New Preschool Music Program at Woonsocket Harris Public Library

 

 

Welcome to a brand new music program for ages 2-5 years!  Tunes-N-Tales Family Music & More. In this program, Anne-Marie Forer will entertain us via zoom with music and integrated movement and rhythm play for 15 minutes. Stay tuned for more as Ms. Chris will read a story and do a craft with you. This program is presented in a new hybrid style. That means that some people will be able to join us via Zoom and  some people will be here at the library in-person with Ms. Chris. 

 

Craft kits matching the program theme will be available at the library for you to pick up one week prior to the program date to give you time to come down to the library get books and your craft bag. No transportation? No worries. When we send you the zoom code we will send you the instructions to make your own craft at home. Then you can make your craft at home along with us. 

 

There are 3 ways to sign up for this new program. Just choose the the one you like

Call Ms. Chris at the library  401-769-9044x2

or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name as adult caregiver, child's first name and age and a phone number 

or fill out the form at  https://tinyurl.com/annemariefall

 

 

 

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