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Revere Public Library celebrates Mother’s Day with a picnic, backdrops and card/flowerpot decorating

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  The Revere Public Library celebrated Mother’s Day with a picnic last Thursday. Children made cards and decorated flowerpots for their mothers.

Brothers Imaad (at right), 3, and Haadi, 8, and their mother, Mishaal, relaxed on a blanket. They planned to visit the Charles River on Mother’s Day.
Sarah Harima, 4, wished her mother, Meryem, a Happy Mother’s Day.
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Jamie Harrison with her son, Miles, 2, put a watering can sticker onto a pot. They planned to celebrate with family.
Connor (at left), 2, and Charlie, 4, are shown with their mother, Lainey, grandmother Bernadette Leslie, and pretzels donated by Philly Pretzel Factory. Market Basket and Torretta’s Bakery also donated food.
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Noah Batista, 3, and his mother, Ingrid, celebrated Mother’s Day.
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Michelle Islas and her son Eliot Batista, 2, made a Mother’s Day card. They planned to celebrate with friends.
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Geronymo Espinosa, 2, and his mother Diana, played Hula-Hoop. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)
Heidi Coral is shown with her children: Mateo, 4, and Sofia, 6 months. They planned to go to dinner to celebrate.
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Vanessa Alvarez is shown with her daughter Eva Gonzalez, 16 months. They planned to go to Great Wolf Lodge to celebrate.
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Phoebe Green and her daughter, Adelaide, 5 months, decorated flowerpots. They planned to celebrate with a pedicure and hard cider.
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Event organizers, pictured from left to right: Young Adult/Teen Librarian Krystee Maniscalco, Children’s Librarian Lisa Ferrara and Administrative Assistant Kayla Quevillon.
Maria Fernanda with her daughter, Mia, 1, celebrated Mother’s Day with a picnic at the Revere Public Library last Thursday.
Rubia and Rafael Ferreira, 3, made a Mother’s Day card.

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