Carrot “French Fries”

 

French fries. All you have to do is mutter the words and my kids are on board to cover them in ketchup/ranch (depending which kid we’re talking about) and inhale whatever version you put in front of them. We have made sweet potato fries, jicama fries, and yes, carrot fries.

Your kids don’t need to know they’re healthy. I won’t tell them if you don’t.

carrots

They’re quick, easy, delicious, and won’t leave you feeling guilty for feeding your children french fries for the 12th time this week…wait, you guys don’t do that? Oh. Me neither…

All you need for these bad boys is some carrots, oil, and salt. We like kosher salt, but if you don’t like extra delicious things, feel free to use plain old table salt. Enjoy!

PALEO-CARROT-FRIES-RECIPE

Ingredients:
1 pound fresh carrots
2 teaspoons oil (olive oil or coconut oil)
½ teaspoon kosher salt

Instructions:
Peel carrots into thick slices or cut into strips of desired thickness.
Toss slices in oil and salt.
Bake at 450F for 10-12 minutes, or until they’re reached your desired level of crispy deliciousness.

Upcoming Events – July 25 to July 31

Please always double check events have not been cancelled or changed before leaving.

July 25

The Wichita Theatre – Mary Poppins
Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure.
7:30PM

Movies In The Park – Friendship Park, Burkburnett
Bring your blanket or your lawn chair and just relax while watching a family movie under the stars at the United Friendship Amphitheatre. Every year from June to October the City of Burkburnett Park’s Department hosts movies in the park for a safe family activity.
You can bring your own snacks or purchase popcorn and soft drinks at the park. Shows start at dusk

July 27

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Gaming
Play board games & Wii in the Activity Room – All Ages; children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2-3PM

River Bend Nature Center – Super Duper Science Lab Summer Camp
Prepare to get your hands dirty, with science! Campers will make their own car, test rockets, create scientific concoctions, and much more.
July 27 – 31, 8:30AM -12PM

Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU – Art Camp IV
The Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU will host Art Camp IV from 9-11:30 a.m. for children ages 6-9 and from 1-3:30 p.m. for ages 10 and older. Cost is $75. Families with more than two children enrolling receive a 10-percent discount. For more information, call (940) 397-8900, or register online at www.wfmamsu.org.

July 28

Wichita Falls Public Library – Celebrity Story Time
Wichita Falls celebrities read to preschool children & adults – Room 205 upstairs.
10:30AM-11AM

July 29

Wichita Falls Public Library – Storyteller Solina Marquis
Tricksters come in all sizes, shapes, and guises — and heroes do, too. Join bilingual storyteller Solina Marquis as she brings to life heroic and humorous tales – with a twist – from the borderlands and beyond. Room 205.
2-3PM

July 30

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Crafts
Original, creative art projects for ages 2-9 (with adult guardians) in Room 204 upstairs.
2PM-3PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Tales For Tails
Children ages 5-12 may read to a trained & certified therapy dog & dog owner in the Activity Room. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2PM-3PM

July 31

The Wichita Theatre – Mary Poppins
Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure.
7:30PM

 

The Not-Quite Oregon Trail

You guys remember Oregon Trail. You may be too young or too old to remember; in either case, it’s probably past your nap time. You started out by listing every poor, destined-for-dysentery member of your made-up family. You joyfully watched all the buffalo die as you prayed a snake wouldn’t jump out and bite you, that you wouldn’t get measles, or typhoid, or break some random part of your leg.

Now imagine your made up family isn’t imaginary at all, and that instead of avoiding dysentery you’re only hoping to avoid any major meltdowns after being on the road for 26 days and 5,000 miles with eight children and four adults all in one car.

You read that right. Twenty-six days. Five thousand miles. Eleven states. An eight year old, a seven year old, a six year old, two four year olds, a three year old, a two year old, an 18 month old, and a partridge in a pear tree. In all seriousness, we are super stoked about this trip! Our kids are great travelers, and we are going with some of our best friends and their five amazing children altogether in one 12 passenger van. We are heading to the Pacific Northwest to visit family, travel down the coast of Cali (to a surprise location! I know you guys can’t keep secrets, so I will tell you after the kids know. Nothing personal.) before heading to Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, Albuquerque, and home!

While we may not have to worry about broken wagon wheels or figuring out how to cross Snake River, I’m sure there are many obstacles we will encounter. Only one of them is really something I feel like I just can’t prepare myself for on our Not-Quite Oregon Trail adventure: How much pee could three preschoolers pee if three preschoolers were on the road for 5,000 miles?

The rule of thumb for determining how many times you will have to stop for potty breaks with your kids is as follows: multiply the number of kids you have by the number of times they normally need to go in a day, and then multiply that by 59,420. Seriously. That is an algorithm of calculus proportions, and if you don’t believe me, you obviously don’t have kids…and are probably really good at math. I do realize that it is completely irrational to just not let the kids have anything to drink while we’re in the car (Right? Because if I’m wrong, someone needs to tell me now.), but just the first leg of our 26 day adventure is a little over 1,200 miles. That’s more than 17 hours for those of you like me who don’t like to do long division in your head. We’re crazy and are driving straight. through. the night. When I was a kid, we once got stuck in St. Louis traffic while on vacation, and my youngest brother had to pee. My dad handed him an empty Wendy’s cup while my younger sisters and I sat in horror as we attempted to cover our ears and seal our eyes shut. This was one of those defining moments in my life where I realized “memorable” and “enjoyable” are NOT the same thing. Anywho, I don’t know about you, but this isn’t my preferred method of bathroom happenings. Besides, with eight kids, we wouldn’t have nearly enough cup holders. Not that I was considering it…

So…who wants to start taking bets on how many times we stop? I just might bring back a prize for the person who comes the closest!pee cartoon

*Be on the lookout for updates and photos as we embark on our journey (7/31)!

Texoma With Kids has a New Kid in Town!

.Shauna

Okay, so I’m 28. That doesn’t really make me a kid, but I enjoy idioms. And cliches. And grammar in general. I am really excited to introduce myself as the new face of Texoma With Kids, so let’s get started.

I am a school teacher turned stay-at-home homeschooling mom of four boys: K1 is 8, K2 is 4, H is 2 and our sweet baby N is residing in heaven. Our household is powered by coffee, prayer and superheroes (not in that order), is practically built out of Legos (way cheaper than doing real repairs), and has more trains than Chuggington and the Island of Sodor combined. Seriously. We didn’t choose the chug life. The chug life chose us.

I have been married to my best friend for a little over nine years. We are always laughing and finding a new reason to make fun of each other. He is a conossieur of all things geek, but you know he’s hot because he was a Marine and is a firefighter by profession. The best of both worlds. Scoooore! But seriously. He’s awesome.

In my spare time (hahahaha-spare time), I am a Volunteer Site Coordinator for Bountiful Baskets, a member of the Wichita Falls Junior League, a professional zombie slayer (PVZ 2 son!), and I spend the rest of my time doing things within our local homeschooling community. This year I will be directing the 4-H’s elementary school production (shameless plug), and you should ALL come see it (look for an update about this later!). It’s going to be about…wait for it…SUPERHEROES! *gasp* Shocker, I know.

Each week I will be updating with weekly events happening around our area, giveaways (because I know how we moms love free stuff!), and general shenanigans regarding life with kids in Texoma. I’m excited to get *YOU* excited about living in Texoma! It’s gonna happen. Just wait.

*Ideas for the blog/things you would love to see happen around Texoma? Comment below!

 

 

Simple Summer Italian Recipes – KID APPROVED!!

Summer-Italian-Recipes

Between shuffling kids to their summer activities, working and household chores, cooking a quick and healthy dinner for your kids can be a struggle. But dinner doesn’t have to be a difficult, multi-process ordeal. Here are some easy kid-approved dinner ideas that will have you skipping the drive-thru.

English Muffin Pizza

Ingredients:
• English muffins
• Pizza sauce
• Shredded mozzarella cheese
• Italian spices
• Pepperoni or other toppings

Directions:
Heat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Split English muffins and place halves on baking sheet.
Top each muffin half with sauce (about 1 T each), pepperoni, and cheese or other toppings.
Sprinkle with dash of Italian seasoning.
Bake 4-6 minutes until cheese is bubbly.
Time: 10 minutes

Spaghetti with Garlic and Olive Oil

Serves 4
Ingredients:
• 1 pound spaghetti
• 10 garlic cloves, peeled and left whole
• 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
• 1/2 cup grated Parmesan, plus more for serving
• Chopped parsley (optional)
• Salt and freshly ground black pepper

Directions:
Put a pot of water on to boil. Separately, warm olive oil in a large saucepan and add garlic cloves. Sauté until lightly golden.
Cook the pasta until al dente (about 10 minutes); drain, and then add the pasta to the saucepan with the garlic and olive oil. Stir in grated Parmesan, a generous amount of black pepper and parsley, if using. Season with salt to taste and pass around additional cheese at the table.

Baked Ravioli

Ingredients:
• 1 bag (25 Oz. Bag) Frozen Ravioli
• 1 jar (26 Oz. Jar) Marinara Sauce
• 2 cups Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
• Parmesan Cheese, For Sprinkling

Directions:
Heat oven to 400°F. Spray bottom and sides of a 9×13 rectangular baking dish with cooking spray.
Spread 3/4 cup of the pasta sauce in baking dish. Arrange half of the frozen ravioli in a single layer over the sauce; top with half of the remaining pasta sauce and half of the mozzarella cheese. Repeat layers once, starting with ravioli. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 30 minutes. Remove foil; bake uncovered for 10 to 15 minutes longer or until bubbly and hot in the center. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving.

Armed with these easy dinner ideas, you can resist the take-out temptation. What are your favorite “go to” meals that takes the stress out of cooking? Share here now.

Upcoming Events – July 3 to July 17

Please always double check events have not been cancelled or changed before leaving.

July 4

Kell House Museum – 31st Annual Fourth of July Celebration & “Most Patriotic Parade”
Step back in time with the Wichita County Heritage Society this Fourth of July!
8:15AM

Home Depot Free Kids Workshop – Learn to Build a Minions Scooter
FREE hands-on workshops; designed for children ages 5 – 12
9AM

Sheppard Air Force Base – Freedom Fest 2015
Gates open at 3:30 pm, with events starting at 4 p.m.  The fireworks show starts at approximately 10 p.m. The event is open to the public with live music, fireworks and much more. Unlimited kids play area wristbands $5.00
3:30 – 11PM

July 6

Kemp Center for the Arts – Drama Camp 2015
This two week camp is specially designed for your young performer!
July 6 – 17, 12:30 – 3:30PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Gaming
Play board games & Wii in the Activity Room – All Ages; children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2-3PM

July 7

Wichita Falls Public Library – Celebrity Story Time
Wichita Falls celebrities read to preschool children & adults – Room 205 upstairs.
10:30AM-11AM

July 8

Wichita Falls Public Library – The David Chicken Live Show Spectacular
Experience a heart-pounding, floor-stomping, singing & dancing event with Emmy award-winning singer-songwriter David Chicken! Enjoy an interactive performance filled with singing, laughing, and dancing! Room 205
2PM

Burkburnett Library – Local Heroes
Summer Reading Program Week 5
2PM

July 9

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Crafts
Original, creative art projects for ages 2-9 (with adult guardians) in Room 204 upstairs.
2PM-3PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Tales For Tails
Children ages 5-12 may read to a trained & certified therapy dog & dog owner in the Activity Room. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2PM-3PM

July 10

Wichita Falls Public Library – Tween & Teen Sharpie Art
Design and personalize your very own mug during this instructive workshop – supplies are included! Registration Required by July 6th – Call the Youth Desk at 767-0868 x4243. Activity Room.
10AM

First United Methodist Church of Wichita Falls – Summer Youth Musical: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown
The musical centers on a day in the life of Charlie Brown. You will find Lucy’s struggle to win Schroeder’s heart, Linus and his blanket, Charlie’s lovable, accident-prone ways, Snoopy’s constant quest to defeat the Red Baron, and many other classic favorite themes set to music. Full of fun, laughter, and all the quirky personalities of the Peanuts gang, this lighthearted musical is sure to please audiences of all ages!
7PM

The Wichita Theatre – Mary Poppins
Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure.
7:30PM

July 11

Downtown Farmer’s Market – Peach Day
It’s all about peaches at Peach Day!  Sample tasty peach treats and take home other delicious local produce from the Downtown Farmer’s Market!
7:30AM

Lowe’s Build & Grow – Black Widow’s Sky Cycle
Register your child and they can build Black Widow’s Sky Cycle inspired by “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble!”
10AM

First United Methodist Church of Wichita Falls – Summer Youth Musical: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown
The musical centers on a day in the life of Charlie Brown. You will find Lucy’s struggle to win Schroeder’s heart, Linus and his blanket, Charlie’s lovable, accident-prone ways, Snoopy’s constant quest to defeat the Red Baron, and many other classic favorite themes set to music. Full of fun, laughter, and all the quirky personalities of the Peanuts gang, this lighthearted musical is sure to please audiences of all ages!
7PM

The Wichita Theatre – Mary Poppins
Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure.
2PM and 7:30PM

July 12

First United Methodist Church of Wichita Falls – Summer Youth Musical: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown
The musical centers on a day in the life of Charlie Brown. You will find Lucy’s struggle to win Schroeder’s heart, Linus and his blanket, Charlie’s lovable, accident-prone ways, Snoopy’s constant quest to defeat the Red Baron, and many other classic favorite themes set to music. Full of fun, laughter, and all the quirky personalities of the Peanuts gang, this lighthearted musical is sure to please audiences of all ages!
2PM

July 13

Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU – Art Camp III
The Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU will host Art Camp III from 9-11:30 a.m. July 13-17th for children ages 6-9 and from 1-3:30 p.m. for junior high artists ages 11-14. Cost is $75.

Backdoor Theatre – Kids Camp
Charlotte Dameron and Karlene Boucher will instruct and direct the sessions. Students will learn about all aspects of theatre including acting, stage presence, singing, set design, props, costumes, and much more.
July 13 – Aug 7, 9AM-12PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Gaming
Play board games & Wii in the Activity Room – All Ages; children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2-3PM

River Bend Nature Center – CSI: Critter Science Investigators
Put on your detective hat, and prepare to solve some critter mysteries. Campers will hunt for tracks and discover who made them, investigate who lives in the pond, dissect unknown objects and more.
July 13 – 17, 8:30AM -12PM

July 14

Wichita Falls Public Library – Celebrity Story Time
Wichita Falls celebrities read to preschool children & adults – Room 205 upstairs.
10:30AM-11AM

July 15

Wichita Falls Public Library – Zooniversity “Animal Super Heroes” 
Voted “Best of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex” for the past 6 years, Zooniversity’s wildlife education program showcases rescues, injured wildlife, and abandoned former pets. Attendance will be limitedto 300 people at 2pm show. Room 205.
2 shows – 2PM or 3PM

Burkburnett Library – Craft Day
Summer Reading Program Week 6
2PM

July 16

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Crafts
Original, creative art projects for ages 2-9 (with adult guardians) in Room 204 upstairs.
2PM-3PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Tales For Tails
Children ages 5-12 may read to a trained & certified therapy dog & dog owner in the Activity Room. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2PM-3PM

The Wichita Theatre – Mary Poppins
Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure.
7:30PM

July 17

Wichita Falls Public Library – Superhero Training Camp
Children ages 4-11 will create their own superhero persona (with costume!). They will “train” with various superhero related activities. Only for children who did not attend this event on June 26th. Registration Required by July 13th – Call the Youth Desk at 767-0868 x4243. Room 205.
2PM

The Wichita Theatre – Mary Poppins
Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure.
7:30PM

Upcoming Events – June 12 to June 25

Please always double check events have not been cancelled or changed before leaving.

June 12

Wichita County Mounted Patrol Rodeo
Wichita County Mounted Patrol Arena
7:30PM

June 13

Lowes Build and Grow – Iron Man’s Avenjet
The Avengers are coming to Lowe’s! Bring in your child to build Iron Man’s Avenjet as part of their “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” Summer series.
10AM

Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU – Tie Dye Workshop
Cost is $10 with attendee furnishing tie-dye clothing. For more information, call (940) 397-8900, or register online at www.wfmamsu.org.
10AM-12PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Tween & Teen Book Talk
If you are reading Young Adult books, discover new YA titles, meet other YA readers. discuss current favorites, & enter a drawing for a bag of books & gift card! Activity Room.
11AM-12PM

78th Oil Bowl Classic
Memorial Stadium
7PM

Wichita Falls Nighthawks vs. Colorado Ice
Kay Yeager Coliseum
7-10PM

Wichita County Mounted Patrol Rodeo
Wichita County Mounted Patrol Arena
7:30PM

Tom Burnett Memorial Library – Outdoor Movie “Zoom”
Weather permitting, Outdoor movie on the east lawn of the library. Free drinks and popcorn provided. Bring a lawn chair of blanket to sit on.
9:15-11PM

June 15

Kemp Center – Awesome Glass Camp 1
Create unique glass art in this camp! The camp will offer participants the opportunity to work hands-on with a variety of glass materials and to learn how to design and fabricate glass mosaics, fuse glass in a kiln, make glass jewelry, and make a 3-D glass object. Ages 11+
June 15-18
9:30-12PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Gaming
Play board games & Wii in the Activity Room – All Ages; children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2-3PM

Burkburnett Library – Craft Day: Summer Reading Program Week 6
This will be their final program. They will be giving prizes several prizes away and will have the drawing for the Mystery Prize!
2-3PM

June 16

Wichita Falls Public Library – Celebrity Story Time
Wichita Falls celebrities read to preschool children & adults – Room 205 upstairs.
10:30AM-11AM

June 17

Burkburnett Library – Wildlife On the Move
“Cool Cold-blooded Critters” – These might include a lizard (like a bluetongue skink or a savannah monitor), nonvenomous snake (kingsnake, bullsnake, or rosy boa), turtle (like an African spurred tortoise), caiman, and large python (over 10′).
10AM

Tom Burnett Memorial Library – Indoor Movie
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
1-2:30PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Wildlife On the Move
Wildlife on the Move “Cool and Cold Blooded” Critters Two Shows, 2pm OR 3pm KC Rudy will be back to highlight critters from around the world in this fun & educational wildlife program for all ages! “Bringing Science to Life!” Attendance will be limited to 300 people at 2pm show. Room 205.
2PM-4PM

June 18

World’s Largest Swim Lesson
Castaway Cove Waterpark
10AM-12PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Crafts
Original, creative art projects for ages 2-9 (with adult guardians) in Room 204 upstairs.
2PM-3PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Tales For Tails
Children ages 5-12 may read to a trained & certified therapy dog & dog owner in the Activity Room. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2PM-3PM

Seusical The Musical
Backdoor Theatre – Through June 27
7:30PM

June 19

River Bend Nature Center – Bug Fest
Lots of LIVE insects, bug hunt contest, bug games, face painting, buggy crafts, concessions and lots more!  $5 per person 0 $4 for Members. Ages 1 & under – FREE.
6-9PM

150th Anniversary Juneteenth Celebration
Downtown Farmers Market
7-9PM

June 20

Toys R Us – Lego Jurassic World Event
Keep the dinosaurs INSIDE the park when you come in store to Make & Take a FREE Mini LEGO® Jurassic World Gate!
12-2PM

June 22

Kemp Center – Camp Creativity 2
This year’s camp will allow ages 6-12 to explore the world of ORANGE through visual arts, music and drama.  Camp Creativity is a week-long camp that is held twice in the month of June.  The week will culminate with a final performance for parents and friends on Friday!
June 22-26
9:20-12:30PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Gaming
Play board games & Wii in the Activity Room – All Ages; children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2-3PM

June 23

Wichita Falls Public Library – Celebrity Story Time
Wichita Falls celebrities read to preschool children & adults – Room 205 upstairs.
10:30AM-11AM

June 24

Tom Burnett Memorial Library – Indoor Movie
Penguins of Madagascar
1-2:30PM

Burkburnett Library – Wichita Falls Nighthawks Summer Reading Program
2PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Dinosaur George
Dinosaur George Discovery Show Two Shows, 2pm OR 3pm Paleontologist and Animal  Behaviorist Dinosaur George will exhibit a large variety of dinosaur bones, skulls, teeth, claws & more! See specimens of prehistoric animals indigenous to our area. Learn about environmental change, prehistoric ecosystems, & animal behavior. Attendance will be limitedto 300 people at 2pm show. Room 205
2PM-4PM

June 25

Wichita Falls Public Library – Tween & Teen Painting Workshop
Paint a masterpiece with instruction from Rachel Liles, of Kids Art Studio. A non-refundable $5 supply fee must be paid when signing up in person only at the Youth Desk by June 24th. Limited slots for ages 10-17. Room 204. Class will last approximately 90 minutes. Room 204.
10-11:30AM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Youth Crafts
Original, creative art projects for ages 2-9 (with adult guardians) in Room 204 upstairs.
2PM-3PM

Wichita Falls Public Library – Tales For Tails
Children ages 5-12 may read to a trained & certified therapy dog & dog owner in the Activity Room. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
2PM-3PM

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus
Kay Yeager Coliseum
7PM

Upcoming Events May 19 – May 28

Please always double check events have not been cancelled or changed before leaving.

May 19
Wichita Falls Public Library Preschool Time
Preschool Storytime is designed for children ages 3 years to 5 years. This storytime focuses on picture books, rhymes, and movement activities.
10:30-11AM

Summer Outdoor Concert Series
Festival Park on the MPEC Grounds
7:30-9PM

Wichita Falls Public Library Indoor Backyard Games
Join us for hopscotch, Simon Says, washers, parachute, and duck-duck-goose! This event is open to ages 3-12
3-5PM, Room 205

May 20
Wichita Falls Public Library Toddler Time
Toddler Time is designed for toddlers ages 14 months to 35 months. During this program, we read short books, learn fingerplays, and action rhymes.
10:30-11AM

May 21
The Sounds of Speedway
The Kemp at the Forum
7-9PM

Burkburnett Library Family Game Night
A variety of family friendly board and card games!
6:-7:30PM

May 23
River Bend Nature Center Nature Tots Story Time
Build It! Find out what an engineer does, build your own toy, and read stories about building things!
11AM-12PM

River Bend Nature Center Science Saturday
Engineering Everywhere! What does an engineer do? What is the design process? Build your own car, solve a design challenge, and invent something of your own!
1-2:30PM

Wichita Falls Nighthawks vs. Green Bay Blizzard
Kay Yeager Coliseum
7PM

May 24
Texas – Oklahoma Barrel Racing Association Event
JS Bridwell Ag Center
2-5PM

May 26
Wichita Falls Public Library Preschool Time
Preschool Storytime is designed for children ages 3 years to 5 years. This storytime focuses on picture books, rhymes, and movement activities.
10:30-11AM

Wichita Falls Public Library Youth Crafts
Stop in the Activity Room anytime between 4:00 and 5:00 to make a craft! Children ages 2-9 are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult.
4-5PM

May 27
Wichita Falls Public Library Toddler Time
Toddler Time is designed for toddlers ages 14 months to 35 months. During this program, we read short books, learn fingerplays, and action rhymes.
10:30-11AM