photo courtesy of Phil Kampel photography
SACRAMENTO, CA - Help promote literacy in our community at the 2nd annual Sacramento READS! Celebration of Literacy Fair!
The Celebration of Literacy Fair will provide resources for parents and students as they prepare for the new school year. Centered on early childhood literacy, the event will include reading-relevant activities and training for parents. Plus free educational prizes will be raffled such as a Kindle Fire and children's books!
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson will also be present to give some inspirational words on the importance of reading and the Sacramento READS! Campaign.
In addition, the Fair will also be an opportunity for volunteers to make a difference. Sacramento Reads! will be recruiting new volunteers for 14 Sacramento READS! tutoring sites within the city.
The event takes place on Thursday August 23rd from 5:30-7:30pm at Fairytale Town in Sacramento.
Admission into the park is absolutely free and includes catered BBQ!
Visit News10 at the News10 booth and sit in our 'mock studio.' Get in front of the camera and share with us why reading is important to you! You never know, your message may appear on-air on News10!
Sacramento READS! is a ten-year initiative with a vision of making Sacramento the first city in the country to have every third grader reading on grade level by the end of third grade. The campaign focuses on three main goals, school readiness, school attendance, and summer learning loss.
To learn more and register, visit the Sacramento READS! website at www.sacramentoreads.com.