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Find ALL enrichment offerings (sorted chronologically in each age category) for the following ages:

0-11 months | 1 year | 2 years | 3 years | 4 years | 5 years | 6 years
7 years | 8 years | 9 years | 10 years | 11 years | 12 years | Teen | Adult

 

 

 


0-11 months

 

 

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)

These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!

Register: Tuesdays at 9:15               Tuesdays at 10:00                            Tuesdays at 10:45

 Tuesdays at 11:30 Fridays at 9:15                   Fridays at 10:00

 Fridays at 10:45                 Fridays at 11:30

 

 

 

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1 year

 

 

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)

These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!

Register: Tuesdays at 9:15               Tuesdays at 10:00                            Tuesdays at 10:45    

Tuesdays at 11:30                            Fridays at 9:15                   Fridays at 10:00  

Fridays at 10:45                 Fridays at 11:30

 

Mundo de Colores Pod (12 months-3 years)

This class is for families who want to participate in the semi-private pod offerings but do not have a group of families to create their own pod with. This class will be closed to the public one week after it begins so that the group is the same students for the season.

Art projects and crafts will help your little one learn simple Spanish phrases and colors. Mundo de Colores promotes development of hand-eye coordination, visual and fine motor skills through sequencing and arranging.  This class will also broaden awareness of colors, shapes, shades and textures.

Register: Fridays at 9:15

 

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2 years old

 

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)

These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!

Register: Tuesdays at 9:15               Tuesdays at 10:00                            Tuesdays at 10:45    

Tuesdays at 11:30                            Fridays at 9:15                   Fridays at 10:00  

Fridays at 10:45                 Fridays at 11:30

 

Mundo de Colores Pod (12 months-3 years)

This class is for families who want to participate in the semi-private pod offerings but do not have a group of families to create their own pod with. This class will be closed to the public one week after it begins so that the group is the same students for the season.

Art projects and crafts will help your little one learn simple Spanish phrases and colors. Mundo de Colores promotes development of hand-eye coordination, visual and fine motor skills through sequencing and arranging.  This class will also broaden awareness of colors, shapes, shades and textures.

Register: Fridays at 9:15

 

 

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3 years old

 

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)

These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!

Register: Tuesdays at 9:15               Tuesdays at 10:00                            Tuesdays at 10:45    

Tuesdays at 11:30                            Fridays at 9:15                   Fridays at 10:00  

Fridays at 10:45                 Fridays at 11:30

 

Mundo de Colores Pod (12 months-3 years)

This class is for families who want to participate in the semi-private pod offerings but do not have a group of families to create their own pod with. This class will be closed to the public one week after it begins so that the group is the same students for the season.

Art projects and crafts will help your little one learn simple Spanish phrases and colors. Mundo de Colores promotes development of hand-eye coordination, visual and fine motor skills through sequencing and arranging.  This class will also broaden awareness of colors, shapes, shades and textures.

Register: Fridays at 9:15

 

Animal Education Art (3-5 years)

In this art class, students will focus on a different animal each week, learning about what makes them special like where they are from and what they eat. After learning about the animal, students will create an art project inspired by the animal, merging zoology with creating!

Register: Thursday at 11:15

       

Espanol Mini (3-5 years)

Hola! In this class, native Spanish speaker Ms. Adriana will introduce little ones to a full bilingual experience. Children will actively develop their Spanish language skills through simple songs, routines and fun developmentally appropriate activities. Our diverse and culture rich curriculum will nurture cognitive and language that will also strengthen fine motor skills through fun creative projects. At the end of each session, kids will have a memory documentation of everything they learn in class!

Register: Wednesdays at 11:15

 

Fairytale Art (3-5 years)

In this class, students will immerse themselves into a different Fairy Tale creation each week. Participants will make magical pieces of art such as princes, princesses and other mythical creature designs, allowing for imagination and creativity. We'll read a diverse range of fairy tales, while learning about colors, combinations and textures.

Register: Mondays at 11:15

  

Ocean Explorers (3-5 years) 

Dive into this new art class with us as we learn all about the ocean and the creatures that call it home. Students can make a splash in our water tank and will create a new art project related to the lesson each week, learning with a greater understanding of the seven seas.  

Register: Fridays at 10:15

 

Play, Paint & Investigate (3-5 years) 

The next step to fulfill the investigative and natural schema of childhood. Join us for a hands-on, messy class letting your child create and play through different provocations and social-emotional skill activities. Through interesting inquiry and pretend play, we will use various textures,  materials and mediums. We will smash and mix, discovering our senses using mortar, pestles, clay, light, shadow and paint among other sensory fulfilling activities. 

Register: Tuesdays at 4:00 

 

Science Experiment Explorers (3-5 years)

Your curious scientist will exposed to all sorts of experiments in this class! Learn how clouds are formed and watch a rainstorm in a bottle! Get the chance to see what happens when vinegar and baking soda combine and discuss density as we see which objects sink or float and delight as colors dance as they pass through a prism. Look forward to getting your hands messy as we explore all that science has to offer!

Register: Mondays at 3:15                Mondays at 4:15

 

Toddler Storybook Ballet (3-5 years) 

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes!

Register: Wednesdays at 4:30

 

  

 

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4 years old

 

 

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)

These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!

Register: Tuesdays at 9:15               Tuesdays at 10:00                            Tuesdays at 10:45    

Tuesdays at 11:30                            Fridays at 9:15                   Fridays at 10:00  

Fridays at 10:45                 Fridays at 11:30

 

Animal Education Art (3-5 years)

In this art class, students will focus on a different animal each week, learning about what makes them special like where they are from and what they eat. After learning about the animal, students will create an art project inspired by the animal, merging zoology with creating!

Register: Thursday at 11:15

       

Espanol Mini (3-5 years)

Hola! In this class, native Spanish speaker Ms. Adriana will introduce little ones to a full bilingual experience. Children will actively develop their Spanish language skills through simple songs, routines and fun developmentally appropriate activities. Our diverse and culture rich curriculum will nurture cognitive and language that will also strengthen fine motor skills through fun creative projects. At the end of each session, kids will have a memory documentation of everything they learn in class!

Register: Wednesdays at 11:15

 

Fairytale Art (3-5 years)

In this class, students will immerse themselves into a different Fairy Tale creation each week. Participants will make magical pieces of art such as princes, princesses and other mythical creature designs, allowing for imagination and creativity. We'll read a diverse range of fairy tales, while learning about colors, combinations and textures.

Register: Mondays at 11:15

  

Ocean Explorers (3-5 years) 

Dive into this new art class with us as we learn all about the ocean and the creatures that call it home. Students can make a splash in our water tank and will create a new art project related to the lesson each week, learning with a greater understanding of the seven seas.  

Register: Fridays at 10:15

 

Play, Paint & Investigate (3-5 years) 

The next step to fulfill the investigative and natural schema of childhood. Join us for a hands-on, messy class letting your child create and play through different provocations and social-emotional skill activities. Through interesting inquiry and pretend play, we will use various textures,  materials and mediums. We will smash and mix, discovering our senses using mortar, pestles, clay, light, shadow and paint among other sensory fulfilling activities. 

Register: Tuesdays at 4:00 

 

Science Experiment Explorers (3-5 years)

Your curious scientist will exposed to all sorts of experiments in this class! Learn how clouds are formed and watch a rainstorm in a bottle! Get the chance to see what happens when vinegar and baking soda combine and discuss density as we see which objects sink or float and delight as colors dance as they pass through a prism. Look forward to getting your hands messy as we explore all that science has to offer!

Register: Mondays at 3:15                Mondays at 4:15

 

Toddler Storybook Ballet (3-5 years) 

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes!

Register: Wednesdays at 4:30

 

Storybook Ballet (4-7 years) 

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes!

Register: Wednesdays at 5:30

 


 

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5 years old

 

 

 

Animal Education Art (3-5 years)

In this art class, students will focus on a different animal each week, learning about what makes them special like where they are from and what they eat. After learning about the animal, students will create an art project inspired by the animal, merging zoology with creating!

Register: Thursday at 11:15

       

Espanol Mini (3-5 years)

Hola! In this class, native Spanish speaker Ms. Adriana will introduce little ones to a full bilingual experience. Children will actively develop their Spanish language skills through simple songs, routines and fun developmentally appropriate activities. Our diverse and culture rich curriculum will nurture cognitive and language that will also strengthen fine motor skills through fun creative projects. At the end of each session, kids will have a memory documentation of everything they learn in class!

Register: Wednesdays at 11:15

 

Fairytale Art (3-5 years)

In this class, students will immerse themselves into a different Fairy Tale creation each week. Participants will make magical pieces of art such as princes, princesses and other mythical creature designs, allowing for imagination and creativity. We'll read a diverse range of fairy tales, while learning about colors, combinations and textures.

Register: Mondays at 11:15

  

Ocean Explorers (3-5 years) 

Dive into this new art class with us as we learn all about the ocean and the creatures that call it home. Students can make a splash in our water tank and will create a new art project related to the lesson each week, learning with a greater understanding of the seven seas.  

Register: Fridays at 10:15

 

Play, Paint & Investigate (3-5 years) 

The next step to fulfill the investigative and natural schema of childhood. Join us for a hands-on, messy class letting your child create and play through different provocations and social-emotional skill activities. Through interesting inquiry and pretend play, we will use various textures,  materials and mediums. We will smash and mix, discovering our senses using mortar, pestles, clay, light, shadow and paint among other sensory fulfilling activities. 

Register: Tuesdays at 4:00 

 

Science Experiment Explorers (3-5 years)

Your curious scientist will exposed to all sorts of experiments in this class! Learn how clouds are formed and watch a rainstorm in a bottle! Get the chance to see what happens when vinegar and baking soda combine and discuss density as we see which objects sink or float and delight as colors dance as they pass through a prism. Look forward to getting your hands messy as we explore all that science has to offer!

Register: Mondays at 3:15                Mondays at 4:15

 

Toddler Storybook Ballet (3-5 years) 

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes!

Register: Wednesdays at 4:30

 

Storybook Ballet (4-7 years) 

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes!

Register: Wednesdays at 5:30

 

Beginner Karate (5-7 years) 

Beginner Karate focuses on rule-play and trusting that three basic rules will ensure a safe martial arts experience! Children will learn the most basic dojo (training hall) etiquette: how to bow and how to listen with their eyes. Attentive practice will keep students aware of their surroundings and fellow students as they begin to learn the basics of sparring in relation to defending themselves. Raising their hand to speak, or demonstrating the Statue of Liberty, gives them a lot of power and a voice in the class.  

Register: Tuesdays at 4:30               Thursdays at 4:00                             Thursdays at 5:00

 

Espanol Junior (5-7 years)

This version of Espanol Junior will continue the work with its predecessor Espanol Mini, taking a next level approach to the bilingual experience. Even if this is their first bilingual class experience, kids will begin or continue to strengthen their learning approach to the Spanish language. Children will actively develop their Spanish language skills through simple songs, routines and fun developmentally appropriate activities. Our diverse and culture rich curriculum will nurture cognitive and language development activities that will also strengthen fine motor skills through fun creative projects.

Register: Wednesdays at 3:30

 

Stuffed Animal Art (5-8 years)

This class is for students looking to learn how to create with a needle and thread as well as some basics of knitting with the ultimate goal of creating stuffed animals while gaining skills useful for other crafts too. 

Register now: Thursdays at 4:00pm

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.

Register: Mondays at 5:30

 

STEM Investigators (6-8 years)

Begin your child's exploration into STEM through a fun, story based exploration of engineering and much more. Solve problems and test out "what ifs" from your favorite childhood stories. With different stories and age appropriate tasks each week your little one will be amazed what they can achieve.

Register: Wednesdays at 4:30

 


 

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6 years old

 

 

 

Storybook Ballet (4-7 years) 

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes!

Register: Wednesdays at 5:30

 

Beginner Karate (5-7 years) 

Beginner Karate focuses on rule-play and trusting that three basic rules will ensure a safe martial arts experience! Children will learn the most basic dojo (training hall) etiquette: how to bow and how to listen with their eyes. Attentive practice will keep students aware of their surroundings and fellow students as they begin to learn the basics of sparring in relation to defending themselves. Raising their hand to speak, or demonstrating the Statue of Liberty, gives them a lot of power and a voice in the class.  

Register: Tuesdays at 4:30               Thursdays at 4:00                             Thursdays at 5:00

 

Espanol Junior (5-7 years)

This version of Espanol Junior will continue the work with its predecessor Espanol Mini, taking a next level approach to the bilingual experience. Even if this is their first bilingual class experience, kids will begin or continue to strengthen their learning approach to the Spanish language. Children will actively develop their Spanish language skills through simple songs, routines and fun developmentally appropriate activities. Our diverse and culture rich curriculum will nurture cognitive and language development activities that will also strengthen fine motor skills through fun creative projects.

Register: Wednesdays at 3:30

 

Stuffed Animal Art (5-8 years)

This class is for students looking to learn how to create with a needle and thread as well as some basics of knitting with the ultimate goal of creating stuffed animals while gaining skills useful for other crafts too. 

Register now: Thursdays at 4:00pm

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.

Register: Mondays at 5:30

 

STEM Investigators (6-8 years)

Begin your child's exploration into STEM through a fun, story based exploration of engineering and much more. Solve problems and test out "what ifs" from your favorite childhood stories. With different stories and age appropriate tasks each week your little one will be amazed what they can achieve.

Register: Wednesdays at 4:30

 

Jewelry Making (6-9 years)

We will create beautiful pieces of jewelry using various methods and materials including metal, wire, paper, clay, recycled objects and much more. By learning how jewelry is made we will use our imagination and creativity to make unique pieces for ourselves and others.

Register: Thursdays at 5:00

 

Musical Theater & Arts (6-9 years)

Explore the art of musical theater, set and costume design! The first part of this class will be spent in our Performance Hall (the Main Assembly Room, of course!) learning lines and songs, blocking and choreography. Next, participants will travel up to the art room, where they'll work to create backdrops, props, and other inspired works of art to complement their theatrical work.

Register now:  Tuesday at 4:00

 


 

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7 years old
 

 

 

 

Storybook Ballet (4-7 years) 

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes!

Register: Wednesdays at 5:30

 

Beginner Karate (5-7 years) 

Beginner Karate focuses on rule-play and trusting that three basic rules will ensure a safe martial arts experience! Children will learn the most basic dojo (training hall) etiquette: how to bow and how to listen with their eyes. Attentive practice will keep students aware of their surroundings and fellow students as they begin to learn the basics of sparring in relation to defending themselves. Raising their hand to speak, or demonstrating the Statue of Liberty, gives them a lot of power and a voice in the class.  

Register: Tuesdays at 4:30               Thursdays at 4:00                             Thursdays at 5:00

 

Espanol Junior (5-7 years)

This version of Espanol Junior will continue the work with its predecessor Espanol Mini, taking a next level approach to the bilingual experience. Even if this is their first bilingual class experience, kids will begin or continue to strengthen their learning approach to the Spanish language. Children will actively develop their Spanish language skills through simple songs, routines and fun developmentally appropriate activities. Our diverse and culture rich curriculum will nurture cognitive and language development activities that will also strengthen fine motor skills through fun creative projects.

Register: Wednesdays at 3:30

 

Stuffed Animal Art (5-8 years)

This class is for students looking to learn how to create with a needle and thread as well as some basics of knitting with the ultimate goal of creating stuffed animals while gaining skills useful for other crafts too. 

Register now: Thursdays at 4:00pm

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.

Register: Mondays at 5:30

 

STEM Investigators (6-8 years)

Begin your child's exploration into STEM through a fun, story based exploration of engineering and much more. Solve problems and test out "what ifs" from your favorite childhood stories. With different stories and age appropriate tasks each week your little one will be amazed what they can achieve.

Register: Wednesdays at 4:30

 

Jewelry Making (6-9 years)

We will create beautiful pieces of jewelry using various methods and materials including metal, wire, paper, clay, recycled objects and much more. By learning how jewelry is made we will use our imagination and creativity to make unique pieces for ourselves and others.

Register: Thursdays at 5:00

 

Musical Theater & Arts (6-9 years)

Explore the art of musical theater, set and costume design! The first part of this class will be spent in our Performance Hall (the Main Assembly Room, of course!) learning lines and songs, blocking and choreography. Next, participants will travel up to the art room, where they'll work to create backdrops, props, and other inspired works of art to complement their theatrical work.

Register now:  Tuesday at 4:00

 

Online Chess (7-10 years) 

This online course is an introduction to the rules and general play of the game of chess. Participants will learn basics and fundamental strategies. They will have the chance to play games against other students. By the end of the semester, players will have the knowledge to fully enjoy the game of chess!

Register: Mondays at 3:15               Mondays at 4:00

 

Intermediate Fencing (7-12 years)

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.

Register: Mondays at 6:30

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 

Register: Tuesdays at 5:30

 


 

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8 years old

 

 

 

Stuffed Animal Art (5-8 years)

This class is for students looking to learn how to create with a needle and thread as well as some basics of knitting with the ultimate goal of creating stuffed animals while gaining skills useful for other crafts too. 

Register now: Thursdays at 4:00pm

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.

Register: Mondays at 5:30

 

STEM Investigators (6-8 years)

Begin your child's exploration into STEM through a fun, story based exploration of engineering and much more. Solve problems and test out "what ifs" from your favorite childhood stories. With different stories and age appropriate tasks each week your little one will be amazed what they can achieve.

Register: Wednesdays at 4:30

 

Jewelry Making (6-9 years)

We will create beautiful pieces of jewelry using various methods and materials including metal, wire, paper, clay, recycled objects and much more. By learning how jewelry is made we will use our imagination and creativity to make unique pieces for ourselves and others.

Register: Thursdays at 5:00

 

Musical Theater & Arts (6-9 years)

Explore the art of musical theater, set and costume design! The first part of this class will be spent in our Performance Hall (the Main Assembly Room, of course!) learning lines and songs, blocking and choreography. Next, participants will travel up to the art room, where they'll work to create backdrops, props, and other inspired works of art to complement their theatrical work.

Register now:  Tuesday at 4:00

 

Online Chess (7-10 years) 

This online course is an introduction to the rules and general play of the game of chess. Participants will learn basics and fundamental strategies. They will have the chance to play games against other students. By the end of the semester, players will have the knowledge to fully enjoy the game of chess!

Register: Mondays at 3:15               Mondays at 4:00

 

Intermediate Fencing (7-12 years)

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.

Register: Mondays at 6:30

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 

Register: Tuesdays at 5:30

 


   

 

 

 

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9 years old

 

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.

Register: Mondays at 5:30

 

Jewelry Making (6-9 years)

We will create beautiful pieces of jewelry using various methods and materials including metal, wire, paper, clay, recycled objects and much more. By learning how jewelry is made we will use our imagination and creativity to make unique pieces for ourselves and others.

Register: Thursdays at 5:00

 

Musical Theater & Arts (6-9 years)

Explore the art of musical theater, set and costume design! The first part of this class will be spent in our Performance Hall (the Main Assembly Room, of course!) learning lines and songs, blocking and choreography. Next, participants will travel up to the art room, where they'll work to create backdrops, props, and other inspired works of art to complement their theatrical work.

Register now:  Tuesday at 4:00

 

Online Chess (7-10 years) 

This online course is an introduction to the rules and general play of the game of chess. Participants will learn basics and fundamental strategies. They will have the chance to play games against other students. By the end of the semester, players will have the knowledge to fully enjoy the game of chess!

Register: Mondays at 3:15               Mondays at 4:00

 

Intermediate Fencing (7-12 years)

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.

Register: Mondays at 6:30

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 

Register: Tuesdays at 5:30

 


 


 

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10 years old

 

 

 

 

Online Chess (7-10 years) 

This online course is an introduction to the rules and general play of the game of chess. Participants will learn basics and fundamental strategies. They will have the chance to play games against other students. By the end of the semester, players will have the knowledge to fully enjoy the game of chess!

Register: Mondays at 3:15               Mondays at 4:00

 

Intermediate Fencing (7-12 years)

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.

Register: Mondays at 6:30

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 

Register: Tuesdays at 5:30

 


 

 

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11 years old

 

 

 

Online Chess (7-10 years) 

This online course is an introduction to the rules and general play of the game of chess. Participants will learn basics and fundamental strategies. They will have the chance to play games against other students. By the end of the semester, players will have the knowledge to fully enjoy the game of chess!

Register: Mondays at 3:15               Mondays at 4:00

 

Intermediate Fencing (7-12 years)

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.

Register: Mondays at 6:30

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 

Register: Tuesdays at 5:30

 


 

 

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12 years old  

 

 

 

Online Chess (7-10 years) 

This online course is an introduction to the rules and general play of the game of chess. Participants will learn basics and fundamental strategies. They will have the chance to play games against other students. By the end of the semester, players will have the knowledge to fully enjoy the game of chess!

Register: Mondays at 3:15               Mondays at 4:00

 

Intermediate Fencing (7-12 years)

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.

Register: Mondays at 6:30

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 

Register: Tuesdays at 5:30

 


 

 

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Teen

 

Private Music Lessons

Our private music lessons provide one-on-one music instruction. Gifted piano, guitar and percussion teachers work to cultivate skills by incorporating requests and popular music along with the classics during lesson times.

Piano & violin instructed by Melanie Maz and Roselyn Hobbs. View violin resources and piano resources.
Guitar, drums, piano and ukulele instructed by Jonas Kublickas.

Space is available | Call (617) 227-5838 ext. 130 to inquire about availability

Private music lessons are conducted in the music room in the basement and are one-on-one (instructor with child), as is the industry standard with most private music lessons. Parents and caregivers are welcome to stay with the child in the room with the instructor during the lesson, but that is at the discretion of the parent.

 

 

 

 

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Adult

 

 

Private Music Lessons

Our private music lessons provide one-on-one music instruction. Gifted piano, guitar and percussion teachers work to cultivate skills by incorporating requests and popular music along with the classics during lesson times.

Piano & violin instructed by Melanie Maz and Roselyn Hobbs. View violin resources and piano resources.
Guitar, drums, piano and ukulele instructed by Jonas Kublickas.

Space is available | Call (617) 227-5838 ext. 130 to inquire about availability

Private music lessons are conducted in the music room in the basement and are one-on-one (instructor with child), as is the industry standard with most private music lessons. Parents and caregivers are welcome to stay with the child in the room with the instructor during the lesson, but that is at the discretion of the parent.

 

 

 

 

 

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Questions?

Email our Enrichment Programs Coordinator, Elizabeth Charest

Superhero Social (2-8 years)

11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Firehouse
$10 for members, $15 for non-members
Come spend lunchtime at the Firehouse for our first tea party! We’ll sip on iced tea (and hot tea for grown ups), munch on pinwheel sandwiches and play some games with other party-goers. Ties and tutus will be provided for little ones to make the event even more memorable.
Register now: June 1

Hands-On Art & Self-Expression (19 months-3 years)
One of the most intriguing ways that youngsters express themselves is through art. As children draw, paint and make collages, they are learning about the world. Toddlers are not yet consciously aware of color coordination and spatial relationships, but art can give them a sense of these areas in this stage of their development - and this is only the beginning. Art provides another much-needed outlet for budding young minds, and at the same time it teaches important skills as they express themselves through the use of different materials. With all of these benefits, it's easy to see why encouraging toddlers to be artistic is so important: join us in the art room as we use a rainbow of colors, clay, paint, paste and so much more to pique your child's curiosity and creativity in this exciting multimedia program.
This workshop taught by Jenn Sherr.
Register now: Tuesdays 9:15
Hands-On Art & Self-Expression (19 months-3 years)
One of the most intriguing ways that youngsters express themselves is through art. As children draw, paint and make collages, they are learning about the world. Toddlers are not yet consciously aware of color coordination and spatial relationships, but art can give them a sense of these areas in this stage of their development - and this is only the beginning. Art provides another much-needed outlet for budding young minds, and at the same time it teaches important skills as they express themselves through the use of different materials. With all of these benefits, it's easy to see why encouraging toddlers to be artistic is so important: join us in the art room as we use a rainbow of colors, clay, paint, paste and so much more to pique your child's curiosity and creativity in this exciting multimedia program.
This workshop taught by Jenn Sherr.
Register now: Tuesdays 9:15

Hands-On Art & Self-Expression (19 months-3 years)
One of the most intriguing ways that youngsters express themselves is through art. As children draw, paint and make collages, they are learning about the world. Toddlers are not yet consciously aware of color coordination and spatial relationships, but art can give them a sense of these areas in this stage of their development - and this is only the beginning. Art provides another much-needed outlet for budding young minds, and at the same time it teaches important skills as they express themselves through the use of different materials. With all of these benefits, it's easy to see why encouraging toddlers to be artistic is so important: join us in the art room as we use a rainbow of colors, clay, paint, paste and so much more to pique your child's curiosity and creativity in this exciting multimedia program.
This workshop taught by Jenn Sherr.
Register now: Tuesdays 9:15

 

 
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Party Animals! (2-8 years)  
11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Firehouse
$10 for members, $15 for non-members

Calling all Party Animals!  Hear us Roar! Come dressed as your favorite animal us as we turn Hill House in to a Jungle for the day! Join us for art, games and refreshments as you hang out with your kiddos and socialize with other families in the neighborhood! It’ll be a wild time- we’re not “lion”!

Register now: January 28

 
donuts

 

Party Animals! (2-8 years)  
11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Firehouse
$10 for members, $15 for non-members

Calling all Party Animals!  Hear us Roar! Come dressed as your favorite animal us as we turn Hill House in to a Jungle for the day! Join us for art, games and refreshments as you hang out with your kiddos and socialize with other families in the neighborhood! It’ll be a wild time- we’re not “lion”!

Register now: January 28

 
donuts

 

Party Animals! (2-8 years)  
11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Firehouse
$10 for members, $15 for non-members

Calling all Party Animals!  Hear us Roar! Come dressed as your favorite animal us as we turn Hill House in to a Jungle for the day! Join us for art, games and refreshments as you hang out with your kiddos and socialize with other families in the neighborhood! It’ll be a wild time- we’re not “lion”!

Register now: January 28