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LMNOP (Ages 6-36 months)

LMNOP: Language Music N’ Our Peeps – LMNOP is an interactive and engaging program designed to guide parents and young children through learning basic sign language and other forms of communication using music and language based activities.  LMNOP is recommended for ages 6-36 months.

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LMNOP (Ages 6-36 months)

LMNOP: Language Music N’ Our Peeps – LMNOP is an interactive and engaging program designed to guide parents and young children through learning basic sign language and other forms of communication using music and language based activities.  LMNOP is recommended for ages 6-36 months.

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LMNOP (Ages 6-36 months)

LMNOP: Language Music N’ Our Peeps – LMNOP is an interactive and engaging program designed to guide parents and young children through learning basic sign language and other forms of communication using music and language based activities.  LMNOP is recommended for ages 6-36 months.

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Founders’ Gala 2019

We are EXCITED to announce that GiGi’s Playhouse will host its Founders’ Gala on Saturday, March 23rd, 2019 at the Delta Hotels by Marriott South Sioux City Riverfront. The Gala is our largest and most important fundraiser of the year and is key to expanding our voice in the Siouxland community and the world. This year’s keynote…

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Holiday Party

GiGi’s Playhouse Sioux City will host a Holiday Party on Saturday, December 8th from 11:00am-1:00pm with a variety of activities including: -Cookie decorating -Craft making *Santa may show up to crash the party* Drinks and snacks provided.

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2018 National Conference

We will get Inspired!  Get Trained! Network with peers!  Learn about Initiatives for 2019! Playhouse staff and some board members are attending. Note: There will be no office hours during this time, but you are free to contact me at jcallen@gigisplayhouse.org If you need immediate assistance, please call Director of Operations, Jason Allen at 712-560-5179.

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If My Child Had Been Born Without Down Syndrome…

By: Lilly Capecci There were initial fears when I heard the words, “Your baby has Down syndrome.” Dear son, I won’t lie, I was scared of what the diagnosis might mean for your future and for your brother’s future. Would you miss out on going to a typical school? Would you miss the chance to have…

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A Hope Perspective: John and Christian

By: Christian Hutzler Growing up, I thought heroes were defined by their accomplishments. Take for example the Spy Kids steamrolling the thumb-thumbs to save their parents, or Donovan McNabb, my favorite quarterback as a kid, leading the 2005 Eagles to the Superbowl (sorry Cowboys fans). These were a few “heroes” I looked up to. I admired them…

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