Meets 3rd Tuesday of Month, 6:00 pm
Grades 6 - 8. We’ll share the details of our favorite books and munch on pizza and cookies. The book selection for the April 23 meeting is Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta.
Will Meet Last Tuesday of Month in April & May, 6:00 pm
Grades 6 - 8. Enjoy pizza and cookies while discussing your favorite books. The book selection for the April 30 meeting is Max the Mighty by WR Philbrick.
Meets Monthly on Mon or Wed at 6:30 pm
May 15, June 5
Classes will focus on 45 minutes of yoga and 15 minutes of guided meditation, to give teens the tools to “de-stress.” Please bring a yoga mat and a bottle of water.
DUNGEONS & DRAGONS
Meets Monthly Saturdays at 4:00 pm
Apr 27 & May 11
Dungeon Master Al Pezone leads this popular fantasy game for new and experienced players. Heroes will be guided through quests for treasure, battles with deadly foes, daring rescues and more. Refreshments will be served. This program is full. Registration is closed.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT COLLEGE PLANNING
Tuesday April 23, 7:00 pm
IECA Professional Consultant Alan Sheptin discusses the current college admission climate, observable trends, and how to start creating a college plan. For sophomore and junior families.
Joy of Painting with Bob Ross
Summer Date TBD
This program was so popular this winter, we're already planning another session for the summer. Let artist Bob Ross, via streamed video, guide you through painting a scene on canvas. All materials supplied.
Saturday, July 20, 10:00 am to 1:15 pm
Attention college-bound high schoolers. Take your choice of a practice ACT or SAT test and receive a FREE consultation with C2 Education to go over your results and help prep for the upcoming formal tests in the fall. The test will begin PROMPTLY at 10, so please arrive a few minutes early.
College ADMISSIONS & Community Service
Tuesday, August 20, 7:00 pm
Program for rising freshman through rising seniors and parents. Community Service has become a heavily weighted factor by college admissions officers to distinguish between qualified students in the admissions process. College admissions officers want to see the impact a student has made in his or her community when he or she is not in class. Come learn how community service projects can help students develop skills and confidence, give back to the community and have led to successful college admissions for local students. Parents and Students welcome.