Author and RI educator Dana Gambardella reads from her two stories Mama Bear’s Magic and Grandma’s House. In Mama Bear’s Magic, Tiny Bear overcomes his apprehension for the bath because of Brother Bear’s modeling and Mama Bear’s clever approach. You can then tap into your own senses and experiences when the author’s memories of what she feels, tastes, smells, and sees come alive in Grandma’s House. Tuesday August 20th 2-3 pm Great for ages 3.5 and up with adult.
Curriculum connections also available for teachers who want to add to their classroom library.
Author April M. Cox will be here with her book The Little Labradoodle : Puppy Pickup Day. Summary: Join the tiniest pup in a heartwarming story you and your kids can enjoy together about being brave in new experiences, dealing with bullies, and learning to accept yourself. Great for ages 3.5 and up with adult. Tuesday August 6th 2-3pm
Located in the children’s program room on selected Saturdays.
Bring your imagination. We supply the Legos! We will put your creation on display until the next Lego Club meets.
As these are the smaller Legos, an adult must be with the child in the room at all times for safety.
Ella Rodriguez of Food for Life will present healthy nutrition games for families. Great for ages 6 & up with adult.
Nutrition Education through games for kids and their parents
Thursday, October 3rd at 6pm
What is a HEALTHY FOOD?
Most often we think we know the answer to this question, but due to clever advertisements there are many things that we have made to believe that are good for us, but in fact they are not.
Do you want to know the TRUTH?
Join us to learn the truth. In this workshop we’ll play some games that will make it easy to understand what proper diet looks like and what are the best foods to eat in order to grow up healthy and strong.