Published 9:57 am Monday, July 2, 2018

Blue cars, bright orange carrots and an array of colored monster teeth lined the tables in an activity room at the Clark County Public Library Saturday.

Play-Doh Fun ended June’s youth summer reading program activities in style.

July is slated to keep the momentum going with even more family friendly activities on the calendar.

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Today will kick off July’s activities with a “Star Wars” marathon for teens at 3:30 p.m.

Youth activities in July will also include origami, a “Hobbit” marathon, preschool dance party, teen field day, family rock painting, itty bitty yoga, musical instrument making, fairy tale fun, teen breakout games, mad science, teen zombie prom and more.

The library will be closed for the Fourth of July.

About Lashana Harney

Lashana Harney is a reporter for The Winchester Sun. Her beats include schools and education, business and commerce, Winchester Municipal Utilities and other news. To contact her, email or call 859-759-0015.

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