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Goldeyes players to visit local libraries

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What do you get when you cross books with a baseball?

Several branches of the Winnipeg Public Library will host members of the Winnipeg Goldeyes on Tues., Aug. 12 between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m., when team members will show their support for children’s literacy by reading stories, meeting fans, answering questions and signing autographs.

Interested individuals are asked to call their host branch to register.

The libraries on the list include Louis Riel (1168 Dakota St. — 204-986-4568); Charleswood (5014 Roblin Blvd. — 204-986-3072); Fort Garry (1360 Pembina Hwy. 204-986-4910); Munroe (489 London St. — 204-986-3736); Pembina Trail (2724 Pembina Hwy. — 204-986-4370); St. James-Assiniboia (1910 Portage Ave. — 204-986-5583); West End (999 Sargent Ave. — 204-986-4677); West Kildonan (365 Jefferson Ave. — 204-986-4384); and Westwood (66 Allard Ave. — 204-986-4742).

— Staff

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