Stories, songs & activities for babies, toddlers and preschoolers that promote
the 5 best practices—talking, singing, reading, writing & playing—to develop language & pre-reading skills.
•Bouncing Babies •Preschool Learning Lab •Read, Play & Learn Storytime
•Rhythm and Rhyme Storytime •Family Time •Donuts with Grownups
Tune Time for Tots
Enjoy music and movement in this high energy program. Songs help children develop listening skills and pay attention to the rhythms and rhymes of spoken language. Clapping along to rhythms helps children hear the syllables in words and helps them improve motor skills.
Children must be accompanied by a care giver.
Ages 1 to 2 years old.
An after school program for kids ages 7-12. We’ll do any of a variety of activities: board games, Zentangles, duct tape wallets, playing with squishy circuits… You’ll just have to come to find out what we’ll be doing on any given Tuesday.
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Check out our blog: tweentuesdays.wordpress.com
Kids have the opportunity to use their creativity to design buildings, creatures & more using Lego and Mega blocks. A different theme is picked for each session and kids can build on that theme or build a creation of their own.
This program will occur twice each month for all ages. Children ages 7 and under must be accompanied by a parent. No registration required.
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Mad Scientists Club
The Mad Scientist’s Club offers children a chance to see just how cool science can be! In our hands-on, one-hour science program children engage in exciting hands-on activities, watch spectacular demonstrations, participate in inquiry-based discussions and take home things that they have made themselves.
For ages 7-12. Registration required.
Only register for Track A OR Track B (the programs will be duplicated).
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Summer Reading ProgramSummer reading has never been easier! Keep up your reading log when you’re at home and when you’re on vacation.
Don’t worry about losing your reading record—just print it out when you’re done!
We had a great summer! See you in June 2016!
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