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Running out of ideas to keep the kids entertained this summer?

Original post made by Children's Librarian, Fairmeadow, on Jun 26, 2007

Running out of ideas to keep the kids entertained this summer? The Palo Alto City Library proudly announces the unveiling of the Palo Alto City Library Kids’ blog. Keep updated with library events, programs, kids’ book reviews, kid-friendly websites, parenting tips, and easy craft projects for kids. To check out the new blog, go to Web Link

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Posted by Resident
a resident of Midtown
on Jun 27, 2007 at 10:29 am

Thanks for this info. I checked out the web link. Some comments/requests:
1. Please post the LOCATION for each event.
2. When I went to the web link, it had a sentence "click here for entire Wacky Wednesday schedule". I clicked the link and it took me to another PACL Kids page that had no information about the Wacky Wednesday schedule.


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Posted by Children's Librarian
a resident of Downtown North
on Jun 27, 2007 at 12:00 pm

The location, date and time are right there in the post on the blog. The link to all the Wacky Wednesdays now goes directly to the calendar. Thanks for the feedback!


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