It’s time to celebrate America’s favorite nonsensical, colorful, silly, tongue-twisting children’s book author! On March 2, 2014, Dr. Seuss would be 110. Happy birthday, old man. Terre Haute is ready to celebrate you!
March 1–Party at Barnes and Noble Bookstore
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss Party!
Where: Barnes & Noble ISU
When: Saturday, March 1st
All ages welcome
Join us for Seuss stories, snacks, crafts, and most importantly BIRTHDAY CAKE!
March 1–Dr. Seuss Reading at Books A Million
I haven’t been able to find the info online, but I called the store and they have a few fun Seuss activities and readings planned for March 1st at 2 PM.
March 2–Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Party at the Terre Haute Children’s Museum
March is the month, the 2nd is the date,
At 1PM, come to celebrate.
You could not, would not, want to miss,
A celebration as fun as this!
Come to the Terre Haute Children’s Museum on Sunday, March 2nd from 1PM-3PM for a birthday celebration for Dr. Seuss. Join us for crafts, games, stories and a “Suessical” performance by the Children’s Theatre! Performances will be at 1PM and 2PM. The Dr. Seuss Celebration is free with museum admission.
Admission is $7 for children and adults. Under the age of 2 is free. The museum is open from 12PM-5PM on Sunday. Questions? Contact Abby at email@example.com or call us at (812)235-5548.
March 3- Fun with Dr. Seuss at the Vigo County Public Library
Families of boys and girls in grades K-5 are invited to participate in special activities based on Dr. Seuss books in honor of his birthday. Please register your family (Click here to register online) or call Youth Services at 232-1115. Come try some green eggs and ham and get your picture taken with the Cat in the Hat!
February 28, March 1, and March 3–Make a Seuss craft at the BRAZIL library
Make and take a craft during an upcoming event for Dr. Seuss’s birthday at the Brazil Public Library.
All youth can drop by the library on Feb. 28 and Mar. 1 and 3 during open hours to make a free Dr. Seuss craft.
For more information, call 448-1981.
Bottom line: whether you prefer Cat in the Hat, Mr. Brown Can Moo!, or Fox in Socks (in which case you must be a glutton for punishment!), there’s plenty going on this week to help you celebrate Seuss.
If you’re looking for ways to celebrate at home, check out this post of 55 Seuss Activities for Kids from No Time For Flashcards. And if you’d like a printable Suess quote for your playroom or class, here’s a free one just for you! Click on the link for printing instructions.