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What iconic American symbol is yellow, water-proof and loved by young and old alike? Parents or caregivers can join us with children newborn to 4 years old to dance and sing familiar melodies, play instruments, and take advantage of this fun, interactive 30-minute class. Parkland and its neighboring cities are filled with talented local authors, and here’s a chance to chat with some of them about their books. If you don’t know what any of this means, don’t worry! Put it all together with new and old friends during this relaxing morning of jigsaw puzzles.
Rubber Duckies have been floating around since the 1800s. Decompress and let your mind wander while enjoying this latest creative trend: coloring books for adults. Note: There are two sessions of this class this morning. The benefits of music-making are well documented, especially its impact on brain development in children. Stop by their tables and say hello at this mini fair: Becky Graham (Faithful: An Unexpected Journey to Motherhood), Rowdy Gifford (The Man with 17 Names), Lawrence Fish (Tales from the Stoop), Helena De Luca (Creative Coloring®), Liane Sangollo (End Your Self-Sabotage: 8 Deadly Patterns Preventing You from Leading the Life You Want), and Parkland Writers’ Café members (Voices of Parkland). Instructor Jill Vogel will guide you through this fun and social game. Enjoy snacks, listen to music, and get that sense of completion.
From the best-selling author of The Rent Collector, this is a deeply moving and gripping journey. Each child will write and illustrate a mini story to take home. Join us as the Equestrian Center, 8350 Ranch Road, Parkland, FL 33067 and shop your favorite fresh and local vendors with the addition of many vendors focused on wellness, health, beauty, and more. You'll experience the freedom and release of creating from your intuition while using colored pencils and gel pens to create mindful mandalas. The Parkland Juniorettes, high school girls dedicated to making a difference, have partnered with the Parkland Library to help younger students with reading. When younger students read with older students, literacy skills are picked up in an enjoyable manner.
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He can't tell people that he already has a family and becomes consumed by a single, impossible question: How do I get home? Teens will be paired up with young budding authors to guide them through the story creation process. Keep up the good work at our Health and Wellness Fair at the Farmers’ Market. Join Lori Arbel, founder of Venture with Art, as she shares tools for infusing creativity into your daily life. Be sure to pick up your free shopping bag at the Mercantil Bank booth and learn more about what they have to offer. If you have questions or need information, please call (954) 757-4105 or email [email protected] When younger students read with older students, literacy skills are picked up in an enjoyable manner.
Celebrate National Rubber Duckie Day with stories and a craft at the library. We’ll add some soothing background music and light snacks to create a little “me time” in your day. Parents or caregivers can join us with children newborn to 4 years old to dance and sing familiar melodies, play instruments, and take advantage of this fun, interactive 30-minute class.