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Storytime program on summer hiatus at OV library

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Posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 3:00 am

During the month of August, the Oro Valley Public Library will not offer its children’s storytimes or teen programs. This includes baby, toddler, family and preschool storytimes, as well as Crafty Readers, Read to A Dog, family movie night, Teen Expressions, TeenZone Movie and Popcorn, Wii for Tweens, Teen Advisory Board, teen music and teen games, according to L. A. Burnett, a library technical assistant.

These programs will resume in September.

The public can learn more about the August programs later this month when the library releases it “What’s Happening” publication.

The Oro Valley Public Library is located at 1305 W. Naranja Drive. For more information, visit www.orovalleylib.com or call 229-5300.

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