Parents, educators and children are invited to hear authors and illustrators share the power of multi-cultural stories. Children can enjoy bookmaking crafts, and will receive free books (limited quantity).
Free program. Visit www.rflewismuseum.org for scheduled activities.
Event begins at 1:00PM
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