Bookmark Contest

BOOKMARK CONTEST

What does community look like to you? Download your entry form and show us!

All entries should be submit through the form below.

Rules

  1. Only children ages 2-18 can submit artwork.
  2. The entry form must be in landscape format.
  3. Only original artwork will be considered. No copyright or registered images will be considered.
  4. Participants can only submit ONE entry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I get my entry form?

The entry form is available online only this year.  Click to download the form.  If you choose to print the form, please print it in landscape.  Entry forms printed in portrait will not be considered.

How can I submit my entry?

Entries can be submitted online using the form below.  Entries will not be accepted at the library.  To submit your entry please scan and upload the file using the form below.  A scanner is available on the first floor of the library, if needed.

How are winners chosen?

Our elementary librarian will narrow down the entries to a group of finalists that the youth staff will have an opportunity to judge for one week.  Two winners will be chosen from each of the age groups.

What are the prizes?

Winners will select one prize from a list of prizes and receive copies of their bookmark to hand out to friends and family.

Can I get my bookmark back?

Once the bookmark is submitted to us, we cannot return it.  Since all entries must be submitted through our website this year, you will be able to retain the physical copy.

How/when will I be notified if I’ve won?

The library will contact you through your teacher or through email.  Winners will be notified by December 14, 2020.  If you are not selected as a winner, you will not be notified.

How many bookmarks can I submit?

Participants can submit only ONE entry into the bookmark contest.

Bookmark Contest 2020

* indicates a required field
  • Artist's Name * Required
  • Age (check one) * Required
  • Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, pdf.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
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