The Fontana Regional Library is excited to host the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences as they present the children’s program, “Interesting Invertebrates.” Children will meet live invertebrates such as millipedes, crayfish, tarantulas, scorpions and Madagascar hissing cockroaches in an up-close, safe look at animals without backbones. The program will be held at the following times and locations:
During this summer’s heat wave, families have been struggling to find ways to keep children busy. Instead of turning on the television, computer, or a movie, give your child time for imaginative play.
Read more to get tips for activities to help boost your child's self-regulation skills and help prepare them for a return to school- or their first year! Don't forget to keep reading over the summer; there's still time to sign up and join in at Fontana Regional Library's Summer Reading Program!