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Creative Drama and Movement Series at the Brick House
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Date(s) - 03/04/2014 - 04/15/2014
7:00 pm

Location
The Brick House Community Resource Center

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Want to dance away the winter blues or try something new? Join us for FREE drama games and creative movement workshops! ALL YOUTH ages 13 and up are most welcome!

We will meet weekly to explore identity and community through drama games and movement. This series welcomes youth who have little or no experience with drama and/or movement, and also invites more experienced practitioners to take an active role in shaping and facilitating some activities for the whole group. This series encourages youth with and without disabilities to take a risk, try something new and connect through diversity.

Dates: March 4th-April 15th, 2014, every Tuesday from 7-8:30pm . . .IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN.

With questions or to register, contact: Kaia Jackson at (413) 774-5558 Ext. 1004

Sponsored by: RISE AmeriCorps, The United Arc, The Brick House, United Way Partner Agency

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