Peter and the Wolf at the Patchogue Theatre

The Long Island Concert Orchestra brings to life Sergei Prokofiev’s symphonic fairy tale of Peter and the Wolf.

The show will be on Sunday, April 22 at 3pm at the Patchogue Theatre. The story will be narrated by Radio Personality Cindy Clifford (of WALK-FM fame).

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Cookies For Dinner by Holly Zarcone

 Meet local author and mom, Holly Zarcone! She has written an adorable children’s book called Cookies For Dinner and we are excited to tell you about it.

 

 Cookies for Dinner is fun to read with a message that every parent can relate to. Our kids are only young once , let’s live in the moment and if cookies for dinner makes everyone smile than cookies it is! I highly recommend having some homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies on hand when reading this book with your family and maybe instead of a bedtime story red it together when the kids come home from school for an inspirational dinner idea.

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Halloween Story Stones

A fun and interactive activity that will have kids creating their own stories with friends and family.

What will your first story be about with your Halloween Story Stones?

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Kids will love painting these stones and then using them to create their own unique story.

Simple and Easy!

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Interactive Story Time- Pout Pout Fish

Last month, we had so much fun at Sweetbriar Nature Center with our Interactive Story Time.

We read the Pout- Pout Fish and did a lot of fun activities outdoors to accompany the story.

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Ms. Ann read the children the Pout- Pout Fish as the kids enjoyed our sensory activity of playing with the sand and seashells.

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Interactive Story Time- Time To Sleep

We had a great time reading Time to Sleep, by Denise Fleming with our little friends at the Sweetbriar Nature Center.We read the story last week and did a fun sensory craft and activity to go along with the book.

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Ms. Ann begins her story time greeting all her friends and their parents/ caregivers. We sit comfortably on the floor with enough room for all to enjoy the story being read. Time to Sleep is a great book to discuss and understand hibernation of animals during the winter to a child.

“Bear sniffed once.
She sniffed twice.
‘I smell winter in the air. . . .'”

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