BE MY VALENTINE!
Looking for some crafts and ideas about Valentineís Day?
Want to make something for your true love? Nothing says you care as much as a homemade gift. Try this simple craft: Put red and white jelly beans in a glass jar and decorate the jar with heart suckers and ribbons. Follow this link for complete directions.
For some other cool ideas that donít take a lot of the green stuff, are quick and easy, and the price is right, try the crafts at this website.
Not the crafty kind, but still want to give something homemade? Take it to the kitchen and try some fun Valentine recipes. Make heart shaped brownies using a mix, then cut out individual brownies with a heart-shaped cookie cutter. Want something a little more involved? How about Stained Glass Cookies, Cappuccino Truffles, Dipped Chocolate Treats, or Rocky Road Fudge? Try the recipes here.
With a little thought--and a computer with internet access (visit your library!)--- you can make Valentineís Day special for that special someone!
A New Goal for Your Child:
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Our reading program is a toddler now! Is your toddler signed up? Registration forms are available at the library for infants on up. And get this, all you have to do is READ! What could be easier?!
Programs in February
Join us at Story Time for preschoolers every Monday and Tuesday in the Story Corner
Mondays at 11:15 a.m. with Miss Linda
What do you do after school? Choose something special!
After School Specials
Febuuary 17th 2:45 - 4:00 p.m.
Limited to the first 20 kids that sign up: snacks, crafts, fun!
Upcoming dates for the specials:
Dr. Seussís Birthday
National Education Associationís Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss.
Stay tuned for more
LEAP DAY - FEBRUARY 29, 2012
Leap Day is the extra day in Leap Year that occurs every four years.
What does this mean for you? It means February will have an extra day at its end this year--February 29th. If you were born on this date, you could only celebrate your birthday every four years on its actual date. Youíd have to wait four years before you would turn one year old! Be extra nice to any Leap Day Babies that you know!
CRAFT IDEA: VALENTINEíS DAY BOOKMARK
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