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Literacy Coalition Presents ‘Story Time Music and Puppets’ At Oswego Farmers’ Market

Kathy King and her brother, Rick Reynolds, will perform “Story Time Music & Puppets” at 5:30 p.m. at the Aug. 20 Oswego Farmers’ Market, courtesy of the Literacy Coalition of Oswego County.

“We know that children and their families will be delighted by this presentation,” said Betty Maute, LCOC managing partner and Fulton Public Library director. “They bring stories to life with both music and their enchanting puppets. Children are encouraged to interact with them while they sing and tell their stories and Kathy has written a number of records for MacMillan Publishing’s Sing and Learn series.”

Kathy King, and her brother, Rick Reynolds, will perform “Story Time Music & Puppets” at 5:30 p.m. at the Aug. 20 Oswego Farmers’ Market, courtesy of the Literacy Coalition of Oswego County (LCOC). “We know that children and their families will be delighted by this presentation,” said Betty Maute, LCOC managing partner and Fulton Public Library director. “They bring stories to life with both music and their enchanting puppets. Children are encouraged to interact with them while they sing and tell their stories, and Kathy has written a number of records for MacMillan Publishing’s Sing and Learn series.” For more details about LCOC, visit their website at oswegocounty.com, or find them on Facebook under Literacy Coalition of Oswego County.
Kathy King and her brother, Rick Reynolds, will perform “Story Time Music and Puppets” at 5:30 p.m. at the Aug. 20 Oswego Farmers’ Market.

For more details about LCOC, visit oswegocounty.com, or find them on Facebook under Literacy Coalition of Oswego County.

Kathy, who coordinates story hour and craft at the Fulton Public Library, will also be bringing a craft project for children to enjoy at the LCOC free book table.

“The goal of The Literacy Coalition of Oswego County is to empower our community to build literacy in a collaborative, inclusive and comprehensive manner,” said Jon Spaulding, LCOC president. “The coalition is dedicated to supporting and expanding literacy services so that people can work, the economy can grow, families can thrive, and our community can prosper.”

The LCOC is a growing coalition of more than 36 local organizations. These organizations work together to address the literacy needs of people of all ages.