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Yo-yo Lady performs for kids at library

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet on Feb 21, 2007

The Atherton Library will be hosting a program for children with the Yo-Yo Lady, Helane Zeiger on Monday, March 12, 2007 at 4:00 PM. Helane Zeiger is one of the few female yo-yo professionals in the US. She has a book entitled, World on a String: the how-to yo-yo book. She will amaze one and all with her yo-yo antics, says DeAnn Okamura of the Atherton library. This show is recommended for ages 5 and older. This program is free and is sponsored by the David E. Anderson Family.



The library is located at 2 Dinkelspiel Station Lane in Atherton. Visit our website at www.smcl.org for information on this and other programs. Or call the library at 650-328-2422.

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