The multi-age class of Main Street Preschool was thrilled to meet with one of the church members soon after school began in September. She showed them how she transforms gourds into works of art. The preschool’s Play Garden produces gourds each year which the children pick and display in the classrooms. Visit www.mainstreetpreschool.com for more information about other classes and activities.
An admission ticket gets you a bidding paddle. “Bid” on items you never dreamed of for a quarter or few. Bring your friends and your quarters!
Vendors include Pampered Chef, Longaberger Baskets, Scentsy, Tastefully Simple, Thirty-One Gifts, Treat of the Town, Tupperware, Massage Therapy, Mary Kay, Premier Jewelry & Thirty-One Gifts.
Mark your calendar now. Plan to come toTippCityUnitedMethodistChurch at the corner ofMain & 3d Streets. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. Auction happens from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Questions? Call 669-4707.
Admission tickets available now for only $2 at the preschool office or at the door on Sunday.
The annual Main Street Preschool Christmas Program will be held this Sunday, December 18th at 3PM.
Main Street Preschool is located at the Tipp City United Methodist Church at the corner of 3rd. St. and Main St. in Tipp City’s historic downtown business district.
Administrators and teachers welcome the public to enjoy the sounds and the sights of Christmas and also welcome you to hear about plans for January registration.
On Star Day, the children choose a special person to come to school with them.
Parents, grand parents or other special people get to share in craft activities, snack time as well as the always popular free time in the Great Hall. The children (also known as Stars) finished off the day with a song to their special person.[pdf http://mainstreetprod.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/star-day.pdf 620 425]
Photos from the 2010 Main Street Preschool Christmas Program.[nggallery id=Christmas2010]
One small group discussed what to do with all the tomatoes they had picked. One child suggested making pizza sauce. So after washing the tomatoes, we found a crock pot in the kitchen and cooked our tomatoes.
The children had a chance to put the tomatoes through a hand-cranked food mill to make sauce. We added spices and simmered it. We used our sauce to make pizzas for snack time, thanks to parents who donated bagels and mozzarella cheese to put on top to complete our cheese pizzas.