Vail Public Library in partnership with Betty Ford Alpine Gardens’ Summer Exhibit “The Secret Life of Roots “ will host “Women Farmers Photo Exhibit’ by world-renowned National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson. Starting June 1st– October 30th in our Community Room.
Jim Richardson is a photographer for National Geographic Magazine and a contributing editor for its sister publication, TRAVELER Magazine. Richardson has photographed more than fifty stories for National Geographic.
From their unique perspective, perched on the lap of a beloved adult, these very young minds absorb what is going on around them and may already be learning an appreciation for books and reading. Baby story time is filled with songs, movement exercises, rhythm and rhyme. This is very interactive and age appropriate for the 0—18 month old patrons.
Enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, children and caregivers join Cricket at Vail Public Library, as she leads listeners in rhymes, songs, stories and more. Each story time also features an age appropriate art activity. Active participation is encouraged from everybody as children enjoy these pre-reading activities designed to be the building blocks for strong readers and students. This free event is interactive and educational. For more information please call 970-479-2187. You may also visit us at vaillibrary.com.
As part of our Healthy Lifestyle Series,Maria Barry will teach a Introduction to Country Western Line Dance. Borrowing from many different dance traditions, line dance steps vary from simple walking to intricate turns and syncopated rhythms.
Learn to make balloon sculptures! Ming has been doing balloon sculptures for over 30 years and teaching balloon art for more than 20 years. In these lessons, you will learn all the basics of balloon sculpting in a step-by-step process.
for patron 10 years and up
RSVP to Cricket Pylman at 970-479-2179 or CPylman@vailgov.com
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