Shadow Puppet Theatre Thursday, March 4th at 11 presents “What Am I?: Texas” by Anne Margaret Lewis. Children will learn what makes Texas special, from the cowboy to the armadillo, in this “What Am I?” format. This is the perfect story to celebrate the Lone Star State!
Join us for a special reading at Noon on Thursday, March 4th, Miss Jan will be reading “T is for Texas” by Maria Kernahan, in honor of Texas Independence Day
We’re celebrating everything Texas in this alphabetical journey highlighting the places and things that make it so special from armadillos to the “zig-zagging” river through Big Bend.
Storybook Theatre at 11am Friday, March 12th presents “Maybe Something Beautiful—How Art Transformed a Neighborhood” by F. Isabel Campoy and Theresa Howell. Mira and her neighbors discover how art can inspire change and transform a community. This inspirational book is based on the true story of the Urban Art Trail in San Diego.
Enjoy a variety of programming that will appeal to children of a variety of ages and interests from Young Audiences of Houston. Learn the skill of Stage Combat, the Art of Screen Printing, and the history of street art and civic pride. Want to know what it takes to be a superhero? Go through superhero action training and improve your skills. Looking for something more magical, enjoy a meet and greet with your favorite Disney princesses during storytime. RSVP to email@example.com.
Monday, March 15th
Science Bingo 10:30am, 11:30am 12:30pm, 1:30pm
Delight in a traditional interactive, child-friendly, and entertaining past time with our science-themed Bingo, while spending a little time with family and discovering matching and good listening skills.
Ms. Frizzle Storytime at 11:00am. Miss Frizzle will introduce children to the exciting world of science through the book What Is Science? By Rebecca Kai Dotlich.
Thursday, March 18th
Le Theatre de Marionette Silly Strings Puppet Shows at 11am and 1pm. This talented musical variety show features several entertaining and unique trick marionettes including clowns, roller skaters, jugglers, dancing skeletons, teddy bears, Michael Jackson and even Elvis.
Friday, March 19th, enjoy TCA performing artist Juicebox Jukebox at 11am and 1pm. The Juicebox Jukebox was created by Dallas based singer/songwriter and father of three Bradley James Skistimas, whose mission is to enrich children’s lives through fun, positive, and educational music and videos that parents and teachers can enjoy, too. The songs focus on core subjects and character-building themes with a fresh perspective for students primarily in Pre-K through 2nd grade.
Shadow Puppet Theatre Thursday, March 25th at 11 presents “When Spring Comes” by Kevin Henkes. The world is transformed with the coming of spring, welcoming baby birds, sprouting seeds, rain, and mud. Spring can be felt, smelled, and heard!