Storytelling, Earth Day, More

At our house, the weekend went by way too fast.  I’m mildly bitter about it, actually.  I’m just in a crappy mood.  The girls were treating me quite obnoxiously at dinner.  And I have a raging headache.  But enough about me!  We’ve got the Riverway Storytelling Festival and Earth Day and all sorts of fun this week.  And if you feel like it, I posted again on the CBS 6 Blog, too.

All Week Long

  • It’s the Riverway Storytelling Festival. This is a great opportunity to hear some great storytelling!  There’s a family event every night this week at 6:30 or 7 pm, and more this weekend.  If you go, tell us about it!
  • At Bethlehem Public Library, they’re playing board games every day after school as part of TV Turn Off week.

Monday, April 19th

Tuesday, April 20th

  • No sign-up is required for the 10:15 am Preschool Storytime at Crandall Public Library.
  • They’ve just announced free burritos at both locations at Bombers at lunchtime, but you should plan on giving some money to some friends who need help (details at link).
  • At 2:30 pm, there’s Walking Wonders for babies just beginning to walk at Crandall Public Library.  Sign up ahead of time.
  • At 4 pm, there’s a Young Poets Studio at the Lansingburgh Branch Library.  It’s for kids 7 to 12.
  • At 6:30 pm at Voorheesville Public Library, they’re doing Family Evening Stories with Miss Amy.  It’s for kids preschool to 2nd grade, and registration is requested.
  • No sign-up is required for the 7 pm Preschool Storytime at Crandall Public Library.
  • At Bethlehem Public Library, it’s Pajamarama from 7-7:30 pm.  For kids up to 6 and families.

Wednesday, April 21st

Thursday, April 22nd

Friday, April 23rd

  • Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library is also celebrating TV Turn Off with drop-in Games for kids.  Toddler games will be from 10-11 am, and the k-5th grade set can play from 4-5 pm.
  • It’s time for Stretching with Stuffee at the Children’s Museum at Saratoga from 10-10:30 am.  Free with museum admission.
  • Scotia Branch Library has a Storytime for families with kids under 5 at 10:30 am.  It’s a drop-in program.
  • Take a challenging hike at Moreau Lake State Park at 1 pm.
  • From 3-4:30 pm it’s Teen Time at the Bethlehem Public Library.  Play Wii, Guitar Hero, and more.
  • There’s another Wild, Wacky Woodcock Watch at 6:30 pm at the Albany Pine Bush.  Pre-registration required, and it’s $2/person, $5/person.
  • Do a Spring Peeper (frogs)  Survey at Five Rivers at 7 pm.  Bring a flashlight and wear your galoshes!

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