Well, the snowshoe class that was scheduled for tomorrow is canceled due to lack of snow, but there are still some fun activities lined up for tomorrow to keep your little one busy! Today at Mamatoga I added a new post to the School Break Survival Guide, a bunch of my favorite crafts found on Pinterest! Check it out and find out how to make your little one their very own jet pack or some very cool melted crayon art! And if you're staying in on New Year's Eve with the kids, check out the Mamatoga How-to for a fun filled New Year's Eve full of ideas from recipes to crafts to local family friendly activities! Don't forget about the new Winter Guide that has all the details on the goings on about town for the winter season from First Night to Chowderfest! I'm thinking of doing a snow dance here mamas, even though I might be known to complain when there is TOO much snow it would be nice to have a little snow, we haven't been sledding once so far and I need to get Finn out snowboarding! So tonight I'm thinking happy snow thoughts readers...
- The Puppet People presenting A Christmas Carol will be at the Saratoga Springs Public Library. A Charles Dickens’ holiday classic, this show features beautiful handcrafted marionettes, shadow puppets, gorgeous masks, lavish costumes, vivid sets, a professional soundtrack that includes many holiday favorites, and a giant 9-foot parade puppet. This program is for ages five and older. Free tickets will be available in the Children’s Room and shows are at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
- The Go! World Awareness Museum in Glens Falls has European Holiday Traditions: Germany from 10:30am – 12:30pm. Join them for a festive morning of German holiday traditions with hosts Margot and John Herzog and Lisa Adamson. Create a German nutcracker and enjoy German music and sweets.
- Silly Science is at the Children's Museum today from 10:30 – 11:30am. Each week they will explore the different ways science is all around us! We will learn about water, forces, seasons, animals, and much more!
- At 1pm check out The Science of a Snowflake at the Children’s Museum of Science and Technology in Troy! Join them as they explore what makes snowflakes so unique, see how crystals form and experiment with nanoscience to see how snowflakes self-assemble! Ages 5+. Free for CMOST Members, $2.00 Non-members, plus admission to The Museum. Pre-registration is required.