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Current Affairs: Lessons from History-Civics on Steroids

In light of recent events in this country, Current Affairs: Lessons from History, will explore and discuss the issues and events of the day. The class will examine what happened on January sixth. Was it a demonstration gone bad, or was it an actual coup attempt? Evidence is mounting. Is it time to enforce the 14th Amendment? How will all of this affect a new administration and their efforts to contain a pandemic and govern a deeply divided country? What are our responsibilities as citizens? The class will debate the future of the Republic and apply lessons from history. It is the most serious Civic lesson this country has faced since the Civil War. The next year may determine the fate of our democracy and our place in history. It is a future this class will have to live with.

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Tomb of Annihilation (official) D&D5e

Something evil is trapping the souls of the dead and draining life from all who have been
raised from death by magic. This worldwide “death curse” not only prevents the raising
of the dead but also causes creatures that were previously raised from the dead to
wither and die. The source of this death curse lies in a trap-riddled tomb hidden beneath
a lost city in the depths of a vast jungle. Ages 11+

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Songwriting

Learn how to put together lyrics and tell stories through the ancient power of melodic hypnotism! No experience? No problem. No talent? No big deal. No self-esteem? You’ll fit right in with all the other songwriters.

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Crafting Class – InPerson

LOL Craft Class Spring 2020 – In person
$60/person plus $25/person non-refundable materials fee.
(Siblings pay $40/person for class.)
Ages: 6-9
Payment forms: cash, Venmo or PayPal.
Venmo or PayPal is HTSL500@yahoo.com.
Come and create holiday and seasonal crafts with us (we will do some non-holiday crafts too.)
We will using all sorts of materials including, but not limited to, the following:
Beads, magazines, wood, glue, card stock, markers, cloth, paper, yarn, paint, newspaper and more.
***I will be missing one class this semester, this absence has been worked into the overall price of the class.

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Crafting – Online

LOL Craft Class Spring 2020 – online
$60/person plus $25/person non-refundable materials fee.
(Siblings pay $40/person)
Ages: 6-9 (older and younger welcome)
Fridays, 10-11am.
Payment forms: cash, Venmo or PayPal.
PayPal is HTSL500@yahoo.com.
Come and create holiday and seasonal crafts with us (we will do some non-holiday crafts too.)
We will using all sorts of materials including, but not limited to, the following:
Beads, magazines, wood, glue, card stock, markers, cloth, paper, yarn, paint, newspaper and more.

**I will be passing out 2 package of materials (one at beginning of semester, another 1/2 way through). Pick up will be at park first day of in-person classes. (Or we can make other arrangements for you to pick up).
**There will be additional materials needed for the class. These are to be supplied by the parents (glue, scissors, etc.). I will get this list to you.
***I will be missing one class this semester, this absence has been worked into the overall price of the class. I will still provide a craft the kids can do.

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Continuing Japanese

Konnichi wa! Let’s continue learning Japanese together! You’ll get more comfortable reading and writing hiragana and katakana, more kanji, and learn more conversation. We’ll also explore more Japanese culture! This will be a fun, you-paced class.

Please note that you will be responsible for writing work for class each week.

Parents note: you will need to help your students to practice writing each week. This will be aided by videos.

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America – Events That Shaped the Country

From the minute the Pilgrims landed in the New World, events were set in motion. Everyone knows about the Revolutionary War, but what other events created the unique county we know as the United States? How did the US become a world power? What was the War of 1812? Manifest Destiny? How did Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty become the symbol of freedom the world over? Prohibition. The Roaring Twenties. The Dust bowl. What really happened at the Alamo – The Manhattan Project? – 9/11? And will the United States emerge as a leader in a post Covid world? We will examine the major events and some forgotten events that made us what we are.

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Alexander Hamilton

Let’s learn about Alexander Hamilton, the American Revolution, and the facts and fictions around this person and this period of history.

You will have an opportunity to see Hamilton the Musical on June 20 (cost is separate).
*There will be one week where there will be no class. The cost of the class reflects this.

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Against the Tide of the Pirate King (Original Story)

Within the area known as the Middle Islands, sits the Free Cities of Vosika, Lonia, and Somila. It is these
cities that have fallen under the gaze of the mysterious figure known simply as the Pirate King. It is the
forces of this figure that assaulted the city of Vosika and sent your crew on the run from the encroaching
armada.
It is as you are fleeing the Pirate King's Reavers that the adventure begins. Rallying from the assaults of
the Pirate King, the players must rally together the other free cities to lay siege to Vosika and regain the
city before the Pirate King's forces can regroup and move on to their next target! System: GURPS 4e Ages 11+

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Japanese for Beginners

Konnichi wa! Let’s learn Japanese together! Learn to read and write hiragana and katakana, some kanji, and learn some basic conversation. We’ll also explore Japanese culture! This will be a fun, you-paced class.

Please note that this class requires you to practice outside of class and you will be responsible for doing work for class each week.

Parents note: you will need to help your students with the writing each week. There are videos I will send links to in order to facilitate this.

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