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The Franklin County Public Libraries Hosts The Moogician
July 17 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
The Franklin County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program is excited to host a fun and fascinating program The Moogician on Monday, July 17th at 11:00 AM at the Eastpoint Branch Library and at 2:00 PM at the Carrabelle Branch Library. Library programs are free and open to the public and participants do not need a library card to participate.
This program is a non-stop, quick-moving, high-energy show featuring Todd Charles as The Moogician. Todd Charles has been a comedy-variety entertainer all of his life. He loves performing, and it shows!
His original and refreshing material combines magic, juggling, music, and comedy. Milk appears, disappears, switches places, pours, and doesn’t pour. Cheese balls appear, multiply, bounce around and juggle. Audience participants become superstars. “Dairy-Ann” the cow keeps producing milk, and at the very end, she’s spinning around Todd’s head with her barnyard friends. One of the wildest and funniest routines you’ll ever see! Add some good down-home banjo pickin’, and you have one mootastic show!
Franklin County Public Library Eastpoint Branch is located at 160 Hickory Dip Rd, Eastpoint, FL. For more information about Eastpoint Library activities, contact the Eastpoint Branch Library at (850) 670-8151. The Carrabelle Branch Library is located at 311 St. James Ave. SE (Hwy 98), Carrabelle. For more information on Carrabelle activities, call the Carrabelle Branch at (850) 697-2366. Or go to https://fcpl.wildernesscoast.org/summer-reading.
The Summer Reading Program is sponsored by the Friends of the Franklin County Public Libraries. Friends of Franklin County Public Libraries is a 501(c)(3) organization that supports the Franklin County Public Libraries in Eastpoint and Carrabelle, Florida.
Summer Reading is an annual program that brings children, teens, and families into local public libraries for reading and activities. The benefits to readers in a summer reading program include encouraging a lifelong reading habit, attracting reluctant readers through activities, helping children keep their skills up over the summer, and generating interest in the library and books plus the program can provide great summer fun and an opportunity for family time.