LE ROY – Woodward Memorial Library, 7 Wolcott St., will kick off its summer reading program with a community-wide celebration tonight.

The library is presenting a “Spot-A-Truck Parade” in place of a traditional gathering at the library. The event begins at 6 p.m.

The parade is expected to feature a variety of trucks from hometown heroes, the library said.

Patrons are encouraged to find a place along the parade route, which includes both the village and town, to see how many different trucks they can spot. Waving and cheering is encouraged.

The parade will begin on Wolcott Street heading towards Clay Street. It will then continue on Clay Street, left on Main Street, right on Kenney Road, right on Quinlan Road, right on West Bergen Road, right on Lake Street, left on Main Street, right on Asbury Road, right on Harris Road, right on South Street, left on Main Street, left on Wolcott Street.

Those wishing to sign up for the library’s summer reading programs and reading challenge may do so through the library’s website, http://www.woodwardmemoriallibrary.org/.

The library reopened this week for limited services. Those services include browsing, checkout and computer usage, which is limited to one 30-minute session per day. No seating, meetings or play is allowed at this time.

Patrons must wear a face mask at all times. Items may be returned only to the book drop.

Patrons may still call ahead to order items for pickup.

Library hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays.

For more information, call (585) 768-8300.

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