The Livermore Public Library will present storyteller Olga Loya, on Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at 2:30 pm, at the Rincon Branch Library, located at 725 Rincon Avenue, Livermore. Storyteller Olga Loya presents, “Singing and Dancing through Stories,” one of many variety performances offered during the library’s 2014 Summer Reading Program.
“Singing and Dancing through Stories,” demonstrates how the culture of Latin America is passed on through personal stories about family and life, stories about community, stories about taking responsibility, stories about building character. Celebrate through dancing and singing as you hear folk tales, personal stories and myths.
This free performance, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, will be held outside, with the audience to be seated on tarps. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early for best parking and viewing opportunities and to bring appropriate sun gear. Summer Reading Programs are geared toward children ages 4 and older.
The Livermore Public Library’s Summer Reading Program is a free program featuring special events and prizes for all ages. Scheduled programs throughout the summer include storytimes, crafts, music concerts, juggling, magic, storytellers and a wildlife presentation. Pick up a 2014 Summer Reading calendar of events at any of the library’s three locations. For further information, please call 925-373-5504, or visit the library’s website http://www.livermorelibrary.net/.