Story-time is a free activity for children and parents to enjoy.

The Drumheller public library's Lachie McFadden is bringing back Story-time for it's 14th year.

"I think, if I add up, all the story-times' I've done; I must be in 500-600 story-times," explained McFadden who introduced the program to children he now coaches on Drumheller's Bantam Titans football team.

"I really enjoy doing it and I really enjoy my job," he said. "My Story-time starts this Friday, September 7. It's at the library from 10am-11am. It's generally for children three to five years old."

McFadden believes that Story-time can help prep young children for a classroom environment as kindergarten will be the next educational step for these youngsters.story2Storytime is sure to be exciting for the little ones!

"I love doing this with the kids. I love the enthusiasm from the kids. I like interactive kids. I like questions from the children. I like the excitement from the book after," McFadden beams as he also comments previous years have been smashing successes. "These are all good memories for me."

Story-time is this Friday, September 7 at the Drumheller public library from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. For more information, call the Drumheller public library at 403-823-1371.

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