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Upcoming events

  • ILC

    • January 22, 2018
    • June 08, 2018
    • 36 sessions

    ILC Members Only.

    The ILC is a multi-day drop-off program for teens looking for support and supervision for self-directed learning. Our experienced staff members will:

    • provide individualized support for academic programs and other learning endeavors
    • offer counseling around making and meeting educational goals and determining pathways to college or other options, and 
    • coordinate or supply additional programs or activities according to the interests of the group 
    • facilitate self-directed projects as well as participation in Voyagers Resource Center offerings, dual enrollment at Middlesex Community College and UMass Lowell, online or distance learning programs like Oak Meadow, and more. 

    For more information see ILC Page.

    Interested in joining? Contact Us

    • January 23, 2018
    • May 01, 2018
    • 13 sessions

    Tuesday Coop members only.

    At Coop families gather each week to learn, share our knowledge and interests, and have fun. Members attend on the same weekday for the entire 13–week fall or spring session.

    Coop families collaborate to create programs that satisfy the interests of that day’s community. Along the way, children, teens, and adults cultivate deep friendships, many of which extend beyond our building’s walls. Voyagers Coop offers a wide variety of study groups, clubs and activities designed by members and led by parents and youth. Programming is dynamic and changes each Coop session as families develop new topics to meet the changing interests of their Coop Day.

    For more information about Coop, see the Coop section.

    Interested in joining a Coop day? Contact us.

    • January 23, 2018
    • February 13, 2018
    • 4 sessions
    • 51 Middlesex Street, Suite 105, North Chelmsford, MA 01863

    Prepare for the 2018 National Mythology Exam. Review Greek mythology along with basic study and test taking skills to prepare for the exam. 

    Four one-hour sessions on January 23, 30, February 6, 13. 

    1:30 - 2:30 pm at Voyagers. 

    $20 materials fee for all registrants. 

    $20 course fee for non-members. Voyagers members free. 

    Additional fee to register for the National Mythology Exam -- register for the exam separately at this link.

    The registration deadline has passed. 

  • ILC

    • January 24, 2018
    • June 06, 2018
    • 18 sessions

    ILC Members Only.

    The ILC is a multi-day drop-off program for teens looking for support and supervision for self-directed learning. Our experienced staff members will:

    • provide individualized support for academic programs and other learning endeavors
    • offer counseling around making and meeting educational goals and determining pathways to college or other options, and 
    • coordinate or supply additional programs or activities according to the interests of the group 
    • facilitate self-directed projects as well as participation in Voyagers Resource Center offerings, dual enrollment at Middlesex Community College and UMass Lowell, online or distance learning programs like Oak Meadow, and more. 

    For more information see ILC Page.

    Interested in joining? Contact Us

    • January 24, 2018
    • May 23, 2018
    • 16 sessions
    • Voyagers

    This group will study Ecce Romani 1. This is a group tutorial and substantial work outside group time is required. You can expect to do 4-5 hours per week at home. 

    This semester will be the 2nd half of High School Latin 1.  We’ll be starting at approximately chapter 10 in Ecce Romani 1. Participants will be prepared to sit for the National Latin Exam Level 1 in March. 

    Dates

    Spring semester: January 24 to May 23, 2018 (excluding February 21 and April 18; makeup date May 30)

    Spring semester will consist of 16 sessions meeting from 11:30 to 12:30 on Wednesdays.

    Cost and registration

    The cost for the semester is:

    $200 

    Free for Voyagers Co-op and ILC members

    Payment in full is due at the time of registration.

    Email membership@voyagersinc.org to register.

    Contacts

    For information on course content, please contact ilcdirector@voyagersinc.org.


    • January 24, 2018
    • May 02, 2018
    • 13 sessions

    Members only coop. 

    At Coop families gather each week to learn, share our knowledge and interests, and have fun. Members attend on the same weekday for the entire 13–week fall or spring session.

    Coop families collaborate to create programs that satisfy the interests of that day’s community. Along the way, children, teens, and adults cultivate deep friendships, many of which extend beyond our building’s walls. Voyagers Coop offers a wide variety of study groups, clubs and activities designed by members and led by parents and youth. Programming is dynamic and changes each Coop session as families develop new topics to meet the changing interests of their Coop Day.

    For more information about Coop, see the Coop section of the website.

    Interested in joining a coop day? Contact us!

    • January 24, 2018
    • May 23, 2018
    • 16 sessions
    • Voyagers

    This group will study Ecce Romani 2. This is a group tutorial and substantial work outside group time is required. You can expect to do 4-5 hours per week at home. 

    This semester will be the 2nd half of High School Latin 2. We’ll be starting at approximately chapter 38 in Ecce Romani 2. Participants will be prepared to sit for the National Latin Exam Level 2 in March. 

    Dates

    Spring semester: January 24 to May 23, 2018 (excluding February 21 and April 18; makeup date May 30)

    Spring semester will consist of 16 sessions meeting from 1:00 to 2:00 on Wednesdays.

    Cost and registration

    The cost for the semester is:

    $200 

    Free for Voyagers Co-op and ILC members

    Payment in full is due at the time of registration.

    Email membership@voyagersinc.org to register.

    Contacts

    For information on course content, please contact ilcdirector@voyagersinc.org.


    • January 25, 2018
    • May 03, 2018
    • 13 sessions

    Thursday Coop Members Only.

    At Coop families gather each week to learn, share our knowledge and interests, and have fun. Members attend on the same weekday for the entire 13–week fall or spring session.

    Coop families collaborate to create programs that satisfy the interests of that day’s community. Along the way, children, teens, and adults cultivate deep friendships, many of which extend beyond our building’s walls. Voyagers Coop offers a wide variety of study groups, clubs and activities designed by members and led by parents and youth. Programming is dynamic and changes each Coop session as families develop new topics to meet the changing interests of their Coop Day.

    For more information about Coop, see the Coop section of the website.

    Interested in joining a coop day? Contact us!

    • January 26, 2018
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Voyagers

    This program will cover earth science, including paleontology, geological history, oceans, atmosphere, weather, and climate change. Each week we will focus primarily on hands-on lab activities using high-quality microscopes, a variety of real fossils from dinosaurs, mammoths, and other prehistoric animals and plants, environmental testing kits, weather stations, and other supplies. Prior science courses are not required--new students are very welcome to join.

    The spring 2018 semester of Earth Science will feature all-new material that was not covered in the fall 2017 semester, and that does not depend on any knowledge of that or other material. Students from the previous semester are encouraged to continue, and new students are very welcome to join us for this semester. Each session will have a short lecture summarizing the reading material but will mainly focus on hands-on lab activities involving that topic. 

    Syllabus

    This program is designed to provide laboratory experience and overview of fundamentals for individuals working at a range of levels. The level of learning will depend on the preparation of the individual and the amount of work the individual does at home. The recommended textbook is beautifully illustrated and very readable; it should be suitable for a broad range of ages. Parents are encouraged to review the textbook to determine whether this program will meet the child's needs. Please consult with Dr. Rider prior to registration if you have any questions.

    EarthScience2017-2018SyllabusFinal.pdf


    Dates

    This is a continuation of the fall semester program. The two semesters fit together very well, but the spring semester may be taken independently. Registration for the spring semester is currently open.

    Spring semester: January 26 to April 27, 2018 (excluding February 23 and April 20; makeup date May 4)

    Spring semester will consist of 12 sessions meeting from 10:30 to 12:00 on Fridays.


    Cost and registration

    The cost for the semester is:

    $355 for Voyagers members

    $380 for nonmembers

    Payment in full is due at the time of registration.

    REGISTER


    Contacts

    For information on course content, please contact Dr. Todd Rider: thor@riderinstitute.org.

    For help with registration, please contact info@voyagersinc.org


    • January 26, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Voyagers
    This program will cover the field of biology from its fundamental principles through cutting-edge synthetic biology and drug discovery. Each week we will focus primarily on hands-on lab activities using high-quality microscopes, DNA-copying thermocyclers, DNA analysis gels, cell culture supplies, centrifuges, and other real laboratory equipment. Prior science courses are not required--new students are very welcome to join.

    The spring 2018 semester of Biology will feature all-new material that was not covered in the fall 2017 semester, and that does not depend on any knowledge of that or other material. Students from the previous semester are encouraged to continue, and new students are very welcome to join us for this semester. Each session will have a short lecture summarizing the reading material but will mainly focus on hands-on lab activities involving that topic.  


    Syllabus

    This program is designed to provide laboratory experience and overview of fundamentals for individuals working at a range of levels. The level of learning will depend on the choice of textbook (from among the two suggested), the preparation of the individual, and the amount of work the individual does at home. Parents are encouraged to review the textbooks suggested in the syllabus to determine whether this course will meet the child's needs. Please consult with Dr. Rider prior to registration if you have any questions.

    Biology2017-2018SyllabusFinal.pdf


    Dates

    This is a continuation of the fall semester program. The two semesters fit together very well, but the spring semester may be taken independently. Registration for the spring semester is currently open.

    Spring semester: January 26 to April 27, 2018 (excluding February 23 and April 20; makeup date May 4)

    Spring semester will consist of 12 sessions meeting from 1:00 to 2:30 on Fridays.


    Cost and registration

    The cost for the semester is:

    $355 for Voyagers members

    $380 for nonmembers

    Payment in full is due at the time of registration.

    Register

    Contacts

    For information on course content, please contact Dr. Todd Rider: thor@riderinstitute.org.

    For help with registration, please contact info@voyagersinc.org


    • January 30, 2018
    • March 27, 2018
    • 8 sessions
    • Voyagers

    Filmmaking course for students ages 10 to 14, run by the Filmmakers Collaborative (FC). The 8-week program is called FC Academy and its mission is to use the art of filmmaking to teach media literacy skills to middle school students.

    The FC will be bringing all the editing and camera equipment with them for the class to use. The students will work together to come up with a topic for their film (or films, depending upon the number of students in the class) and then work together to complete the film. All films made will be eligible to be screened at the Boston International Kids Film Festival in November 2018 at the Somerville Theater in Davis Square.

    Students must be able to take direction from instructors and work collaboratively with other classmates. 

    More information about the FIlmmakers Collaborative is available on their website at http://filmmakerscollab.org.


    Dates

    Tuesdays, January 30 to March 27, 2018 (No class February 20th. Snow makeup date April 3)

    3:00 - 5:00 pm


    Cost and registration

    The cost for the semester is:

    $185 for Voyagers members

    $210 for non-members

    Payment in full is due at the time of registration. See our refund policy.

    REGISTER


    Contacts

    For help with registration, please contact info@voyagersinc.org


    • February 02, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • 51 Middlesex Street, Suite 105, North Chelmsford, MA 01863

    Description

    In this class we're going to flip the script. Instead of seeing slavery as an embarrassing but marginal backdrop to the rest of American history, we're going to put it squarely at the center of the American story and examine the way it influenced every other American institution. 

    We'll begin in the 1500's and 1600's and talk about why Africa became the site of the slave trade to the Americas. (Spoiler: It wasn't about skin color. At least, not yet.)

    We'll study the horrors of the Middle Passage, and from there move into the way slavery both furthered and challenged the Enlightenment ideals that led to the American Revolution. We'll also compare the way slavery was viewed in the late 1700's to how it was viewed in the mid-1800's, and ask why racism actually became more virulent and violent during this time period.

    We'll spend the last third of the class examining the causes that led to the Civil War. Although this is not a class on the Civil War itself -- we won't be studying battles or military strategy -- students who take this class should come away with an understanding of the philosophical and economic debates that divided the North and the South, and how the consequences of those debates are still with us today more than 150 years later. In particular, we'll examine how American progress in both the North and the South was built on the backs of centuries of unpaid African labor, and think about ways we can address this moral stain on our history today.

    Suggested age range: High School

    Our main curriculum will be Slate Academy's History of American Slavery series, which was designed as a college-level program for adults. The teacher will help students with limited history background work through this material, but this class is not ideal for middle school students, reluctant readers, or those taking their first high school-level history class, unless they have a strong interest in the subject itself and are willing to put extra effort into the homework.


    Outside work: 

    In most weeks there will be one podcast to listen to (about 40-60 minutes) and some additional online reading.  


    Schedule

    Fridays from 11:30 to 12:30.

    February 2 to May 4. No class February 23 or April 20.


    Registration and Fees

    Registration and payment collection for Rise Out programs is handled by Rise Out

    Fee: $200 for the semester + a $35 fee to join Slate Plus to have access to the curriculum materials. (Please read Rise Out's media policy.) 

    $10 discount for Voyagers members. 

    Payment plans available. Fees waived for families with financial need, but unfortunately there is no waiver for the $35 Slate fee.  (Rise Out waivers and payment plan information.)


    About the Provider

    The Rise Out programs at Voyagers are led by Rise Out founder, Laura Fokkena. Laura has over a decade of experience working as an education director and literacy consultant in K-12 out-of-school programs in the greater Boston area. She has a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Ph.D. in Education from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is also an adjunct professor in Lesley's Global Studies department.

    Rise Out is a 501(c)3 nonprofit offering classes for homeschooling teens at Voyagers, as well as in Cambridge and online. Rise Out also consults with teens exploring and pursuing alternatives to traditional high school.

    Contact: laura@rise-out.com.

    • February 02, 2018
    • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
    • 51 Middlesex Street, Suite 105, North Chelmsford, MA 01863

    Description

    This is not a science class. It is a class on the human cost of climate change. 

    The impact of climate change is still new, yet just in the last few years we've seen a drought in Syria lead to civil war, which in turn led to an international migration crisis in Europe. We've seen the American government powerless to help people in poverty rendered homeless after hurricanes and wildfires. In Africa and Latin America women must spend more time searching for fuel and fresh water, which makes it harder for nations to keep girls in school. In the Americas, viruses once confined to tropical areas are moving northward into more populous areas, putting new pressures on vulnerable populations and the health workers who serve them. In Arctic regions, indigenous peoples fear losing their native cultures, and on Pacific islands people have already prepared to lose their traditional way of life entirely as their homelands disappear under the sea.

    One of the key questions international policymakers have faced is how to slow the rate of climate change in a way that is fair to everyone. For example, should India have to reduce its carbon emissions at the same rate the United States does, when so many more of its people are already living in extreme poverty? China is one of the world's biggest polluters, but is it fair to ask them to do more on the environmental front when so many of its rural residents don't even have electricity?

    These are some of the questions we'll consider on a topic so important that it will likely define the next generation.

    Suggested age range: 13+


    Outside work: 

    In most weeks there will be one documentary to watch and some short case studies to read.  


    Schedule

    Fridays from 12:30 to 1:30.

    February 2 to May 4. No class February 23 or April 20.


    Registration and Fees

    Registration and payment collection for Rise Out programs is handled by Rise Out

    Fee: $200 for the semester + a Netflix subscription. (Please read Rise Out's media policy.) 

    $10 discount for Voyagers members. 

    Payment plans available. Fees waived for families with financial need.  (Rise Out waivers and payment plan information.)


    About the Provider

    The Rise Out programs at Voyagers are led by Rise Out founder, Laura Fokkena. Laura has over a decade of experience working as an education director and literacy consultant in K-12 out-of-school programs in the greater Boston area. She has a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Ph.D. in Education from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is also an adjunct professor in Lesley's Global Studies department.

    Rise Out is a 501(c)3 nonprofit offering classes for homeschooling teens at Voyagers, as well as in Cambridge and online. Rise Out also consults with teens exploring and pursuing alternatives to traditional high school.

    Contact: laura@rise-out.com.

    • February 02, 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    • 51 Middlesex Street, Suite 105, North Chelmsford, MA 01863

    Description

    The "teenager," as a concept, is a 20th-century invention. For most of human history, babies and small children were viewed as imperfect adults-in-waiting. Even 6-year-olds were charged with tending younger siblings while their parents were away; by 12 or 13 a "child" should be ready to plow a field, hunt a bear, or marry and begin having babies. To someone in the Middle Ages, the idea of spending the years between childhood and adulthood in a long and dreamy "adolescence" would have seemed absurd.

    In this film class we will consider how all this changed. We'll start by watching Rebel Without a Cause, commonly regarded as the first teen movie. We'll talk about its post-World War II context and how it emerged in a historical climate where for the first time in the modern era teens weren't expected to go to war, or fight fascism, or support their families, or do anything, really -- except be teenagers. Was this a privilege? Or cause for existential angst?

    The rest of the class will examine "teenager-dom" from a variety of historical and cross-cultural contexts. We'll spend half the class on movies from the 1980's, when teen movies became especially popular and developed a new level of sophistication. In doing so we'll look at the ways in which these movies variously reflected their parents' hope and dread about the future and nostalgia about the past.

    One overarching question in this class will be: "Why are modern teenagers thwarted from doing anything that feels real and important?" Homeschoolers are in a particularly good position to answer this question. Freed from the expectation of going to school every day and doing mundane things like remembering their locker combination, they have the chance to envision "teenager-dom" in a new and authentic light.

    Suggested age range: 13+ All teens should have fun with this class, but it is a particularly good choice for students who have recently left school and are considering how they want to spend the next few years.


    Outside work: 

    We'll watch a movie every week. Additional readings will be provided some weeks. These are interesting but not mandatory. 


    Schedule

    Fridays from 1:30 to 2:30.

    February 2 to May 4. No class February 23 or April 20.


    Registration and Fees

    Registration and payment collection for Rise Out programs is handled by Rise Out

    Fee: $200 for the semester + a Netflix subscription. (Please read Rise Out's media policy.) 

    $10 discount for Voyagers members. 

    Payment plans available. Fees waived for families with financial need.  (Rise Out waivers and payment plan information.)


    About the Provider

    The Rise Out programs at Voyagers are led by Rise Out founder, Laura Fokkena. Laura has over a decade of experience working as an education director and literacy consultant in K-12 out-of-school programs in the greater Boston area. She has a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Ph.D. in Education from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is also an adjunct professor in Lesley's Global Studies department.

    Rise Out is a 501(c)3 nonprofit offering classes for homeschooling teens at Voyagers, as well as in Cambridge and online. Rise Out also consults with teens exploring and pursuing alternatives to traditional high school.

    Contact: laura@rise-out.com.

    • February 09, 2018
    • May 04, 2018
    • 11 sessions

    Requires prior registration. See the Resource Center page for more information.

    Resource Center Programs Spring 2018


    • February 19, 2018
    • February 23, 2018

    Voyagers is on break!

    • February 27, 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    • 51 Middlesex Street, Suite 105, North Chelmsford, MA 01863

    Excellence Through Classics offers the National Mythology Exam to students in elementary, intermediate, and middle school grades three through nine. The NME is consistently given to over 10,000 students in approximately 400 schools around the United States and in several foreign countries. The theme for 2018 is Ancient Beginnings. For details on the exam, including required portions of the exam at the various grade levels, bibliography of required sources and teaching packets, see the National Mythology Exam website.

    The fee for the exam is $9 for Voyagers members/$12 for nonmembers.

    Registration is closed.

    Questions please email examcoord@voyagersinc.org 

    • February 28, 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM

    Come see what a Voyagers Coop Day is all about!

    This Open House is hosted by our Wednesday Coop, but we'll have information about all of our Coop Days, the Independent Learning Center, and Resource Center programs. 

    Bring the kids and check out some study groups, meet some member families, and learn about Voyagers' programs

    Drop in anytime from 1:30-5:00pm.

    RSVP to membership@voyagersinc.org

    • March 14, 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • 51 Middlesex Street, Suite 105, North Chelmsford, MA 01863

    The National Latin Exam, sponsored by the American Classical League and the National Junior Classical League, is a 40-question, multiple-choice test with a time limit of 45 minutes, offered to students on seven levels. The philosophy of the National Latin Exam is predicated on providing every Latin student the opportunity to experience a sense of personal accomplishment and success in his or her study of the Latin language and culture.

    On the Introduction to Latin, Latin I, Latin II, Latin III, Latin III/IV Prose, and Latin III/IV Poetry exams, there are questions on grammar, comprehension, mythology, derivatives, literature, Roman life, history, geography, oral Latin, and Latin in use in the modern world. The Latin V-VI exam contains two Latin passages as the basis for questions on grammar, comprehension, historical background, classical literature, and literary devices.

    Students who are enrolled in Latin or have completed a Latin course during the current academic year are eligible to take the exam. Students are only allowed to take ONE exam annually, and the exam level must correspond to their current level of Latin at the time of the exam.

    For additional details on the exam, including sample exams and awards, see the National Latin Exam website.

    The fee for the exam is: 

    $9 for Voyagers members

    $12 for nonmembers

    Payment in full is due at the time of registration.

    The registration deadline for the National Latin Exam has passed.

    Questions please email examcoord@voyagersinc.org 

    • March 27, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Come see what a Voyagers Coop Day is all about!

    This Open House is hosted by our Tuesday Coop, but we'll have information about all of our Coop Days, the Independent Learning Center, and Resource Center programs. 

    Bring the kids and check out some study groups, meet some member families, and learn about Voyagers' programs

    Drop in anytime from 10:00am-2:00pm.

    RSVP to membership@voyagersinc.org

    • April 16, 2018
    • April 20, 2018

    Voyagers is on break!

    • April 26, 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM

    Come see what a Voyagers Coop Day is all about!

    This Open House is hosted by our Thursday Coop, which is geared towards teens, but we'll have information about all of our Coop Days, the Independent Learning Center, and Resource Center programs. 

    Bring the kids and check out some study groups, meet some member families, and learn about Voyagers' programs

    Drop in anytime from 1:30-5:00pm.

    RSVP to membership@voyagersinc.org

    • May 04, 2018

    Voyagers is on break for the summer!

Past events

January 22, 2018 ILC Visiting Day
January 22, 2018 Spring Term Begins
January 15, 2018 ILC Visiting Day
January 10, 2018 Winterfest
December 16, 2017 Fall Term Ends
December 08, 2017 Oak Meadow Independent Learning Information Session
December 07, 2017 Thursday Coop Visit Day
December 02, 2017 Cocoa House
December 01, 2017 ILC Visiting Day
November 20, 2017 Thanksgiving Break
November 17, 2017 MCC Presentation
November 14, 2017 AMC 8
November 14, 2017 Open House
November 04, 2017 Halloween Teen Social
October 30, 2017 Visiting Day at the Independent Learning Center
October 25, 2017 Open House
September 22, 2017 Resource Center Programs
September 15, 2017 Rise Out: Dystopian Literature
September 15, 2017 Biology
September 15, 2017 Rise Out: The Cold War
September 15, 2017 Rise Out: Witch Hunt
September 15, 2017 Environmental Science: Creating More Sustainable Cities
September 15, 2017 Earth Science
September 14, 2017 Mock Trial Team
September 14, 2017 Thursday Coop
September 13, 2017 Wednesday Coop
September 13, 2017 ILC
September 12, 2017 Tuesday Coop
September 12, 2017 Start of Fall Coop Session
September 11, 2017 ILC
September 08, 2017 Information Session for Voyagers Fall Programs
September 08, 2017 Bystander Training for Teens
August 29, 2017 Independent Learning Center Informational Session and Meetup
August 18, 2017 Independent Learning Center Informational Session and Meetup
August 13, 2017 DIY Ice Cream Social and Homeschooling Info Session
August 10, 2017 MCC Presentation
July 26, 2017 Open House and All the World's A Stage Players
June 23, 2017 Open House and Game Night
June 09, 2017 Learning Resources Fair
June 06, 2017 Learning Resources Fair Drop-Off
May 24, 2017 Open House
May 23, 2017 Early Summer Coop
May 12, 2017 Spring Sprouts
May 06, 2017 Mediterranean Nights: Teen Formal
May 05, 2017 No Drop-In May 5th
May 04, 2017 MCC Presentation
May 01, 2017 Last Week of Coop
April 28, 2017 Fold and Fly: Origami Rockets and Paper Airplanes
April 21, 2017 No Drop-In on Friday. Come to our Springfest and Open House April 20 instead!
April 20, 2017 Springfest and Open House
April 17, 2017 April Break
April 14, 2017 Life-Sized Self-Portraits
April 10, 2017 Chemistry SAT prep course
April 07, 2017 Torsion Drums
March 31, 2017 Open House
March 31, 2017 Clay Fun
March 26, 2017 SENG Model Parent Group
March 24, 2017 Gym Games
March 17, 2017 Yeast Fun
March 15, 2017 National Latin Exam
March 11, 2017 Parenting Your Intellectually Curious Child: an event for the entire family
March 10, 2017 Drop In Cancelled Today due to illness
March 03, 2017 Teen Event
March 03, 2017 Density Columns -- the Magic of Layering Liquids
March 01, 2017 National Mythology Exam
February 24, 2017 No Drop In February 24
February 20, 2017 February Break
February 17, 2017 Quilt Geometry
February 10, 2017 Valentine's Day Teen Event
February 10, 2017 3-D Valentine's Cards
February 07, 2017 AMC 10/12
February 03, 2017 Rise Out: Youth Participatory Action Research
February 03, 2017 Rise Out: Serial
February 03, 2017 Duct Tape Projects
January 27, 2017 Physics
January 27, 2017 Resource Center Fridays: Let The Games Begin!
January 24, 2017 Start of Spring Term
January 12, 2017 Winterfest and Open House
January 01, 2017 Drop-Ins are on break. Please join us for Winterfest on January 12 and check back for details on upcoming Drop-Ins.
December 16, 2016 Author Visit and Dissecting Owl Pellets
December 16, 2016 Fall Term Ends
December 11, 2016 Magic The Gathering
December 10, 2016 Teen Event
December 09, 2016 Paper Crafts
December 02, 2016 Potato Printing
November 21, 2016 Thanksgiving Break
November 18, 2016 MOEMS Math Olympiads
November 18, 2016 Thanksgiving Treats
November 15, 2016 AMC 8
November 13, 2016 Open House
November 11, 2016 Puzzles and Patterns
November 09, 2016 Presentation on Dual Enrollment at Middlesex Community College
November 04, 2016 Meditation/Galaxy Jar
October 29, 2016 Halloween Bash for Teens
October 28, 2016 Play with your Food! Halloween Fun!
October 21, 2016 Tabletop Games
October 14, 2016 Build a Greek Temple and Discover the Strength of Columns
October 07, 2016 Card Games Anyone?
October 07, 2016 Mock Trial Team
September 30, 2016 Crochet or Croquet?
September 23, 2016 Physics!
September 23, 2016 Games, Cerebral and Silly: Chess & Balloon Badminton
September 17, 2016 Teen Event
September 16, 2016 Rise Out: Youth Participatory Action Research
September 16, 2016 Rise Out: Understanding 9-11
September 16, 2016 Neighborhood Photo Scavenger Hunt
September 16, 2016 Rise Out: 20th Century German History: A Film Group
September 16, 2016 Rise Out: German Language
September 14, 2016 Introduction to Latin
September 12, 2016 Start of Fall Coop Session
September 09, 2016 Stop by to Chat and Learning Resources Fair Clearance Sale
August 30, 2016 Resource Center Drop-In

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