Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Brings Reading With Ringling Bros. Library Reading Program To Savannah

Library Reading Program Allows Kids to DREAM BIG and Earn Circus Tickets! Monday, January 6th at May St. YMCA and Tuesday, January 7th Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club

 
 

Kids, are you interested in reading some cool library books? Are you interested in earning a circus ticket at the same time? On Monday, January 6, 2014 and Tuesday, January 7, 2014 the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey and area libraries will be hosting some serious fun with Reading with Ringling Bros.! Participating libraries in Savannah include the May St. YMCA Branch of Live Oak Public Libraries and Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club. Other area libraries include: Allendale – Hampton – Jasper Regional Library System, Beaufort County Library System, and the Three Rivers Library System. For a complete list of the 20 participating libraries, visit www.ReadingWithRingling.com.

The reading program is easy and fun for kids to participate. The best part is that kids can earn a Ringling Bros. circus ticket by simply doing their library reading! Children from ages two to 12 simply need to enroll with the librarian, who will give kids everything to start their library reading.

This unique library reading program will encourage children not only to read, but also to discover, dream and learn! For more, visit www.ReadingWithRingling.com.

Want to learn what it takes to soar on the flying trapeze or just what goes into those cream pies that the clowns throw? Or maybe learn some fun facts about one of the more than

100 cities the mile-long circus train visits or how to teach your old dog a new trick? It’s easy! Just visit your local library and enjoy the magic of reading.

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey presents FULLY CHARGED will perform at January 24-27, 2013 at Savannah Civic Center. For show information, visit www.Ringling.com.


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