PRESTONSBURG – The Floyd County Library has provided fun games and activities for the community throughout the year. Family game night, family craft night, Lego Night; Batman and Robin even paid a visit to the library in the Batmobile. All activities are free of charge and everyone in the community is invited.
Earlier in the week, the library hosted another event. Children’s Program Director Maggie Salisbury and Adult Program Director Randy Reno work hard to create activities the community will be interested in.
On Tuesday, children enjoyed Spy Night. Participants put on a disguise such as sunglasses and mustache and played spy games. Local children had the opportunity to go through a laser maze, a balloon mine field and take fingerprints.
“This is a ton of fun,” said 12-year-old Austin Buchanan, who attends Adams Middle School. “I like watching detective shows,”
After participants played the games, everyone went downstairs to enjoy popcorn and watch the movie Spy Kids.
The Floyd County Library will host Family Movie Day on Saturday. The library invites everyone to come out to watch Miracles from Heaven at 2 p.m. on July 21. Another free movie night, featuring Batman Vs. Superman Dawn of Justice, Anime Micro Con, is slated for July 23.
The library is also set to host a drawing for tickets to a Cincinnati Reds game. The drawing will be held July 22.
For more on the Floyd County Library, visit www.fclib.org.
Andrea Saddler is a reporter for The Floyd County Times. She can be reached at (606) 886-8506.