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Alice In Wonderland Tea Party

Children gathered together for a tea party at the Wichita Falls Public Library.  It was an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party and Alice even left her fantasy world to meet the children.  She entertained with her fascinating experience of the rabbit hole she fell into and the people she met.  The Wichita Falls Library has a number of fun events taking place throughout the month.  Visit their website to find out more about them.

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