First-grade teacher Melissa Withrow, center, helps students and parents play a game of Upwords during Family Reading Night on Jan. 29. Sequim Gazette photos by Michael Dashiell

First-grade teacher Melissa Withrow, center, helps students and parents play a game of Upwords during Family Reading Night on Jan. 29. Sequim Gazette photos by Michael Dashiell

Creativity, competition at Family Reading Night

From arts and crafts to music and a cupcake-inspired activity, Sequim School District’s annual Family Reading Night was once again all about finding ways to help local youths explore the world of reading in a variety of forms.

The all-ages event, hosted by teacher-librarians Elizabeth Lawson, Linsay Rapelje, Dena Riccobene and Sheri Kruckeberg, saw free and fun-filled evening of games, activities, crafts, door prizes and books fill Sequim Middle School on Wednesday, Jan. 29.

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