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Cincinnati Museum Center to host Learning Through Play event

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At Cincinnati Museum Center, they know that open-ended, hands-on play is crucial to your child's growth and development. 

This Saturday, March 8, The Cincinnati Museum Center will be bringing together the region's best childhood development experts for a one-day conference called Learning Through Play.

Learn how to get the most from your interactions with little ones by choosing from more than 30 sessions, two forums and a free information fair.

This isn't your typical conference—kids of all ages are welcome to join, so bring yours along for the fun!

Early Bird registration is now closed.  Registration will reopen at the Learning Through Play conference registration table at Cincinnati Museum Center on Saturday, March 8 at 8 a.m.

We'll have a special guest in the FOX19 studio this morning to discuss the event. Tune in at 9:10 a.m. to learn more!

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