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Quality time: On the calendar

1:06 PM, Jan. 28, 2013  |  Comments
Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary in Green Bay is hosting Animal Stories for Preschoolers.
Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary in Green Bay is hosting Animal Stories for Preschoolers.
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Now through Feb. 28

Cozy up with your young child and join the Little Bunny winter read-to-me challenge at the Neenah Public Library.

The challenge is to read 100 books to your child during the month of February. (That is 25 books a week or about three and a half books a day.) You will help instill a lifelong love of reading in your child, have some fun quiet time together and, if you complete the challenge, your child will receive a free book.

Here's how it works: Pick up a reading record at the Neenah Library Youth Desk. Bring the reading record in each week for stickers at 25, 50, 75 and 100 books. Read 100 books during the month and receive a free book. Free books can be picked up through March 8. The program is free.

Contact the youth desk at 920-886-6335, email youthdesk@neenahlibrary.org or visit www.neenahlibrary.org.

SAVE THE DATE

March 4 (10 a.m.) and 18 (1 p.m.)

Children and their families can learn all about squirrels during Animal Stories for Preschoolers at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary in Green Bay. Sanctuary staff will read the stories "A Home for Pearl Squirrel" by Amy Crane and "Night Gliders" by Joanne Ryder. After the stories, participants will get to meet a live squirrel. Cost is $3.75 for non-residents. Preregistration is required by calling 920-391-3671.

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