We’ve been exploring ancient Greek mythology this month — some of the oldest stories known. The kids got the chance to create their own character modeled after some they heard about. Special thanks goes out to Rob B, Tracy, Jen, Melissa, Heidi, Sally and Leon Key Club’s Jorge, Sam, Maddie & Allie for their help.
We have had a number of FSU Circle K and Key Club members join us as volunteers at The Front Porch Library, and we would like to extend a very public
to all who have helped in some way.
Click here for more information about an upcoming training session for volunteers.
Yesterday was pumpkin carving day at the Front Porch Library. At first no one wanted to put a hand in “all that mess,” but very quickly everyone was up to their elbow in pumpkin guts and having a grand time.
We added 5 new kids to our rolls yesterday and (fortunately) are now getting help from volunteers from Leon High’s Key club–I sure hope they take over the world soon, these teenaged leaders are up to it.
It is rhythm day at the Front Porch Library. I’m scrubbing out as many big buckets as I can find to use as improvised drums. Craig is bailing Kary and me out by bringing his sense of rhythm. We’ll make rhythm instruments as well. All praise duct tape, recycled cans and dried beans!
Here’s the video Craig made for us: Music Day at The Front Porch Library
Come to the body shop this Sunday at 4pm. We’ll be putting our knowledge of the human body’s bones & organs — along with some obscure facts — to good use in constructing model humans fit for display.