Can you come up with a clever limerick? Enter our contest! Kids in grades 5th-8th are invited to submit an original limerick to Youth Services by 6:00 PM Friday, March 14. Entries must be on an 8 ½” x 11” piece of paper with child’s name, phone number, grade, and school written on the back. Limericks will be judged anonymously; limit one entry per person. Winners will be announced the following week, and each winner will receive an award certificate and a prize. We will publish the winning limericks in our newsletter, online, and in Youth Services. Best of luck!
We’re celebrating Dr. Seuss’s Birthday on Sunday, March 2nd, also known as Read Across America Day! All day our room will be decorated in honor of Dr. Seuss, including games for everyone to participate in and a raffle to win a “Go, Dog. Go!” plush toy and book, and a set of handmade Dr. Seuss hand puppets. Also, from 2:00-3:00, you and your child may have the opportunity to read to Gabe or Goldi, two wonderful therapy dogs.
For children of all ages. No registration required.
Saturday, March 1st, 10:00-11:00
Do you want to help your child learn to read, or become a better reader? This free parent program will be led by a local teacher and a reading specialist. They will offer tips, ideas and resources to help your child (birth through early elementary) become a successful reader! Adults only please.
Register on-line by clicking here. Space is limited, so sign up now!
There are still tickets available for the Family Sing Along this Thursday, February 20, at 6:30PM. Peter Taormina will entertain the entire family and have everyone singing and dancing along with him! Pick up your free tickets at the Youth Services desk.