Hoag Library kicks off summer reading program

Staff Reports Posted 25 June 2019 at 9:15 am

Photo courtesy of Hoag Library: Patrick Holman of Medina performed a magic show on Saturday to help celebrate the start of the summer reading program at Hoag Library.

ALBION – Local performer Patrick Holman kicked off Hoag’s Library’s Summer Reading Program, A Universe of Stories, this past Saturday with an exciting magic show. Holman entertained about 45 people at the performance, with 24 children registering for the reading program.

There is still time to enroll in the summer reading program. Registration is still open to children and adults, and concludes Aug. 15 with a performance by Buffalo & Brandy and cookout with the Albion Lions Club.

Hoag Library has collaborated with community partners, including local business owners, elected officials, and educators from Albion Central School to bringthis engaging summer program to Albion.

In addition to events at the library, staff will participate in community events, such as the Summer Parks Program, the Orleans County 4-H Fair, and the Albion Summer Festival featuring Rock the Park.

For information on other programs and activities at Hoag Library, visit www.hoaglibrary.com or through Facebook.

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