If you’re attending Word On The Street on Sun., Sept. 24th at Harbourfront (Toronto) visit The Fringe Beat Section, booth #KB10 and enter a draw for a chance to win a JK/SK interactive author visit with Josephine Vaccaro-Chang and her colourful friends. Also, take a picture with Ruby (six foot red flamingo) inspired by the book titled, We Are Colourful Friends.
We’re participating in our annual family & friends Amazing Race today in Toronto. Good luck to everyone!
Here’s a picture a Kindergarten student drew of us. I’m the taller one. 🙂
Tamara Hecht, the President of The Vaughan Writers’ Club & Moe Vyas, Membership Chairperson were recently on Daytime TV with Jacqueline Betterton. Here is a link to their interview.
We have several upcoming events and you are welcome to join us:
- Sat., May 13th, 2017 from 9am – 2pm. The Book Shelf at 200 Duncan Dr. at the Newmarket Community Centre
- Tues., May 16th, 2017 from 7pm – 8:30pm. Website party launch at Bathurst Clark Resource Library in Vaughan. Located on the south side of the Promenade Mall.
Hope to see you there.
Author and Illustrator Josephine Vaccaro-Chang shared her wonderful story, “We Are Colourful Friends”, with our Kindergarten class. The students truly enjoyed the presentation as they had the opportunity to re-enact the story through the use of colourful puppets prepared by Josephine herself. This enriching experience motivated the students in our class to create their very own storybooks and puppets. Thank you, Josephine, for inspiring our students!! We look forward to future workshops with you!!
Testimonial by Daniela Bevacqua (FDK Teacher at Blessed Trinity Catholic Elementary School) and Francesca Di Prima (Registered Early Childhood Educator at Blessed Trinity Catholic Elementary School)
Gigi the Giraffe had a FANTASTIC time at the 2017 Grammy’s. Thank you James Corden & J Lo for welcoming Gigi to her first awards show.
Thank you for inviting Gigi the Giraffe to participate in Richmond Hill’s 2017 Cultural Summit on Thurs., Mar. 30th, 2017 at The Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts. Gigi was created with funds received through the generosity of Richmond Hill’s 2016 Community & Cultural grant. She is based on a the pink giraffe in the popular children’s book titled, We Are Colourful Friends.