The Whidbey Daily has a story about how families can spend time together at free events at Sno-Isle libraries. The Mountlake Terrace Library is one of over twenty community libraries in the Sno-Isle system. Sno-Isle libraries serve over 650,000 residents in Snohomish and Island counties.
Here’s how Mountlake Terrace locals Kathy and Marshall Scott spend time at the library with their grandchildren:
“Are we going to storytime today, Grandma?” is a question Kathy Scott enjoys hearing often. It’s a family affair when Kathy and her husband Marshall bring their two granddaughters to the Mountlake Terrace Library for storytime.
Kathy is a frequent visitor of the library where she checks out books, movies and CDs. One day last fall, she saw a poster promoting the storytimes and she’s been attending with three-year-old Ruby and one-year-old Karilyn ever since. “It really means a lot to me to become close with my granddaughters,” remarks Kathy. “My parents were very involved with my children and that was always a real positive thing, so I feel the same way about having an impact.”
Read the entire article at the Whidbey Daily.
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