Congratulations to our re-elected board members, Theresa DeBlasi and Patricia Ziegler
Thanks for your continued support!
Pre-K through Second Grade Join us for a STEM program presented by A Time For Kids (“Tots Night Out”)! With a few common household materials: Glitter (or pepper, or paprika); Q-Tip; Dish Soap, Tray, bowl, or pan), we will explore how fat molecules bond with soap to create a glitter swirl! We will become scientists by learning how to practice the scientific processes of planning, observation, and investigation. The program includes music, movement, fine and gross motor development and storytelling.
Monday, March 29
Premieres @ 7 PM
Pre-K through Fifth Grade
Join Miss Michelle to learn all about bunnies in this interactive science program. Meet some live bunny friends and create a beautiful bunny craft too!
Materials List for Craft:
1 large white paper plate; 1 black sharpie marker; safety scissors; glue; 2 large white sheets of paper; 2 sheets pink construction paper; 1 sheet purple construction paper; 1 sheet blue construction paper. (Please note, if you don’t have construction paper you can color in plain white paper in the suggested colors!)
Jazz @ Lincoln Center Digital Concert
The third season of this series returns on YouTube. New performances are now available.
Concert 4 – Fresh Sounds
This concert presents new compositions by two stars of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Ted Nash and Victor Goines, both masters of the saxophone and clarinet.
Concert 5 – Abyssinian Mass
Featuring the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis with 70-person gospel choir Chorale Le Chateau directed by Damien L. Sneed, The Abyssinian Mass is a joyful celebration of togetherness and the human spirit.