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Extreme Yo-Yo takes over the Wichita Falls Public Library

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WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

An Extreme Yo-Yo show took over the  Wichita Falls Public Library Wednesday afternoon. 

Kids of all ages showed up to watch Val Oliver, a past Minnesota State Yo-Yo champion show off her skills. 

"It's so fun to see them succeed, you know when I teach them how to yoyo they say I can't do it, I can't do it. and then all of a sudden they light up and say I did it, I did it. So I just enjoy it very much." said Val Oliver.

After the exciting show kiddos got a chance to take part in a free hands on Yo-Yo clinic. So they could have fun and even learn a few tricks to show off to their friends. 

If you want to learn more about other upcoming events you can give the WF Public Library youth desk a call at ( 940) 767-0868.

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