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Little learners at Isabella Dicken

The tooth fairy (Tracy Felhauer) teaches Maeve Green a little bit about dental care. The Interior Heath Dental Program came to IDES to talk to parents and children about taking care of their teeth.  - Photo by M. Cole
The tooth fairy (Tracy Felhauer) teaches Maeve Green a little bit about dental care. The Interior Heath Dental Program came to IDES to talk to parents and children about taking care of their teeth.
— image credit: Photo by M. Cole

Fernie’s 0 to 6-year-olds and their parents were at Isabella Dicken Elementary School on Wednesday last week for the early learning preschool fair.

There was information for parents and caregivers and a bouncy tent, face painting, and arts and crafts for the kids.

Interior Health had a display, which included a visit from the Tooth Fairy, and Constable Stu Hert from the RCMP was doing finger printing.

The Fernie Early Childhood Development Team put on the fair.

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