Playdate @Upjohn Park

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Upjohn Park 73 Kirby St, Rydalmere, NSW

Tue 05-Mar-19 10:00 AM to Tue 05-Mar-19 12:00 PM

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Play Date is one of Playgroup NSW's new initiatives to connect playgroup members with each other in your area. This is your chance to come along and meet other parents from your local area, enjoy play time with your little one and get to know a little more about what Playgroup NSW is all about. 

We're all for play so you can expect a wide range of activities including free play at LEGO® DUPLO play area, Crayola coloring corner, sensory play, etc. Other group play activities include Parachute play, story time and music time and many more.

This is a free event for all Playgroup NSW's members. Registration is required so that we can make all necessary arrangements.

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