The Champlain Library is launching a new book club next month just in time for Mother’s Day. The Mother and Daughter Book Club is a place for girls between the ages of five and eight and special women in their lives to share books. Meetings will take place on the first Thursday of each month from between 4:30 and 55:30 p.m. A mother-daughter pair will lead the group in book talk and crafts. Registration is limited so sign up early. The first meeting will be on May 4. Register at www.bc-cl.ca/programs-and-activities/kids/registration-for-kids or call 613-678-2216.
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