Sonic Sundays is back for its 7th Season!
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Book Display on CDL’s 2nd Floor
CDL’s NEW Winter Reading Program!
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Adults, High School, and Middle School students welcome to participate!
This month’s dog is Simon!Reading Education Assistance Dogs has been a Chelsea District Library program for over 10 years. Children read books to our friendly therapy dogs who listen carefully to every single word! Research has shown that children can improve their reading skills by reading aloud to non-judgmental listeners. Read five times and get a free book! Sign up for a 10-minute slot today by calling 475-8732, ext. 4.In order for all children to participate and have a successful experience, please let us know if your child has any special needs that we can accommodate. Call Keegan at 734-475-8732, ext. 218.
The Chelsea Community Forum is an independent, non-partisan, unaffiliated gathering of people to discuss a variety of topics and share information and ideas about issues affecting our community. Visit www.chelseacommunityforum.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Music comes alive in KinderConcerts – free 30-minute concerts designed especially for children 2- to 5-years old. No worries about wiggly tots sitting still for a concert – they’ll dance and move while listening to the music. Then they’ll be mesmerized by hearing a story being told with musical accompaniment. Members of the A2SO join child movement expert Gari Stein and pianist Kathryn Goodson for a guided introduction to the instruments of the orchestra. Parents, grandparents, teachers, and day care leaders can introduce classical music to even the youngest listeners at your local libraries.
In order for all children to participate and have a successful experience, please let us know if your child has any special needs that we can accommodate. Call Jessica at 734-475-8732, ext. 208.
Are your toddler’s tantrums making it difficult to go out in public? Does it seem like your preschooler never outgrew their terrible twos? Do you feel like you often resort to lecturing, coaxing, negotiating, or yelling? There are ways to prevent these scenarios! This talk will cover specific strategies that parents and other caregivers can use to encourage cooperative behavior in their young children. These strategies will focus on how and when parents should communicate with their children to help them learn appropriate behaviors. Dr. Katherine Tennant is a Limited Licensed Psychologist and a Postdoctoral Fellow at Michigan Medicine. She practices in pediatric primary care and works with children, teenagers, and their families to cope with common behavioral issues.
***Non-Library Program*** The Eventually Group is a teen organization that exists to raise awareness and address issues of youth mental health in our community through mindful activity and philanthropy. If you are interested in joining The Eventually Group please contact Beth Morris at email@example.com.