ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — School-aged children will have the opportunity to enjoy free meals three times a week with Roanoke Public Libraries’ “Feed and Read Curbside” program, which will be moving to a new time starting Monday.
According to Roanoke Public Libraries, starting Monday, Aug. 31, the curbside Feed and Read program will offer free meals to children up to age 18 from 2 to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Officials say the Feed and Read will take place at the following branches, but attendees are asked to call their preferred branch upon their arrival:
- Belmont Branch Library at 1101 Morningside Street SE: (540) 853-2640
- Gainsboro Branch Library at 15 Patton Avenue NW: (540) 853-2540
- Main Library at 706 S. Jefferson Street: (540) 853-2955
- Melrose Branch Library at 2502 Melrose Avenue NW, Suite D: (540) 853-2648
- Raleigh Court Branch Library at 2112 Grandin Road SW: (540) 853-2240
- Williamson Road Branch Library at 3857 Williamson Road: (540) 853-2340
In addition, Roanoke Public Libraries says fresh meals will begin on Sept. 9.
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