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Baby Story Time Rhymes with Ms. Lindsay

Baby Story Time Rhymes with Ms. Lindsay 1

2020-05-26 10:09:00


Good morning! We are So Glad to See You this morning for Baby Story Time with Ms. Lindsay.

Songs and Rhymes featured in this video: So Glad to See You, Toes to Head Hello, City Bus, Train flannel and, Big A, Little A

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Hazel Miller is a Colorado legend and she’s booked to play YOUR FRONT PORCH TONI…

Hazel Miller is a Colorado legend and she’s booked to play YOUR FRONT PORCH TONI... 2

2020-07-10 09:29:15

Hazel Miller is a Colorado legend and she’s booked to play YOUR FRONT PORCH TONIGHT at 6pm.
Go to www.LouisvilleRising.org to play the LIVE MUSIC STREAM
Your donations tonight will support YOGA JUNCTION & SUSHI YOSHI
Donate via Venmo @LouisvilleRising or visit the webpage.
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Wow, it feels great to be open! We loved seeing you again. Thank you to everyone…

Wow, it feels great to be open! We loved seeing you again. Thank you to everyone... 3

2020-07-10 05:04:28

Wow, it feels great to be open! We loved seeing you again. Thank you to everyone for their patience and kind words as we all get used to the new procedures. If you have questions, please visit our FAQ page. See you tomorrow! https://www.louisvilleco.gov/residents/covid-19-reopening-information

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The five-day average of new cases continues to trend downward, about matching wh…

The five-day average of new cases continues to trend downward, about matching wh... 4

2020-07-09 21:28:49

The five-day average of new cases continues to trend downward, about matching where we were in late May. However, we are still well above our five-day averages from early June. In order for Boulder County to move to Colorado’s Protect Our Neighbors phase, transmission rates will need to continue to…

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