G.COLE PRODUCTIONS

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 CHILDREN’S THEATRE CLASS

Do you want to see your name in lights? Are you born for the stage? Then please join G.Cole Productions Introduction to Theatre class. This class is design for kids ages six years old though twelve years old with little to no theatre experience. Class will meet every Wednesday for six weeks beginning September 19th! Class is from 4:00pm-5:00pm final class is October 25th with a performance for friends and family. For information about the class please email Gladys Cole at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To register call the library at 769-9044 x2.

Woonsocket Harris Public Library

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