Here is our Daily for Thursday readers! We hope you are enjoying browsing our first ever Marketplace, don't forget there are TWO Marketplace posts this week, here and here. Also, check out my kids yoga post from today for information about the class that will be running tomorrow. AND finally, we are announcing our First Annual Summer in Saratoga Photo Contest finalists! Ashley Brown from Ashley Brown Photography helped us decide on the finalists and now we are going to turn the voting over to you guys. We truly appreciate everyone that entered and it is a huge understatement to say that it was difficult to choose only three out of all of the amazing photographs that you guys sent in! At the bottom of the post please find the poll to vote on the finalists and start voting Mamas!
- The Children's Museum has Story Art from 10:30 – 11am. Reading together is always better, so please join us for an exciting new story each week! We’ll use our imaginations and stories from around the world to inspire creative and unique art projects. Story Art this week will be learning about Johnny Appleseed!
- At the Saratoga Springs Public Library they have their Monthly Mixed Media for Teens and Video Games Design Lab for Teens from 4-5pm and 7-8:30 respectively. ***As a reminder, the library parking lot will be closed on Thursday and Friday and the library will be CLOSED Friday. They will be OPEN on Thursday, but parking might be a challenge. There is free public parking in the surface lot on Spring Street, between Putnam and Henry Streets, and in the smaller lot at the corner of Henry and Caroline Streets.
- If you are looking for information on Daisy, Brownie or Girl Scouts in the Saratoga area, you can email email@example.com. Daisy's are for girls in Kindergarten and 1st grade, Brownies are for 2nd and 3rd graders and Girl Scouts are for older ages.
- At the Saratoga Film Forum TONIGHT and Friday at 7:30, Sunday at 7pm they are screening the film Beginners. Check out their website for more information about the film starring Ewan McGregor. Tickets are $7 for general admission, $5 for Film Forum Members and $5 for students with valid student ID.