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'Library Lego Lady' dropped off a few barrels of Legos on Friday afternoon.
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Lego Program Comes to Adams Free Library

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
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ADAMS, Mass. — What better to do on a rainy summer day than play with Legos at the Adams Free Library?
 
Jean Daley, also known as the "Library Lego Lady," dropped off a few barrels of Legos on Friday afternoon.
 
"It allows them to be creative and gives them a chance to play with each other," Children's Librarian Lyn Wilson said. "Gives them some time to have fun this summer and build something."
 
Wilson said Lego fun is part of the "Build a Better World" summer reading program. Students raise money for the Habitat for Humanity by reading books.
 
She said currently they are 20 percent toward their goal of raising $1,500.
 
Wilson said the library has also hosted a coding program this summer and other programs focused on technology and building. 
 
She said the Lego program is less direct than some of the other programs and invites kids just to explore.
 
"They can really do whatever they want here," she said. "Kids just love Legos." 
 
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