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The Lorax at the Library
Emmaus Public Library will be the site of a recreation of the Truffula Trees as Children’s Librarian Martha Vines reads Dr. Seuss’ story, “The Lorax,” and children from the audience play the story, led by Corrine Durdock, creative dramatics teacher.
Children (and adults who want to join in) will create the forest of Truffula Trees. They’ll join in the happy song of the Swomee-Swans, become frisky Brown Bar-be-loots and splash around like Humming Fish.
See what happens to the forest and learn what we can do as those in charge of future forests by attending the April 14 program.
The program welcomes children of all ages but children 5 years old and under should be accompanied by an adult.
No registration is required.
More About Emmaus Public Library
Books, audiobooks, music and movies are available to borrow at the Emmaus Public Library, founded in 1966. Although it stands right along Main Street, behind the gateway to the heart of Emmaus, this treasure house of knowledge is too easily overlooked by thousands of people who drive by every day. The one-level building is tucked away behind the trees in its large front yard. Its parking-lot entrance is off Ridge Street, not Main. In addition to Emmaus residents, the library serves those who live in nearby Upper Milford Township and Macungie. Overcrowded in all areas, the library is raising money to expand; groundbreaking is tentatively scheduled for June 2011.