Edge of Your Seat Fun! This award winning show starts with amazing visual magic & music to capture the audience’s attention and bring them to a realm of wonderment. Colorful handkerchiefs turn to magic wands and mysterious objects materialize out of thin air. During the main part of the performance the audience will become the […]
The Pound Ridge Library Book Group’s next selection on February 22 will be TRUST by Hernan Diaz. An unparalleled novel about money, power, intimacy, and perception through the roar and effervescence of the 1920s. At once an immersive story and a brilliant literary puzzle, TRUST engages the reader in a quest for the truth while confronting […]
Robert combines creative play and movement: often marching, jumping or dancing. One song mixes a bedtime lullaby with a rock and roll jumping song. In another, the ants go marching into a spider and then must duck and hide. Robert alternates sitting and standing, high energy and tranquility, music and comedy, singing and moving, well-tested […]
By meeting live animals, students learn how each is suited to live in its environment: what it eats, where it lives, and what covers its body. We'll learn about some common misconceptions as we study each species, emphasizing respect for all animals. The class can be tailored to complement your curriculum and include aquatic animals, […]
Join us for a relaxing, fun afternoon "at the movies." Refreshments to be served. Registration required. A limit of 20 children for the program. Please register on the website.
Sensory Storytime for children ages 2 thru 6 accompanied by a caregiver. Sensory Storytimes are more interactive and provide built-in time for sensory play, including freedom of movement with more visual aids, gentle action, and sensory experiences. These storytimes are also smaller, reducing the group size and noise level for those with sound sensitivity. This […]
Ikebana (ē-kĕ-bah-nah) is the ancient art of Japanese flower arranging and one of the traditional arts of Japan. A free translation of Ikebana might be “living flowers” or “making flowers come alive”. When flowers are beautifully arranged in a container, the arrangement evokes the whole of nature itself, and people’s relationship with nature. Presented by […]