Preschool Summer Programs

Rolling and Strolling Literacy Walk

Take a stroll through Nose Creek Park and engage with literacy.

This July and August find tips on light poles in the park, with suggestions on how to make reading more enjoyable, how-to work reading into everyday, and new ways to think about literacy.

We have a story broken down by pages so you can put those new ideas to practice as you read “Roar!” by Robert Munsch one month and “Stego-cumulus” by Hilary Leung the next.

Babytime in the Park  

Tuesdays 11:00 - 11:30 a.m. July 7 until August 11 at Nose Creek Park

supported by Vitreous Glass

B-Y-O-Blanket and join us in the park this summer for Babytime (birth – walking) where you will learn some songs and rhymes to share with your baby along with some literacy tips for language development. Come early or stay late and enjoy a literacy walk throughout the park.

Keep Calm and Stay 6 Feet Apart. Please join us in following public health measures by practicing physical distancing and good hygiene and continuing to act responsibly.

Summer Stories in the Park

Wednesdays 11:00 - 11:30 a.m. July 8 to August 12 at Chinook Winds

Thursdays       1:00 -   1:30 p.m. July 9 to August 13 at Nose Creek Park

supported by Brookfield

B-Y-O-Blanket and join us in the park this summer!  Airdrie Public Library will be visiting local parks every week for a fun-filled 30 minutes of rhymes, songs, and storytelling. 

Keep Calm and Stay 6 Feet Apart. Please join us in following public health measures by practicing physical distancing and good hygiene and continuing to act responsibly.

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