Homeschool Program: "By the Books"
In preparation for this morning, your family will read one or more of the following settler-themed books: Farmer Boy, by Laura Ingalls Wilder; Happy Birthday, Kirsten!, from The American Girls Collection; L is For Lincoln, by Kathy-Jo Wargin; and Kindle Me a Riddle, by Roberta Karim. (All of these books are available through the Lincoln Trails Library System.) We will briefly discuss the books, see some artifacts that will look familiar from the books, and do many activities â€œBy the Books.â€ You may even come dressed up as one of your favorite characters! This will be a great experience-filled day with settler chores, crafts, and games not often seen. Recommended for ages 2 and up, with parental accompaniment required. $3 per child. Registration and payment due March 1; (217) 586-2612 or email@example.com. Museum of the Grand Prairie, Lake of the Woods Forest Preserve, 950 N. Lombard, Mahomet, 9:30 â€“ 11:30 a.m.
Orpheum Toddler Tuesday
Every Tuesday, come join the fun with activities for toddlers that provide an opportunity to work on developing language, cognitive, and social skills. For more information visit, orpheumkids.org
Kirby Derby Training Sessions
FREE physical and informational Training for this year's 7th Annual Kirby Derby in Monticello! The training sessions will be held at Monticello Middle School and are completely open to the public! Join in on the fun and start your training towards a healthier lifestyle and this year's Kirby Derby off right!
Fluid Events Bluesday Tuesday
Bluesday Tuesday, a FREE open blues jam hosted by Champaign bands Johnnie Mae & The Surreal Deal - every Tuesday night 8:00pm at the Fluid Event Center, running till June 24th. For more information, visit http://fluideventcenter.com/