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July 5, 2013

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JOHNSTOWN —

Reading right

The annual summer reading program, “Dig Into Reading,” will be held through July 27 at Windber Public Library,

1909 Graham Ave.

The program is open to children from preschool to grade 6 as of May, and the goal is to read as many books as possible during the free four-week program.  

Children will need cards from the library and must read books from the library’s collection.  

Only those books returned in person will be counted toward the goal.

Special programs held at 10:30 a.m. Fridays will feature digging, today; dinosaurs, July 12; and coal, July 19.  

There will be stories, educational talks and crafts along with prize drawings for those in attendance who earn tokens for each book read during the summer reading program.  

Registration is required, and forms may be picked up at the library.

Information: 467-4950.

Beat goes on

A drum circle will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Bottle Works Ethnic Arts Center, 411 Third Ave. in the Cambria City section of Johnstown.

Those interested in joining the circle do not need experience in music to participate.

Facilitator Rachel Allen is trained in West African, Middle Eastern and many other cultural traditions.

The cost is $5 per person.

Information: 536-5399.

Comic bard

“Twelfth Night,” the 23rd annual production of Band of Brothers Shakespeare Company, will be presented Thursday and July 12-13 and 17 to 20 at the main pavilion in Stackhouse Park, Westmont.

General admission is $10, and tickets are $7 for students, seniors and military.

Information: www.BandofBrothersShakespeare.org.

Outdoor music

The 35th free summer Concerts on the Green will feature the Civic Concert Band from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Community Arts Center of Cambria County, 1217 Menoher Blvd., Westmont.

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Summer Music on the Square concert series will feature the Baltimore Mandolin Quartet performing old fashioned music at 2 p.m. Sunday at the gazebo in downtown Bedford.

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