Not-Too-Spooky Story Time

Halloween at the Rapid City Public Library

RAPID CITY, S.D. – Visitors to the Rapid City Public Library enjoyed singing, dancing and lighthearted Halloween tales.

On Wednesday, the library held their annual Not-Too-Spooky Story Time and parade. Kids of all ages attended the event dressed in their Halloween costumes.

Along with reading, the kids also sang educational songs. At the end of it all, they participated in the Spectacular-Trick-or-Treat Parade. The parade consisted of collecting candy around the library.

Janet Parr, the events coordinator, said “it’s truly just fun to see the storytellers. They kind of step outside of the realms of our normal story time and offer a number of songs and dances.”

The event has been going on for at least eight years and draws a decent sized crowd. This year, along with a storyteller, they featured a dinosaur playing the ukulele.

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