SUMMER READING PROGRAM is just around the corner.
Reading program begins June 3 and ends July 31.
Registration will begin on June 3.
New this year are programs for Infant/Toddlers and Adults.
Wednesday July 24 at 10:30 a.m.
Funny Dummies, a ventriloquist, is a program for all ages.
You do not want to miss this event.
Readers age 3 to 11 will have a chance to win a Kindle. Be sure to complete your reading logs.
Prizes for Infant/Toddler and Adults will be given also.
Sale books are $1.00 per brown grocery bag.
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