Whether you buy them or make them, this is the week to start getting those all-important Valentine’s Day cards ready for your little ones to share with their friends and loved ones. Visit one of the libraries on our list this week, and take home a couple of Valentine’s Day stories to get you in the spirit! Cupid will launch his arrows of love in just over a week, so check back in with us for your complete guide to all things Valentine for the upcoming weekend.By Pamela Badolato
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Monday, February 6
Learn how animals prepare to have a family at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, and then make some “natural” Valentines for the animals which will be left around the center.
Designed especially for moms who have experienced miscarriage or loss of pregnancy of any kind, Belly Pilates & Maternal Wellness Studio invites you to a free, three-week Tiny Footprints Yoga. No personal story-telling is required, just enjoy the comradery of women who just “get” why you are there. Read more about how Belly Pilates & Maternal Wellness Studio is empowering women.
Tuesday, February 7
Come to Circle Time at Haverford Township Library where children of all ages will wiggle and giggle while participating in story time, songs, and free play.
With a predicted high of 52 degress today, story time at Jenkin’s Arboretum is not to be missed! Children will learn about nature and their surroundings.
Wednesday February 8
Mother Goose is on the loose at Radnor Memorial Library! This half hour program for children up to age 15 months and their caregivers is fast-paced to coincide with their attention span, and includes stories, flannel board stories, musical instruments, and more.
Dance, play, move, and groove with Music Monkey Jungle at The Children’s Boutique.
Thursday, February 9
Spend a cozy hour for story time at the Creative Living Room! Bring your friends for story time, activities, and open play.
If you want to provide your teen with a safe place to hang out after school, let them head over to Haverford Township Library. Their teen headquarters is the perfect place to hang out with friends, have a snack, or play video games.
The Main Line Early Education Fair will make it easy to learn about the best preschool and kindergarten programs, camps, and childcare options in our area. Discover the best fit to help your child excel! This event will focus on the needs of families with children age 6 and younger.
- Meet leading schools, camps, and childcare providers.
– Learn how to find the right program for your child.
– Explore different types of schools, educational philosophies, and special programs.
– Find out about the admissions process, when to apply, and what schools look for in applicants.
– Determine what budget you should be looking at and receive information about scholarships and tax credits.