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Events & Programs
March 31: "Natural World Storytime:" Animal Tracks
Looking for a new way to share the natural world with your child? The North Conway Library will be presenting a monthly, hour-long story time program through the spring for children of all ages, focused on learning about nature through crafts, activities and books.
Alice Puccio, education coordinator at AMC in Pinkham Notch, is leading the program, which will be held on Saturday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m. in the library’s children’s room.
Alice has worked in education for the past eight years, primarily with nonprofits that connect kids and families to the outdoors.
The programs take place on the last Saturday of each month and are free and open for residents & visitors. They are most appropriate for children ages 4 and older; children must be accompanied by an adult. Call (603) 356-2961 for more information.
March 31: “Animal Tracks:” kids will be read books about animal signs and learn to identify animal tracks and make their own potato print tracks. Then they’ll go outside to practice their new skills.
April 28: “Birds” with activities including bird coloring pages, making pine cone bird feeders and a walk to look for birds.
May 26: “Flowers:” children will make crepe paper flowers and plant seeds they can take home with them, as well as being read the book “Sidewalk Flowers” by Jon Amo Lawson.
For more information, contact the North Conway Library at (603) 356-2961.