Take your child to Milford Library on Saturday, February 2!
10:30am: Al deCant performs an interactive musical literacy program!
10am-4pm: Activities in the Children’s Department. While supplies last.
Saturday, February 4, is the 12th annual Take Your Child to the Library Day! Come celebrate with the Milford Public Library. Al deCant, the “singing principal” will kick off the day with an interactive musical literacy performance. Decorate a star for our Children’s Department window, create a reading rockstar bookmark, take pictures with fun photo props, and enter a raffle to win a kids karaoke microphone. Sign up for a new library card and receive a favor bag to personalize your own card holder. We can’t wait to see you there!
Al deCant, the “singing principal" is a critically acclaimed concert performer and educator from Connecticut who has entertained and educated thousands of young people through his programs of music and storytelling. Al’s music and character education themes are being used in schools and classrooms throughout Connecticut. Parents, teachers, and children immediately respond to the catchy tunes and lyrical wit of this veteran singer/songwriter/educator. Al’s original comic and soulful songs are enjoyed as much by adults as they are by children.
Take Your Child to the Library Day (TYCLD) is an international initiative that encourages families everywhere to take their children to their local library. TYCLD raises community awareness about the importance of the library in the life of a child and promotes library services and programs for children and families. Join the celebration!