Dr. Seuss night celebrates the fun children’s book author, whose birthday was March 2

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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Jazlyn Freeman, 6, shows off her gooey hands at the “Bartholomew and the Oobleck” station during Sedalia Parks and Recreation's Dr. Seuss night at Convention Hall on Wednesday.
Nicole Cooke | Democrat Jazlyn Freeman, 6, shows off her gooey hands at the “Bartholomew and the Oobleck” station during Sedalia Parks and Recreation's Dr. Seuss night at Convention Hall on Wednesday.
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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Jazlyn Freeman, 6, shows off her gooey hands at the “Bartholomew and the Oobleck” station during Sedalia Parks and Recreation’s Dr. Seuss night at Convention Hall on Wednesday.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Maggie Allen, 4, colors in her hat at the “Cat in the Hat” station during Sedalia Parks and Recreation’s Dr. Seuss night Monday at Convention Hall. Each station was themed to a different Seuss book, including squares of bubble wrap placed in a circle for “Hop on Pop,” and photos with the Cat himself, along with Thing 1 and Thing 2.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Joel Dake helps his son, Nathan, 3, learn how to use the fishing pole to catch some brightly colored fish at the “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish” station during Sedalia Parks and Recreation’s Dr. Seuss night Monday at Convention Hall. There was also a bounce house, lots of arts and crafts, and snacks, which featured colored Goldfish crackers.


By Nicole Cooke


 
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