Southington Kids' Place

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

Winter Registration



Just a little reminder for those of you looking for something to do this school vacation, we are having A Holiday Fantasy puppet show Monday, December 29th at 10:30AM. 

Registration for Winter Storytime and Tales & Tunes For Tots will take place on Thursday, January 8, 2008, beginning at 9:00AM.  Southington residents may register online or in person at the Children’s Services Desk. To register your child, please click on “children’s programming calendar” in the green blogroll box on the right.  Find the first day of class.  Remember to register your child for the age appropriate class.  This is determined by using the child’s age on the date of registration.

At 9:00AM on the date of registration, a hand holding a pen will appear to the far right (if the hand does not appear, please refresh your screen).  Click on the hand, making sure not to click the calendar icon and enter your child’s name. Your name should not appear anywhere in the registration. Fill in your telephone number and click “save.”  You should then receive a confirmation message. 

In order to complete your registration you must come to the library and sign the Attendance Contract before the first class.  In order to provide the opportunity for as many children as possible to attend Storytime or Tales & Tunes For Tots, we must remove the name of any child whose contract remains unsigned before the first day of class.



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This entry was posted on December 26, 2008 by in Children's Programming, Libraries, Southington.
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