December 11 at Savannah civic center12:30. Cost is $5 per skater. No charge for non skaters.
Please email or text with number of skaters/non-skaters. We only have 120 spots reserved so first come!!
Please pay me with cash. I will be in atrium this Sunday and December 2 between services. I have to pay by December 7 so if I haven’t received your payment by then, I can’t reserve your spot.
If more sign up I may be able to increase if available. There might be other skaters during our time.
Thanks Paula Kizer 843-812-8759 firstname.lastname@example.org
Come on out to a homeschool field trip this Friday at 11 am at The Shed, 809 Paris Avenue in Port Royal.
FREE!!!!! 2017 Festival of Trees – Sponsored by Sea Smiles Pediatric Dentistry
CBC has sponsored a tree that has been decorated by the Kid’s Life Creation Science Class and the 11’O Clock 2nd Grade Sunday School Class.
Contact Kristie Kristie Allen Schubert for more info. email@example.com or 843-592-0528.
Nikki Fripp is in search of a volunteer to help her with a day camp at Scott Community Center on St. Helena. This is would be a wonderful opportunity to impact children in this community and be a witness for the Lord Jesus Christ. Please contact Nikki if you are interested in helping in this way.
She also in need of people to help with rides to some activities that were planned that initially were supposed to have access to a 12 passenger van. This would be once a week.
Additionally if anyone can come and help once or twice a week or for a few hours a day that would also be greatly appreciated.
I am hoping to help some myself after VBS. The camp runs through the first few weeks of August.
Contact me if interested and I will put you in touch with Nikki – firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-592-1502
Saint Elena is sponsoring Home School Days on February 24th from 10 am to 3 pm.
1501 Bay Street Beaufort SC
Cost: $6.00; Children 5 and under free
843-379-1550 for more information!
No preregistration needed. Just show up, learn and have fun.
Our flexibly structured Home School Days are designed for families to learn together while exploring the museum. We will have three different ongoing activity stations in addition to the exhibits, which can all be done at your own pace. Perfect for ages 6-14. Allow about an hour and a half to see and do everything
Museum: Our exhibit, Santa Elena: America’s Untold Story, tells the story of the 16th Century Spanish town of Santa Elena that was located on Parris Island, South Carolina from 1566-1587. Learn what historians and archaeologists have uncovered about the town and its inhabitants.
Camp Dig it: Explore the world of archaeology by excavating reproduction artifacts using the same methods and techniques that a real archaeologist would. See what you can find out about those who lived at Santa Elena.
Meet a settler from Santa Elena: Learn about the history of the town of Santa Elena from the accounts of someone who was there.
Cultures and Conflicts: Hear about the interactions that took place between the Native Americans and the Spanish. See and touch reproduction artifacts that represent what the Spanish and Native Americans used and traded for.
Keep Calm and Put Your Skates On!
***If you have seen this and emailed…yes, you are on the list 🙂 I asked Charlotte to post after being contacted by multiple people who did not see original email. Currently there are more than 80 signed up to skate!! And close to 20 to cheer from the sidelines 😉 Mark your calendars and join us for a fun time on the ice!***
Savannah Civic Center delayed releasing their modified and shortened skating season schedule compliments of Hurricane Matthew. With having to reschedule events and public schools going longer, they are not allotting times for group reservations this year. However, all is not lost! We’ve been approved by the director for the school group rate. We can still show up as a group and skate as a group 🙂
WHEN: December 21, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m. (first morning session)
WHERE: Savannah Civic Center
COST: $5.00 per skater, bystanders free
Email email@example.com with number of skaters and non-skaters so we know our group size and ensure everyone is able to skate.
#1 – Please arrive 15 minutes early, we want to be there and ready at 10:00 sharp.
#2 – Parking is $.30/hr in metered parking.
#3 – Limited to 150 skaters, payment by Dec 15th to Tracy Cartier, and/or drop off to Laura at the front desk at church.
#4 – There will likely be other skaters in addition to our group.
#5 – Don’t forget to wear socks and dress warm 🙂
~ Tracy ~
From Kristie Schubert, Melissa Magbee and Charlotte Cushman –
Hey everyone! A lot of the kids have been working on ornaments in both the 2nd grade Sunday School class (11 am) and the Woman’s Life Geography Class for the CBC tree to benefit Caroline Hospice. We are hoping that many of you will bring your kids out to see the trees this Friday!
The CBC field trip for the Festival of Trees will be on December 2nd at 10:00 am. It is located at 809 Port Republic Street (Tabby Place), right behind Bay Street. All of the beautifully decorated trees will be there, along with Santa and his elves.
The fee for adults is $3, and $1 for children. All proceeds benefit Friends of Caroline Hospice.
email me if you need more info firstname.lastname@example.org
From Kristie Schubert –
To Kids Life Crafts Parents:
So far this year, we have learned about Canada, Scotland, Russia and China. We are learning facts, geographical information and making crafts. The crafts we have been making lately are ornaments for the Festival of Trees. Our theme this year is “For God So Loved the World.”
I have scheduled a field trip for anyone who would like to view our tree. The location is at Tabby Place on Port Republic Street at 10 am on Friday December 4th. Admission is $3 for Adults and $1 for children.
This year’s festival also includes shops, Santa and a Snow Day on Sunday December 6th. A full schedule is here: https://www.facebook.com/FestivalofTreesBeaufort/photos/a.161043790573275.38525.135934063084248/1101916136486031/?type=3&theater
All proceeds go to benefit Friends of Carolina Hospice. The ornaments for our tree were made by the children in our “Crafts around the World” classes during Woman’s Life.
Please call me at 843-592-0528 if you have any questions regarding the field trip December 4th.
There is still time to sign up for the Pumpkin Patch field trip to Madrac Farms. Please email email@example.com with number of students and adults. Please refer to previous post for all the details. 476 6868. Thank you.
PUMPKIN PATCH FIELD TRIP/CORN MAZE/HAY RIDE + MORE
WHERE: MADRAC FARMS, 580 Ralph Rahn Rd., RINCON, GA.
WHEN: OCTOBER 16
TIME: 11:00 A.M Sharp
DETAILS: $5.00 PER STUDENT/ADULTS
LUNCH: I’m recommending a sack lunch. They do offer a lunch package, but it must be ordered ahead of time, which will complicate things. You’re welcome to call and order it individually, just tell them you’re with CBCCA homeschooling group.
SIGN -UP: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with number of students and adults. Please pay by October 8, call Charles Cox for more information @ 476-6868. Thank you.
Please read the following:
Hay ride—Take a class trip through the deep Georgia Woods and around the corn maze. Takes about 10-15 minutes. Classes will try to be loaded together, depending on size.
Corn maze—About 5 acres this year, not to big, but not to small. We recommend breaking up into groups of 5 and trying to see who can make it through the maze the quickest. Takes about 20 minutes.
Hay Play—There’s nothing more enjoyable for a child than playing around in the hay! Please plan on your children getting dirty.
Animal Feeding— A great learning opportunity for those kids that have never seen a goat, pig, or chicken, except on television. Animal feed is included for each child on fieldtrips. A 5 minute walk from the entrance.
Trip through pumpkin patch—We grow our own, and it’s exciting to see little faces when they realize pumpkins grow from a vine. Children will pick up their pie pumpkin that is included in their visit as they exit the farm, not in the pumpkin patch. (The pie pumpkins don’t grow in South Georgia.) A 5-minute walk from the entrance.
Big Slide—New this year is our big slide. Every child will want to take a ride down the 13-foot slide on a potato sack.
Bouncy house— New this year, a bouncy house is included with all admission.
Coupon for FREE visit for each child—Each child participating in a field trip will receive a coupon to come back to the pumpkin patch for FREE during the 2014 season.
Child sized pumpkin (for children only) – Children only will receive a small pumpkin to take home with them. This pumpkin will be picked up at the Entrance/Exit area, not picked from the pumpkin patch. It makes it much easier so parents and teachers aren’t keeping track of 25 different pumpkins during your visit.
Recommendations: We recommend breaking up into class sizes or even groups of 10 when doing a field trip. A great rotation is Corn Maze, Hay ride, Pumpkin Patch, Animal Feeding, Lunch (if dining with us), Hay Play/Bouncy House/Slide. There will NOT be a Farm employee with you to guide your visit, so it is up to teachers/parents to get your group through the farm. We will have employees stationed at all areas of the farm to answer any questions and to assist you and your staff in any way we can.
Depending on your group size, your visit can vary from 1.5 to 2.5 hours. We recommend bringing and wearing your school ID badges while at the farm and that everyone wears closed-toed shoes.
HC’s Homeschool Fridays Return for the New School Year
COLUMBIA, S.C. (Aug. 19, 2014)—Historic Columbia invites all homeschool students to enjoy hands-on activities while learning and exploring different themes and historic sites at Homeschool Fridays, held on the first Friday of each month.
The Homeschool Friday schedule this fall includes:
Sept. 5 | History of Media in Columbia and Richland County
Meet in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St.
Students will explore the rich media history of Columbia and Richland County including early newspapers, radio, and television stations. Topics will include yellow journalism, the assassination of The State’s founder by a lieutenant governor, and samples from newspapers that have operated in Columbia. From The Columbia Gazette in 1794 to ColaDaily.com, students will see how information has been communicated to Richland County’s residents throughout history.
Oct. 3 | Mourning Customs of the 19th Century
Meet in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St.
Students will discover how people in the 19th century mourned the loss of a loved one. Women were expected to observe certain mourning customs such as covering mirrors in a black cloth, wearing dark clothing and black jewelry, and even children wore a black ribbon around their arm. The students will also make their own “hair wreath,” a common practice to remember a loved one.
Nov. 7 | Woodrow Wilson’s Presidency
Meet at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home, 1705 Hampton St.
The lasting effects of President Woodrow Wilson’s decisions as this nation’s leader continue to be felt today. This program will explore his work as president including the creation of the Federal Reserve to stabilize the banking system, his leadership in World War I, and the passage of the 19th amendment granting women the right to vote.
Dec. 5 | Main Street Tour
Meet at the South Carolina State House at the intersection of Gervais and Main streets.
Main Street, or Richardson Street as it was originally called, is the most architecturally diverse area of Columbia today. From 19th-century two-story brick buildings to the newest office towers, Main Street’s prosperity has grown and declined over the city’s history. On a walking tour from the State House to the Tapp’s building, students will see the first mall on Main Street, bank vaults, movie theaters, and former department stores as they learn how building uses have changed and how Main Street is being revived.
Historic Columbia’s Homeschool Friday programs are $5 per student and open to all homeschool students of elementary and middle school age levels, and reservations are suggested. To reserve a spot or get more information, visit historiccolumbia.org, email email@example.com or call 803-252-1770 ext. 36.
About Historic Columbia:
In November 1961, a small group of individuals intent on saving the Ainsley Hall House from demolition officially incorporated as the Historic Columbia Foundation. Over the next five decades the organization, which was founded on the premise of preservation and education, would take on the stewardship of seven historic properties in Richland County. Today, the organization serves as a model for local preservation efforts and interpretation of local history. Visit historiccolumbia.org or find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube for more details.
Director of Marketing & Communications
1601 Richland St., Columbia, SC 29201
Please choose ONE of the dates below:
Tuesday May 27 @ 930am or Monday June 2 @ 930am
email: firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or through facebook page Homeschooling Little Feet
Please plan to arrive between 9-920am so we can start before it gets too hot. Each day is limited to 25 blueberry pickers so please indicate how many pickers you will be bringing. The field trip will take about 1 ½ to 2 hours total. Please bring a Ziploc or something for you to take your fruit home in. The first pint is free and after that $4.00/pt. If there is any other produce ready to sell it will also be available during our trip. You are welcome to bring a blanket and picnic lunch but please read the notes below.
Note: There is no shade so please dress/spray your little ones accordingly (hats, bug spray, sunscreen, ect). Everyone is required to wear tennis shoes. NO flip flops allowed. They do have ant hills and other creatures that you would expect to be out in the wild.
Address: 3585 Pineland Rd, Varnville, SC 29944
You cannot get here using GPS so here are the directions…
Go out to Gardens Corner and take a left At Point South go straight as though you were going to get on I 95 South. Turn right on Frontage Road off of the feeder. Follow this to Coosawhatchie and turn right on to 462. Follow this to 462/.278 and turn right again towards Gillisonville. At Gillisonville turn left on to Langforville Rd. Go about 5 miles and turn right onto the paved road… that is Pineland Road, however there is no road sign… little cemetery on the corner that you can see when you stop at the stop sign. Our drive is about 1/2 mile down on the left…. it is 3585/3581 (two signs on the same post) There are two driveways there and ours is the second. Follow road in and pass the garden – turn left and go to the big shed.