Come with your family and enjoy Storytime in the Park–a barrier free literacy program that takes place in Hope's Memorial Park in the summer months. Every Tuesday a new book is read aloud by a community member(s) and each attending family receives their own free copy of the book!
On July 17th, over 340 people came out to hear Andrew Tarrant (pastor of Hope Church of the Nazarene) and Tim Larson (program director at Camp Squeah) read Cats' Night Out by Caroline Stutson, a tale about cats dancing in the city. After the story reading, Mallory Lothian the new director of Story Time, led a trivia game for the kids which focused on safety practices. Afterwards, Rolly's Pancake House provided delicious soup for lunch.
Story Time in the Park is not just a Hope program, it also benefits children in nearby Agassiz and Boston Bar on Mondays and Wednesdays. Program Info
We hope to see you on Tuesday at 11am in Memorial Park! Arrive early to stroll around the park, mingle with friends, make new ones and stick around afterwards for lunch!