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Story Walk 2017 is up in Downtown Columbia

This year's storybook is "The Waltz of the Scarecrow

By Ellen Zornes, President
Adair Heritage Association

The Story Walk is now up in downtown square windows and ready to be enjoyed! It begins at United Heavenly Hollow Real Estate, 306 Public Square, Columbia, KY, continues along a counter clockwise path and ends at Harris and Harris Law Office, 104 Public Square. This year's book is the delightful story, "The Waltz of the Scarecrow," by Constance W. McGeorge and Mary Whyte. Unfortunately copies of the book are no longer available but we know children of all ages will enjoy reading the story with the Squarecrows along the story walk!



This story was posted on 2017-10-06 14:42:02
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