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Greetings EDF families,

Dulwich Picture Gallery's next MiniMasterpieces programme for adults with babies is fast approaching. We have a few spaces left on Tuesday 13 January from 10:30 - 12:00.

Experience the delights of our art collection with your child age 6-18 months. Enjoy an informal, child-friendly gallery visit followed by interactive art sessions tailored for you and your baby. Collection-based themes change monthly - come to one or all!

Tuesday 7 July: Woof and Baah! Animals and Landscapes

Tuesday 4 August: Air, Sea and Land: Travel and Movement

Sessions are now available to book online here [www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk] or by calling Mary at 020 8299 8732. Tickets cost ?12 and include gallery admission and art materials.

We hope to see you soon!

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