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Super Why reading camps returning this summer

May. 18, 2013 @ 09:25 AM

HUNTINGTON — The Super Why reading camp, offered last summer by the Cabell County Public Library, will return in this summer.

The free camp, held in cooperation with West Virginia PBS, was popular last year, as some library locations added second weeks to accommodate the overflow of children that signed up.

All camps are 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and include a lunch. Some locations also will provide a snack.

The camp dates and locations are: June 17-21, Cox Landing; June 24-28, West Huntington; July 8-12, Main Library (downtown Huntington), Guyandotte and Salt Rock; July 15-19, Gallaher Village; July 22-26, Main Library (downtown Huntington) and Barboursville; and Aug. 12-16, Milton.

The program is designed for children ages 4-7 and includes interactive stories and crafts.

To register, call or visit your local library.