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posted: 4/6/2012 2:54 PM

Bring your 'critter' to library April 7 for camp out

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  • Devan McTague checks in his beloved tiger,"Tiggy," with children's librarian Kathy Stensing at the Dundee Library for the "Critter Campout" on April 9-14.

      Devan McTague checks in his beloved tiger,"Tiggy," with children's librarian Kathy Stensing at the Dundee Library for the "Critter Campout" on April 9-14.
    Courtesy of Dundee Library

 

Submitted by Dundee Library

In celebration of National Library Week, April 8-14, stuffed animals are invited to spend a week at the Dundee Library attending a sleepover.

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After the patrons have gone home and all the animals have been tucked into their sleeping bags, what will happen at the "Critter Campout"? Will they sleep or get up and explore?

Cameras will record their activities and updates will appear daily on the library's website at www.dundeelibrary.info.

Animals can be brought in Saturday, April 7, to the library, 555 Barrington Ave., East Dundee.

The sleepover lasts April 9-14, and the cuddly friends can be picked up April 15-21. Each animal will wear a name tag with its owner's name. One animal per child, please. For details, visit www.dundeelibrary.info, or call (847) 428-3661, ext. 310.

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