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Thank you Happy Birds!

Uploaded: Jun 12, 2020
Our family had so much fun watching Happy Birds perform this afternoon. When our son was younger, we attended many summer events at the local libraries. It was a great way to meet up with friends and get out. Seeing musicians, animals, and puppets was a wonderful way to spend the summer with a baby or a toddler.

I was so excited to see that some of these events are now happening virtually! Somehow we hadn’t made it to a Happy Birds performance until this week. It was so much fun to see the birds do many different tricks including singing, skateboarding, and swinging. Watching the performance virtually was great because we all had front row seats and could grab a snack. Partway through the show, our son even grabbed his Guinness Book of Worlds Records and found Gordon the parrot’s world record for removing bottle caps.

We can’t wait to see what other events the local libraries include in the Summer Learning Showcase. Thank you for such an entertaining way to start off summer vacation.
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