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Monday, October 26, 2015

Students Can Spend the Night at the Orange Library


Orange, New Jersey: Students in Orange could begin Halloween morning at the Orange Public Library as part of a new program. The Read-In event will allow middle school students to sleep in the library from Friday, October 30th to Saturday, October 31st. Admission to the event, which will be supervised by staff, is free. Dinner and breakfast will be served, and there will be tours of the library, video presentations, games, scavenger hunts, competitions, and more. In addition, attendees will create videos for Channel 35, Orange's public access station. The registration deadline is October 27th. The event will be sponsored by the Orange Public Library, the Orange Housing Authority, and the City of Orange. Click here to learn more, or call library director Timur Davis at (973) 673-0153.

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