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Singing in the Rain!
Ongoing on the 19th of each Month.

Children ages 18-36 months accompanied by an adult invited for stories, songs and activities of the season. To register call 269-1847.
Times:10:15am
Where:Wayne Library
198 S. Girls School Road
indianapolis in 46231
Additional Info:Website: http://www.imcpl.org/about/locations/wayne.html
Phone: 317-275-4530

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