I’ve got a fun quiz for you. Are you game?
Match each unique feature to the branch it represents. Email your name and answers to email@example.com by Thursday, December 6. The person with the most correct answers will win a Sony eReader. If there is a tie, we will randomly draw a winner from the top scorers.
A list of all of our branches can be found here. Each branch will be used once.
1.) This branch boasts a three-foot tall, three-dimensional Katie L. (our beloved mascot)
2.) This branch building used to be a fire station
3.) This branch has a beautiful view of the river from its living room area
4.) This branch building was built in 1904 as a grocery store and has a secret roller rink on the second floor
5.) One of the unique features of this branch is a wind turbine with solar panels
6.) This branch has a Children’s Garden, which features a giant checkerboard, raised bed garden, PVC Pipe musical instrument and maze
7.) This branch boasts a lovely outdoor amphitheatre and a demonstration garden
8.) This is the smallest branch both in terms of size (2,000 sq ft) and population served
9.) This branch houses the ArtPrize sculpture “Flights of Learning” in its lobby
10.) Patrons at this branch enjoy seeing what is featured in the display case located right on the corner of the customer service desk
11.) This branch has all of its nonfiction materials — those for kids, teens and adults — interfiled in one area
12.) This branch offers a stunning view of Reeds Lake (Don’t say I didn’t give you any easy ones!)
13.) This branch houses a a subregional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, as well as a cafe
14.) This branch building is a reddish brown barn with a prairie garden
15.) Once staff at this branch found a live lobster in the book drop box! (Now don’t go getting any crazy ideas!)
16.) This branch has a Congressional Medal of Honor from WWII on display
17.) This branch offers a year-round craft/drawing area for kids, as well as an outdoor patio with seating
18.) This branch not only has a train painted on the wall of its program room, but also has a working train layout that circles the room
Go ahead; take a stab at it! You really have nothing to lose!
Note: We have turned off the comments on this blog post so no one can “give away” their answers. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your responses. Thank you.
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