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Library FunFest returns to rec park after 2 year hiatus

After two years in which Covid concerns prevented it from occurring, the Adams County Library System kicked off its Summer Quest summer learning program on Friday afternoon at the annual FunFest in the Gettysburg Rec Park.

Over 2,000 kids, parents, and other residents filled the park with activities to help children get a positive start on learning during summer 2022.

The afternoon was filled with balloons, face painting, food, milkshakes, hotdogs, music, and more.

The library encourages children and families to visit any of its branches to learn more about Summer Quest.

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  • Congratulations to the Library & volunteers & participating agencies. The kids had a fun and creative afternoon.

    • Thank you, for being a volunteer at FunFest! We did have a great time and I look forward to next year.

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