JAMES CITY COUNTY — Families looking for a kid-friendly outdoor activity might want to stop by the library.
StoryWalk is an nationwide program which encourages kids (and parents/guardians) to walk outdoors at their local libraries while reading a short story.
“The new StoryWalk is up and running now,” said Barry Trott, WRL spokesperson. “We usually have them up for about a month before switching them out.”
At WRL, kids will be able to follow an outdoor path while reading “Dooby Dooby Moo“, a story about a couple of cows who enter a talent show in the hopes of winning the grand prize: A trampoline.
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“Dooby Dooby Moo” will be on display at the James City County Library, 7770 Croaker Road until mid to late May.
For more information about the Williamsburg Regional Library, the StoryWalk program or the library’s current hours of operation, visit their website here.
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