More than 250 children attend Early Childhood Fair and Summer Reading Program Kick Off in Page

| June 9, 2015

First Things First

Brian and Violet attend the Early Childhood Fair and Summer Reading Program kick off on May 22 at the Page Library. Photo Courtesy of First Things First

Brian and Violet attend the Early Childhood Fair and Summer Reading Program kick off on May 22 at the Page Library. Photo Courtesy of First Things First

PAGE, Ariz. – The library children’s area and outdoor yard was filled with the sound of children and families playing and interacting in fun activities.

On May 22nd the summer reading program, themed Every Hero has a Story, kicked off with the Growing Great Kids Early Childhood Fair. For the 3rd year in a row the Page Public Library partnered with Association for Supportive Child Care, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth and First Things First to host this community resource fair for families with young children.

“We read to them year round. We always have a story time before bed and during the day. The summertime program and events give my girls something to do and gives children interaction with other kids. I want her to grow up normal and not just sit in front of the TV,” shared Brian happily as he and his daughter Violet make super-hero puppets out of craft sticks and image cut outs.

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