A witch hat, a top hat, a pig hat or two these are just some silly hats of which there were a few. September started out with a bang in Adventureland. The children celebrated silly hat day in grand style, with a hat craft, a story, and a hat parade.
Alli and the kids celebrated the new school year on Saturday August 27th. The kids read a story and made school bus picture frames out of popcicle sticks. Here’s to a successful school year for Adventureland kids! We’re here to help in any way we can.
Monday August 22nd was Tooth Fairy Day here at Alli’s Adventureland. Miss Marsha read a story about the Tooth Fairy and showed us the proper way to brush and take care of our teeth. Then the children made Tooth Fairy pouches for their doors. Special thanks goes out to Dr. Dudas and Mrs. Dudas for the donation of the medical dress up kit and the demonstration teeth and brush.
Miss Asya has recently put together a folder full of fun ideas for free and discounted activities for you to enjoy with your loved ones. This list can be found in our family resources area in the children’s department.
Here’s some online information for free and discounted fun things online:
Pittsburgh RADical Days
click here for RADical Days website!
Discounted Meuseum Admissions
click here for info on discount admissions
Visit Pittsburgh Blog
click here for free and almost free events
And don’t forget activities at The Monessen Public Library are always free and we’re always glad to see you so make sure you check out the new schedule for storytime each month!
As of September 1st Toddler Time is moving to Monday afternoons at 1 PM, and regular storytime on Monday at 11AM is going to be discontinued until further notice. Every Saturday will still have storytime at all 11AM as usual. Thank you for your participation.
Do you like cupcakes? Of course you do! And so do the Monessen Children’s Department kids! We all love cupcakes! Monday August 15th was National Cupcake Day, to celebrate we made our very own decorated cupcakes, decorated paper cupcakes, and read the book “If You Give a Cat a Cupcake”. The kids iced (in bright blue, neon pink, or white) homemade cupcakes and then decorated with various sprinkles. It was messy but fun and tasty!