TMM Project to close Summer Reading Program

By Christy Comeaux, Public Information Officer

The TMM Project Presents Say W.H.A.T. (Working Hard All Together) NOW!

Celebrate the end of the 2023 Summer Reading Program with an amazing, interactive program that features a live saxophonist, drums, step-dancing, & street dance!

Children will get a chance to move and groove while learning all about teamwork!

The programs will take place on:

Thursday, July 20: 10am – 11am – Sulphur Library, 1160 Cypress St., (337) 721-7138

Thursday, July 20: 2pm – 3pm – DeQuincy Library, 102 N. Pine St., (337) 721-7087

Friday, July 21: 2pm – 3pm – Central Library, 301 W. Claude St., (337) 721-7117

The programs are free and open to all ages. A library card is not needed to attend.

Born and raised in Louisiana, Terrance Michael Morgan, Founder/Owner of The TMM Project (The True Mission Matters Project) encourages and empowers children and teens to showcase how their own true mission matters in a positive outlet through the act of art, dance, speaking, and more.

TMM will talk about the importance of teamwork and highlight the positive impact of working hard to accomplish goals while showcasing music and dance.

Near the end of the program, they will teach some fun dance moves for all ages!

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