Meservey Public Library hopes to increase toddler story-time attendance numbers

A young girl enjoys time with toys before the story reading commences. MIDDLE: Clapping along to songs was a hit for the kids! RIGHT: Children,a variety of ages, enjoyed the library's event. SAVANNAH HOWE

The libraries of small communities are always seeking new opportunity to attract their goal number of patrons, and Meservey Public Library Director Chelsea Price is hopeful that community parents will continue to bring their tots to the facility's monthly toddler story-time.

Price has been offering the youth-oriented event since last summer, she stated. During the warm months, the story-time is offered once a week. In the winter, she has reduced the frequency to once a month.

Read the full story in the March 8 edition.