The Stryker Branch Library will hold "Pokémon Week: Gotta Catch ‘Em All" for kids in first through sixth grade from Monday, Aug. 9, through Friday, Aug. 13.

"Come to Stryker’s Pokécenter and Pokémart, located at the library," the Williams County Public Library said in a news release.

There will be daily activities, snacks and prizes, Monday through Thursday at 1 p.m. Activities will include Pokémon-related crafts and games. Attendees will also create their own trainer card to earn badges by finding Pokémon around town. Each day, the Pokémon will be in a different location that will be revealed during the library’s daily afternoon program.

If you miss a program, don’t worry, you can just call the library after 2 p.m. for the Pokémo’s location of the day. Badges for your trainer card will be earned by daily Pokémon finds. Pokémon Week will wrap up with a surprise program at 11 a.m. on Friday. To reward participants for their hard work catching Pokémon throughout the week.

Pokémon Week is free to attend. Registration is required by Aug. 4. To sign up, visit the Stryker Branch Library at 304 S. Defiance St., or call 833-633-7323, ext. 5.

(Information courtesy of WCPL)

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