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Preschool Storytime
Ongoing Each Thursday.

For ages 3 to 5 (accompanied by adult). Children will participate in stories, songs, and simple crafts. No registration required.
Times:10:30 AM
Where:Ocee Library (AFPLS)
5090 Abbotts Bridge Road
Johns Creek GA 30005
Additional Info:Website: www.afpls.org
Phone: 770-360-8897

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