Mamatoga Daily: Thursday, Feb. 23rd

Here is the Daily for Thursday readers! February Break is coming to a close, for some ideas on what to do for the rest of the week off check out the Original February Break Survival Guide here. And don't forget, there is still time to enter to win a pair of tickets to the Children's Museum Birthday Bash happening on March 10th! For all the details click here and enter today, it's going to be a great night! In case you missed it, today I gave you my Top Ten Baby Food Essentials, and yesterday I had the Fit Tip and my live chat with Jessica Alba and Christopher Gavigan from The Honest Company, click here to check that out! I hope you all have a great night readers! The picture above is a reference to the at home Oscar Party I'm planning, but more on that later...xoxo

  • From 10:30-12 check out Silly Science at the Children's Museum at Saratoga. Each week kids will explore the different ways science is all around us and will learn about water, forces, seasons, animals, and much more!
  • Cocoa and popcorn are the perfect accompaniment to watching a movie about cold and ice!  The movie March of the Penguins will be shown free of charge at the Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park Office at 80 Scout Road starting at 2:00 pm.  Did you know that Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park once was covered in glaciers and looked like the arctic? Come learn about the different adaptations that these wonderfully unique birds have acquired due to their harsh environmental settings. All ages are welcome and preregistration is required.
  • Tours for Tots is today at The Hyde Collection. A weekly program designed especially for children ages 3-6 (accompanied by an adult chaperone), this free program offers a guided tour of part of the permanent collection. Following the tour, children are invited to create their own works of art. Sessions center around a new theme each week.
  • Check out Theme Thursday at The Wonder Room from 9am – 2pm for ages 3 and up – Activities inspired by their theme “Going Places”. How do we get there?  Who gets us there? Where do we go? and what helps us find our way?