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for Homeschoolers

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OUR  NYC HOME FOR HOMESCHOOLERS 
is made possible by the coordinated and cooperative efforts, and volunteer services 
of The ROC community members. 

Fall Term Class Info

Math: Regent's/Test Prep for Teens, $250

Mondays 12:00 or 2:30, Fridays 12:00

This class is being taught by Len Heisler.
Len will help students deconstruct the test, allowing them to learn both the mathematics, as well as experience the favorite common themes of most standardized tests.

Incorporating the Multi-Modality philosophy of teaching mathematics through cross-conversations of the same concept, the class will address different ways students learn -  pictures for visual learners, hands-on for tactile
learners etc. -  in order to help each student discover and enhance their own best methods for approaching tests.

Len Heisler has over 20 years of experience teaching math at the middle and high school level in both public and prestigious private schools, as well as in college and graduate school programs.  Len has also worked as a consultant providing professional development to math teachers, and is a founder of Smart Prep, a tutoring service for classroom standardized tests.


Chemistry for Teens, $250
Mondays 1:00

This chemistry class will serve as a foundation; as well, both it, and the teacher can function as support for students aspiring to take chemistry Regent's.  It is a lab class where there will be hands-on activity and/or experimentation at every class meeting, sometimes as the focus of the lesson, other times as an introductory or supplemental activity.

Based on consistent investigations of matter, chemical reactions, and the role of energy in those reactions, the class content will regard a wide array of chemistry topics including matter and change with separation of mixtures, and density experiments, atomic structure including subatomic and isotopes, periodic trends of ionization, electronegativity, atomic radius as well as bonding (ionic, covalent, metallic, nomenclature), organic and nuclear chemistry, and more.

No prerequisites required.  All materials are included

Teacher: Cindy Molk
Cindy Molk is a New York State Certificated teacher with over 20 years of experience teaching science including, AP, at the middle and high school level in both public and prestigious private schools and programs.  Cindy received her Bachelor of Science – Biology from SUNY Oneonta, and her Masters of Science- Environmental Engineering from the University of Maine, Orono. and has also been awarded the Earle Dexter Award for Excellence in Teaching.


Fencing: Sword Play and Games, $230
Mondays 3:00 or Fridays 2:30

Like a physical game of chess!  Like a strategic game of tag!

Entertaining and enthralling, fencing provides a unique mix of physical, intellectual and emotional activity that is open to all ages, levels, shapes and sizes!

Fencing enhances overall development as it simultaneously channels student's energy, enhances coordination, equilibrium and agility, raises student’s consciousness of his or her own body/spatial awareness, self discipline, cognition, and is loads of fun!

Teachers are fencing masters that herald from prestigious academies with the New York City area.  Most are award winning, some national champions, and all have years of teaching and/or coaching experience.


The Cupcake Class: Descriptive Writing for Teens, $175
Mondays 4:00

How can you write one page about eating a cupcake?
What about a paragraph on a painting?
How do you describe your favorite song for a music blog?

We experience the world through our perceptions. Whether it’s sight, taste, smell, touch or hearing, we absorb and perceive our surroundings using our five senses. In this class we will learn how to precisely and comprehensively express what we perceive using the written word.

We will use shared experiences (including field trips to bakeries, markets, galleries, etc) to write thoughtful, descriptive essays that will make students better writers but will also leave them looking at the world differently.

This class will be taught by Aida Gureghian.
Aida is a writer and a teacher who received her Masters from University of Oxford and her PhD from University of Pennsylvania.



Digital Photography for Teens, $250
Photography is a fascinating art form, a fun hobby and a useful life skill. In this class, teens will explore both the art and technique of photography, viewing the work of photographers from different eras while we learn basic camera skills including exposure, composition, lighting and focus. We’ll have two class outings to captivating parks and gardens in the vicinity of The ROC, then return to the classroom to view and discuss our photographs. We’ll cover how best to upload and store photographs, and how to manipulate color, contrast, sharpness and framing on the computer. We’ll discuss the most effective ways to display photos on the web and in social media. We’ll learn to make stunning prints of our photographs, and how to mat, hang and prepare an exhibition as the class will culminate in a photo show at The ROC to which family and friends will be invited.

Each student should bring to every class a DSLR or compact camera, or at minimum an iPhone or good quality camera phone.

This class is being taught by Katherine Bourbeau.
Katherine is a photographer who specializes in fine art, performing arts and travel photography. She has been a photography editor for a variety of media clients including LIFE and Time Magazines, Fortune, Vanity Fair, and the New York Times. She was the photography editor for The Century book (and television series) produced by Peter Jennings of ABC News, which covers the history of the 20th Century in 400 rarely seen photographs, and was a New York Times bestseller for 45 weeks. Her work can be seen at www.kbourbeau.com. Katherine is the mom of a 13-year-old homeschooling daughter who loves art, animation and comics.



Where in the World is Dinner? Cooking class, $250
Mondays 5:00


In this class, students will learn their way around the kitchen, as well as basics of cooking, as they learn about foods from around theworld.  

From picking out fresh produce to feeling squishy dough between their fingers, students will develop and enhance their appreciation for freshly made food, and world culture.

Students will implement recipes and measure out ingredients, but also learn how to prepare foods using their own judgment.  Students will learn about both meal and menu planning including the nutritional benefits of the foods being prepared. as well about taste distinctions/acquired tastes, and balancing meals taste-fully. Kitchen safety, culinary terms and techniques will also be learned.

Starting with a focus on foods from the Mediterranean, we will explore what dishes are popular, as we discover what it tells us about the cultures of the countries, how geography shapes how we all eat, and how what we eat represents culture.


This class will be taught by Aida Gureghian.
Aida is a foodie who is also a writer and a teacher who received her Masters from University of Oxford, and her PhD from University of Pennsylvania.
Both challenging AND fun, for all levels   -  from those just being introduced to the game to serious competitors looking to sharpen skills for tournament competition - and everyone in between!



Chess class, $195
Mondays 4:30 or 5:20

tactics--  opening theory-- endgames--  strategy --

Both challenging AND fun, these chess classes are for all levels of students who are interested in chess  -  from those just being introduced to the game to serious competitors looking to sharpen skills for tournament competition - and everyone in between!

Each class will begin with a chess puzzle or problem solving lesson followed by time for games with other students and the teacher, and sometimes team-chess games will be incorporated as well. These classes will both emphasize formative skills in an engaging, fun environment as well as invite motivated, experienced students to learn together.  

Beginners learn:
-rules of chess and fundamental concepts such as check, checkmate,
stalemate and their continuous practice
-how to properly play the crucial first moves of a game
-elementary tactics such as fork and pin
-elementary endgames such as king and pawn versus king
-special moves such as castling, pawn promotion and en passant
-how to attack and checkmate the opponent's king by studying common
checkmating patterns
-and much more!

Intermediate/Advance students will enhance their development of openings, middle game, and end game, including learning:

-advanced tactics with all kinds of discovered attacks
-discovered checks and double checks
-how to checkmate the lonely king with two bishops
-more about basic endgame strategies such as the opposition
-advanced tactics of skewer, x-ray attack, back-rank weakness,
decoy, deflection and removing the defender
-a larger repertoire of the checkmating mating patterns
-how to checkmate in two moves puzzles to improve their visualization
and calculation skills
-checkmate in three moves
-and much more!

These classes are being taught by Raphael D'lugoff,  USCF Expert who has been teaching for over 16 years in several schools and programs including 92nd St. Y, Heschel, and the Collegiate School among others


Advanced Lego Robotics, Mindstorms, AGES 10+ $275
Mondays 6:30
Students will have an awesome time building and programming robots, using motors and various sensors (light, touch, sound, etc), that can negotiate challenges and perform progressively more complex maneuvers.

Students engineer - design, construct and program a variety of projects such as robots that can dance, navigate obstacle courses and mazes, shoot ping pong balls, play basketball … and much more!

Each class will include a STEM concept discussion, robot building, missions, challenges, games, and playtime with robots while providing level-appropriate assignments for building and programming.  
 


Math for grades 2-5, $250
Wednesdays 1:30 or Fridays 11:00

Using stories, games and puzzles, hands-on projects, pictures, discussions, journal writings, etc, and incorporating the Multi-Modality philosophy of teaching through cross-conversations of the same concept, the class will address different ways students learn -  pictures for visual learners, hands-on for tactile learners etc. -  in order to help each student discover and enhance their own best methods for approaching mathematics.

Beginning Lego Robotics, $260
Fridays 12:00

Physics, technology, and engineering through the exploration of simple machines, as well as basic mechanics, simple and complex gearing, and also concepts of motorization, locomotion, and sensing and programming while building models of real-world devices such as carousels, cranes, dune buggies, conveyor belts and more.

Astronomy for ALL AGES, $125
Fridays 1:15

This class will be about the universe and everything in it!  
From the planets and objects more close to home in our solar system, and stars in our galaxy, to the most distant galaxies that scientists have discovered.

The nature of astronomical objects will be investigated as well as the physical processes that govern their formation, progression and interactions. We will explore history of theories in the the field, as well as most recent and interesting ideas in astronomy including the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe.

The purpose of this class is to teach the students about the universe and to encourage scientific thought and analytical thinking.  No previous knowledge about astronomy or mathematics required.  All materials are included.

This class is being team taught two mature young gentlemen who have been educated within our own homeschooling community, one of whom is well on his way to becoming a theoretical physicist.  They both love science and sharing their their knowledge, especially that which is not very well understood in our society's ever changing landscape of understanding. We are all extremely excited about all the learning fun they have planned for this class.

String Theory: The theory of everything! for Teens, $125
Fridays 2:30

String theory is a theory of our universe which could potentially describe everything in our universe and how it all works. It has completely revolutionized the way we look at the universe and everything in it. 

This class will explain what String Theory is, what is required for the theory to work, as well as everything that string theory predicts. This class will explain string theory without using mathematics (except for a little bit of algebra and geometry) and will give the students a better understanding of why it is the theory of everything that physicist have been looking for since Einstein. 

The main goals of this class are for students to understand the implications and predictions of String Theory, and to be able to thoroughly comprehend String Theory as the theory of everything.

This class is being team taught two mature young gentlemen who have been educated within our own homeschooling community, one of whom is well on his way to becoming a theoretical physicist.  They both love science and sharing their their knowledge, especially that which is not very well understood in our society's ever changing landscape of understanding. We are all extremely excited about all the learning fun they have planned for this class.

 
College Prep Writing: How to Become a Successful Writer in College, $250
Fridays 1:30 or 3:30

This class will teach students how to write analytical, argument-driven essays that
will “wow” their college professors! We will start by learning the basics. How do you strategize when writing an essay? What are the key components? What’s the
difference between analysis and opinion? From there we will learn about structure.
What is your argument? What’s the most convincing way to present your argument? Students will learn how to prepare an outline and a thesis and present their evidence effectively. Once students have mastered the basics, they will use excerpts from literary and historical sources to craft strong essays that are incisive, thoughtful and powerful.

This class is being taught by Aida Gureghian.
Aida is a writer and educator who has taught at the college level, and was inspired to create this class by being very "un-wowed" by level of writing turned in by her college students.  Aida received her Masters from University of Oxford, and her PhD from University of Pennsylvania.


American History through Jazz & Blues Ages 12+, $250
Fridays 12:30 or 4:30


Listen to any music today – from Jay Z to Iggy Azalea – and chances are you will hear the influence of jazz & blues.

This class will dive into this most American of musical genres and explore its
connection to American history. From its origins then following Louis Armstrong as he journeys from New Orleans to Chicago and eventually to New York – just in time for the Harlem Renaissance, then journey on to explore bebop, cool jazz, all the way to hip hop and more.
With a combination of live musical examples and recordings students will learn
about American history through the ears of a jazz & blues musician. All materials
will be provided and no previous knowledge of jazz or music theory is required.


This class will be led by Daniel Barnidge. He is a working composer and graduate of New School and Mannes Conservatory. Daniel has been teaching music and music history for over 10 years.

 

Community Events

TMP 2014-2015
TEEN MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM 
-Teen Time Hangouts
-Movie Club
-Director's Clug
-Improv Club
-Anime Club
- Yoga classes
-Knitting Circle
-Class Discounts
And much more!

Only $250 for the entire school year! 

The Teen Membership Program (TMP) is a special program born out of a collaboration between The ROC and Different Directions Collective, created with the goal of providing a permanent sustainable program geared solely towards building community for homeschooling teens.

All TMP Clubs, Teen Time Hours, gatherings, field trips, activities, and special events are monitored, facilitated, mentored, supported and/or led by responsible parent/teacher Advisors in the tradition of homeschooling style child-led learning in which TMP members have the freedom to socialize, create and develop activities and goals of their own individual and group interests. 

In addition to being able to enjoy discounts on selected classes, field trips, special activities and events, members are also welcome to their own TMP Teen Time Open Hours at The ROC and Different Directions Collective at least two or more days a week during the school year providing safe, healthy environments where homeschooling teens can have opportunities for consistent interactions to share, learn, produce, create, also make and cultivate friendships, and just hangout.

TMP Members are free to participate in as many of the clubs, activities, trips events and Teen Time Open Hours as their schedule allows.  We will start the school year Teen Time offerings with Movie, Director's, Improv and Anime Clubs, and Knitting and Yoga classes.  The schedules are generally set around the interested membership, so the most current schedule information is sent to registered members..





Teen Movie Night! 
at The ROC! 
Select Sundays
5:30-8:30pm

Welcome to the first TEEN MOVIE NIGHT! 
Come and enjoy a meaningful film with fellow teens!

The first film in this series will be THE HELP – this was the result of a vote held in my fall semester classes.   The runner-up film to be featured next (date TBD) is MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL.   Teens will be able to choose the next film in this series!

We’ll discuss the film following the viewing, and I’ll provide some further reading suggestions based on various themes covered in the movie.  

Pizza and snacks provided!
Cost:  FREE for Teen Membership Program members;  $5 for non-members!
(Get 1 movie night for $5, or be able to watch movies with friends every weekday of the year - and so much more - for less than $1 a day with a TMP Membership!)

 



Halloween Swing & Line Dance Party !!!  
Wednesday, October 30th, 5pm-8pm


Learn steps with Amy Heller, then 
dance the night away! 
Come in costume!!! Candy Showers throughout the evening!!!  Free entry. Snacks and food plates available with donation.  Activities planned by, and geared to Ages:10-14 
(Special room set-up with activities for younger siblings!) 

OPEN TO ALL!  
Please RSVP to Cheryl


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFV76Rslh1k

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZwV-luN4Z0



FREE Capoeira Demonstrations/Sample classes! 

at The ROC during the school year, at LaPlaza Cultural Community Garden in the summer - click on the CALENDAR (top left column) for schedules!

Capoeira teachers and experts will perform, then afterwards invite
those who are interested to participate in a sample class.
To RSVP, please email Melle at TheROCFamily@gmail.com

Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that blends elements of
dance, music, tumbling and self-defense which is rich in culture and
history.

It provides a well-rounded, multi-faceted form of exercise and coordination improvement activity that fully engages children, teens and adults physically, mentally and emotionally.

Capoeira is taught (played) as a series of games that gradually expand
upon various simple motor skills such as walking, running, jumping and skipping, elevating to advanced acrobatics.  As well as channeling
children’s physical energy and helping them learn discipline, Capoeira simultaneously raises the student’s consciousness of his or her own body coordination and spatial awareness enabling them to fully explore their own personal capabilities while working at his or her own pace.

Students learn movements through three stages: standards of fundamentals and basics, advancing to greater control, flexibility and coordination with rhythmic movements to efficient execution and physical maturity as skills are achieved and surpassed.

Through all stages, live music is played and taught right along with
the movements which allows students to enhance physical skills and
balance, as well as nervous system equilibrium, efficient release of
tension and cultural understanding.




The ROC's FREE
Community Acupuncture Circle
Second Monday from January - May 2013

    
Stress Relief 
                   Boost Immunity  
                                   Revitalize


Beginning Monday, January 14, 2013 from 12:00-5:00

The treatments provided during these clinic sessions will be Community-Style Acupuncture. Treatments will be in a group setting with the chairs in a circular formation. Participants will receive
their treatments while seated and the acupuncture points used will be
in the ears and possibly the hands and feet. Needles will be retained
between 30-45 minutes during which time the participant can quietly
talk to their neighbor or silently meditate and relax.

The protocols
used will help to induce relaxation, release stress and balance the nervous system. The collective energy of the group will definitely
enhance the healing and we hope people will leave feeling revitalized,
clearer, and stronger in their resolve to survive whatever life challenges them with.



Children are welcome to accompany their parents as long as they can

stay under their supervision during their time at The ROC. There will
be no childcare provided during the clinic. Children may also receive
treatments using noninvasive acupressure techniques if they want.
Healing can be a family affair!

 

Community Events 

Past Events:



ENCHANTED GATHERINGS FALL HARVEST HOLIDAY GIFT FAIRE & FUNDRAISER at The ROC
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2011

Dear Friends Small and Tall,

After you've been Thankful with friends & family and survived
department store chaos, please join us for a FREE Grateful and
Enchanted Celebration of Nature's Bounty!  We'll be sharing some of
our enchanted magic at this special fundraiser - you can have a lot of fun while also getting some of your holiday shopping done!

Children’s FREE Entertainment from 12:30 to 3pm
Children’s Nature-Craft Activities 12:30 to 3pm
Holiday Gift Market from 12:30 to 4pm
Raffles throughout the day

Free children's entertainment includes music, singing, and imaginativedramatic storytelling with Jimble the Elf.

Delicious Fall-tastic food and wonderful nature-craft activities such as glass leaf-lantern making, raffia dream catchers, mini canoe
constructing and more, all offered for a modest donation. (your help
keeps this class and all classes at The ROC going!)

Raffles for amazing prizes such as a year-long membership to CMOM,
passes to Children's Museum of the Arts, tickets to MET Opera and
other theatrical performances (including some homeschool productions) will happen throughout the day.
(raffle prizes can also be great gifts!)

Gift Market featuring handmade wares from talented local
artisan-vendors round out our day of enchanted fun.....

PRICE:
FREE to enter (donations welcome) and all entertainment is FREE
Crafting activities, food offerings and raffles ranging from $1-$5 donation

Vendor prices start in the under $10 range with a full price range of offerings.
Including an exclusive hand-bound, color-printed Enchanted Gatheringsbooklet that will include poems, fingerplays, and songs, imaginativeactivities, and step-by-step craft instructions with photos, for those who wish to extend the elfish enjoyment and fun at home.

Every Thursday afternoon at The ROC our class has delighted children (and their families!) with nature-imbued and imagination-infused activities including poems and fingerplays, fairy tales and songs, dancing and drama (with the children taking on roles and characters), and nature-inspired arts-and-crafts.  We've helped timid trolls,feathered pixie nests, befriended owls and enjoyed weekly adventurestromping through forests, soaring through skies, and sloshing throughbogs. It's been grand and we want the enchantment to continue!

RSVPs would be greatly appreciated.  Also, if you are a skilled crafter and would like a table (from $10-$25, depending on size), or if you would like to volunteer your enchanted talent/skill, or just help out in general, please emailTheROC93@gmail.com

Hope to see you on the 26th!

Wishing you all Happily Enchanted Holidays! 


FOOD & TALK 
BY DONATION: 
A Day with Sandra Dodd

Friday, February 18, 2011

1:00 – 3:30pm 
Introduction to Unschooling with Sandra Dodd. Sometimes less is more. Sorting out how people learn from the way most of us were taught in school is a worthy undertaking for homeschoolers. Adults routinely learn things on their own at their own speed, and children can too, with help and encouragement. 

4:00 – 5:00pm
The Deeper Meaning of Unschooling: A frank discussion between Sandra Dodd and Peter Kowalke.
Sandra Dodd and grown unschooler Peter Kowalke discuss unschooling as lifestyle and the lasting influence it can have on a person's life--both positive and less positive! This discussion will be recorded for later broadcast on Unschooler.com.

6:00 – 8:30pm Brave New Thoughts – Unschooling with Sandra Dodd
This presentation will be a reassuring (or maybe disturbing or embarrassing) talk on how people think when they're not thinking about thinking, and how they COULD think if they thought about it. It will be about unschooling and thinking. About learning and life.

Sandra will talk about unschooling, followed by time for questions and answers. All ages are welcome. There will be a separate room for kids (childcare may be provided during the presentations at $3/child if we have enough people who want it). We’ll be "passing the hat" in hopes of recovering Sandra's traveling costs and expenses for the ROC (or you can also contribute NOW through Paypal, sent toTheROC93@gmail.com as a "Personal/Other" transaction to avoid fees). Please consider making a donation to thank Sandra for her time and generosity and to the ROC for making this event possible! 

The ROC will offer a large selection of delicious food (suggested donation $2 for snack plate, $4 dinner plate). Vegan and gluten-free options available.

Please RSVP by Friday, 2/11, to Mary Draper for directions, with number for food, and if you would like childcare. Drop ins also welcome. Mark your calendars and spread the word! (Sandra will be speaking at various places in PA, NJ, NY and CT in February. For details ask Mary.)

Sandra Dodd writes and talks about unschooling. Sandra is a mother of three always unschooled children, now 24, 22 and 19. You can read more at SandraDodd.com. She is a writer, a former classroom teacher, and a well-known voice in online discussions about unschooling. She likes to help parents be thoughtful and creative. Families around the world credit her with helping make their lives richer and happier. She has written for Home Education Magazine, Life Learning, Live Free Learn Free, and other publications. She has also published Moving a Puddle, a collection of her essays and Sandra Dodd’s Big Book of Unschooling.

Peter Kowalke is a lifelong unschooler based in New York, and he currently serves as editor-in-chief of Unschooler.com. He is the creator of the Grown Without Schooling documentary (2001), which follows 10 grown homeschoolers and candidly explores the lasting influence of home education. He has been a columnist for Home Education Magazine (1997–2002), Home Educator’s Family Times (2004–07) and Life Learning Magazine (2004–08). Peter also has worked for homeschooling umbrella school, Clonlara, and Indian homeschooling advocates, Shikshantar Andolan.


CONCERT SERIES:
starting
Friday, October 15, 2010, 4:00 pm
Immediately Following the NYCHEA meeting

Concert #1
Violin Duets through the Ages
Duets by Telemann, Kalliwoda, Bartok, and Lanctot. Musicians: Emily Orenstein, Pete Lanctot
 
This will be the first in a series of concerts that will be presented monthly at The ROC by Pete Lanctot. Designed as a quality outreach musical education program, the series will feature Classical, Jazz and Contemporary concerts including Appassionato Duo, Trio, andQuartet, The Metropolitan Brass (brass quintet), Achordial Brio (new music ensemble), Pete Lanctot (violin), Emily Orenstein (violin), NateReit (trombone), Advanced Student Recitals as well as other possibilities. Interest in this series will help develop our music programs, including early music theory and Suzuki group classes. Pete Lanctot is a composer, violinist, and Suzuki teacher who was alsohomeschooled. 

Light refreshments will be available for purchase.

This will be the first in a series of concerts that will be presented monthly at The ROC by Pete Lanctot. Designed as a quality outreach

1st Annual BST FEST! BUY SELL TRADE!!  

  Monday, June 28, 2010
11:00-3:00
 

You bring it someone else takes it away!
Sound good? Have stuff you want to have OUT of your house or out of your sight???  I know I DO!!!

So lets trade, or gimme your best offer, or forgoodnesssakes please just take it away!!!

SPACE FEE: around eight bucks per family or 2 bucks per person. BUT, No one would be turned away on financial basis.

We might also have a low key bake sale table with some goodies to help us all keep up the rag-picker stamina!! All proceeds would go to the ROC.    If anyone is interested in that let me know. That could be a different good way to cover  the cost of the space donation.

What the Heck?: bring your no longer needed clothes, books, “school books”, home items, small appliances. Fabric, yarn,  Anything you once found usefull, or thought you’d find useful but never got around to, outgrown but still in nice condition, sports equipment, (baseball bats too small for your kid, ice/roller skates, etc. etc.)

PS  not a great 
time ?. We can tweek. Or  if there is some major multi-family involved shindig that day that would preclude many who would want to from attending. Let me know. 

Madeline Jaye (Henri, Alma)

 Swap & Share Series
(check calendar!!!)
Pot Luck and Swap.  Let's enjoy sit down meals as a community, bring a dish to share, or contribute to take out - so much affordable yummy food steps from our door!  Also, clear your cabinets and closets and bring your stuff that you are finished with for swapping - books, curriculum, toys, clothes, shoes, kitchenware, appliances, supplies, etc.! - maybe someone else can use it.  Anything unclaimed at the end of the evening will be donated to charity, so get your community service in while you commune with your homeschooling community! 


FRIDAY NIGHT FUNdraisers!
Inspired by Leslie's Family Card's Night, which was inspired by Janet's Girl's Night, last week was Family Movie Night!Inspired by Janet F's idea of a "girl's night out" poker fundraiser for the ROC, we've decided to have "Friday Night Rent Parties for the ROC"!!! Every Friday evening we will get together for fun, snacks, community and support for our center. Some nights will be devoted to families and some will be just for adults. We are starting off this Friday March 5th with a family cards night. We'll play Go Fish, Hearts, Spades, War, Spit, Spoons and whatever other card games folks want to
 play. Everyone is welcome from 6:00 pm till whenever. The suggested contribution for family card night is $20 per family. No one will be turned away for being broke. Each family should bring a snack to share, and a $1 per family for paper goods.
Next Friday is open to someone else to organize -- suggestions include karaoke, charades, or something else entirely different!  Bring your ideas!

Let's keep it going forward, passing around the planning baton - there's so many Friday Night themes to explore!

 









2015-2016 School Year 
Check Class Descriptions page for detailed description
            **schedules subject to change**
Any recent updates will be shown on the Calendar
Refer to "Click Here for Calendar" on the left of this page

Winter 2016


MONDAYS
1:00-2:00 CLAYMATION with Joe Vena
2:00-3:00 GEOMETRY for AGES 10+
3:00-4:00 ECOMOMIX & CONSUMER MATH for AGES 8 – 16
3:15-4:30 BEGINNER LEGO ROBOTICS for AGES 4-10
8:00-9:00 PHARMACY TECH for TEENS & Adults

WEDNESDAYS

20-60 minutes sessions, PRIVATE FENCING, AND WRITER’S WORKSHOP
CHESS CLUB meets for games throughout the day
12:00-1:00 BIOLOGY for Ages 7-12
12:00-1:00 POETS AND POETRY for AGES 7-12
12:00-1:00 SOCIAL MEDIA for SOCIAL CHANGE for TEENS
1:00-2:30 READING & WRITING FOR COLLEGE: College Prep Writing for TEENS
1:00-2:00 CLAYMATION with Joe Vena (formerly of CMA)
1:00-2:00 VIDEO MAKING for YouTube
1:00-2:00 ARCHERY
2:00-3:00 FENCING, SWORD PLAY  & GAMES
2:00-3:00 DOES IQ DEFINE YOU? THE SCIENCE OF GENIUSES or THE SCIENCE OF THE BRAIN
2:00-3:00 PORTFOLIO PARADE for Ages 5-9
3:00-4:00 GRAVITY for TEENS: investigating the depths and Dark Matter of the universe
3:00-4:00 TAEKWONDO
3:00-4:00 BEGINNER LEGO ROBOTICS for AGES 4-10
4:00-5:00 COMICS: creating orignial characters and stories through drawing
4:00-5:00 COMMUNICATION and PRESENTATION SKILLS
5:00-6:00 MINECRAFT CLASS AND CLUB
5:00-7:00 FLL ROBOTICS TEAM
5:00-7:00 The SCIENCE OF MEDICATION: Pharmacy Tech classes for TEENS & Adults

FRIDAYS
20-60 minutes sessions of PRIVATE FENCING classes
CHESS CLUB meets for games throughout the day
12:00-1:00 CLAYMATION with Joe Vena (formerly of CMA)
12:00-1:00 GRAVITY for TEENS
12:00-1:00 ASTRONOMY for AGES 8-12
1:00-2:00 ANATOMY for TEENS
1:00-2:00  FENCING, SWORD PLAY  & GAMES
1:00-2:00  GAMES and FUN with MATH: THE GREAT CHASE for AGES 7-12
2:00-3:00 DOES IQ DEFINE YOU? THE SCIENCE OF GENIUSES or THE SCIENCE OF THE BRAIN
2:00-3:00 BUILD YOUR OWN COMPUTER! class
2:00-3:00 ALGEBRA for KIDS for AGES 9-12
2:00-4:00  REGENTS & General TEST PREP MATH for TEENS & TWEENS
3:00-4:00 LOGIC & THEOREMS for AGES 10+
3:00-4:00 AERONAUTICS for AGES 7-12
4:00-5:00 ALGEBRA for AGES 10+ or ECONOMIX & CONSUMER MATH
4:00-5:00 BEGINNER LEGO ROBOTICS for AGES 4-10
5:00-6:00 ADVANCED LEGO ROBOTICS – MINDSTORMS for AGES 10+
5:00-6:30 PORTFOLIO PARADE for Ages 5-9
4:00-5:00 MINECRAFT CLASS & CLUB
5:00-6:00 MINECRAFT CLASS & CLUB
5:00-7:00 (FLL ROBOTICS TEAM)

 

SUNDAYS (Supporting/Sponsoring Members ONLY)
1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 TRAMPOLINE & GYMNASTICS
2:00-3:00 BIOLOGY or ASTRONOMY for Ages 7-12
3:00-4:00 DOES IQ DEFINE YOU? THE SCIENCE OF GENIUSES or THE SCIENCE OF THE BRAIN
4:00-5:00 LOGIC & THEOREMS or GRAVITY for AGES 11+
5:00-7:00 FLL ROBOTICS TEAM
5:00-7:00 MINECRAFT CLASS & CLUB




Fall 2015
Starting September


MONDAYS 

9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

10:30-1:30 The ROC Family Co-op (FULL)

1:00-2:00 Claymation with Joe Vena


TUESDAYS
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)


WEDNESDAYS 
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

Writer's Workshop for AGES 7-11 (several sessions scheduled throughout the day according to students' needs)

11:00-12:00 Microprocesser/controller class (starting later in the fall)

12:00-1:00 Poetry & Poets for ages 7-12

1:00-2:15 Claymation with Joe Vena (FULL)

1:00-2:00 Descriptive & College Prep Writing

1:00-2:00  Archery

2:00-3:00 Fencing, Sword Play & Games  (FULL)

3:00-4:00 Taekwondo

3:00-4:00 Beginner Lego Robotics for AGES 4-10

4:00-5:00 Minecraft Class & Club

4:00-5:00 Money Matters for TWEENS & TEENS

5:00-7:00 Film Review class (pending)

5:00-7:00 Pharmacy Tech for Teens


THURSDAYS
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

12:00-3:00 The ROC Family Co-op (FULL)

2:00-3:00 Regents Prep Math for Teens at Satellite Location in Brooklyn


4:00-5:00 Lego Robotics class AGES 5-12 (FULL)
at Different Directions on West 47th Street

4:00-6:00 2nd Thursdays: Girl Scouts (FULL)


FRIDAYS
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

Chess Club - Matches throughout the day

Fridays or Sundays: Non-Contact Boxing & Fitness

12:00-1:00 
Biology for Ages 7-12

12:20-1:10 Anatomy for TEENS

1:00-2:00 Fencing, Sword Play and Games

1:00-2:00 The Great Chase MATH Game AGES 7-12

2:00-3:00 Does Your IQ Define You? Science of Geniuses

3:00-4:30 Portfolio Parade for AGES 4-9

3:00-4:00 Money, Finance and Consumer Math

4:00-5:00 Logic & Theorems

4:00-5:00 Lego Robotics class AGES 5-11

5:00-6:00 Advanced Lego Robotics-Mindstorms

AGES 10+

5:00-6:00 Regents Prep Math for Teens


Coming soon...
Trampoline and Gym
Web & Video Game Design: Computer Coding
Aeronautics and more!

PRICES:
Classes range from $125 - $350 per class per 10-12 week term 

or Form your own Playgroup - prices start at $185 for 10 weeks

(Member prices are 10 - 90% off regular prices so could be as low as $25 per class to cover an entire 10-12 week term!)

MEMBERSHIPS
The ROC's Membership Program allows members to save while simultaneously contributing to The ROC's sustainability


General Member $100, entitles members to all of the following:
-10% discount off all eligible classes
-15% off classroom space rental
-5% off event space rental
-Free use of The ROC's supplies and materials
 

Contributing Member $500, entitles Contributors to all of the following:
-50% discount off all eligible classes (for example a $210 class fee becomes about $105)
-25% off classroom space rental
-50% off event space rental
-Free unlimited use of The ROC's supplies and materials


Supporting Member $1,000, entitles Supporters to all of the following:
-7
5% discount off all eligible classes (for example a $210 class fee becomes about $50)
-50% off classroom space rental
-80% off event space rental
-Free unlimited use of The ROC's supplies and materials
-Free storage for class/event supplies, materials, equipment, etc.


Sponsoring Member $5,000, entitles Sponsors to all of the following:
-$25 to join any eligible class
-Free classroom space for up to 10 hours, $10 per hour for additional hours
-Free space for 2 events, $50% off additional events
-Free unlimited use of The ROC's supplies and materials
-Free storage for class/event supplies, materials, equipment, etc. 


Teen Membership $250, entitles members to all of the following: 
-10% discount off all eligible classes 
-Free use of The ROC's supplies and materials 
-Teen Time Open Hours in which Members can attend how ever their schedules allow - everyday, once or twice a week, once a month, etc.

Teaching MembershipDesigned on an individual basis



2014-2015 School Year
Spring 2015
Starting April 14


MONDAYS
 

9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

12:00-3:00 The ROC Family Co-op (FULL)


TUESDAYS

Writer's Workshop for AGES 7-11 (several sessions scheduled throughout the day according to students' needs)

12:00-1:00 Biology for Ages 7-11

12:00-1:00 Animal Science

12:00-1:00 Pharmacy Tech for Teens

1:00-2:00 Science of SuperHeroes Ages 7-11

1:00-2:00 Gravity for Teens

2:00-3:00 Archery 

3:00-4:00 Fencing, sword play and games 

3:00-4:30 Descriptive & College Prep Writing

4:30-5:30 Japanese






WEDNESDAYS 
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

12:00-1:00 Poetry & Poets for ages 7-12

1:00-2:00 Science of SuperHeroes for Teens

1:00-2:00 Lego Robotics class AGES 5-9

2:00-3:00 Archery 

3:00 Botany and Herbology

3:00 Portfolio Parade

4:00-6:00 Minecraft Club

5:00-7:00 Kids ROC Cafe: Cooking & Performance class



THURSDAYS
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

12:00-3:00 The ROC Family Co-op (FULL)

4:00-6:00 2nd Thursdays: Girl Scouts (FULL)



FRIDAYS
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

11:00-12:00 Music & Video for AGES 7-11

12:00-1:00 Song Writing & Song Recording 

12:00-1:15 Lego Robotics class AGES 5-9
and/or Advanced for Ages 10+

1:30-2:30 Computer Coding 

2:30-3:30  Fencing, sword play and games

3:00-4:00 Regents Prep Math for Teens

4:00-5:00 Regents Prep Math for Teens



 

Winter 2015
Check Home Page for details


Fall 2014

MONDAYS 

9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

12:00-3:00 The ROC Family Co-op (FULL)

12:00-1:00 Regents Prep Math for Teens

1:00-2:30 Chemistry for Teens (FULL)

2:30-3:30 Video Production for Teens

3:00-4:00 Fencing, sword play and games (FULL)

4:00 Writer's Workshop for AGES 7-11 (FULL)

4:00-5:00 Descriptive Writing Class for Teens

5:00-6:30 Photography for Teens (FULL)

5:00-6:00 Chess

5:00-7:00 Geography Cooking class

6:00-7:00 Advanced Robotics

6:30-8:30 TMP Movie Club presents Monday Night Movies (SELECT MONDAYS)



TUESDAYS
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

10:00-1:00 New Co-op for ages 5-7 accepting families now!

*4:30-6:30 TMP Director's Club at DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS*



WEDNESDAYS 
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

12:00-3:00 New Co-op for ages 5-7 accepting families now!

1:30-2:45 Lego Robotics class AGES 5-9

*2:00-3:30 TMP Knitting Circle at DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS*

*5:00-6:00 TMP Yoga class at DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS*



THURSDAYS
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

12:00-3:00 The ROC Family Co-op (FULL)

4:00-6:00 2nd Thursdays: Girl Scouts (FULL)

4:30-6:30 2ND Thursdays:  TMP Improv Club

*6:00-9:00 3rd Thursdays: TMP Anime Club at DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS*



FRIDAYS
9:30-4:30 The ROC's Toddler Playgroup (FULL)

10:00-1:00 New Co-op for ages 5-7 accepting families now!

11:00-12:00 Music & Video for AGES 7-11

12:00-1:00 Song Writing & Song Recording 

12:00-1:15 Lego Robotics class AGES 5-9

12:30-1:30 American History through Jazz AGES 13+

1:15-2:30 Astronomy for ALL AGES 

1:30-2:30 College Prep Writing AGES 13+

2:30-3:30  Fencing, sword play and games

2:30-3:30 String Theory AGES 12+

3:30-4:30 Table Tennis (Ping Pong) class





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2013-2014 School Year 
New classes coming for the summer, including Fencing! and Improv!, that will also continue in the fall, which will also bring Science! Regents Prep Math! and much more so please keep checking back.... 
Also, send in those requests for classes/events you would like to see now is the perfect time that we can make them happen!

Summer 2014


TUESDAYS 

11:00-2:00 Playschool ROC teacher led coop for AGES 4-8

4:30-6:30 TMP Anime & Movie Teen Time at DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS


WEDNESDAYS 


THURSDAYS


FRIDAYS

11:00-12:00 Beginner Lego Robotics

12:00-3:00 Playschool ROC teacher led coop for AGES 4-9

2:00-3:00  Fencing, sword play and games

3:00-4:00 Acting Fundamentals & Scene Study AGES 12+

4:00-5:00 Improv and Games AGES 12+

5:00-8:00 TMP Movie Club presents Friday Night Movies





Winter and Spring 2014

MONDAYS 

11:00-2:00 The ROC's Family Co-op for AGES 5-7 FULL

2:15-3:30 Lego Robotics class AGES 5-9

3:00-4:30 Lego Club Jr. FLL for AGES 5-7

4:00-6:00 Teen Time Open Hours at Different Directions Collective

4:30-6:00 Teen Time Open Hours at The ROC


TUESDAYS

11:00-2:00 Playschool ROC teacher led coop for AGES 4-7

1:30-4:30 Teen Time Open Hours at Different Directions

4:00-5:15 Lego Robotics class AGES 5-9

3:30-5:30 Teen Time Open Hours at Different Directions


WEDNESDAYS
11:00-12:00 Philosophy for AGES 12+

12:00-1:00 Ethics for AGES 12+

1:00-2:00
Applied Psychology for AGES 12+

2:00-3:00 Debate/Mock Trial for AGES 12+

3:00-4:00 Applied Social Sciences for ALL AGES

3:00-4:00 Narrative Illustration for AGES 8-14

4:00-5:00 Civics (Ethics, Philosophy & Debate) for AGES 8-12

4:00-6:00 Teen Time Open Hours at The ROC

6:00-7:30 Team ROC Lego Club & FLL AGES 10+ 



THURSDAYS
11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 5-7 FULL

3:00-5:00 Teen Time Open Hours at Different Directions Collective

4:00-5:30 Girl Scouts (every 3rd week of the month)



FRIDAYS

11:00-12:00 Capoeira ALL AGES

12:00-3:00 Playschool ROC teacher led coop for AGES 4-7

1:00-2:00 Math classes 

2:00-3:00 Math classes

2:30-4:30 Teen Time Open Hours at The ROC


SATURDAYS
Birthday Parties and Private Events
(Space rental starts at $200 per party!)



Fall 2013


MONDAYS
11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 5-7 FULL

3:00-4:30 Lego Club Jr. FLL for AGES 5-7


WEDNESDAYS
11:00-12:00 Philosophy for AGES 12+

12:00-1:00 Ethics for AGES 12+

1:00-2:00
Applied Psychology for AGES 12+

2:00-3:00 Debate/Mock Trial for AGES 12+

3:00-4:00 Applied Social Sciences for ALL AGES

3:00-4:00

4:00-5:00 Civics (Ethics, Philosophy & Debate) for AGES 8-12

5:00-6:00 Ballroom Dance for TWEEN & TEENS


THURSDAYS
11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 5-7 FULL

4:00-5:00 The Art of Thought & Talk/Philosophy for AGES 12+

4:00-5:30 Girl Scouts (every 3rd week of the month)

5:00 Lego Kit class AGES 5-9

5:15-6:00 Capoeira

6:00-7:30 Team ROC Lego Club & FLL AGES 10+


FRIDAYS
10:15-11:00 Littlest ROCers! for AGES 0-4 FULL

The ROC's Coop of Classes for AGES 3.5-8, join one or sign up for all three!

11:15-12:00 Little ROCers! for AGES 4-8
12:00-1:30 Little Laureates! for AGES 4-8
1:30-3:30 Playschool ROC! for AGES 3.5-7

SATURDAYS
Birthday Parties and Private Events
(Space rental starts at $200 per party!)




2012-2013 School Year


Summer 2013

Thursdays
12:00-1:00 Debate/Mock Trial AGES 12+

1:00-2:00 Pschology AGES 12+

2:00-3:00 Social Sciences for TWEENS & TEENS

Summer "Samp" Camp AUGUST 13-22
11:00-3:00
Two ages groups: 4-9 and 9-14
Get a chance to sample some of The ROC's most popular School Year classes/teachers, and check out some new ones during this 2 week long intensive.
Several classes and activities each camp day, including:
Science, Capoeira, Lego Robotics, Civics, Ballroom Dance, outdoor activities, and more!


 
Winter/Spring 2013

MONDAYS
11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 5-7

Second Mondays of the Month
12:00-5:00 Community Acupuncture Circle



WEDNESDAYS
1:00-2:30 Lego Club AGES 5-7


THURSDAYS
11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 5-7

12:00-1:00 Ethics for AGES 12+

1:00-2:00 The Art of Thought & Talk/Philosophy for AGES 12+ 

2:00-3:00 Debate/Mock Trial for AGES 12+

2:00-3:30 Acting/Comedy/Improv TEENS & TWEENS

3:00-4:00 Civics:Ethic, Philosophy & Debate for AGES 8-12

4:00-5:00 Capoeira for TWEENS

4:00-5:00 Applied Psychology for AGES 12+

5:00-6:00 Capoeira for TEENS

8:00-9:00 Performance: Father Joiner's Purgative Poetry Project


FRIDAYS
8:00-9:00 Performance: Father Joiner's Purgative Poetry Project

SATURDAYS 
Birthday Parties and Private Events
(Space rental starts at $200 per party!)



2011-2012 School Year
Check Class Descriptions page for detailed description
**schedules subject to change**
Any recent updates will be shown on the Calendar
Refer to "Click Here for Calendar" on the left of this page

Winter 2012

MONDAYS
11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 3-6


TUESDAYS
12:30-1:30 Primary Ballet for AGES 3-8

1:00-2:30 Seriously Fun Science AGES 9+
(starting in mid-February)

2:00-3:30 Film Making Class with Children's Museum of the Arts (through January)

1:30-2:30 Ballet 1 for AGES 8+


THURSDAYS
11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 3-6

12:00-1:00 Ethics AGES 12+

1:00-2:00 The Art of Thought & Talk, AKA Building Blocks for AGES 12+

2:00-3:00 Debate AGES 12+

3:00-4:00 Civics: the Art of Thought & Talk, & Debate AGES 8-12

3:00-4:00 Once Upon a ROC: Story, Movement, Crafts
Nature inspired story, craft and movement class for AGES 3-6


FRIDAYS
4:00-5:30 Private Use

SATURDAYS
Birthday Parties and Private Events
(Space rental starts at $200 per party!)



FALL 2011

MONDAYS 
11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 3-6

4:00-6:30 Teen Film Class for ages AGES 12 +


THURSDAYS
10:30-11:30 Primary Ballet for AGES 3-8

11:00-2:00 Playschool Co-op for AGES 3-6

12:00-1:00 Ethics AGES 12+

1:00-2:00 The Art of Thought & Talk, AKA Building Blocks for AGES 12+ 

1:00-2:00 Ballet 1 for AGES 9+

2:00-3:00 Debate AGES 12+

3:00-4:00 Civics: the Art of Thought & Talk, & Debate AGES 8-12

3:00-4:00 Enchanted Gatherings: 
Nature inspired story, song, craft and movement class led by an elf for AGES 3-6

2010-2011 School Year

WINTER/SPRING 2011

MONDAYS
11:00-12:00 Steven Tenney Math for AGES 6-10

11:00-2:00 Preschool Program AGES 3-6

11:30-12:30 Ethics AGES 12+

12:00-1:00 General Science: Chemistry, Biology, Geology, Physics, and more AGES 8-12

12:00-1:00 Chess - Intermediate/Advanced

12:30-1:30 The Art of Thought & Talk, AKA Building Blocks for AGES 12+ 

1:00-2:00 Chess - Beginners

1:30-2:30 Debate AGES 12+

2:15-3:30 Monthly Math for Middle Schoolers 

2:30-3:30 Public Speaking AGES 12+

2:30-3:30 Brain Science for AGES 12+

2:30-4:00 Japanese II AGES 12+

2:30-3:30 Lego Robotics, Video Game Design & Computer Animation for AGES 8-12 and 12+ 

2:45-3:30 Little Builders with 7 year old Neo

4:30-5:30 Lego Robotics & Applied Mathematics for
AGES 4-7

4:00-5:00 The Art of Thought & Talk, & Debate AGES 8-12

5:00-6:00 Beginner Ballet AGES 9+

4:00-6:30 Teen Film Class for ages AGES 12 +


THURSDAYS

11:00-2:00 Preschool Program AGES 3-6

2:00-3:00 Introduction to Ballet AGES 3-12

3:00-4:00 Beginning Ballet for AGES 9+


FRIDAYS
2:30-4:00 Playgroups for AGES 3-6 & AGES 8-12

6:00-7:30 Movie Night with Discussion led by teenagers 
ALL AGES but discretion is advised


FALL 2010

MONDAYS

10:00-11:00 Public Speaking AGES 12+

10:45-11:45 Steven Tenney Math for AGES 6-10

11:00-12:00 Building Blocks AGES 12+

11:30-12:30 Martial Arts with Zachary Mabry AGES 6+

12:00-1:00 General Science AGES 8-12 

12:00-1:00 Introduction to Debate AGES 12+

1:00-2:00 Introduction to Ethics AGES 12+

1:00- 2:00 Literature & Writing AGES 8-12 

2:00-3:30 Beginning Japanese AGES 12+

2:00-3:00 Lego Robotics & Applied Mathematics 
AGES 8-12 

4:00-6:30 Teen Film Class for ages AGES 12 +


TUESDAYS
1:00-2:00 Lego Robotics & Applied Mathematics for
AGES 4-7

2:00-3:00 Martial Arts with Zachary Mabry AGES 6+



WEDNESDAYS
9:45-11:30 Mommy & Me Baby Sign Language

12:00-2:00 Sign Language classes for mixed ages


THURSDAYS
10:40-12:10 Math with Sara for AGES 8-12

11:00-12:30 Science, Art & Story AGES 3-6

12:30-1:30 Math with Sara AGES 3-6 

12:30-1:30  Lego Robotics & Applied Mathematics 
AGES 8-12 AND 12+

1:30-3:00 Playgroup for AGES 3-6

1:30-2:30 Improv AGES 8-12 

2:30-4:00 Foreign Language Study and Latin AGES 12+ 

2:30-4:00 Literature & Writing AGES 12+

4:00-6:00 The Movie Studio AGES 8-11
Kids coming together to make movies

6:00-7:30 Movie Night for AGES 12+