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Woodstock library offers programs for adults, youngsters

WOODSTOCK – The Woodstock Public Library has upcoming programs for adults and children:

• "Simply Gluten Free" from 7 to 8:30 p.m. June 26. Abigail Powers from Simple Market on the Woodstock Square will share an easy-to-understand overview of celiac disease and gluten intolerance, including a discussion on nutrition and what to eat. Attendees are encouraged to bring questions.  The program will be in the meeting room of the Woodstock Pubilc Library, 414 W. Judd St.

• "Stories by Ben Rosenfield," a program for children in kindergarten through fifth grade, from 1 to 1:45 p.m. Monday. Professional storyteller Ben Rosenfield will share stories with a fun food focus, such as "Stone Soup." Rosenfield also will share his stories on July 9. Sign up for one or both; there will be new stories each time. The program is in the meeting room.

• YA Wednesday! Wii Game from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday. For teens in grades six to 12. Join the staff in the library's virtual bowling alley for an afternoon of competitive Wii bowling. Teens will battle for a variety of small prizes. There also will be 100-pin bowling open for free play and time-outs between strikes. The program will take place in the meeting room. Registration is highly recommended, but drop-ins are welcome, too.

• Summer Reading Club Registration! Children, tweens and teens, come to the library and sign up to receive your Summer Reading Club log. It is quick and easy! Program registration can be done online. Keep track of your reading minutes at home and get prizes for every three hours of reading you do!

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