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Storytime with Santa

Wed, Dec 18 2019
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Age Group
All ages


Kevin Boydston


Santa is making a special trip to the Library to read a holiday story. After the story, sit on Santa's knee to tell him what you want for Christmas. Parents, don't forget your cameras.


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