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Spoon Man entertains in Colby

12:31 PM, Jul. 23, 2013  |  Comments
Jim Cruise, aka 'The Spoon Man,' entertained at the Colby Public Library on July 11 to promote the 'Dig Into Reading!' summer theme. His three shows were attended by 268 young readers and community guests. Besides providing good, clean entertainment (he never uses dirty silverware!), at the afternoon show he also conducted a workshop on playing spoons. The evening show included a segment on 'The Flaming Spoons of Death.' The library purchased his book and instructional video for those who missed the show.
Jim Cruise, aka 'The Spoon Man,' entertained at the Colby Public Library on July 11 to promote the 'Dig Into Reading!' summer theme. His three shows were attended by 268 young readers and community guests. Besides providing good, clean entertainment (he never uses dirty silverware!), at the afternoon show he also conducted a workshop on playing spoons. The evening show included a segment on 'The Flaming Spoons of Death.' The library purchased his book and instructional video for those who missed the show.
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