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Thursday January 29, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:30 PM Scoville Bridge Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Stimulate your brain! Bridge is the ultimate game.

Every Thursday afternoon for a couple of hours a group of library patrons convenes in the Wardell Room, learning new tricks (and conventions) as we remember old ones. We're a small informal group which has been meeting for over a year. We love to play bridge because it's an endless source of fun and challenge. If you'd like to join us please show up on Thursday at 3:00 p.m. or call John Dippel at 860-480-5041.

Whether a beginner or advanced we'd love to see you.

 

 
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  6:45 PM Scoville Chess Club Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 

Drop in anytime and join with chess players of all ages and experience levels. Don't be bashful. A great learning opportunity for students, and for more developed players a chance to test your skill level.  Meets in the History room.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Saturday January 31, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Thomas Hayes presents Classical Italian Villas and Gardens: A Tour in the Footsteps of Edith Wharton Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Era of Elegance series, co-sponsored by the Salisbury Association Historical Society

 

In 1902, soon after Edith Wharton and her husband had moved into The Mount, she was asked to write a series of articles for “Century Magazine” on Italian villas and gardens for which she would visit and research 70 sites and artist Maxfield Parrish would illustrate.  The articles proved so popular that they appeared in a book called “Italian Villas and Their Gardens” in 1904.  The book is packed with a combination of first hand experience and history and has never gone out of print.   Hayes’s lecture is based on a tour he has co-directed several times with Sharon resident and Italian garden historian Judith Chatfield.  The lecture covers many of the book’s gardens, as well as others that were created after Wharton’s time.

Thomas Hayes is co-owner of Classical Excursions, which specializes in exclusive tours that emphasize the enduring excellence of traditionalarchitecture, art, music, gardens and archaeology. He served as President of the Edith Wharton Restoration at The Mount in Lenox, MA, , and was director of public relations and/or development for The National Trust for Historic Preservation, Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University,  and the Springfield (MA) Library and Museums Association. Hayes has lectured extensively, including at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, and Radcliffe College.

 

 

 

 

Sunday February 1, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  6:00 PM Scoville Film Society, “Othello” (1952) Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Scoville Film Society, “Othello” (1952). Orson Welles is director, screen writer and the main actor in this adaption of Shakespeare's tragedy. Starring Joseph Cotton and Joan Fontaine. (108 minutes)

 

 
Wednesday February 4, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Mark Scarbrough presents a literary discussion of Eudora Welty's Short Stories Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Program runs for 7 consecutive Wednesdays through March 11.

No author surpasses Eudora Welty at the craft of the story. She is our American Chekhov, our Murakami. Her vision is always Southern and acute; her tone, careful; and her insights, stunning. In a packed spate of years, she wrote some of the finest short stories of the twentieth century. Scarbrough will explore  seven weeks of tall tales, funny yarns, quiet tragedies, and exquisite fictions about the human condition, replete with a Mississippi drawl. The best of Welty's stories will be read from the late 1930s and early '40s before finishing up  her masterwork, the story collection called “The Golden Apples”. Participants should have a copy of "The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty," available from the Scoville library, and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 1982. 

READING LIST

 

 

 

 

 
misc_none 10:30 AM  -  11:00 AM Wee Readers: Storytime for 0-2 Year Olds Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Meet other children and parents in your neighborhood in our Wee Readers Storytime, a fun interactive program geared for children ages 0-2.  Each week is filled with wonderful stories, bouncing lap rhymes, music, finger games, tickles and much more.  Storytime is followed by coloring activities and time with toys. Older siblings are welcome to attend.  

 

Thursday February 5, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  11:00 AM iPhone for Beginners Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

In this class we'll go over the basics of how to get the most out of your phone, including how to download and use the most useful apps.

 
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:30 PM Scoville Bridge Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Stimulate your brain! Bridge is the ultimate game.

Every Thursday afternoon for a couple of hours a group of library patrons convenes in the Wardell Room, learning new tricks (and conventions) as we remember old ones. We're a small informal group which has been meeting for over a year. We love to play bridge because it's an endless source of fun and challenge. If you'd like to join us please show up on Thursday at 3:00 p.m. or call John Dippel at 860-480-5041.

Whether a beginner or advanced we'd love to see you.

 

 
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  6:45 PM Scoville Chess Club Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 

Drop in anytime and join with chess players of all ages and experience levels. Don't be bashful. A great learning opportunity for students, and for more developed players a chance to test your skill level.  Meets in the History room.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Friday February 6, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Saturday February 7, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 9:30 AM  -  4:30 PM Jumpfest Festivities Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 In collaboration with the EXTRAS program from Salisbury Central School.  


Salisbury Winter Sports Association's Jumpfest festivities for children.  Wardell Room and adjacent outdoor spaces.

 

10:00 - 11:00   Creating snowflakes (paper and 3D)

11:00 - 12:00   Creating snow art with shaving cream and glue

12:00 - 1:00     Snowdough play: make and play with snow playdough

1:00 - 3:00       Showing of Frozen movie 

3:00 - 4:00       Winter stories and coloring in library's children's room OR outdoor play  with games and activities (weather permitting)

 

 
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Tom Key talk: Stepping Stones to Separation: 1607-1860 Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 Presented in collaboration with the Salisbury Association Historical Society.

It is widely accepted that the issue of slavery, that "peculiar institution", was the overall cause for the American Civil War, and that the immediate cause was the election of Abraham Lincoln, by a wide margin, to the presidency of The United States. Lincoln, who was no abolitionist, was however, determined to limit slavery to the states where it legally existed in 1860. This was unacceptable to these states where slavery was integral to the economy and their way of life. Thus secession occurred.

Additionally there were also 250 years of cultural, religious, economic and political factors that helped convince eleven states to attempt to leave the 72 year old Union. There were also precedents in other parts of the Union, for considering this option. This talk will address, by a timeline approach, the development of these factors.


Tom Key, after retirement from an international engineering firm, has given over sixty lectures on American and European historical subjects, at various venues in the Northwest Corner of Connecticut.

 

 

 

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Sunday February 8, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 11:00 AM  -  3:00 PM Jumpfest Festivities at the Library Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

In collaboration with the EXTRAS program from Salisbury Central School.  

 

Salisbury Winter Sports Association's Jumpfest festivities for children on Sunday.  Wardell Room and adjacent outdoor spaces. 

 

11:00-12:00 bead bracelet making

12:00-1:00   make snowmen using model magic

1:00-2:00     reading of "The Mitten" by Jan Brett followed by related craft

2:00-3:00     make your own plastic winter mug.

Wednesday February 11, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Mark Scarbrough presents a literary discussion of Eudora Welty's Short Stories Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Program runs for 7 consecutive Wednesdays through March 11.

No author surpasses Eudora Welty at the craft of the story. She is our American Chekhov, our Murakami. Her vision is always Southern and acute; her tone, careful; and her insights, stunning. In a packed spate of years, she wrote some of the finest short stories of the twentieth century. Scarbrough will explore  seven weeks of tall tales, funny yarns, quiet tragedies, and exquisite fictions about the human condition, replete with a Mississippi drawl. The best of Welty's stories will be read from the late 1930s and early '40s before finishing up  her masterwork, the story collection called “The Golden Apples”. Participants should have a copy of "The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty," available from the Scoville library, and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 1982. 

READING LIST

 

 

 

 

 
misc_none 10:30 AM  -  11:00 AM Wee Readers: Storytime for 0-2 Year Olds Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Meet other children and parents in your neighborhood in our Wee Readers Storytime, a fun interactive program geared for children ages 0-2.  Each week is filled with wonderful stories, bouncing lap rhymes, music, finger games, tickles and much more.  Storytime is followed by coloring activities and time with toys. Older siblings are welcome to attend.  

 

Thursday February 12, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  11:00 AM iPad for Beginners. Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 

In this class we'll go over the basics of how to get the most out of your iPad, including how to download and use the most useful apps.

 

 
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:30 PM Scoville Bridge Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Stimulate your brain! Bridge is the ultimate game.

Every Thursday afternoon for a couple of hours a group of library patrons convenes in the Wardell Room, learning new tricks (and conventions) as we remember old ones. We're a small informal group which has been meeting for over a year. We love to play bridge because it's an endless source of fun and challenge. If you'd like to join us please show up on Thursday at 3:00 p.m. or call John Dippel at 860-480-5041.

Whether a beginner or advanced we'd love to see you.

 

 
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  6:45 PM Scoville Chess Club Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 

Drop in anytime and join with chess players of all ages and experience levels. Don't be bashful. A great learning opportunity for students, and for more developed players a chance to test your skill level.  Meets in the History room.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Friday February 13, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Saturday February 14, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Saturday Book Club, “Someone” by Alice Mcdermott. Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

McDermott lays bare the keenly observed life of Marie Commeford, an ordinary woman whose compromised eyesight makes her both figuratively and literally unable to see the world for what it is. We follow Marie through the milestones of her life as it unfolds in a nonlinear fashion: McDermott describes the loss of Marie's father, her first experience with intimacy, her first job (in a funeral parlor of all places), her marriage, the birth of a child. We come to feel for this unremarkable woman, whose vulnerability makes her all the more winning—and makes her worthy of our attention.

 

Wednesday February 18, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Mark Scarbrough presents a literary discussion of Eudora Welty's Short Stories Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Program runs for 7 consecutive Wednesdays through March 11.

No author surpasses Eudora Welty at the craft of the story. She is our American Chekhov, our Murakami. Her vision is always Southern and acute; her tone, careful; and her insights, stunning. In a packed spate of years, she wrote some of the finest short stories of the twentieth century. Scarbrough will explore  seven weeks of tall tales, funny yarns, quiet tragedies, and exquisite fictions about the human condition, replete with a Mississippi drawl. The best of Welty's stories will be read from the late 1930s and early '40s before finishing up  her masterwork, the story collection called “The Golden Apples”. Participants should have a copy of "The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty," available from the Scoville library, and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 1982. 

READING LIST

 

 

 

 

 
misc_none 10:30 AM  -  11:00 AM Wee Readers: Storytime for 0-2 Year Olds Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Meet other children and parents in your neighborhood in our Wee Readers Storytime, a fun interactive program geared for children ages 0-2.  Each week is filled with wonderful stories, bouncing lap rhymes, music, finger games, tickles and much more.  Storytime is followed by coloring activities and time with toys. Older siblings are welcome to attend.  

 

Thursday February 19, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:30 PM Scoville Bridge Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Stimulate your brain! Bridge is the ultimate game.

Every Thursday afternoon for a couple of hours a group of library patrons convenes in the Wardell Room, learning new tricks (and conventions) as we remember old ones. We're a small informal group which has been meeting for over a year. We love to play bridge because it's an endless source of fun and challenge. If you'd like to join us please show up on Thursday at 3:00 p.m. or call John Dippel at 860-480-5041.

Whether a beginner or advanced we'd love to see you.

 

 
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  6:45 PM Scoville Chess Club Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 

Drop in anytime and join with chess players of all ages and experience levels. Don't be bashful. A great learning opportunity for students, and for more developed players a chance to test your skill level.  Meets in the History room.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Friday February 20, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Saturday February 21, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Richard Boyle on Famous Faces: Portraits by Salisbury's Ellen Emmet Rand (1875-1941) Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Era of Elegance Series, in collaboration with the Salisbury Association Historical Society.

 

The illustrated talk will discuss the life and work of this singular portrait painter who came from a family of women painters.  Although she was based in Salisbury, Connecticut and had painted many local subjects, including members of the Scoville family, she also "took the likeness" of well-known and successful people beyond the borders of the state.  Those sitters included Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Joseph Choate, the American sculptors, Augustus St Gaudens and Frederick MacMonnies (she studied with the latter).  She also painted William James and that great Harvard scholar of Asian art, Langdon Warner.

Boyle specializes in American Art and Culture of the late 19th and 20th centuries. He  was the curator of painting and sculpture at the Cincinnati Art Museum, Director of Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts  and Adjunct Professor of art history at Temple University in Philadelphia.  He is a Benjamin Franklin Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in London.

 

Examples of Rand's work.

Sunday February 22, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Salisbury Family Services Community Garden Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Discuss organic vegetable growing, seed purchasing and  the preparation of  Salisbury's community garden for the 2015 season.   Everyone is welcome to attend including members of the Salisbury Community Garden, people with their own gardens,  and those who have never gardened before. Compare ideas, share info, order seeds and ask questions.

 

Wednesday February 25, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Mark Scarbrough presents a literary discussion of Eudora Welty's Short Stories Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Program runs for 7 consecutive Wednesdays through March 11.

No author surpasses Eudora Welty at the craft of the story. She is our American Chekhov, our Murakami. Her vision is always Southern and acute; her tone, careful; and her insights, stunning. In a packed spate of years, she wrote some of the finest short stories of the twentieth century. Scarbrough will explore  seven weeks of tall tales, funny yarns, quiet tragedies, and exquisite fictions about the human condition, replete with a Mississippi drawl. The best of Welty's stories will be read from the late 1930s and early '40s before finishing up  her masterwork, the story collection called “The Golden Apples”. Participants should have a copy of "The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty," available from the Scoville library, and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 1982. 

READING LIST

 

 

 

 

 
misc_none 10:30 AM  -  11:00 AM Wee Readers: Storytime for 0-2 Year Olds Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Meet other children and parents in your neighborhood in our Wee Readers Storytime, a fun interactive program geared for children ages 0-2.  Each week is filled with wonderful stories, bouncing lap rhymes, music, finger games, tickles and much more.  Storytime is followed by coloring activities and time with toys. Older siblings are welcome to attend.  

 

Thursday February 26, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 9:30 AM  -  3:00 PM Bus trip to the Wadsworth Athenaeum for Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 

Enjoy a group bus trip to the Wadsworth Athenaeum for the Exhibition, Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland. Co-sponsored by Noble Horizons.

This is the first major exhibition to use visual art as a lens to explore the lure that Coney Island exerted on American culture over a period of 150 years. A. The exhibition will feature more than 150 objects comprised of both celebrated icons of American art and rarely-shown works from private collections, including paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, posters, architectural artifacts and carousel animals.

Bus leaves from Wagner Terrace at Noble Horizons at 9:30.  Cost is $7 per person for group admission to the museum. Bring a bag lunch or eat at the museum cafe.

Registration required as seating is limited.  Call or email Joanne Moore at 860-435-9851 Ext 154.  Or jmoore@churchhomes.org

 

Snow date: Thursday March 6.

 

 

 

 
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:30 PM Scoville Bridge Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Stimulate your brain! Bridge is the ultimate game.

Every Thursday afternoon for a couple of hours a group of library patrons convenes in the Wardell Room, learning new tricks (and conventions) as we remember old ones. We're a small informal group which has been meeting for over a year. We love to play bridge because it's an endless source of fun and challenge. If you'd like to join us please show up on Thursday at 3:00 p.m. or call John Dippel at 860-480-5041.

Whether a beginner or advanced we'd love to see you.

 

 
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  6:45 PM Scoville Chess Club Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 

Drop in anytime and join with chess players of all ages and experience levels. Don't be bashful. A great learning opportunity for students, and for more developed players a chance to test your skill level.  Meets in the History room.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Friday February 27, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Saturday February 28, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Winter Hearty and Healthy Farm to Table with Stage Coach Chef Kyle Pezzano Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

 A “how to eat” series in collaboration with Noble Horizons.

Building on the success of last summer’s Farm to Table series pairing  local chefs with local farms and foods, this winter’s series will emphasize hot, hearty, and healthy dishes to satiate the appetite, warm the body and nourish the soul. While local foods are not quite as plentiful at this time of year there are still lots of dishes that can be made from fresh and preserved ingredients. Chef Pezzano from the Stage Coach Tavern, just over the border in Sheffield, MA will guide attendees in the preparation of several winter dishes which may include a glazed butternut squash, parsnip puree, seared chicken breast and an authentic Italian risotto.

Meets at the community room at Noble Horizons. Please register at www.noblehorizons.org, or call 860-435-9851 x 190 or call the library at 860-435-2838.

 

 
misc_none 4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM “Body Parts”, short stories by Betty Krasne with a book signing, and a reading by Macey Levin Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

“Body Parts” is Krasne’s most recent work. The Housatonic River Valley is the central focus of her stories. The book is composed of a series of linked tales which give a broader and deeper picture of a place, its varied inhabitants, and their interactions. The people in her stories may mean well, but not all goes well as they bump up against each other, their pasts, and their present needs.

Dr. Krasne is the author of four previous books, poems, and articles. She was a professor of literature at Mercy College, in Westchester, N. Y. and  director of the Honors and the McNair Scholars Program. She lives in Northwest Connecticut.

Macey Levin is founder of the Aglet Theatre Group which performs in Northwest Connecticut and the Berkshires. He was the artistic director at two theatres on Long Island directing over 35 productions. He lectures on theatre history and criticism.

 

Wednesday March 4, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Mark Scarbrough presents a literary discussion of Eudora Welty's Short Stories Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Program runs for 7 consecutive Wednesdays through March 11.

No author surpasses Eudora Welty at the craft of the story. She is our American Chekhov, our Murakami. Her vision is always Southern and acute; her tone, careful; and her insights, stunning. In a packed spate of years, she wrote some of the finest short stories of the twentieth century. Scarbrough will explore  seven weeks of tall tales, funny yarns, quiet tragedies, and exquisite fictions about the human condition, replete with a Mississippi drawl. The best of Welty's stories will be read from the late 1930s and early '40s before finishing up  her masterwork, the story collection called “The Golden Apples”. Participants should have a copy of "The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty," available from the Scoville library, and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 1982. 

READING LIST

 

 

 

 

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Friday March 6, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Wednesday March 11, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Mark Scarbrough presents a literary discussion of Eudora Welty's Short Stories Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Program runs for 7 consecutive Wednesdays through March 11.

No author surpasses Eudora Welty at the craft of the story. She is our American Chekhov, our Murakami. Her vision is always Southern and acute; her tone, careful; and her insights, stunning. In a packed spate of years, she wrote some of the finest short stories of the twentieth century. Scarbrough will explore  seven weeks of tall tales, funny yarns, quiet tragedies, and exquisite fictions about the human condition, replete with a Mississippi drawl. The best of Welty's stories will be read from the late 1930s and early '40s before finishing up  her masterwork, the story collection called “The Golden Apples”. Participants should have a copy of "The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty," available from the Scoville library, and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 1982. 

READING LIST

 

 

 

 

Friday March 13, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Friday March 20, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Friday March 27, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Friday April 3, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Friday April 10, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Friday April 17, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

Friday April 24, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM Pre-School Storytime Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories, learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy in this educational program. Craft time will follow to help your child build fine motor skills to get ready for kindergarten.  

 

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