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10/03/2015 03:00 PM - 04:30 PM PT
Bring your kids (0-5yrs) and your dancing shoes: Nkei Oruche will lead the group in movement and play. Dances, music, songs, and stories will draw from various cultures and in diverse languages relevant to the families participating.
Healthy snacks provided.
Friendly OFC staffer: Yusni. Contact email@example.com or 415-981-1960 with questions or comments.
We strive to make our programs accessible to all families. Please register for accommodations that would help your family participate to the fullest (e.g. ASL interpreter, translator, childcare providers experienced with kids with disabilities, large print materials, gluten-free food options, etc.). If registering within 48 hours of the event, please call 415-981-1960 to ensure receipt of your request.
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