YORKVILLE — What could be more fun than playing golf inside a library building?
The Friends of the Yorkville Public Library will be hosting a “Mini Golf FunRaiser” from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 3 at the library, 902 Game Farm Road.
Participants will be able to play 18 holes of mini golf of both floors of the library building, as part of the kick-off for National Library Week.
The course holes are sponsored by businesses and decorated either by that business or by a not-for-profit within the Yorkville community, said Friends of the Library President Tiffany Forristall.
Players may vote for their favorite hole, try to get a hole-in-one on the 10th hole, and enjoy some quiet activities at the 19th hole, Forristall said.
Many donations by area businesses and families will be raffled off the day of the event. All proceeds from the event will be used to support and promote library programs and services.
The cost to play is $5 per golfer, and tickets for a drawing are six for $5. All proceeds go to help fund programs and events at the library.
Source: The Daily Chronicle