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Summer reading fun in Southborough

By Gregory Arnold, Contributing Writer

Children are already dressed in their pajamas as they listen to stories at the Southborough Public Library July 10.   Photo/Gregory Arnold

Children are already dressed in their pajamas as they listen to stories at the Southborough Public Library July 10.
Photo/Gregory Arnold

Southborough – The Southborough Public Library held an outdoor pajama story time session for kids and their families July 10.

The event allowed for families to spend time together outside while listening to some of their favorite stories read by children’s librarian Kimberley Ivers. The sessions will be held throughout the summer (weather permitting) as a way to help promote the importance of reading.

For more information visit http://www.southboroughlib.org/southborough/events.asp.

 

 

 

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