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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Basini, Lisa Let's make an ediable Snowman Life Skills- Food,
Performing Arts- Other,
Visual Arts- Other
Let's make an ediable snowball. Make a snowball good enough to eat! Comes with Bakery product, frosting, apron, paper chef hat and a box to take home your project.
$101- $200
Kolarik, Frank Character Education Presentations Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Listen Up Safety Services provides informative, engaging, and entertaining multimedia character education presentations that hit home for students, helping them discover the information that they really need in order to stay safe and out of trouble. Popular presentations include: Internet Rights and Responsibilities, Bullying, “Don’t Be a Rat?” Dealing with strangers, Substance abuse, and “S.O.S. Serving Our School.” In each presentation, students critically reflect on, interpret and discuss their understanding of the issues through stories, video clips, current events, and role-plays, connecting these to their own lives and to society as a whole. Students have the opportunity to interact and communicate their ideas and feelings through expressing their own experiences, telling their stories, and role-playing. For more information check out www.listenupss.com.
$351- $500
Basini, Lisa Caramel Apples Life Skills- Food
We melt the caramel and the patrons dip their apples and top with assorted toppings.
$201- $350
Giouvalakis, Katherine Spa Day Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other,
Other
Customize your own natural body or foot scrub. I will demonstrate how to make a body or foot scrub using different scented essential oils. Participants will then pick a scent and make their own scrub in a decorated jar. Holiday-themed scents available. Great as a gift or to keep for yourself. Some scents include peppermint, coconut, lemon, lavender and vanilla.
$101- $200
Nager, Stuart Instant Shakespeare (Improvised) Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Theater
(Intermediate to Advance) Shakespeare is nothing to be afraid of. In an improvisational and interactive class, the group will journey into one of Shakespeare's famous plays. Using actual text and student’s own words, the play will be the thing to come alive for you. Join us in this fun exploration of classic theater. That is the long and the short of it. Get a deeper understanding of Shakespeare, his times, and the play examined. Whether it is exploring the streets of fair Verona in “Romeo and Juliet,” the enchanted forest of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” the storm tossed isle of “The Tempest, or the battlements of Elsinore in “Hamlet,” the students will be transported into the play, for it is the thing.
$351- $500
McEntee, Robert Magic or Balloon Sculpturing Workshop Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Other
Students gain ability to fool family & friends with several great feats of magic! Instructional handouts provided and magic taught uses common household objects. Skills gained improve hand eye coordination, dexterity, and teach the power of perseverance. A brief history of magic is discussed and it's relation to current culture. Program is customized for audience ages and ability. Promotion of library as the ideal place to further study is emphasized. Students leave Balloon sculpturing workshop with ability to create several adorable figures. Needed materials are supplied along with resource list.
$201- $350
Vaccai, CFP, Robin Money Matters for Women in Transition Life Skills- Finance
Money Matters for Women in Transition If you are experiencing a life transition – separation or divorce, widowed, or career change – before making any decisions, you should attend this workshop. Transitions often bring overwhelming financial decisions and responsibilities. Without industry jargon, you will come away with the guidance you need to make appropriate decisions. Answers to key financial questions will be provided and plenty of time will be provided for questions from participants. Discussion will include major decisions, contingency funds, managing credit card and other debts, planning for the future, choosing and working with financial advisors, and specific financial considerations for women. Robin Vaccai Yess is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. With more than twenty-five years of industry experience, she has been a fee-only financial planner since 2001. She works with individuals, couples and small business owners to achieve lifelong financial independence. She is a frequent lecturer and writer on personal financial topics. Visit her on the web at RobinYess.com or hvdivorce.com.
Up to $100
Basini, Lisa Chocolate Sculpture Life Skills- Food
Create a master work of art using chocolate dipped treats!
$201- $350
Max, Steve Simon Sez For Better Listening & Respect Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Other
The “Simon Sez For Better Listening & Respect” assembly program is seen at over 100 schools each year. Unique, very funny and high energy, this 45 minute show offers 100% audience participation while teaching your students the importance of being a better listener and showing respect to themselves and others. Additional topics in the show include making good choices, not succumbing to peer pressure and it’s OK to make mistakes. Finally, big colorful banners adorn the stage area with messages of ‘Listening,’ ‘Respect’ and the ‘Six Pillars of Character’. This program contains many musical interludes as well as improvisation, putting it in the categories of both Music and Theater and satisfies the NYS Coser Compliance Standard 1: Creating, Performing and Participating in the Arts.
$501- $1000
Basini, Lisa Take and Bake A Carrot Cake Life Skills- Food
Make the batter for a delicious carrot cake to take home and bake
$201- $350
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