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Programming for Parents and Children

 

Summer RE Grows Again!

 

We are excited to share that summer RE begins June 20th and will again use the church's garden as our learning laboratory for our 7th UU Principle, our belief in the interconnected web of life! Last summer we learned so much about the life OF a garden and also much about the life IN a garden, from ladybug releases to building a worm bin, finding grubs and fighting ground squirrels!  This summer we will find new ways to interact with and experience the garden through:
  •  How do plants breathe?
  •  Pollinator Jeopardy!
  •  Fruit vs. Vegetable
  •  Famous Plant Inventions
  •  Digital Macroscope Photography
  • Variety of nature inspired art projects

We are also excited that Ronan Braun is coming back to lead our summer RE program for the third year in a row! Ronan has worked with all ages, from 1st grade through 8th, and has just began to work towards his teaching certificate for High School history. He loves the outdoors and the surprises the garden provides for RE.

Summer RE will run from Sunday June 20th through August 15th, 10:15 - 11:15 am. It will be a mixed age program from 1st - 8th grade.  Parents will be able to watch the streamed worship service on the patio.


 

 The School of Wizardry Summer Camp
REGISTRATION IS OPEN


July 19th -July 23rd, 9am - 3pm
for Student Wizards ages 5-13 & Ghost Volunteers ages 14-18

For all children ages 5-13, the School of Wizardry summer camp program will be a week of fantastic fun!  Based in wonder and play, our student wizards will jump into a world of magic through their studies in Primary Wizardry (ages 5-7), Wizard Craft (ages 8-13) or Wild Magic (ages 8-13).  Future wizards will partake in a Sorting Hat Ceremony, become Quidditch players, make cloaks and wands, send out Wishes for the World, take classes on incantations, Defense against the Dark Arts, care of magical creatures, and more!

The registration link is: 
 http://bit.ly/mduucschoolofwizardry

 


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