Right To Read Celebration Taking Place At The Stryker Library

Celebrate Right to Read Week, May 12th -16th, at the Stryker Library! Take part in exciting programs with this year’s theme “Reading is Dino-Mite!” Area students are invited to visit the library after school to join in the fun.

Each day of Right to Read Week will hold something special. On Monday, May 12th there will be a “Minecraft Party!” for ages 3rd through 6th grade. You don’t want to miss it! On Tuesday, everyone is welcome to stop in and make a dinosaur craft.

“Read 2 Me” will be held on Wednesday. Choose a favorite dinosaur book to read! On Thursday, come decorate and eat a delicious dinosaur cookie. Monday through Thursday’s programs will run from 3:15-4:00 pm. On Friday, May 16th Guessing Jars will be available all day for an opportunity to win a prize!

The Stryker Library is located at 304 S. Defiance Street. For more information about Right to Read Week, please contact library manager Connie Aeschliman at 419-682-5081.

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