Coming up this week!
This December, young guests will discover the “little bit more” of Christmas as Old Firehouse Books welcomes the Grinch back to their store for the second time! Attendees will listen to a reading of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, plays games, enjoy a small snack, and meet the Grinch himself! The party lasts from 6pm-7pm at Old Firehouse Books on Saturday, December 5th. Entry to the event is free, but we suggest a $5 donation per child. Donations will be used to purchase books for Project Self-Sufficiency, a Northern Colorado nonprofit that creates opportunities for low-income, single parent families.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving….WOAH
Meaning not only is it a day to stuff your gob with all kinds of fancy and delicious foods, it is also a time with family and to give thanks for all we have. At least in theory.
As the real world does sometimes family dinners can be a thing of stress, chaos or full blown anarchy. Any way you look at it, the holidays all hold a special place for all of us. Whether we love them or not.
In case you want a few books to feel better about your own crazy. Or even just to have a laugh, try some of these out.
Best Wishes and Happy Reading!
~Rebecca Lee Robinson
Join Old Firehouse Books for a special story time with local children’s author Natasha Wing on Tuesday, December 1st at 10:30am. She will be reading aloud from her picture book, The Night Before Hanukkah. All ages are welcome to this free event that will include crafts and songs.
Natasha Wing, based in Fort Collins, is a local children’s book author best known for the Night Before series, which copies the familiar pattern of The Night Before Christmas to celebrate other milestones in a child’s life.