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A Shakespearean Summer

A Shakespearean Summer
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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 […]

Summer Writing Workshops

Summer Writing Workshops

Pirates, treasure maps, the thrill of the hunt. In one of Julia Edwards’ summer writing workshops, kids draw, write and play out the story they create. For teenagers, follow in the steps of The Onion and learn the craft of absurdity and satire, and publish a newspaper. Site Specific Plays for 5-10 year olds will look […]

23rd Summer Opportunities Fair

23rd Summer Opportunities Fair

Looking for a sports clinic, art and theater programs, cultural immersion, or outdoor adventure? Westridge School is holding its 23rd Annual Summer Opportunities Fair on Saturday, February 8th. Besides the possibilities listed above, other options abound:  college courses, international travel, community service opportunities, academic enrichment, music and dance camps, language learning, and programs for special […]

Chinese Acrobats at Kidspace & Summercamp

Chinese Acrobats at Kidspace & Summercamp

Tuesday night is Free Family Night at Kidspace Museum and on July 2nd, classical Chinese acrobats will perform—definitely an experience to make the little ones’ eyes grow wide with amazement. Can someone actually bend like a pretzel? Summer camp at Kidspace begins on Monday, July 15th with week-long names like Wacky Kitchen Science, Water Water […]

Dream of You

Dream of You

There’s nothing written in the stars, I’ve not experienced the beyond; there’s only this ache in my heart but that will be gone, when I’m gone. There’s only lost thoughts in the air, random emotions haunting me. There’s only sadness and despair; I’m swimming in a lonely sea. I cannot spot that peaceful shore where […]

Engaging Shakespeare

Engaging Shakespeare

Shakespeare and summer camp—surely they are ill-suited, and never the two shall meet. Just imagine Shakespeare canoeing, flying off the rope swing, sleeping in the top bunk, and sneaking out after lights out. (Well, okay, maybe we can see that.) According to Rafael Goldstein, summer camp and Shakespeare are a perfect fit. At the age […]

From Nature to Artwork—Let’s Move!

From Nature to Artwork—Let’s Move!

Calling all prospectivel artists, scientists, explorers, and adventurers! Registration for the Arboretum‘s Summer Nature Camp in open now. Scheduled for June and July, the classes emphasize the environment, factual details, history, and art. Your kids will get up close and personal, examining plants and bugs, followed by painting, drawing and sculpting whatever entices their imagination. […]

Mixing It Up for the Arts

Mixing It Up for the Arts

Wine, fruit, and a little cheese. Meeting, introducing, chatting, and laughing. Yes, this term is a throwback, but we’re talking about a good old-fashioned “mixer.” A “Friends of the Foothill Arts Collective Mixer” will be held Thursday, March 29th at the Woman’s City Club in the Edmund Blinn House (1905) listed on the National Register of Historic […]

A Midsummer Day’s Camp

A Midsummer Day’s Camp

It’s time to admit it: Summer’s just around the corner. If you still haven’t signed junior up for a camp or activity, it is time to act!  Budding thespians and fans of the Bard will love Summer with Shakespeare, an intensive three-week program for kids ages 10 to 18 offered by Glendale’s A Noise Within […]

Summer of Song

Summer of Song

A while ago we profiled Sierra Madre principal and musical theatre maven Gayle Bluemel; now we’re back to sing her praises again, because it’s time to sign up for her Pasadena Musical Theatre summer program. Subtitled “You need more drama,” the intensive and intensely fun six-week program covers acting, voice, dance and stagecraft, culminating in […]

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