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January—American Red Cross Babysitting Course (ages 11 +): Course for potential babysitters that teaches basic childcare techniques and first aid.
February—Movie Night (all ages): Families enjoy a movie shown on the big screen in the Village Hall along with snacks and drinks.
March—Saint Patrick’s Day Party (toddler age): A green party to celebrate St. Patty’s Day with green goodies and crafts.
April—Earth Day Event (elementary school age): Respect for Mother Earth starts at a young age. Kids will plant an herb garden that they can take home and watch grow.
May—Parents’ Night Out (all ages): Parents’ Night Out: Parents get the evening off while their kids enjoy crafts and entertainment in the care of babysitters at the Village Hall.
June—Backpack Donation & Ice Cream Social—(elementary school age): Celebrate the end of the school year by donating your lightly used backpacks and unused school supplies while enjoying an ice cream party with all the ‘fixins. Backpacks and school supplies will be donated to local kids in need.
September—Welcome Back BBQ at the Large Oliver St. Triangle Park (all ages): An event the whole family can enjoy., with entertainment, food and activities for the family to celebrate the return to school.
*Seasonal Food Drive will Run October through December*: Bring canned and other non-perishable food items to all Village events from October through December. Donations will be provided to a local food bank.
October—Costume Swap (all ages): Kids can exchange gently used Halloween costumes.
November/December—Gingerbread House Workshop (all ages): A local Gingerbread House building expert, will teach families how to construct their own house. Each family will get their very own Gingerbread House to take home for the holidays.