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 The San José Public Library will present the San José Children’s Faire, 10:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Sat., April 26 in Discovery Meadow, adjacent to the Children’s Discovery Museum, 180 Woz Way in downtown San José.

Now in its 26th year, the San José Children’s Faire is a free, one-day outdoor festival designed to link parents and caregivers of young children with community organizations that serve their needs and is the highlight of the City of San José’s “Month of the Young Child” celebration.

With an anticipated 5,000 attendees, the event—with the theme –will feature family-oriented stage entertainment, special attractions and activity booths offering hands-on activities for children, ages two to 12, in addition to information for families about education, child care, health and safety resources and recreational programs.

A program to welcome families will take place at noon and include:

· Jill Bourne, city librarian, San José Public Library

· Pierluigi Oliverio, San José councilmember and councilmember liaison for the Library and Early Education Commission

· Sam Liccardo, San José councilmember

·Madeline Walton-Hadlock, manager, Early Education, San José Public Library and Library Journal 2014 Library Mover and Shaker

· Conroy the Cougar, the San Jose Public Library’s mascot

The welcome remarks will highlight the importance of library and childhood development, education and community resources.

Children and parents will be invited to participate in a Children’s Parade, show-off their Zumba skills, and enjoy fun and interactive activities at every community booth.

Special performances throughout the day include:

·Family music artist,

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·Brenda Lopez Folklorico Group

· Hula Halao ‘O Pi’ilani

For more information, visit or call (408) 808-2617.


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