ALACHUA COUTY ‒ Join library staff for outdoor stories and songs as Story Time on the Green begins again on Jan. 11.

Librarians and library staff will read tales and lead activities perfect for infants through five-year-olds at library green spaces and parks throughout Alachua County. Join in songs, finger plays, and story boards to spark your child's imagination and communication and reading skills.

Parents and families can bring blankets and chairs to spread out. Story Time on the Green will be held at 10:30 a.m., weather permitting (at least 50°) at various library location.

On Tuesdays, activities will be held at Lois Forte Park, 120 N.W. 260th Street, Newberry, with the Newberry Branch team.

On Wednesdays, activities will be held in Hawthorne, Archer and High Springs. The Hawthorne Branch is located at 6640 S.E. 221St Street, Hawthorne, Wilson Robinson Park, 13975 S.W. 174th Street, Archer, with the Archer Branch team and High Springs Farmers Market, 23517 N.W. 185th Road, High Springs, with the High Springs Branch team.

On Thursdays, activities will be held in Waldo and Alachua. The Waldo Branch is located at 15150 N.E. US Highway 301, Waldo and Alachua’s location will be at the Legacy Park Multipurpose Center playground, 15400 Peggy Road, Alachua, with the Alachua Branch team.

On Saturdays, activities will be held in Micanopy. Park by the fire station, corner of Northeast Cholokka Blvd. and Northeast 7th Ave., Micanopy, with the Micanopy Branch team.

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