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Surrey Libraries Celebrating Family Literacy Day – Saturday January 26

Surrey – Surrey Libraries celebrates Family Literacy Day at Guildford Town Centre with the annual Surrey Kids Read event on Saturday, January 26.

Family Literacy Day is a national initiative celebrated on or around January 27 to raise awareness about the importance of families reading together and engaging in other literacy-related activities.

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There will be a full lineup of children’s entertainers and the first 200 families will receive a free copy of the book, The Reading Tree. While there, pick up a colouring sheet that you can colour and return to any Surrey Library for a free Walter & Jazzy book bag!


  • Rockin’ Children’s Entertainer Tony Prophet
  • Storytelling Magic by Silly Suzie
  • Introducing the Ta Daa Lady
  • Special Performance by Shyama-Priya
  • Face-painting, button making and more

Community booths:

  • Surrey Schools Strong Start
  • Options
  • Surrey Nature Centre
  • Surrey Community Recreation Services

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