The Adams Free Library is hosting the Summer Reading Challenge 2021 “Tails and Tales.” In keeping with this theme, family audiences aged 4 and up are invited to register for storyteller Diane Edgecomb’s “Animal Tales.” This is an outdoor, in-person event at the Adams Council on Aging, 3 Hoosac Street in Adams. Registration is required, (413)743-8345.

Animal TalesIs the book for this event, with Oracle award-winning storyteller Diane Edgecomb. Who has the best tales in the world? Animals do! From folktales about adventurous monkeys to a true tale of a neighborhood squirrel that drives everyone nuts we’ll have tons of participatory fun with Diane’s engaging stories about four-legged capers.

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Diane is known for transforming into the characters in her tales, bringing stories to vibrant life. Whether appearing live or coming to her audiences via beautifully recorded videos and/or live-Zoom events, Diane’s warmth and invitation to participate brings today’s family audiences right into the heart of the story.Diane is the winner of the Oracle Award for Storytelling Excellence in the Northeast as well as five Storytelling World awards.

This event will be outdoors, Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2:00 p.m. Adams Council on Aging, 3 Hoosac Street. Part of “Tails & Tales” Library Summer Reading

“Tails and Tales” is sponsored by the Adams Free Library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Cultural Council of Northern Berkshire, a local agency that is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency. Additional funding was provided by the Friends of the Adams Free Library.

Questions? Call the Adams Free Library at (413)743-8345 or visit the library’s website www.adamslibraryma.org for more information.

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