tagline, address, phone number and website. Orange icons on the side are a magnifying glass and a detective.
Background shows a pink to yellow gradient. Text is dark red and black, and reads Versiti Blood Drive: Give blood, give hope. Thursday, July

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