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Children ages 3-8 are invited to learn how to play the recorder! We are partnering with Lessonface, a platform that connects students with great teachers for online classes, to offer free live group music lessons. This beginner course is a 6-week series for children and their caregivers. It will run for approximately an hour on six consecutive Sundays, beginning on October 4 at 3 p.m. Each child will be provided with a new recorder that they may keep. Participating families do not need any other specific supplies or prior musical experience, but they will need a computer/tablet with a webcam for Zoom.Registration is required only once for the entire 6-week session (October 4, 11, 18, 25, & November 1, 8). Multiple children (ages 3-8) in each household are welcome to attend together, but please register only one child per household.Please make sure to include your email address to ensure that you receive the Zoom invite.
Children ages 3-8 are invited to learn Spanish! We are partnering with Lessonface, a platform that connects students with great teachers for online classes, to offer free live group language and music lessons. This beginner course is a 6-week series for children and their caregivers. It will run for approximately an hour on six consecutive Tuesdays, beginning on October 6 at 11:30 a.m. Participating families do not need any specific supplies or prior Spanish-speaking experience, but they will need a computer/tablet with a webcam for Zoom.Registration is required only once for the entire 6-week session (October 6, 13, 20, 27, & November 3, 10). Multiple children (ages 3-8) in each household are welcome to attend together, but please register only one child per household.Please make sure to include your email address to ensure that you receive the Zoom invite.
Dream – Build – Create! Enjoy a virtual film screening of the award-winning documentary “Dream Big: Engineering Our World”, which introduces engineers and engineering to people of all ages, especially families and children. Virtually travel the world to see engineering in action, from the Great Wall of China, to solar car races in Australia, and underwater robots in the USA.All ages welcome, but this program is geared toward grades 4 and up. Optional live, interactive panels with engineering experts will also be available to participants. You will be able to watch the film at any time on the date you register for. Please register for one of these screening days: Tuesday November 10, Saturday November 14, Tuesday November 17, or Tuesday November 24. The film is approximately 45 minutes long and is available in English, Spanish, and closed captioning. Registration is required for the film link and for information about the live panel discussions. Please register once per family.This film is by MacGillivray Freeman Films, in collaboration with The American Society of Civil Engineers Foundation and StarNet.
Families are invited to join us for a live and interactive evening family storytime on Zoom! We will share stories and rhymes before bedtime. Jammies and stuffies are not required but are definitely encouraged! This storytime is geared toward children ages 2-5, but all are welcome. Storytime will meet on Zoom on the second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each month, and registration is required separately for each session. Join us as often as you are able!The Fall dates are:
Please include your email address in order to get the Zoom link prior to the program.
Kindermusik is the leading music and movement program for children in early childhood development. We offer three sessions, all with a licensed Kindermusik teacher, and all will be live on ZOOM.Please note the ages/times, as these are different from our past sessions:
No equipment or supplies are necessary, but feel free to bring any musical instruments you may have, including shakers, sticks, scarves, bells, etc! Registration is required and begins one month prior to the event. Please register one child per family (no adult registration needed). We will send you the Zoom link prior to the class, so please include your email address!
A HISTORY OF HUMANS, HUSKIES, AND HEALTH IN ALASKA
Did you know that the real Balto is at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History?
Learn about the amazing achievements of mushers and their sled dogs on your day off of school. Educators from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History will present the story of Balto and the heroic dogs and mushers of the 1925 Alaskan Serum Run, and compare their experience to the Iditarod of today.It’s a ‘tail’ for all ages!All ages are welcome to attend, though this is an educational event geared towards Kindergarten to 12 graders. Registration is required. This program will be recorded.
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