Building Day

July 27 @ 2:30 pm4:30 pm

This program is recommended for students going into 1st grade and up.  Drop in between 2:30-4:30.

Come and build with a variety of building materials including LEGO’s, blocks, straws and connectors, and recycled materials.

Father’s Goose’s Tale Presented by Nappy’s Puppets

Tuesday, July 26 at 10:30

Come enjoy Nappy’s puppet show that will include shadow puppets, stories and songs.

Check out videos of Nappy’s performance.

Jim Napolitano, or “Uncle Nappy” to his fans, is a native of Milford, Connecticut, and a graduate of the University of Connecticut’s Puppet Arts Program. After completion of his degree, Jim worked with Bits ‘N’ Pieces Puppet Theatre of Tampa Bay, Florida. He performed around the country and around the world, including The National Culture Center in Japan and The National Theater in Taiwan.

Jim’s work can be seen on the PBS show Between The Lions. Other television credits include The Book Of Pooh, The Weinerville Chanukah Special, A Show of Hands and Stick Stickly. Jim has also worked on programs for Scholastic Home Video and HBO Pictures.

Hula Hoop Program

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

July 11 @ 6:30 pm8:00 pm   

For students going into grade 3rd and up.

After some brief hula hooping instructions, demonstration, and a short performance of where Hoop Dance can take a performer, the group gets to try hula hooping themselves, while Pinto Bella walks around to give one on one instruction, trouble shooting, and help with new tricks. After the group has all had opportunities to play and hoop around, we take some time for organized games that teach team work and communication with the hoop!

To finish the day, every one finds a seat, we lower the lights, and Pinto Bella performs one last number with her LED light up hoops. Of course, we keep this a surprise for the kids until the final moment!

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Vacation Adventure

Tuesday,  July 12, 10:30-11:30.   Explore the season of summer and vacations through hands on learning centers.  The program will be run by Laura Franzone from the Haverhill Family and Community Connection.  Recommended for children 7 years and younger.