Don’t miss out on this opportunity for your children that are in 2nd through 5th grades! Acting classes will be held on Mondays from 11:00 am to Noon for eight weeks beginning February 4 and running through April 18 at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Pensacola, 9888 Pensacola Blvd. The cost is $15 per student per class, payable by the month or by the session. Sibling discounts are available.
The instructor, Nathanael Fisher, is a Florida native and received his B.A. in Theatre Studies and his M.F.A. in Acting. He acts, produces, directs and teaches theatre classes for ages 6 through adult. He is currently an adjunct theatre professor at University of West Florida and Gulf Coast State College. You can see his full bio at www.nathanaelfisher.com.
Your children will build skills in acting through warm ups, theatre games, and character work using monologues.
You may download a registration form to complete and bring with you. Download the registration form here: Homeschool Acting Registration Form
Or, if you prefer, you may complete the online registration form here: Online Homeschool Acting Registration Form
Please let Robin know that you plan to attend or contact her for more information by email hsacting at pensacolahomeschool.org.
Please share this information! An acting class is more fun with more kids! Print out this flyer and take it to your next homeschool meeting! Print Homeschool Acting Flyer
The Pensacola Museum of Art is pleased to announce the innovative new program, Art Academy for Autism. This program seeks to fulfill a need in the community for creative services that engage children on the autism spectrum. During these classes, students will be introduced to projects that include drawing, painting, collage, ceramics, sculpture and mixed media. Classes will be offered free of charge, twice monthly, for two separate groups ages 5-8 and 9-13 years-old. Applications are now being accepted.
Click here for the application.
Paul McAuliffe is a world/ethnic flute player, flute maker, drummer, songwriter, social services worker, autism advocate and storyteller and will be presenting his “Flutes, Autism & the Creative Process” program in Pensacola on October 14. Please share this flyer so that everyone can have the opportunity to share in Paul’s experience with Autism. This is a wonderful opportunity!
Escambia Westgate School is looking for motivated homeschool students (ages 13+) to volunteer their time and energy to provide meaningful social and learning experiences for our high school students with severe disabilities. The volunteers will assist supervising teachers with themed “Clubs” from 1:25 pm-1:55 pm on Friday afternoons. Opportunities to volunteer for special events, such as Special Olympics, will also be available throughout the school year.
To learn more contact Beth Thead at (850) 494-5700 ext 280 or firstname.lastname@example.org.