Library holds Early Learning Fair

MARYSVILLE. — The Marysville Library will host an Early Learning Resources Open House on Saturday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m., in the children’s area of the library. The event will include crafts and giveaways for children, demonstrations of library resources for early learning, information about the six essential pre-reading skills, and dissemination of other community resources related to early learning.

Sno-Isle Libraries will host Early Learning Resources Open Houses at all 21 Sno-Isle community libraries on Sept.r 20. These inaugural events, geared at parents and caregivers of young children, will be held in over 50 locations across Washington State.

The open houses were organized by the Foundation for Early Learning, which partnered with libraries and other community organizations across the state to reach out to families and encourage early learning. The years between birth-through-five are critically important in helping children learn and grow. The Early Learning Open Houses will help parents, caregivers, and interested residents learn about the many tools, books, and activities available, many times at little or no cost.

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