“Saturdays at Fay” Dino Adventures – January 21

Fay is bringing back free fun for little ones in their monthly event series.

Above: Tots and preschoolers can enjoy free fun at this year’s series of Saturdays at Fay (images top row from past promo, bottom cropped from Animal Adventures website and Jeannie Mack promo photo)

This month, Fay School is kicking off a new season of “Saturdays at Fay”. The series offers free, fun programs designed for children aged 6 and under along with their parents. Events are open to the public, but pre-registration is required.

On Saturday, January 21st, from 9:00 – 10:00 am, the school is hosting an interactive “Dino Adventures” presentation.

Animal Adventures' savannah monitor lizard (from Facebook)Join us as we welcome Animal Adventures to Saturdays at Fay for a prehistoric presentation perfect for future paleontologists and dinosaur enthusiasts. The presentation will feature fossils, dinosaur skulls, velociraptor claws, and dinosaur skin that children can see and touch. There will also be live animals such as monitor lizards, alligators, scorpions, birds, and snapping turtles.

The event takes place at Fay School’s Primary School. Parking is available throught the East Entrance at 23 Middle Road. (Click here for a campus map.)

Registration is open, but space may be limited. To sign up, click here.

The Saturdays at Fay series will run monthly through April. It’s too soon to sign up for the other upcoming shows. But you may want to mark your calendars.
Jeannie Mack (from Facebook)

Valentine’s Day Concert – Saturday, February 11, 9:00 – 10:00 am

Children’s musician and songwriter Jeannie Mack will join us to perform a Valentine’s Day themed concert. This is a lively and fun performance for children that will have them singing, dancing, and clapping the entire time.

Registration Opens January 23.

Stay tuned for details on the March 11 and April 29 events.

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