Now Open! New Dramatic Play Center: Taco Truck
See new and wonderful dramatic play items made possible by the Rotary Club of Two Rivers. Then see imaginations soar, conversations ignite and interactions become drama (in a good way)!
More Let them PLAY! Events:
Ms. Terry & Ms. Tami lead play and story sessions for young children featuring some of the new dramatic-play center acquisitions provided by the Rotary Club of Two Rivers. No registration required. 10:15 AM & 12:30 PM
Treehouse: Wednesday, October 9
This three-level hardwood structure is like a dollhouse, but packed with delightful outdoorsy details like rope ladders and a slide. Its rooms are accessible from front and back so little hands can maneuver furniture and pose family members.
House: Wednesday, October 16
A perennially favorite theme. Baby dolls, strollers, crib, changing table and high chair, along with a play kitchen counter and other items that kids can use to work and play in the homes of their imaginations.
Developmental Screening Day
Monday, October 21
Appointments are available from 9:00-12:00 PM & 3:30-7:00 PM and last about an hour.
Don’t play wait-and-see with your child’s development. All screenings are free and open to the public, and are geared for children 2 months to 5 years of age.
Screenings are conducted by trained developmental screeners from Birth to 3, Lakeshore Family Resources, Manitowoc County Health Department, CESA #7 Head Start and Early Head Start and Manitowoc Public Schools. This program is sponsored by the Healthiest Manitowoc County Investing Early Coalition. To register your child for a screening, call Terry at (920)793-7118.
Wednesday, October 30 6:30 PM
The library is haunted! Can Magic Man Robert Allen coax our ghost out of hiding? Spooky fun for the whole family. No registration required.
Babies Bloom at the Lester Public Library
Plant the seed to your baby’s success! Believe it or not, learning to read begins at birth. Sharing books together strengthens your baby’s foundation for learning and creates a long-lasting relationship with their favorite teacher – you! Babies Bloom at the Lester Public Library encourages parents and caregivers to read 100 books to their child before the age of 1. Babies who participate in the program will receive a special bib and a record sheet to keep track of the books they read. After each milestone of 25 books, participants will receive a free book to add to their home library. Stop by the library’s Help Desk to register for the program.
Plant the seed to your child’s success! Believe it or not, learning to read begins before kindergarten. Sharing books together strengthens your child’s foundation for learning and creates a long lasting relationship with their favorite teacher-YOU! Register for the program at the Help Desk any time before your child enters 5-year-old kindergarten and receive a record sheet to keep track of the books you read. For every 100 books read you will receive a free book for your home library.