I hope everyone had a great weekend and was able to stay warm! I spent my weekend visiting with an old friend and her beautiful new baby, sledding, enjoying an amazing brunch and doing a little shopping, all in all a fantastic weekend. For tomorrow the Saratoga Springs Library has a bunch of great activities lined up, and for all of the events going on check out the Mamatoga Calendar! If you have an event you'd like to see listed there shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get it up there for you. Don't forget about the Mamatoga Top Fives over at Saratoga.com, you can find those here, and I hope everyone has a great night! Stay tuned this week for my full review of brunch at Sperry's, more from our Gear Guru and much much more...
- The Parent/Child Workshop is at the Dutcher Community Room at the Saratoga Springs Public Library today. Children ages 12-36 months and their parent or caregiver will participate in interactive hands-on learning and play stations from 9:15-10:30am. A children’s librarian will lead a circle time with songs and movement activities. Mondays, beginning Jan. 23 and ending May 7. Registration is required, parents may register in the Children’s Room or by phone (584-7860 option 3) for the Winter/Spring session of all toddler and preschool story times, story/music, story/art and/or the parent/child workshops. Register once for the entire series.
- Also at the Library from 9:30-9:50am is Toddler Story Time for children ages 24-42 months with a parent or caregiver. Begins the week of January 17 and ends the week of May 7. This interactive program is designed to foster a love of stories, as well as encourage the development of pre-literacy skills through stories, rhymes and songs. Registration is required.
- From 10:15-10:45am is the Preschool Story/Music Program and 10:45am – 12pm is another Parent/Child Workshop. From 4:30-5:15pm is Storytime Science, a story and hands-on science activity each week with Library Staff. For children in grades K-2. Series meets Jan. 23 and 30, Feb. 6 and 13, registration required.