Are you trying to find good, entertaining reading for your child, but your child just wants to play games on the computer? Mid-Continent Public Library has resources that will keep them entertained, and also help them learn. Interactive books—where they can read along with the narrator—may be just what you are looking for.
What to do on a snow day? It’s a question many Kansas City residents are asking themselves this week with the hours and hours of snowfall we got Monday. When schools are closed, it can be tough to keep kids busy at home. Still, with the roads this slippery, it’s best to play it safe. That’s why the Parkville Branch’s policy on storytimes has changed. Starting January 15th, if the Park Hill Schools are canceled for bad weather, the Parkville storytimes will also be canceled.
Due to weather conditions, the Blue Springs North Branch had to cancel our How Do I Do That? Internet 101 class. Because this program is very informative, the staff has decided to reschedule. The Internet 101 class will now be held on Monday, January 24 at 7 p.m.
It’s funny how traditions get started. When my children were small, we would hunt Easter eggs in the spring. We never missed the Platte County Fair. The apple orchard on a warm fall day (or even when it was cold) was a must, and Christmas Eve Candlelight Services were just some of the things we found ourselves doing year after year. Thus, traditions were born. We continue to do those things even now that the children are grown, and they have children of their own.
Kansas City’s loss Sunday probably left a lot of people upset. After a long successful season, it doesn’t seem like Chiefs' football should be over. For those of you who aren’t quite ready to finish the football season, here are a few books that will make it feel like Week 1 all over again.