Join us in welcoming The Food Drive Kids to Civic Kids' Story Hour!
All ages and abilities welcome. FREE!
Join us for AFAR's monthly Civic Kids Story Hour Saturday June 29 at 10:30am. We will start the reading around 10:40. Craft & social time to follow.
The Food Drive Kids have been working to end childhood hunger since 2013. They organize food drives, educate the community about childhood hunger, and work to implement sustainable hunger relief. Civic Kids can make a big difference in their communities!
Find out more about The Food Drive Kids and their mission here:
We will be reading the book "What Do You Do With an Idea?" by Kobi Yamada and illustrated by Mae Besom.
AFAR stands for Activating Families Across Raleigh. "We work to make progressive activism and civic engagement accessible to all Raleigh families." Learn more at https://www.afaraleigh.com.
Local educator, Deanna Hicks, will be guiding us through the activity. Arts & crafts may incorporate a variety of materials and methods, from paper crafting, paints and mixed media. Activities are designed to be appropriate for most kids ages 2+, are intended to be an exploration of the arts and focused on building confidence and fine motor skills.
No registration is needed for story time and there is no charge.