Dance activities – Del Cuer PO http://delcuerpo.com/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 17:58:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://delcuerpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/profile-120x120.png Dance activities – Del Cuer PO http://delcuerpo.com/ 32 32 Canada Day fireworks and activities in Edmonton https://delcuerpo.com/canada-day-fireworks-and-activities-in-edmonton/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 17:58:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/canada-day-fireworks-and-activities-in-edmonton/ Get ready to celebrate Canada on Friday with this list of events taking place in and around Edmonton on July 1st. Find out where to watch fireworks in your area, then scroll down to see what else is happening for Canada Day. FIREWORKS IN AND AROUND EDMONTON Pancake Breakfast on the grounds of […]]]>

Get ready to celebrate Canada on Friday with this list of events taking place in and around Edmonton on July 1st.

Find out where to watch fireworks in your area, then scroll down to see what else is happening for Canada Day.

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Pancake Breakfast on the grounds of the Legislative Assembly
The Ismaili Council of Edmonton and the Edmonton Celebrates Canada Society will host the 33rd annual Canada Day Breakfast. Breakfast is served from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.


Canada Day Road Race
After a two-year hiatus, the Canada Day Road Race to benefit the Canadian Cancer Society is back. It begins at 7 a.m. at the Legislature bandstand.


Canada Day in Leduc
Meet at the Leduc Recreation Center between 8:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. for a pancake breakfast, then head to the grain elevator for the Canada Day Parade. Parade route beginning at the grain elevator and heading west on 50th Avenue, turning north on 50th Street, then east on 52nd Avenue. A complete list of events in Leduc is available online.


Canada Day at Sherwood Park
Meet at Broadmoor Park between 9am and 11:30pm for Sherwood Park’s annual Canada Day celebration.


Canada Day at Spruce Grove
Come down to the Protective Services Building at 9am for a pancake breakfast and continue the celebrations all day. Crafts, bouncy bouncers, ax throwers and more can be found at various locations throughout the day.


Canada Day in Fort Saskatchewan
The Fort Saskatchewan Canada Day Parade is in person again in 2022. It begins at 11 a.m. at 101 Street downtown.


Indigenous cultural exhibit
Head to Heritage Park in Stony Plain from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for an Aboriginal cultural display, dragon dance, car show and Main Street splinter, and more.


Canadian Animals at the Valley Zoo
The zoo celebrates its local residents with special animal talks between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. There will also be live music, magic shows, a scavenger hunt, activity tables and more.


Be sustainable at the Muttart Conservatory
Learn about recycling by crafting from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in honor of the Junkyard Feature Pyramid. There will also be planting activities and a circus performer.


Drum for Diversity
The Edmonton Chapter of the Chinese Canadian National Congress is hosting an event at the West Edmonton Mall beginning at 10:30 a.m. to celebrate diversity, multiculturalism and thank frontline workers. There will be drumming, dancing and Kung Fu.


Edmonton Garrison Canada Day Celebration
Enjoy inflatables, a petting zoo, ax throwing, games, face painting, balloon artists, hay rides, food and more. The fun happens at Lancaster Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Maple Ice Cream at TELUS World of Science
Make maple-flavored ice cream from liquid nitrogen at 12 p.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m., or watch a model rocket launch at 2 p.m.


Canada Day in St. Albert
St. Albert Place and Lions Park will host family activities from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., including a free concert with local artists, face painting, games, food trucks, and more. There will also be two Encanto performances at 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Bring your own chairs and blankets.


Canada Day at the Alberta Legislative Assembly
Come and experience the province’s biggest Canada Day party from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. The event will showcase Alberta’s diversity with fun festivities all over the field.


Canada Day in Chinatown
The Chinese Benevolent Association of Edmonton will host cultural performances, games, craft and trinket sales, and food vendors from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Kinistinaw Park (96 Street, 102A Avenue to 103A Avenue).


Canada Day Celebration at Mill Woods
Honor Canada with a free and inclusive event, featuring multicultural performances, dance, music and fireworks. This happens from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. at 66 Street and 23 Avenue. This is the 30th year of the celebration.


Hadi Mosque Canada Day Event
The Hadi Mosque (7005 98 Avenue) will recite the anthem and prayers for Canada from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.


Canada Day at ICE District Plaza
Wear your Canadian colors at the ICE District and enjoy live music, food, drink, photo ops, ax throwing, body painting, patio games and more, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. h.


show and shine
Head south to Edmonton International Raceway for the Canada Day Show and Shine from 7 p.m. to midnight


Baseball and fireworks
The Edmonton Riverhawks take on the Nanaimo Nightowls at 7:05 p.m. at REMAX Field and will have a front row seat for the city’s fireworks show!

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Senior Activities: June 27-July 3 | Community https://delcuerpo.com/senior-activities-june-27-july-3-community/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/senior-activities-june-27-july-3-community/ Department of Community Activities and Services, at The Watermark, 209 S. Center St., Beaver Dam Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Active adult programs are open to people 50 and older. City residents pay program and activity fees. Non-residents pay an annual fee of $25, plus program and activity […]]]>

Department of Community Activities and Services, at The Watermark, 209 S. Center St., Beaver Dam

Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Active adult programs are open to people 50 and older. City residents pay program and activity fees. Non-residents pay an annual fee of $25, plus program and activity fees. For more information, call 920-887-4639 ext. 103.

The Community Center Courier newsletter lists activities and is available free at cityofbeaverdam.com/bdcas and citywide or $13.50 per year by mail.

The Watermark is a Monday-Friday Dodge County seniors dining site. Participants must be 60 years of age or older. A donation of $3.99 is suggested. Eligible participants should call 920-887-4639 ext. 102 at noon, one day in advance to reserve a meal.

Jam by the dam: From 6 to 9 p.m., July 29, bring a picnic basket filled with food and beverages of your choice, a lawn chair, and listen to some great music from One Shot Wally. Follow on facebook.com/jambythedam for group updates or weather-related cancellations.

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Wednesday night live: entertainment at 6 p.m., concert at 7 p.m., Wednesday. Free music at Swan Park is back with more free fun for the whole family including crafts, face painting, lawn games and more. Benches are available, or bring a lawn chair and blanket and a cooler of refreshments. Beaver Dam Community Band will perform.

The Beaver Paddle Cardboard Boat Regatta: 12:45 p.m., July 9, up to 12 teams of 3 will build cardboard boats and participate in a fun competition for the whole family on a prepared course of approximately 30 meters. Boats can be propelled by a paddle or paddles made from the supplied materials, arms and legs of the crew. Start of registration at 11:30 a.m.

Holiday Closures and Program Cancellations: The Watermark will be closed on Monday, July 4 for Independence Day. Regular programs will not take place at The Watermark until July 8 for Best Dam Fest. The BDCAS office will be open normal hours during this time. For more information, call 920-887-4639.

8 a.m. Wood burning/carving

1 p.m. Euchre, Five Crowns

3:45 p.m. Move to music

8:30 a.m. Advisory committee meeting

8:30 a.m. Active exercise for adults

1 p.m. Bridge, Sheepshead, Dirty Board

8:30 a.m. Active exercise for adults

1 p.m. Start Bridge, Cribbage

3:45 p.m. Move to music

Waupun Senior Center, 301 E. Main St., Waupun

In-person activities are back and face masks are mandatory. For more information, call 920-324-7930. The Fond du Lac County Seniors Dining Program offers daily meals with curbside pickup at 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. Entrants must be 60+ or ​​married to someone in that age group. Call 324-7930 to cancel pickup. Call 920-929-3113 to verify mobile meal eligibility. The suggested donation for Mobile Meals is $3.50.

2:30 p.m. Movie afternoon

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New multipurpose squash courts in Pambula provide space for many activities https://delcuerpo.com/new-multipurpose-squash-courts-in-pambula-provide-space-for-many-activities/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 23:05:27 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/new-multipurpose-squash-courts-in-pambula-provide-space-for-many-activities/ Bega Valley Shire Mayor Russell Fitzpatrick, Far South Coast Table Tennis Club President Danny David, Eden Monaro member Kristy McBain and Merimbula Squash Club President Matt Fanning officially open the multi-purpose squash courts at Pambula. Photo: BVSC. Bega Valley Shire Council hopes a wide variety of sports enthusiasts will use a new multi-purpose sports facility […]]]>

Bega Valley Shire Mayor Russell Fitzpatrick, Far South Coast Table Tennis Club President Danny David, Eden Monaro member Kristy McBain and Merimbula Squash Club President Matt Fanning officially open the multi-purpose squash courts at Pambula. Photo: BVSC.

Bega Valley Shire Council hopes a wide variety of sports enthusiasts will use a new multi-purpose sports facility at Pambula.

Capable of accommodating everything from squash and table tennis to yoga and martial arts, the specialist squash and multi-purpose courts were officially opened last June as the latest addition to the Sapphire Aquatic Center and Gym complex.

“From the outset, we wanted this facility to be flexible and able to be used by a range of different sporting and recreational groups,” said Bega Valley Shire Mayor Russell Fitzpatrick.

“This meant not only accommodating the Merimbula Squash Club and the Far South Coast Table Tennis Club, but also ensuring it could be used for a wide range of sports and activities from yoga to martial arts and dance. .

“The movable center walls open up the facility to a wide range of uses and we welcome inquiries from local sports or community groups who would like to use this new space.”


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Far South Coast Table Tennis Club President Danny David praised the facility, saying it was great for the community.

“The location is perfect where it is, with the school there, by the pool and they’re talking about having racquetball there,” he said.

“The facility is great. I know a lot of work and time has gone into it.

The Australian government’s Building Better Regions Fund gave $850,000 to the project while the Bega Valley Shire Council provided $70,000.

Mr Fitzpatrick said fit-out contractor ASB Squash had done a fantastic job under difficult circumstances, with specialist business skills and essential pieces like the moveable walls held up in the Czech Republic during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Regional Development Minister and former Bega Valley Shire Mayor Kristy McBain said the facility was a great example of the community working together with different levels of government.

“It is important to note that Merimbula Squash Club will now be able to organize competitions, attract new players and hopefully grow their membership,” she said.


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Mr David said his table tennis club was currently in the Frank Maher Pavilion in Pambula but as it was due to be demolished at some point the club was considering moving to the new facilities.

“The building itself is first class, but we need to make sure it fits our purpose,” he said.

Mr David said there were around 30 people in the club when it started 12 years ago and although its numbers dwindled during the COVID-19 pandemic it was still going strong .

“It’s primarily a social event for people who want to go out for a few hours and exercise,” he said.

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Registration for F2F Kadayawan activities is now open https://delcuerpo.com/registration-for-f2f-kadayawan-activities-is-now-open/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 23:04:16 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/registration-for-f2f-kadayawan-activities-is-now-open/ REGISTRATION is now open for the highly anticipated return of the Indak-Indak sa Kadayawan this year, which offers a cash prize of 1 million pesos to the top winner in each of the two categories. Interpreters from Magallanes Elementary School. File photo by Bing Gonzales. The organizers of the 37th Kadayawan sa Davao Festival released […]]]>

REGISTRATION is now open for the highly anticipated return of the Indak-Indak sa Kadayawan this year, which offers a cash prize of 1 million pesos to the top winner in each of the two categories.

Interpreters from Magallanes Elementary School. File photo by Bing Gonzales.

The organizers of the 37th Kadayawan sa Davao Festival released the general mechanics and guidelines for the street dance competition on June 17.

Accordingly, groups can compete in public (Provincial School Contingent, Community, Corporate Sponsored, Organization, etc. from within or outside of Davao City) and Davao City School (groups of elementary and secondary schools or a combination of the two categories within Davao City).

Musicians from the school division can be imported but dancers must be bona fide students of the represented school, therefore the school principal’s approval letter is required when submitting the application form. registration until July 29, 2022.

Along with the grand champions, cash prizes and trophies will also be awarded to second through fifth place finishers in both categories. Second placers will pocket P500,000 while third placers will take home P400,000 and fourth through fifth placers will claim P300,000 and P200,000 respectively.

The non-winning groups will receive a consolation prize of 20,000 pesos each, as well as the best music and the best mask.

The best choreographers will each receive 50,000 pesos.

Participating contingents must consist of at least 90 to 120 members, including musicians and floor assistants. However, dancers must not be less than 70 members and musicians must not be less than 20 members.

Interested participants should complete the official Indak-Indak sa Kadayawan 2022 entry form and submit the performance synopsis (maximum 50 words) and contingent list with the names, gender, age and roles/functions of the members.

Provincial contingents are required to carry their respective school ID cards when entering Davao City and bring any valid government-issued ID for easy and smooth access to the Force priority lane of Davao, as well as a letter of approval from their mayor.

Meanwhile, the contingent piece should be a free interpretation or adaptation of one of the cultures of the 11 tribes of Davao City through dance and live music. It should also be relevant to the theme of this year’s festival celebration, “Kasikas sa Kadayawan”.

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Homestead plans activities for annual festival | https://delcuerpo.com/homestead-plans-activities-for-annual-festival/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 03:35:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/homestead-plans-activities-for-annual-festival/ Homestead Days 2022 are coming soon! We invite you to Homestead National Historical Park from Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26 to take part in this weekend full of free events. This year’s stage presentations will feature music and dance from the diverse cultures affected by the Homestead Act. Each of the three days […]]]>

Homestead Days 2022 are coming soon! We invite you to Homestead National Historical Park from Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26 to take part in this weekend full of free events.

This year’s stage presentations will feature music and dance from the diverse cultures affected by the Homestead Act. Each of the three days will have a different lineup of artists:

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Demonstrations of traditional farm-era crafts

10 a.m. ‘V’ the Cowgirl-interactive children’s show

1pm ‘V’ the Cowgirl-interactive children’s show

10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Demonstrations of traditional crafts and demonstrations of ancient agriculture on the prairie

Noon Kansas City Irish Dancers, Irish dance company

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1:00 p.m. Homestead Harmonizers, Acapella Men’s Chorus

2 p.m. CA Waller, blues music

3pm Spirit of Grace, Gospel Choir-Descendants of Nicodemus,KS

10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Demonstrations of traditional crafts and demonstrations of ancient agriculture on the prairie

1 p.m. Omaha Pipes and Drums, Scottish music

2 p.m. Many Moccasins dance troupe, Native American dance

3pm Edem Soul, Music of the Ga people of Ghana

4 p.m. Jarana Duo, Peruvian music

This series of events will take place outdoors and will follow CDC guidelines and other related guidelines. Each individual performance depends on weather conditions. This event is made possible thanks to the generosity of the Friends of Homestead and the Hevelone Foundation. Admission to Homestead Historical Park and all events is free.

For more information on available accommodations, please contact Accessibility Coordinator, Amber Kirkendall at (402) 223-3514.

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A Greenwich mother couldn’t find activities for her son, who has autism; so she started a program of adapted sports, dance https://delcuerpo.com/a-greenwich-mother-couldnt-find-activities-for-her-son-who-has-autism-so-she-started-a-program-of-adapted-sports-dance/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 09:03:24 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/a-greenwich-mother-couldnt-find-activities-for-her-son-who-has-autism-so-she-started-a-program-of-adapted-sports-dance/ GREENWICH — Every Sunday, a group of dancers twirl in a Greenwich Arts Council studio, three floors above Greenwich Avenue, with a ratio of students to one volunteer teacher. The Flower Petals Adaptive Dance Company focuses on the needs of ballerinas with autism, some of whom do not speak, and they learn alongside the movements […]]]>

GREENWICH — Every Sunday, a group of dancers twirl in a Greenwich Arts Council studio, three floors above Greenwich Avenue, with a ratio of students to one volunteer teacher.

The Flower Petals Adaptive Dance Company focuses on the needs of ballerinas with autism, some of whom do not speak, and they learn alongside the movements of the many volunteer instructors.

“A lot of these kids, including my daughter, have a lot of sensory needs. And doing ballet and physical activities really, really helps,” said Tomas Chadwick, whose daughter attends class every week.

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Things to do in Peterborough this week: 10 events and activities – including Cambridge Rock Festival https://delcuerpo.com/things-to-do-in-peterborough-this-week-10-events-and-activities-including-cambridge-rock-festival/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 10:50:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/things-to-do-in-peterborough-this-week-10-events-and-activities-including-cambridge-rock-festival/ A former CRF Over four days over 60 acts will perform on three stages including Focus, Cats In Space, Dare, Franck Carducci, Tygers Of Pan Tang, Solstice, Mostly Autumn, Magenta, Ken Pustelnik’s Groundhogs, Atomic Rooster, Hollowstar, The Mentulls, Space Elevator, When Rivers Meet, Buster James, The Pure Floyd Show, Aladdinsane and Austin Gold. OPEN DAY: […]]]>
A former CRF

Over four days over 60 acts will perform on three stages including Focus, Cats In Space, Dare, Franck Carducci, Tygers Of Pan Tang, Solstice, Mostly Autumn, Magenta, Ken Pustelnik’s Groundhogs, Atomic Rooster, Hollowstar, The Mentulls, Space Elevator, When Rivers Meet, Buster James, The Pure Floyd Show, Aladdinsane and Austin Gold.

OPEN DAY: Exotic Pet Refuge, Deeping St James, 10am-4pm

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The sanctuary is a charity and is home to over 250 unwanted, abandoned or neglected exotic animals and rescued British wildlife.

HORRIBLE HISTORIES – TERRIBLE TUDORS: Key Theatre, June 18 and 19

From the horrible Henries to the late wicked Elizabeth. Learn about the fate of Henry’s Headless Women and his fist bump with the Pope. Meet Bloody Mary and see Ed fall dead in his bed.

WE WILL YOU ROCK YOU: New Theater until Saturday

There’s still time to see the award-winning, long-running West End musical. Written and directed by Ben Elton, the show features some of Queen’s greatest hits.

PROUD TO BE CHIC: Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, June 18 to September 4

The exhibition brings Peterborough United’s journey over the past 88 years to life through a collection of images, film, personal memorabilia and memorabilia.

BUNKER OF ZION: Key Theatre, June 23 and 24

The Bunker is a center of joy, a space of hope, a meeting place. Inside, a collective of underground artists tell stories through live music, dance and song. Written by the Zimbabwe Mbira and Marimba instruments; Bunker of Zion is a provocative celebration of color and culture in a hostile world. Bunker of Zion was developed with artists and communities nationwide with the Collaborative Touring Network. Lee Ashton of Beat This CiC is an associate artist from Peterborough.

A QUEEN’S NIGHT: Le Cresset, June 19

Gary Mullen and The Works will perform all of the iconic hits in a spectacular live concert that recreates the look, sound, glitz and acting of the greatest rock band of all time.

THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY: Key Theatre, June 22

Telling the story of Paul and Art, from their humble beginnings as rock n roll duo Tom & Jerry, to their huge success, dramatic breakup and Central Park reform concert in 1981.

ROYALTY IN CONCERT: Key Theatre, June 17

Celebrate the music of three of the most iconic artists of all time. Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Prince with over two hours of chart success.

MINI PRIDE PICNIC: The Green Backyard, Oundle Road, Saturday June 18, 2-5pm

Head to The Green Backyard for a Pride picnic starting at 2 p.m. A great opportunity to get together in community and enjoy the sun. The picnic is open to everyone within the community and beyond, remember to bring your own food and refreshments.

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Here’s a schedule of events and activities for the annual Southern Heritage Classic – FOX13 News Memphis https://delcuerpo.com/heres-a-schedule-of-events-and-activities-for-the-annual-southern-heritage-classic-fox13-news-memphis/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 12:34:31 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/heres-a-schedule-of-events-and-activities-for-the-annual-southern-heritage-classic-fox13-news-memphis/ MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The organizers of the Southern Heritage Classic have published a schedule of events for the annual football match. The game between college football rivals Jackson State University and Tennessee State University is scheduled for Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. Tailgate tickets sold out last week, according to a statement from an event […]]]>

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The organizers of the Southern Heritage Classic have published a schedule of events for the annual football match.

The game between college football rivals Jackson State University and Tennessee State University is scheduled for Sept. 10 at 6 p.m.

Tailgate tickets sold out last week, according to a statement from an event organizer.

Tickets for the game itself start at $23.

Here is a calendar of events:

Thursday, September 8

Classical Concert — 8 p.m., The Orpheum Theater. The O’Jays – Last stop of the love train. The last tour. With Jay Lamont.

Tickets: $128, $98, $88 and $68 plus service charge. All seats reserved. On sale now at the Orpheum Theater box office and on Ticketmaster.com. To bill by phone, call 1-800-745-3000.

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friday september 9

Classic College & Career Fair – 9am, Pipkin Building at Tiger Lane/Liberty Park. Presented by the City of Memphis Youth Services Bureau. Representatives from regional colleges and universities will be available to provide college attendance information. For more information and a list of participating schools, contact Seria Ross at (901) 636-6264 or email seria.ross@memphistn.gov. Visit online at www.cityofmemphisyouth.org. FREE ENTRANCE.

Classic Coaches Luncheon presented by FedEx — Noon, Renasant Convention Center/Grand Ballroom. A classic tribute to JSU head football coach Deion Sanders and TSU head football coach Eddie George. Special Guest Speaker: Penny Hardaway, Head Basketball Coach, University of Memphis. By invitation only.

Classic Funk Fest – 8 p.m., Landers Center. Let’s get funky with The Bar-Kays, ConFunkShun, Original Lakeside and SOS Band. Hosted by Jay Lamont. Tickets: $98, $88 and $68 plus service charge. All seats reserved. On sale now at Landers Center Box Office and Ticketmaster.com. To bill by phone, call 1-800-745-3000.

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Saturday September 10

Classic Tailgate – 8 a.m., Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium and Tiger Lane parking lots. Friends, food and football. For more information, call (901) 729-4344.

Penny Hardaway Memphis District Golf Classic – 8:00 a.m., $500 per team, 4-man rush. For more information, call (901) 265-4886 or online at www.memphisdistrictgolfclassic.org.

Classic Parade – 9am, presented by the Orange Mound Community Parade Committee (OMCPC) as a tribute to the Southern Heritage Classic. The parade route runs along Park Avenue from Haynes to Airways, featuring marching bands from area high schools. For more information, contact Claudette Boyd at (901) 413-7109 or online at www.omcpc.com.

Classic Battle of the Bands – 11 a.m., Whitehaven High School Stadium. The competition will feature the best high school bands in the area with jaw-dropping dance routines. Tickets: $12 in advance; $15 per day. For tickets and information, CLICK HERE or contact Kellen Christian at (901) 214-6094 or by email at christiankj@scsk12.org.

Classic Modes and Brunch — 11 a.m., The Guest House at Graceland. “A Touch of Elegance” presented by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. – Memphis Chapter. Tickets: $75. For tickets and information, call (901) 482-6036 or online at www.memphisncbw.org.

Southern Heritage Classic Football Game – 6 p.m., Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium. A great football rivalry between JACKSON STATE and TENNESSEE STATE. Tickets: $53, $38 and $23 plus service charge. All seats reserved. On sale now at www.ticketmaster.com. To bill by phone, call 1-800-745-3000.

AutoZone Halftime Show featuring JSU’s Sonic Boom of the South and TSU’s Aristocrat of Bands.

Classic 5th Quarter – A grand finale for the Southern Heritage Classic football game with a battle of groups.


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Separate periods for club activities, watching children’s films | Chennai News https://delcuerpo.com/separate-periods-for-club-activities-watching-childrens-films-chennai-news/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 21:38:00 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/separate-periods-for-club-activities-watching-childrens-films-chennai-news/ CHENNAI: Pupils will have separate periods for club activities and for watching children’s films from 2022 to 23, with schools reopening for grades I to X on Monday. A standard timetable for classes VI to X provides for two periods per week for artistic and cultural activities and two for associative activities. “Schools can schedule […]]]>
CHENNAI: Pupils will have separate periods for club activities and for watching children’s films from 2022 to 23, with schools reopening for grades I to X on Monday.
A standard timetable for classes VI to X provides for two periods per week for artistic and cultural activities and two for associative activities.
“Schools can schedule these activities during the last two periods of the week according to their needs,” said a circular from school education commissioner K Nanthakumar and director of elementary education G Arivoli. It offered literary club activities in the first week, quizzes in the second week and environment and computer club activities, robotics in the third and fourth weeks.
“The department will distribute CDs of children’s films. Schools without projectors can hire them through school management committees,” the circular states.
He also suggested teaching drama, folk arts, music and dance. The timetable also provided a separate time for reading newspapers, children’s magazines, and books, in addition to a weekly moral instruction period. He also recommended holding school management committee meetings on the last Friday of every month.
The school education department plans to launch an “Ennum, Ezhuthum mission” to ensure that all students up to age eight are able to read and have basic arithmetic skills by 2025.
Officials said more than four crore of textbooks had been sent to all government schools and subsidized by the government. “Pupils in classes I to X will receive textbooks on the first day. Other items like uniforms, shoes, atlases, schoolbags will be distributed in the coming weeks,” an official said.
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Cruinniú na nÓg is offering free activities for children in Longford this weekend https://delcuerpo.com/cruinniu-na-nog-is-offering-free-activities-for-children-in-longford-this-weekend/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 15:13:55 +0000 https://delcuerpo.com/cruinniu-na-nog-is-offering-free-activities-for-children-in-longford-this-weekend/ After two years of quiet weekends, it feels good to finally have something to do on the weekends, especially when there’s a packed schedule of events specially designed to entertain the kids. And the best thing is – everything is free! Cruinniú na nÓg returns this year with a day of art, drama, music and […]]]>

After two years of quiet weekends, it feels good to finally have something to do on the weekends, especially when there’s a packed schedule of events specially designed to entertain the kids. And the best thing is – everything is free!

Cruinniú na nÓg returns this year with a day of art, drama, music and workshops for various skills and interests – all of which are open to children in County Longford this Saturday 11th June.

International Day of Families: Connolly Barracks, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Kicking off with events on Saturday afternoon at Connolly Barracks, International Family Day will be a fun-filled day with music, food and games celebrating all the families who call Longford home. There will be performances by individuals and groups representing various countries and arts and crafts exhibitions and a wide variety of dishes from different cultures will also be available.

Learn more about International Day of the Family below:

Sky is the Limit: Connolly Barracks, 2:45 p.m.

Last year, Longford artists Shelley Corcoran and Angelika Florkiewicz wrote and illustrated a beautiful book called Bees Love Dandelions, which taught the children of Longford a lot about saving bees. This year, the pair returns with their latest offering, Sky is the Limit.

This illustrated children’s book explores how to overcome feelings of discomfort when faced with a physical attribute deemed different and how to understand that everyone has something that makes them sensitive. Readings and art lessons were held in schools in the weeks leading up to Cruinniú and the book will be launched on Cruinniú Day by Cathaoirleach Cllr Peggy Nolan.

The book launch is at 2.45pm at Connolly Barracks.

Backstage Youth Theater Little Ghosts: Connolly Barracks, 3:15 p.m.

Young members of the Backstage Youth Theater wrote a play during workshops held in April and May. The play was written and performed by young people for young people, under the supervision of an animator. A live performance of their work will take place at Connolly Barracks as part of the International Family Day Festival. No reservation is required.

Art Show & Tree Veneer: The Mall, 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Ethnic Minority Hub created works of art before Cruinniú, harnessing the rich talents of young African migrants and other minority communities and encouraging participation in creative activities and engagement with their community. The second part of this project is the Green Garden Initiative, which allows young people to learn to protect the environment by recycling and planting trees. An exhibition of all works of art and a tree planting ceremony will take place on the day of Cruinniú.

‘Your Man’s Puppets’ Variety Show: Ballymahon Library, 11am-12pm; Edgeworthstown Library, 1 – 2 p.m.

A unique blend of puppetry and storytelling, audiences experience different ways of telling stories using very simple puppets that lead to the story of a wonderful walrus named Darryl. As people get older they tend to complicate things, which leads to the following story of a young goat and his dreams of what lay across the bridge in a tale of ” Billy goats gruff”. The show ends with a most unusual song that everyone is sure to appreciate! It’s a show for all ages, so bring your parents! To book, contact Ballymahon or Edgeworthstown Library.

Rap Workshops: Edgeworthstown Library, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.; Longford Library, 1pm – 2pm

It’s a fantastic chance for young people from Longford to write and perform their own rap at Cruinniú na nÓg. Rap workshops will be led by K Muni and ND from Academy Records and will take place at the Longford and Edgeworthstown libraries. To reserve a space, contact Edgeworthstown or Longford Library.

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Traditional Irish Dance Show: Library Plaza, Ballymahon, 12.30pm – 1pm

Pupils from St Matthews National School will perform their newly learned dances to live music in Library Square. Traditional Irish dance workshops are given by local dance teacher Mairéad Casey in the weeks leading up to Cruinniú. The performance will consist of a mixture of Ceilí dances; The Seat of Ennis, The Walls of Limerick, Shoe the Donkey, Stack of Barley plus some basic Sean Nós steps.

Music for Early Years with Music Generation Longford: Ballymahon Library, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.; Granard Library, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.; Edgeworthstown Library, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.; Drumlish Library, 1 – 2 p.m.

For children from 0 to 6 years old. Through movement and music, little music makers will be introduced to ways to make big sounds with instruments and singing. A wonderful way to introduce children to the possibilities of musical fun and performance from an early age! To book, contact the libraries directly.

Bodhrán Workshop with Music Generation Longford: Lanesboro Library, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.; Ballymahon Library, 12pm – 1pm

From 6 years old. Learn the basics of Bodhrán! A fun way for kids to learn about this traditional musical instrument and make friends while making music. Bodhráns will be provided! To book, contact the library directly.

Library contact details for all reservations:

music through the lens

Local filmmaker and photographer Nathan Sheridan has compiled a library of engaging, energetic and powerful visuals featuring local young talent from County Longford. In this collaboration, Nathan made an impact on young people by helping them develop their performance, their art and their state of mind towards a visual piece adapted to the atmosphere of their music. The video featuring the three musical artists will premiere on the day of Cruinniú.

Creation of a mural with St Joseph’s NS & Cruthú Arts Festival

Local professional artists led workshops with 5th graders at St. Joseph Elementary School on developing and creating murals. The majority of students in this class were born outside of Ireland and this project promotes inclusion through the common language of art. A video was produced and released on Cruinniú Day.

Bridgeways acts against climate change

The Bridgeways Family Resource Center will host summer workshops to educate youth and children about the adverse effects of climate change on our communities, both locally and globally. This project aims to work with 150 children and young people and will include climate action activities such as the recycling of furniture and clothes, as well as raising awareness about plastic waste. The promotional video to launch this project will be created for Cruinniú.

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