CLARK, NJ – What does Clark’s Police Chief have in common with seeing-eye dogs and music-making? They have all been the spotlight of Community Helpers Story Time at the Clark Library this summer.
According to library staff, story time has become extra special for children since the library started inviting people from various professions to come meet and read to children. During their time visitors share information about their jobs and role in the community so children can learn about different helpers in their communities. The visiting helpers round out their time with the kids reading a book.
In June, Kismit and Nessa, both seeing-eye dogs were on hand at the June session. Clark Police Chief Pedro Matos was the special guest at the July story time. A recent August story time, gave children and their families a chance to hear a story and learn about making music.
For more information about programs and events at the Clark Library, check out their community calendar.
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