On Friday, June 26, Corning Children’s Center celebrated International Mud Day – a day where children, parents, and early childhood professionals celebrate nature, outdoors, and messy fun by getting, well, muddy! “Children learn through play and what a better way to do it than by getting down and dirty?” said Lisa Barrett, infant-age specialist at the Center.
Many thanks to the enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers who joined us during United Way’s Day of Caring to help install a beautiful Hobbit Hole for children to explore! Your efforts help make the Center a special place for all our young dreamers.
Corning Children’s Center needs 100 new books for our Children’s Library. For each $15 donation, your name or the name of the person you make the contribution in honor of will appear on a bookplate in a book. Please donate and share our https://rally.org/BooksForCenter page. Thank you!