Monday, February 11, 2013
Birmingham Public Library a Family Place Library presents 1-2-3 Play with Me at the Central Library Youth Department
Playing with your baby is not only important for bonding, but is also an educational experience for your child. We are providing a special time and place for you to come to the library and spend one-on-one time playing with your child. 1-2-3 Play with Me, a five-week program, is for children birth through age 3 and their parents/caregivers. We will have toys, books, and art activities just for you and your child. Also, we have invited special guests from the community to join us each week to answer your questions about parenting.
Join the Central Library Youth Department every Tuesday, February 12-March 12, 2013, from 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Registration is encouraged. Call 226-3655 for more information.
Visit Birmingham365 for the 1-2-3 Play with Me schedule for these BPL branches: Springville Road, Avondale, Five Points West, and North Birmingham.
Submitted by Katie Williams
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