American Reads Celebrates Dr. Seuss Day March 3
February 20, 2019
Come here, come there, come everywhere! Join us for the 20th annual Dr. Seuss Day Celebration at the Oberlin Public Library. It’s a Seussical celebration of reading for the whole family.
Dr. Seuss Day will be celebrated Sunday, March 3, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. at the Oberlin Public Library, 65 N. Main St. The event is free, and all ages are welcome to attend.
This annual celebration of Dr. Seuss’s whimsical writings is hosted by America Reads and the Bonner Center for Service and Learning. The Oberlin Public Library will be bursting with games, crafts, stories, performances—all of the Seussical things you can imagine. Every child who attends will receive a free book and will have the opportunity to sign up for a library card.
This event is sponsored by the Oberlin College chapter of America Reads at the Bonner Center for Service and Learning. America Reads is a part of a national community service work-study tutoring program started by the Clinton Administration in 1996. The program connects college students with Oberlin children to help improve their literacy skills and find joy in reading. Learn more at americareadsblog.wordpress.com or call (440) 775-8055.
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