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02/13/2020
 
Posted By: Sabrina Greer
Cost: $20 for all
Includes chaperones and professional instructors.

Dates:
Monday, March 9th
Monday, April 6th
Monday, May 11th
Monday, June 15th

Time: 5:00-6:00 P.M.

Location: 56 Chestnut St., Waltham, MA

Details: Line Dancing is back by popular demand! Whether you are a fan of this class or if you have never tried it before, come get hog wild with Marilyn Lefort as she teaches some classic and modern line dance techniques. A good ol' time is sure to be had by all!


02/13/2020
 
Posted By: Sabrina Greer
Cost: FREE

Date:
Playgroup: Sundays
Tutoring/Mentoring: Privately arranged

Time:
Playgroup: 1:00-3:00 PM
Tutoring/Mentoring: Privately arranged

Location: Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

Ages:
Playgroup: 1:00-3:00 PM
Tutoring/Mentoring: All Ages/Young Adult

Details: SPECTRUM offers 3 unique programs for children and young adults who have developmental disabilities. Our tutoring and mentoring programs involve one-on-one sessions between trained Brandeis student volunteers and the children on the Brandeis campus. Our tutoring program works on developing academic performance in a subject where help is needed and our mentoring program works on developing social skills through a variety of games and activities. Mentoring and tutoring sessions take place one hour per week at a time which is decided between the volunteer and the child. Our playgroup program meets every Sunday on the Brandeis campus with a group of trained student volunteers and children. During playgroup, we have a structured schedule that involves arts and crafts, games, outdoor activities, and working on social skills. Don't miss out on this wonderful and free opportunity!

Contact: spectrumbrandeis@gmail.com for more information



11/08/2019
 
Posted By: Sabrina Greer
Starting on Saturdays in January, tailor and fashion designer Chris William-Kalez will begin a hands on sewing class where you will learn to design and make fashions for yourself. If you are interested in joining the class, check the box on the registration form and you will be contacted with more details.


11/08/2019
 
Posted By: Sabrina Greer
Cost: FREE

Date: Playgroup: Sundays, Tutoring/Mentoring: Privately arranged.

Time: Playgroup: 1:00-3:00 PM, Tutoring/Mentoring: Privately arranged.

Location: Brandeis University

Ages: Playgroup: 5-10, Tutoring/Mentoring: All Ages/Young Adult

Details: SPECTRUM offers 3 unique programs for children and young adults who have developmental disabilities. Our tutoring and mentoring programs involve one-on-one sessions between trained Brandeis student volunteers and the children on the Brandeis campus. Our tutoring program works on developing academic performance in a subject where help is needed and our mentoring program works on developing social skills through a variety of games and activities. Mentoring and tutoring sessions take place one hour per week at a time which is decided between the volunteer and the child. Our playgroup program meets every Sunday on the Brandeis campus with a group of trained student volunteers and children. During playgroup, we have a structured schedule that involves arts and crafts, games, outdoor activities, and working on social skills.

Don't miss out on this wonderful and free opportunity!

Contact: spectrumbrandeis@gmail.com for more information.


02/19/2019
 
Posted By: Sabrina Greer
Cost: FREE
Date: Playgroup: Sundays, Tutoring/Mentoring: Privately arranged.
Time: Playgroup: 1:00-3:00 PM, Tutoring/Mentoring: Privately arranged.
Location: Brandeis University
Ages: Playgroup: 5-10, Tutoring/Mentoring: All Ages/Young Adult
Details: SPECTRUM offers 3 unique programs for children and young adults who have developmental disabilities. Our tutoring and mentoring programs involve one-on-one sessions between trained Brandeis student volunteers and the children on the Brandeis campus. Our tutoring program works on developing academic performance in a subject where help is needed and our mentoring program works on developing social skills through a variety of games and activities. Mentoring and tutoring sessions take place one hour per week at a time which is decided between the volunteer and the child. Our playgroup program meets every Sunday on the Brandeis campus with a group of trained student volunteers and children. During playgroup, we have a structured schedule that involves arts and crafts, games, outdoor activities, and working on social skills.
Don't miss out on this wonderful and free opportunity!
Contact: spectrumbrandeis@gmail.com for more information.


12/31/1969
 
Posted By: Sabrina Greer
Cost: $60 Opportunities for Inclusion Participants/ $70 General Community
Includes chaperones and professional instructor

Dates:
Tuesday, March 24th & 31st
Tuesday, April 7th
Tuesday, May 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

Time: 4:15-5:00 P.M.

Location: Meet at: Center Stage, 881 Main Street, Waltham, MA

Details: I LOVE DANCE is the place to be. Lose yourself in the music and find yourself in the shape at the original dance-fitness party hosted by professional dance instructor Annie Close in her private studio. I LOVE DANCE classes feature the newest moves set to popular party music. This Spring, I LOVE DANCE will work on a professional dance routine and participants can perform at the Center Stage Dance Recital (optional). More info will be given to registrants.
Wear comfortable clothes and sneakers.


Minimum: 5 people Maximum: 10 people



12/31/1969
 
Posted By: Sabrina Greer
Cost: $40 Opportunities for Inclusion Participants/ $45 General Community
Includes lunch, tour, chaperones and transportation.

Date: Saturday, March 28th

Time:
Drop off: 10:00 AM
Pick up: 3:00 PM

Location: Drop off and Pick up: 31 Woodland Rd., Waltham, MA

Details: See the places that led to the birth of our nation. Built in 1735, this important tavern was taken over and used by the British Redcoat troops on their retreat back to Boston in the afternoon of April 19, 1775. Learn about the British perspective of the day's events and see where President Washington dined when he visited Lexington and this Tavern in 1789. Highlights: Relics of the Redcoats exhibit, Garden of Colonial Flowers. See history in a fun hands on experience.

Minimum: 5 people Maximum: 9 people



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