Renaissance Centre’s bedtime story reading series continues on Facebook

From the Town of Wake Forest for the WSJ30.com

The Wake Forest Renaissance Centre and Page 158 Books bedtime story reading series continues on the Renaissance Centre Facebook page for children 10 and under.

The reading series, which started on Oct. 12, with a schedule of 12 popular bedtime stories, still has eight to go.

On Mondays at 7 p.m., through Dec. 28, “Storytime Online” has featured the reading of popular bedtime stories by actors from Forest Moon Theater (FMT), Wake Forest Mayor Vivian Jones and members of the board of commissioners.

Stories remaining are:

  • Nov. 9 – Brave Enough for Two, read by Commissioner Adam Wright
  • Nov. 16 – Colby and the First Day Ever, read by FMT’s Kelly Hunter
  • Nov. 23 – Adrian Simcox Does Not Have a Horse, read by Mayor Vivian Jones
  • Nov. 30 – In a Jar, read by FMT’s Tom Gregus
  • Dec. 7 – Santa Bruce, read by Commissioner Chad Sary
  • Dec. 14 – Simon and the Bear, read by Commissioner Liz Simpers
  • Dec. 21 – The Polar Express, read by Commissioner Jim Dyer
  • Dec. 28 – Sulwe, read by FMT’s Aya Wallace

The day after each storybook reading is posted on the Renaissance Centre Facebook page, it will be made available on the Renaissance Centre website at www.wakeforestrencen.org/education/arts-education.

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