In this 2019 photo, The Great Gordini puts on a magic show for an avid audience during the first Storytime in the Park. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)

In this 2019 photo, The Great Gordini puts on a magic show for an avid audience during the first Storytime in the Park. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)

Storytime in the Park makes its virtual return in May

Upcoming livestream starts at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 5

Ah, spring – the birds are chirping, the cherry blossoms are blooming and stories are once more being read in the park.

After COVID-19 postponed last year’s events, Agassiz-Harrison Storytime in the Park announced on Thursday (April 29) that there will be a live, virtual reading on Wednesday, May 5 at 11 a.m.

Storytime organizers said they are planning events throughout the summer, including the May 5 reading of “If You Put A Kid In A Park.”

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Storytime in the Park is a popular summer tradition for Agassiz-Harrison, typically taking place in Pioneer Park in Agassiz and Spirit Square in Harrison Hot Springs.

For the latest about upcoming Storytime events, visit them on Facebook at facebook.com/agassizharrisonstorytimeinthepark2.


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