Government

Children’s Storyboard in the Park

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Mayor Menna recently cut the ribbon showing off Red Bank Library's new permanent Children’s Storyboard walk on the shaded perimeter of Riverside Gardens Park.

The storyboard is expected to be changed every month.

Take a look at the picture carousel to view this month’s story.

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Also, check out the video of the Red Bank Council recognizing National Library Week and the staff that makes it work: click here.

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