Canyon Country Library ‘Lunch at the Library’ Program

| Community | May 31, 2019

This summer, kids and teens under the age of 18 can enjoy free summer meals and fun activities at the Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library, as part of the Santa Clarita Public Library’s Lunch at the Library program. The program will be held each week from June 10 to July 26, Monday through Friday, between noon and 1 p.m. The Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library is located at 18601 Soledad Canyon Road. Children under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult. No registration is required.

The city encourages community members to take part in this program that will nourish the bodies and minds of local youth. While children are at the library eating lunch, they can also participate in other fun activities the library puts on throughout the summer such as story time, crafts and the Summer Reading Program.

Lunch at the Library is made possible by a grant from the California State Library and a partnership with the SCV School Food Services Agency. For more information about the Lunch at the Library program, visit santaclaritalibrary.com or call (661) 259-0750.

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