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CentCalParentMag_Jun.. - Central California Parent Magazine

CentCalParentMag_Jun.. - Central California Parent Magazine

Creative Learning Center

Creative Learning Center NOW ENROLLING FOR OUR NEW INFANT CENTER and SUMMER PROGRAMS • 6 weeks to 12 years • Summer/half day/enrichment/Full day • Fully screened, trained, warm and wonderful staff! • Very large/three playgrounds separated by age groups. • Open center/parents may call or stop by any time! Currently offering Free registration! (limited time) Limited space in our infant center so hurry! 2261 Villa, Clovis, Ca. 93612 559-323-3905 www.thecreativelearningcenter.com lic #103808114,103808115,103808670 The Fairmont Experience Changing Lives Forever • Central California PARENT • June 2012 Summer Adventures Preschool – 3rd Grades June 20 – July 31st Now Accepting Fall Enrollments •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against the Las Vegas 51’s at 2:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •XANUDA, JUNIOR Enjoy this hilarious, roller skating, musical adventure today at 2 p.m. Tickets $5-$10. California Arts Academy, 4750 N. Blackstone, Fresno. 222-6539 11 Monday •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against Modesto Nuts at 1 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •BATTER UP It’s fun to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against the Sacramento River Cats at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “I”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •PRESCHOOL STORYTIME—CARUTHERS Interactive storytime with songs, and fingerplays, for children 3-5 years old. 2 p.m. FREE Caruthers Branch Library, 13382 S. Henderson. 864-8766 12 Tuesday •ART CLASS Father’s Day presents for children ages 2-6. 10:30 a.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295. •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against the Modesto Nuts at 7 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •BATTER UP It’s fun to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against the Sacramento River Cats at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •CHESS—AUBERRY Chess for all ages, all levels. FREE 3:30 p.m. Auberry Branch Library, 33049 Auberry Road, 855-8523. 13 Wednesday •ART CLASS Father’s Day presents for children ages 2-6. 2 p.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295. •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against the Modesto Nuts at 7 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •BATTER UP It’s fun to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against the Sacramento River Cats at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “I”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •PRESCHOOL STORYTIME-CLOVIS Interactive storytime with songs, and fingerplays, for ages 3-5 years. FREE Clovis Regional Library, 1155 Fifth Street. 600-9531 14 Thursday •STORYTIME Toddlers and preschoolers, with their parents, join Miss Priscilla to do finger plays, sing songs, and hear stories. FREE 11 a.m. Petunia’s Place, Opus Center, 6027 N. Palm, Fresno. 438-1561 •STORYTIME 10:30 a.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295. •SUMMER MOVIE—ORANGE COVE Kids can see “The Wizard of OZ” movie at 4 p.m. FREE, Orange Cove Branch Library, 815 Park Blvd. 600-9292 15 Friday •FARMERS MARKET Find a variety of fresh, delicious fruits and vegetables, live entertainment and activities for kids in Old Town Clovis 5:30-9 p.m. FREE admission. 298-5774 •INFANT/TODDLER STORYTIME—CLOVIS Interactive storytime with songs, and fingerplays, Ages 0-18 months at 10 a.m.; ages 18 months-2 years at 11 a.m. FREE Clovis Regional Library, 1155 Fifth Street. 299-9531 •INFANT/TODDLER STORYTIME—KERMAN Interactive storytime with songs and fingerplays for newborns to age 2. 10:30 a.m. FREE Kerman Branch Library, 15081 W. Kearney Plaza. 846-8804 •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “I”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •SPECIAL STORYTIME Children sing and dance with Oklin Bloodworth! 11 a.m. FREE Petunia’s Place, Opus I Center, 6027 N. Palm, Fresno. 438-1561 •STAR PARTY Star gazing at The Discovery Center from 8-10 p.m. Bring some munchies and a blanket! $5 for a car load. 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •XANUDA, JUNIOR Enjoy this hilarious, roller skating, musical adventure today at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $5-$10. California Arts Academy, 4750 N. Blackstone, Fresno. 222-6539 16 Saturday •KID’S MATINEE “Finding Nemo.” 2:30 p.m. Fig Garden Regional Library, 3071 W. Bullard Ave., Fresno. 600-4071 •SATURDAY SCIENCE Basic science classes that include science experiments and a craft. Ages 2 and up at 12, 1, and 2 p.m. Cost $5. The Discovery Center, 1944 Winery, Fresno 251-5533 •TAIL WAGGIN’ TUTOR Kids, K-6 can read to Charlie, a friendly dog volunteer at 2 p.m. Sunnyside Regional Library, 5566 E. Kings Canyon Rd. 600-6594 •XANUDA, JUNIOR Enjoy this hilarious, roller skating, musical adventure today at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $5-$10. California Arts Academy, 4750 N. Blackstone, Fresno. 222-6539 17 Sunday •FATHER’S DAY BLUES FEST on the St. Therese Lawn, 2-7 p.m. $10 (kids 9 and under free with adult paid admission). Floradora & Maroa, Fresno. 497-8362 •XANUDA, JUNIOR Enjoy this hilarious, roller skating, musical adventure today at 2 p.m. Tickets $5-$10. California Arts Academy, 4750 N. Blackstone, Fresno. 222-6539 18 Monday •CRAFT—FOWLER Teens and tweens decorate a porcelain mug. 1 p.m. FREE First come, first served. Fowler Branch Library, 3036 S. 7th St., 834-3114 •MAGIC—AUBERRY 10 a.m. FREE Outside on the grass at the Auberry Branch Library, 33049 Auberry Rd. 855-8523 •MAGIC—BIG CREEK 3 p.m. FREE Space is limited, call regarding tickets. Big Creek Branch Library, 55185 Point Rd. 893-6614 •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “J”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •TEEN CRAFT Teens and tweens decorate a porcelain mug. 3 p.m. FREE. First come, first served. Easton Branch Library, 25 E. Fantz, Fresno. 237-3929 19 Tuesday •ART CLASS Bubble-making for children ages 2-6. 10:30 a.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295. •REPTILE FAMILY See, touch, and learn about amphibians and reptiles at 10 a.m. FREE 10 a.m. Clovis Regional Library, 1155 Fifth Street. 600-9531 •REPTILE FAMILY—SANGER See, touch, and learn about amphibians and reptiles at 1 p.m. FREE Space is limited so call for information. Sanger Branch Library, 875-2435 •STORYTIME AND CRAFT “Mmmmm Good Tomatoes” for kids K-6 at 10 a.m. FREE Sunnyside Regional Library, 5566 E. Kings Canyon Rd., Fresno. 600-6594 •TEEN CRAFT Teens and tweens decorate a porcelain mug. 2 p.m. FREE First come, first served. Woodward Park Regional Library, 944 E. Perrin Ave, Fresno. 600-3135 •TEEN CRAFT—REEDLEY Teens and tweens decorate a porcelain mug. 3 p.m. FREE First come, first served. Reedley Branch Library. 1027 “E” St. 638-2818 •TEEN CRAFT—SQUAW VALLEY Bear Mountain Branch Library invites teens and tweens to decorate a porcelain mug. 4 p.m. FREE First come, first served. 30733 E. Kings Canyon Rd. 232-2528 20 Wednesday •ART CLASS Bubble-making for children ages 2-6. 2 p.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295.

•MAGIC—SAN JOAQUIN Trained rabbits do magic with humor! 4 p.m. FREE San Joaquin Branch Library. Space is limited, so call regarding tickets. 8781 Main Street. 693-2171 •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “J”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •PRESCHOOL STORYTIME FREE interactive story time, songs and fingerplays for ages 3-5 at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Woodward Park Regional, 944 E. Perrin Ave., Fresno. 600-3135 •PRESCHOOL STORY TIME—CLOVIS Interactive story time at 10 a.m. with songs, and fingerplays, for ages 3-5. FREE Clovis Regional Library, 1155 Fifth Street. 600-9531 •REPTILE FAMILY See, touch, and learn about amphibians and reptiles at 1 p.m. FREE. West Fresno Library, 188 East California Ave. 455-6066 Space is limited so call early for information. •TEEN CRAFT—SANGER Teens create refrigerator magnets at 2 p.m. FREE First come, first served. Sanger Branch Library, 1812 Seventh St. 875-2435 21 Thursday •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against the San Jose Giants at 7 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •CRAFT—RIVERDALE Teens and tweens decorate a porcelain mug. 4 p.m. FREE Riverdale Branch Library 20975 Malsbary. 867-3381 •INFANT TODDLER MUSIC AND STORIES Interactive story time for children ages 0-2, accompanied by an adult. FREE 10 and 10:45 a.m. Woodward Park Regional Library, 944 E. Perrin Ave. Fresno 600-3135 •MAGIC FREE at the following Fresno Libraries: 9 a.m. Gillis Branch Library. 629 W. Dakota. 225-0140. At 11:30 a.m. Easton Branch 25 E. Fantz, 237-3929, and at 4 p.m. Sunnyside Regional, 5566 E. Kings Canyon Rd. 600-6594. Space is limited, so call early. •MAGIC—REEDLEY 9 a.m. FREE Reedley Branch Library. Space is limited, so call regarding tickets. 1027 “E” St. 638-2818 •REPTILE FAMILY See, touch, and learn about amphibians and reptiles at 1 and 3 p.m. FREE. Woodward Park Regional Library. 944 E. Perrin Ave. 600-3135. Space is limited, register at www. fresnolibrary.org. •STORYTIME Toddlers and preschoolers, with their parents, join Miss Priscilla to do finger plays, sing songs, and hear stories. FREE 11 a.m. Petunia’s Place, Opus Center, 6027 N. Palm, Fresno. 438-1561 •STORYTIME 10:30 a.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295. •SUMMER MOVIE—ORANGE COVE “Alice in Wonderland” movie at 4 p.m. FREE, Orange Cove Branch Library, 815 Park Blvd. 600-9292 22 Friday •A MAGICAL EXPERIENCE—COALINGA Dinner and magic show at 6 p.m. $5 per person, ages K-5th grade. Keck Park Community Center, 555 Monroe St., Coalinga. Information 935-0727 •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against the San Jose Giants at 7 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •FARMERS MARKET Find a variety of fresh, delicious fruits and vegetables, live entertainment and activities for kids in Old Town Clovis 5:30-9 p.m. FREE admission. 298-5774 •INFANT/TODDLER STORYTIME—CLOVIS Interactive storytime with songs and fingerplays for ages 0-18 months at 10 a.m. and ages 18 months to 2 years at 11 a.m. FREE Clovis Regional Library, 1155 Fifth St. 600-9531 •INFANT/TODDLER STORYTIME—KERMAN Interactive storytime with songs and fingerplays for newborns to 2 year olds. 10:30 a.m. FREE Kerman Branch Library, 15081 W. Kearney Plaza. 846-8804 •MAGIC—FOWLER 1 p.m. FREE Fowler Branch Library, 306 S. 7th St. Call regarding admission, 834-3114 •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “J”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •REPTILE FAMILY See, touch, and learn about amphibians and reptiles. at 9 a.m. FREE. Cedar-Clinton Branch Library, 4150 E. Clinton Ave., Fresno. Space is limited so call early. 442-1770 •SOLAR VIEWING Families can view the sun through a special telescope with the experts from Central Valley Astronomers at 3 p.m. FREE Woodward Park Regional Library, 944 E. Perrin Ave., Fresno 600-3135 •STAR PARTY Star gazing at The Discovery Center from 8-10 p.m. Bring some munchies and a blanket! $5 a car load. 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •STORYTIME Toddlers and preschoolers, with their parents, join Miss Priscilla to do finger plays, sing songs, and hear stories. FREE 11 a.m. Petunia’s Place, Opus Center, 6027 N. Palm, Fresno. 438-1561 23 Saturday •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against the San Jose Giants at 7 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against the Tucson Padres at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •CRAFT Teens and tweens decorate a porcelain mug. 3 p.m. FREE First come, first served. Gillis Branch Library, 629 W. Dakota, Fresno. 255-0140 •CRAFT—FOWLER Teens and tweens decorate a porcelain mug. 3 p.m. FREE First come, first served. Fowler Branch Library, 306 S. 7th St., 834-3114 Visitors Welcome! Enrolling Now and Registering for Fall ‘12 Call Today! 977-7980 or 227-0654 EV SLAUGHTER Credentialed Teacher/Reading Specialist 4815 E. Holland License #103801269 Early Head Start Early Head Start provides no-cost comprehensive child development and family support services to low-income pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers. This year-round program serves residents living in the following areas: Fresno, Pinedale, Reedley, Sanger, Clovis, Fowler, Selma, Kerman and Highway City. • Christian Instruction • 4 Hours Per Day • Mon-Thurs 8:30-12:30 • Self-Esteem Emphasized • Small Class Size • Book Bag Library • Reading-Phonics, Math, Writing, Art, Music, Drama, Storytime, Science, P.E. • Hands-On Computer Center • Social Studies • Credentialed Teachers • Field Trips • Learning to Read in Kindergarten OUR will make a difference in your child’s future success in school If you’re pregnant or have an infant or toddler we offer: • parent library with books, toys, videos and more • workshops • parent support • childcare • health/prenatal services • disability support services Call now to apply 263-1550 Sponsored by Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission 1920 Mariposa Mall, Fresno • License #103808428/103808427 June 2012 • Central California PARENT •

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