Every Tuesday, Liza Purdy, a children’s librarian at the Newhall Library, wheels out a box of about 50 to 100 red wiggler worms for children at the library to touch and feed with composted materials like celery, coffee grounds and avocado peel.
Kids just know how to have fun, especially on those mornings when they wake up to the news of a school closing due to extreme weather conditions. The day without a rushed agenda is theirs to create, play, read and cook!
Gone are the days when you would be shushed for making noise in the library. As librarian Liza Purdy puts it, that’s an antiquated stereotype and the Newhall Library is a “full throttle library.” On Monday, the Old Town Newhall Library was full of music as the library hosted a “musical instrument petting zoo” for children and teens as part of the monthly “Green Eggs and Jam” music program.
On Sunday, STREAM Kids Expo partnered with Tresor Salon and Spa to hold the first Glamming Kids For Success event, where young girls had their hair done for free.
Giving your child a nutritious school lunch every day, is a challenge, even for the most creative parent. Many children have limited food preferences, getting them to “try” something new can be a daunting challenge.
While TV might keep your child busy, that screen time could come at the expense of other, more important activities. For example, it might be better for your child to use that time being active or visiting with family and friends.
Children experience many firsts as they make their way through infancy and into childhood. Parents often remember their child’s first word and the day they took their first step, as both are major milestones in youngsters’ lives.
Stevenson Ranch and Copperhill Walmarts and the Santa Clarita Valley Salvation Army are joining forces to provide new school supplies to local children in need during the “Stuff the Bus”…
Families from the Grandparents as Parents program were invited to Santa Clarita Lanes to enjoy some quality time together as part of the new Bella Vida senior center program. Bella…
Despite our best efforts, children still get hurt by falls, drowning and poisoning. Take the time to evaluate whether your home is as protected as it can possibly be from preventable accidents.