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Sunday, Dec 4, 2011


WILD things are happening at the hyde!  And It's FREE

Sunday, December 4, 2011
1pm - 4pm

A variety of free afternoon activities for all ages.

1pm-2pm:  Have You Ever Wanted to Write a Children's Book? If so, let your imagination run WILD! Join SUNY Adirondack Professors of English NancyWhite and Peter Marino as they present Life Lessons and Other Nonsense: A Discussion of the History and Craft of Children's Literature for Writers and Readers of All Ages.  Ms. White is Chair of SUNY Adirondack's English Division and a specialist in children's literature. Mr. Maurino is author of two young adult novels, Dough Boy and Magic and Misery. Helen Froehlich Auditorium.

1pm-2pm:  Where the Wild Things Are book-reading and art activity. Art Studio.

2:15pm:     Movie in Helen Froehlich Auditorium.

This program is made possible by a grant from image. We'd also like to thank Regional Radio Group and The Chronicle for being our media sponsors.

For more information, contact curator of education June Leary at 518-792-1761 x 27 or


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