Catch up on the latest PIC news or learn about an upcoming event. As a part of its mission, the Parent-Infant Center organizes several family-focused events throughout the year that are open to the community. Take a look!

Summertime Stories in Clark Park

Mark your calendar for Storytime in Clark Park 2017! This year's story sessions will run from June 8 - July 13. 
 
Children and grown-ups will gather on Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm by the turtle sculpture in Clark Park (between 43rd and 45th Streets) for read-aloud stories for children ages 7 and under. Many folks bring blankets and picnics, and we always share a happy ending with cookies!
 
This weekly event is free and open to the public as part of PIC's outreach programs promoting literacy and pre-literacy as a family activity.
 
Storytime in Clark Park is a volunteer effort led by PIC's Diversity Committee.
 
Here are this year's dates:
 
  • June 8 - Readers: Tulante Family / Hosts: Kosaka Family
  • June 15 - Readers and Hosts: Curry Family
  • June 22 - Readers and Hosts: Hunt-Golzari Family
  • June 29 - Reader: Joanne Browley (Rainbows Teacher) / Host: TBD
  • July 6 - Susana Fattorini (Moonbeams Teacher) / Host: TBD
  • July 13 - Gilbertson-Froelich Family / Host: Jing Ye

Readers and hosts subject to change.  

"Hosts" still needed!  PIC Families: earn 3 PPP hours for assisting at Story Time and providing cookies and blankets/sheets.  Please email Diversity Committee Chair Lilly Kosaka to learn more about Storytime in Clark Park and to volunteer.

 
We hope to see you for a summer of stories Thursday evenings in Clark Park!