With summer reading signups coming to a close, the Santa Clara Library announced that as of July 8, over 5,000 people have signed up for the program – 3,000 kids, 950 teens, and over 1,000 adults. To continue entertaining participants of the program – and the general public – Alison Faith Levy and the Big Time Tot Rock band, a newcomer to Family Fun Night, took over the Central Part Pavilion stage for the Monday night show. Singing songs about cupcakes, baby anteaters, driving, and growing up, Levy kept kids moving and wiggling around. Visit www.alisonfaithlevy.com for more information. Monday, July 15 is the final Family Fun Night performance, and the library and Keypoint Credit Union will welcome magician, juggler, and comedian Owen Baker-Flynn. The show starts at 7 p.m. Visit www.ob-f.com for more information.
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