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the napping house coverOn Sunday, September 20 at 7pm, Misty Pugmire and Millie Moyer of El Grito Head Start will read this classic children’s book The Napping House by Audrey Wood in English and Spanish for the Silver City Museum’s Bilingual Storytime series.On Sunday, September 20 at 7pm, Misty Pugmire and Millie Moyer of El Grito Head Start will read this classic children’s book The Napping House by Audrey Wood in English and Spanish for the Silver City Museum’s Bilingual Storytime series.

Register and attend here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6AFcZuUnQs2THS9Mv9vQ8w  or at silvercitymuseum.org.

Delightful cumulative rhyme leads up to the consequences of piling too many sleepy people and animals in a cozy bed. The paintings endow the plot with beauty and newness, conveying atmosphere as well as illustrating the story. 

El domingo 20 de septiembre a las 7 pm, MistyPugmire y Millie Moyer de El Grito Head Start leerán este clásico libro infantil The Napping House de Audrey Wood en inglés y español para la serie BilingualStorytime del Silver City Museum.

Regístrese y asista aquí: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6AFcZuUnQs2THS9Mv9vQ8w o a silvercitymuseum.org.

La deliciosa rima acumulativa conduce a las consecuencias de amontonar a demasiadas personas y animales adormecidos en una cama acogedora. Las pinturas dotan a la trama de belleza y novedad, transmitiendo atmósfera e ilustrando la historia.

Families have entrusted El Grito Head Start (El Grito) for more than 50 years with the care of their children. El Grito understands that children love to learn, and it encourageschildren in their quest for knowledge and skills. El Grito provides social, medical, and mental health and educational services. Educational programs include CPR, safety classes, child development training, Father Power (male involvement training), parental rights and responsibilities.

The Silver City Museum Storytime Series brings to the public children’s stories about the land and people of the Southwest, in a bilingual format. Storytime is designed to engage early readers and their families virtually (in the comfort of your own home) to enjoy reflections on life in our region in English and Spanish. The public can register and attend for free at www.silvercitymuseum.org, and also sign up to receive email notifications of upcoming events. All events are hosted on the platform Zoom, which is easy to use and has a text chat feature. Audience participation is welcome!   

The Museum partners with the Silver City Public Library, which hosts its own Storytime on Wednesday mornings at 10am. The Library encourages families to check it out at www.silvercitypubliclibrary.org under Children’s Activities.

The Silver City Museum creates opportunities for residents and visitors to explore, understand, and celebrate the rich and diverse cultural heritage of southwestern New Mexico by collecting, preserving, researching, and interpreting the region's unique history. It is nationally recognized through its accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums.

For more information, please contact the museum at (575) 538-5921 education@silvercitymuseum.org , or visit the museum's website: www.silvercitymuseum.org

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