This morning, Im taking my youngest son to his first organized sports activity: soccer for 3-year-olds. Later, were stopping by a friends house, and then Im taking my older son to a miniature golf birthday party, and somewhere in there hitting the back-to-school picnic at my kids elementary school if we can squeeze it in. Its a day full of plans, something thats taken me aback a bit. Before all this happened, we had planned a family event for this [...]
Daily Archives: September 17, 2011
The program, which is offered in both North County and South County locations, will start in January but registration opens on Oct. 3, according to Scott Seeley, of the Indian River County Recreation Department. Children as young as 4, or as old as 15, are eligible to play as part of the league. Teams will be put together once registration has been completed, usually in December, Seeley said. The cost for registration is $35 per player, and registration will take [...]
NEW YORK (JTA) — Fifty years ago, during the height of the civil rights campaigns, the publication of a picture book changed American childrens literature. The Snowy Day was about the delight of a young African-American boy named Peter as he experienced the wonder of a freshly fallen snow storm in the city streets of his neighborhood. It marked one of the first times that a black character was the protagonist of a childrens book, and it won wide acclaim, [...]
Performers Have One More Chance to Audition for Leisure Center Talent Show The Wheaton Park District Leisure Center opens auditions for the Weve Got Talent! talent show Sept. 17, and continues auditions Saturday.
Jaquline Colson brought a portion of her doll collection to the Treasure Hunters Roadshow held last week in Mountain Home. Photo by Brian S. Orban