Science: May/June 2010 Classroom News Kindergarten Language Arts: During May and June, we will begin working in our new unit “Under the Sea.” The purpose of this unit theme is to provide the children with the opportunity to learn about the oceans and the life in and around them. Students will continue journal writing and reading decodable books by using their letter sounds and high frequency words. We will continue working with phoneme replacement, replacing both initial and final sounds of a word. The students will also continue working on phoneme segmentation, which is identifying the sounds within a word. Math: In mathematics, the students will work on exploring and discussing time concepts. They will discuss and compare the length of time using the words more or less. We will order parts of the day; morning, afternoon, evening, and use this knowledge to sequence events. They will discuss parts of the calendar, order the days of the week and gain understanding of today, tomorrow, and yesterday. Toward the end of the year the students will collect and organize data in a graph to answer questions. In Science, the students will begin to explore plants and animals. The students will learn to recognize the differences between the many plants, the parts of plants, and life cycles. We will also be learning about animals. The students will compare and classify animals and their homes as well as pets and their needs to survive. Social Studies: In Social Studies, we will conclude our unit on families, homes, need, and wants. The rest of the year we will focus on preparing for first grade through class discussions and a visit to the first grade classrooms. Up and coming important dates for kindergarten: Conferences- May 27th and 28th First Grade Language Arts: During the month of May students will continue to refine their ability to spell words more accurately by reviewing soundspelling cards. Students will begin to define and understand persuasive writing. They will also finish up their last two Open Court Units entitled, “Being Afraid” and “Homes.” Science: Students will finish up their investigation on physical and natural resources. Then near the end of the month students will begin to explore matter and the affect the sun has on it. Social Studies: In social studies this month students will focus on important American symbols as well as their importance to our country and government. Math: For math this month students will continue to review and practice basic addition and subtraction facts up to 18 as well as complete their last two math topics on fractional parts and using graphs. During the graphing topic first graders will discover that graphs are another way to collect, organize, and analyze data. st BCR 1 Grade Ms. Howell’s Class By: Aaron Butera "Nature Walk" Nature walks are fun with a lot of things to see, hear, smell, and feel. On my nature walk I saw a big rock, a purple flower, and a big fan. I heard stomping feet, beeping cars, and chirping birds. I smelled fruity flowers, minty leaves, and that smelled like frogs. I felt a warm tree, sticky sap, and bumpy tree bark. My nature walk is complete. It is a lot of fun because you can do many things. You can get shad and you can discover a lot of things. Second Grade Language Arts: The students have begun their new unit titled “Our Country and It’s People”. This unit focuses on fundamental ideas of immigration in America and the forces that shape the character of our country. Throughout this unit second grade will continue to develop comprehension strategies such as: sequencing, fact and opinion, main idea/details, classifying and categorizing, and cause and effect. Students will continue to identify compound words, contractions, plurals, comparative endings, common nouns, prefixes, and multiple meaning words. Also, as students continue to read to develop fluency they will also be encouraged to read with more expression! Social Studies: Social Studies: Students will begin Unit 5 – Our Country Today. They will explore concepts that help students form a better understanding of what it means to be a good citizen. They will focus on identifying leadership positions and organizations in the community; democratic skills; famous American people, symbols, songs and poems; and contributions of local government leaders and current leaders of their school and community. Students will begin to explore the roles of individuals and groups in creating order, protecting citizens and providing services for a community. Science: Students will explore concepts of Genetics and the Stages in the Life Cycles, Evolution, and Ecology. Math: Students will be focusing on concepts such as: Numbers and Patterns to 1,000, Multiplication Concepts, Division Concepts, and Three-Digit Addition and Subtraction. nd BCR 2 Grade By: Orianna Lakin Ms. Balestreire Class Why Did the Dinosaur Disappear? Summarize Why Did the Dinosaur Disappear? Be sure to only use important information from the text. Scientists think dinosaur disappeared because the earth became very cold and Dinosaurs could not borrow into the grounds. Earthquakes made the volcanoes erupt. The sun rays couldn’t hit earth that caused the plant eaters to die. Then the meat eaters died. Third Grade Language Arts: Students are working on creating their very own poetry books. We will be working on the examples and rough drafts in class. Students may be required to complete their final copies at home. We look forward to reading some great work. Science: We finished our fabulous landforms and are anxiously awaiting a visit from Mr. MacAloney a meteorologist. His visit will help kick off our study of the weather. Math: Students are continuing to work on multiplying two digit factors by one digit factors. It is very important for the students to be practicing their math facts at home NIGHTLY. It is very difficult to move on in multiplication and division if the students do not know their basic facts. Students will be working on division also. Fourth Grade Language Arts: We are excited to be reading different novels in each class. Our students are actively reading and creating and sharing ideas about the novels that each teacher has chosen. Be sure to be on the lookout for some great final projects that relate to our novels! Science: In science we will be looking at matter and how things change. Ask your students if they know the difference between solids, liquids, and gases. Social Studies: With the introduction of many different novels we are able to compare and contrast life in the novel to the lives that historic and modern people live in Maryland. We also had a great trip to Annapolis to see the history that our state’s capital has to offer! angles in the near future. Be sure to ask your students what a polygon is and what it looks like. BCR 4th Grade By: Andrew Chafos Mrs. MacAloney Class Ashley prepared two cookie recipes. The first recipe used ½ cup of butter. The second recipe used 1/3 cup of butter. Step A: How much butter did Ashley use to make both recipes? 5/6 cup of butter Step B: Explain: ~Fractions are equal parts of a whole. ~My answer is correct because ½=3/6 and 1/3=2/6 because the denominators can both go into 6 so you do that and then you add the fractions. Fifth Grade Science: Standards = 5.4.C.2.a, 5.4.C.2d Our 5th grade investigators are currently learning about conductors and insulators. We have been able to describe, observe, and compare materials that readily conduct electricity and those that do not conduct electricity. Our fifth grade investigators have a question for you: Why is it important to insulate a recording studio? Math: Standards = 6-6.C.1, 1c ; 61.B.1c ; 6-6.C.1c BCR: Armand bought 4 pounds of beeswax to make candles. If he paid $22.79, about how much does one pound cost? STEP A: Tell us how much one pound costs Math: STEP B: Use what you know about estimating decimals to explain why your answer is correct. Use words and or numbers to support your explanation. We have just finished our third and final benchmark. All of the students have learned a great deal this year! We are also learning about quadrilaterals and Our fifth grade math students have successfully tackled the MSA math!!!! We are currently learning how to solve expressions by implementing the distributive property and order of operations. Right around the corner: multiplying, dividing and estimating decimals!!! Give this a whirl: How can the acroynom PEMDAS help us order our expression to come to the same answer! 3x (6+7) - 2 Fifth Graders have just finished reading The Summewr of the Swans and The Sign of the Beaver. They have completed detailed Book Reports displayed in the classrooms for your viewing. We are now reading Abel's Island, The War with Grandpa, and The Bravest Dog Ever, Balto. During this time we are also reviewing skills learned in preparation for our 3rd Reading and Language Arts Benchmark. We had an oustanding time at Drown proofing and look forward to our Mt. Vernon Field trip and End of the year Activities. Please contact your child's teacher to volunteer/chaperone student activities/trips. Library News Grade One Students will enjoy a variety of seasonal stories and continue learning basic collection and location skills. Grade Two These students will complete their study of tables of contents and indexes, and will focus on the Dewey decimal system for organizing and finding nonfiction books. Grade Three Third graders will also focus on the Dewey decimal system, and compare and contrast two encyclopedia articles. Grade Four Fourth graders will continue using library resources and skills to enhance their knowledge of Maryland, and then com;ete a short research project on endangered species. Grade Five Fifth graders will use the World Almanac to learn about selected American presidents and miscellaneous topics. Absentee or Tardy Notes: If your child is absent or tardy please send a note to school with your child on the day your child returns to school. Art Health Room Parents if your child received a vision and/or hearing letter please be sure to schedule appointments and return the reports to the school nurse. As we draw to a close, I’d like to congratulate all of our students on their improvements in art this year. It takes a great deal of effort, and the ability to appreciate a critique as a tool for improvement, and the ability to think out of the box to creatively problem solve. Students who posses these qualities will be successful in every area of their lives. It has been a pleasure to watch our young artists grow this year. Several students have art work on display near Lord and Taylor at Westfield Annapolis Mall through May 19th. Kindergarten: Avery Wilson (Jungle Tiger) 1st Grade: Luis Rodriquez (Van Gogh’s Sunflowers) 2nd Grade: Robby Longo and Abby Salyer (Chesapeake Bay) 3rd Grade: Amber Kennison (Texture Weaving) 4th Grade: Emmalee Patton and Seray Cerezo (Metal Embossings) 5th Grade: Brianna Turner (Reflective Landscape) Look for students to bring home their final projects Kindergarten: A Day on the Prairie Landscapes 1st Grade: Eric Carle inspired Windsocks 2nd Grade: Georgia O’Keeffe Embellished Flowers 3rd Grade: Landform Relief Sculptures 4th Grade: Abstract Portraits 5th Grade: Realistic Portraits Guidance Parent Resource Center, Media Center Many great resources are available for your use. Please visit! During the month of May, our character value is CARING. During classroom guidance lessons, we will focus on standing up for one another and showing compassion for others. In Grades K-4 we will continue to focus on stranger safety, harassment, and problemsolving. In Grade 5, we will focus on transitioning to Middle School. Please ask your children to discuss these lessons with you! Ways to reinforce this month’s classroom guidance lessons at home: Sometimes children are afraid that if they use their words to defend the victim of a bully, they will become the bully’s next victim. Encourage your child to remove a victim of bullying from the situation by asking the victim if they would like to go play somewhere away from the bully rather than using their words. Ask your child about their school day. Ask them to name 3 positive experiences they had at school each day. This will create open lines of communication between you and your child. They will be more likely to ask you for help or tell you when there is a problem in the future. Establish open communication with your child’s Middle School counselor to ensure success for your child as they transition to a larger school and experience a great deal of personal change. If your child still feels anxious about attending Middle School over the Summer, call the Middle School to schedule a time to tour the building and become familiar with the new environment. Upcoming Events: 5/10 – Star Show Try Outs 3pm – Students are not able to wait after school for Try outs to begin. All acts must be accompanied by an adult (at least one per group), or students will be asked to go home. If you have any questions, please contact me ASAP. 5/11 - Star Show Try Outs 3pm 5/12 - Star Show Try Outs 3pm Walter Reed Services to our Military Families “We are so thankful for our partnership with Walter Reed Army Medical Center! They have been such a great resource for our families at Manor View Elementary School. Walter Reed services are available to all of our Military families. They are able to prescribe and manage medication here at Manor View. Limited counseling services are available at this time, but please inquire about our partnership if you are interested!” Lacey Wallace, M.Ed., NCC School Counselor Manor View Elementary School (410) 222-6504 [email protected] 5/3 – 5/7 Teacher & School Staff Appreciation Week 5/6 Deployment Support Group 6-7pm – This will be our last meeting! 5/24 Star Show Rehearsal 2:45pm – 5pm 5/25 Star Show Dress Rehearsal 2:45pm – 5pm 5/26 Star Show! 8:30am & 6:30pm 5/27 Girls Night Out! 6-7pm at Manor View Elementary School 4th & 5th Grade girls and their Mothers are invited to attend an informational and discussion about physical and emotional changes that they will experience in the near future, or may already be experiencing. You will need to RSVP to attend this event. An invitation will be sent home with every 4th & 5th grade girl. 5/28 Caring Character Parade 2:15pm [email protected] (410) 222-6504 Cafeteria News: BREAKFAST HOURS 7:35 – 7:55 Meal Prices for 2010/2011 Breakfast, All Schools Lunch, Secondary Lunch, Elementary Milk-1/2 pint, A La carte Reduced Price Breakfast Reduced Price Lunch $1.25 $2.75 $2.50 $.55 $.30 $.40 A complete list of a la carte prices and adult prices will be available on-line in August. If you have any questions, please contact Jodi Risse, Supervisor of Food and Nutrition Services at 410-22-5900 or [email protected] Music All classes are working on identifying Harmonies and texture in music The spring concert is May 20th. Hope to see you all there at 1pm and then for parents at 6:30pm All grades will also perform for the Volunteer breakfast May 21st at 8:30 am thanks for all your support and help and hope to see you at our last performances of the year as possible as these students complete the variety of fitness tests. The FitnessGram tests are: Pacer, Push-Up, Trunk Lift, Sit & Reach Stretch assessment. Your child’s FitnessGram results will be printed for you to see. Running, Chasing, Tagging, Snatching Fitness Games: The younger students will finish the school year playing a variety of competitive, yet, creative PE games that integrate cooperative and character skills while running in chasing type activities such as, Honesty Tag, Character Tag, Shark Attack, Pearl Diver, Island Hopper, Blueberries & Strawberries plus a few other treats as time allows. The older students will play PE games and activities as times allows after FitnessGram. We may begin outside games and challenges or unique inside ones that we seldom play to complete the year. Last Day For Students Physical Education Field Day is now scheduled for two days this year, our school just got too big for one Field Day: K-2 May 7th 8:30 to 12:00 and 3rd -5th the following week and times. If either one get rained out we will conduct that Field Day on the 21st. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Mr. Sarratt or your child’s classroom teacher or Mr. Langille our parent volunteer coordinator in charge of the volunteers this year. We have plenty of stations and activities that need your help. Fitness Testing: grades 4 and 5 Mr. Sarratt’s program AACPS requires the 4th and 5th graders to perform FitnessGram fitness program throughout the year, and the assessment be completed by year end. In May and June, we integrate the FitnessGram into the normal PE classes as much Last Day for Anne Arundel County Public Schools students changed to Tuesday, June 15, 2010 Summer Reading “At Manor View we want our students to reach their highest academic potential. Over the summer it is easy to forget some of the skills learned during the school year. This year, we are asking that all of our students read two books over the summer from the county’s summer reading list. Each student should complete one book report and one project. You will find the reading list, directions, project suggestions, and rubrics coming home at the end of the year with your child’s report card. You child will receive a reward upon completion of the book report and project when s/he returns to school in August. We feel that this will keep students actively reading over the summer and maintain their critical thinking skills. If you can read to your child or listen to them read for 15 minutes each day it can increase their vocabulary by a whole grade level, and it creates wonderful learning experiences.” Elementary Summer Academy The Elementary Summer Academy is preparing for another stellar summer! This program is designed for students currently in Grades K-5 who wish to maintain their reading and math skills throughout the summer in a relaxed, positive setting. The sites this year are: Belvedere, Jacobsville, Lothian, Mills-Parole, Point Pleasant, Rippling Woods, Seven Oaks, and Waugh Chapel. Classes begin July 6 and run Mondays through Thursdays form 8:30 AM to 12:15 PM until July 30. Tuition is $200 per student. For more information visit www.aacps.org or call the Summer Academy Office at 410271-8133. Attention Parents: School Systems offices shifting to Four Day work week for five weeks this Summer Schools Superintendent Dr. Kevin Maxwell announced on March 24 that county schools and school system offices will operate on a four-day work week for five weeks this summer, saving approximately $154,000 in operating and transportation costs without any decrease in productivity. Congratulations Science Fair Winner! Kindergarten Mrs. Sayres Class 1st Grade Miss Howell Class 2nd Grade Ms. Balestreire Class 3rd Grade Winner Bronze – Joshua Kerski Silver – Samantha Jeffers Gold- Jarred Owens 4th Grade Winner Bronze – Tarik Robinson Silver – Katie Hoffman Gold – Andrew Chafos 5th Grade Winner Bronze – Brianna Turner Silver – Emily Jones Gold – Tim Reynolds In addition, each of our gold medal winners are invited to compete in the County Science Fair on May 26 & 27th. Congratulations and thanks for all your hard work!!!! Congratulations!!! Principal Honor Roll Covington – Hailea Cromeans, Joshua Elliott, Kennedy Fearrington, Kendall Owens, Caitlyn Powers, Mara Taylor Howell- Anna Bailey, Makenzie Bourne, Victoria Martin Plesniak – Brianna Bender, Alia Esposito, Chloe Henrichon, Luis Rodriguez, Nicholas Brown LaCovey – Jordyn Lakin Shawley- Christopher Arnold , William Claxton, Ariana Pray Evans – MJ Addington, Zora Craft, Emma Blankenship, Kaetyn Blanton Black- Bernice Baez-Pagan, Sam Cerezo, Tyrell Crockett, Olivia Davis, Mariana Morales, Adriana Reyes, Hayden Wempe Sheffer- Micaela Breaux, Abby Gulick, Brennah Reed, Malcolm Terry, Lauren Williams, Indigo Young HirtJacob Ashe, Isamari Chrisotpher, Arianna Clouse, MacKenzie Dillenbeck, Aryn Forsythe, Catherine Gunter, RaeAnna Haynes, Mikala Preuninger, John Artie Rempe BalestreireMakayla Belanger, Nia Frederick, Addison Ivey-Bloom, Danny Keh, Nikolas Krauss, Alex Monge, Samantha Ponsioen, Autumn Richarz, Kacie Walton, Cody Watson Facer- Marisa Aragon, Aryus Johnson, Robby Longo Kerr- Antonio Amador, Kahron Connor, Austin Godfrey, Bre’ana Johnson, Joshua Kerski, Joseph Negron, Liam Powers, Alexzander Martinez Coppage – Siane Boddie, Aliese Collier, Aaron Gabriel, Wonee Pak, Trevor Romaine, Megan Swayze Terry- Triana Dumont, Jake Filippelli, Amber Kennison, Taylor McMaMahon, Araya McNeal, Eboni Myrick, Jared Owens, Kathryn VanHorn, Olivia Woo Shipp- Myshimlose Larose Coppage- Siane Boddie, Aliese Collier, Aaron Gabriel, Wonee Pak, Trevor Romaine, Megan Swayze Eliason- Colten Savage, Elijah Owens, Nathan Martinez MacAloney- Gabriel Aragon, Matthew Carlson, Andrew Chafos, Tarik Robinson, Hannah Sierra, Marie Walton BrownRegina Price, Ewan Smith, Chloe Wempe, Seray Cerezo, Bryan Hess Savage- Megan Gradel, Grace McCray, Emmalee Patton, Cheyenne Watts Dillenbeck – Kyle Ashe, Whitney Anne Elliott, Nicole McAbee, Lyric Moore, Alyssa Perry, Timothy Reynolds, Camden Rivers Mangan- Kaylin Lester Honor Roll Covington – Jaylin Horne, Solimar Hernandez, Aydan Kennison, Terance Long, Jacob Lucas, Emanuel Parker, Gabrielle, Reagan, Cameron Sloce, Ray Angel Soto, Shavar Straats, Hunter Ubbens HowellHopemarie Barrios, Ethan Bouchard, Jennifer Brunner, Alexander Bryant, Aaron Butera, Alexis Dumont, Kristen Gettman, Daniel Hankinson, D’Anna Holland, Trent Jacob, Kiana Peterson, Brianna Rivera, Devon Setliff, Ciara Thompson, Liam Thompson LaCovey- Natalie Apolo, D’Casio Batteaste, Annika Brown, Hunter Cromeans, Ethan Dixon, Kiera Duncan, Angeleto Garcia, Corbin Gray, Swenith Hudson, Trenton Lowery, Gabriel Magone, Arryanna Middlebrooks, Leandra Morales, Adriana Nunez, Kadin Redente, Markus Scheiderer, Ajiya Streety Plesniak – Mackenzie Bushue, Blaine Cook, Michael Crouch, Ryan Hein, Makayla Hunt, Tavera Johnson, Shania Mason, Aniya Meade, Joshua Potts, Emma Shipley, Robert Soliz, Kayani Turner Evans – Jala Bryant, Narongrit Dulsaeng, Madison Marquis, Dejah Barnes, Candance Bowman, Makayla Chavez, Elijah Vazquez, Donovan Stangee, Lola Scannell, Travis Preuninger, Hwanee Pak Shawley – Kayla Bankston, Elijah Beninato, Kierra Dennison, Kane Dickerson, Jamahl Edwards, Ethan Hohmann, Deborah Hokanson, Mikayla Hudson, Quentin Jeffers, Jyler Puaoi, Amira Sulley, McKayla Torbol Black- Aberdeen Bozek, Zachary Chafos, Michael Clark, Tyler Dregely, Celya Holmes, Peden Jones, Alexander Steadman, Missani Tyler, Halima Williams, Keonia Williams Sheffer- Emma Connor, Trinity Davis, Gerardo Hernandez, Caroline Hester, Marissa Hollingshed, Matthew Ochoa, Jeremy Redente, Fabian Roberts, Shyann Torbol, Ashaiyah Turner, Isaiah Walters, Saade White Hirt- Aliyah Blackman, Carden Evans, Sterling Goodwin, Kevan Hess, Kyle Hess Tiana Price, McKenzie Rusink, Thino Uhlig, Houston, Ward BalestreireDaejzia Alexander, Veronica Bowman, Kyra Christensen, Nathan Davis, Orianna Lakin, Kalen Luedeke, Victor Singer, Aaliyah Wheaton Daejzia FacerBertha Garcia, Connor Hein, Angelica Hilt, Mysiem Meade, Zackary Meggett, Abigayl Salyer, Mourice Smith, Kaitlyn Steinhart, Lexi Stewart, Jada Syndab, Anaja Totten, Alyssa Velez KerrKyler Ellefson, Cyrrul Flint, Sarah Jacobson, Samantha Jeffers, Sydney King, Aliyah Malone, Ja’nya Nelson, Luis Olaechea, DeJuan Peterson, Katelan Suggs Coppage – Myah Alan Ronald Andries, Matthew Christensen, Adriana Figueroa, Alexis Lawrence,Sofia Loiselle, Richard Moulton, Aiden Thompson, Seana Townes, Brian Tripp Terry- Bri’Asia Anderson Goodman, Alexis DaCosta, Jeffrey Elliott, Jaydan Goodwin, Amaya McNeal, Kasey Russell, Payton Tamas, Diamond Wilson Shipp- Jerome Brown, Madison Connelly, Nevden Fields, Jailyn Figueroa, Bianca Morales, Rayana Morris, Christian Phillips, Lauryn Renford, Jonah Rossi, Kayla Webb, Noah Kennally, Ryne Caya Eliason- AJ Ancheta, Kourtney Colbert, Kiah Docherty, Katie Hoffman, Xavier Howard, Jenna Miller, Gavriel Sanchez, Nina Sheiderer, Zamya Starling, Ashlyn Virgin MacAloney- Alexa Atkinson, Austin Brown, Andrew Cooper, Steven Davis, Alexander Delaporte, Cynthia Guerra, Ian Hein, Zachary Long, Levi Mister, Dillion Pugh, Taylor Wood Brown- Wendell Barnes, Michael Monge, Gavin Taylor, Nia Woody, Abigail Lee, Ashlyn Lee, Alexandra Mandell, Ponchellis Jackson, Samuel Keh Savage- Donald Day, Ben Marsac, Diane Scheiderer, Savanna Schmidt, Samuel Stone, Brandon Waga, Kimberly Walker Dillenbeck- Trey DeVore, Joshua Gonzalez, Valerie Gradel, Andruw Urdiales, Katie Woo Mangan- Amanda Carzoo, Ibeth Hernandez, La’Rell Leonard, Kiara Lopez, Treston Russell, William Smith, Lindsey VanHorn Hill- Brianna Arguello, Makayla Heintz, Alex Kennison, Mariah Lino, Caitlin Luchkiw, Cheyenne Phillips, Jorge Rivera McConnon- Micheal Fletcher, David Gonzalez, Emily Jones, Makayla King ON A ROLL Covington – Melanie Francis Shawley- Reid Kennally Evans– Faith Merrill, Jaylen Myers LaCovey – Joseph Gathecha Black- Tyrelle Hunt, Essence Tindal Hirt- Iyahna Hale, Jordan Rock BalestreireSean Martin, Kaelynn Sites Facer- Raven Brown, Taniya Hooper-Batteaste Kerr- Shania Best, Mikayla Guerrier, Kailer Ramm Terry- Kelvin Flowers ShippAiden Dalton, Micah Filer Eliason- Sean Brown, Cristina Plowman Savage- Armon Brogsia Brown – Kyle Fuller Dillenbeck – Ben Langille HillKatherine Alan, Jacob McCullough, William Mead, Ashley Mitchell McConnonKennedy Boyd, Hannah Helms Mangan – Makayla Boyd, Jesus Rivera, Jacoby Rojas Anne Arundel County Library Happenings! SUMMER READING CLUB! Hooked on Books Wednesday, June 23 at 9:30 and 11:30 am and 1:30 pm Green Magic Thursday, July 1 at 1:30, 3:30 and 7 pm Water Water Everywhere Monday, July 12 at 1:30, 3:30 and 7 pm Songwriting 101 Thursday, July 15 at 7pm Tropical Splash! Tuesday, July 20 at 9:30 and 11:30am and 1:30 pm Crafternoon Saturday, August 14 from 1 to 4pm Make and take a craft in the Children’s Area. For children of all ages.