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Spring break camp at Legacy Academy, McDaniel Farm Park, three choices of storytimes for tots.

Spring Break is coming and there are lots of things to do with your newly liberated youngsters nearby. Let us know what you're doing in the comments section below.

 - Saturday morning, take the kids to Barnes and Noble for "Dragon and Princess Storytime." Boys and girls will both be captivated by the tales of pretty princesses and fire-breathing dragons. 

Legacy Academy plays host to children ages 5-12 during spring break. This year's theme is "iCamp: We Have a Camp for That." Included in the camp are The Wild West, Technology, Science, a talent show and field trips. For more information, ask for Ami Bombardieri at 770-573-1700.

 - Spend a day during Spring Break at  learning about farm life in the 1930s. Included in the $6 entrance fee are hands-on activities, games and crafts. For more information, call 770-814-4920.

 - Every week on Wednesday, 45 South hosts a storytime for the little ones at 10 a.m. Grab a latte and a biscuit and watch as their imaginations wander. 

 - Every Thursday, Duluth Public Library's Preschool Story Time invites children from the ages of 3 to 5 years to come and be entertained by stories, new and old alike. 

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