Saturday Event Series Spring 2018 Free Fun for Kids at The Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum, 401 Evansdale Drive, Morgantown.
March 17 (1-4PM) Rug Making – Celebrate National Quilting Day, explore coal camp life and create your own up-cycled rug.
April 14 (10-2PM) Touch a Truck: Mighty Machines and More. Enjoy a community event where children can explore heavy machinery, meet the people that operate the machines and learn about what the machines can do.
For more information about the museum and their events, please visit their website: https://wattsmuseum.wvu.edu/
March 17 (11Am-1PM) Mountaineer Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry Food Giveaway at the Old Mall Location, 5000 Green Bag Rd, Morgantown. Participants will need to provide the following info: name, address, phone number & household size. Bring a box or laundry basket to carry food, while supplies last. For more information contact Tambra (304)364-5518
March 20 – TBI Awareness Day Events. Learn more about traumatic brain injury and participate in a free screening. Join West Virginia University Center for Excellence in Disabilities at various locations including RCB Health Sciences Center,1 Medical Center Drive, Morgantown (10AM-1PM) and Monongalia County Health Department, 453 Van Voorhis Road, Morgantown (10AM – 2PM). For more information contact Sara Miller 304-586-1520.
March 20 and 21(8:30AM-3:00 PM) Kindergarten Registration and Screening Information for 2018-2019 for children not currently enrolled in Monongalia County Pre-K. See flyer for additional details. If you do not have internet access to make your appointment or if you have additional questions, please call 304-291-9330 ext. 1768.
March 22 (10AM-6PM), March 23 (10AM-6PM), March 24 (8AM -1PM) Christian Help Kids Consignment Sale. WV National Guard Morgantown Readiness Center, 90 Army Band Way. Spring and Summer Clothing, Shoes, Strollers, Bouncers, Furniture, etc. Cash Only Please.Facebook: Children’s Consignment Sale of Morgantown.
March 24 (10AM-noon) 2018 Literacy Egg Hunt at Arnettsville Community Center, Rte. 19S about 8 miles past the Mall. Please call 304-680-0568 or email email@example.com with your child’s name, age, birthdate and parents’ contact information. See flyer for more details.
March 26 (9AM-3PM) CANCELLED Human Trafficking Training – For more information
March 30 (8AM-4PM) Veteran’s Mental Health First Aid – Valley Healthcare, 301 Scott Ave, Morgantown. Free, open to the public, evidence based. CEU credit hours available for nursing, law enforcement, and social work. To register go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/veterans-mental-health-first-aid-tickets-42355737150?aff=efbeventtix.
March 31 (1PM) Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Mason-Dixon Historical Park. This is a free event for kids. Registration begins at 1PM with fun games and prizes until the egg hunt starts at 3PM. Age groups will be 0-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12 and 13+. For more information about this event and other great events at the Mason-Dixon Historical Park go to: http://www.masondixonhistoricalpark.com/events.html
April 6 (6-8PM) International Family Fun Night sponsored by The Shack Neighborhood House and Monongalia County Starting Points held at 537 Blue Horizon Dr., Pursglove. Celebrate our community’s diversity through delicious food, displays, art, music and performances.
April 6 (4-8PM) and April 7 (10AM-2PM) Christian Help Prom Chic Boutique, 219 Walnut St., Morgantown. Free prom dresses, suits, accessories, shoes and more. Donations welcome. For more info or to donate call 304-296-0221.
April 17-19 (9AM-3PM) Kiddie Days at the WVU Animal Sciences Farm. Guided tours of the farm each day. Admission is $2 per person. Groups of 10 or more must pre-register by calling 304-293-1978
April 28 (9AM-4PM) Early Childhood Annual Spring Training 2018. Mountainlair Ballroom. ECAST a free training intended to assist those who work with children birth through age eight. Anastasia Riley MBA CBIS will providing a workshop for the morning session, “Looking, Listening and Learning: Positive Behavior Support Strategies to Help Kiddos with Challenging Behavior. Dr. Linda Carson will provide the workshop in the afternoon, “Supporting Healthy Habits and Active Learning with Movement and Music.