Summer reading program at Belding Library

Monday, June 17, marked the official start of the Summer Reading Program at the Alvah N. Belding Memorial Library featuring stories, music and crafts. Children of all ages were treated to a special surprise visit from Fire Chief Greg Moore and his fire engine from the Belding Fire Department, and Officer Marce Cooper and her patrol car from the Belding Police Department. Coloring books and stickers were handed out to the large crowd that gathered to see the vehicles.

Summer Reading Program at the Alvah N. Belding Memorial Library runs through July 31, with many fun programs planned for children, teens, and adults. All programs are free and open to everyone who registers for the Summer Reading Program. Please call the library at 794-1450, or visit the web site at www.belding.michlibrary,org for more information.

 

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