"National Library Week observed here with variety of activities" by: Jessica Shepard

Bay City Sentinel photo by Jessica Shepard
Mad Scientist Katie Walls gets some laughter from a student during her science show Monday morning. The show was provided by the Friends of the Bay City Library as a reward for the top readers in all Bay City ISD elementary campuses.

   The Bay City Public Library celebrates “Family Night: Tiger Tales” as part of “National Library Week” from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, April 12.
   “Tiger Tales” features Tiger athletes along with the Tiger Pride Band and a book-based skit by the drama club members.
   The event is free and open to the public.
   After the band performance, families can get food, a special tiger-themed craft and the chance to play several games.
   “This is the first time we’ve ever had Tidehaven partner with us to do anything like this,” said library youth specialist Andrea Savage.
   “We’re encouraging everyone to come to our family night. You don’t have to be a Tidehaven Tiger just to enjoy what we’ve got going on here.”

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