Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Storytime at Jim's Pizza Chalet

Our library has a great kids program. Every month there is a Family Fun night for the entire family/kids 3 and up. October is Pizza month so every October, Bev, the head children's librarian has some kind of "pizza" night. This October the library took a field trip to a newly opened Pizza place in our little town. Each kid got to go into the back and make their own pizza, watch it be placed in the oven and then of course eat it when it was done. While they waited for their turn, Bev read stories that of course invovled PIZZA! Even though it was rainy and cold last night, there was still at least 20 or so kids there to make pizzas! Here are just a few shots of my kids making pizza at Jim's Pizza Chalet!

Jorden and Benjamin waiting patiently for their sisters to get 'cleaned' before starting the pizzas.

Making their own cheese Pizzas.

Carmen watching her pizza being next in line to bake.

Everyone enjoying their pizzas.

Jorden enjoying her pizza. And yes, she ate it all!!

12 comments:

fishlips said...

I remember when my Daughter go to do this too... What Fun...The kids look so cute in the chef hats!!! yum yum...

scrappinmominky said...

This looks like a fun time and the pizzas look good. My kids would love something like that .

CathyRose said...

That looks like a lot of fun!
Your kids are darlings!

Louise, that's me!! said...

Great pics Amber!!!

jennifer said...

Oooh, what a fun idea! It sure looks like the kids enjoyed it:)

gale said...

Oh how fun! My kids all love pizza so they would LOVE to do that!

Heather said...

It looks like they had fun! They look so cute in those hats!

thescrapmaster said...

That looks like a ton of fun! My fiance and I do homemade pizza night every once in a while using dough made in the bread machine :)

~Samantha

Starla said...

Looks like fun was had by all (and getting dinner too!! What a bonus!)

Sankari W. said...

love these shots!!! what a great program your library has! precious moments!

Naomi said...

Looks like fun! Our library is good, but not that good! My girls love events like this, and I love holding onto those precious memories!

Jen said...

What a wonderful program! The kids will remember this forever:) It is awesome when kids get to encounter real-life experiences.

Your kids are so cute:)