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Whether you're a child, teen, or adult, Marshall Public Library's Summer Reading Programs are open to you!

The Summer Reading Programs begin this Saturday and the theme for this year is "A Universe of Stories."

There will be activities each day such as at Zoo Idaho, movies and food at the library, along with space crafts for teens, and a summer art institute.

All of the activities will focus on space and exploration, and the program itself is a good way to keep your reading skills up and remain active through the summer.

Kath Ann Hendricks, Young Adult Librarian at Marshall Public Library said, "It brings people into the library to see what we have to offer the community and it's not so much for us as it is for the community, to provide all of the services that we have and to keep an enriched community.”

A kickoff party will be held this Saturday, June 1st from 2 pm to 4 pm at Marshall Public Library where attendees can meet characters from Star Wars films, enjoy ice cream, and sign up for the programs.

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