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Wellesley’s young actors spread wings

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter Each month, the Wellesley Library holds Picture Book Theatre, a program in which kids from kindergarten to third grade turn a picture book into a play, then perform it for their parents and library residents - all in the span of a couple hours. This month, the story...
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Middle schoolers improvise at Wellesley Library

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By Daniel Curtin Hometown Weekly Reporter Middle-school-aged kids were thinking outside the box at the Wellesley Library as they played different improv games last Thursday evening. Children’s Librarian Emma Caywood lead the kids in different improv games that gave them a chance to test their quick thinking skills - and to express themselves in a creative...
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Wellesley kids act out picture book

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By Emily Greffenius Hometown Weekly Intern On the afternoon of June 14th, 16 kids from kindergarten through third grade gathered in the Wakelin Room at the Wellesley Free Library for “Picture Book Theater,” a workshop at which the children read a picture book and then, just one hour later, bring that story to life as...
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Library kids perform show in one hour

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By Peter Kougias Hometown Weekly Intern On Wednesday, June 14, librarian Emma Caywood read a story to a group of elementary children. An hour later, after a brief rehearsal, she led the group through a performance of the story for parents and friends. [caption id="attachment_19303" align="alignright" width="300"]The cast dance their roles in ‘Brontorina.’... 			
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Ukulele Office Hours in Wellesley

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By James Ensor Hometown Weekly Reporter In the Children’s Room of the Wellesley Free Public Library, the first things someone entering the spacious area could hear were singing voices and the strumming of small fingers on ukuleles. This was the sound of the Ukulele Office Hours that have become a regular occurrence in this part...
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