CRESTVIEW — In the Summer Stories meeting July 12 at the Crestview Public Library, children ages 9-14 learned about the Olympics.

They learned such things as:

●the importance of the Olympics in bring many nations together, and its focus on athletes and athletics.

●gymnasts used rhythmic dancing with ribbons and hula hoops in their routines. The class included a project for children to make their own ribbons.

The meeting also included a free ribbon making project for the children in attendance.

The Crestview library — at 1445 Commerce Drive — provides activities for children of all ages. For more information, go to the library, call 682-4432, or see the website at www.cityofcrestview.org/library.php.