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Take Your Child to the Library Day at the County Library Promotes Lifelong Learning

Celebrate the value of the library and learning by bringing your children to the County Library on Saturday, February 3.

Children who visit any County Library branch during normal business hours that day will receive a high five, sticker and storytime — plus an added appreciation for reading and learning.

Many children who are read to and read with as young children have an easier time learning in school and throughout life. Early Learning Librarian Anna Zanarini said the County Library can play a key role in that development.

“Bringing children to the library early in life helps develop lifelong learning routines,” Zanarini said. “They establish the library as a community place where they can go to find books, to learn and to have fun.”

More-specific information on the many branch-specific activities can be found online in Utah Family’s No-Bored-Kids Calendar. These events are free and open to the public.

When: Saturday, Feb. 3 from 10 am-6 pm
Where: All County Library Locations

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