Tuesday, April 20, 2021

‘Walk-A-Story’ program launched by the Chatham-Kent Public Library

Looking for something fun to do with the family outside?

Chatham-Kent Public Library officials are encouraging residents to try a ‘Walk-A-Story’.

Starting the week formerly known as ‘March Break’ (around March 15) and continuing through Sunday, April 18, select branches of Chatham-Kent Public Library will be providing a Walk-A-Story in their communities.

“Each branch will feature a different story for their walk,” library officials said in a media release.

“Patrons can pick up their story maps at a library branch listed below, start their walk at that library and then continue through the town, following the map from building to building, finding and reading the next page in the book. They return for the end of the story back at the library.”

Walk-A-Story can be found at the following branches: Blenheim, Bothwell, Dresden, Ridgetown, Thamesville and Wheatley.

New stories will be also be found on the Storybook Trails at Kingston Park in Chatham and at Crothers Park in Wallaceburg.

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