Library wraps up summer reading

The Marianna Black Library in Bryson City has been celebrating “One World, Many Stories” during its annual summer reading program all summer long.  Community children have had a chance to bring their own hand-crafted passports to Australia, Egypt, England, China, Mexico and Brazil.

Family Night will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, July 29, in the library auditorium. This celebration will include a song that the children have been working on all summer and a slide show. Pizzas will be provided by Bryson City Pizza Hut.

For more information about the summer reading program schedule and times, call 828.488.3030 or visit www.fontanalib.org/brysoncity.

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