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    102100 - Intro to Adaptive Tennis

    This class is perfect for children ages 10-13yrs who experience mild gross motor and/or developmental delays. Children will learn basic tennis skills in a fun, caring, and safe environment adapted to their needs. A modified tennis court, low pressure balls, among other training tools help to create an overall positive experience for your child through tennis.

    Looking to try tennis before you register? Sign up for our introduction to adaptive tennis clinic, running on April 24!

    All equipment provided.

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    Add to CartIntro to Tennis 5:00P- 5:45PW05/01/19- 06/05/19102100-W1Available$168Item DetailsLocation Details
    Add to CartIntro Tennis Clinic 5:00P- 5:45PW04/24/19- 04/24/19102100-W2Available$10Item DetailsLocation Details

    102200 - MicroTBall

    Instructor: Knucklebones
    Knucklebones’ Micro T-Ball engages both children & guardians in learning how to play like the big leaguers. Each class brings a progression of t-ball skills, starting with stands we’ll quickly progress to underhand pitching, all the while practicing fielding skills. From understanding basic rules and batting techniques to knowing when to run and how to “play the field”, children will gain the essence of the game and have fun while playing in mock games. The last day will be the most fun as the children will take on the parents/ guardians in a game for bragging rights! Comfortable clothing and sneakers are required.

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    121100 - Festival Orchestra

    The Festival Orchestra program is for students who have mastered such skills as the bow hold, instrument hold, and note reading. Students will learn 2-3 pieces from the standard grade level 1 to 1.5 repertoire. There are 8 rehearsals this spring. Students will need to bring their instrument, a pencil,and a folder to each rehearsal. The stand will be provided. This program is an enrichment for the string students who began their study this or last year at school and would like to advance their skills. Younger advanced players are welcome to join with the approval of the instructor. Anna Anderson can be contacted via email (aanderson@concordps.org).

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    Add to CartFestival Orchestra 4:00P- 5:00PM03/25/19- 05/20/19121100-M1Available$75Item DetailsLocation Details

    121102 - Digital Storytelling

    Storytelling is poetry-in-motion, our common cultural currency, and a framework for self-identity. In these classes, you will write and use video, scanned images and narration to create simple, yet connective, multimedia stories of your own. Sessions will include development of writing skills for your projects feedback during story circles, and cultivating basic audio, photography, and video production techniques to complete a short video that you will be able to share with family, friends or colleagues. This class will be instructed by a Minuteman Media Network (formally CCTV) and will occur in the MMN Studio located inside Concord-Carlisle High School.

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    Add to CartAdult Session 2 7:00P- 8:30PTu06/18/19- 07/09/19121102-A2Available$120Item DetailsLocation Details
    Add to CartYouth Session 2 4:00P- 5:30PTh06/20/19- 07/18/19121102-Y2Available$120Item DetailsLocation Details

    121103 - Entering Adobe Class


    Entering Adobe: An Overview of Professional Multimedia Crafting Tools. In this class we will explore the powerful creative capabilities of Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, Audition, After Effects and Media Encoder. This class will be instructed by a Minuteman Media Network (formally CCTV) and will occur in the MMN Studio located inside Concord-Carlisle High School.

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    Read NoticeAdult Session 1 7:00P- 8:30PM04/29/19- 06/03/19121103-A1Unavailable$150Item DetailsLocation Details
    Add to CartAdult Session 2 6:00P- 7:00PM07/15/19- 08/19/19121103-A2Available$150Item DetailsLocation Details
    Read NoticeYouth Session 1 4:00P- 5:30PTu04/30/19- 06/04/19121103-Y1Unavailable$150Item DetailsLocation Details
    Add to CartYouth Session 2 4:00P- 5:30PTu07/16/19- 08/20/19121103-Y2Available$150Item DetailsLocation Details

    121104 - iPhone Photography & Film

    Smartphones have become the most prominent recording devices today, allowing us to easily capture and share moments of everyday life and the world around us from our unique perspective. In this introductory class, we will explore techniques and concepts that enhance the quality of the content captured on a Smartphone camera. Learn about lighting, how to optimize your Smartphone camera settings, and using tools to create high-quality photographs and videos directly from your phone. This class will be instructed by a Minuteman Media Network (formally CCTV) and will occur in the MMN Studio located inside Concord-Carlisle High School.

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    Add to Cartiphone Adult S2 7:00P- 8:30PW06/19/19- 07/10/19121104-A2Available$120Item DetailsLocation Details
    Add to Cartiphone Youth S2 4:00P- 5:30PW06/19/19- 07/10/19121104-Y2Available$120Item DetailsLocation Details

    121200 - Musical Theater Experience

    MUSICAL THEATER SPRING 2019: RUMPELSTILTSKIN

    PLEASE NOTE THE UPDATED REGISTRATION DATE! REGISTRATION WILL NOW BEGIN ON MONDAY FEBRUARY 11TH AT 7:30AM. Participants can be signed up online, over the phone, or in person. If you are planning on registering for this program, please try to register at this time as this program has sold out within minutes.

    For over 20 years, Elaine Jarvis and the Musical Theater Experience staff have offered children the opportunity to learn and then perform for family and friends, an age appropriate version of both original and well know musicals. Emphasis is on building self-confidence and self-esteem. No auditions or experience is necessary and everyone gets a part, along with singing and dancing. The spring show this year is their adaptation of Rumpelstiltskin!

    Thursday Cast 1: 3:40-4:45PM on Thursdays from February 28th to May 16th. The program will not be held on April 18th. Their cast’s free performance will take place on Thursday, May 16th beginning at 4:45PM.

    Thursday Cast 2: 4:50-6:00PM on Thursdays from February 28th to May 16th. The program will not be held on April 18th. Their cast’s free performance will take place on Thursday, May 16th beginning at 6:00PM.

    Friday Cast 1: 3:40-4:45PM on Fridays from March 30th to May 17th. The program will not be held on April 19th. Their cast’s free performance will take place on Friday, May 17th beginning at 5:00PM.

    1st casts meet directly after school. Musical Theater staff members will meet children enrolled in 1st casts who attend the school where the rehearsal is. Students will have a snack between dismissal and the start of the program.

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    Read NoticeRumpelstiltskin F1 3:40P- 4:50PF03/01/19- 05/17/19121200-F1Waitlist$257Item DetailsLocation Details
    Read NoticeRumpelstiltskin T1 3:40P- 4:50PTh02/28/19- 05/16/19121200-T1Waitlist$257Item DetailsLocation Details
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    121214 - Woodworking

    Woodworking is a fun way for kids to become inventors, think innovatively, develop math skills, and understand mechanical and spatial relationships. This class is held in a woodshop where kids learn to safely use real hand tools and pine wood. Students get a chance to experiment with materials and choose a project to build. Through the building process, they learn how to work with wood and various tools including sandpaper, crosscut saws, coping saws, files, and hammers. Safety is always a top priority and stressed with every lesson. Closed toed shoes are required. This class will be held at Artspace in Maynard and be taught by instructor Jenny Sorblom. The address for the studio is 63 Summer Street Maynard, MA 01754.

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    Read NoticeWoodworking10:00A- 11:00ASu04/07/19- 05/12/19121214-S1Unavailable$265Item DetailsLocation Details
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    121215 - Social Skills Workshop

    Children are the leaders of tomorrow. Present them with the opportunity to feel self-reliant and confident in any social situation by taking interactive lessons taught by a certified etiquette consultant. Our workshop is designed to empower them with life skills that propel them towards personal and professional success. These skills will help them succeed at school, socially, and later, professionally and can create an appealing differentiator that sets them apart. Our lessons aim to instill social consideration and mutual respect as we believe that when children are taught these basic social skills in their early years, they tend to become more socially responsible as they grow up. To survive the rising social pressure, children must be trained in a way to feel confident and comfortable around people and to find their place in the world.

    Topics Include: The Importance of Greeting Others, Rules of Introduction, The Handshake, Eye Contact, and the Power of a Smile, Sportsmanship Etiquette, Hygiene and Appearance, Self-Respect and Respect for others, Behaving Appropriately at Other People’s Homes, Making Appropriate Conversation, Proper Telephone Etiquette, Writing Thank You Notes, Social Media Etiquette, Public Speaking and & Other Modern Manners. For more information visit www.newenglandschoolofprotocol.com

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    121216 - Dining Etiquette Workshop

    Present your child with the opportunity to feel self-reliant and confident in any social or dining situation by taking interactive lessons taught by a certified etiquette consultant. Our workshop is designed to teach them how to conduct themselves on the dining table at home, in a restaurant or when meeting new people. Teaching children proper dining skills and table manners helps them to succeed at school, socially, and later, professionally. Some food samples will be served during class. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated. Please inform us of any food allergies when signing up.


    Topics Include:
    Approaching and seating at the table/ The napkin and its uses/ Understanding place setting/ How to correctly hold silverware/ The bread & butter plate/ The soup course/ Proper use of silverware/ American and Continental styles of dining/ Passing food at the table/ What to do with unwanted food/ Appropriate table conversation/ What to do with unwanted food/ Excusing yourself from the table/ Other table manners & much more

    For more information visit www.newenglandschoolofprotocol.com

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    121217 - Teen Social Skills Workshop

    Teen Social Skills Workshop (Ages 13-18)

    Teenagers are the leaders of tomorrow. Present them with the opportunity to feel self-reliant and confident in any social situation by taking interactive lessons taught by a certified etiquette consultant. Our workshop is designed to empower them with life skills that propel them towards personal and professional success. These skills will help them succeed at school, socially, and later, professionally and can create an appealing differentiator that sets them apart. Our lessons aim to instill social consideration and mutual respect as we believe that when teenagers are taught these basic social skills in their early years, they tend to become more socially responsible as they grow up. To survive the rising social pressure, teens must be trained in a way to feel confident and comfortable around people and to find their place in the world.

    Topics Include: The Importance of Greeting Others, Rules of Introduction, The Handshake, Eye Contact, and the Power of a Smile, Hygiene and Appearance, Self-Respect and Respect for others, Behaving Appropriately at Other People’s Homes, Making Appropriate Conversation, How to Sit & When to Stand, Proper Telephone Etiquette, Writing Thank You Notes, Social Media Etiquette, Public Speaking, Interviewing Skills, Theatre Protocol & Other Modern Manners. For more information visit www.newenglandschoolofprotocol.com

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    121218 - Teen Dining Etiquette Workshop

    Teen Dining Etiquette Workshop (Ages 13-18)

    Present your teenager with the opportunity to feel self-reliant and confident in any social or dining situation by taking interactive lessons taught by a certified etiquette consultant. Our workshop is designed to teach them how to conduct themselves on the dining table at home, in a restaurant or when meeting new people. Teaching teens proper dining skills and table manners helps them to succeed at school, socially, and later, professionally. Some food samples will be served during class so that the participants can practice what they learn. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated. Please inform us of any food allergies when signing up.

    Topics Include: Approaching and Seating at the Table, The Napkin and it’s Uses, Understanding Place Setting, How to Correctly Hold Silverware, The Bread & Butter Plate, The Soup Course, Proper Use Of Silverware, Different Dining Styles Including The American vs. Continental Style Of Dining, Passing Food At The Table, What To Do With Unwanted Food, Excusing Yourself From The Table, Other Table Manners & Much More. Some food items will be served during class so that the students can practice what they learn. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated. www.newenglandschoolofprotocol.com

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    121222 - Slime Time 2

    Wicked Cool For Kids Presents Slime Time 2. Create six new formulas of slime! Keep your slime skills sharp as we make creepy bug slime, fluffy slime, and sweet smelling goop. Finish off with sparkle slime and a few mystery formulas sure to be a hit!

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    Add to CartSlime Time 2 1:00P- 3:30PTu05/07/19- 05/07/19121222-T1Available$52Item DetailsLocation Details

    121225 - NYC Trip

    NYC Trip: Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum and The Empire State Building

    The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is dedicated to the exhibition and interpretation of history, science and service as related to its home aboard the aircraft carrier Intrepid, a National Historic Landmark. It is home to the Aircraft Carrier Intrepid, Space Shuttle Pavilion, Submarine Growler & British Airways Concorde. As you explore the Museum you will be able to examine original artifacts, view historic video footage and explore interactive exhibits. Enjoy a 1-hour guided tour upon arrival. The Museum's expert guides lead fascinating explorations of the Museum and provide greater insight into the artifacts on display. Then have the rest of the afternoon to yourself to further explore.

    The Empire State Building is more than a spectacular view. It’s an immersive experience inside a world famous landmark. In addition to our Observation Decks, your visit includes the new entrance on 34th street, our two story building model, and the restored lobby with its stunning art deco ceiling murals and the historical Dare to Dream Exhibit. All aboard we are off to the 86th Floor for a spectacular views of the city and beyond. Central Park comes into full view, the grid of streets reveals its brilliant design, and on a clear day you can see beyond the skyscrapers up to 80 miles away.

    Itinerary for Saturday, May 18th:
    6:30 AM: Depart from Littleton Recreation, 33 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA
    Stop for a breakfast break on own
    11:30 AM: Arrive at Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
    2:30 PM: Depart Intrepid
    2:45 PM: Arrive at Empire State Building
    3:00 PM: Enter Elevator for ride to 102nd Floor
    Stop at 86th floor and Dare to Dream Exhibit
    6:00 PM: Depart for home
    Quick stop on way home
    10:30 PM: Arrive back at Littleton Recreation, 33 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA

    Trip Cost: $170.00

    Please note: Concord Recreation has teamed up with several other Recreation Departments in the area to offer these trips. All registrations for trips will be taken through the Littleton Recreation Department. Please visit www.littletonrec.com or call 978-540-2490. No registrations will be accepted through Concord Recreation.

    A reminder email will be sent prior to the trip with the final trips itinerary and details. Please also note the tentative departure and return location for this trip is the Littleton Recreation Department, located at 33 Shattuck Street in Littleton, MA. All trips are non-refundable.

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    121226 - Rhode Island Lighthouse Trip

    Rhode Island Lighthouse Cruise & Quonset O Club

    Begin with lunch at the Quonset O Club. Choose between New England Baked Scrod or Chicken Cutlet with Lemon. Served with a Mixed Greens Salad with House Italian Dressing, Garlic Mashed Redskin Potatoes, Sautee Green Beans, Strawberry Shortcake for dessert with Coffee/Tea.

    Then take a narrated cruise past 10 Rhode Island Lighthouses in Narragansett Bay along with a complete Newport Harbor Tour. This 30-mile cruise also takes you past 10 beautiful islands, under the breathtaking Jamestown & Newport Bridges, past mansions, historic Fort Adams and many other famous Rhode Island sights. Whether you live in Rhode Island or are here on vacation, Rhode Island Bay Cruises will provide you and your guests with the best way to see Narragansett Bay! There is no other sightseeing cruise like it in New England!

    Itinerary for Saturday, June 15th:
    8:30 AM: Depart from Littleton Recreation, 33 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA
    10:30 AM: Arrive at Quonset O Club - 200 Lt. James Brown Rd. - Kingstown, RI
    Lunch is served
    12:15 PM: Depart Restaurant
    12:30 PM: Arrive at Rhode Island Bay Cruises - 1347 Roger Williams Way – North Kingstown, RI
    1:00 PM: Boat departs
    2:35 PM: Boat returns
    2:45 PM: Depart for Littleton
    4:40 PM: Arrive back at Littleton Recreation, 33 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA

    Restaurant: http://www.quonsetoclub.com/default.html

    Trip Cost: $110.00

    Please note: Concord Recreation has teamed up with several other Recreation Departments in the area to offer these trips. All registrations for trips will be taken through the Littleton Recreation Department. Please visit www.littletonrec.com or call 978-540-2490. No registrations will be accepted through Concord Recreation.

    A reminder email will be sent prior to the trip with the final trips itinerary and details. Please also note the tentative departure and return location for this trip is the Littleton Recreation Department, located at 33 Shattuck Street in Littleton, MA. All trips are non-refundable.

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    221203 - Foster's Downeast Clambake

    Foster's Downeast Clambake

    A fun dining experience like no other! Their traditional Foster’s Downeast Clambake is served with award-winning New England Clam Chowder, Freshly Dug Maine Clams, Cultivated Mussels, Succulent Maine Lobster, Sweet Corn on the Cob, Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes & Onions, Rolls & Butter, Hot Drawn Butter, Blueberry Crumb Cake, Ice Tea & Lemonade, and Coffee & Tea.

    Then make a photo stop at Cape Neddick “Nubble” Lighthouse, considered to be the "most photographed" lighthouse. This 41-foot conical tower sits on the summit of Cape Neddick Bubble, a small offshore rocky islet, looking proudly over the Atlantic.

    End the day with a stop at Goldenrod – homemade ice cream & saltwater taffy & Stonewall Kitchen. The store features their entire line of specialty foods plus useful kitchen gadgets, cookware, tableware and home décor.

    Itinerary for Thursday, July 25th:
    10:00 AM: Depart from Littleton Recreation, 33 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA
    11:30 AM: Arrive Fosters Clambake
    12:00 NOON: Lunch served
    1:30 PM: Depart Fosters
    Stop at Nubble Lighthouse
    Stop at Golden Rod
    Stop at StoneWall Kitchen
    3:00 PM: Depart for Littleton Recreation
    4:00 PM: Arrive back to Littleton Recreation, 33 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA (Approximate return time)

    Trip Cost: $87.00

    Please note: Concord Recreation has teamed up with several other Recreation Departments in the area to offer these trips. All registrations for trips will be taken through the Littleton Recreation Department. Please visit www.littletonrec.com or call 978-540-2490. No registrations will be accepted through Concord Recreation.

    A reminder email will be sent prior to the trip with the final trips itinerary and details. Please also note the tentative departure and return location for this trip is the Littleton Recreation Department, located at 33 Shattuck Street in Littleton, MA. All trips are non-refundable.

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