AUTHORS/EVENTS/ WORKSHOPS

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SIDEWALK SALE AND STREET FESTIVAL JULY 29th on Main St. from 9am-4pm

take a break from Sidewalk sale to hear a great story!!


SUSAN ARTS

Author Appearance & Children's Story

July 29th 1pm-3pm

Reading her story at 1:30

Looking for Something by Susan Arts

Lydi is a happy girl who loves to explore. In Looking For Something it's the beginning of summer vacation and already bored, Lydi is off on a day long adventure looking for something. Along the way she meets some wonderful new friends.Together they have fun, make interesting discoveries, and eventually meet a grand old turtle who shares his wonderful story and more. Join Lydi and her amazing friends on their great adventure!!


 held at The Bookworm/BW Gifts

34 Elm St.       East Aurora

716-652-6554        www.eabookworm.com



















2017 SUMMER WORKSHOPS for KIDS!!

5 Weeks of Guided Hands-On Workshops

Pick 1 or all, your choice!

Pre-registration & Payment is Required

Tuesdays are for ages 4-8

Thursdays are ages 5-10

All classes held from 10am-12pm

ALL workshops are done by NYS Certified Teacher

& held at The Bookworm/BW Gifts

34 Elm St.       East Aurora

716-652-6554        www.eabookworm.com



TUESDAYS AGES 4-8:

7/11- Trains, planes, tractors and trucks-

Stories, crafts and games related to transportation


7/18- Dr. Seuss-

A silly day of rhyme with Dr. Seuss inspired activities including making oobleck.


7/25- Disney picnic-

Come dressed as your favorite Disney character.  We will have a snack for this workshop.  Contact the instructor for allergy concerns.


8/1- Lego Lovers-

Create your own Lego guy, compete in Lego challenges and play Lego inspired games


8/8- no class


8/15- Circus-

Participate in carnival style games and "clown around" with us.



Thursdays: ages 5-10

7/13- STEM make it move-

STEM style activities centered around transportation- boats, cars, etc.


7/20- Heroes and Villains-

Create your own hero/villain character, games, books and crafts about famous heroes and villains


7/27- The Great outdoors-

Stories, games and crafts about the nature.  Make your own planter, learn about the weather and animals around us.


8/3- Lego Lovers-

Compete in Lego challenges, create a Lego light, Play Lego math games and more


8/10- Around the world- 

Learn about different countries- what foods do people eat in other countries?  What language do they speak?  What kinds of clothes do they wear?


8/17- Surprising science-

Hands on science activities to help us learn about the world around us.