Tuesday, March 18, 2008

April Events


Every Wed in April 6:00,
Skip into science with stories, songs, and lots of hands on activities involving science and nature. Certified elementary teacher, Cynthia LeBlanc will spring into science each week with a different theme including birds, seeds, weather, pond life, and farm animals. All ages are welcome, especially the youngest library users. This series is offered free of charge thanks to a Federal grant from the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Call Candy Cross, Children's Librarian, to register 978-544-2495, ext103

School Vacation Week Events:

April 22, Tuesday, Celebrate Earth Day
10:30 Award winning singer/stortyteller, Sarah Pirtle, will celebrate Earth Day with children of all ages and their care-givers. Sarah's love and respect for our planet shines through all her work. Come catch her contagious joy. This series is offered free of charge thanks to a Federal grant from the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

1:30-3:30 Deb Habib and Michelle Bezio from Seeds of Solidarity's SOL Garden will meet with teens and other interested individuals to jump start our library garden and encourage us all to grow food everywhere. Come celebrate Earth Day sharing ideas about renewable energy and gardening with our local experts in this field. Then hands on activities will take place in order to open the growing season at 49 East Main St.

April 23, 6:00, Wednesday,
Skip into science with stories, songs, and lots of hands on activities involving science and nature. Certified elementary teacher, Cynthia LeBlanc will spring into science each week with a different theme including birds, seeds, weather, pond life, and farm animals. All ages are welcome, especially the youngest library users. This series is offered free of charge thanks to a Federal grant from the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Call Candy Cross, Children's Librarian, to register 978-544-2495, ext103

April 24, 1:30, Thursday,
Pig Out on Reading with Farmer Minor and his real, live, large and famous pig, Daisy. Daisy has been in Weekly Reader and visited U.S. Legislators. So, Farmer Minor has lots of stories to tell about his pampered porcine to children, age 4 and older. After hearing stories and reading to Daisy, at about 2:15 all ages are welcome to pet Daisy, take pictures with her and have their faces painted. All of these activities are free.

April 26, 10:00, Saturday,
CANCELLED DUE TO DEATH IN FAMILY
Linking Reading and Music by the PVB Low BrassTrio. Three members of the Pioneer Valley Brass are sure to convince the audience of all ages that music and reading go together like peanut butter and jelly. Come attend this concert for free, thanks to a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council awarded by the Orange Cultural Council.

1 comment:

Luana said...

You write very well.