Curious if NLLC will work for your family or don’t want to commit to a full membership? We have options for you! You can participate in NLLC programs without becoming a member in two ways:

  • CLUBS! Choose as many of our clubs listed below. Clubs have a per family fee of $2 per class meeting that is given to the instructor either at each club meeting or at the first meeting as a lump sum for the entire session.
  • ONE-CLASS OPTION! For each child, you may choose ONE class from the list below. For each child, the fee is $50 for the session. Please note that any class that is listed as YEAR-LONG requires a commitment for all three trimesters and an up-front payment of the One-Class Option Fee for all three trimesters. There may be an additional fee for supplies or for an outside instructor, read the description of the class to find out.

Programs will run weekly unless otherwise indicated. Check the dates carefully, as the length and starting dates of programs vary. Please read the requirements (age range & prerequisites) for the class. Most of the classes have a limit on the number of students and we will let you know as soon as possible if you get into the class.

After choosing a class or club(s) below, please email one of our Enrollment Coordinators at enrollment@nllchs.org with your name and email, your child’s name and age, and the class or clubs you are interested in.  They will then send you a form to fill out and return with your check. We will reserve your child’s spot in the class once you email us, but the spot is not guaranteed until your form and payment are received.  Payment and form must be received by January 8th.


Fall Session Start: January 9th

Fall Session End:   March 3rd

CLASSES:
 
Story of the World Cooperative: Ancient Times (6-9)
 Occurs every Monday starting 01/09/2017 for 9 times from 10:15 AM to 11:45 AM
Location:
A
Description:
***THIS IS A YEAR-LONG CLASS, NEW STUDENTS WELCOME UNTIL OUR MAX ENROLLMENT IS REACHED. ENROLLMENT FOR THIS CLASS IS BY FAMILY, NOT BY CHILD.*** PLEASE read this proposal in full and carefully. If you think this book/class isn’t a match for your family, please do not sign up. Susan Wise Bauer’s “The Story of the World” is a history curriculum that is divided into four books and lends itself to a four-year cycle at NLLC. This year we will be finishing Volume 1: Ancient Times, which introduces us to the earliest nomads and goes through the last Roman Emperor. Please ask to borrow a book or review the curriculum online to be sure it suits your family before signing up. Please note, if you did not take this class in the Fall, you will need to catch up to us (see “Suggested Reading” section). One to three chapters of the book will be read at home each week. In class, we will utilize various methods for extending the learning from the book that include: lecture (starting out with 20 minutes and gradually increasing over the years), discussion, video, additional reading materials, craft activities, art projects, dramatic play, reenactment, costuming, map work, and food. As a class, we will work on maps and a timeline of events each week. This will be a somewhat structured class. Younger siblings are welcome to listen in, but cannot be distracting and will not be included in the activities unless the leader agrees ahead of time. This will be a cooperatively taught class, meaning that if your family signs up, you will be required to contribute to the class in a significant way. The most likely way is to prepare for and lead 1-2 class meetings per session which will include discussion, activity, and snack (number of times depends on number of families and snack weeks can alternate from teaching weeks). If you are not willing to lead 1-2 class meetings, please do not enroll. A reading/class schedule will be created by the leader. Class teaching expectations will be agreed upon and distributed before the first class meeting.
Children Requirements:
New students must be between ages 6-9. Must be willing to catch up to where the class is by reading missed chapters at home. Ability to sit still and listen attentively for 20-30 minutes at a time will be necessary.
One Session?: Plan to attend each week. If you will be absent, please let the (co-)leaders and that week’s class leader know. There WILL be work between classes that includes reading the chapters and any additional work class leaders may request (requests to be made a week in advance and kept to a level that matches the students’ abilities). PLEASE BE ON TIME.
Materials Fee: Each family will be responsible for any fees associated with the activities of the classes they are leading and the snacks they are providing (a good estimate is about $10 or less per each of these).
Materials Needed:
You will need your own copy of Susan Wise Bauer’s “The Story of the World, Volume 1: Ancient Times.” The book or audiobook are fine. No need to bring to class. Each child should also plan to bring each week a cup, spoon/fork, bowl/plate for snack as well as their MAP BOOK.
Suggested Preparation:
If you did not take this class in the Fall, please catch up to us with the following 1: perusing documentaries or books about pre-history (human evolution to the first nomads); 2: reading the following chapters of volume 1: Introduction through Chapter 20.
Support Needs:
We will need assistance of some parents in the classroom during activities and snack. However, all parents do not need to be in the classroom and each week’s class leader has the right to ask parents to step out. Side conversations by parents and siblings will not be allowed during the class.
Min Students: 4 families  Max Students: 10 families
Poetry in Motion
Occurs every Monday starting 01/09/2017 until 02/27/2017 from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM
Location:
B
Description:
In this class we hope to explore some wonderful children’s poetry through music and movements. We will read poetry, learn the basic elements of a poem, act out chosen poems using our bodies, props, and costumes, and write our very own poetry inspired by a topic or a picture. Some days we may find ourselves spending the hour with a cup of tea and a pile of books and others acting out our favorite poems. This class intends to be loosely structured and playful in nature.
Children Requirements:
This class is geared for the 4-9 age group and will be relaxed and fun. Younger siblings welcome.
One Session?: attendance is flexible
Materials Needed:
none
Min Students: 4  Max Students: 10
 Irish Tin Whistle for Beginners (6 and up)
Occurs every Wednesday starting 01/11/2017 until 03/01/2017 from 02:30 PM to 03:15 PM
Location:
B
Description:
Learn how to play this fun, deceptively simple, and inexpensive musical instrument. You’ll learn how to play a repetoire of traditional Irish tunes by ear on the D whistle. Mastering this instrument opens the opportunity to join in playing in Irish sessions, community-based groups that meet to play common tunes. Adults are welcome to learn, too.
One Session?: Weekly attendance to build the skill. Participants will need to practice in between lessons, daily if possible, and listen to the tune they are learning. A teaching CD will be provided or music file emailed.
Materials Fee: Participants will need to purchase a D tin whistle. These are easily available at Hickeys. We will send an email after enrollment to give some purchasing recommendations.
Materials Needed:
Tin whistle.
Suggested Preparation:
Listen to tunes on the session.org or YouTube.
Min Students: 4  Max Students: 10
Stage Combat (10+) 
Occurs every Friday starting 01/13/2017 until 03/03/2017 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Location:
Gym
Description:
Theatrical combat is about telling stories. Story-telling is not only a natural part of children’s lives, but an important part of mental development, and stage combat is the art of telling (highly physical) stories through motion, a hybrid of multiple martial and performance arts. The core of our martial techniques are drawn from historical swordplay, Eastern and Western unarmed martial arts, and Olympic-style fencing. We draw on aspects of mime, gymnastics and dance to help us express these stories through our bodies. No experience necessary other than a desire to learn swordplay in a safe, non-competitive environment. Classes consist of dynamic warm-ups, footwork, and sword exercises that progress at the level of the student.
Children Requirements:
10 and up only. I don’t know where else to put this so I’ll state it here — DO NOT SIGN UP FOR THIS CLASS if you cannot get your child(ren) to it on time, meaning that your child(ren) should be in the gym a few minutes before start of class time. The instructors will start class promptly at noon. The gym door will be propped open until 12:05; after that it will be closed. Children will not be allowed to enter once the door is closed; they will have to skip that week’s class. I am serious about addressing tardiness this session. If you have questions about this, feel free to contact me privately.
One Session?: Participants should plan to attend each week as skills build on previous lessons. You must notify Kristie if you will miss a class.
Materials Fee: Instructor fee ranging from $66.67 to $33.33 per student depending on enrollment. (Six kids = $66.67 per kid; ten kids = $40 per kid; 12 kids = $33.33 per kid). We have had a full class for the past two sessions, so it was $33.33.
Materials Needed:
Please wear clothing and footwear appropriate to movement. Long hair must be pulled back. Bring a water bottle. Practice swords (bokken) will be supplied by the leaders; if kids would like to purchase their own, they are $30-35 (depending on size; appropriate size is determined by height).
Suggested Preparation:
Watch some stage or movie swordfights!
Support Needs:
none
Min Students: 6  Max Students: 12
Wild Things
Occurs every Tuesday starting 01/10/2017 until 02/28/2017 from 01:00 PM to 02:30 PM
Location:
B
Description:
We’ll explore wild things in the Ithaca area with a different category of organism or otherwise each week. Weeks will include mammals, trees, reptiles/amphibians, plants, insects, rocks/fossils, fungi and birds. Each class will have a similar structure starting indoors and ending with a walk around the neighborhood. We’ll start each class with a parade of the creatures where each kid will pretend to be a specific creature whose name or picture they pulled out of a hat the week before. We’ll then get together in a circle and each creature will introduce itself and share one interesting thing that it thinks everyone should know about it (kids will have the week between classes to check out library books, ask questions, look for examples, and generally learn more about their specific creature). We’ll spend the next chunk of time playing games, singing songs, dancing and such to learn more about each category of creatures as a whole and how the different kinds of creatures within each category (e.g. mammals) interact with each other, with humans and with other living and non-living things. We’ll end each indoor part of the morning by each kid drawing and/or writing something about one of the creatures. Each of these drawings will go into a Field Guide to Wild Things of the Finger Lakes that will be on display in the end of the session showcase. All of the creatures will then get bundled up for an all-weather adventure around the neighborhood to look for that week’s subject in the wild and/or to generally explore the neighborhood from the perspective of the creatures. At the end of the walk, the kids will pick a new creature from a new subject area to learn about for the next week.
Children Requirements:
Ages 5-7 Younger or older kids who seem like a good fit for the class can join with permission from the leader but kids in the 5-7 age range have first priority. Parents and younger/older siblings are welcome to observe and join in some activities, but the main kids enrolled in the class will pick and talk about creatures for the week (if one of the creatures is absent, a sibling or parent who is present might choose to represent that creature for that week but the number of creatures will be matched to the number of kids enrolled in the class). Parents who want to carry on independent conversations unrelated to the class are requested to use the waiting room. I’d like to keep the energy in the room focused on the creatures.
One Session?: It is strongly preferred that kids attend all classes since each class builds on each other class and depends on all creatures picked the previous week being represented. If a kid is missing it also means that a creature is missing.
Materials Fee: $5 per child to cover the cost of printing images of creatures and other props for classes
Min Students: 5  Max Students: 10
Learn to knit a cat
Occurs every Friday starting 01/13/2017 until 03/03/2017 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location:
B
Description:
This practical hands on class will introduce children to beginner knitting skills in a fun way by learning how to make a simple stuffed-animal cat, which they will be able to display at the end and take home. Children will work at their own pace under close supervision of the instructor. The class will run once a week for six weeks.
Children Requirements:
This class is appropriate for children ages 7 years and up, who can sit in one place for longer periods of time, follow instructions and have the necessary dexterity for the task. Slightly younger children will be considered only if they posess the above requirements and are closely supervised by a parent. Parents are welcome to participate especially if their child is young, but parental presence is not a requirement.
One Session?: Weekly attendance is encouraged especially at the beginning of the project, but once the project is completed participants will have the choice to make another, smaller “kitten”, or to stop attending if so desired
Materials Fee: $5 materials fee
Materials Needed:
Optional:a pair of medium gauge knitting needles that are not too long, and natural color yarn (black, white, gray orange-brown etc). Please contact me with further questions about appropriate materials. Please let me know ahead of time if your child needs either knitting needles or yarn so I can acquire them in time for class
Suggested Preparation:
none
Support Needs:
Light assistance in cleaning up after class and helping to pack away materials and projects etc
Min Students: 6  Max Students: 10
 Newtonian mechanics (physics) continued
Occurs every Wednesday starting 01/11/2017 until 03/01/2017 from 03:45 PM to 04:45 PM
Location:
A
Description:
This class is for people who have some background in both very basic trigonometry (definitions of functions and their use in defining right triangles) and some background in algebra (solving systems of linear equations as taught in previous sessions.) We’ll continue from where we’ve ended most recently, just about to begin working with “idealized real-world” systems and thus with moments as well as linear forces.
Children Requirements:
There are no age restrictions. Students must meet the prerequisites in the description. This is a highly structured class in which students will need to be quietly attentive throughout the class period in order to be prepared to contribute and interact when called upon.
One Session?: Attendance is very important. There will be homework assignments each week, likely requiring 30-180 minutes to complete. If class is missed, we will still expect the student to catch up through contact with us and complete the homework. It is crucial that these assignments be seriously completed, even if that requires between-class assistance from me by phone or in person.
Materials Fee: n/a
Materials Needed:
pencils, paper, calculator with trig functions
Min Students: 4  Max Students: 12
World Geography, Part II Europe and the Middle East
Occurs every Wednesday starting 01/11/2017 until 03/01/2017 from 02:15 PM to 03:30 PM
Location:
A
Description:
This is a year-long class with open enrollment for each new term. If you sign up in the fall, however, it is assumed that you are singing up for the whole year and your ranking number will be used for this class all year long. In the fall we will study African geography. In the winter term we’ll cover Europe and the Middle East, and in the spring, Asia and the Pacific Islands. (We covered the western hemisphere in a class last term, so we will not cover any of it in this class) Geography comes in many forms, and we will be be focusing on PHYSICAL geography with enough human geography and biological geography to keep it interesting and meaningful. Each week the kids will have a short research project on one country. They should be prepared to share this information each week, and depending on class size, they may do a short presentation. We will cover 7-8 countries each class, and there will be list of geographic features, cities, rivers, etc. to memorize for a quiz at the beginning of the next class. To get the most out of the class, students should plan on spending 1-2 hours on memorizing and research each week outside of class. I won’t “grade” or probably even look at the quizzes, it is designed to help the students gauge their own mastery of the material. The class time itself will be mostly a virtual tour of the area we’re studying, with kids adding information from research. It should not be noisy or disruptive to adjoining rooms.
Children Requirements:
The class is geared toward middle school aged kids, but anyone 8 or older is welcome if you judge that they are capable of not being disruptive during class and memorizing a lot of information.
One Session?: Materials are cumulative. Please contact me for the assignments and maps if you are unable to attend a particular class.
Materials Fee: $2 photocopying fee
Materials Needed:
pencil
Min Students: 6  Max Students: 20
Earth Science for 8-11 year olds
Occurs every Monday starting 01/16/2017 until 03/06/2017 from 12:30 PM to 01:45 PM
Location:
A
Description:
This will be a year-long Earth Science class LOOSELY based on the Building Foundations of Scientific Understanding Curriculum and an online resource that can be found here http://www.ck12.org/book/CK-12-Earth-Science-For-Middle-School/. We’ll cover the first 24 topics listed here over the three, 8-week sessions. This will be targeting at an “middle to upper elementary” audience, for lack of a better gauge. I hope to make it very hands on, with lots of modeling and use of the digital and standard microscopes when appropriate. Your student should be able to work together with others in a group without adult intervention, and take notes in and record data from experiments. There will be occasional work to complete outside of class and an end-of the session final project. We will take a tour to the Earthquake simulation lab at Cornell as part of the class when we get to that topic. This will probably happen outside of class time.
Children Requirements:
I will take students OVER the given age range that were not able to take the Earth Science class last year first. I am pretty firm about 8 being the minimum age but will consider 7 year olds on a case by case basis. If your 7 year old is comfortable reading and following instructions on their own (ie without you in the room) and fluent in reading scientific names, I will consider them.
One Session?: The material is cumulative, so please notify the instructor if you will not be able to make a class, or decide not to continue after fall or winter terms.
Materials Needed:
notebook and writing utensil
Min Students: 5  Max Students: 12
 Book Buddies
Occurs every Monday starting 01/09/2017 until 02/27/2017 from 03:00 PM to 03:30 PM
Location:
A
Description:
Children of all ages and reading levels are welcome to join this program. Little reading buddies will be paired with mentors (big reading buddies) based on interests and will meet one-on-one each week to develop reading and comprehension skills. Literacy based activities may include reading books, playing word games, re-telling stories with hand puppets, writing and illustrating a short story together, and recording books read in a journal together. Big reading buddies have the potential to gain just as much as their little reading buddies,including increased self confidence, reading skills, and a new desire to read all while building community across age groups.
Children Requirements:
Children of all reading levels welcome.
One Session?: Weekly attendance is important for building a relationship with your reading partner. Let us know if you won’t make so we can arrange an alternate partner.
Materials Needed:
Favorite books, reading games etc (optional)
Support Needs:
It would be great to have some parent readers too if someone was absent.
Min Students: 6  Max Students: 20
 Project and Play: Explorations in S.T.E.A.M (science, technology, engineering, arts, & math)
Occurs every Tuesday starting 01/10/2017 until 03/14/2017 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location:
A
Description:
This is a year-long class with open enrollment. Project and Play is a child-led learning opportunity, where children will collectively (as well as individually) pursue in-depth projects that interest them. We will explore various art materials, discuss what students are currently interested in, and select one or two topics to pursue in-depth as a group project. NLLC members can sign up for one or two days a week. This class meets for 10 weeks. During the first two or three weeks of class, we will explore materials and project ideas. This is a time for introducing studio supplies (e.g. paint, clay, collage materials, fabric, paper mache, microscopes, recycled materials, etc) and for exploring various topics that might lead to a larger group project. During these first few weeks of class, teachers will record and discuss emerging interests. For example, during the fall session students explored a number of topics including insects, pioneers, outer space, shops and industry, jungle habitats, etc before narrowing in on a longer-term group project. We will then work with students to identify one or two projects of interest to the group as a whole. The goal is to “dive deep” into the selected topic(s) collectively over the remaining seven weeks of the class. Teachers will provide materials as needed for project work (such as building blocks, microscopes, magnifying glasses, art materials, books and writing materials, math manipulatives, cardboard and recyclables for building, wood scraps, and simple hand tools). We also plan to take a number of field trips throughout the year to pursue our project. We will begin the class with a morning meeting to introduce new materials, discuss interests and ideas, plan for project work, and share in-progress/completed work. Children will be encouraged to document their work through creative journaling using words, drawings, paintings, and photographs. With the exception of the morning meeting, the remainder of the class will be unstructured where the children are free to explore, create, and build relationships with their friends. We plan to meet on the playground for play starting at 9am. Please join us to get some energy out before heading indoors! We will play in all weather, so please come prepared. Morning meeting starts right at 10am – it really helps to be on time! Please bring a snack if you choose to have during morning meeting.
Children Requirements:
Children 4 to 8 years. Older children who are interested in this class are definitely welcome – contact class leaders to discuss if this class would be a good fit if your child is outside the age range. Younger siblings are also welcome to participate, but must pay the $5 materials fee. All of your children within the age range must enroll in the class. Parents are welcome in the room, but asked to respect the child-directed nature of our work and the need for a quiet work environment (or at least a classroom with noise that is made by the children themselves!). Younger siblings (3 and under) must be accompanied in the classroom at all times. Up to three non-member children per day.
One Session?: Please let us know if you won’t be able to attend class (text, email, or call). We encourage students to arrive on-time if possible, but also recognize that it’s sometimes hard to get out the door in the morning. Please arrive no later than 9:55 to allow for time to settle in before snack and morning meeting.
Materials Fee: $5 per child per number of days enrolled (e.g. if you have one child signed up for two mornings a week the fee is $10)
Materials Needed:
Students should bring an unlined spiral bound sketch book to use as their journal.
Suggested Preparation:
This class is based largely on “Project-based Homeschooling: mentoring self-directed learners”, by Lori McWilliam Pickert. We will be using this book as a teacher’s guide for this class. She also has a website/blog. We recommend that parents read the two pages listed below to find out what our general approach is in this class. http://project-based-homeschooling.com/what-is-pbh-project-based-homeschooling#faq-pbh and http://project-based-homeschooling.com/how-to-start-a-project-group
Support Needs:
Help with clean-up at the end of class is always appreciated!
Min Students: 8  Max Students: 14
Project and Play: Explorations in S.T.E.A.M (science, technology, engineering, arts, & math)
Occurs every Friday starting 01/13/2017 until 03/17/2017 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location:
A
Description:
This is a year-long class with open enrollment. Project and Play is a child-led learning opportunity, where children will collectively (as well as individually) pursue in-depth projects that interest them. We will explore various art materials, discuss what students are currently interested in, and select one or two topics to pursue in-depth as a group project. NLLC members can sign up for one or two days a week. This class meets for 10 weeks. During the first two or three weeks of class, we will explore materials and project ideas. This is a time for introducing studio supplies (e.g. paint, clay, collage materials, fabric, paper mache, microscopes, recycled materials, etc) and for exploring various topics that might lead to a larger group project. During these first few weeks of class, teachers will record and discuss emerging interests. For example, during the fall session students explored a number of topics including insects, pioneers, outer space, shops and industry, jungle habitats, etc before narrowing in on a longer-term group project. We will then work with students to identify one or two projects of interest to the group as a whole. The goal is to “dive deep” into the selected topic(s) collectively over the remaining seven weeks of the class. Teachers will provide materials as needed for project work (such as building blocks, microscopes, magnifying glasses, art materials, books and writing materials, math manipulatives, cardboard and recyclables for building, wood scraps, and simple hand tools). We also plan to take a number of field trips throughout the year to pursue our project. We will begin the class with a morning meeting to introduce new materials, discuss interests and ideas, plan for project work, and share in-progress/completed work. Children will be encouraged to document their work through creative journaling using words, drawings, paintings, and photographs. With the exception of the morning meeting, the remainder of the class will be unstructured where the children are free to explore, create, and build relationships with their friends. We plan to meet on the playground for play starting at 9am. Please join us to get some energy out before heading indoors! We will play in all weather, so please come prepared. Morning meeting starts right at 10am – it really helps to be on time! Please bring a snack if you choose to have during morning meeting.
Children Requirements:
Children 4 to 8 years. Older children who are interested in this class are definitely welcome – contact class leaders to discuss if this class would be a good fit if your child is outside the age range. Younger siblings are also welcome to participate, but must pay the $5 materials fee. All of your children within the age range must enroll in the class. Parents are welcome in the room, but asked to respect the child-directed nature of our work and the need for a quiet work environment (or at least a classroom with noise that is made by the children themselves!). Younger siblings (3 and under) must be accompanied in the classroom at all times. Up to three non-member children per day.
One Session?: Please let us know if you won’t be able to attend class (text, email, or call). We encourage students to arrive on-time if possible, but also recognize that it’s sometimes hard to get out the door in the morning. Please arrive no later than 9:55 to allow for time to settle in before snack and morning meeting.
Materials Fee: $5 per child per number of days enrolled (e.g. if you have one child signed up for two mornings a week the fee is $10)
Materials Needed:
Students should bring an unlined spiral bound sketch book to use as their journal.
Suggested Preparation:
This class is based largely on “Project-based Homeschooling: mentoring self-directed learners”, by Lori McWilliam Pickert. We will be using this book as a teacher’s guide for this class. She also has a website/blog. We recommend that parents read the two pages listed below to find out what our general approach is in this class. http://project-based-homeschooling.com/what-is-pbh-project-based-homeschooling#faq-pbh and http://project-based-homeschooling.com/how-to-start-a-project-group
Support Needs:
Help with clean-up at the end of class is always appreciated!
Min Students: 8  Max Students: 14
 
 

CLUBS:
 
1000 Touch Workout
Occurs every Wednesday starting 01/11/2017 until 03/01/2017 from 4:45 PM to 5:00 PM
Location: Gym
Description:
1000 Touch Workout is a series of ball handling soccer drills. Great short workout for whether you want to improve your touch on the ball or just blow of some steam or get in a good quick exercise session. The footwork activities are designed to give you about 1000 touches in seven minutes (once you learn them). We’ll spend any extra time with some mini challenges.
Children Requirements: 6ish & up
One Session?: flexible attendance; helpful if you practice at home too
Materials Needed: Must bring sneakers (preferably indoor soccer shoes), inflated soccer ball, and water bottle
Min Students: 3  Max Students: 30
Dodgeball (Club)
Occurs every Friday starting 01/20/2017 until 02/10/2017 from 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Location:
Gym
Description:
Dodgeball, and all it’s variations in the gym.
Children Requirements:
There is no age limit, but it is a mixed age game and the older kids, while respectful, will play hard. Younger children will not be given preferential treatment, so they should be aware of and comfortable with the fast flying balls.
Support Needs:
A second parent must stay in the gym every session and it’s cold. So if you sign your kid up, you have to willing to take a turn.
Min Students: 8  Max Students: 25
 Domino Club
Occurs every Friday starting 01/20/2017 until 03/03/2017 from 01:00 PM to 03:00 PM
Location:
Gym
Description:
This is a club in which Samuel brings his collection of 10,000 dominoes and the kids create individual or collective domino art.
Children Requirements:
all ages welcome, but children who are young enough to not understand the fragility of a domino run must be supervised CLOSELY by an adult. There will be NO OTHER activities allowed in the gym during this time by kids who are finished or by younger siblings.
One Session?: come when you can
Min Students: 6  Max Students: 30