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FELDMAN, GARY (ORGANIC FOOD/NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS) UNDERSTANDING WORLD EVENTS THROUGH OUR CHANGING AGRICULTURE Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Food,
Life Skills- Other
Is our food “real?” Gary Feldman, consumer food educator, and forerunner in public education on organic and GMO food, focuses on the powerful world of biotechnology and the global ideology behind the creation of “new food.” Learn the direct connection between the disappearance of bees, butterflies, declining farms and forests, food shortages, extreme weather – and who owns the world’s food supply. By being aware of what has happened to our food, we can understand what is behind so many major events and turmoil occurring in the United States and around the world. We will also discuss the GMO food labeling legislation. How we spend our dollars sends a most powerful message. The future of humanity, animals and the ecosystem depends upon our food choices.
$201- $350
Bram, Lance Superhero yourself/ 4th to 6th grade Life Skills- Other,
Visual Arts- Drawing,
Visual Arts- Cartooning
4th to 6th grade. Draw yourself if you were a superhero. What special powers would you have and what would your costume look like? Also, play a game of choosing between two superhuman powers.
$101- $200
Bram, Lance Bereavement support group Life Skills- Other
Have you lost a loved one and seeking a support group as an outlet for your emotions? Guided conversations in a supportive, non-judgmental environment with others in similar life transitions.
$101- $200
Foxx, Pat Crazy Collage with Fabric Life Skills- Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Painting
Using scraps of fabric, children will design and put together a crazy quilt type of design that will be glued or ironed on to a fabric background. Adding sewn details is optional. Markers and sequins and other objects can also be used to enhance design.
$101- $200
Koullias, Donna Astrology and You Life Skills- Other,
Other,
Science
Learning the correlations between signs of the zodiac, planets and the houses of the chart can tell us things about ourselves that we haven't brought to the surface. This class is a fun way to interact with others, while learning about ourselves
$101- $200
Wilson, Judy Paper Beads Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Environment,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Using magazines, catalogs, calendars and other recycled papers we will cut and roll beautiful beads! Add some bling and elastic to make bracelets,necklaces lanyards, etc. This is a wonderful workshop for grades 3 and up. YA's and Adults also!
$201- $350
Knight, Leonora Be a Friend, Not a Bully Interactive Concert Life Skills- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Theater
In this interactive concert students will sing together and take on roles of characters showing empathy, compassion, caring, perseverance, friendship and bullying. Exercises will be used to demonstrate welcoming and unwelcoming body language. The music and performing will add some excitement and levity to a very real and current issue. Children will love being on stage. Singing together is a very powerful uniting force! All music is original and fully orchestrated. Cue cards are used to help students sing along.
$351- $500
Bram, Lance Hidden gems: Relaxing & peaceful places on Long island Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Environment,
Nature- Other
Learn all about the beautiful resources we have right here on Long Island! During this program, you will learn about various Long Island parks and beaches. Guided discussions about your own experiences and potential places to visit. Teens will receive a copy of a map of Long island and great ideas for places to go to experience local nature. Opportunity to exchange experience of your own favorite places around the corner that others never knew existed.
$101- $200
Sprague, Lindsay (Lynn) Candle Dipping Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Environment,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Learn to dip candles just like Laura Ingalls did in Little House on the Prairie. Participants are able to choose wax colors, scents, and shapes of candles, and may choose to hand dip or use candle molds. Candles are made from 100% vegetable based waxes with the exception of beeswax. This program can be tailored for young and old audiences alike, and is GREAT FUN! May run over an hour with larger groups, plan accordingly. This program is focused on building a sustainable future and is suitable for the 2017 summer reading program.
$101- $200
Sprague, Lindsay (Lynn) Plant Your Own Spring Seeds! Life Skills- Food,
Nature- Environment,
Nature- Gardening
First, we make planting pots out of recycled newspaper, or soil blocks with a press. Then, participants fill their pots with soil and pick from a variety of organic seeds to plant. Last, we make labels so we remember what we are growing! Unlimited transplants can be planted to be taken home or plan a library garden for this program, and it is a great way to get kids excited about summer gardening! Suitable for 2017 summer reading.
$101- $200
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