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  • The heat outside makes the cool of a library appealing
    by Julie W. Hawk
    Published - 07/31/14 - 03:39 PM | 0 0 comments | 235 235 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    How about some recreational reading time?
    How about some recreational reading time?
    (ST. GEORGE, Utah) - (+VIDEO) With triple digit temperatures convincing us to stay indoors, check out the Washington County Library branches with their many opportunities and resources. For parents, with school around the corner, encouraging students to keep up on their reading will help their child's skills. For adults, a reading club may be just the thing to carve out some recreational reading time.

    Joel Tucker, Washington County Library System director, describes some lesser known programs found at the seven branches he oversees. Book clubs, free movies and e-books are all available to the patrons of this area. There is also a foreign film club for adults held at the Santa Clara branch and an anime and magna club for teens at the Hurricane Branch. 
An adult literacy program led by Michelle Hughes is hosted at the St. George Branch. To become a volunteer for this or other needed areas at the library call, 435.634.5737.

    Learn more by visiting: library.washco.utah.gov or dropping by one of the branches to see what they have to offer.

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