The Giles County Public Library Rocks — both figuratively and literally.


“It’s a really cool program called #GCPLROCKS!,” explained Library Program Coordinator Denise Grisham. “We have around 50 rocks we will be ‘hiding in plain sight,’ so to speak, to promote programs at the library.”


The brightly decorated rocks — each with its own special personality — are hidden around Pulaski and the county to be discovered by the public. Hints can be found on the #GCPLROCKS Facebook page.


The rocks are being used to create interest in library programs, such as the upcoming Summer Reading Program.


“If you find one, use it as a reminder to attend or to volunteer for an event,” Grisham suggested.


You can also share the stones with a friend who might want to attend an event or re-hide it so someone else can find it and pass it along. Before you do that though, the library wants you to take a picture holding your rock and post it — to the group or tag Giles County Public Library’s Facebook page at facebook.com/gilescountypubliclibrary, on Instagram at instagram.com/gilescolibrary or on Twitter, @gilescolibrary. You can also post it on the Tumblr at tumblr.com/blog/gilescolibrary using #GCPLROCKS!


The Giles County Public Library is located at 122 S. Second St. in Pulaski and provides a wide variety of books, periodicals, computer access, classes and programs that are all free to the public. For more information, call 363-2720 or visit gilescountylibrary.org.


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