Mamatoga Daily: Wednesday, Sept. 21st, plus announcing our NEW SITTERTOGA Page!!

So we have a very exciting new feature to announce readers, an easy way to connect you guys to a group of screened babysitters, so far we have about twenty available sitters who are all college students and all ready to start sitting! In order to not share their information publicly we will not be posting anything on the site. All you have to do is contact us and and we can put you in touch with one of the sitters. In order to put in a sitter information request we require that you be a facebook friend of Mamatoga and that you give us a little information in your email, just a phone number, your full name and any specific time/date requirements. We will list more of the guidelines under our Sittertoga page, but you can start contacting us right away if you are in need of a sitter! So start planning that night out or yoga class and contact us now! Also, if you know of anyone who is looking for babysitting jobs or is sitting kids in their home, please send us their information. We're looking for high school girls on up, nannying or mother's helpers and anything in between. Also, we're putting some new items up on the Marketplace tomorrow so be sure to check that out and send in any items for sale by tomorrow at 10am if you would like them listed on this week's featured Marketplace post. Here are a few Wednesday activities as well, I hope you are all having a great night and have a fantastic Wednesday!

  • The Saratoga Library has Toddler Story Time from 9:30-9:50 and 11-11:20am. For kids 24-42 months.  Preschool Story Time from 10:15-10:45 for 42 months to 5 years.
  • The Children's Museum has Alphabet Soup from 10:30 – 11:30 am.  Starting with the letter A, each week we will learn a new letter of the alphabet through crafts, games, stories, songs and more. This multidimensional language experience is a fun way to reinforce early literacy in preschoolers!  AND Cooking Around the World from 3:30-4:30pm.  We’ll send our taste buds on an international adventure by cooking up kid-friendly recipes from around the world. Past culinary explorations include banana empanadas from Brazil, Algerian fruit salad, sweet crepes from France. Please sign up at the front desk.
  • Stop by the Saratoga Farmers' Market today from 3-6pm at the High Rock Pavilions on High Rock Ave. The market has over 50 LOCAL vendors. They have everything from meats to flowers, milk to veggies, pottery to soap, honey, ready-to eat food and yummy baked goods. Don't forget Wednesdays they have a knife sharpener too!