27 Thursday / June 27, 2019

Memory Lane Cafe – Gardens Galore

10:00 am to 11:00 am
Monroe County History Center, 202 E 6th Street
http://www.monroehistory.org

With spinach, cauliflower, and kale, we’re getting our hands dirty! Join us for our dementia-friendly Memory Lane Cafe with your care partner as we plant some seedlings for Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard.

To RSVP, visit our program calendar .

http://www.monroehistory.org/events/memory-lane-café-gardens-galore

Memory Lane Cafes are a part of the Living with History program supported by the Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County, Inc.

Entertainment

27 Thursday / June 27, 2019

Indiana Connections Academy Alumni Webinar

12:00 pm
Online
https://www.connectionsacademy.com/find-out-more/event-registration?idEvent=41435&showSchoolSelection=false&eventId=2014504&sessionKey=2FFBFB0D2FE7762BEB424D6B3BD7A408&on24AudienceUrl=https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/2014504/2FFBFB0D2FE7762BEB424D6B3BD7A408

Learn more about Indiana Connections Academy’s personalized program and hear from successful graduates who used online school as a springboard to achieving their personal and academic goals. Each alumnus has a different story of what brought them to a Connections Academy tuition-free online public school and each has had a unique path to success. But, they have a common story to share of how they were able to thrive. Hear from Richard who joined Indiana Connections Academy in eighth grade due to health issues. He served as student government president for two years and National Honor Society president for one year. He now attends Tennessee Tech University, majoring in mechanical engineering.
This webinar is designed to help you:
• Understand how online school prepares students for future success
• Gain insight into how online school works
• Decide if online school is right for your student

To fully benefit from the session, please make sure to arrive on time.

Education

27 Thursday / June 27, 2019

Indiana Connections Career Academy Alumni Webinar

12:00 pm to 01:00 pm
Online
https://www.connectionsacademy.com/find-out-more/event-registration?idEvent=41435&showSchoolSelection=false&eventId=2014504&sessionKey=2FFBFB0D2FE7762BEB424D6B3BD7A408&on24AudienceUrl=https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/2014504/2FFBFB0D2FE7762BEB424D6B3BD7A408

Learn more about Indiana Connections Career Academy’s personalized program and hear from successful graduates who used online school as a springboard to achieving their personal and academic goals. Each alumnus has a different story of what brought them to a Connections Academy tuition-free online public school and each has had a unique path to success. But, they have a common story to share of how they were able to thrive. Hear from Richard who joined Indiana Connections Academy in eighth grade due to health issues. He served as student government president for two years and National Honor Society president for one year. He now attends Tennessee Tech University, majoring in mechanical engineering.
This webinar is designed to help you:
• Understand how online school prepares students for future success
• Gain insight into how online school works
• Decide if online school is right for your student

To fully benefit from the session, please make sure to arrive on time.

Children / Education

27 Thursday / June 27, 2019

Music + Spanish Series for Kids

04:15 pm to 05:30 pm
FAR Center for Contemporary Arts
http://www.thefar.org/calendar/music-spanish-series-for-kids-3/

Join us Thursday afternoons in June & July for a fun and educational music series at the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts. Drop-ins are welcome!

Your child will be exposed to music and Spanish vocabulary through movement, games, and songs. Activities will help stretch their imaginations and develop the concepts of pulse, rhythm, listening and singing.

The class is geared towards children ages 3 – 6 (parent or guardian must be present during the class), younger siblings may participate with a parent.

COST:
Drop-in —> $5 per child
Six week series —> $25
(siblings under 2 are free)

DATES & CLASS THEMES:
June 13 – Travel
June 20 – Direction
June 27 – Feelings
(no class July 4)
July 11 – Animals
July 18 – Weather
July 25 – Family

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Sofia Panigada has a passion for music and for children. She specializes in the Dalcroze Method of Eurhythmics and has taught children and adults in countries like Switzerland and Venezuela. She currently works at Indiana University Bloomington. When she is not at work, she is making music, spending time with her grandchildren or both.

Children / Dance / Education / Live Music

27 Thursday / June 27, 2019

Fishing with Lures Workshop

07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Moores Creek State Recreation Area
http://bit.ly/fishluresjun2019

Fishing with Lures Workshop at 7:00 p.m.

• Sign up at http://bit.ly/fishluresjun2019.
• FREE, but advance registration required by June 25.

• Limited to 16 people.
• Restricted to ages 14 and up; minors must be accompanied by a registered adult.
• Participants age 18+ must have a fishing license, which must be purchased in advance online (if you don’t already have one) at in.gov/dnr/fishwild/9339.htm.

• Location: Moores Creek SRA (Shelter)

Learn tips and techniques to successfully fish with lures, including practice casting a spinning combo that you put together, during this guided workshop with a DNR Fisheries Biologist! The workshop will include info on different types of lures and how to use them, fish biology and habitat, and fishing regulations. During the last part of the workshop, participants will try out their new skills with lures by doing some shoreline fishing. All equipment will be provided, but you are also welcome to bring your own. 2 hours

Outdoors / Sports

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