Western Indiana Community Action Summer Preschool - Summer Preschool Program for children ages 3 through 6 Location: WICAA Head Start Center Dates: Monday, June 9, 2014 to Friday, August 8, 2014 Time: Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Accepting CCDF Vouchers Call Western Indiana Community Action Agency for more details and to register your preschooler at 812-232-1264
Changes coming on June 16, 2014 to St. Ann Clinic - Effective Monday, June 16, 2014 St. Ann Clinic will be operating Monday thru Friday by appointment only. The "open clinic" concept will no longer be available. Please call or stop by the clinic to make an appointment. Our hours are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am until 5:00 pm.
LEAF Youth Program - The 8-week LEAF Youth Program invites children ages 8-12 to join us at the West Vigo Community Center on Tuesday evenings from 4:00pm-6:00 to learn about food and nutrition, body and mind skills, exercise, and stress management. Children will make and eat food, learn ways to be calm and decisive, and participate in games and activities to help them grow strong. Cost is $65.00 per child (Sliding scale scholarship funding available to those who qualify through a grant from the Wabash Valley Community Foundation)
Habitat Veterans Build - Habitat for Humanity is building its first Veterans Build for a local Veteran and his family.
tRanSfoRM eLearning Conference for Educators - This event is for all educators, both teachers and assistants, who use or plan to use technology in the classroom. We have two full days of sessions that will discuss digital tools, pedagogy, approaches, building curriculum and technology integration. We also have sessions designed specifically for administrators and technology directors. Register at http://svtransform14.weebly.com $15 for one day and $25 for two days.
River City Art Assoc. 'River of Art' Exhibition - River City Art Association in Terre Haute; Group exhibition: “River of Art” July 1-31; Opening Reception 6 to 9 p.m. July 11; The Art Sanctuary, 190 N. Sycamore St., Martinsville, Ind.; Artists available 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, noon to 4 p.m. Sundays to meet with patrons For gallery information call 765-342-8422, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit artsanctuaryindiana.com and www.facebook.com/ArtSanctuaryIndiana.
Camp Invention coming to Lake Land College - Camp Invention, a national educational program recognized for fostering innovative thinking, real-world problem solving and the spirit of invention, is coming to Lake Land College the week of July 28 - 31. The week-long day camp experience for students entering grades 1-6 encourages inventive young minds through hands-on problem solving using science, technology, engineering and mathematics in a fun and creative atmosphere. Camp Invention's new curriculum for 2014 called "Morphed!" immerses students in hands-on activities, such as building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and disassembling electronics to build an insect-themed pinball machine. Camp Invention was founded by Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Programming is developed through partnerships with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and inspired by Inductees of the Hall of Fame and finalists of the Collegiate Inventors Competition. For additional information or to register, visit www.campinvention.org, or contact Leslie Partlow at email@example.com or 217-234-5467.
Sing and Dance! (Ages: 11-14) - Have fun singing and dancing to your favorite popular songs! This camp focuses on basic vocal skills, choreography and performing, along with fun music games. Everyone gets the chance to be a star! Students participate in a performance on the last day of class.
College Music Prep: Introduction to Music Theory and Skills (Age - This camp is designed for students who are ready to get more serious about studying music. Learning music theory and skills is a great way to improve performance, both in private lessons and in school ensembles. Students learn the basics of music notation through speed-based games and activities. Campers are introduced to solfege, sight-reading, conducting, and rhythm reading using movement and group improvisation in a fun setting. The basics of music analysis and composition, using both classical and popular music, is also explored. Students have the opportunity to learn about various career paths that incorporate music.
A Star is Born! 2-WEEK CAMP (Ages: 8-10 & 11-13) - The goal of this two-week theater camp is the production of a two-act play. Held on-campus in the Dreiser Theater, it is designed to introduce young participants to multiple aspects of theater through activities and workshops. Camp activities include games designed to enhance the participants’ focus, movement, and vocal projection while improving performance abilities and creating self-confidence. Participants are exposed to additional aspects of theater behind the stage, including directing and stage management; responsibilities that are essential for creating the best performance possible. During the first week, children are split into two age groups (8-10 and 11-13) while learning their parts for the play. During the second week both age groups will rehearse together, culminating with a staged showcase on the last day of class, presented free of charge to family and friends in Dreiser Theater.