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Reading program kicks off today

After looking at the weather outside you wouldn't think that it was already summer, but it is. Sort of. Today is the start of the Spokane County Library District's Youth Summer Reading Program, which has the theme of “One World, Many Stories” this year. Each library in the district, which includes the Spokane Valley, Argonne, Otis Orchards and Fairfield branches, will hold various fun events for kids and teens during the summer.

There will be book recommendations available for all reading levels and kids can keep track of how much they read. Some of the events look like fun, like the West Valley Outdoor Learning Center bringing live birds to the libraries or learning about medieval knights. There are tons of things going on, so check here for a schedule.

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Nina Culver Nina Culver covers city of Spokane Valley, Spokane Valley Fire Department, Newman Lake Fire and Rescue, Spokane County Fire District 8, Liberty Lake Police Department and the small towns of Fairfield and Rockford.

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