Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Events in Davis Area Oct 18th to 22nd

(in and around Davis)
Monday, Oct. 18th:                                       
MOPS (Moms group for moms with kids preschool age and younger):
   University Covenant Church in Davis

Tuesday, Oct. 19th:                                       
Co-Op Parents Meeting:
    10:00am - 11:00am: in the Co-Op Teaching Kitchen Building
    (537 G Street, kitty corner from Co-Op)

West Sacramento Library StoryTime:
    (located: 1212 Merkley Avenue, West Sacramento)
11:30am-12:00pm  Stories for Kids:
Children ages 3-5-years-old are invited to storytime programs just for them
6:00pm-6:30pm:  Bilingual Storytime
Storytime in Spanish for children 0 to 5

Preschool Story Time at Winters Library
Winters Library
708 Railroad Avenue,
(530) 795-4955

Davis Toy and Resource Library Hours: 
       600 A Street
For information about the Davis Toy Library (as well as Woodland and West Sacramento Toy Libraries visit: http://daviscaparents.blogspot.com/2010/08/toy-libraries.html )

Wednesday, Oct. 20th:                                 
Mother and Baby Source New Parents Group
      Group for parents of babies five months old and younger. Meets in the back room of the
      Mother and Baby Source.
      714 2nd Street in Davis

West Sacramento Library Story Time: Mother Goose on the Loose
       2:00pm-2:30pm  For kids aged 12-36months.
        (located: 1212 Merkley Avenue, West Sacramento)

Davis Toy and Resource Library Hours:
600 A Street
For information about the Davis Toy Library (as well as Woodland and West Sacramento Toy Libraries visit: http://daviscaparents.blogspot.com/2010/08/toy-libraries.html )

Picnic in the Park
     4:30-8:30 Davis Central Park
 Shop the Market and enjoy the International Food Faire and Soroptomists/ Venture Clubs beer and wine garden. Kids activities include bicycle-powered carousel, pony rides from Pony Ranch Parties, Bouncing Bungalows, rock-climbing wall, face-painting & Dilly Dally the Clown.
      Band this week:  Ron Goldberg Quartet (Folk Rock)

Thursday, Oct. 21st:                                         

Featured Event of the Week:
12:30 PM
Davis Varsity
616 2nd St

 Parents, see a movie,
and bring your baby with you!

 To watch the trailer or see clips of the film: http://www.filminfocus.com/its_kind_of_a_funny_story

*disclaimer: This event is designed to allow parents with new babies to see an adult-themed movie. 
This movie is rated PG-13 and is not a children's movie.

Woodland Public Library Second and Third Grade Book Club
Leake Room,
Woodland Public Library

250 First Street

Second and third graders can tell the club about a book they have enjoyed, get ideas for other books to read, and participate in book-related crafts and activities. Esther Guardado (530) 661 5981
 Davis Toy and Resource Library Hours:
600 A St

Spanish Preschool Storytime at the Winters Library
Winters Library
 708 Railroad Avenue,
(530) 795-4955

Friday, Oct.22nd:                                        
Safe and Super Halloween: Monster Mash
5pm-9pm (continuing Saturday and Sunday)
Fairytale Town
3901 Land Park Dr, Sacramento
($7 Members and $10 Non-members)
kids 2 and under free

Three nights of FANG-TASTIC fun at Fairytale Town! Featuring 17 candy stations and your favorite classic monsters. Frankenstein, Dracula, witches and werewolves fill the park along with puppet shows, hands on activities and much more! Plenty of spiders, ghouls and goblins fill the air for this years family friendly Halloween destination. Puppet Art Theater will be performing Franken-Swine in the Children's Theater, puppet show tickets are an additional $1 for members/$2 for nonmembers.
Tickets can be purchased online (www.fairytaletown.org). For additional assistance call (916) 808-7462.

West Sacramento Library Story Time: Hug-A-Bye Baby
       West Sacramento Library
       1212 Merkley Ave, West Sacramento
An infant-with-parent program for babies 2 to12 months old—A warm and cuddly time of bonding with your baby through books! The librarian will share songs, nursery rhymes, age-appropriate books, and ways that parents can stimulate language and baby brain development with their children at home. 

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