The Washington Public Library was busy on Saturday highlighting entertainment for children. Library Director Debbie Stanton says this program featured various entertainers from across the state giving a wide variety of performances. She says these performers could come back and entertain children during the summer reading clubs as well.
One act was the Wonder Weavers who are award winning story tellers based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
Performer Tina Rohde says they put on many different programs in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Michigan. She adds their programs can be given to young children through senior adults. The library hosted sixteen acts throughout the day on Saturday.
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