Special Columbus Day Edition of KidsOutAndAbout's Newsletter: October 8, 2012
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Dear KidsOutAndAbout readers:
It's Columbus Day! Did you know that Columbus Day is the KidsOutAndAbout single busiest day of the year? It's because everyone suddenly needs something to do, and they naturally turn to us for solutions.
And we do have solutions!
Here is our big Columbus Day page: COLUMBUS DAY BIG LIST
Our seasonal pages are extremely popular options for family fun today:
Here are some Columbus Day highlights!
Congress Park Nature Walk: Join the Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park as we take a walk with the Saratoga Spring Public Library through beautiful Congress Park.
Fall celebration at My Place to Play: Rain or shine, bring the kids in for a great time! We're having a PARTY!
Sing-Along with David Grover: Join beloved local troubadour David Grover in a family friendly concert of songs. Free with Museum admission. Sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union.
LEGO Building Challenge: Bring friends, family, and colleagues to work together to create beautiful LEGO structures. Basic building blocks will be provided; however, contestants may also bring their own. Space is limited, and pre-registration is required. Register online.
Focus on Nature XII at the New York State Museum. Focus on Nature XII is a juried exhibition of natural and cultural history illustration that features artwork from around the world. Artists depict biological, geological, and archeological subjects using a wide range of media, from traditional watercolor to recently developed digital techniques.
Disney On Ice presents Treasure Trove : Last day at the Glens Falls Civic Center. Shows at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 7pm.
Power of Masks at the Crandall Public Library. Power of Masks exhibition shows masks on a continuum from sacred to secular:
Binx Pop Up Holiday Shop: Tiny Tots Tea Room is Thrilled to Welcome its new Partner Binx for the Holiday Season!
Reconnecting With Nature: A Program For Children & Parents: at the Saratoga Springs Public Library: Reconnecting with Nature: A Program for Children and Parents. Join Laura Clark, Librarian, and an intern from Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park in the Crawshaw Story Room and then walk to Congress Park for a nature scavenger hunt.
Music for All Ages: A Family Concert with Roger Tincknell at Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library: Award-winning singer and multi-instrumentalist Roger Tincknell will have you clapping, dancing & singing along at a lively concert for children of all ages.
We hope you have a great Columbus Day!