Jane Hersey, Director of The Feingold Association and author of "Why Can't My Child Behave?", will take you on an entertaining safari through the supermarket jungle, showing how to find food your family will enjoy, but without additives such as dyes. Copies of her books will be available for purchase.
United Way Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Clinics
For all sites, the maximum 2013 income limit for a family is $52,000 (regardless of family size). To get more information on eligibility and EITC clinics, taxpayers can visit Rappahannock United Way online or call at (540) 373 0041 x 0. No appointments needed. Taxpayers must bring social security cards, photo IDs, last year's return, and all other necessary forms and receipts (W2s, 1099s, etc.), childcare provider's ID number, amount of any other income or economic stimulus payments if received, bank documents showing routing and account numbers if requesting direct deposit. In the case of inclement weather, sites may be closed.
Grow a reader with your library! Specially trained staff present stories, songs, and activities that lay the foundation your child needs to get ready to read. All ages with a caregiver. Pajamas welcome!
Calling all knitting fanatics and crochet addicts. Bring your current projects, share tips, tricks, and ideas. Novice stitchers welcome. Grade 7 through adult. Meets the first Thursday of every month, 6:30-8:30, and the third Thursday of every month, 3:30-5:30.