Many of you may know that Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, was a prolific children's author and a much celebrated figure in American history. But, did you also know that on his birthday many stores, libraries and kids museums celebrate "Read Across America" in honor of his work/dedication to make books fun for kids? Fortunately we have some Seuss enthusiasts in our area that are geared up for a fun Saturday, and your kids should join in on the fun!
- Martin Library will host a Read Across America Celebration from 10-11am for kids of all ages, with a special appearance from The Cat in the Hat himself!
- The Arthur Hufnagel Library in Glen Rock with host a Dr. Seuss and Donuts open house from 9:30-11:30am, with donuts and stories.
- Northeastern High School's National Honor Society will host a Read Across America night, tonight, from 5-8pm at the Friendly's on Loucks Rd. in York. Students will read books, do some face painting and there will be a meet-and-greet with "Dr. Seuss".
- The Cat in the Hat will visit kids at the East Berlin Community Library Thursday night after games and activities at 6:30pm. Bring your camera!!
- Red Land Community Library will celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday March 4th at 10:30am with cake and songs at their regularly scheduled story time.
- The Railroad Museum of PA will host a breakfast with the conductor and catcher on Saturday the 2nd at 8:30am in Strasburg (for you early risers!). Here is the link to the flier, reservations are required! http://www.rrmuseumpa.org/visitors/BreakfastWithConductor-ReadAcrossAmericaDay.pdf
- Michael's craft store on Pleasant Valley Rd. in York will have their regular Kids Club from 10am-12pm featuring a special Read Across America craft! The cost for this class is $2, to register contact the store at 717-600-2512.