HOMESCHOOL MEETUP AT BLAKE MEMORIAL LIBRARY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
If you homeschool, and you want to meet others in the area who also homeschool; or if you want to connect with the library about developing and/or accessing good homeschooling resources, please join us on Friday, September 19 at 2:00 when we host a Homeschooling Meetup. Our hope is to provide an opportunity for casual social interaction for homeschoolers of all ages—as well as to discuss ways to develop homeschooling resources and perhaps establish regular opportunities for homeschoolers to come together.
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