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May 10, 2007

After Georgetown Library fire, Jonah's Treehouse hosts free storytimes

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It's still hard to believe that within a matter of hours, both Eastern Market and the beloved Georgetown Public Library were destroyed by fires last week. Because so many Georgetown and Glover Park children attended storytime at the library, Jonah's Treehouse has stepped up to fill the void by offering a free community service.

Through the month of May (and perhaps beyond), Jonah's Treehouse in Glover Park is hosting 45-minute storytimes at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. JT teacher Alice Ahn will lead the storytimes, which are appropriate for ages five and under with a parent or caregiver. No cost, and all are welcome - You don't have to be registered at Jonah's Treehouse to attend.

Thanks to founder Vicki Gersten for providing this for neighborhood families who are really missing their public library!

Posted by Sarah at 11:20 AM.