Too wet to go out. Too cold to play ball? Then come for breakfast, there’ll where be fun for all!
Join in the fun Saturday morning, Mar. 5, as Granby celebrates the 112th birthday of Theodor Seuss Geissel, better known as Dr. Seuss.
A breakfast of green eggs (no artificial coloring) and ham, served with toast, juice and coffee will be offered to the very young and the young-at-heart. This fun-filled family event at the Pond House at Salmon Brook Park will have two seatings at 8 and 9 a.m. The room will be decorated with a Dr. Seuss theme and filled with lots of his beloved books to read and share with all. And bring your camera—its rumored that the Cat in the Hat may be loose in Granby that day!
What better way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday and his love of children and learning. Participate in the National Education Association, Read Across America Day.
Cost is $4 for ages 7 and under, and $6 for ages 8 and older.
You should not, will not want to miss
This event is sponsored by the Granby Parks and Recreation Department, the Granby Library, and the Granby Early Childhood Council. All ages are encouraged to attend.
Advanced reservations are appreciated and can be made 24/7 at www.Granbyrec.com .
Walk-ins may be limited by availability.