A multi-media, interactive, exhibit that allows children to discover how nature is reflected and celebrated in the lives of Japanese children through special seasonal environments and traditional Japanese activities. The exhibit focuses on the regions of Lake Biwa, Sapporo, Kyoto and Fukuoka, offering an in-depth exploration of each region through video, audio and visual media, as well as authentic props and hands-on interactive activities.
Exhibit looks at the many ways Native Americans tell the history
of their people through visual and oral traditions. It contains
more than sixty artifacts from tribes throughout the United States
and Canada, including an Ojibwe drum, Winnebego jingle dress and
With small solar lights to guide their way, hikers, skiers and
snowshoers traverse the Solar Lit Trails at Pleasant Valley,
Woodstock (half mile beginner loop) or Hickory Grove Highlands,
Cary (1 mile intermediate loop).
Nick and his
friends think that Language Arts class is the worst! A plan to get
out of having homework backfires as Mrs. Granger, their teacher,
assigns Nick the task of finding out where words come from. Nick, a
creative and imaginative student, decides to make up his own word.
Nick will get everyone in class to call a pen…a frindle! Mrs.
Granger is not happy about Nick's new word and tries to put an end
to it, but soon it spreads so far even Nick can't stop the world
from using his new word. Performances are Feb. 6-14.
Kids have the opportunity to build long-lasting friendships
through organized play that aims for positive group interaction.
This lively group will also eat a small meal together to further
enhance social development and maximize each child's potential.
Families are asked to bring their own lunch. An interesting sensory
food item will be provided.
This program will provide activities for children to access the
world of literature through tactile and auditory books, puppets,
songs, dance and exposure to braille.