After School Programs for Older Children


After School programs: for children in the community ages 5 to 12. These classes are designed for enrichment, building long-term relationships, and fostering a love of exploration, learning, and creativity.

You can register online here

or download a copy of the registration form HERE

Once you are registered, you will need to complete an enrollment form before the day your child starts the program. We will send you an enrollment packet once you register.

After School Programs

Thursdays

Music For Young Folks with Katie Chappell Lakin

Thursdays 4:30 to 5:30 for Children in Grades K-2

Children will sing lots of traditional and folk songs, learn musical games, experiment with instrument playing, and begin pre-songwriting skills. The children will be exposed to many folk instruments, such as guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, and hand drums. They will learn to play in a coordinated way on bells and percussion instruments. Beginning music theory will be offered. We will use story-songs to end the class each day.

Tuition is $220/8 week session

Winter Session: January 17- March 14

Color Wheel with Dina Stillings

Wednesdays 4:30-5:45 for Children Ages 5-6

Color Wheel with Dina Stillings

Wednesday 4:30 to 5:45pm for children ages 5-6

Come join Ms Stillings in the studio with a rainbow of colors as we explore an exciting and expressive range of artistic materials. Projects are based on children's natural curiosities, open exploration and self-expression. Theories are introduced in simple hands-on terms, allowing children to have a more meaningful understanding. Snack and outside time will also be a part of our day.

Session 1:  Jan. 9 - Feb. 13 Tuition: $165
Session 2 :  Feb. 27- March 20 Tuition $137.50
Session 3:  April 3 - May 2 Tuition $220


Imagining the Arts with Lesley Criscenti

Thursdays 6:00-7:15 pm for Children Ages 7-12

ITA is a weekly inter-related arts program designed to expand your child’s creativity, confidence and the ability to cooperate with teachers and peers. The carefully thought out experiences support emotional well-being, independence, and empathy, as well as intellectual growth and skill building. The class is broad in its approach to the arts and includes experiences in Visual Arts, Music, Creative Movement, and Literature. It also includes: Regular Field Trips, A Family Creative Arts Night, and One Week of Summer Camp

Tuition: $140 per month (Classes begin Sept 13th)