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Families are invited to talk, play, read, write and sing while exploring a range of themes and rotating activities designed to promote school readiness, encourage creativity, and healthy development.
Drop-in program: space is limited to the first 20 families to sign in each Saturday morning.
Ages 0-5 with adult
Have some Armenian Heritage? Served in Peace Corps in Armenia? Travelling soon to Armenia? Missing Armenia? Join Armenian Conversation Group every Saturday 1-2pm to learn new expressions in Armenian and practice your knowledge of Armenian. Come prepared to sing, dance, test your drama skills, and play silly games in Armenian.
Staff setup: 10 chairs, 2 tables.
Closing ceremony for the “1619: Arrival of the First Africans Traveling Exhibit” sponsored, in part, by Vermont Racial Justice Alliance and the Fletcher Free Library
Drawing on the latest research, the “1619: Arrival of the First Africans Traveling Exhibit” from the Hampton History Museum (VA) tells the story of the Africans’ home in Angola, how they came to be enslaved aboard a Spanish slave ship San Juan Bautista, the terrible 10,000 nautical mile voyage that brought them to Virginia, and their lives on the farms and plantations in the new colony.