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Library Offering Free Book As Part of Summer Reading Program

Through Aug. 15, Williamsburg Regional Library (WRL) is offering a free book for children enrolled in the library system’s Summer Reading Program. (Courtesy of WRL)

HISTORIC TRIANGLE — Williamsburg Regional Library (WRL) has announced that it is giving free books to children enrolled in its Summer Reading Program.

Through Aug. 15, children who are enrolled in the Summer Reading Program can receive one free book to keep through the library system. If a child isn’t already signed up, they can do so on location.

Patrons can go to the children’s section at either the Williamsburg Library, 515 Scotland Rd., or the James City County location, 7770 Croaker Rd. A library card for either the child or the parent/guardian needs to be shown.

The Summer Reading Program is made possible through Friends of Williamsburg Regional Library.



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