West Sussex’s Library Service is introducing special ‘Baby Rhyme Times’ for dads on Saturday mornings at Haywards Heath library.
Dads, grandfathers, uncles, brothers and male carers are invited to bring along a baby or a toddler.
They can all join in the fun making rhymes, jingles and music for children up to three-years-old.
The first session will be held on Saturday June 30 from 10.30-11am at the library.
Dads and male carers can just turn up with their babies and toddlers.
There is no need to book and the sessions are free.
Lionel Barnard, County Council Deputy Leader who is responsible for the Library Service, said: “Babies and young children love the sound of rhymes and music and sharing with their parents.
“Dads and male carers can’t always get to the library on weekdays - we are launching the Saturday sessions so they don’t need to miss out on the fun.
“Granddads and uncles are also very welcome.”
The dates of more baby days for dads will be announced shortly.
For further information contact Roger Myall, Library Manager, Haywards Heath library on 01444 255 444.