Photo courtesy Pierce County Library System.

Photo courtesy Pierce County Library System.

Daffodil princesses appear at local libraries

Bonney Lake and Sumner have their events April 27, while Buckley will host its royalty May 4.

Local Daffodil Princesses will be reading stories to children at Pierce County Library System libraries on Saturday, April 27, and Saturday, May 4.

“Imagine spending time with a real-life princess!” said Pierce County Library System’s Executive Director Georgia Lomax in a press release. “The Daffodil Princesses will read and talk with children, giving them genuine attention. The kids love this close encounter with our local royalty.”

The Eatonville, Orting, Summit, and Sumner libraries have their events starting at 11 a.m. on April 27, with the Fife library event beginning at noon, and the Bonney Lake, Graham, Key Center, Milton Edgewood, and DuPoint libraries’ events starting at 2 p.m.

On May 4, the Buckley, Steilacoom, and University Place libraries are hosting their events at 11 a.m., the Tillicum library at noon, and the Gig Harbor, Parkland/Spanaway, and South Hill libraries’ events starting at 2 p.m.


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