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The Sam-Jam

The Sam-Jam
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In memory of Samantha N. Dancer, come celebrate life and enjoy a lovely spring Saturday at the 3rd annual Sam-Jam at Eaton Blanche Park on April 18th. A DJ will create the atmosphere while kids and adults play games, enjoy complimentary eats, engage in competitions, and participate in a “fun” basketball tournament. There will also […]

MAGIC: Mentoring a Girl in Construction

MAGIC: Mentoring a Girl in Construction

Women in construction. Of course there are women in the construction industry. Right? Then we pause, think a little, peddle back through our memories, remember the whistles and cat-calling as we walked by construction sites, but no, we can’t remember ever seeing a woman wielding a concrete grinder, up on scaffolding with a torch welding […]

Young African-American Women’s Conference for Girls

Young African-American Women’s Conference for Girls

In May 2014, Grant AME Church reported that… “…seven young women, three parents, and four Daughters of Destiny mentors attended the Young African American Women’s Conference at Pasadena College. The event was sponsored by the Pasadena Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. There were separate workshops for both the girls and the adults. Attending […]

Project Scientist for Girls

Project Scientist for Girls

Here’s a shout out to girls and teens who love science and math, enjoy tinkering, designing, and building, considers themselves young techies, and are inquisitive, curious, and keen.… Here comes Project Scientist. Project Science Academy is a summer program for girls and teens age 4-14 who have “a passion for science, technology, engineering, and math […]

Kidspace Greenhouse

Kidspace Greenhouse

The Galvin Physics Forest, Little Sprouts Garden Club, Caterpillar Adoption Days and the Grand Butterfly Release. These are just of the few arenas, workshops, and events that Kidspace Children’s Museum offers on a yearly basis. Starting March 11th, add one more to the list: the Kidspace Greenhouse. We’re told it will be “a mix of […]

This Summer, Learn the Ukulele, Mandarin, Hip Hop, Sewing, Painting, Poetry…

This Summer, Learn the Ukulele, Mandarin, Hip Hop, Sewing, Painting, Poetry…

Kindergarteners through eighth graders have the opportunity for learning drawing and painting, poetry and short story writing, hip hop dancing, sewing, various sports and games, Mandarin, and the ukulele on the lovely campus of The Gooden School during the summer 2015. Seventh and eighth graders may also participate in an ISEE and HSPT test preparation […]

A Shakespearean Summer

A Shakespearean Summer

A Noise Within is committed to ensure that the Bard is not left behind… When it comes to the current generation—the Millenniums—ANW is going “all in” by expanding its Summer with Shakespeare program to 5 weeks and 2 tracks. Track 1: The Play’s the Thing Ages 14-18 In this 5-week intensive, students will experience all […]

Celebrate Chinese New Year

Celebrate Chinese New Year

Working off a lunisolar calendar, where dates indicate the moon phase and the time of the solar year, the Chinese New Year, which is also called the Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, will be celebrated this year on Thursday, February 19th (it’s the year of the goat). The day is traditionally marked with fireworks, […]

Have a Heart

Have a Heart

Valentine’s pronounce one’s heartfelt emotional love. They are purposefully sentimental and are often cute, sappy, silly, and adorable. But, as we know, we don’t love with the “hollow muscular organ that pumps blood through the circulatory system by rhythmic contraction and dilation” and our hearts are not heart-shaped. Kidspace presents Have a Heart Weekend, “celebrating […]

Rococo Valentines

Rococo Valentines

He was known for his “delicately” colored scenes of romance, his “obsessive” style due to master François Boucher, and themes that were sensual love. Though his work was considered “frivolous” by some, “his canvases are widely admired for their brilliant, almost abstract compositions and quickly-brushed colors.”¹ Jean-Honoré Fragonard was the greatest French painter of the gallant and […]

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