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Our imaginary buckets represents how we feel about ourselves. 

“Bucket fillers" are children and adults who offer compliments, kindness, appreciation, and love to others by “filling buckets.” 

Wanna Be A Bucket Filler:  Spread good feelings to others; Treat people with kindness and generosity;

Help people in need; Be sensitive to people's feelings; Never be mean or hurtful. 

Think about how your actions will affect others

And remember to try and fill someones bucket everyday!


A new Interactive Family Concert written by Al deCant and Jill Kubeck

Visit the Performance Menu  Page for more information.

Thank you CT Parent Magizine for the lovely article.

Hats Off To Libraries

Take Your Child to the Library Day is on Saturday, February 1 and the Brookfield Library has fun waiting for everyone throughout the day

They’re glazed, sugar coated and stuffed with jelly, and you can share these round treats with someone special when you come to the Donuts with Dads Storytime at 9:30 a.m. Dads, stepdad, uncles, grandpas and any other significant male figures are invited to bring their children, ages 3 and up, to this drop-in program in the Community Room to enjoy donuts and stories with Miss Debbie and Miss Meg.

But, that’s not all. Come back 
to the library at 2 p.m. for the Hold Onto Your Hats Musical Program, for ages 3-10. Al deCant and Jill Kubeck will present their new, interactive, musical show, HATS! Go on a journey and learn about the countless hats people wear, and how these hats make you who you are, while helping to make a difference in the lives of others. This is a fun and inspirational program for all little superstars, sparking their imagination about the hat they may want to wear when they grow up. Registration for this program is appreciated. 

Admission to these activities is free. The Brookfield Library is located at 182 Whisconier Road. 

For more information, call 203-775-6241 or visit

Al deCant "The Singing Principal"

Click the link below for Kid Independent Review