Join us for the first Kidoinfo Spooky Storytime & Haunted Art in the Park on October 27th at 10:30am!
Join us in Burnside Park on Saturday morning, October 27th, for a special fall Kidoinfo Spooky (but Not So Scary) Storytime & Haunted Art in the Park with Alison Paul! Come in costume and get a special treat!
Hear guest authors & illustrators read their books and other spooky favorites: Author/illustrator Alison Paul’s The Crow: A Not So Scary Story, an ode to Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven for kids is a not so scary story about a girl who sees a crow outside her window—and what happens when you let your imagination run away with you! Cambria Evans, author/illustrator of Bone Soup, about Finnigin the monster – an itinerant Eater, carrying his eating stool, spoon and, of course, “gigantic eating mouth” with him wherever he goes! Jen Corace, illustrator of Gibbous Mooney Wants to Bite You!, a story about an incorrigible young vampire who cannot wait to try out his new grown-up fangs. Other featured spooky books include Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters: a lullaby by local favorite, illustrator Kelly Murphy.
Haunted Art in the Park
Following Storytime, at Haunted Art in the Park kids can work on creating an interactive haunted house in Burnside Park with artist Alison Paul! Also learn about our life-size human anatomy skeleton, Mr. Bones (and his guts!) as science educator Nora Barre explains the function of bones and explores human anatomy! Do a fun skeleton craft to hang in the trees and spookify the park!
More fun: Explore our Spooky playground, get FREE Halloween facepainting by artist RattScalion, dance to our special Halloweenie sound-track and enjoy delicious fall treats from food trucks!
Please join us for this first-ever Spooky (but Not So Scary) Kidoinfo Storytime event!
Kidoinfo Spooky Storytime & Haunted Art in the Park
Saturday, October 27th from 10:30 am-12:30 pm
WHERE: Burnside Park, Downtown Providence
AGES: All ages!
Sponsored by Kidoinfo & Greater Kennedy Plaza