Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Wedneday Nights at the Story House Depot

Hello All-
I hope everyone is enjoying my sandwich ideas, and is putting them to good use. I know some of theme seem to be a bit off the wall, but I can assure everyone they are tried and true favorites. With today being Wednesday I figured it would be a good idea to give a plug to one of our weekly activities we have going on at Spencer Park every Wednesday night all summer long.

Every Wednesday night from 6-8pm at the Story House in Spencer Park we have lined up community volunteers to come and read some fantastic childrens stories. These nights have been specially coordinated with specific storybook authors or themes. To go along with each theme, the local librarians have volunteered their evenings as well to do a special craft for the kids to go along with the stories that our community members have volunteered to read. So far this summer the Wednesday nights have been very successful and we here at the Reading Railroad are glad to see everyone who has come out to participate. However, we would still love to see more kids out there every Wednesday evening

I also want to give a big thanks to all of our community organizations and individual volunteers who have given their time to spread the gift of literacy throughout Cass County. So far Rotary and Judy McNarny have sponsored a night. So a big thanks to those individuals who participated in those nights. Tonight we have our lovely ladies of Tri-Kappa volunteering to come out and read. They have been an instrumental group in spreading literacy amongst Cass County particularly in their creation of Dial-a-Story. So make sure to bring the kids to the Park tonight from 6-8pm to listen to some great stories and to do a fun craft.

See everyone out there, and be sure to check back tomorrow for some great Brown Bag advice before meeting Sam at the Story House for Brown Bags and Books.

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