LAFOLLETTE, TN. (WLAF)-The LaFollette Public Library is hosting its summer reading program 2023 – All Together Now!” The program will run from June 2 until June 30.

All programs will be held in the gymnasium underneath the library and will be held on Friday mornings at 10 am.  Prizes will be awarded for number of books read at the end of the program on June 30.

On the first day, all participants will be given a Lafollette Library book bag to make it easier to transport their books back and forth.

June 2- One of the all-time favorites, Gene Cordova, a ventriloquist, magician and puppeteer will be on hand along with his sidekicks to entertain the group.

June 9- Jimmy Pack, fire chief for the City of LaFollette, will bring a fire engine to the library along with Sparky, the fire prevention dog to present an interactive, entertaining program everyone will enjoy.

June 16 -There will be no program.  But continue to read books.

June 23 – A new entertainer has been added to the lineup this year- Michael Branch, a horse trainer and great speaker. He will talk about horses and horse training.  He will share some of his experiences and will be available for riding tips.

June 30 – This will be the grand finale. The group will meet in the gymnasium a usual for presentation of prizes won during the program along with certificates and drawings for various give- a- ways.  The program will finish with a party.

Call the library at 423/562-5154 to register. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED 5/17/2023- 6AM)

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