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Children’s Programs
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Date/Time
Monday, January 6th 2014 - All Day

Location
Yankton Library

The Yankton Community Library, 515 Walnut, will begin its winter session for two of its programs for children on January 6, 2014.

Story time for preschoolers ages two through five, will meet on Mondays at 6:30 p.m., and Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:15 a.m.   The winter session will run for twelve weeks from January 6 through March 31.   Story time introduces preschoolers to books and reading through songs, stories, finger plays, crafts and an occasional movie.  Parents or caregivers attend with their child and help assist with learning the songs and making crafts.  It is an excellent way for children to enjoy read-aloud stories, sing old and new songs, and meet new friends.  Pre-registration is not required.

Baby and Me lap sit for newborn babies through twelve months of age and their parents/ caregivers begins on January 6.  The class meets on Mondays from 11:30-11:55 a.m., January 6 through February 24.   A lap sit program is an interactive program for infants and their parents or caregivers that include songs, board books, shakers, and bubbles.  Pre-registration for this class is required.  Families may register by visiting or calling the library.

For additional information, please call 668-5275.

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