Kiddie Academy celebrates eighth annual Storytime LIVE!

Pinkalicious and Curious George will make special appearances at the event.

  • Wednesday, August 15, 2018 8:30am
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Kiddie Academy of Kirkland invites Kirkland-area children and their families to a fun, free, and interactive reading at their annual Storytime LIVE! event on Saturday, Aug. 25 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Pinkalicious and Curious George will jump off the page and make a live guest appearance at the Academy to meet attendees, young and old, up close and in person. Parents are encouraged to bring their cameras to capture the excitement.

The Storytime LIVE! event is free and open to everyone: current students; new friends who would like to learn more about Kiddie Academy of Kirkland, and anyone who would simply like to share a special experience with their child. Kiddie Academy of Kirkland will provide light refreshments and educational activities for all in attendance.

Kiddie Academy of Kirkland located at 12620 NE 85th Street in Kirkland. Register online at www.kastorytime.com

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