Hoag Library offered lots of fun with summer reading program

Posted 17 August 2019 at 5:20 pm


Dancing, wood working, painting, reading, dogs, the Orleans County 4-H Fair and so much more were all part of this year’s wonderful Summer Reading Program at the Hoag Library.

I would like to express my sincere appreciation to Teresa Gaylard, the volunteers and the entire Hoag Library team for a well developed and run program.

My children are 4 and under and they loved the all of the programs we were able to attend, especially “Morning Moves” with Miss Amy and making a trinket box with Mr. Babcock.

As we drive through town any time we pass the library they want to stop. I also appreciate all of the programs for different age youth in our community, and recognizing that this is a program that my children will enjoy for many years to come. What a wonderful resource our library is to this community.

If you were not able to participate in this year’s summer reading program, make note of it for next year, and watch the Hoag Library website for other engaging and educational opportunities for youth and adults alike all year round.

Kerri Richardson