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EveryBody Signs American Sign Language Class for Kids

EveryBody Signs is offering an ASL class for kids to read stories, have conversations, do skits and make art, all in American Sign Language! The teacher, Steve Weiner, is a Newton North EdCo graduate, a teacher at Horace Mann School for the Deaf, and a Magician!

Although classes have already started, contact Rebecca Wangh, rebeccabella@gmail.com if you’re interested in joining. Flyer available here: EveryBody Signs Flyer

Sundays, October 7th – December 16th, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Auburndale Community Library

Makers’ Corner Clubs for Middle School

Announcing new fall clubs at the Makers’ Corner! The Makers’ Corner after school program serves students in grades 6-8, and is located in the Underwood School. To register for all clubs, visit www.underwoodafterschool.org.

3-D Printing Introduction and Designing for Real Life – open to 6th-8th grade
Designed for newcomers to the world of 3-D printing, this club will introduce students to 3-D modeling and the 3-D printer using Tinkercad, and use these tools to solve real-life design problems.

October 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, November 6th,  2:00 – 4:15 pm


Stop-Motion Animation – open to 6th-8th grade
In this club, students will plan out a short film, using either found or handmade characters and scenery, and produce the movie from start to finish, ending with a shareable video to show friends and family.

October 11th, 18th, 25th, November 1st, 8th, 2:45 – 4:15 pm


Woodworking Club – open to 6th-8th grade
In this workshop, make your very own wooden objects, ranging from utensils (spoons, spatulas, spreaders and chopsticks) to coasters and other wares.

October 12th, 19th, 26th, November 2nd,  9th, 2:45 – 4:15 pm

Introduction to Energy Medicine for Self-Healing

Do you want to feel more flow in your life, so you don’t have to orchestrate every detail? Would you like to have the tools to pave your own way? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to feel more ease in your life? Join this one-day workshop. For more information, click here: Energy Medicine.

Interested in the benefits of studying abroad?

Join other parents and college bound students for “Visit dozens of European & Canadian colleges in one morning w/Sharon Olofsson!”  Sharon is an international college consultant at GatewayEdConsulting.com. She will give her perspective after visiting dozens of colleges in Europe and Canada in the last few years, discussing:

•College selection
•Cost comparison with the U.S.
•and more!

Signup at https://www.meetup.com/College-Abroad/events/254923610/
October 13th, 10:00 am,  Lexington

Soccer on the Mat

Soccer on the Mat ™, the innovative soccer/yoga program for girls ages 10 to 14 and created by Alison Foley, Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Boston College, is now registering for the winter session. This is a great program for the soccer off-season! Early bird discount ends October 15th.

Registration online

Twelve week program on Wednesdays or Thursdays,  4:00 – 5:30 pm, $325.00 or save 20% with early bird discount – $259.00 if you register by October 15th.

If you want to preview the first class, please register and select the “preview first class” option for either November 7th or 8th. There is no pro-rating or early bird discount if you do preview the class.

Learn more about Soccer on the Mat:
https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/regionals/west/2016/11/11/for-young-soccer-players-yoga/rtIEcmnyc5IXYLevGxuR7K/story.html

http://www.artemisyoga.com/classes/soccer-on-the-mat/

Youth Hockey’s Learn to Skate (LTS) and Sprites/Learn to Play (LTP)

Registration is now open for Newton Youth Hockey’s Learn to Skate (LTS) and Sprites/Learn to Play (LTP) programs. These programs offer a great opportunity for your child to learn to ice skate and play hockey – as well as become involved in a team sport!

LTS consists of two 9 week Saturday sessions; Session 1 is November 10th – January 5th and Session 2 is January 12th – March 9th.  There is a discount when you register for both sessions.

Sprites/LTP will run from November 3rd – March 10th and this year includes scrimmages with the Watertown Youth Hockey Learn to Play Program.

Additional information on the programs is available on the NYH website, please visit the LTS and Sprites/LTP pages.  You can also email the program directors with any questions:

Chandra Adams, Director LTS, and Lisa Casillo, Intramural VP and Director Sprites/LTP.

Percussion Lessons

Percussion lessons for the young and young at heart! Joe Lareau has taught in the Boston area for more than 15 years and offers private percussion tutoring with expertise in West African music and dance, drum set, orchestral, and marching percussion as well as elementary piano.

Joe is successful with helping children who struggle with understanding, performing, and reading music. He teaches using techniques that help the student grasp the larger question of “How to be a musician?” utilizing audio and video examples he recorded while living in Ghana for 6 years.

Tutoring can be one-on-one or group sessions. For more information, please contact him at jlareau@fessenden.org or 508-826-9626.

Private Art Teacher/Tutor Available for Fall Classes

Professional painter and printmaker is available to teach elementary through college age students privately or in small groups upon request. She teaches painting, printmaking, drawing, mixed media, art history, and/or intro to design and will drive to your home for the course.

About the Instructor: Alla Lazebnik is an MFA Painting graduate from Boston University and currently an Art and Design Instructor at Lasell College in Newton. Please contact alla.lazebnik@gmail.com for more details.

Weekends with Newton families

Newton dad, Randy Friedman, of Seven Travel has planned another great line-up of skiing and riding for 2019.  Come join other Newton families and friends and head to the great resorts of New England including Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Waterville Valley, Smugglers Notch, and Jay Peak.  Skiers and non-skiers alike will have a blast meeting other Newton families on the slopes.  Click http://www.seventravel.org and go to Trips.

Boys & Girls Club after school program and more

With many After School programs in Newton at capacity, the Club never turns away any family regarding membership. They serve over 730 members throughout the school year with many contemporary programs and services that exemplify a commitment to serving our community and youth.

The Club also has a licensed After School program called Curiosity Club. This program serves children in grades K-2 with a STEAM curriculum framework.  Fall 2018 programs include 3D printing classes, Sewing, Russian School of Math, Word Wizards, Science Adventures, and much more!  Additionally, the Club offers in-house transportation to the following schools: Cabot, Lincoln Eliot, Franklin, and Burr. The Club was the first youth organization to partner with Sheprd transportation with special Club rates for those who sign-up.

Please check out John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club at  https://www.newtonbgc.com/ or call 617-630-2066 for more information.