Read with a princess at the Buckley Library | Pierce County Library System

Daffodil Princesses will be visiting the local library Saturday, March 7.

This year, Buckley and White River High School is represented by Princess Shelby Collins, who was inagurated October 2019. Photo by Madison Arsanto

This year, Buckley and White River High School is represented by Princess Shelby Collins, who was inagurated October 2019. Photo by Madison Arsanto

The following is a press release from the Pierce County Library System:

Local royalty—Daffodil Princesses—will read stories to children at the Pierce County Library System on Saturday, Feb. 22, Saturday, Feb. 29, Saturday, March 7, and Saturday, March 14. Princesses will read stories, talk with children, and be available for photos at 15 libraries.

“Kids love the opportunity to engage with and listen to our local royalty,” said Pierce County Library Executive Director Georgia Lomax. “Everyone has the chance to feel like a princess!”

Read with a Princess at a Pierce County Library:

Saturday, Feb. 22, 11 a.m.

• Steilacoom Pierce County Library, 2950 Steilacoom Blvd.

Saturday, Feb. 29, 11 a.m.

• Graham Pierce County Library, 9202 224th St. E.

• Sumner Pierce County Library, 1116 Fryar Ave.

Saturday, Feb. 29, 2 p.m.

• Eatonville Pierce County Library, 205 Center St. W.

Saturday, March 7, 11 a.m.

• Buckley Pierce County Library, 123 S. River Ave.

• Summit Pierce County Library, 5107 112th St. E., Tacoma

Saturday, March 7, 2 p.m.

• Milton/Edgewood Pierce County Library, 900 Meridian E., Suite 29, Milton

• University Place Pierce County Library, 3609 Market Place W., Suite 100

Saturday, March 14, 10:30 a.m.

• Gig Harbor Pierce County Library, 4424 Point Fosdick Drive

Saturday, March 14, 11 a.m.

• Orting Pierce County Library, 202 Washington Ave. S.

• South Hill Pierce County Library, 15420 Meridian E., Puyallup

Saturday, March 14, Noon

• Tillicum Pierce County Library, 14916 Washington Ave. S.W., Lakewood

Saturday, March 14, 1:30 p.m.

• Key Center Pierce County Library, 8905 KPNW, Lakebay

Saturday, March 14, 2 p.m.

• Bonney Lake Pierce County Library, 18501 90th St. E.

• DuPont Pierce County Library, 1540 Wilmington Drive

• Parkland/Spanaway Pierce County Library, 13718 Pacific Ave. S., Tacoma

In addition, the libraries will share books and other materials, perfect for all ages.

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