Barriere Library hosts Tiny Tunes for Unplug and Play week

The afternoon of Jan. 31, saw the Barriere Library once again the place to go for parents and children from babies to four-years-old to take part in the library’s Tiny Tunes program.

For half an hour, librarian Linda Kelley interacted with the youngsters offering up stories, songs and rhymes.

This was a different kind of entertainment and play from today’s most common play for children which involves electronic toys.

Everyone who attended the event enjoyed the stories, songs and rhymes.

The Tiny Tunes program at the library ended this past Wednesday, however, Kelly says the program will most likely be offered again next winter.

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