USO Fort Drum Presents
USO Fort Drum Presents is a monthly reading program designed for both children and their parents!
USO Fort Drum Presents is geared towards children between the ages of four and seven, but children of all ages are welcome to participate! Each month is a different book, varying from “Cat in the Hat” to “Strega Nona”. There will be a guest reader who reads the books to the group of kids, a craft focused around the story, and a snack! Each family will receive a copy of the book of the month to enjoy at home!
Tickets are made available on the first of the month on our Facebook page at 9am and are available to 25 families on a first come, first serve basis. USO guideline apply to this event and a parent or legal guardian must accompany children.
For more information on USO Fort Drum Presents, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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