Cory Watson Attorneys is proud to support Read and Romp-Birmingham 2016 through our Cory Watson Cares community outreach initiative. This year, Read and Romp is coordinated by Alabama Public Television, Reach Out and Read-Alabama and United Way of Central Alabama Success By 6.
This exciting, FREE family literacy event targets preschoolers ages 3-5, but kids of all ages are welcome. At Read and Romp-Birmingham, children will be engaged in fun, reading-based activities themed around popular children’s books. Favorite characters will be on hand to entertain and children will leave the event with a backpack full of goodies that they have either created or earned by visiting activity stations around the park.
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The first 300 children completing the activities at each station will receive a backpack of free brand-new books. Cory Watson Attorneys will be on the scene with our popular Helmets for Kids program. All children at the event will be fitted with a free, brand new bicycle helmet. Cory Watson will also provide children with coloring books that include bicycle safety tips and games.
Special appearances by: The Tooth Fairy, Arthur, the Chick-fil-A Cow and Blaze the UAB Mascot.
When: Saturday, September 17, 2016
9:00am – 12:00pm
Where: Learning Tree Park (located next to Five Points West Library)
4812 Avenue W, Birmingham, AL 35208
Coordinators: Alabama Public Television, Reach Out and Read-Alabama and United Way of Central Alabama Success By 6
Additional Sponsors Include:
Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education
Alpha Phi Alpha
Birmingham Public Library
Birmingham Public Library/5 Points West
City of Birmingham Mayor’s Office, Division of Youth Services
Cory Watson Attorneys
Five Points Community Advisory Board
Junior League of Birmingham-Yummy Truck
The Literacy Council
United Way of Central Alabama Healthy Communities
YMCA of Greater Birmingham
The event will take place rain or shine. In the case of inclement weather, Read and Romp will be moved inside Five Points West Library.
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