TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - "Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is youer than you.”
It was that message many gathered to celebrate Friday at the Terre Haute Children's Museum.
Dr. Seuss Day is Saturday, March 2nd but it was the theme of this month's First Friday festivities in downtown Terre Haute.
Kids got to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday with stories read by the Cat in the Hat. There were also games and, of course, cake!
7-year-old Dylan Peterson was at the party with his family. He says it was awesome!
The fun and learning continues Sunday in communities across the nation for Dr. Seuss Day.
- Kids show off hats, whiskers at Dr. Seuss party
- Bicknell residents hold Dr. Seuss day for community
- Little Hats, Big Hearts
- "Seuss Tanoos" says goodbye after a 10-year long tradition
- American Legion party postponed
- Local agency throws party for six-year-old after no one shows up for his birthday
- Republican candidate throws his hat in the ring for 43rd District
- Free hats, gloves, and scarves available in front of Sugar Creek Fire Department
- Saying goodbye: Dr. Bradley set for his last ISU commencement
- Knox County to host Dr. Suess day, free community event