Auburn School District’s Early Learning Fair returns March 5

Free event offers learning activities, resources to families

  • Monday, February 26, 2018 3:46pm
  • News

The Auburn School District hosts its 12th annual Early Learning Fair on Monday, March 5, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the Auburn High School Commons, 711 E. Main St.

Parents and guardians of children ages birth to kindergarten are encouraged to attend.

The event is free and offers fun learning activities and provides families with the opportunity to connect with community resources and kindergarten transition activities. Kids can enjoy Block Fest, an interactive experience, and entertainment from “Eric Ode – author, poet and songwriter,” while parents browse the various community resource tables.

A free dinner and prizes will be provided. Interpreters will be available.

Please pre-register by Feb. 29 to reserve free dinner tickets by calling 253-931-4950 or email

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