Celebrate Spring at the Library with “Zendor the Comedy Magician”
Are you suffering from a case of spring fever: thinking our recent forty-degree temperatures are balmy and itching to let go of your bulky coats and winter boots?
Looking for a place to go to get out of the house? We have the cure for what ails you at the T. B. Scott Library: fun and lots of it!
Kick-off the start of spring with us on Thursday, March 19 at 6 p.m., when we host another in our series of Family Fun Night offerings featuring Bob Wigent, aka Zendor the Magician.
Bob Wigent, (Zendor), is a successful entertainer who recently relocated to our community. He mixes magic with zany comedy in the “Zendor Show”. Be prepared to be mesmerized and make magical memories you’ll be certain to treasure! Then join us once again on April 23 when John Duggleby presents: “Boogie in the Barnyard”, an interactive musical review for children.
Family Fun Night programs are “Scott Free” and offer families who may not be able to avail themselves of daytime programming an opportunity to enjoy the Library with their children in the early evening.
“We have received strong support from the community for our Family Fun Night events,” stated Carolyn Forde, Youth Services Librarian at T.B. Scott, “Drawing audiences of all ages and numbering up to eighty folks. We hope the Merrill area community will celebrate the return of gentler weather by joining us again in March and April for these performances.”
For more information about Family Fun Night, please contact Carolyn Forde, Youth Services Librarian at 715-536-7191 or e-mail Carolyn at email@example.com.