Kids @ HMCPL

Living Out Our Dreams Pt. 2

Living Out Our Dreams:  Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream, what's yours?  Come join us in continuing the celebration of Black History Month!  Kids will have a chance to create their own 'dream clouds' and create their own "I Have a Dream Speech."

 

Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 2:00PM

For ages: 5 and up (adults can be included!)

Sign-ups are open for Little Learners Workshop

The Kiwanis Little Learners Workshop is back!

The Kiwanis Little Learners' program is a parent/child workshop for children ages 1-3 and their caregivers (parents, grandparents, or legal guardians).  While caregivers play with their children in an informal setting, they are introduced to professionals in speech and language, nutrition, child development, and physical fitness. 

Little Learners is made possible by a generous grant from the Kiwanis Club of Huntsville. 
Community organizations contributing their expertise are the Center for Speech and Language, Alabama Psychological Services Center, Oakwood University, and the Little Gym of Jones Valley. 

Sign-ups are now open for this free program.  All workshops meet 10:30-11:45am in the Auditorium of the Main Library.  The dates for these workshops are: February 22, February 29, March 7, March 14, and March 21.  Participants agree to attend at least four of the five workshop dates.  A special information session will be held for registrants on Wednesday, February 15th at 10:30am. 

Sign ups are now closed.

Space is limited, so sign up soon!  Sign-ups received after we've reached our limit may be subject to a wait list.

For more information or questions about registration, contact Emily Shade at eshade [at] hmcpl [dot] org or 256-532-5949.

3, 2, 1.. Liftoff Little Learners

Music and Rhyme Storytime with the Tennessee Valley Jazz Society

 

Tennessee Valley Jazz Society will be visiting Music and Rhyme Storytime on Feb. 29 @ 10:30 am to teach preschool children and their families about Jazz.   They will bring a selection of Jazz instruments and talk about the importance of African Americans in Jazz music. 

A Visit with Harriet Tubman

 

This program, appropriate for all ages, features a re-enactment of famous abolitionist Harriet Tubman by local actor, Renee Mobley.   Renee’s beautiful and inspired portrayal of Harriet Tubman was very popular in 2011 and we are so glad she is back for 2012!  At the end of the performance she hosts a question and answer session where children and their families can ask questions about Harriet Tubman, history, and the civil rights movement. 

What is Music? Storytime, featuring guest visitor Mark Jacobs

 

Mark Jacobs, head of the Music Ministry at Mt. Zion Baptist Church will visit Music and Rhyme to discuss the history of Music and show off some different musical instruments.

A Celebration of African American History through Dance

 

Join Dance Theater of Huntsville as they celebrate the African American History through dance.  During the Black History performance, they will present tributes to Gospel, Alvin Ailey,  African dance and Hip Hop.

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