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New stories featured at the library's two StoryWalk programs for late spring


Both the Brunsdale StoryWalk* and the Main Library temporary StoryWalk feature new picturebooks this month, and area children and families are encouraged to get outside and take a stroll through the library's two StoryWalk locations.

First, the library's permanent StoryWalk__ at Brunsdale Park, 1702 27th Ave. S., features the art and words from the book I Got the Rhythm by Connie Schofield-Morrison. This self-paced, family-friendly activity is spread out to encourage residents of all ages to read, move, and enjoy the outdoors. The Storywalk signs at Brunsdale Park will be in place from May 4 through Sept. 30. This free activity available to residents during regular park hours.

In addition, the plaza between the downtown Main Library and the Fargo Civic Center features a temporary StoryWalk® with Linda Sue Park's picturebook What Does Bunny See?. The temporary signs will be in place May 4 through May 31. T

The original StoryWalk® project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, Vt. and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library to promote literacy. For more information about these activities or other events for children and families, contact the Children’s Services Dept. at 701.241.1495.

Library events are free and open to the public.

*The Brunsdale StoryWalk project was made possible with support from the Fargo Public Library, the Fargo Park District Foundation and the Fargo Park District Foundation Matching Grant Program.