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Photo by Michael Benanav. If you study artists who work with textiles, for example, that can develop into a continued on page Escape into your own artist world - be with friends who see, hear, and live in the world as YOU do. Now, the new generation of children have the opportunity to learn from nationally acclaimed art educator Mark Kistler.
Children will have dynamic drawing lessons progressing through a series of fun, creative pencil power adventures, Parents are invited to participate! Each day, Mark will explore a different theme of creative discovery, from medieval castles to undersea adventures, from lunar moon modules to drooling dinosaurs.
This is a Summer Art Camp that your child will never forget! He can teach your children too! Ninety percent of each purchase goes to individual artists, family enterprises or community cooperatives, which can be a huge economic boon for communities in developing nations.
Once the artists go home, student ambassadors can continue working with them through service learning projects focusing on sustainable development. Students also are encouraged to find other ways to apply what they have learned. Argentina, Jordan, Tajikistan and Tanzania. The market will take place July 14 through 16, and anyone age 16 and under can attend on Saturday and Sunday for free.
Sunday has been designated as Community and Family Day, and special child-friendly activities will take place from 9 a. On average, close to children participate in the passport program each year. For those seeking a more active role in the market, volunteers are welcome to get directly involved. So if leaving New Mexico to travel the world is not an option, take advantage of a weekend when the world travels to New Mexico. Each dragon, representing a different region of the world, will be 8-feet long, and 3-feet wide, and brought to life by three to five students during live performances at the Artist Procession at the Santa Fe Plaza on July 13, and again on July 16 at 1 p.
Students will use sewing, 3-D printing, laser cutting, clay sculpting, 3-D storytelling, insta-morph glow sculptures, various art media, and basic building and construction skills to build the dragons. Also, narrative classes will create dragon stories. Classes are open for enrollment through the end of May to anyone between 14 and 18 years old.
Call Meow Wolf for more details on their Open Studio at With two books of poetry already under her belt at age 17, Ludella Awad decided to tackle the subject of bullying.
Her latest book, Life of Bubbleman In School, tells the story of an overweight high school boy named Alex who is subject to cruel comments, teased and called Bubbleman. He makes friends with Jack, who is teased and called Toothpick because he is so thin. Together, they make an award-wining video about bullying that spurs change at their school and helps them to overLudella Awad. Our future starts here. No more than 16 students. In one particularly painful instance, someone at school took her journal of poems.
She found that writing was a way she could express herself. She has earned lots of positive attention from her poetry books. She regularly talks to family who still are living in Syria, including an uncle.
Now, Ludella is hoping to take her anti-bullying message to schools. With the Bubbleman book, released in December, she wants to trigger empathy among schoolchildren and raise awareness of the need to stand up for others. Indeed, Ludella is an idealistic and caring girl who has been a prolific writer since she was young. She has big dreams. There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable.
The popular Rainbow Bridge Poem helps people, especially children, cope with the passing of a beloved pet by describing the wonders of a paradisiacal afterlife. But Cynthia Dares is much more interested in creating A baby gets to know Wookie, top dog at the a dog heaven right sanctuary.
It is also a dream for Black Jack, Autumn, Baby and Willey, the three donkeys and goat who live there. The project began as an adoption center nine years ago, but quickly turned into what Dares calls a sanctuary and dog hospice.
She says it was very difficult to find homes for older dogs because families usually look for cute puppies, so she decided to turn her own home into a permanent place where mature dogs could live the rest of their days in peace and comfort. Twenty-one dogs at one time is my maximum. Hurricane Katrina destroyed her home in New Orleans. For six months, after widespread flooding had left many people and their pets homeless, she remained in her roofless New Orleans house and helped with pet rescue efforts.
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These week-long, teacher-led classes are packed full of adventure. Unfortunately, their Web site was hacked in December and the usual uptick in Christmas donations did not materialize this year. Starting this summer, volunteers of all ages can stay in one of three donated tiny homes on the premises. These types of field trips teach them a lot about the value of community involvement, compassion and discipline. On National Dog Day, Aug. There will be food and water stations, as well as prizes.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their dogs of all ages on a leash. The exact details of the event are still in the works. For ways to help the sanctuary or to coordinate a visit, please take a look at their Web site, sunflowersanctuary.
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Most Holy Cross systems will go live on October 1st and the rest of the systems plan to be live by the end of the year. One of the very public benefits of the new Evident system is the enhanced Patient Portal. Lunch will be provided. Just for Teens Ongoing, Minecraft Club, On the day of the program, sign up at the youth desk to participate; firstcome, first-serve basis; ages New anime and manga topics plus themed food and activities; ages Food and DIY activities; grades Also of Interest 12, 26, CoderDojo, 5: Join volunteer coding experts and try your hand in coding.
Bring a laptop or tablet if you can; ages A triangle has important properties for engineering and construction; join this trial-and-error exploration using triangles to construct games and roller coasters.
Learn how to be safe around railroad tracks and at train stations during this interactive program. Stories, songs and safety tips, and everyone will have a chance to meet Trax, the Rail Runner mascot. A triangle has important properties for engineering and construction; find out more in this trial-anderror exploration using triangles to construct games and roller coasters.
A 4-Star quality Jewish, play-based program for children of all faiths. Accepting Children Ages 18 months to Pre-K. Imagine traveling from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 30 minutes, visiting the zoo, and getting back home to Los Angeles, all in one afternoon. Taking a plane would get you from one city to the other in about an hour and 15 minutes.
Driving would take about six hours. But the newly imagined Hyperloop could get you there in half an hour. A supersonic mass transit system, the Hyperloop is a system of pods inside low-pressure, vacuum sealed tubes. Hyperloops would move passengers and cargo at speeds up to miles per hour, nearly the speed of sound.
The futuristic transit system would be powered by solar energy, and would be built to last, running inside elevated tubes built to withstand earthquakes, extreme heat and other challenges. The Hyperloop is the brainchild of businessman, engineer and Tesla electric car inventor Elon Musk. How does Hyperloop work? A vacuum system empties the tube of all air, creating a frictionless environment. While the Hyperloop pod travels inside the giant tube, Concept art of Hyperloop inner works.
A series of magnets help propel the pods along. Combining the air with a low-pressure vacuum tube allows the pod to move through the tube at sonic speeds.
The Hyperloop system would run on percent clean energy, its tubes topped with solar panels that would collect energy to run the entire system.
The Hyperloop would be a new kind of transportation system, one that would be safer, faster, more convenient, immune to weather, resistant to earthquakes, sustainably self-powering, and would not be disruptive to those along the route.
Musk, the founder and CEO of aerospace company SpaceX, recently challenged students and entrepreneurs to take part in a multi-stage Hyperloop Pod Competition. Over 1, submissions from around the world were presented to a panel of experts. The 30 teams with the most promising ideas were asked to build working models and compete in California in January The models were built mainly by university student teams.
Just three teams made it to the final competition where they put their models into a vacuum tube for a test run. Only one entry, Technical University of Munich, had a pod that made it to the end of the tube.
The competition is scheduled for June, and will focus on achieving maximum speed. Private companies also want to develop the Hyperloop. The DevLoop, a 1. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, another company, plans to build a network of routes in Europe. As companies and teams continue to work on bringing the Hyperloop idea to life, supersonic travel may very well be part of our future. Find out more about the Hyperloop at spacex.
Preschool - 6th Grade Our developmentally-based, hands-on curriculum cultivates confident, independent life-long learners with strong academic and social skills, passionate personal interests and a keen social consciousness.
K-9 and Kids Summer Camp at Dogwood: Call for a FREE trial. Learn about 3D printing, scanning and design; ages with an adult, registration required. Free, Main Library, Washington Ave, , santafelibrary. Crayon drawing on light boxes; ages ; limited to eight children, registration required. Ongoing, First Friday Art Activity, pm. Join in the galleries to create drawings while exploring the use of color in modern artwork; all ages.
Ongoing, Open Arts Studio, 2: Robb Rael will be showing children how to make gauche paint and work on murals. Children can paint with the artist and contribute to the large outdoor mural on the museum grounds.
Eight acres of sculpture gardens and bronze art foundry; watch molten bronze being poured into ceramic molds. Learn the basics of electricity and circuitry; ages , registration required. Free, Southside Branch Library, Jaguar, , santafelibrary. Be inspired by Voices of Counterculture in the Southwest to express yourself. Bring a pre-washed white t-shirt or canvas shoes and learn how to use permanent markers to create tie dye-like designs; seating and materials limited.
Ongoing, Contra Dances, Locations vary, , folkmads. This center of Hispanic culture and learning, showcases and promotes Hispanic art, culture and history with gallery space, a seat theater and almost every month hosts a new show. El Ranchos De Las Golondrinas: A living museum that has preserved the Spanish Colonial and Territorial way of life on a acre ranch. Docents in period dress, period buildings from around the SW and hands-on demos make this a perfect spot for kids.
An interactive art experience driven by non-linear storytelling that unfolds through exploration, discovery and 21st century interactivity. Visitors choose their own path: Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is dedicated solely to advancing the discourse, knowledge and understanding of contemporary Native arts.
A premier repository of Native art and material culture that tells the stories of the people of the Southwest from prehistory through contemporary art. Museum of International Folk Art: Visit No Idle Hands: Visit the Youth Gallery to see works by youths mentored by adult artists. NM History Museum shows the history of Santa Fe and New Mexico for the past years including permanent and temporary exhibitions that span the early history of indigenous people, Spanish colonization.
Attend the public opening of Voices of Counterculture in the Southwest on May Opening May 5 is Living Treasures Exhibition where the work of 12 current and former Living Treasures will be featured. The museum contains a wide range of exhibits throughout the military history of the US.
Its exhibits chronicle the history of Santa Fe as well as NM and the region. American Indian artists sell their wares under its historic portal as part of the Native American Artisans Program. Admission is free pm, Fris. The museum also offers a diverse range of weekly programs, special events and extensive outdoor gardens. Site Santa Fe is a private, not-for-profit contemporary arts organization committed to enriching the cultural atmosphere by providing an ongoing venue for regional, national and international exhibitions and interdisciplinary programs.
Site Santa Fe is closed for renova-. There is also a collection of live invertebrates. Guadalupe, Ste C, , harrellhouse. Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian offers unique exhibitions of contemporary and historic Native American Art and is known for a focus on little-known genres and solo shows by living Native American artists.
Ongoing, Last Friday Art Walk, 57pm. Visit the Railyard Arts District where multiple galleries boast the best in international contemporary art. Free, Railyard Arts District, S. Ongoing, Thursdays are Yours! Ongoing, Wee Wednesdays, am, Weds. A morning of discovery and play designed for toddlers and care givers. See art, antiques, jewelry, books, textiles and furniture. A community event with activities for all ages; games and prizes for kids, arts and crafts, music; plant sale, book sale, food and Chicken Bingo.
Free, Dragonfly School, Alto, , dragonflyschool. Folk Art treasures from around the world: Indian Arts Festival, times vary. An interactive and fun concert with award-winning musician Andy Mason. Andy Mason will be performing for children in the new outdoor amphitheater where kids and parents can sing, dance, laugh and learn. Santa Fe Community presents its student end of year live concert. Free, Warehouse 21, Paseo de Peralta, , warehouse Take a trip back in time on this tour.
Ongoing, Expert Guided Bird Walks, 8: For both experienced and novice birders. Weather permitting, outdoor classroom offers a handson program for ages and their care giver. Listen to a story and participate in interactive nature and garden related activities.
Ongoing, Meet Cornelius, pm, Suns. Enjoy an informal meet and greet, learn fun facts about snakes. Ongoing, Seeds and Sprouts, 4: Children will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on gardening and nature-themed activities. Help plant a new Pizza Garden for the outdoor. Sports Ongoing, Family Climb, 10am-2pm, Sun.
Meet other families, climb the walls, enjoy the colored routes and special games. Twenty percent off drop-ins, free under 2; free rentals. Ongoing, Locals Climb, noon-3pm, 1st Sats. Twenty percent off drop ins plus free rentals with NM ID. Take a journey out of the zoo and onto the stage with outlandish characters and adventures performed by an ensemble of 50 students and with a live band. Little Theatre, Cerillos, , pandemoniumprod. Enjoy a walk down the yellow brick road during a special performance of The Wizard of Oz in the 1.
Ages 6 months-2 years and care givers enjoy books, songs and finger games. For birth parents, adoptees, women who have lost a child through adoption and adoptive parents.
Vincent Hospital Dental Building, St. Ongoing, Epilepsy Support Groups, Group focuses on studies of epilepsy and the brain, and discusses how to improve lives while living with epilepsy. Ongoing, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group, Discuss the joys and challenges of being a primary care giver as a grandparent legal issues, therapist. RSVP and check for updates to meeting space by calling Ira at or Always open to new members.
Teachers Ongoing, Teacher Study Guides. Pandemonium Productions offers an educations guide to teachers who bring classes to a show.
Call to request, pandemoniumprod. Catering to ages 6 months to 5 years; children must be accompanied by an adult. Free, Collected Works Bookstore, Galisteo, , collectedworksbookstore. Free, Main Library, Washing-. Warehouse 21, Paseo de Peralta, , warehouse Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance and music.
Ongoing, Game Club for Teens,. Free for teens, Warehouse 21, Paseo de Peralta, , warehouse Ongoing, Photo Club, 4: Ongoing, Warehouse 21 Summer Program, Sats. Check website for more details. All mothers and mothersto-be are welcome.
Encouragement, support and discussions on various topics of breastfeeding. Santa Fe Farmers Market at the Railyard. Free, Paseo de Peralta. Learn about the history of Santa Fe from a museum-trained guide. Ongoing, Historic Walks of Santa Fe, daily. Departs from different hotels at different times, see website. Pottery, painting, jewelry, sculpture, fiber arts, photography, hand-blown glass, artisanal teas and handmade herbal body products.
Ongoing, Society for Creative Anachronism, pm, Weds. Learn about the Middle Ages by recreating the arts and sciences of that period. Workshops in sewing, drumming, knot making and fencing; all ages. This action film is a prequel to the Harry Potter series with wizards, wands and magical beasts.
Free popcorn with donations are accepted. An ice cream social and dedication ceremony to celebrate the renovation of the outdoor amphitheater. Members of the Santa Fe Model Railroad Club sponsor a model railroad club for ages who must be accompanied by an adult; space is limited. For teens and tweens with their parents; a maximum of 20 participants allowed.
Youth Artists from the Spanish Market. Learn about the methods and techniques employed by young artists of the annual Spanish Market. Meet and work with some of these artists and create your own art.
Create new items from old; ages , registration. Create new items from old; for ages , registration required. Free, Main Library, Washington, , santafelibrary.
Visit the Out of the Box-The Art of the Cigar exhibition, and upcycle your own cigar box for storing your treasures or to give to Dad; seating and materials limited. Make transportation structures; ages , registration required. Plan to get muddy and bring a change of clothes; groups of 6 or more must preregister. Life on the Trails of The Southwest, 10am4pm.
Learn about the people, goods and livestock that came and went on the arteries of the SW and experience traditional ranch activities like sheep shearing, wool dyeing, spinning and weaving, as well as a fiber arts marketplace, bread baking and crafts for children.
Lavender and herb product vendors along with lectures and hands-on activities on all things lavender; also a mar-. Science and Nature 3, Curious Chris, 3: Music and science for all ages. Attend this class with your favorite young gardeners and learn how to provide opportunities for kids in the garden: Each child will have a plant to take home and grow in their garden.
Included with admission, register in advance, Santa Fe Botanical Garden, Camino Lejo, , santafebotanicalgarden. See solar activity on the surface of the sun with special telescopes; all ages. Explore the Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve through art and science. Investigate, from the bottom of the pond to the tops of the trees; all ages but activities designed for ages and care givers; no registration but materials may be limited and are first-come basis. Leonara Curtin Wetland Preserve, santafebotanicalgarden.
Sleep outside under the stars in the Earthworks Garden; enjoy stories, songs and S'mores around the campfire. Paint a glowing star, bake in a horno and enjoy a BBQ dinner and light breakfast.
Limited camp sites available. Call for price and registration. Sports , Rodeo de Santa Fe, 7pm. Big time rodeo with a small town feeling. Stories, rhymes, songs and crafts for ages and care givers. Ongoing, Preschool Storytime, Kids going into grades K-4 are invited to hear stories, join in crafts and, games. Older students and parents are welcome to be assistants; registration required.
Books and activities; drop-ins welcome. Older students and parents are welcome to be assistants, registration required. Watch recent DVD releases on the library's big screen. Come to the circus; all ages. Members of the Santa Fe Model Railroad Club sponsor a model railroad club for ages ; children must be accompanied by an adult, space limited.
A family movie shown on the big screen; Free popcorn with donations are accepted. A talking puppet show for all ages.
Free, Southside Branch Library, , , santafelibrary. The only lift-access summer bike demo in the SW. Whether you ride DH, XC, Enduro, or a mix of mountain bike terrain, meet bike vendors to test ride their bikes; lift tickets must be purchased to test a bike in the park. Free, Frontier Park, NM, , angelfireresort. This seven-piece band blends the heartiest world rhythms with jam-band passion, while muddying the lines between Americana roots music, disco, funk and.
This market is a venue for local agriculturalists, ranchers and artisans to meet and share their harvests and talents with the community. Enjoy a day on the mountain at this dog-friendly event. There will be activities for dogs as well as a 5K race, 1-mile run, Doggy Olympics, training consultations and competitions including best trick and best costume.
Live music and dancing; bring a chair or blanket, food and drink available or pack a picnic. Free, Buckley Park at 12th and Main.
May 5, Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, noon4pm. There will be Mariachi bands, folk dancing, a jalapeno eating contest, Chihuahua races, Chihuahua costume contest, photo booth, food vendors, salsa cook off, activities, games and crafts. A tea party with crafts and treats for mothers and daughters of all ages. June 3, Kidfest, 10am-4pm. Activities, live entertainment and exhibits. Bring your boys, your tent, fishing poles, and get ready for a special night around the campfire.
Kids ages bring your favorite pooch to the Kids' Dog Show where there will be multiple categories to enter and other dog-loving activities. Register in advance to participate in the show. Free, Kiwanis Park, E Main, fmtn. Bring questions and talk to a bird expert in the Observation room. Ongoing, Nature Playtimes, Toddlers, am, Mons except holidays.
Preschoolers will enjoy a craft, story and outside activity. Plant experts will be in the Herbarium to answer questions. Come pet a snake, or ask questions about the animal exhibits with a member of the critter team. Temperatures are on the rise and so activity levels of bears and cougars. Sharing the trails with these peaceful but sometimes intimidating creatures is easy and enjoyable as long as you know what you're doing. Hear about hiking safely in bear country from an expert in large carnivore behavior and learn that there's really nothing to be afraid of after all.
An evening of books, games, hands-on activities and music. May 13, Bear Festival, 10am-2pm. June 2, June Night Show, pm. Enjoy an interactive tour of the heavens that highlights the planets, star patterns, constellations and deep sky objects that may be observed during June.
Mine Shaft Tavern holds its 10th annual celebration of fresh Gulf seafood and blues bands with 15 bands over two days on three stages. Guided night sky stargazing with the Astronomy Club under the stars. Star gazing and events begin at sunset, one hour after dusk. Etscorn Observatory, NM Tech, , socorronm. Jansky Very Large Array, , socorronm. Local and sustainably grown produce, body products and baked goods.
May , Taos Lilac Festival, 11am5pm. Kit Carson Park, livetaos. To benefit the Freedom Music Project. Bring lawn chairs for the amphitheater; raffles and auctions The Freedom in Music Project has delivered 80 acoustic guitars and an acoustic guitar program to seven youth detention centers and one recovery academy in NM and one youth detention center and one transitional living program in Texas.
Free Belen Public Library, Becker, belen-nm. Ongoing, Teen Open Gym, pm, Tues. Teen Open Gym for those under the age of 18 only. To place your ad in our next issue, please email wording to kids newmexico-kids. Check or credit card info must be received by June Online payment now available. For more info call or outside Albuquerque. Select animals may be touched, held or petted.
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If you leave your child money exceeding the financial cap on eligibility for Social Security and Medicaid, he or she will be disqualified from those benefits.
Unfortunately, these programs provide support only at the poverty level. Here are some common pitfalls. But what happens if Jane gets in a car accident and is sued? Or if Jane unexpectedly dies and her less trustworthy husband remarries? An ABLE account allows people with disabilities to save untaxed money without losing benefits. It provides supplemental financial help while protecting necessary government assistance.
There are two kinds of SNTs: A third-party SNT allows parents, grandparents, siblings — anyone BUT the person with special needs — to contribute without endangering eligibility for government programs.
The key difference is the money in a self-settled trust is eventually paid back to Medicaid, so money from third-party trusts and self-settled trusts should never be mixed. Parents must choose a trustee for an SNT. The person with special needs cannot be the trustee of either type of SNT. SNT assets can be used for almost anything benefiting the person with special needs, but there are prohibited expenses, such as food and shelter. Money should not be given directly to the person with special needs.
There might be a good reason to spend money on prohibited expenses or give cash directly to the beneficiary, but doing so will jeopardize benefits. Planning for the future can be intimidating, but accurate information lessens the stress. Consulting with someone experienced with SNTs is important to make sure the trust is legally valid and accomplishes your goals. Pickel is an attorney with a Master of Laws in Estate Planning and Elder Law, which includes planning for people with special needs.
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She attends high school at Cottonwood Classical Preparatory charter school in Albuquerque, is involved with her family and her New Mexico teen Ashley Fitzpatrick at space camp church, and has with her team of fellow ambassadors left to right: Photo by Reena Rose Photography.
Fitzpatrick also hopes to become an astronaut, and as she works hard to achieve her goal, she is inspiring others along the way. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala. This camp is designed to inspire youth in STEM-related fields science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
This year, about youth from 45 countries and 27 states attended the camp. Fitzpatrick enjoyed being able to guide the space camp participants. We looked up to you. You made us all feel included. You were an inspiration. Fitzpatrick says she developed the confidence she needed to inspire and lead as she participated in the missions and team activities in space camp. Fitzpatrick says she never would have been interested in STEM-related fields without active involvement in math and science.
Fitzpatrick attributes her love for science to her eighthgrade physics teacher, Joshua LaClair. She says LaClair made math relatable and enjoyable. I want everyone to feel like they are worthy and that they can impact others as well.
Lara, 11, is of Christan, Jewish and Muslim heritage. She attends Manzano Day School in Albuquerque. The sun so bright to show all cultures, all people, all beautiful living things. All people I watch come and go with all different faces, and joys. Oh how I love to be here in this most wonderful of a state. All people walk free, and happy to be themselves, and express themselves in many ways. As I have been here I have seen many different flowers bloom once a bud and now something of its own, but I am still a bud I will grow, and will look and be my state and the other things around me.
I love New Mexico, and all different cultures, and beautiful things growing around me! These book reviews were written by the 4th and 5th grade journalism club at Manzano Day School under the supervision of Shari Stewart.
Pug meets Pig Author: Sue Lowell Gallion Illustrator: Beach Lane Books Ages: He has his own home, yard, bowl and even his own cute, little bed! He has a happy life until suddenly in walks Pig! All of a sudden Pug must learn to cooperate with Pig. Pug must share his home, yard, bowl and bed. This is an appealing story that teaches kids to share and the value of friendship. It teaches kids these skills by showing how Pug helped Pig and they became friends. It also teaches kids. This will make a great bedtime story with its soothing pictures and simple storyline.
This is also a great book for kids to read to themselves because of its simple words and pictures. On The Reef Authors: When they go to the. Bahamas, the family scuba dives. Chloe finds a turtle with a bag over its neck and head. Dwight, has an uncle named Owen who helps the turtle get the bag off its mouth and head.
I recommend this book because it shows kindness and love for animals. Also, that you should always be kind. You should get this book because it tells a really great story. This book is perfect if you love helping animals. So, I love this book!
On the Reef is a heartwarming story. Beck and Matt Stanton Publisher: This book is about the reader loving the letter B. Basically the parents will sound hilarious and the kids will love it.
I enjoyed this book because it is very kid-friendly and as a kid I would love if someone read it to me. I think that this book will make the kids laugh. Unicorns shed, scratch, chew, burp, poop and more. But with a little work, well, maybe a lot, you could probably pull it off. This secret is so big, it can never, ever be shared with anyone. The author conveys this to you using a.
This boy uses his penny to wish for a unicorn in a wishing well, and guess what? His wish actually comes true! As soon as the secret is revealed to him, he wishes he had never wished for a unicorn in the first place and then, oh no, he has an idea!
He wishes for something else! To find out what he wishes for and have the secret revealed to you, read this book. Ame Dyckman is the award-winning author of many fantastic books. Liz Climo did the illustrations. He tried to disappear, but his look stands out. When he retrieved the ball, he received cheers. Then, he began to love his new home.
The plot line is very interesting to me. Also, if you have trouble fitting in, this book is for you. My favorite part of this book is the illustrations. Greg Evans, Camp Director; Email: On the beautiful Chihenne Ranch, our program includes: Spend a day at Elephant Butte Lake to swim. Hike at the Gila National Forest.
Visit a turn of the century mine. Hummingbird Chess Camp, Hummingbird Rd. Jemez Springs, NM Hummingbird Chess Camp is nestled in the Jemez Mountains. Children, ages , have expert instruction and tournaments. Campers stay in clean and comfortable dormitories.
NE, Abq NM Rachel White Sternheim, MA. Camp Oranim provides a variety of experiences each day that include fun, game, sports, nature and the arts all within a Jewish environment. Hummingbird Music Camp, Hummingbird Rd. Hummingbird Music Camp is nestled in the Jemez Mountains. The camp is family owned and operated and is celebrating our 57th year. Children, ages , receive private and group lessons, from new beginners to advanced musicians in band, orchestra, piano, guitar or voice.
Campers stay in clean, comfortable dormitories. A new camp begins every Sunday, May 28 to July Photo by Christy Wall. A mix of classroom and outdoor events, Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions, 4th St. NW, Abq, NM Michael Wagner, Associate Director. Every summer since , tive environment.
JLC camp is for students who have completed the 5th, 6th, Cottonwood Gulch has been taking kids ages 10 to 18 around the Southwest 7th and 8th grades and is a boarding camp.
The Day camp is for 6th, 7th, 8th, on treks ranging from 2 weeks to 6 weeks. In the spring and fall we lead school 9th, and 10th graders. It is not a boarding camp. We also have treks for adults and families. Box , Abq, NM Tony Sparks, Camp Coordinator. Now in its 17th year, NM Youth but our expeditions are much more than that—we use our hands to explore Harmony Camp begins the evening of June 14, bringing together students who Southwestern art, science, farming, and archaeology, and we take time to learn have completed 8th through 12th grade.
We Tech in Socorro learning a cappella harmony taught by music professionals. The camp is fully supervised. This year's guest clinicians are Low Key, Silver Phone: NMYHC is sponsored and organized by the nature, friends, and experienced instructors inspire creativity and fun.
Campers, ages , educational organization representing the men and women of Albuquerque's explore a variety of art projects in different media, and contribute to installafive barbershop choruses.
NE, Abq, skits, storytelling, moonlight hike, and games. A dance at the end of the week NM The Y offers multiple celebrates friendships that can last a life time.
Campers stay in dormitories, programs to keep your kids busy this summer. We offer sports, day programs, gather for meals in the dining hall, create art in studios and outdoors, and sing and resident camping for ages Information about locations, costs, and in the choir in the band shell.
Explore the Web site and register online, view registration available online. Register early - space limited! Call Mail to: Free Hands-on Workshops for ages 3 to All workshops are from 10am to 2pm. Groups of 6 or more, please call to guarantee free admission to the museum. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture: Programs begin on the hour.
Children 16 and under free. Museum of Spanish Colonial Art: To schedule groups please call ext. Museum entrance to exhibitions by admission. Santa Fe Botanical Garden: June 14 - Flag Day: Make seed filled mud cakes to bring home for your garden. Plan on getting muddy and bring a change of clothes, July 20 - Nature Sculpture: Use natural materials to make your own 3-D artwork.
Garden entrance free for Arts Alive participants during workshop hours. Day program with intensive handson experiences where kids learn about the Engineering Design Process and create, build, test, innovate and collaborate with others. Highly trained adult staff and student mentors from local award-winning robotics team, R4Robotics. Belisama Irish Dance offers classes for the whole family to enjoy.
Performance opportunities within our community and fun choreography classes. Ages 5 and up; offered in Santa Fe and Los Alamos.
See our Web site for details. Santa Fe and Los Alamos locations. Ages enter the real world of electronic game design in Swine Craft Game Camp.
Week long, full day programs with quality extended care. An idyllic country setting for loads of fun and learning. Camino de Paz School and the Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center offer two weeks of fiber-related crafts weaving, tye-dying, felting and farm-oriented activities caring for baby goats, gardening, water ecology, nature studies , including visits to the Santa Cruz River.
June and June Information and registration form at caminodepaz. Our fun, high-energy camps teach the fundamentals of footwork, bladework, tactics, and technique. Fencers will learn the rules of engagement, scoring system, and etiquette. June 12—15, June 26—29, and July 17—20, 9: Outdoor summer day camp running from May 29 to Aug Friday field trips to Abq for the older groups.
We are now accepting credit cards and registration online. Santa Fe Encaustic Art Institute: Call for reservation, no drop-ins. Parental signed waivers required in advance. Go home with a painting or card. Encaustic Art Institute is a non-profit C3. Professional award-winning filmmakers work with you to create your movies, from script-to-screen.
The morning Special FX program is for 8- to year-olds. Work together to develop an idea for a film, then write, produce, shoot, direct and act in a minute movie together with an experienced filmmaker. Screen a rough cut for your family and friends at your Premiere on the final day of film camp.
Plug into the great outdoors! Activities include kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking, archery, nature exploration and more! June , July and July Aug. For children ages Your child will also enjoy awesome field trips, educational experiences, and healthy meals and snacks. Plus, campers get a new T-shirt, water bottle and backpack for summer adventures. Camp hours are 6: Since , Learners Chess has been teaching chess in our week-long day camps to hundreds of students every summer to develop analytical, social, and leadership skills of success in school and in life!
Learners Chess accepts students of all skill levels including absolute beginners. Check our Web site for dates and locations. Sign up early to get the best early bird discount! Memorable summer experiences for children ages 4 to 12, June 5 through Aug Five two-week sessions for all ages. Four or five days per week. Art, cooking, weekly nature field trips, swimming and games. For more information or to request a brochure and pre-registration form call us.
Patty Conway, Office Manager. Montessori-based program focuses on pre-reading and language development and cooperative play. This is a morning academic program in reading, writing, and math; afternoon choice of Adventure Camp, Arts in Motion, or Reading in the Wild. Half-day options also available.
Summer Camps are a great way to introduce kids to fencing. Each camp is for first year or new fencers. New Mexico Fencing Foundation provides all equipment. We teach the fundamentals of footwork, bladework, tactics and technique.
Our camps are designed to be high energy and fun. Fencers learn the rules of engagement, scoring system and etiquette. We have State of the Art Modern and Safe equipment for all fencers.
Our central location is convenient. Camp attendance is limited to 12 continued on page Families are welcome to the May 20 Celebration! For children through age Certified in all three weapons: Foil, Epee and Saber. June , June , July ; Times: Water Bottle very important , Athletic Shoes with laces. No Keens, Tevas, or sandals are allowed. Bring Lunch for noon, snack for breaks. T-shirt and shorts only.
No collars or long sleeves. Thursday final performance is Pandemonium Productions presents its musical theatre summer program for students ages 6 to 17, June 12 through July Space is limited; scholarships available. Neal Turnquist, Director of Auxiliary Programs.
Weekly day camps for grades PreK-6th. Full day, morning and afternoon options available. Morning enrichment classes in video game design, improv, math and logic, board games, coding and robotics, creative writing, folk dancing and more! Afternoon program focuses on adventure-based learning and design challenges. Camp runs from 8: Summer camps with indoor and outdoor climbing, wilderness survival skills, hikes and other outdoor, adventure-based activities.
Weeklong camps from 8: Multi-day summer camps for ages Maria Montoya, Administrative Assistant. Offering day camps for toddlers to teens. Intellectual and experiential learning through camps in swimming ages 3 through 13 , outdoor adventures ages 10 through 15 , computer programming ages 9 through 17 , plus cooking, music, art and design ages 8 through Melissa Willis, Program Director. During this free 8-week program, families can get creative with hands-on activities, talk to farmers, try new food, and win prizes!
Megan Maher, Executive Director. Michele Reich, Children's Librarian. Registration through July 14, at all branches. There are prizes for each week of reading, with grand prize drawing at the end.
All programs are free. Farmer Minor and Daisy the Pig: Tall Paul Magic summer reading party for participants: Walter Cook, Children's Librarian. The Summer Reading Program schedule for Main is: June 8, 10am — 12pm. Amy Barr, Children's Librarian. Registration continues through July 14, at all branches. Angela Peinado, Advancement Director.
Market Fresh Learn from the best! Santa Fe chefs and Cooking Market vendors lead informal, on-site cooking demonstrations where you learn tips, tricks, and simple recipes using local ingredients.
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