Kids Korner

Fall of Fun lineup of FREE activities are listed below.

To get more details on any one of the activities or to sign up just click on the green Register button to the right. You will need to set up an account to register. Registration is easy though with just the basic info like name,  address, telephone number, email, kids names, and ages/grades (to determine program eligibility). The good news is you will only need to enter it once and then you will be able to quickly select the programs and people you want to sign up. Pre-registration is required for all activities listed below. 

Crafts (3rd-6th grades)

Sign up for all... or pick the ones that interest you the most!  All projects will focus on a natural element and will be geared to 3rd-6th graders.  Classes will be held at the Woodland Shelter at Ridgeview Park (on inclement days, we will meet at the Rosenwald Community Center) from 3:30-5:00 pm, and are FREE. 

CDC guidelines will be in place.  Masks will be required, hand washing will be available, and tables will be set up for social distancing (plus, we can enjoy some nice, fresh air).

Fall Leaf Luminary November 2

(Will be held at Rosenwald )

Snowy Owl, November 9

fall luminary
snowy owl craft
clay turkey

Clay Turkeys, November 16

finger weaving

Finger-weaving, November 23

modge podge

Modge-Podge Ornament, December 7


Snowflake Ornaments, December 14

Storybook Crafts (k-2nd grade)

Join Parks and Recreation and the Waynesboro Public Library for a trip to your imagination. We'll listen to a special story and then create a craft that relates to it.  This activity is geared to children, k-2nd grade, and parents (or designated adult) need to stay with their child. There is no charge, but online pre-registration is required.

Sign up for all, or just the session that you are most interested in.  All activities will be held at the shelter at North Park, so if you want some extra fun... check out the awesome playground there too. Once the weather changes, we will start meeting at the Rosenwald Community Center.

Because keeping our community is healthy is important, the following COVID-19 precautions will be implemented:  Everyone is required to wear a mask, participants (and parents) will be spread out the individual tables to help with social distancing, and handwashing will be available as needed. In addition, we will get to enjoy some nice fresh air! 

November 4        Autumn Leaves 

November 18      Gobblers

December 2        Snowman Ornament and Lantern

December 9        Nutcracker Ornament

December 16      Wooden Gift Boxes

December 23       Winter Wonderland (edible)