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Storyville offers free fun and learning for little ones

You could brave an indoor play place or children’s museum with your baby, paying a hefty admission fee and hoping your tot won’t get trampled by big kids. Or you could visit the Baltimore County Public Library’s Storyville in Woodlawn or at the Rosedale branch. The colorful, interactive, and free play area is designed specifically for children ages 0-5. Babies can play safely in a gated-off area while older siblings play dress-up, read books, or explore Storyville’s general store, post office, and puppet theater.

For more information, locations, and hours, go to bcplstoryville.org.

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