StoryWalk® Sundays – February 2022
February 13 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
After being snowed out twice, StoryWalk® Sunday for “The Mitten” has been rescheduled for February!
This is the second in a series of StoryWalk® Sunday adventures for kids.
The story posted on the StoryWalk® trail at Pine Hill Park will change monthly, and plans call for a special event to accompany each one on the second Sunday of each month.
February’s storybook is “The Mitten” by Jan Brett.
“Based on a Ukrainian folk tradition, the story is a whimsical tale of winter woodland animals climbing into a mitten lost in the snow—each animal larger than the last. Children love the story as the succession of animals leads up to a big brown bear,” said Pam Rowland, The Institute’s education director.
Kids will enjoy a guided walk along the story trail as they read the book, then make a special craft project to take home—and warm up with a campfire and yummy s’mores!
The event is FREE, but pre-registration is required by Feb. 10. To register, email to: email@example.com or call 717-762-0373. Limited to 20 children.
Children in grades K–5 may be dropped off and picked up at 3 p.m. All families are welcome, but activities are geared for preschool and elementary age kids.
The stories posted on the StoryWalk® trail at Pine Hill Park will change monthly, with plans for a special event to accompany each one on the second Sunday of the month. On February 13, the book will be “Snowmen at Night” by Caralyn Buehner.
- COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed.
- We require that everyone have a mask with them.
- Mask use will be encouraged when in a close group setting when appropriate distancing isn’t possible.
- Respect physical distancing guidelines when possible.
- If you are sick, have been sick within the past two weeks or been around anyone else that is sick, please stay home.
Pine Hill’s StoryWalk® trail, an Institute project, was funded in part by Summit Endowment, Marge Kiersz and Rouzerville Business Association, with in-kind support from Washington Township, Hopewell Manufacturing, Waynesboro Area School
District “Be the Village,” and Alexander Hamilton Memorial Free Library.
Additional support is from The Institute’s Today’s Horizon Fund contributors: The Nora Roberts Foundation, The John R. Hershey Jr. and Anna L. Hershey Family Foundation, Alma W. Oyer, APX Enclosures, Inc., and The Carolyn Terry Eddy Family: Carolyn, with daughters Connie Fleagle & Kim Larkin. Facility support courtesy of Washington Township
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.