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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Challenge Program "Wizard College" - Overnight Program
Organization: Saint Vincent College
Description: Saint Vincent College will again conduct a one-week academic summer Challenge program with a “Wizard College” theme that lovers of the Harry Potter series and other mysterious lore will find incorporated into fun events, academic courses and activities from Sunday, June 28 to Friday, July 3. All attendees will be “sorted” into houses and provided with a t-shirt and scarf of the house chosen for them.

The overnight program from June 28 to July 3 includes housing in a “Challenge only” designated college residence hall for those entering grades 5 to 12. Groups are separated into grades 5-8 and grades 9-12. The day is divided into three hands-on activity-based courses drawing on the Wizard College theme for inspiration. This year’s offerings include courses based on science explorations, architecture, computing imaging special effects, math and logic, chemistry, art exploration, writing for a Challenge newspaper, mock trial and others, all with a focus on the wizard theme.

All attendees are assigned a roommate of a like age and gender. Roommates are allowed. An SVC education major is assigned to each group of students and is responsible for them 24/7 during their stay. Director supervision is present 24/7. Instructors are SVC faculty, education graduates or students in the masters program.

An activity period follows the day’s courses and daily options include Quidditch, life size chess, swimming, crafts, dancing and outdoor games. Evening events include a house cup tournament, a special effects make up demonstration, pool party and the Wizard’s Yule Ball.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided in the college dining hall with the exception of the off-campus evening events and meals that will be provided at the location.

Further details on cost and registration procedure are available by contacting Dr. Kathleen Beining at challenge@stvincent.edu or 724-805-2981 or online at www.stvincentchallenge.org. Early registration is advised since the program fills up quickly. Students who register by March 30 will receive a necktie with their house stripes.

Location: St. Vincent College, Latrobe
Time(s): 

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Dr. Kathleen Beining
Phone: (724) 805-2981
Email: challenge@stvincent.edu
Website: www.stvincentchallenge.org

Saint Vincent Summer Theatre-2015
Organization: Saint Vincent College
Description: Saint Vincent Summer Theatre promises a summer of love, laughter and life’s lessons with the announcement of its 47th summer season opening May 28.

The season will begin with the smash off-Broadway musical, The Marvelous Wonderettes, written and created by Roger Bean, which runs from Thursday, May 28, to Sunday, June 14. Mitch Albom’s Tuesdays with Morrie, based on the best-selling book by Albom, will be the second show. It’s a touching, life-affirming and deeply emotional drama with a generous dose of humor. It runs from Thursday, June 18, to Friday, July 3. Into the Woods, a popular musical that has many memorable songs, quotes and moments for all ages will be the third production of the season playing from Thursday, July 9, to Sunday, July 26. Saint Vincent will close its summer season with the hilarious farce, Moon Over Buffalo, by Ken Ludwig. It runs from Thursday, July 30, to Sunday, Aug. 16. New Saint Vincent Summer Theatre artistic director, Greggory Brandt, will direct all four productions.

Saint Vincent Summer Theatre patrons are asked to make ticket reservations in advance because seats are reserved at all performances (except Thursday evening preview shows, which are general admission). Reservations may be made by mailing or emailing (boxoffice@svst.org) preferred dates prior to Monday, May 18, or by calling the theatre box office starting Monday, May 18, until Sunday, Aug. 16.

Beginning May 1, patrons may also make reservations online at www.svst.org. A credit card is required for online reservations, and such reservations are transferable, but non-refundable.

Individual tickets are $10 for preview performances on Thursdays, $19 on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evenings, $22 on Friday and Saturday evenings and $16 for matinees. Special theatre party group rates apply to groups of 20 guests or more. Senior citizens, 62 or older, are eligible for a $2 discount upon request on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings only. Special subscription plans are also available through Saturday, June 27. In addition, student tickets are available for $10 for any seat, any performance.

Saint Vincent Summer Theatre performances are all scheduled in the comfortable, air-conditioned Performing Arts Center of the Robert S. Carey Student Center on the Saint Vincent College campus. Additional matinee performances are available, and free van shuttle services are provided to and from the spacious and convenient parking areas adjacent to the Saint Vincent Basilica.

Saint Vincent Summer Theatre will continue to feature its well-known cabaret, the special after-the-show party to which all theatre patrons are invited. Saint Vincent students serve popcorn, hot dogs and beverages after the production and also provide entertainment. The cabaret is open after all performances except Thursday preview shows and selected matinees. Theatre officials encourage donations if patrons enjoy themselves at the after-the-show gathering.

The 26th annual Saint Vincent Summer Theatre Gala will be held Friday, July 10, featuring a festive evening of gourmet food and entertainment. To receive an invitation or obtain further details, contact 724-805-2901. All proceeds benefit the Saint Vincent Summer Theatre.

A free brochure is available by emailing Brandt at greggory.brandt@stvincent.edu prior to May 18 or calling the Saint Vincent Theatre box office at 724-537-8900 after May 18.

Location: Robert S. Carey Student Center at SVC, Latrobe
Time(s): 

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Saint Vincent Theatre Box Office
Phone: (724) 537-8900
Website: www.svst.org

2015 Summer Day Camp
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Get your children outside so they can enjoy crafts, sports, games and a visit to the Rogers McFeely Memorial Pool every day. We accommodate those working parents by offering an early drop off and a late pick up for your convenience. Each camper should bring a backpack with the following items: lunch, snack, water bottle, bathing suit, and sunscreen!

Summer Camp Hours: 6/17 to 8/22 ~ 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Deadline for registration is May 15.

Fee: $1200 per season ~ 2nd child $900 - 3rd child $600.

$500 per month ~ 2nd child $400 - 3rd child $300.

$150 per week ~ 2nd child $125 - 3rd child $100.

Daily: $35

Location: , Latrobe
Time(s):  8:30 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Phone: (724) 537-4331
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

Teacher Workshops
Organization: Fort Ligonier
Description: Fort Ligonier will offer the following workshops through which educators can earn Act 48 hours for submission to the Pennsylvania Department of Education:

June 11 - Visual Thinking: Learning with Objects-$20
June 23 - The Power of Primary Sources in Teaching History-$20
June 30 - Mapping Our Way Through History-$20
July 9 - History as a Catalyst for Writing: A Writing Marathon-$25
July 23 - Childtren's Literature About Colonial American History-$20
July 24 - Life and Death on the Pennsylvania Frontier-$20

Location: Fort Ligonier, 200 S. Market St., Ligonier
Time(s):  9:00 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Phone: (724) 238-9701
Email: education@fortligonier.org
Website: www.fortligonier.org

QuickBooks Basic
Organization: Small Business Development Center
Description: This program is designed for individuals and businesses that have recently purchased QUICKBOOKS or would like to become more efficient in processing their day-to-day work. This program will also provide resource material and information that will broaden your QuickBooks skills and answer common questions. Highlights include: general set up of company file, define and modify chart of accounts, set up and edit new vendors and customers, process accounts payable and receivable, enter manual checks, apply call receipts and deposits and bank reconciliations and financial reports.

Cost is $20 per person. Registration begins at 8:45 a.m.

Location: Fay-Penn Economic Development Council, 1040 Eberly Way, Lemont Furnace
Time(s):  9:00 AM

Registration is required
Fee: $20.00

Contact information:
Contact: Small Business Development Center
Phone: (724) 537-4572
Email: sbdc@stvincent.edu

Challenge Program "Wizard College" - Day Program
Organization: Saint Vincent College
Description: Saint Vincent College will again conduct a one-week academic summer Challenge program with a “Wizard College” theme that lovers of the Harry Potter series and other mysterious lore will find incorporated into fun events, academic courses and activities from Sunday, June 28 to Friday, July 3. All attendees will be “sorted” into houses and provided with a t-shirt and scarf of the house chosen for them.

The day program, from June 29 to July 3, will be offered to students entering grades K to 4. The kindergarten offering operates from 9 a.m. until noon. Activities will include a circle time, science and math explorations, art and physical activities along with snack. Students entering grades 1-2 and 3-4 will attend from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. every day. Classes will include theme-based explorations, scientific and mathematical activities, crafts and outdoor games. Full day students will eat in the college cafeteria and also have a snack. The Wizard College theme is woven throughout the offerings. All day program attendees are accompanied by an assigned education major counselor throughout the day and the transitions to various parts of the campus. The instructors in the program are all Saint Vincent education graduates or enrolled in the masters program.

Further details on cost and registration procedure are available by contacting Dr. Kathleen Beining at challenge@stvincent.edu or 724-805-2981 or online at www.stvincentchallenge.org. Early registration is advised since the program fills up quickly. Students who register by March 30 will receive a necktie with their house stripes.

Location: St. Vincent College, Latrobe
Time(s):  9:00 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Dr. Kathleen Beining
Phone: (724) 805-2981
Email: challenge@stvincent.edu
Website: www.stvincentchallenge.org

Smartphones
Organization: YWCA of Westmoreland County
Description: If you are new to using a smartphone or not utilizing many of its features, join us in this class to learn what your phone can do for you. You will be surprised how smart it is and become more comfortable using your phone.

Fee: $75 for members/$85 non-members

Location: 424 N. Main Street, Greensburg
Time(s):  9:15 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Gina McGrath
Phone: (724) 834-9390
Email: Technology@ywcawestmoreland.org
Website: WWW.YWCAWESTMORELAND.ORG

Bug Camp for 5 - 6 Year Olds/2015
Organization: Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve
Description: 5 and 6 year olds (with an adult) will "Go Buggy" along the tall grasses, the trails, and around the pond edges as they search for butterflies, spiders, ants, dragonflies, bees, beetles, and more! Hands-on investigations, games, and mini labs will take children on a nature adventure they will never forget!

Registration required: $75.00/ child.
Registration deadline: June 12, 2015 Late fee: $25.00
Early Bird Discount - $25.00 off if registered and paid by June 1, 2015.

Location: Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve, Latrobe
Time(s):  10:00 AM

Registration is required
Fee: $75.00

Contact information:
Website: www.wpnr.org

2015 Learn To Swim
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Ages 6 to 14. American Red Cross Beginner and Intermediate classes offered. Children will be grouped by skill level. Classes are held 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.~ Tuesday thru Friday. Registration due one week prior to start of class.

Session 1: 6/9 to 6/26

Session 2: 6/30 to 7/17

Session 3: 7/21 to 8/7

Fee: $37/52/57

Evening lessons - Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6/16 to 7/9 ~ 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. Fee: $35/50/55

Location: Rogers- McFeely Memorial Pool, Latrobe
Time(s):  10:00 AM
7:15:00 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Phone: (724) 537-4331
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 PSRP: Storytime for 6 to 24 Months
Organization: Adams Memorial Library
Description: Features age-appropriate stories and songs. Register once and attend all summer. Storytime is the same Tuesday and Thursday of that week.

Location: Reed Room at AML, Latrobe
Time(s):  10:15 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Children's Room
Phone: (724) 537-4383

2015 PSRP: Storytime for 2 to 4 Year-Olds
Organization: Adams Memorial Library
Description: Features age-appropriate stories and songs. Register once and attend all summer. Storytime is the same Tuesday and Thursday of that week.

Location: Reed Room at AML, Latrobe
Time(s):  11:00 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Children's Room
Phone: (724) 537-4383

2015 Guard Start
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: For ages 11-15. Would you like to become a lifeguard? Take this exciting course that will prepare you for taking the Lifeguard Certification Course. To be eligible you must be able to swim for 25 yards, tread water for 1 minute and swim underwater for 10 yards. Tuesday Through Friday, 11:00 a.m. to noon.

FEES: $70/85/90 - Attendance is mandatory for course certification.

Location: Rogers-McFeely Memorial Pool, Latrobe
Time(s):  11:00 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Phone: (724) 537-4331
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 Preschool Aquatics
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Ages 4 & 5. Fundamental water safety and aquatic skills program prepares the child to move into group swim lessons. Children will be grouped by skill level. Classes are held 11:10 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.~ Tuesday thru Friday. No lessons the day of the Community Picnic. Registration deadline is one week prior to start of class.

* Parent must accompany their child in the water.

Session 1: 6/9 to 6/26

Session 2: 6/30 to 7/17

Session 3: 7/21 to 8/7

Fee: $37/52/57

Saturday classes: June 13 to July 25th ~ 11:10 to 11:40 a.m. Register by 6/5. Fee for Saturday class - $35/50/55

Location: Rogers- McFeely Memorial Pool, Latrobe
Time(s):  11:10 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Phone: (724) 537-4331
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 Aqua Tots
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Ages 18 months to 3 years. Fundamental Aquatics teaches parents how to safely handle children in and around water ~ Parent participation required. Classes are held 11:10 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.~ Tuesday thru Friday. Registration due one week prior to start of class.

Session 1: 6/9 to 6/26

Session 2: 6/30 to 7/17

Session 3: 7/21 to 8/7

Fee: $37/47/52

Saturday classes for Aqua Tots: June 13 to July 25 ~ 11:10 to 11:40 a.m. Fee for Saturday class - $35/50/55

Location: Rogers- McFeely Memorial Pool, Latrobe
Time(s):  11:10 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Phone: (724) 537-4331
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

Free Children's Lunch
Organization: Derry First United Methodist Church
Description: Free lunches are being offered to children 18 and younger from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. weekdays through August 8th. The lunches are being offered in conjunction with the Westmoreland County Food Bank Free Summer Lunch Program.

Location: Church Social Hall, 311 N. Ligonier Street, Derry
Time(s):  11:30 AM

Contact information:
Phone: (724) 694-8333

2015 PSRP: Storytime for 5 Year- Olds and Up
Organization: Adams Memorial Library
Description: Features age-appropriate stories and songs. Register once and attend all summer. Storytime is the same Tuesday and Thursday of that week.

Location: Reed Room at AML, Latrobe
Time(s):  11:45 AM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Children's Room
Phone: (724) 537-4383

Summer Programs and Workshops
Organization: Saint Vincent College
Description: The Foster and Muriel McCarl Coverlet Gallery at Saint Vincent College has announced a series of summer programs and workshops for adults and children of all ages.

The gallery is currently presenting an exhibit, A Sense of Wonder: The Nature Writing of Rachel Carson, which explores artistic nature themes woven into coverlets and the life and legacy of Rachel Carson, the biologist, writer and environmentalist who was originally from the Pittsburgh area. The exhibit is open from noon to 3 p.m. Tuesdays to Sundays plus 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays through Sept. 4. Admission is free.

Avian Adventure Family Day, a joint program with the Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, June 10, at the Gallery and the Nature Reserve. Activities include a morning bird hike, discussion about birds that live in western Pennsylvania and those that live in the Nature Reserve. A bird-themed scavenger hunt in the Gallery and a craft activity will follow. The day is free for families and children of all ages. Registration is required.

Pennsylvania Wildlife Family Day, presented by Powdermill Nature Reserve, will be held from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 16, at the Gallery. Participants will learn about native Pennsylvania wildlife and see live turtles, toads, newts and other small animals from Powdermill. The day is free for families and children of all ages. Registration is required.

Nature Discovery Day, a joint program with Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve, will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Aug. 12 (rain date Aug. 13). Participants will have an opportunity to explore the Nature Reserve trails to see birds with binoculars, identify plants and insects, count tree rings, dip a net in the pond and other activities. A 12 station stop will encourage respectful and careful investigation of the natural world. Students will also make a nature journal using materials found on the hike. This event is free but registration is required.

Fred Rogers Unboxed: Fred, the Environment and Children, a joint program with the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media, is scheduled from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 30, at the Fred M. Rogers Center. Adults will have an opportunity to join Fred Rogers Center Archivist Emily Uhrin for a close look at artifacts and items from the Fred Rogers Archives. Visitors will be able to ask questions and view items rarely seen outside of the archives dealing with Fred’s teachings on sustainability, the natural world and the impact of nature on children. Admission is free.

Rachel Carson and Her Sisters Book Signing and Lecture will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, July 13, at the Fred M. Rogers Center. This is an exclusive lecture and book signing with Bob Musil, Ph.D., president and CEO of the Rachel Carson Council and author of the book, Rachel Carson and Her Sisters: Extraordinary Women Who Have Shaped America’s Environment. In his talk, Musil will discuss the achievements and legacy of environmental pioneer and scientist Rachel Carson, linking her work to a wide network of American women activists and writers. Widely known for her 1962 best-seller, Silent Spring, Carson is today often perceived as a solitary “great woman,” whose work single-handedly launched a modern environmental movement. But as Musil demonstrates, Carson’s life’s work drew upon and was supported by already existing movements, many led by women, in conservation and public health. Musil will discuss Carson’s enduring environmental legacy as well as the achievements of women writers and advocates, such as Ellen Swallow Richards, Dr. Alice Hamilton, Terry Tempest Williams, Sandra Steingraber, Devra Davis and Theo Colborn, all of whom overcame obstacles to build and lead the modern American environmental movement. This is free and open to the public.

Rachel Carson, Children and the Environment lecture, a joint program with the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media, will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 23, at the Fred M. Rogers Center. Fred Rogers Center co-director and resident faculty member, Dr. Junlei Li, will discuss Fred Rogers’ views on children and the environment and the parallels between Rogers and Rachel Carson. Li will consider the question “What Would Mister Rogers Do?” in addressing present day challenges and opportunities for children’s learning and growing. Li holds a Ph.D. in psychology and M.A. in instructional science from Carnegie Mellon University, and a B.S. in computer science from University of Notre Dame. The lecture is free and open to the public.



Beginner’s Natural Dye Workshop will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 20, at the Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve. This is a unique workshop with textile artist Leigh Koegler, member of the Butler Spinning and Weaving Guild and the owner/independent dyer of Wren House Yarns in Baden. Koegler specializes in natural dyeing techniques and workshops and has done demonstrations at Penn’s Colony Festival, the Depreciation Lands Museum and the Society for Contemporary Craft. She will provide a hands-on workshop where participants will learn natural dyeing techniques, be exposed to color theory and experiment with a variety of hues. Participation fee includes the day-long workshop, all materials and lunch. No experience is needed. There is a fee of $45 and pre-registration is requested.

Beginner’s Natural Dye Workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, in room 12 art studio in the Robert S. Carey Student Center. This workshop will be presented by textile artist Leigh Koegler. Participation fee of $45 includes the day-long workshop, all materials and lunch. No experience is needed. Space is limited and reservations are required.

A three-day Intensive Beginner’s Weaving Workshop will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 27, 28 and 29, at the Gristmill. In this three-day workshop, Br. Mark Floreanini, O.S.B., associate professor of fine arts at Saint Vincent College, will teach participants the basics of weaving and loom work. The classes will be held in the weaving workshop in the College’s historic Gristmill. Br. Mark holds an M.F.A. from Savannah College of Art and Design and is an avid weaver and spinner. The workshop fee of $75 includes all three days and all materials. Space is limited and reservations are required.

Location: Foster and Muriel McCarl Coverlet Gallery at SVC, Latrobe
Time(s):  2:00 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Phone: (724) 805-2188
Website: www.mccarlgallery.org

Fred Rogers Unboxed
Organization: Saint Vincent College
Description: The Foster and Muriel McCarl Coverlet Gallery and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media are hosting a joint event, Fred Rogers Unboxed, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30, in the Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College.

Fred Rogers Center Archivist Emily Uhrin will offer visitors an up-close-and-personal look at artifacts and items from the Fred Rogers Archives. Visitors will be able to ask questions and view items rarely seen outside of the archives dealing with Fred’s teachings on sustainability, the natural world and the impact of nature on children.

The event is free and open to the public.

Fred Rogers Unboxed is presented in conjunction with the McCarl Coverlet Gallery’s summer exhibit A Sense of Wonder: The Nature Writing of Rachel Carson, which runs until Sept. 4. The exhibit explores artistic nature themes woven into coverlets and the life and legacy of Rachel Carson, the biologist, writer and environmentalist originally from the Pittsburgh area.

Location: Fred Rogers Center at SVC, Latrobe
Time(s):  2:00 PM

Contact information:
Phone: (724) 805-2188
Email: lauren.churilla@stvincent.edu

Spaghetti Dinner
Organization: Hillside United Methodist Church
Description: The spaghetti dinner will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Eat in or takeouts are available for $6 per adult and $3 for those under 12 years of age.

Location: Hillside United Methodist Church, Derry Township
Time(s):  4:00 PM

2015 Mommy & Me Gymnastics
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Emphasis on gross motor skills development, balance, strength, flexibility and FUN! Moms and Dads are invited to participate if their tots are more comfortable. Ages: 18 months - 2 years. All classes 4:30 to 4:55 p.m.

Session 1: Wednesdays ~ 4/8 to 5/13

Session 2: Tuesdays ~ 6/9 to 7/14

Session 3: Tuesdays ~ 7/21 to 8/25

FEES: $32/42/47

Location: Willow Tree Gymnastics & Cheerleading, Latrobe
Time(s):  4:30 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 Boys Gymnastics
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: A class designed specifically for boys ages 5 to 8! Trampoline - Paralel Bars - Rings - Tumbling & More!
Register no later than one week prior to start of class. Classes are held 4:30 to 5:25 p.m.

Session 1: 4/10 to 5/15 ~ Fridays

Session 2: 6/9 to 7/14 ~ Tuesdays

Session 3: 7/21 to 8/25 ~ Tuesdays

Fee: $50/60/67

Location: Willow Tree Gymnastics, Latrobe
Time(s):  4:30 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 Pre-School Gymnastics - Age 3
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Rolls, cartwheels, handstands and backbends. A great intro to tumbling. Parents may watch, but the child must be comfortable with parent out of the room. Age 3. Register no later than one week prior to start of class. Classes held 5 to 5:40 p.m.

Session 1: Wednesdays ~ 4/8 to 5/13

Session 2: Tuesdays ~ 6/9 to 7/14

Session 3: Tuesdays ~ 7/21 to 8/25

FEES: $32/42/47

Location: Willow Tree Gymnastics & Cheerleading, Latrobe
Time(s):  5:00 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 Midway Activities
Organization: Latrobe 4th of July Celebration, Inc.
Description: Midway activities open at 5 p.m.- Amusement rides, food, crafts and game booths.

Bingo provided by Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Tony Angelo Aerie #01188 in the Large Pavilion at 6 p.m.

"The Dancer's Workshop" A spectacular performance with many dance numbers at 6:30 p.m. Sound system provided by D.J. Scotty G. at the Band Shell.

Baking Contest registration in small pavilion at 5 p.m.

Baking Contest begings at 6 p.m. - judging of the baked items - items auctioned for sale following judging.

Midway activities close at 10 p.m.

Location: Legion Keener Park, Latrobe
Time(s):  5:00 PM

Contact information:
Phone: (724) 537-8417
Website: www.latrobe4thofjulycelebration.com

2015 Girls Gymanstics
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Trampoline, Parallel Bars, Rings, Tumbling and More! Emphasis on strength, flexibility, balance, kinesthetic awareness, coordination, agility and grace. Ages 10 and up. All classes held 5:30 to 6:25 p.m. Register no later than one week prior to start of class.

FEES: $50/60/67

Session 1: 4/10 to 5/15 ~ Fridays

Session 2: 6/9 to 7/14 ~ Tuesdays

Session 3: 7/21 to 8/25 ~ Tuesdays

Location: Willow Tree Gymnastics, Latrobe
Time(s):  5:30 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 Girls Gymanstics
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Trampoline, Parallel Bars, Rings, Tumbling and More! Emphasis on strength, flexibility, balance, kinesthetic awareness, coordination, agility and grace. Ages 6 to 9. All classes held 5:30 to 6:25 p.m. Register no later than one week prior to start of class.

FEES: $50/60/67

Session 1: 4/10 to 5/15 ~ Fridays

Session 2: 6/9 to 7/14 ~ Tuesdays

Session 3: 7/21 to 8/25 ~ Tuesdays

Location: Willow Tree Gymnastics, Latrobe
Time(s):  5:30 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 Pre-School Gymnastics - Age 4 - 5
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Rolls, cartwheels, handstands and backbends. A great intro to tumbling. Parents may watch, but the child must be comfortable with parent out of the room. Ages 4 to 5. Register no later than one week prior to start of class. Classes held 5:45 to 6:45 p.m.

Session 1: Wednesdays ~ 4/8 to 5/13

Session 2: Tuesdays ~ 6/9 to 7/14

Session 3: Tuesdays ~ 7/21 to 8/25

FEES: $32/42/47

Location: Willow Tree Gymnastics & Cheerleading, Latrobe
Time(s):  5:45 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

2015 PSRP: Evening Storytime
Organization: Adams Memorial Library
Description: This storytime is for children ages 4 and up & features books, rhymes, and songs. Same storytime as Tuesday morning.

Location: Reed Room at AML, Latrobe
Time(s):  6:30 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Children's Room
Phone: (724) 537-4383

2015 Trampoline & Tumbling
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Practice safely on all types of trampolines (regulation, mini and individual). Great for sports loke cheerleading, track, basketball, and just for fun!Register no later than one week prior to start of class. Ages 8 to 14. All classes meet 6:30 to 7:25 p.m.

FEES: $50/60/67

Session 1: 4/10 to 5/15 ~ Fridays

Session 2: 6/9 to 7/14 ~ Tuesdays

Session 3: 7/21 to 8/25 ~ Tuesdays

Location: Willow Tree Gymnastics, Latrobe
Time(s):  6:30 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

CrossFit for Kids
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: CrossFit Kids Latrobe is a strength and conditioning program for children and teens in elementary through high school. Our goal is to help your children develop a love of fitness and exercise. In a group setting, they participate in fun and engaging workouts that prepare them to be well-rounded athletes and hard-working people. No two workouts are the same, so kids and teens never get bored and the novelty of each workout keeps them excited about participating. Quality of movement is prioritized over weight and intensity. The focus is how well the children move, not how much or how fast. These are eight-week sessions. Monday and Wednesday - 6:30 to 7:15 p.m.

For ages 9-13: Monday and Wednesday - 6:30 to 7:15 p.m.
Session 1: 3/2 to 4/22
Session 2: 5/4 to 6/29
Session 3: 7/13 to 9/2

For ages 13-18: Tuesday and Thursday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Session 1: 3/3 to 4/23
Session 2: 5/5 to 6/30
Session 3: 7/14 to 9/2

Fee: $80/95/100

Location: Latrobe CrossFit, 100 Station ST. Rear, Loyalhanna
Time(s):  6:30 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Phone: (724) 537-4331

2015 Tai Chi
Organization: Latrobe- GLSD Parks & Recreation
Description: Yang Style short form. Ages 14 and up. Learn to relax and improve Body Awareness, Balance, Concentration and Health! Develop control and discipline. Tuesday evening from 8:00 to 9:00 pm. Instructor is Fran Eddins.

Session I: 3/31 to 6/2 ~ register by 3/27

Session 2: 6/16 to 8/18 ~ Register by 6/12

FEES: $75/80/85

Location: Mind & Body Martial Arts, 314 Loyalhanna School Road, Suite 400, Latrobe
Time(s):  8:00 PM

Registration is required

Contact information:
Contact: Latrobe-GLSD Parks & Recreation
Website: www.latroberecreation.org

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