La Crosse Public Library to provide summer reading programs for all ages

LA CROSSE (WKBT) — The La Crosse Public Library has unveiled a series of new events for its summer reading programs. The Main Library will host story time for babies up to age 2 every Wednesday from June 6  to July 30.

Events for children will happen every day of the week in June and July, said Brooke Newberry, youth services director at the library.

“Every Friday we have a fairytale walk where we will walk the marsh trail and tell a fairytale along the way,” said Newberry said. “Every Thursday is teen Thursday. where teens can come, participate in an event, and get pizza along the way. And Wednesdays we have things for school-age kids, Tuesdays we have things where performers are going to come, magicians are going to come, martial arts with the YMCA will be here. ”

A calendar of upcoming events is on the library’s website.

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