Interactive exhibit at Douglas County libraries promotes joy of reading

Natasha Lovato

Natasha Lovato / NewsBreak Denver

(Douglas County, Colo.) Forest of Stories is an interactive exhibit that shares the joy of stories using more than 120 decorated trees.

Open through Jan. 7 at all Douglas County Libraries locations, the exhibit is free and features some of the most well-known and loved stories like Winnie the Pooh and Harry Potter, plus favorite classics, thrillers, comedies, mysteries, and more.

Amber DeBerry, library director of community engagement, said all DougCo libraries collaborated on the exhibit to inspire a love of reading.

“Each division in DCL contributed to making this exhibit a success. It was shaped through hard work, collaboration, and a passion for our vision,” DeBerry said.

Each library features different themes alongside interactive effects like special lighting, large-scale decorations, and other attractions.

DeBerry encourages the community to visit every location to explore the wonder of stories through an immersive experience, including a scavenger hunt for ornaments with the chance to win prizes.

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