Literacy project invites kids to Halloween event
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College’s Page One Literacy Project is inviting families to come to its annual Halloween event on Saturday, Oct. 26, from noon-2 p.m. at the Swift House Inn. Page One Literacy Project is a program that visits elementary schools in Addison County weekly to read books and do crafts with the students there, promoting an overall love of literacy.
Each year, Page One hosts a Halloween event where they play Halloween games, do Halloween-themed crafts, decorate cookies and pumpkins, and read some thematic books. This is a great opportunity for families to enjoy the Halloween spirit through fun activities.
Costumes are encouraged for all ages. Organizers ask that all minors be accompanied by an adult. If there are any questions about the event, Middlebury College student Samara Scharf can be contacted through phone at 914-450-5485, or through email at [email protected]
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