Lego Time!

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    Multiple dates from Thursday, November 16th to Thursday, November 12th

    Event Summary

    From kindergarten all the way to grad school, Legos are being used to help kids learn about science, math, engineering, and even social interactions. They just know that they're having a lot of fun so we won't tell them! This is an all-ages event, and space may be limited, so make sure you're on time to stake out a good spot!

    We'll be dumping out the bricks every other week, so make us a part of your monthly routine!

    CONTACT: John Locke 603-279-4303 John@meredithlibrary.org

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    Venue

    Meredith Public Library
    91 Main Street
    Meredith, NH

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    The event runs from 3:30am to 4:30am on the following dates.
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