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Friday, March 9, 2012

Kids on The Block Puppets on Your Block!

CMHA-Peterborough Branch is pleased to once again be offering performances of the Kids on the Block, a special troupe of educational puppets that dress and act like real children. Each one has definite likes and dislikes, hopes and fears, talents and limitations. And, like real children, some have differences such as mental, physical and emotional disabilities.

They offer ten lively, upbeat shows designed by Kids on the Block Inc., that deal with the important issues of children's mental health, being a child of divorced parents, and bullies and school safety. Through a new partnership with Epilepsy Peterborough they are also offering two shows about epilepsy.

Kids on the Block will be appearing in free performances over the March Break at area libraries including three rural libraries- Omemee, Bruce Johnston Branch Cavan, and Millbrook. The Omemee performance will be Monday March 12 at 10:30 am; Bruce Johnston on Tuesday, March 13 at 10 am; and the Millbrook performance takes place Wednesday March 14 at 10 am. Be sure to mark these dates on your calendar.

You can find out more about 'Kids on the Block' CMHA performances by visiting the CMHA Website.

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