Reading Riot: Bealeton Library TAG Spring Gardening

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TAG teens planing flowers in garden pots

For the past two years, the Bealeton Teen Advisory Group (TAG) and the Cedar Run Garden Club have teamed up to refresh the library garden and create a welcoming and beautiful entrance for library patrons.

To honor Earth Day in April, TAG will continue the tradition this month by replacing flower pots and replanting flowers at the Bealeton library.

But you don’t have to be a TAG member to participate. All young adults in 6th grade and above are invited to help with our annual planting project. Participants will dig in, literally and figuratively, to the Bealeton garden once again creating a welcome splash of colorful fresh flowers.

Funding for the project is generously provided by the Friends of the Library each year.

Bealeton branch library – 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 14

If you’re still looking for ways to give back to the community, consider volunteering to help with the summer reading program. Applications are now available and will be accepted through April 30.

Ann McDuffie, Youth Services, Bealeton branch library

For book lists, program highlights and staff suggestions for young adult readers published prior to January 2015, visit Reading Riot, our blog about the best books, events and websites for teen.

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