- In case you missed it, today Katie Gorsky from The Gorksy House was the guest blogger du jour with some fantastic, real life tips on how to save money, check out that post here. And for an AMAZING goulash recipe head over to Just Two More Bites for Papatogian Tom's recipe, it's perfect for Super Bowl Sunday! I added the Know Before You Go page to help get you prepared for the little things in life for your little ones, how to do Chowderfest with kids, what to expect at a first dental visit, picking a preschool and more. Check out the February School Break Survival Guide for all the info you need on what to do with the kids while they're out of school, I'll be adding to it continuously to give you the latest info. Speaking of info, don't forget the Summer Camps Know Before You Go Edition, some of these camps are starting to register NOW so head over there to see the TONS of options we have in Saratoga!
- At the Saratoga Springs Public Library from 9:30 - 9:50am is Toddler Story Time, 10:15-10:45am is Preschool Story Time. From 7-8pm is the Teen Advisory Group (TAG) and from 8 - 8:30pm is the Rebel Book Club.
- Also at the Library from 4:30 - 5:15pm is Hola-La: Pepa in the Winter. In “Pepa en el invierno/Pepa in the winter,” Pepa has a snow day! She wakes up in her house, gets her winter clothes on and plays outside in the snow with her friend “Manolo” the snowman! Pepa and Manolo will have fun on Pepa’s snow day playing winter sports, building an iglu, and enjoying hot chocolate by a cozy fire! As always, practical language will be incorporated throughout the session, which can easily be reinforced at home. (Crawshaw Story Room) For children 2.5-5 years of age. Program meets Jan.26 and Feb. 2, 9, and 16. Registration is required.
- From 10:30 – 12 pm join them at the Children’s Museum for Silly Science! Each week kids will explore the different ways science is all around us! Kids will learn about water, forces, seasons, animals, and much more!
Today from 6:30 to 8pm is the Saratoga Reads! Junior Book Discussion Part One at the Saratoga Springs Public Library. Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students are invited to join Saratoga Springs High School students and Skidmore students to discuss one of the junior companion books, “Phinaes Gage: A Gruesome but True Story about Brain Science” by John Fleischman. Free admission.
- Today is Tours for Tots 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 are center around a new theme each week.