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December 14, 2013

Family Fare: Dec. 14, 2013

City library to host holiday program for children

PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh Public Library will hold a holiday program for children from 2 to 3 p.m. today in the library’s Children’s Room.

Youth Services Librarian Sharon Bandhold will read holiday stories, with a craft for younger children to follow.

Children of all ages are welcome. No registration is required.

For more information, contact Bandhold at 536-7445. The library is located at 19 Oak St., Plattsburgh.

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Champlain Centre offering pet photos with Santa Claus

PLATTSBURGH — The Champlain Centre mall welcomes people to bring their pets for photos with Santa from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17.

The photo stand will be in Center Court (in front of JCPenney). The professional photos can be purchased immediately after each session.

Those interested are asked to enter the mall using entrance 3, located on the back side of the mall, between Gander Mountain and Dick’s Sporting Goods, near the Gizmo ball machine.

While in the mall, all animals must be on a leash or in their cage, and all animals must have their owner present at all times. Owners may also have their animal dressed in their favorite holiday outfit.

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No pre-school Story Time at Library this month

SARANAC LAKE — The pre-school Story Time Program at the Saranac Lake Free Library will not be held Thursday, Dec. 19; Thursday, Dec. 26; and Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014.

The program will resume at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 9, in the Children’s Room of the library.

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CCHA presents Family Heritage Interview Series

PLATTSBURGH — The Clinton County Historical Association is offering the Family Heritage Interview, a program that will allow children to interview a member of their family or friend, and have the session recorded and added to CCHA’s collection.

CCHA’s Education Committee is pioneering the interview series as part of a larger oral history project underway at the museum. The program first presented throughout the summer months is taking on a winter spin. The museum is asking families to come out to talk about their seasonal traditions and pastimes living in Clinton County.

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