Yukon library hosts comedian

Highlights children's summer reading program

Jacob Ruiz and comedian Keith Coast sing the song “Two is Better than One” during the comedy act. (Photo by Cara Pattison)

The Keith Coast Comedy Show was the featured activity Tuesday, June 20 for the Children’s Summer Reading program at the Mabel C. Fry Public Library, 1200 Lakeshore.

Weekly activities for youth – from preschoolers through teens – are offered throughout the summer at the Yukon library. Advanced registration is required.

For more information, call (405) 354-8232 or text (405) 252-9288.

Learn more about upcoming library activities by clicking on the Mabel C. Fry Public Library link at www.yukonok.gov

Second grader Nate Pillmore falls for the old broken wand trick during the magic show. (Photo by Cara Pattison)
Six-year-old Adam Elkins (front) and sisters Chaley (8) and Castyn (9) Ewers (back) sing along and do the hand motions to the old song, Skinamarinky Dinky Dink, at the close-out of the comedy show. (Photo by Cara Pattison)
Second grader Kennedy Blackburn puts on her “thinking face” with comedian Keith Coast. (Photo by Cara Pattison)
Gunnar Wilkowske raises his hand to volunteer for the Keith Coast comedy show on June 20 at the Mabel C. Fry Public Library. (Photo by Cara Pattison)
Comedian Keith Coast and volunteer Navaeh Philip joke with each other on-stage. (Photo by Cara Pattison)
On-stage volunteers Heidi McBroom and Violet Anderson do the hand motions to the “Itsy Bitsy Spider”. (Photo by Cara Pattison)