Here Is How Some Brampton Residents Can Win Amazing Summer Prizes
If you or your children are in need of a new bike, then look no further because Brampton Library could be giving you one for free!
According to Brampton Library, they will be giving away a free bike in an early bird draw that ends on July 8. To enter in the early bird draw, residents need to join the Brampton Brain Game.
Yes, indeed! Join our #BramptonBrainGame and enter to win. Special thanks to @regionofpeel #SustainableTransportation for their generous donation of the bike. Join in at https://t.co/77G75MizXJ and stop in to any branch to enter the early bird draw. https://t.co/mATFxUE8nW— Brampton Library (@BramptonLibrary) June 27, 2019
What is the Brampton Brain Game? It is the library’s free summer learning program that will encourage children to foster a love of reading, engage them in learning through play and explore their community through Brainiacs Bingo.
Children can complete challenges at home, in any branch or online on the Brainiacs Bingo.
The child must report their progress to earn ballots towards more prize draws. These prizes include a two swim or skate passes at a Brampton recreation centre, four express anytime tickets to Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, two general admission tickets to AeroSports Trampoline Parks and many more. If the child completes all of the challenges on the Brainiacs Bingo, they will be entered into a grand prize draw of their choice. The grand prizes include an astronomy prize pack, an adventure prize pack, a train prize pack and more.
Children can still sign up for the program until September 3 (but will not be eligible for the early bird draw). Children up to the age of 12 can participate.
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