|Prime Time for families to read at Omaha Public Library|
|September 19, 2012|
Families who enjoy reading together are invited to Charles B. Washington Branch, South Omaha Library and Willa Cather Branch this fall. PRIME TIME FAMILY READING® is a six-week shared reading experience to help families discover great stories together. Each week, a storyteller will read aloud and discuss books.
Nutritious meals will be served at each session. With prior notice, free transportation to and from the Library will be available for those who need it. There is no charge for any of the PRIME TIME activities. Families with children ages 6-10 are encouraged to register by calling or visiting their preferred branch. Activities will be provided for younger siblings.
PRIME TIME is sponsored by the Nebraska Humanities Council with funding from the State of Nebraska through the Nebraska Cultural Endowment. Funders include Lincoln Financial Foundation, Carol Gendler, Omaha Public Library Foundation and Friends of Omaha Public Library. The Nebraska Humanities Council is a private, statewide, non-profit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Visit omahalibrary.org for more information on PRIME TIME and other literacy programs at Omaha Public Library’s 12 locations.