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Special Storytelling – Look at Your Rubbish! @ Jurong Regional Library

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Jurong Regional Library - Programme Zone

21 Jurong East Central 1

Singapore, 609732

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Special Storytelling – Look at Your Rubbish! @ Jurong Regional Library

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As part of our Communities@Libraries series, we have a special story time session initiated by one of our community members to introduce children to concepts about sustainability and waste production. Join us for an engaging session to start your child on a journey towards more conscious and sustainable living!

This programme is intended for children 7 – 10 years old. Registration is required for this programme.

Please note the following:

  • All participants including adults to register for a ticket. Each ticket admits 1 person only. Parents to register separate tickets for themselves and their children.
  • Children above the age of 7 will not need to be accompanied by an adult for this programme. Should there be an adult present, a ticket is needed for the child and the adult.
  • Arrive 10 mins before the session commences. Seats of late attendees will be given to waitlist.
  • Children must be seated at designated spots.
  • It is compulsory for children between 6 and 12 to wear masks or face shields.
  • NLB reserves the right to refuse entry to participants who do not abide by the ground rules. 
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21 Jurong East Central 1

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The National Library Board (NLB) manages a network of 27 public libraries, the National Library and the National Archives of Singapore. NLB promotes reading, learning and information literacy by providing a trusted, accessible and globally-connected library and information service through the National Library and a comprehensive network of Public Libraries.

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