The Thomaston Public Library will host the second in a series of monthly programs called Saturday Family Story Hour on Feb. 20 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.

Each month a representative from a Thomaston board, department or committee will read a selection of stories to children of all ages in the newly renovated children’s room. The community gathering is an opportunity for families and the elected and appointed Thomaston officers to share a fun hour together.

Bill Hahn will host the Saturday Family Story Hour on Feb. 20. Hahn is currently the chairman of the Thomaston Board of Selectmen, and has been a resident of Thomaston for most of his life; he is the fourth generation of his family to reside in Thomaston. His interests include skiing, music and reading. He is a true believer in the value, comfort and enlightenment that reading can provide, and thus is a supporter of the library and the family story hour.

Hahn will read from some of his favorite Maine authors, including titles such as “Beau Beaver Goes to Town” and “The Dump Man’s Treasures.” Down East Books in Rockport has generously donated some of these books to the library.

Future programs scheduled for the third Saturday of each month include police Chief Kevin Haj on March 20, Academy Board of Trustees Chairman Henry Carey on April 17 and Town Manager Valmore Blastow on May 15.