Rose Memorial Library NEWSLETTER Fall October, November, & December

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Rose Memorial Library NEWSLETTER Fall 2015 - October, November, & December"

Transcription

1 Rose Memorial Library NEWSLETTER Fall October, November, & December Greetings, Fall Into A Good Book As we move into the holiday season the library has planned several programs to help the community. From November 8-14, the library will be offering an Amnesty Week. If you have overdue fines this is your chance to eliminate your fines and help your community. Bring in canned or boxed food items in exchange for your Rose Memorial Library overdue fines. All food items must be unopened and unexpired. We will also be holding a donation drive for Hi- Tor Animal Care Center on December 15. The library welcomes two new employees. Charles DeYoe is the new Adult Services Librarian. Charles comes to us from Thrall Public Library District of Middletown and Wallkill where he served as a reference librarian and local history librarian. He previously worked at the State University of New York, University at Buffalo, Charles P. Sears Law Library, Koren A/V Center. Charles received his Master of Library Science from the State University of New York. Veronica Coffey is our new Youth Services Librarian. Veronica has previously worked at New York Public Library, Desmond-Fish Library and Highland Falls Library. Veronica earned her Master of Library and Information Science from Long Island University. Sincerely, Jennifer Brown, MLS, MPA On Display Friends of the Library In the Library Display Case October & November Halloween and Thanksgiving Brenda Cirruzzo December & January Old Fashioned Holiday Decorations LillyAnn Wilson In the Irving G. Kennedy Room October & November Puzzle Art Brenda Cirruzzo December & January Festive Decorations Brenda Cirruzzo LillyAnn Wilson The Friends of the Rose Memorial Library are looking for volunteers to help with book sales, fundraising, events, and more. Friends meetings are the second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm. If you have art, artifacts, or a special collection that you would like to display at the library, please contact Jennifer Brown at with your contact information. Your information will be forwarded to Brenda Cirruzzo. For program updates, please consult our program calendar at

2 ADULT PROGRAMS Registration is required. Register at the library, online, call ext 13 or OCTOBER STEM Book Club Thursday, October 1 at 4:30 pm American Wasteland by Jonathan Bloom Mah Jongg Monday, October 5, 19 & 26 at 4:30 pm Do you love Mah Jongg? Come to learn or play! ZUMBA! Monday, October 5 at 7:30 pm Get in shape by dancing to fun and energetic music with Lindsay Gregorio, our certified Zumba instructor! Chair Yoga Friday, October 9 & 23 at 10:30 am Join Jody Atkinson for the gentle and relaxing yoga. Friends of the Library Meeting Wednesday, October 14 at 6 pm Join the Friends of the Library to help raise money and promote library activities. Third Thursday Book Club Thursday, October 15 at 4:30pm The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins Historical True Crime Stories Tuesday, October 20 at 6:30 pm Join Michael Worden, a police detective and author, as he speaks about cases from the Hudson Valley and Orange County s nefarious histories. Board of Trustees Meeting Wednesday, October 21 at 6 pm Shira, the Psychic Medium Tuesday, October 27 at 7 pm Shira Benedetto is a gifted psychic medium who will conduct a gallery reading communicating with Spirit. This is an extraordinary healing experience where Shira will deliver messaged from deceases loved ones, guides, and angels. All attendees are not guaranteed a reading. NOVEMBER Mah Jongg Monday, November 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 at 4:30 pm Do you love Mah Jongg? Come to learn or play! ZUMBA! Monday, November 2 at 7:30 pm Don t suffer the holiday weight gain. Get in shape with Lindsay Gregorio, our certified Zumba instructor. Chair Yoga Friday, November 6 & 20 at 10:30 am Join Jody Atkinson for the gentle and relaxing yoga. Rethink Your Drink! Tuesday, November 17 at 6:00 pm Join us for an informative lesson that will increase your awareness of the calories you drink. Learn how to pick drinks that taste great and keep you healthy. Friends of the Library Meeting Wednesday, November 11 at 6 pm Join the Friends of the Library to help raise money and promote library activities. STEM Book Club Thursday, November 12 at 4:30 pm Oregon Trail by Rinker Buck Board of Trustees Meeting Wednesday, November 18 at 6 pm AARP Defensive Driving Course Thursday & Friday, November 19 & 20 10am - 1pm, must attend both days This event is held at the Rho Building but please register at the library. Third Thursday Book Club Thursday, November 19 at 4:30 pm The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon DECEMBER Chair Yoga Friday, December 4 & 18 at 10:30 am Join Jody Atkinson for the gentle and relaxing yoga. Mah Jongg Monday, December 7, 14, 21 & 28 at 4:30 pm Do you love Mah Jongg? Come to learn or play! ZUMBA! Monday, December 7 at 7:30 pm Friends of the Library Meeting Wednesday, December 9 at 6 pm Join the Friends of the Library to help raise money and promote library activities. STEM Book Club Thursday, December 10 at 4:30 pm The Wright Brothers by David McCullough Board of Trustees Meeting Wednesday, December 16 at 6 pm Third Thursday Book Club Thursday, December 17 at 4:30 pm I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai

3 TEEN PROGRAMS Registration is required. Register at the library, online, call ext 12, or OCTOBER Teen Movie Night Friday, October 2 at 4:30 pm Join your friends for a scary movie and popcorn. Movies may have a rating of PG or PG-13. Choosing the Right College Tuesday, October 6 at 7 pm Learn about the ins and outs of searching for colleges and visiting them, filling out the application and writing a good essay; taking the ACT or SAT; and financial aid and scholarships from Joshua Marber, MS. Ed. Tween Gaming Night Wednesday, October 7 at 4:30 pm Bring your handheld device or play on one of the library s laptops. Children under age 13 wishing to play Minecraft will need their parents to set up a Minecraft account. Teen Advisory Group Meeting Wednesday, October 14 at 5 pm Help the library plan programs and events, learn about volunteer opportunities, and join your friends to help the library. Wii Gaming and Minecraft Night Friday, October 16 at 4:30 pm Play Wii or Minecraft on the library s laptops and Wii Gaming System. Costume Creation Thursday, October 22 at 4:30 pm Have you ever participated in COSPLAY? Come find out more about this and bring stuff to make your costume. The library will provide some art materials. Pumpkin Carving Monday, October 26 at 5 pm Come to the library for a free pumpkin and the tools to carve or decorate it. Registration is required so we know how many pumpkins to get. NOVEMBER Tween Gaming Night Wednesday, November 4 at 4:30 pm Bring your handheld device or play on one of the library s laptops. Children under age 13 wishing to play Minecraft will need their parents to set up a Minecraft account. Teen Movie Night Friday, November 6 at 4:30 pm Join your friends for a movie and popcorn. Movies may have a rating of PG or PG-13. Teen Advisory Group Meeting Wednesday, November 11 at 5 pm Help the library plan programs and events, learn about volunteer opportunities, and join your friends to help the library. Wii Gaming and Minecraft Night Friday, November 13 at 4:30 pm Play Wii or Minecraft on the library s laptops and Wii Gaming System. Canned Food Drive Tuesday, November 17 at 4:30 pm Food collected during the library s amnesty week will be packed and taken to the North Rockland Food Pantry. DECEMBER Tween Gaming Night Wednesday, December 2 at 4:30 pm Bring your handheld device or play on one of the library s laptops. Children under age 13 wishing to play Minecraft will need their parents to set up a Minecraft account. Teen Movie Night Friday, December 4 at 4:30 pm Join your friends for a movie and popcorn. Movies may have a rating of PG or PG-13. Teen Advisory Group Meeting Wednesday, December 9 at 5 pm Help the library plan programs and events, learn about volunteer opportunities, and join your friends to help the library. Wii Gaming and Minecraft Night Friday, December 11 at 4:30 pm Play Wii or Minecraft on the library s laptops and Wii Gaming System. Hi-Tor Animal Care Center Donation Drive Tuesday, December 15 at 4:30 pm Teen will pack donated goods to take to Hi-Tor Animal Care Center. Most programs open for registration two weeks before they begin. Please register for the programs you plan to attend. For specific registration dates please consult the program calendar at Food for Fines! Amnesty Week - November 8 - November 14 Donate to the North Rockland Food Pantry in exchange for your overdue fines.

4 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN Registration is required. Register at the library, online, call ext 12 or OCTOBER Toddler Storytime Thursday, October 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 at 10:30 am Ages 16 months - 36 months Enjoy stories, rhymes, music, and finger plays. Preschool Storytime Thursday, October 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 at 1:45 pm Enjoy stories and songs, followed by a fun craft or coloring. Family Movie Night Thursday, October 1 at 6 pm Bring the family for a movie and popcorn. Films may be rated G or PG. Not-So-Spooky Film & Simple Craft Friday, October 2, 16 & 30 at 10:30 am & 1:30 pm Watch a not-so-spooky film followed by a simple craft. Snack Lapsit Storytime Wednesday, October 7, 14, 21 & 28 at 10:30 am For babies up to 16 months Introduce your little one to simple stories, songs and rhymes. Crazy About Science Thursday, October 8 at 4:30 pm For ages 6-10 Participate in fun science experiments. Snack Goosebumps: Movie, Game & Craft Friday, October 9 & 23 & 4:30 pm Viewers beware! You re in for a scare Snack Hot-Diggity-Dog! Music and Fun for Tots Tuesday, October 13, 20 & 27 at 10:15 & 11 am Join Miss Debbie for stories, puppets, songs, nursery rhymes, finger plays, and music. LEGO Builders Wednesday, October 14 at 4:30 pm Create your own LEGO design for display at the library. Family Storytime Saturday, October 17 at 10:30 am Ages 5 & under Hear some silly stories and make a craft to take home. Preschool LEGO Builders Monday, October 19 at 10:30 am & 1:30 pm Ages 3-5 Children and their caregivers will create their own LEGO design for display at the library. PJ Storytime Monday, October 19 at 6:30 pm Ages 3 and up Get into your PJs then head on over to the library for sleepy-time stories, silly songs & a craft. Howl & Scream to Silly Songs with Mr. Kurt Thursday, October 22 at 4:30pm Toddlers to age 5 Come dressed in your costumes and ready to sing, clap and dance to the silliest tunes with Mr. Kurt. Hocus-Pocus! Magic Show Wednesday, October 28 at 5:30pm NOVEM BER Hot-Diggity-Dog! Music & Fun for Tots Tuesday, November 3 at 10:15 & 11 am Join Miss Debbie for stories, puppets, songs, nursery rhymes, finger plays, and music. Samantha: An American Girl Holiday Movie Tuesday, November 3 at 3 pm Lapsit Storytime Wednesday, November 4, 11, 18 & 25 at 10:30 am For babies up to 16 months Introduce your little one to simple stories, songs and rhymes. Toddler Storytime Thursday, November 5, 12 & 19 at 10:30am Ages 16 months - 36 months Enjoy stories, rhymes, music, and finger plays. Preschool Storytime Thursday, November 5, 12 & 19 at 1:45 pm Enjoy stories and songs, followed by a fun craft or coloring. Most programs open for registration two weeks before they begin. Please register for the programs you plan to attend. For specific registration dates and program updates please consult the program calendar at

5 MORE PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN Family Movie Night Thursday, November 5 at 6 pm Bring the family for a movie and popcorn. Films may be rated G or PG. LEGO Builders Wednesday, November 11 at 2:30 pm Create your own LEGO design for display at the library. Crazy About Science Thursday, November 12 at 4:30 pm Ages 6-10 Participate in fun science experiments. Snack Thanksgiving Film & Simple Craft Friday, November 13 at 10:30 am & 1:30 pm Watch a Thanksgiving film and make a simple holiday craft. Snack Preschool LEGO Builders Monday, November 16 at 10:30 am & 1:30 pm Ages 3-5 Children and their caregivers will create their own LEGO design for display at the library. PJ Storytime Monday, November 16 at 6:30 pm Ages 3 and up Get into your PJs then head on over to the library for sleepy-time stories, silly songs & a craft. Silly Songs for Kids with Mr. Kurt Thursday, November 19 at 5:30 pm Get ready to sing, clap and dance to the silliest tunes with Mr. Kurt, in a fun-filled show. Goosebumps: Movie, Game & Craft Friday, November 20 at 4:30 pm Viewers beware! You re in for a scare Snack Family Storytime Saturday, November 21 at 10:30 am Ages 5 & under Hear some silly stories and make a craft to take home. DECEMBER Lapsit Storytime Wednesday, Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 at 10:30 am For babies up to 16 months Introduce your little one to simple stories, songs and rhymes. Toddler Storytime Thursday, December 3, 10 & 17 at 10:30 am Ages 16 months - 36 months Enjoy stories, rhymes, music, and finger plays. Preschool Storytime Thursday, December 3, 10 & 17 at 1:45 pm Enjoy stories and songs, followed by a fun craft or coloring. Family Movie Night Thursday, December 3 at 6 pm Bring the family for a movie and popcorn. Films may be rated G or PG. Holiday Film & Simple Craft Friday, December 4 at 10:30 am & 1:30 pm Watch a holiday film and make a simple holiday craft. Snack Hot-Diggity-Dog! Music and Fun for Tots Tuesday, December 8 at 10:15 & 11 am Join Miss Debbie for stories, puppets, songs, nursery rhymes, finger plays, and music. LEGO Builders Wednesday, December 9 at 4:30 pm Create your own LEGO design for display at the library. Crazy About Science Thursday, December 10 at 4:30 pm Ages 6-10 Participate in fun science experiments. Snack Preschool LEGO Builders Monday, December 14 at 10:30 am & 1:30 pm Ages 3-5 Children and their caregivers will create their own LEGO design for display at the library. Silly Songs for Kids with Mr. Kurt Thursday, December 17 at 5:30 pm Toddlers to age 5 Get ready to sing, clap and dance to the silliest tunes with Mr. Kurt, in a fun-filled show. Goosebumps: Movie, Game & Craft Friday, December 18 at 4:30 pm Viewers beware! You re in for a scare Snack Family Storytime Saturday, December 19 at 10:30 am Ages 5 & under Hear some silly stories and make a craft to take home. PJ Storytime Monday, December 21 at 6:30 pm Ages 3 and up Get into your PJs then head on over to the library for sleepy-time stories, silly songs & a craft.

6 Rose Memorial Library 79 East Main Street Stony Point, NY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10:00a - 9:00p Friday 10:00a - 7:00 p Saturday 10:00a - 5:00p Sunday 1:00p - 5:00p HOLIDAY CLOSINGS Monday, Oct Columbus Day Thursday, Nov Thanksgiving Friday, Nov Day after Thanksgiving Thursday, Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Friday, Dec Christmas Thursday, Dec New Year s Eve INFORMATION Telephone: Jennifer Brown, Library Director: x 10 Front Desk: x 11 Youth Services: x 12 Adult Services: x 13 Non Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Permit # 8350 Monsey, NY Postal Patron Board of Trustees Barnaby Joyce, President Jennifer Lima, Vice-President/Secretary George Mulligan, Treasurer Christine Miles Ted Needleman Christine Silverstein Board Meetings: Third Wednesday of the month, 6:00pm Are you interested in receiving library news and information about events electronically? Talk to a staff member or contact the Library at Leave your full name, address, and permission to use the address for library correspondence. Thank you! ROSE MEMORIAL LIBRARY QUARTERLY FUND DRIVE Yes, I would like to make a donation to the Library to enhance its programs and facilities. [Please make check payable to Rose Memorial Library Association] Amount enclosed: [ ] $25 [ ] $50 [ ] $100 [ ] Other $ [ ] Gift in honor of [ ] Gift in memory of Name Address [ ] Please me about library news and events Please drop off your donation at the Library or send to Rose Memorial Library 79 East Main Street Stony Point, New York Donations to the Library are tax-deductible. Check to see if your employer matches donations to non-profits.

From our shelves A LEED Green Building USGBC SILVER AWARD

From our shelves A LEED Green Building USGBC SILVER AWARD March/April 2014 Harper Woods Public Library From our shelves A LEED Green Building USGBC SILVER AWARD Reading Specialist The library has partnered once again, with Tutor Doctor to bring a new and valuable

More information

Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter --- September 2015 LIBRARY HOURS:

Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter --- September 2015 LIBRARY HOURS: Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter --- September 2015 LIBRARY HOURS: Monday-Thursday: 10:00-9:00 Friday: 10:00-6:00 Saturday: 10:00-5:00 Sunday: 1:00-5:00 EARLY CLOSING: Friday, September 18 @

More information

VIDEO GAME DESIGN GRADES 4 5 FUN WITH LEGOS & K NEX GRADES K 5 SCIENCE WEDNESDAY: BONKERS FOR BLOOD GRADES K 5 ADVENTURES IN ANIMATION GRADES 3 5

VIDEO GAME DESIGN GRADES 4 5 FUN WITH LEGOS & K NEX GRADES K 5 SCIENCE WEDNESDAY: BONKERS FOR BLOOD GRADES K 5 ADVENTURES IN ANIMATION GRADES 3 5 FUN WITH LEGOS & K NEX WEDNESDAYS CHOOSE NO MORE THAN TWO SESSIONS, PLEASE! OCTOBER 15 & 22 OR NOVEMBER 5 & 12 OR DECEMBER 3 & 10 Cost: $10 Location: Preschool Room Students can build their own designs

More information

Fall 2015 Program Guide

Fall 2015 Program Guide Fall 2015 Program Guide Norgate s Super Cool After School Programs N O R GATE COMM U N ITY S C H O OL PAGE 2 Table of Contents Who are we? Page 2 Morning Programs at Norgate Page 3 Quick Look: WEEKLY Page

More information

Academic Calendar for Faculty

Academic Calendar for Faculty Summer 2013 Term June 3, 2013 (Monday) June 3-4, 2013 (Monday Tuesday) June 5, 2013 (Wednesday) June 5-6, 2013 (Wednesday Thursday) June 6, 2013 (Thursday) July 3, 2013 (Wednesday) July 4, 2013 (Thursday)

More information

Summer 2014 - Woodward Memorial Library Family Programs

Summer 2014 - Woodward Memorial Library Family Programs Family Programs Touch a Truck, Reading Registration & Ice Cream - Monday, June 30 Beginning at 6:00 p.m. come to the Library to Touch a Truck. A variety of large vehicles will be parked on Wolcott Street

More information

DON T FORGET DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME STARTS MARCH 8. SAVE THE DATE FRIENDS OF THE LAWTON PUBLIC LIBRARY SPRING BOOK SALE Thursday, April 16 18

DON T FORGET DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME STARTS MARCH 8. SAVE THE DATE FRIENDS OF THE LAWTON PUBLIC LIBRARY SPRING BOOK SALE Thursday, April 16 18 MARCH 2015 LIBRARY M U SI NG S VISION STATEMENT: All people in our community value & use the Lawton Public Library. MISSION STATEMENT: Provide opportunities to engage in life-long learning. MARCH MADNESS

More information

West End YMCA. Summer 2015. Health and Fitness Schedule Effective June 29th, 2015

West End YMCA. Summer 2015. Health and Fitness Schedule Effective June 29th, 2015 West End YMCA Summer 2015 Health and Fitness Schedule Effective June 29th, 2015 Monday through Friday a.m. to 1 a.m. - Weekends a.m. to 1 a.m. Holiday Hours a.m. to p.m. 931 College Street, Toronto, ON,

More information

Tuesday, October 11 at 6:30 pm

Tuesday, October 11 at 6:30 pm Cornerstone of the Community JESSE M. SMITH MEMORIAL LIBRARY 100 Tinkham Lane, Harrisville, RI 02830, 401-710-7800, jmslibrary.org VISIT US ON NEWSLETTER Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 2:00 pm Jesse Smith Library

More information

BUILDING BRIGHTER FUTURES. Wilmington Family YMCA 2016-2017 Afterschool Program Guide Serving Students in Grades K-8. www.wilmingtonfamilyymca.

BUILDING BRIGHTER FUTURES. Wilmington Family YMCA 2016-2017 Afterschool Program Guide Serving Students in Grades K-8. www.wilmingtonfamilyymca. BUILDING BRIGHTER FUTURES Wilmington Family YMCA 2016-2017 Afterschool Program Guide Serving Students in Grades K-8 www.wilmingtonfamilyymca.org WELCOME TO AFTERSCHOOL AT THE Y! Thank you for choosing

More information

June 8, 2012 Suzanne McGowan, 303-405-3200 Anythink Manager. June Programs at Anythink Wright Farms

June 8, 2012 Suzanne McGowan, 303-405-3200 Anythink Manager. June Programs at Anythink Wright Farms ................................. IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: June 8, 2012 Suzanne McGowan, 303-405-3200 Anythink Manager June Programs at Anythink Wright Farms THORNTON, Colo. June 8, 2012 This summer

More information

Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter August 2015 LIBRARY HOURS:

Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter August 2015 LIBRARY HOURS: Franklin Lakes Library Monthly E-newsletter August 2015 LIBRARY HOURS: Monday-Thursday: 10:00-9:00 Friday: 10:00-6:00 Saturday: 10:00-5:00 Sunday: CLOSED (July - August) CLOSED: Saturday, September 5,

More information

Boynton Senior News SENIOR CENTER. October 2. October 5-9. October 29. October 12. December1. December 2 Winter White Party. December 11 December 18

Boynton Senior News SENIOR CENTER. October 2. October 5-9. October 29. October 12. December1. December 2 Winter White Party. December 11 December 18 The City of Boynton Beach Senior Center Presents: Oct. - Dec. 2015 Boynton Senior News October 2 FEATURED SPECIAL EVENTS Anniversary Party 1:00-3:00 p.m. October 12 October 5-9 Open House Columbus Day

More information

Youth Ministry Programs

Youth Ministry Programs Youth Ministry Programs Family Mass We invite students from our Religious Education program to help serve during the Liturgy. All families are invited to join us for this youth-friendly celebration of

More information

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE RECREATION COMPLEX 4455 Sol Press Blvd, Coconut Creek, 33073 954-956-1580

PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES AT THE RECREATION COMPLEX 4455 Sol Press Blvd, Coconut Creek, 33073 954-956-1580 AGES 0 TO 5 YEARS Pee Wee Hip Hop Let s Move Camp Learn the basics of hip hop and perform a recital at the end of the 8 week session For girls and boys ages 4 to 7 Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: June

More information

The. Email Newsletter. The WGR Newsletter May 2012

The. Email Newsletter. The WGR Newsletter May 2012 The Email Newsletter Memorial Day Classes Join Us! News from our Pools! 8:00 am: Gentle Yoga with Agnes (conf. room) 9:00 am: Nice N Easy Water with Joe (warm water pool) 9:15 am: AquaRobics with Connie

More information

Programs at the Library

Programs at the Library Programs at the Library Photo story Activities Teacher notes Activities prepared by Janis Pregnall Layout & Photography Ricardo Blanco Project Coordinator Kathleen Williams Funded by a Winnipeg Public

More information

VOLUME 148 n APRIL n 2013. Rehab on the Spot! Our Website Gets a Facelift!

VOLUME 148 n APRIL n 2013. Rehab on the Spot! Our Website Gets a Facelift! VOLUME 148 n APRIL n 2013 Happenings THE COLONY CLUB Happy Birthday! Rose Price (April 3 rd ) Pearl DiCiacca (April 4 th ) Lino Sanchez (April 8 th ) George Harrell (April 9 th ) Barbara Schnapp (April

More information

The Life You Change May Be Your Own!

The Life You Change May Be Your Own! Communities Thrive @ Your Library Whenever we re asked, Is library use down now that there is the Internet? We always reply, Have you been to the Library recently? Library use is at record levels in our

More information

Phoenix Rising Newsletter

Phoenix Rising Newsletter Phoenix Rising Newsletter October 2015 High School @ Moorpark College 7075 Campus Rd Moorpark, CA 93021 Office 805.378.1444 Principal Ruby Delery Office Manager Virginia Halverson Website http://www.mrpk.org

More information

Mad Hatter Drive Official Rules

Mad Hatter Drive Official Rules Mad Hatter Drive Official Rules Thank you for your interest in the Hats Off For Cancer Mad Hatter Drive! We re excited for you and we re here to help you along the way. These rules will help you shape

More information

You may register online at www.derbylibrary.com or at the library May 26 through July 24.

You may register online at www.derbylibrary.com or at the library May 26 through July 24. You may register online at www.derbylibrary.com or at the library May 26 through July 24. Read to Your Little Hero: Birth - Age 4 Every Hero Has a Story: Preschool - 5th Unmask!: 6th - 12th Preschool Superhero

More information

PTA Newsletter April 4, 2014

PTA Newsletter April 4, 2014 Adams Elementary School 3420 North 78 th Street Omaha, NE 68134 PTA Newsletter April 4, 2014 PTA Meeting Happenings Our final meeting was held on Tuesday, April 1st with 16 people in attendance. Topics

More information

Charlotte Lab School After School Program Fall 2015 brochure

Charlotte Lab School After School Program Fall 2015 brochure Charlotte Lab School After School Program Fall 2015 brochure We are excited to share the first Charlotte Lab School After School Program brochure! We are proud to have developed so many great partnerships

More information

Volunteer Application

Volunteer Application Thank you for your interest in volunteer opportunities here at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital. To apply for volunteer placement, you will need to commit to volunteering a minimum of 100 hours and: 1) Complete

More information

Pawling Library Winter 2014 Newsletter and Program Guide

Pawling Library Winter 2014 Newsletter and Program Guide Pawling Library Winter 2014 Newsletter and Program Guide After a very busy and productive summer, we are in full swing here at the Pawling Library! The fall months are flying by and it seems hard to believe

More information

ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR 2014-2015 FALL SEMESTER 2014. First Half-Semester Courses

ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR 2014-2015 FALL SEMESTER 2014. First Half-Semester Courses ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Academic Services ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR 2014-2015 FALL SEMESTER 2014 August 20, Wednesday 9:00 am - noon August 25, Monday August 25 August 29 September 1, Monday September

More information

Monday Friday Daily Schedule Baby Kiddles (0-18 months)

Monday Friday Daily Schedule Baby Kiddles (0-18 months) Monday Friday Daily Schedule Baby Kiddles (0-18 months) 7-9 AM Breakfast, Routine Care*, Free Play 9-11:30 Snack (Older Infants) Routine Care*, Language Development Activities (Singing songs & finger plays,

More information

Central Community School

Central Community School Central Community School Working together to strengthen our community through our Community Schools After School Programs SPRING 2015 PROGRAMS: APRIL JUNE 2015 REGISTRATION DATES: March 4 TH to April 15

More information

Museum, Archives and Local Studies Centre. What s on

Museum, Archives and Local Studies Centre. What s on Museum, Archives and Local Studies Centre What s on 2015 A craft and activity club suitable for under 7s. Tickets 3 when you attend 5 clubs, you get the 6 th free! No booking required. New Year Wassail

More information

FRISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY

FRISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY EARLY LITERACY JANUARY APRIL 2016 STORY TIME CLASSES JANUARY 12 APRIL 30 (No Story Times March 8 12 & April 19 23) HOW TO ATTEND STORY TIME All Story Times are held in the 2 nd floor. Get your free ticket

More information

Wagga Wagga Christian College OOSH December-January Vacation Care Program

Wagga Wagga Christian College OOSH December-January Vacation Care Program 1 Wagga Wagga Christian College OOSH December-January Vacation Care Program Please note: OOSH will be closed for 3 weeks from Monday 21 st December 2015 Friday 8 th January 2016. 2 Dear Parents, We are

More information

Want something to do with your family and friends close to home?

Want something to do with your family and friends close to home? Events Looking for some FUN in? Calendar of Events Moonlight Movies Wednesday, August 5 Paddington Town Park Page 191 Wednesday, August 12 The Book of Life Central Library Wednesday, August 19 Cinderella

More information

Lake Harriet Community Education 612-668-3330 4030 Chowen Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55410

Lake Harriet Community Education 612-668-3330 4030 Chowen Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55410 Lake Harriet Community Education 612-668-3330 4030 Chowen Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55410 Home of the Lake Harriet Dragons Registration Deadline for Winter classes is January 18 th Monday Study Buddies

More information

Franklin Parks & Recreation Department Fall 2016

Franklin Parks & Recreation Department Fall 2016 Franklin Parks & Recreation Department Fall 2016 Youth Soccer Pre-School Soccer Ages 3-5 Years Old Pre-school soccer will offer a time of interaction for children and their parents. These children will

More information

Providence Community Center

Providence Community Center Providence Community Center 3001 Vaden Drive, Fairfax, VA 22031 Phone: 703-865-0520, TTY 711 Operating Hours: Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. We will be closed on July 2-4. www.fairfaxcounty.gov/ncs

More information

New Carlisle Public Library Summer Reading 2015 Every Hero has a Story

New Carlisle Public Library Summer Reading 2015 Every Hero has a Story New Carlisle Public Library Summer Reading 2015 Every Hero has a Story June 2 - July 31, 2015 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

More information

Singles Table Tennis Ages 10+

Singles Table Tennis Ages 10+ Intro to Sports Ages 4-5 Introduce your youngster to sports. A skill building class which focuses on building confidence, teamwork, fundamentals, and having fun! Location: Franklin School (small gym) Dates:

More information

Marlborough Public Library

Marlborough Public Library Marlborough Public Library F A L L N E W S L E T T E R 2 0 1 3 You asked! For Adults Crafts & Trivia Night PAGE 3 Doctor Who Anniversary Party TARDIS included PAGE 9 Meet Toto, Tornado Survivor Sat., Nov.

More information

Brimbank Libraries. Programs & Computer Classes April-June 2015. Libraries

Brimbank Libraries. Programs & Computer Classes April-June 2015. Libraries Brimbank Libraries Programs & Computer Classes April-June 2015 Libraries Programs for Children Baby Bounce A pre-literacy program that encourages parents to sing songs and rhymes to their babies. For parents

More information

Windermere Valley Early Learning Programs and Services The following family drop-in programs are offered free of charge.

Windermere Valley Early Learning Programs and Services The following family drop-in programs are offered free of charge. Windermere Valley Early Learning Programs and Services The following family drop-in programs are offered free of charge. Baby Goose: for parents with babies up to 18 months. Join us for rhymes, songs and

More information

WEEKEND WARRIORS PROGRAM TERM 4

WEEKEND WARRIORS PROGRAM TERM 4 WEEKEND WARRIORS PROGRAM TERM 4 Children aged between 6 and 13 years. Program Aim: To provide children with the opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities based on individual interests, where

More information

MSYG --- Meeting and Event Schedule: 2012-2013

MSYG --- Meeting and Event Schedule: 2012-2013 SEPTEMBER 3 rd Monday --- Labor Day - No School 9 th Sunday --- MSYG Orientation Meeting with Parents at 6:30 p.m. in the CYO Building. Attendance is required. Brief Parent/Guardian meeting to discuss

More information

Inclusive camps run out of: Champlain Heights Community Center Dunbar Community Center Hastings Community Center Hillcrest Community Center

Inclusive camps run out of: Champlain Heights Community Center Dunbar Community Center Hastings Community Center Hillcrest Community Center Access Services Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation Access Services is a Vancouver Park Board department working towards making leisure and recreational pursuits accessible to all. We partner with

More information

April 2015 Newsletter

April 2015 Newsletter St. Sebastian School 65 Chaparral Drive SE Calgary, AB T2X 0E6 Phone: 403-500-2116 Fax: 403-500-2316 Webpage: http://www.cssd.ab.ca/ schools/stsebastian/ April 2015 Newsletter Do Justice, Love Kindness,

More information

Tolland Family Resource Center Newsletter

Tolland Family Resource Center Newsletter Tolland Family Resource Center Newsletter BUILDING STRONG FAMILIES Welcome back to all! What a wonderful summer it was. Our campers had an amazing summer experience at our new camp location at the Tolland

More information

Senior Spirit. Hopewell Valley Senior Services Newsletter. August 2014, Vol. 8, No. 8. Contents. When Was Your Last Driving Class?

Senior Spirit. Hopewell Valley Senior Services Newsletter. August 2014, Vol. 8, No. 8. Contents. When Was Your Last Driving Class? Senior Spirit Hopewell Valley Senior Services Newsletter August 2014, Vol. 8, No. 8 Contents 1 Greeting 2 News 3 Special Events 4 Ongoing Programs 5 Around the Valley 6 Save the Date When Was Your Last

More information

Distribution does not imply endorsement or recommendation by Broward County Public Schools

Distribution does not imply endorsement or recommendation by Broward County Public Schools Distribution does not imply endorsement or recommendation by Broward County Public Schools 2015 SUMMER CAMP In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is

More information

www.rielsd.org nicholas.kelly@lrsd.net

www.rielsd.org nicholas.kelly@lrsd.net October 2014 Principal, Nicholas Kelly http.www.lrsd.net wwwww 800 Archibald Winnipeg MB R2J 0Y4 Phone: 233-7983 Fax: 233-7989, Ja Dear Archwood Families, With one month completed, we move forward in our

More information

FRANKLIN SUMMER ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPS

FRANKLIN SUMMER ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPS FRANKLIN SUMMER ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPS All Camps held at the Franklin Recreation Complex 1120 Hillsboro Road Franklin, Tn. 37064 REGISTRATION BEGINS Thursday, MARCH 6th For registration call

More information

Battle of the Bulldogs Team Application

Battle of the Bulldogs Team Application Battle of the Bulldogs Team Application Please turn in this completed packet with $100 by Friday, October 3 rd to the Dean of Students office in Stafford 214. Please list out every member of your team

More information

Library News. The Yass Valley Library Service is a member of the Southern Tablelands Library Co-operative www.stlc.nsw.gov.au

Library News. The Yass Valley Library Service is a member of the Southern Tablelands Library Co-operative www.stlc.nsw.gov.au Library News Issue 4/2015 The Yass Valley Library Service is a member of the Southern Tablelands Library Co-operative www.stlc.nsw.gov.au Yass Library Friday 21st August at 6pm Opening Hours Yass Library

More information

Academic Calendars. Term I (20081) Term II (20082) Term III (20083) Weekend College. International Student Admission Deadlines

Academic Calendars. Term I (20081) Term II (20082) Term III (20083) Weekend College. International Student Admission Deadlines Academic Calendars Term I (20081) Term II (20082) Academic Calendars Term III (20083) Weekend College International Student Admission Deadlines Final Examination Schedule Broward Community College Catalog

More information

WINES TIMES. A Note From Dr DeYoung: WINES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

WINES TIMES. A Note From Dr DeYoung: WINES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WINES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SEPT 2015 WINES TIMES A Note From Dr DeYoung: Dear Wines Families, Welcome to a new school year! As you know by now, we have new staff members, new staff placements, and lots of

More information

WEBSITES FOR CHILDCARE PROVIDERS

WEBSITES FOR CHILDCARE PROVIDERS WEBSITES FOR CHILDCARE PROVIDERS PRESCHOOL LESSON PLANS: ALL SUBJECT AREASwww.everythingpreschool.com This comprehensive web site includes: Preschool Themes, Lesson Plans, Alphabet Ideas, Coloring Pages,

More information

Thornton Recreation Department Annual Report 2014-15

Thornton Recreation Department Annual Report 2014-15 Thornton Recreation Department Annual Report 2014-15 Mission Statement: To provide quality recreation programs, facilities, and parks that meet the leisure needs and improve the quality of life for the

More information

Goal A: The Library will serve as a resource to assist in meeting the literacy needs of the community. (Literacy)

Goal A: The Library will serve as a resource to assist in meeting the literacy needs of the community. (Literacy) 2013 Goals and Objectives with Monthly Activities Goal A: The Library will serve as a resource to assist in meeting the literacy needs of the community. (Literacy) 1. Make available and market library

More information

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AND SCHEDULE MONDAY CLASSES LLE 3:15-4:15

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AND SCHEDULE MONDAY CLASSES LLE 3:15-4:15 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AND SCHEDULE MONDAY CLASSES FENCING For Grades: 2-4 Tuition: $190 Class Limit: 8 students This is an introduction to fencing class. Learn about the instruments (foil, saber), basic

More information

If you live in Ottawa, you can get an Ottawa Public Library card which gives you access to a wide range of resources, including:

If you live in Ottawa, you can get an Ottawa Public Library card which gives you access to a wide range of resources, including: The Ottawa Public Library: beyond books If you live in Ottawa, you can get an Ottawa Public Library card which gives you access to a wide range of resources, including: - Free wifi, computers and printers

More information

NASDAQ DUBAI TRADING AND SETTLEMENT CALENDAR 2015. 1. On US Federal Reserve Holidays, no settlements will take place for USD.

NASDAQ DUBAI TRADING AND SETTLEMENT CALENDAR 2015. 1. On US Federal Reserve Holidays, no settlements will take place for USD. NASDAQ Dubai Circular No. : 65/14 Date of Issue : December 22 nd 2014 Date of Expiry : Upon issue of replacement Circular NASDAQ DUBAI TRADING AND SETTLEMENT CALENDAR 2015 Issued pursuant to the NASDAQ

More information

MINOOKA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT #111

MINOOKA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT #111 MINOOKA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT #111 Mission: To Inspire and motivate our students with an educational experience that leads to achievement and success. December 8, 2015 Dear Incoming Freshman and

More information

Human Resources Master Calendar

Human Resources Master Calendar July, 2011 2011-2012 Friday, July 01, 2011 First day of 2011-2012 school term for 52 week employees Friday, July 01, 2011 First day for: Senior High School Athletic Directors Monday, July 04, 2011 Independence

More information

For the Children s Museum of Phoenix SPONSORSHIP PACKET. Presented By:

For the Children s Museum of Phoenix SPONSORSHIP PACKET. Presented By: SPONSORSHIP PACKET Presented By: Sponsored By: Your donation benefits educational programs at the Children s Museum of Phoenix First Annual Kids at Heart Dinner Event Information When: Saturday, April

More information

ENSURE A BRIGHTER FUTURE

ENSURE A BRIGHTER FUTURE www.meridianranchmetro.org ENSURE A BRIGHTER FUTURE October 2015 MERIDIAN RANCH RECREATION CENTER www.ppymca.org FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PARENTS NIGHT OUT Parents, leave your children with us for the evening!

More information

ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE FINAL as of MARCH 10, 2015 ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR 2015-2016 FALL SEMESTER 2015

ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE FINAL as of MARCH 10, 2015 ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR 2015-2016 FALL SEMESTER 2015 ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE FINAL as of MARCH 10, 2015 ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR 2015-2016 FALL SEMESTER 2015 August 26, Wednesday 9:00 am - noon August 31, Monday August 31 September 4 September 4, Friday

More information

LAURELHURST ELEMENTARY ENRICHMENT CLASSES Guide Spring 2015

LAURELHURST ELEMENTARY ENRICHMENT CLASSES Guide Spring 2015 Art Wizards Thursdays, 3:45pm-4:45pm, Room 3 $149-10 sessions LASER hosts Art Wizards, an art class for 1st-5th graders that shows students the best ways to use chalk and oil pastel, watercolor, colored

More information

Our Lady Of Humility Church PARISH MINISTRY GUIDE

Our Lady Of Humility Church PARISH MINISTRY GUIDE Our Lady Of Humility Church As a branch of the one vine, as the family of our Lord Jesus, it is our mission to follow the way of the Lord by extending welcome, embracing in healing love and sharing the

More information

Mountain Vista Communities News

Mountain Vista Communities News Mountain Vista Communities News MOUNTAIN VISTA COMMUNITIES BLDG 52065, Smith Avenue Office: (520) 515-9000 Fax: (520) 515-9006 Hours: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday through Friday Email: mvc@themichaelsorg.com

More information

Patronize your advertisers, as they have brought you the Best 4th in the North! Pg. 1

Patronize your advertisers, as they have brought you the Best 4th in the North! Pg. 1 Patronize your advertisers, as they have brought you the Best 4th in the North! Pg. 1 1. Cherry Raceway 2. Downtown Fife Lake (see below map) 3. Springfield Park 4. Emerald Vale Golf Course 5. American

More information

MATCHDAY 1 7-9 September 2014

MATCHDAY 1 7-9 September 2014 MATCHDAY 1 7-9 September 2014 7 September Sunday 18:00 Group D 7 September Sunday 20:45 Group D 7 September Sunday 20:45 Group D 7 September Sunday 18:00 Group F 7 September Sunday 20:45 Group F 7 September

More information

MINUTES FOR BOOSTER S BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING. I. Attendees. II. Minutes: Date: Thursday September 19, 2013. Time: 6:48pm 7:45pm

MINUTES FOR BOOSTER S BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING. I. Attendees. II. Minutes: Date: Thursday September 19, 2013. Time: 6:48pm 7:45pm MINUTES FOR BOOSTER S BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Date: Thursday September 19, 2013 Time: 6:48pm 7:45pm Location: Chili s Restaurant (10040 W Happy Valley Rd., Peoria, AZ 85383. Telephone: (623) 572-0107

More information

For information on area hotels, resources and attractions, please view the following website:

For information on area hotels, resources and attractions, please view the following website: August 7, 2015 Dear Christendom College Parents, Though it s still summer, Parents Weekend is right around the corner! It is a pleasure to invite you to the annual Christendom College Parents Weekend from

More information

First Serve Opportunities

First Serve Opportunities First Serve Opportunities First Serve Opportunites are positions that are great for first time volunteers and provide an opportunity for you to serve right away. These positions require little to no training

More information

Prenatal Classes. Time: 7:00 9:00pm, see calendar for dates Place: Maternity Service, One Family Place Phone: 561-955-5110 Fee: $125/couple

Prenatal Classes. Time: 7:00 9:00pm, see calendar for dates Place: Maternity Service, One Family Place Phone: 561-955-5110 Fee: $125/couple At Boca Raton Community Hospital s One Family Place we know that peace of mind comes with being informed about every aspect of your prenatal and parenting experience. We are proud to offer a wide array

More information

CHILDREN S MINISTRY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

CHILDREN S MINISTRY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY CHILDREN S MINISTRY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY 2 Job Description for HCC Children s Ministry Director The Heath Church of Christ is seeking a full-time Children s Ministry Director to oversee the church s

More information

Mary Poppins. The Broadway Musical

Mary Poppins. The Broadway Musical The Broadway Musical Magic Circle Theatre s production of brings to the Montrose stage the magic of the Walt Disney film of the same name, based on the stories of P. L. Travers and interpreted by Julian

More information

Service Week 2016 At a Glance

Service Week 2016 At a Glance Service Week 2016 At a Glance Program: Omega Service Week Brief description: Omega Service Week provides working retreats for fellow nonprofit organizations working across the spectrum of social, economic,

More information

Fashion Passion. $40.00 for a one year membership. Membership includes: Unlimited Sewing Classes and Farm Museum Membership for one year.

Fashion Passion. $40.00 for a one year membership. Membership includes: Unlimited Sewing Classes and Farm Museum Membership for one year. A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization MEMBER NEWSLETTER April, May 2011 MUSEUM HOURS Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm General Admission Adult $4 Student $2 Children 3 & under and Members

More information

Academic Calendar 2015-2016

Academic Calendar 2015-2016 Academic Calendar 2015-2016 Fall 2015 - Full/TCAT Session August 24, 2015 - December 10, 2015 Fall 2015-1st Session August 24, 2015 - October 9, 2015 Fall 2015-2nd Session October 14, 2015 - December 10,

More information

Trading Calendar - East Capital UCITS Funds

Trading Calendar - East Capital UCITS Funds Trading Calendar - UCITS s The table shows i) the days the funds will be closed due to holidays and ii) which days the funds have early cut-off times (11.30am Central European Time). Please note that the

More information

NORTHVIEW TROJANS. November 2015

NORTHVIEW TROJANS. November 2015 NORTHVIEW TROJANS November 2015 133 Lexington Avenue, Findlay, OH 45840 í Telephone: 419-425-8290 í Fax: 419-427-5462 í E-Mail: epayne@findlaycityschools.org The mission of Findlay City Schools, as a community

More information

TENBY SCHOOLS CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 2015

TENBY SCHOOLS CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 2015 TENBY SCHOOLS CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 2015 Tenby International Primary School Complete the sign-up form at the back of this booklet. Hand the form to your class teacher as soon as possible to avoid disappointment

More information

PLACENTIA SUMMER READING CELEBRATION LIBRARY DISTRICT SUMMER GUIDE

PLACENTIA SUMMER READING CELEBRATION LIBRARY DISTRICT SUMMER GUIDE SUMMER READING CELEBRATION PLACENTIA LIBRARY DISTRICT SUMMER GUIDE 2016 Saturday, AUGUST 20, 10:00 A.M. - 1:00 p.m. @ Placentia Civic Center Plaza Join us for end of Summer Reading fun! Free entertainment,

More information

VIKING NEWSLETTER. January/February, 2016

VIKING NEWSLETTER. January/February, 2016 VIKING NEWSLETTER January/February, 2016 Dear MMS Families Over the last year, the Edmonds School District has been researching and discussing a topic I know most of us wish we did not have to explore.

More information

NEWSLETTER G.E.C.U. MEMBER. ATTENTION High School Seniors and Enrolled College Students. Take a look inside... Fall 2012

NEWSLETTER G.E.C.U. MEMBER. ATTENTION High School Seniors and Enrolled College Students. Take a look inside... Fall 2012 G.E.C.U. MEMBER NEWSLETTER Fall 2012 ATTENTION High School Seniors and Enrolled College Students Now is the time to apply for the G.E.C.U. $500 scholarship. We want to see you succeed by helping out with

More information

A YEAR AT SUNBURY NURSING HOMES

A YEAR AT SUNBURY NURSING HOMES A YEAR AT SUNBURY NURSING HOMES Introduction 2013 was a busy year for all of us here at Sunbury Nursing Homes. From January s Pink Party to blow away the winter s blues, to Valentine s Day, St Patrick

More information

2016 National Conference Boston District 1 Planning Meeting. Saturday, October 17, 2015 Great Wolf Lodge Fitchburg, Massachusetts

2016 National Conference Boston District 1 Planning Meeting. Saturday, October 17, 2015 Great Wolf Lodge Fitchburg, Massachusetts 2016 National Conference Boston District 1 Planning Meeting Saturday, October 17, 2015 Great Wolf Lodge Fitchburg, Massachusetts Conference Management Committee Ron Piro Chair Marge Carlisle Co-Chair Colleen

More information

Houston Buddy Walk Sponsorship Opportunities

Houston Buddy Walk Sponsorship Opportunities Houston Buddy Walk Sponsorship Opportunities Dear Community Partner, I would like to invite your company to be a part of the Down Syndrome Association of Houston s (DSAH) 15th Annual Houston Buddy Walk,

More information

The Tiger Chronicles Volume 1 Issue 9

The Tiger Chronicles Volume 1 Issue 9 The Tiger Chronicles Volume 1 Issue 9 HARMONY SCIENCE ACADEMY JANUARY 28, 2014 Upcoming Events: Jan. 26 Jan. 30 National School Choice Week Feb. 7 STEM Festival Feb. 2 Feb. 6 STEM Week We are delighted

More information

Pre-Kindergarten Parent Packet

Pre-Kindergarten Parent Packet Pre-Kindergarten Parent Packet Nikki Parks nparks@allsaintswichita.com Save this for reference this year. Dear Parents, I am very excited to start this new school year with each of you. This will be my

More information

VOLUME 128 n NOVEMBER n 2015 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 TH

VOLUME 128 n NOVEMBER n 2015 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 TH VOLUME 128 n NOVEMBER n 2015 THE COLONY CLUB Happenings Happy Birthday! Pauline Hunt (November 6 th ) Josephine Mahoney (November 8 th ) Frank Negron (November 8 th ) Mercedes Sanchez (November 17 th )

More information

Wellsprings for Women

Wellsprings for Women Wellsprings for Women gratefully acknowledges the support of: Wellsprings for Women Presentation Sisters, City of Casey Melways Reference Page 90 : F9 Public Transport Options Train or Bus to Dandenong

More information

February 28, 2014. General OLLI at LSU Announcements

February 28, 2014. General OLLI at LSU Announcements Kori Chisham From: OLLI at LSU on behalf of OLLI at LSU Sent: Friday, February 28, 2014 4:29 PM To: OLLI Subject: OLLI News February

More information

KELLIHER COMMUNITY EDUCATION FALL 2015 Peggy Vollhaber Coordinator 647-8806

KELLIHER COMMUNITY EDUCATION FALL 2015 Peggy Vollhaber Coordinator 647-8806 KELLIHER COMMUNITY EDUCATION FALL 2015 Peggy Vollhaber Coordinator 647-8806 Email: pvollhaber@kelliher.k12.mn.us Like us on Facebook @ Kelliher School Community Education GENERAL INTEREST CHALK PAINT 101

More information

FUNDRAISING TIPS & IDEAS

FUNDRAISING TIPS & IDEAS FUNDRAISING TIPS & IDEAS 1. Fundraise Online. Register online at www.cysticfibrosis.ca/greatstrides and open the door to more fundraising resources. You can track your progress, allow others to donate

More information

COLLEGE PARK CALENDAR OF EVENTS

COLLEGE PARK CALENDAR OF EVENTS COLLEGE PARK CALENDAR OF EVENTS JULY DECEMBER 2014 Membership THERE ARE BIG CHANGES IN OUR MEMBERSHIP FOR 2014! Become a member of College Park Aviation Museum and join a growing team of friends, volunteers,

More information

Cypress College Releases 2014 Annual Safety and Security Report

Cypress College Releases 2014 Annual Safety and Security Report THIS WEEK Ongoing» Disabilities Awareness Month and National Diversity Awareness Month» Photo Game exhibit, Photography Gallery, TE II 8 Wednesday» Associated Students Blood Drive, Student Activities Center,

More information

After School Programs

After School Programs After School Programs Registration Ends 01/15/16 Classes Begin on 01/25/16* Classes End 3/25/16* *please check specific dates for each individual class, as they vary Winter 2016 Please Note: Registration

More information

Treasure Island Casino

Treasure Island Casino May 2016 AOA Newsletter - Woodbury YMCA 2175 Radio Drive, Woodbury MN 55125 Active Older Adult Coordinator: Becky King 651-259-9604 Treasure Island Casino A coach bus will bring us to the casino. Upon

More information

your activities and events. All Young Marines that participate in Veterans Appreciation Week are eligible to wear ribbon.

your activities and events. All Young Marines that participate in Veterans Appreciation Week are eligible to wear ribbon. Welcome Welcome to the Young Marines Veteran's Appreciation Week Campaign Toolkit November 5-11, 2014 Our goal is to provide you useful information to help you effectively manage and promote your YMVAW

More information