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Moving and grooving in Northborough

Northborough - Laura Cerniglia and her daughter, Allison, 2, sing along with shakers during the May 4 session of Mixed Age Move and Groove, offered by Northborough Recreation at the Southwest Rec Center. For six weeks, Beth Anderson of Apple Tree Arts is leading children ages 1 to 4 and their caregivers as they sing, dance and play music with rhythm sticks, egg shakers and drums. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Northborough – Laura Cerniglia and her daughter, Allison, 2, sing along with shakers during the May 4 session of Mixed Age Move and Groove, offered by Northborough Recreation at the Southwest Rec Center. For six weeks, Beth Anderson of Apple Tree Arts is leading children ages 1 to 4 and their caregivers as they sing, dance and play music with rhythm sticks, egg shakers and drums.

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