FREE Viewing of Sask's-Produced Children’s Musical Cartoon

FREE Viewing of Sask's-Produced Children’s Musical Cartoon
Regina Public Library - Central Library Branch
2311 12th Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 3Z5 See Map
Sat,
at 3:30pm
All Ages

The 30-minute Saskatchewan produced musical cartoon for children called “What to Take” will be presented at the Regina Public Central Library (2311 12th Avenue) on August 25 at 3:30pm. The presentation is FREE and after the viewing, a short Question & Answer session will follow with the producers.

“What to Take” encourages children (and adults too) that it is okay to take some things – like take time to encourage others, take time to learn new things, take time to eat properly, and take time for your friends and yourself. The cartoon is hosted by “Mr. Treemendous” and includes his musically talented animal friends who use toe-tapping music to urge the viewers to just take time!

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