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Large Meeting Room A&B
Drop in for our year-round short program of stories, songs, and rhymes followed by playtime. Ages 0-2 with a grownup.
Kids ages 4 and up can learn yoga poses and breathing techniques and feel relaxed and energized afterward. No experience needed. Please bring a large bath towel or yoga mat with you and wear comfortable clothes. Parents need to stay in the room with children through grade 2.
Othello, 1965, not rated, 165 min. - Laurence Olivier stars in this epic production of lies, deceit and, most of all, vengeance. Members of The Shakespeare Project will be on hand for discussion.
CUB staff will review home landline and cell telephone bills and recommend ways to cut costs. On average, folks save $200 per year by making simple changes. You may bring a cell phone bill but more specific advice will be given for a landline. CUB will review one bill per adult. First come, first served. You will be given a number at arrival; be prepared to wait your turn. Registration recommended. Drop-in between 10am and 2 pm. CUB has capped this event at 60 people.
Ms Joanna is back to share stories and songs in Polish (with a bit of English). This storytime is for ages 3 and up together with a parent or caregiver.
Stevenson School Family Literacy Night