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Storytimes help parents foster a lifelong love of books and reading in their children. Storytime is not only fun for children, but also informative and engaging for the parents who attend with them. Different storytimes focus on different age groups, but every storytime helps children and parents bond by participating in healthy, enriching activities together.

Introducing a special new playtime for North Arlington! Bring your little ones (birth to 3-years-old) for a morning of stories, songs, and rhymes to help their brains grow! Make new friends before and after while your child plays with various learning and fun toys. Find out which time fits for you!

10:15-10:40 a.m. – Toddler Activity/ Playtime
10:45-11:15 a.m. – Toddler & Baby music & movement storytime
11:15-11:45 a.m. – Baby Playtime

Start your weekend early on Friday, September 10 at Noon at the  Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library   with your very own story time. Bring a bag lunch and sit back and enjoy a short story being read to you.

Being read to is a rare pleasure. It not only stimulates the mind, but invigorates the imagination. Bring your lunch, a friend, and/or a pillow to this unique event.

While I won't unveil which story you will be treated to on this fair afternoon, there are many great collections of short stories that make excellent read aloud material.

SHIBA is a program of  the State Insurance Division, sponsored by Multnomah County.  Highly-trained volunteer counselors assist people with Medicare (or new to Medicare) with education about making the best use of their benefits.  In hour-long appointments SHIBA volunteers help people compare insurance options, untangle paperwork and problems, appeal benefit denials, and report Medicare fraud.

You’ve worked hard your whole life, now is the time to relax. With beautiful scenery and a variety of activities, Western Michigan is the place to go. With art, culture, activities, food and drinks, there is something for everyone. Learn all about what Western Michigan has to offer here.

If your loved one is in need of specialized care, you may want to take care of them on your own. You may be considering in-home care, but keep in mind, it comes at a price. There are a lot of hidden costs that you may be unaware of, not to mention the physical and emotional toll it may take on you. Educate yourself on in-home care with these tips.

As your parent or loved one ages, there may come a time when you will need to care for him or her. While caring for your senior loved one may seem straightforward, it often requires quite a bit of planning. Here are a few recommended steps you should follow.

Storytimes help parents foster a lifelong love of books and reading in their children. Storytime is not only fun for children, but also informative and engaging for the parents who attend with them. Different storytimes focus on different age groups, but every storytime helps children and parents bond by participating in healthy, enriching activities together.

Introducing a special new playtime for North Arlington! Bring your little ones (birth to 3-years-old) for a morning of stories, songs, and rhymes to help their brains grow! Make new friends before and after while your child plays with various learning and fun toys. Find out which time fits for you!

10:15-10:40 a.m. – Toddler Activity/ Playtime
10:45-11:15 a.m. – Toddler & Baby music & movement storytime
11:15-11:45 a.m. – Baby Playtime

Start your weekend early on Friday, September 10 at Noon at the  Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library   with your very own story time. Bring a bag lunch and sit back and enjoy a short story being read to you.

Being read to is a rare pleasure. It not only stimulates the mind, but invigorates the imagination. Bring your lunch, a friend, and/or a pillow to this unique event.

While I won't unveil which story you will be treated to on this fair afternoon, there are many great collections of short stories that make excellent read aloud material.

Storytimes help parents foster a lifelong love of books and reading in their children. Storytime is not only fun for children, but also informative and engaging for the parents who attend with them. Different storytimes focus on different age groups, but every storytime helps children and parents bond by participating in healthy, enriching activities together.

Introducing a special new playtime for North Arlington! Bring your little ones (birth to 3-years-old) for a morning of stories, songs, and rhymes to help their brains grow! Make new friends before and after while your child plays with various learning and fun toys. Find out which time fits for you!

10:15-10:40 a.m. – Toddler Activity/ Playtime
10:45-11:15 a.m. – Toddler & Baby music & movement storytime
11:15-11:45 a.m. – Baby Playtime

Start your weekend early on Friday, September 10 at Noon at the  Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library   with your very own story time. Bring a bag lunch and sit back and enjoy a short story being read to you.

Being read to is a rare pleasure. It not only stimulates the mind, but invigorates the imagination. Bring your lunch, a friend, and/or a pillow to this unique event.

While I won't unveil which story you will be treated to on this fair afternoon, there are many great collections of short stories that make excellent read aloud material.

SHIBA is a program of  the State Insurance Division, sponsored by Multnomah County.  Highly-trained volunteer counselors assist people with Medicare (or new to Medicare) with education about making the best use of their benefits.  In hour-long appointments SHIBA volunteers help people compare insurance options, untangle paperwork and problems, appeal benefit denials, and report Medicare fraud.

Storytimes help parents foster a lifelong love of books and reading in their children. Storytime is not only fun for children, but also informative and engaging for the parents who attend with them. Different storytimes focus on different age groups, but every storytime helps children and parents bond by participating in healthy, enriching activities together.

Introducing a special new playtime for North Arlington! Bring your little ones (birth to 3-years-old) for a morning of stories, songs, and rhymes to help their brains grow! Make new friends before and after while your child plays with various learning and fun toys. Find out which time fits for you!

10:15-10:40 a.m. – Toddler Activity/ Playtime
10:45-11:15 a.m. – Toddler & Baby music & movement storytime
11:15-11:45 a.m. – Baby Playtime


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