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Children and their caregivers are invited to join us for three fun concerts that promote an important early learning skill-singing! August 17; MaryLee Sunseri, August 24th; The Dilly Daillies, August 31st; Sean's Music Factory. Concerts will be held in the Cupertino Community Hall next door to the Cupertino Library. Sponsored by the Friends of the Cupertino Library.
Join us for Sensory Story Time! Every 4th Wednesday of the Month at 10:30 am. Space is limited and registration is required. Please register with the first and last name of the child who would be attending.
What is sensory story time?
Sensory Story Time is an interactive, educational program that is
especially designed for children with sensory integration challenges, but can be enjoyed by all children.
Sensory Story Time combines books, songs, movement, and therapeutic activities to stimulate all five senses and promote learning.
If your child has difficulty sitting through one of the library’s other story times, this inclusive program of stories, songs and activities may be just what you are looking for!
Who can attend?
Any child ages 1 to 7 years old can attend with a parent/caregiver,
however space is limited and registration is required.
Many great students write average (even bad!) college essays —essays about “life lesson learned from football” or “how my trip to Europe broadened my cultural horizons.” Better tales are there for the writing. This workshop will show you what admissions officers really look for in great college essays, and offers suggestions for finding and sharing your best stories. We’ll even share the five most over-used topics you must avoid and give you tips on how to finish your essay long before application deadlines.
Marisela Gomez worked at Santa Clara University for 12 years in the Admission Office and has read thousands of applications from freshman, international and transfer applicants. Now a college counselor, she also knows that every student needs to create a smart and balanced college list to help find the right colleges for them.
This is open to high school (all grades) and community college students.