A fantastic program for parents with preschool children (ages 2-5), "Lakeland Literacy Project" is FREE! Meetings are held once a month on the 4th Monday at which time parents & children read books & do "hands-on" learning together.
Attend all classes, or only ones that work for you. Sign-up is requested so enough supplies will be available. Click on registration link HERE.
TBA | 11 am-noon (Th)
"Shape Up 4 Kindergarten"
KELLOGG PUBLIC LIBRARY
16 W. Market Ave., Kellogg, ID
For ages 0-5, this early literacy program will continue every Thursday through May, 2020. Activities will focus on six early skills.
There's no charge to attend. Info - 208-786-7231
Varies - Free!
Book Exchange at the Barn
TBA | 6:30-7 pm (Sat)
BIG RED'S BARN
7397 N. Gov't Way, Coeur d'Alene
Talk to the animals on the 2nd Saturday of each month when THE MONARCH TRAIN teams up with barn animals & people who care about reading at Big Red's Barn Indoor Petting Zoo.
It is a book exchange, so take a used or new book. Each family that participates will be entered to win a brand new copy of the book being featured that evening.
Due to space limitations, tickets are required. Click on "The Monarch Train" link above for more details & online registration (which is FREE).
Little Renaissance Kids (ages 2-5); Tuesdays, 10:30-11:30 am
It Club (ages 5-11); Thursdays, 3-4 pm
Reoccurring FREE activities for TEENS include:
Free To Be: Teen Hangout (ages 12-18); 2nd & 4th Mondays, 4-5 pm
Gizmo's "Girls Who Code"
TBA | 3:30-5:45 pm (T)
283 Hubbard St., Suite 142
Hedlund Bldg, at NIC, CdA
This is a FREE after-school program held on Tuesdays for 6th-12th grade girls who enjoy computer science.
Weekly gatherings will explore programming languages so participants can write apps, make clothes light up, build devices for problem-solving - all with the companionship of other girls/young women who want to create technology too.
For more info & to register, click HERE & scroll down to "Girls Who Code".