CANCELLED: Read and Play (3.5-5 years)

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Jan/Wed/2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

CANCELLED: Read and Play (3.5-5 years)

Pawling Free Library and Library Annex
Phone:845-855-3444
Address: 11 Broad St., Pawling, NY 12564

This program has been cancelled. For more information, please visit our informational page. 


 

Wednesdays, 1:00-2:00 pm – Ms. Neena

This program starts in the main library and ends in the library annex.

We love stories! Each week, we will dive into gorgeous picture books and have fun making connections to what we read. Program includes art or sensory activity, songs, and more. All activities designed to help foster a love of reading and prepare children for kindergarten.

Caregivers must remain in the library with children who are not fully potty trained.

Interested in joining? Visit our registration portal online or stop by the circulation desk.

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