Southington Kids' Place

a Blog from the Children's Department of the Southington Library & Museum

Don’t Miss the Next Registration –Subscribe to this Blog

If you don’t want to miss registration for our most popular children’s programs (Storytime, Tales & Tunes For Tots and many more), you may now subscribe to this blog. Blog subscriptions will replace emails sent by the Children’s Department. It’s easy and once your subscription is verified with a simple email, you’ll get an email any time a new post appears on the blog.

Look to the right of this post in the green box labeled blogroll. Find the link that is titled subscribe to email updates from this blog. Click on the link. Fill out the 2 boxes in the form provided. The first box requests your email address. If you want your updates via email leave the box Email SMTP checked. To stop spam, copy the code given into the second box and click on Subscribe me!  You will then receive an email from feedblitz asking you to confirm your subscription. All you do is click on the link in your feedblitz email and you are done. Each time there is a new post on this blog, you will receive an email. If you have any questions please post a reply, visit the Children’s Department or give us a call at 628-0947 X3.

For more information on events, programming and parenting issues, don’t forget to visit and subscribe to the Parent’s Connection blog. You’ll find the link for the Parent’s Connection in the green blogroll box. Click on the link, go to the blog and follow the simple directions to subscribe there.





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This entry was posted on November 27, 2007 by in Children's Programming, Libraries, Southington.
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