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Tuesday 10 to 8
Wednesday 10 to 8
Thursday 10 to 8
Friday 12 to 5
Saturday 10 to 4
Sunday 12 to 4
- 051:00 PM-1:30 PMMay/Wed/2021
Wednesdays 1:00-1:30 pm – Ms. Neena
This program is held live over Zoom. Runs eight weeks, 4/12 – 6/4
This program focuses on the five keys to early literacy—singing, reading, playing, talking, and writing. Each week’s story and songs will connect to the learning activity in Read and Play at Home.
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.3:00 PM-4:00 PMMay/Wed/2021
Supply kits available for pickup. Program runs 8 weeks, 4/12 – 6/4
Our activity kits guarantee at home learning experiences that focus on Kindergarten Readiness. We’ll include everything you’ll need for a weekly pre-prepped art project, game, or experiment.
Each week’s learning activity will connect to the stories and songs in our live Read and Play Zoom story hour.
Kit pickup is weekly, Tuesday-Sunday. Pickup protocol varies, depending on COVID-19 infection rates in our region.
Registration is required to sign up for materials and tutorials. Click here to register.5:00 PM-6:30 PMMay/Wed/2021
Minecraft is back and bigger than ever. Join us in a two-part event aimed at a fun and collaborative series of games and activities within the worlds of Minecraft!6:30 PM-8:00 PMMay/Wed/2021
Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
Registration is required. Register below or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Each of us has a wealth of memories.
Please join us and learn how to write your family and personal history.
Our presenter Robin Lester will help you get started.
You can do it.
Surprise your children and grandchildren who’ve wanted you to do this.
The biggest surprise for you will be in recalling your wonderful life!
About our presenter: Robin Lester is a historian, writer and retired teacher. He has led the Hull House Oral History project in Chicago and the gathering of memories among former members of the Henry Street Settlement House in New York. He is in the process of preserving his family history in a narrative.