Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Children's Programs At The Brown Library

The Friends of Brown Library are once again thrilled to announce our support of The Children's Summer Reading Program!

Terry Rollins, Storyteller and Children's Librarian at The 
Brown Library has designed a wonderful program for the 
Washington NC, and surrounding area's children. 
The program offered throughout the summer will include; 
story telling, programs with entertainers, art and crafts 
and there will be some terrific prizes for the 
children who read the most books over the summer!

Terry Rollins is one of the leaders of the Historic Washington 

Ghost Walk and the Hoofprints ghost story concert in Bath.  
He brings a wealth of experience in story telling. Last summer 
during the Summer Reading program, Terry held the kids captive 
with his wonderful story of Black Beard.   

Terry is the co-founder of the North Carolina Storytelling Guild 
and a member of the local Inner Banks Storytellers Group. He has 
years of experience performing for audiences of all ages in 
schools, libraries, bookstores, museums and festivals from 
North Carolina to Canada. 

We are so pleased Terry is a valued member of our Library!  
A FULL schedule of the Summer Reading Events 
will become available in MAY. Please stop by the
blog often as we keep you apprised of coming events.

The Brown Library offers a weekly story time:

Tuesdays: 11:15 AM  0-3 year olds
               11:30 AM 4 years and up

Terry Rollins sings with the children.

Celebrating Dr. Seuss' Birthday at Story Time.

Terry reading to the  0-3 year olds

Mr. Raccoon is a frequent visitor to story time!
The children line up to feed Mr. Raccoon

Each child has a little one on one visit with Mr. Raccoon.

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