Developmental playgroup planned

SEQUIM — Clallam County Parent to Parent and Clallam Mosaic will host Play with a Purpose from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday.

The monthly developmental playgroup, for children 5-years and younger, will meet at the Sequim YMCA, 610 N. Fifth St.; YMCA membership is not required for the playgroup.

The playgroup will focus on gross and fine motor development; expressive and receptive language communication; social and emotional skills; adaptive and self-care skills; and feeding issues.

The program includes a parent participation group facilitated by Catherine McKinney and led by Laura Hogan-Reyes.

Siblings are welcome to attend.

Another Play with a Purpose session is set for Dec. 17.

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