Library kicks off child development playshop series

The Georgetown Public Library is kicking off its next series of Family Place Playshops—Play, Learn, Grow! this spring.

These playshops are designed for children ages 12-36 months and their parents and caregivers, and gives parents and caregivers an opportunity to connect with other parents, talk one-on-one with local experts on various aspects of child development and early literacy, and play with their child.

The playshops are informal, play-based, and child-centered. Different resource professionals will be introduced each month. They will speak individually with parents and caregivers, and address questions and concerns they may have.

Playshops will be held from 10-11 a.m. on Feb. 19, March 25, April 22, and May 20. Pre-registration is not required.

Workshop topics include:
Feb. 19: Pediatrician
March 25: Speech and hearing
April 22: Nutrition and vision screening
May 20: Child development

For more information on Family Place at Georgetown Public Library, contact Children’s Services Librarian Bethni King at bethni.king@georgetown.org or (512) 931-7716.

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