Mon, May 04|
Virtual - Storytelling and Exploration - Nature Explorers
Join Coral Conant Gilles virtually for stories and nature discovery. I'm so excited to announce that this program is going digital! We've all had so much cancelled recently, but the Monona Library is ADAPTING!
Time & Location
May 04, 2020, 5:15 PM – 6:00 PM
About the Event
Join Coral Conant Gilles virtually for stories and nature discovery. Coral's stories inspire exploration, invoke curiosity, and keep us company during difficult times. Coral will also share some of her discoveries and give ideas for exploring on your own during social distancing.
Please follow the link to register and get the Zoom information.
Nature Explorers: Kids Naturally Story & Activity Hour "Let's Explore Pond Critters" Read.Dream.Share! Read about pond critters, dream about how you can protect them, share your love of nature with others!
Registration of one contact person is encouraged, so we can alert you if there are any changes to our plans.
Announcments, April 30, 2020
Hi Everyone! I'm so excited about my first Zoom event! I have two really important announcements for you:
1. For safety and security reasons, the Zoom link is not public. You need to register for the event. Click on the "ticket" information on the event to register (it's free!). You can complete the form, but it that doesn't work for some reason, you can email Karen: <Karen at mononalibrary.org> Registration closes at noon on Monday (event is 5:15 PM Monday). If you need to register after registration closes, please email Karen, she will do her best to manage late registrations, but if you just do it now, that would be AWESOME!
2. After stories, I will lead us through a craft related to one of the stories so you can tell it over and over at home! I will provide different levels of detail and difficulty for scribblers through those skilled with scissors and glue. Please bring what materials you have and are appropriate for the age and skill level of your child. Please bring: - a lunch size paper bag, a paper plate, or a piece of green, white, or brown paper cut in a circle about the size of a paper plate - markers, crayons, or paint - especially green, red, black, and brown - optional: scissors, green, brown and red paper (or felt or craft foam), white or black pom poms, googly eyes, and glue
Let me know if I can answer any questions for you!