Western party at the library

Western party. Youngsters and their families visit the North-East Public Library Oct. 18 for a western themed story time and party. At right, Independence residents Sophan Munger and her three-year-old son Zach try their luck at roping a steer. At left, Northeast resident Scott "Rex" Hobart leads a group in a campfire sing-along. Leslie Collins

Western party. Youngsters and their families visit the North-East Public Library Oct. 18 for a western themed story time and party. Above, Northeast resident Scott “Rex” Hobart leads a group in a campfire sing-along. Leslie Collins

By LESLIE COLLINS
Northeast News
October 23,2013

Yee-haw! North-East Public Library celebrates its Big Read initiative by hosting a western themed party for youngsters Friday, Oct. 18. In addition to story time, the event included several interactive stations, like the cow ropin’ photo booth, a campfire sing-along, pin the tail on the donkey and a coloring station.

Western party. Youngsters and their families visit the North-East Public Library Oct. 18 for a western themed story time and party. At right, Independence residents Sophan Munger and her three-year-old son Zach try their luck at roping a steer. At left, Northeast resident Scott "Rex" Hobart leads a group in a campfire sing-along. Leslie Collins

Western party. Youngsters and their families visit the North-East Public Library Oct. 18 for a western themed story time and party. Above, Independence residents Sophan Munger and her three-year-old son Zach try their luck at roping a steer. Leslie Collins

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Above, a youngster tries his hand at roping a steer. Leslie Collins

 

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