Story Town for kids at downtown libraryby Penelope Starr on Nov. 03, 2011, under Arts, community
Story Town returns for its 8th year – check out what’s in store this year:
For the pure joy of books and reading, come meet Curious George, Cookie Mouse, and Llama llama at Pima County Public Library’s 8th Annual Story Town on Jácome Plaza. Get free books to take home; enjoy free live performances of favorite children’s books, and many more free interactive activities.
The Joel D. Valdez Main Library’s Jácome Plaza will be transformed into Story Town – where books come alive with your favorite costumed characters and storytellers.
This year the festival also will include short, family friendly workshops featuring read-aloud tips to keep children hooked on books and reading.
Remember the entire event is free, so pack a sack lunch and enjoy a day of stories, music and fun.
This family literacy festival for children ages 3 to 12 is presented by the Pima County Public Library.
Questions? Call Infoline at 791-4010. Parking is free and available in the garage beneath the library.