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Monstrous day planned in Langley
There’s a monstrous opportunity in Langley for children Saturday.
With all the backhoes, drills, rocks and dirt covering Second Street, the city worked with the overseeing company, KPG Inc., to allow children to see and climb on the massive rigs.
The event, sponsored by the Langley Main Street Association, the South Whidbey Commons and Moonraker Books, is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 22 on Second Street. Several events are planned. Children who wear a monster costume get a child-size hard hat. There will be a coloring contest with a Tonka truck as a prize. The Commons has “monsteroni and cheese” planned as a meal, and Greenbank resident and author Deb Lund will read from her children’s book, “Monsters on Machines,” at 11:45 a.m. She will also do an autograph session from noon to 1 p.m. at Moonraker Books on First Street.