Southington Kids' Place

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

Registration Reminder – Children’s Programs For The New Year

I’d like to take a minute to wish everyone a happy, healthy New Year. Let’s hope 2008 brings peace and prosperity to all

The new year brings new programs for your children to enjoy at the library. Registration for Storytime, Tales & Tunes For Tots and Playdate takes place on Thursday January 10, 2008 at 9:00AM. You may register in person or online. See the post below for specific instructions. For more information on programs parents and children can enjoy together, including Music Together, an animal visit from the Children’s Museum and the resumption of the Mommy & Me/Daddy & Me Saturday Storytime, use the link to the left, under the blogroll titled “parent’s connection.”

The new year also brings more programming for children of all ages. Come and join us for Cover to Cover: A Reading and Eating Rave and Rant on Wednesday January 9th at 6:00PM. Kids age 9+ discuss a terrific book and have a pizza dinner. This program requires registration and meets monthly. Don’t miss it

After School Adventures invites children ages 7-10 to its most mysterious edition ever on Tuesday January 15th at 4:00PM. Children will play games, have a snack and receive mystery prizes. We can’t tell you what because that would spoil the fun. Register and find out.

Children ages 7-12 are invited to register to attend our Scrapbooking For Children class on Saturday January 19th at 11:00AM. All materials will be provided. You bring the photos and the memories.

Keep your eye on our blogs for more information on upcoming programs. To subscribe to this blog, follow the directions on the post below entitled “Don’t Miss The Next Registration – Subscribe To This Blog” or contact the Children’s Department at 628-0947.


2 comments on “Registration Reminder – Children’s Programs For The New Year

  1. Lynn
    January 10, 2008

    I was wondering about the Warm and Fuzzy program. I was going to register for the program on line on 1/10 at 9am. When there was no indicator to register for it, I called the children’s department and was informed that registration was not available on line and that the program was full. I guess my question is how can the program be full, if the registration wasn’t until 1/10 at 9am and I called at 9:10? Could you please indicate on the website or in the newspaper whether or not you can register for the program on line or if you need to register in person and also if the registration date is different than the other programs. It seems like for this program I could have registered prior to 1/10, but it was not clear.
    Thank you

  2. splchildrens
    January 10, 2008

    That’s a great suggestion Lynn. From here on in, I will indicate that “In Person Registration Is Required.” I’m sorry that you could not get in to our Warm & Fuzzy Program. We added a second show to accommodate more children, but the demand was so high for this program. Kids just love animals and animals at the library, what could be better?

    Publicity for some of our one time only (or two-time only) programs may appear at the library first. This is especially true of programs that only take a limited number of children. Because of the animals, Warm & Fuzzy was one of those shows. Because I added a second show, I thought there were enough spaces to post the program online. They just filled so quickly!

    I hope you will join us for future programs where I will post the place of registration information. Thanks again for the suggestion!

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This entry was posted on January 3, 2008 by in Children's Literature, Children's Programming, Libraries, Southington.
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