Fridays 10:00 – 10:30 am – Ms. Neena, This program is designed for ages 1.5-3.5.
Program runs eight weeks, 4/12 – 6/4. Attend as many or as few sessions as you can.
This program is held live on Zoom. Join us as we sing, read, and play together. Each week’s story and songs will connect to the learning activity in Twodaloo Activities take home kits. We suggest setting up in a space where children can move around, though this is not required.
Caregivers are required to remain in the same room as any child under 5 years old. Registration is required to access the secure Zoom link. Click here to register. (Registration for Zoom and Activities is via the same link/event)
Free Supply Kits Provided; Program runs eight weeks, 4/12 – 6/4
These at-home activity kits (and instructions) are designed to build early skills and promote continued literacy learning. We’ll give you everything you need for an easy to do weekly activity, pre-prepped and ready to use, just like those we include in our in person programs.
The activity will line up with the week’s Twodaloo Toddlers program’s books and songs.
Registration is required to sign up for materials. Visit this link to register.
Kit pickup process may vary depending on COVID numbers in the county. Kit pickup is weekly, Tuesday-Sunday.
Alternating Fridays (4/16, 4/30, 5/14, & 5/28)
LIVE ON ZOOM, 1:00-2:00 pm – Ms. Neena
This program promotes collaboration through virtual activities. This session, the focus will be collaborative games and group sharing. We will also plan a “Homeschoolers suggest…” book display for the library!
Registration is required. Register here.
T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land: Performance by Marian Grudko and Roger Hendricks Simon / Online Program
Friday, May 14
Published in 1922, The Waste Land has widely been revered as one of the most important poems to emerge from this time period. It is brought to life in a performance by theater legend, actor, director Roger Hendricks Simon and actress, author Marian Grudko. Following the show will be an interactive discussion.
Roger Hendricks Simon is a founding member of the Yale Repertory Company, who went on to direct and act for Joe Papp’s New York Shakespeare Festival, London’s Royal Court Theatre, Edinburgh Festival, Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, La Mama, Roundabout, Los Angeles Theatre Center, PBS, BBC-TV, National Public Radio and many more. Elected to Notable Names in American Theatre, Roger directed international premieres by Tennessee Williams, Sam Shepard, David Hare, Terrence McNally, Lanford Wilson, and William Saroyan. He has directed John Lithgow, John Travolta, James Earl Jones, and James Woods, to name but a few. Roger is the founding artistic director for The Simon Studio in New York City.
Marian Grudko is the author of Lucinda Snowdrop and co-author of Claudine: A Fairy Tale for Exceptional Grownups, with T.A. Young. She is also a composer and storyteller. Her work can be seen on her YouTube channel and listened to at http://soundcloud.com.