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February 9 – PATH: Home Made Fun!


Instructors: Kelly Dailey & Sidney Burnett Ages: Birth – 3 years Join us as we collect items from around the house to create fun, engaging and educational activities for your little ones. During this training we will explain ideas on how to create toys for infants and toddlers. We will be providing a variety of… (More)


March 9 – PATH: Get Ready to Learn


Instructors: Kari & Emily Ages: 2 1/2 – 5 years Movement and physical activity has a direct connection to learning. This PATH session will focus on activities related to increasing a child’s attention and interest in learning. You will learn quick, easy movements that can be done in a limited space with no equipment to… (More)


April 13 – PATH: Vision Development


Instructors: Dr. Palua Kutzer Ages: Birth – 5 years A child’s vision goes through many changes during the first 5 years of life. Vision is a learned skill, just like walking and talking, and skills such as eye focusing and eye movements are developed over time. This course will review visual development between birth and… (More)


May 1 – AALC 2021 RSVP Now!


Thanks to a generous donor, this 1993 Chevrolet Corvette 40th anniversary could be yours. On Saturday, May 1, 2021, the winner of this stunning car will be announced at our annual Kids’ Art a la Carte event in Casper, Wyoming. The Corvette, dubbed America’s sports car, is the longest continually produced passenger car and is… (More)


May 11 – PATH: Sign with Me: Basic Sign Language


Instructors: Melissa Dodds Ages: Birth – 5 years Parents can give their children a way to communicate their wants and needs by using basic American Sign Language (ASL) with them. Using signs gives children a way to let you know what they’re interested in before they can talk and facilitates earlier communication opportunities. During this… (More)