Join us in the Round Lake Auditorium (the big building across from Clark House) for a FREE performance by Nan Hoffman.
Music, especially folk music with its emphasis on lyrics and stories, can help enhance reading, writing and listening skills, and language development. Because American Folk Music has been influenced by people and traditions from around the world, Nan will share songs and instruments from other countries, songs that celebrate the music of nature and even songs that find their music in the rhythmic rubbish of our recycling bins!
@The Round Lake Auditorium
Tuesday, July 31st; 1:30pm
Please register below to reserve your pet rock!
Join Miss Diane to learn all about nature through stories, hands-on projects, and (weather permitting) a trip out to the Children’s Garden to get our hands dirty and our plants wet.
For 2- thru 5-year-olds with an adult caregiver.
30 minutes = $1.
It’s as simple as that.
Ask a librarian at the desk for a timer, grab a book/manga/graphic novel and read. When the timer is done, take your library card (or ID) back to the librarian and have a dollar taken off your account.
The catch? You have to read while being in the library. Well… you can probably sit out on the porch if you want.