Story Trails are Here

June 17th, 2021

Story Trails are Here

Description

Follow a story along our new Story Trails. Story Trails combine movement and literacy and allow families to experience storytime outdoors at your own pace. Weather permitting, Story Trails are set up outside of Alvar Library, Algiers Regional Library, Central City Library, the Children’s Resource Center Library, East New Orleans Regional Library, and Norman Mayer Library during operating hours in June and July.

To ensure that a Story Trail will be out for your visit, please call the Library location ahead of time.

Sign up for SUMMER FUN and download your free BINGO Card and Reading Tracker for a chance to win great prizes here.

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