Homeschool Skiing at Titus

It's getting to be that time of year again!  I have received the homeschool skiing forms from Titus Mountain.  We will be skiing Friday's 9:30am-4pm starting January 13th- February 10th.

This year pricing is as follows:

Lift, Lesson, & Rentals** $150 (student)/ $300 (adult)
Lift & Lesson  $100 (student)/ $175 (adult)
Lesson & Rental $100 (student)/$175 (adult)
Lesson Only $50 (both student & adult)

**Rentals included boots & skis (or snowboard)

Titus asked me to remind parents of proper attire: layers, hat/helmet, mittens/gloves and no jeans. Jeans tend to soak in water making a skier/snowboarder cold and wet 😊

Please email me for forms and with any questions!  Also, please feel free to pass the information to anyone who is interested in joining us!  The more the merrier 😊.  Forms and payment will be due December 10th.

Thanks and have a wonderful Fall!

Dawn-Marie Hall

Alice T. Miner Museum lecture 'History Lost and Found"

Greetings:
November 10th at 7pm Adjunct professor Andrew Black will present the changes in Archaeological techniques over the years utilizing the artifacts from the Alice T. Miner museum, as well as artifacts from an 1812-1825 log cabin on the Great Chazy river for visitors to look thru and compare stories. 

From the Flyer about the event: 

SUNY Plattsburgh lecturer in anthropology Andrew

Black will discuss the Alice’s collection of archaeological

artifacts and the stories they can tell. The program will

conclude with suggestions for what to do if you find

artifacts on your property and how to identify what you

find. Free.

for more information

programs@minermuseum.org 518-846-7336

Pendragon’s Young Playwright’s Competition and Workshops

Announcing Pendragon’s Young Playwright’s Festival and Workshops!
Calling all 7th grade, 8th grade and high school aged playwrights! Playwrights across the Adirondack Park are being asked to submit original one-act plays and musicals to be adjudicated by the Pendragon team for a chance to be presented on a professional stage. The winning playwrights will work with a creative team composed of a director, dramaturg, designers, and actors to develop and stage the script. Participants should expect a vibrant discussion of the work, a full rehearsal with the artistic team, and opportunities to re-write their plays. The Festival culminates in a full performance of the winning plays and a script-in-hand public reading of the runners-up.

In order to be eligible, plays must be between 10 and 30 pages long, and can be on the subject of your choosing. Co-writing with other students is allowed. There are no fees to submit, and up to three plays per playwright/playwriting team may be submitted. Deadline for submissions is February 15. Pendragon will contact the winning playwrights in March, and the plays will be performed on May 6, 2016.

Attention Teachers! Pendragon is offering  free play writing workshops for your students to help them get started and stay on track. Taught by author Fred Balzac at Pendragon on November 12December 3 and Jan. 8

Contact Leslie at leslie@pendragontheatre.org if interested and for more information.