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Events for March 2, 2017
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January 14 through May 15 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily 450,000+ LEGO® bricks, 13 incredible displays, an ALL-NEW experience! About the exhibit Sean Kenney's third exhibit at Lauritzen Gardens features some fantastic NEW pieces, including a proud peacock, a giant dragonfly, and a not so itsy-bitsy spider, as well as a couple of oldFind out more »
The 14th annual Seussathon reading marathon will be held at the Bellevue Public Library on Thursday, March 2, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Persons of all ages are invited to share their love of reading by taking part in this event that celebrates the life and works of children's author Dr. Seuss. Come andFind out more »
Read Across America is an annual event that encourages all children around the world to read. This event is celebrated on Dr. Seuss’ birthday. To help celebrate this event, the library will host a Dr. Seuss birthday celebration. Families are invited to stop by the library and read as a family or read independently. Every child will receiveFind out more »
The event is "a free night of fun" for the entire family, including Dr. Seuss themed games, snacks, face painting and a book fair, as well as a visit from Cat-In-The-Hat and friends. All children who attend will receive a free book. Join us to celebrate reading and promote literacy. Location: Iowa School for the DeafFind out more »
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