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132 REGISTER ONLINE: General Owney the Postal Dog (age 2–7 w/caregiver) Does your child love trains, dogs, and visits from the postman? Then, he/she will enjoy learning about the little dog who rode the rails with the mail in the 1880s. We'll have crafts, activities, worksheets, and story time! Location: Page-Walker Arts & History Center Instructor: Maggie Witter Fees: $16(R) $20(N) (1 class) 119558 Fri Feb 8 11 a.m.-noon 119560 Fri Mar 8 11 a.m.-noon 119567 Fri May 3 11 a.m.-noon Global Tales & Treats (age 2 ½ -5 w/caregiver) It's a small world after all! You and your preschooler can enjoy fun, colorful stories and tasty treats from around world. Each month features a new culture! Location: Page-Walker Arts & History Center Instructor: Program Staff Fees: $2(R) $3(N) (1 class) 119556 Tue Feb 19 10:30–11:15 a.m. 119557 Tue Mar 19 10:30–11:15 a.m. 119554 Tue Apr 16 10:30–11:15 a.m. 119555 Tue May 21 10:30–11:15 a.m. Calling Future Pediatricians (age 3–5) Your aspiring doctor will enjoy playing the role of pediatrician, holding the baby, performing an exam, and much more! Each future pediatrician will receive a luxury plush doll and a Baby Box to take home. Location: Middle Creek Community Center Instructor: Little Medical School Inc. Fees: $113(R) $143(N) (6 classes) 120432 Mon Jan 14–Feb 25 3:30–4:30 p.m. (no class Jan 21) Doctor's Bag, Bones & More! (age 3–5) Your little physician will learn about medicine, science and the importance of health through hands-on demonstrations, crafts, and games. Your child will enjoy dressing up like a doctor, using medical instruments, and discovering how the body works. A real stethoscope will be used to listen to the heart! Thump, thump! Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Little Medical School Inc. Fees: $113(R) $143(N) (6 classes) 119867 Wed Jan 16–Feb 20 4:30–5:30 p.m. c Special Interests Look for unique classes for a variety of interests offered just for you! Early registration allows us time to plan appropriately. Often, we can accommodate those on waiting lists by adding additional spots in the class or adding additional classes. Classes that do not meet their minimum enrollment may be cancelled. You could make the difference! DON'T WAIT!

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