The Drumheller Public Library is gearing up for their new Christmas program, Jingle Tales.
"Monday through Friday next week and the week after at 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. so you have time to dash over from work and dash back. We have guests from the community coming each day to read their favourite Christmas stories for half an hour to anyone that wants to stop by," stated Emily Hollingshead, Director of Library Services.
Anyone is welcome to stop by to have a read or listen to a their favourite Christmas story and discover some new ones as well. 
Jingle Tales will be running until Friday, December 23.
"Come bring your lunch, have a listen and bring your kids. It is just going to be a really great time at the library," explained Rose Poulson, Senior Services Coordinator. 
"Emily has brought in a bunch of extra Christmas stories. The classic Christmas story The Night Before Christmas, which we read every Christmas Eve, and we have a farm tales one that is cute, I think I will bring it," added Poulson.
For more information on the Jingle Tales program, follow this link.

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