The 5-day youth etiquette program is specifically developed for each age group: Mind Your Manners (grades 2-4), Etiquette for Middle Schoolers (grades 5-8), and College Prep: Professional Demeanor (grades 9-12).
The program covers topics such as improving social and communication skills, projecting confidence, combating shyness, strengthening self-esteem and leadership skills, navigating friendships, resolving conflict, understanding social cues, basic manners, table manners, and much more. The final class takes place at a local restaurant over a four-course meal where the students get to show off their newly perfected skills! The fee for the program ranges from $350 to $395.
Level One will begin on July 8th and end July 12th. Level Two will begin on July 15th and end on July 19th. For more information and to enroll visit theetiquetteacademy.org
or call 617-608-3920.
Classes take place at The Etiquette Academy of New England, 1309 Beacon Street, 3rd Floor, Brookline
The Conservatory at Highlands Summer Music Camp Enrollment is Open!
- Rock Band Summer Camps each week of the Summer
- Ages 6 and Up, All Experience Levels
- All levels and instruments welcome
- Ensembles arranged by age and experience
- Students have a lot of fun learning songs and playing together
- Special strings and chamber music week: August 18th
- Concerts weekly on Fridays at 2:00 pm
- More info on the website: http://www.highlandsconservatory.com/music-camps
Each weeklong session is Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, starting June 24th
For more information and Sign Up form click Music Camp or contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-903-0944.
51 Winchester Street, Newton Highlands
Come and learn more about having FUN while doing MATH. Play games, do STEM activities, solve puzzles, and win prizes!
is open to kids (ages 4 – 12) and their parents!
Studio of Engaging Math is a pre-K-8 after-school math program whose mission is to cultivate students’ appreciation of mathematics by fostering intellectual curiosity, critical and logical thinking,spatial reasoning and problem-solving skills to build student confidence and self-esteem.
STEAM is a summer program for children ages 6 – 12. Broaden your child’s exposure to science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). The fun and intimate, hands-on activities of the classes strive to excite and inspire participants about STEAM, creating enthusiasm that will spill over to schoolwork and school choices in future years. Classes include introduction to programming, building and modeling, arts and crafts, logic puzzles and board games. The Studio also offers summer SAT/ACT preparation classes, Math Olympiad Circle, Chess, Coding and more.
Studio of Engaging Math Open House
April 7, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
320 Washington street, Suite 301, Brighton
Come to visit Camp Grossman for the day and explore the 75 pine-studded acres of Hale Reservation with staff led tours of the waterfront, bunk areas and so much more. Meet with senior staff and see what a day at Camp Grossman is like!
Can’t make it? Register using a brand new online portal at bostonjcc.org/grossman-registration. Contact the Camp Grossman Office at 617-244-5124 or email@example.com
if you have any questions.
April 7th, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Nationally Recognized KIDS 4 CODING enters its fourth summer season in Massachusetts and will be offering programs at Bentley University and Leslie University in Cambridge.
KIDS 4 CODING is an affordable option for families who are seeking quality, academic summer activities for their children. Highly interactive and multidisciplinary modules – new every summer – are developed by KIDS 4 CODING in collaboration with teachers and industry professionals to lead campers through fun, age-appropriate projects and challenges that develop skills in game creation and modification, programming techniques, robotics, and other computer science and engineering areas.
Weekly programs are supervised by MA certified teachers and taught by experienced instructors who are passionate about technology. Students enhance their logical thinking, problem-solving, mathematics application and creative abilities in a collaborative, entertaining format.
For ages 7 -16. More information and discount code available here: Flyer
Half-Day Programs $329.00, Full-Day Programs $599.00. To register visit https://www.kids4coding.com/
The Newton Early Childhood Program (NECP), Newton’s only public preschool, hosts its largest school fundraiser of the year starting March 28th.
Get ready to bid for great deals on restaurants, summer camps, birthday parties, gym memberships, and more! Over 100 amazing items from across Newton and the Boston area. Auction proceeds will fund education enrichment programs, community-building events, and classroom materials for our city’s youngest learners.
Visit NECPPTO.ORG/AUCTION. Bidding ends April 6th at 9:00 pm. Good luck!
Plugged In’s April Vacation Camp is open to ages 11-18 of all skill levels. Students will get placed in a band with band members their age and skill level. Each band will write and record a song and make a music video. On the last day, bands will perform in a livestream performance from Plugged In for friends and family to watch online.
The Plugged In Band Program is a unique non-profit rock band program in Needham teaching kids of all skill levels and needs about using music to help others.
In addition to ensemble band classes, private lessons, songwriting workshops, summer camp and community performances, five times a year students perform in benefit concerts that raise money for causes and organizations chosen by the students themselves. Plugged In provides a nurturing and supportive community to which young musicians of all levels and needs feel a sense of belonging, have an opportunity to express and be acknowledged for their musical interests and a chance to use their music to help others around the world.
Registration is also open for Plugged In’s 2-day Songwriting Workshop on May 25th & 26th and Summer Day Camps in July and August. Registration for private lessons is ongoing. Registration and more info about all Plugged In programming is at www.pluggedinband.org.
Founded in 2002, Plugged In now has over 150 students from all over Massachusetts. Some of our students experience emotional and learning difficulties, such as ADD, depression, and low-self-esteem and/or have special needs such as autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. In the loving and non-competitive atmosphere at Plugged In, all differences are transcended through a shared passion for music, the teamwork involved with using music to help others and an atmosphere of compassion and fun.
If you are looking for a great overnight summer camp for your creative 9-16 year-old, please come to an information session and find out what makes Maine Arts Camp so special.
Located on the campus of Colby College, MAC is a small, friendly camp community where children and teens feel comfortable expressing their creativity, pursuing their passions and exploring new skills with support and highly personalized attention from our team of exceptional and experienced professionals. New campers can and do start at any age, be it 9 or 10, 15 or 16 years old and everything in between. MAC provides professional instruction in the visual arts, theater, culinary arts, music, photography/videography and dance, as well as individual sports such as tennis, kayaking, hiking and biking. Add in the first class facilities at Colby College, along with traditional favorites like songs and smores around the camp fire, etc., and this is a place where creative campers can meet like-minded individuals, make life-long friendships and grow in extraordinary ways that help them lead happy, meaningful and productive lives.
to find out more. If you would like to attend Saturday’s information meeting, please RSVP to camp director Rick Mades, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 30th, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
The Boathouse at The Farm Condominiums, 99 Florence St, Chestnut Hill. From Florence St, enter The Farm. Turn right after entering the community. Turn left after the tennis court. Turn left into the parking lot for the boathouse behind the pond).
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Are you looking for a fun, affordable, hands-on, and valuable learning experience for your 8th or 9th grader during April break?
Has your 8th or 9th grader expressed an interest in looking for a summer or after school job but isn’t sure where to start or has been turned down because of their age or lack of experience? This program might be for them!
The City of Newton’s Youth Services department is offering a four day half-day workshop at Newton North High School for 8th and 9th graders – When I Grow Up: Discovering Strengths, Passions, and Career Pathways. This week- long, half day workshop will:
– Help students discover personality strengths and build skills in fun, hands-on, team focused games and activities
– Teach 14 and 15-year-olds about where to look for first jobs and what they need to apply
– Discuss and practice how to prepare for first time interviews
– Introduce students to different career pathways during daily visits from local entrepreneurs, business owners, city officials, and even the mayor!
– Give students the opportunity to learn and practice real-life workplace skills with new friends to prepare for first time jobs
Register online at https://www.activityreg.com/selectactivity_t2.wcs?leaguesid=320
For more informatoin, please contact Quinn Etchie at email@example.com