Join us at the library on Thursday, August 9th @ 11:30 AM for a fun afternoon of stories about dogs and meet a special guest, Lark the Therapy Dog!
At the Schodack Town Hall, 265 Schuurman Rd., on Tuesday, Aug. 14th @ 7 p.m.:
Since 1993, Regi Carpenter has been inspiring audiences throughout the county with a diverse repertoire of world stories, folktales, myths, music and personal stories of her hometown Clayton, NY, on the St. Lawrence River. Regi mixes mirth, music and everyday events into myths and muses about life, and nothing in particular.
Equally adept at storytelling and musical performances for children and adults, Regi has won the Parents’ Choice Gold award and Storytelling World award. Regina’s wit, compassion, and craft are reflected in her workshops, keynotes, adult and children’s programs. This program will be appropriate for all ages. Registration is recommended. Call 766-2715 or go to www.eastgreenbushlibrary.org.
Scotia-Glenville Children’s Museum travels to the library to teach per-schoolers and kindergarteners simple science facts about spiders and their silk and webs by using conversation, role playing with finger puppets, singing, storytelling and movement.