Today guest blogger Diane talked about something a LOT of us have been through or are currently going through (cough cough, LEVY) toddler sleep issues! Help a mother out and give her your tips on how you survived this particular circle of parenting hell. I also shared Baby Jack's first photo shoot with you, they did such a great job over at Image Photo and Events, I urge you to check them out here! Here are the events for tomorrow, and don't forget about the School Break Survival Guide: February Edition, I've updated it yet again and will continue to do so to make sure you have all the info you need to survive the week! Have a great night everyone!
- Saratoga Independent School is hosting an Open House today (snow date is February 9th) to give parents the opportunity to learn more about its elementary and preschool programs, meet the staff, and take a tour of the facilities. The morning Open House begins at 9:30am; however, parents are also invited to join us at 9:00 AM to see our K-6 Community Morning Meeting. An Open House and tour will also be offered at 6pm. Please RSVP to Maegan Conley at 583-0841 if you plan to attend.
- Drop-in 1:30-4:30PM Wednesdays at The Hyde Collection during the school year for children ages 6-12 with adult chaperone for Artfull Afternoons. Each week children are invited to learn about a specific artist, work of art, or style from the Museum’s permanent collection. Children will explore a variety of artistic mediums as they create their own Hyde-inspired masterpiece.This program follows the Glens Falls School District schedule for vacation and snow days. Click here for a PDF of the February Artfull Afternoons weekly schedule.
- Alphabet Soup is on today at the Children’s Museum at Saratoga! From 10:30 – 11:00am join them for this multidimensional language experience that is a fun way to reinforce early literacy in preschoolers! Starting with the letter A, each week kids will learn a new letter of the alphabet through crafts, games, stories, songs and more.