Dim the lights and start the drum roll- we've got lots of exciting icamp updates to unveil!
We know how important is it to start getting your plans in place, so we're already taking sign-ups on available 2012 icamps. Registration is now open for February and April Vacation camps, as well Summer icamps in Concord, Belmont, Lexington, Needham, and Newton. Click here to see the current schedule. More Summer sessions will be posted soon, and we'll keep you updated as we add locations and dates.
It's never too early to start saving. Get the Early Bird Discount and save up to $100 off Summer icamp when you register by December 31, 2011. Plus when you sign up for February or April Vacation camp you'll get a $100 gift certificate that can be used on Summer camps a CTWBoston Birthday Party, or an Academic Workshop at your child's school. Know someone who would love icamp? You can get $50 back for referring new campers, and 5% off when you sign up for more than one camp session or register siblings*.
And now you can register at www.icampMA.com with our new registration system! We've made it easier for you to control and access your child's registration information, make payments, and keep track of updated balances. All icamp forms are also online for you to download and review at your convenience.
Have questions? Call our office at 617-395-7527 or send an email to email@example.com.
*See our Policies page for restrictions and details.
Seussical the Musical: This fall children ages 8 – 12 can learn the process of staging a musical in the Leventhal-Sidman JCC’s Youth Theatre program. Students will study vocal technique, character development, choreography and more, and put on a fully staged performance. The 13 week program begins Sunday, October 23 from 3-5pm, and seats are still available. For more information call 617-558-6486 or register online at jccgb.org/register.
Textile Revolution: What do laptops, cell phones, and swimsuits have in common? They all evolve over time to meet our specialized needs. If you haven’t considered just how important textile development is to modern living, you’ll want to check out this exhibit at the American Textile History Museum for some hands-on fun. Learn more on their website.
Boston Vegetarian Food Festival: You don’t have to be meat free to appreciate the bounty of this annual food fest. Two days of free samples, coupons, discussions, cooking demos, and discount bargains! In fact, the Veg Fest is popular that this year organizers are offering a $5 preview hour to help you beat the crowds and get first crack at the freebies. See the full schedule on the website.
On the Blog: Over 1,000 volunteers teamed up to build a full-size house made of Legos! The only problem is what to do with it when construction is completed- read our blog post to find out.
Scholastic is launching a new initiative to improve middle school math proficiency. As part of the process to ensure high quality educational products that meet the needs of today's students, they are looking for 6th to 8th grade student volunteers to test online math games.
Game-playing sessions will last about 30 minutes and will take place at the Scholastic office in Watertown, MA. Mondays and Wednesday afternoons are preferred, but other days can be scheduled. Snacks will be provided. If your child would be interested in playing online educational video games and giving researchers some basic feedback, please contact Emily Schlemmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Isabel Schwartzman (email@example.com) to set up an appointment. They would also be happy to answer any questions you may have.