Wearable Arts Program
Join us as we kick off the Hub's 2010 Summer offerings with a 4 week program creating our way into t...
Hub Summer 2010 Brochure
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'The Hub' is a space which offers all homeschoolers and unschoolers the opportunity to participate in a range of activities specifically created for the home education community. 'The Hub' is run by a group of home educating families, partnered with various facilitators to provide learning experiences which enhance and extend what is already provided at home. By providing opportunities to home educating families to participate in activities they might not usually have access to and that they may wish to do in a group setting, we hope to make 'The Hub' a vibrant resource for the home educating community in the Blue Mountains.

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Hub Summer 2010 Brochure

  1. 1. Wearable Arts Program Join us as we kick off the Hub's 2010 Summer offerings with a 4 week program creating our way into the world of wearable arts. Based on feedback from the kids we'll be tie dying, fabric painting/drawing, and embelleshing bags, shirts and whatever else inspires. Our facilitator Bev Webster is a local artist with extensive experience working with both children and adults in the community on a wide variety of art projects. When booking into the course be sure to list your childs t-shirt size as a t-shirt and bag are included in the workshop cost. Additionally please bring 1 or 2 (max) extra items of your childs choice (100% cotton) to turn into a unique masterpiece. Suggestions for items include a cotton hat, a sarong piece of material, plain cotton pants or skirt, a flanelette pillowcase. Dates: 2nd February until 23rd February Times: Tuesdays 10.30-12.30 Location: Mid Mountains Community Centre Cost: $52 (HEA members) / $56(non-HEA members) per child DUE 19th January Further information: contact us at info@bmlearninghub.org Bounce, climb and slide Come have a day out with other homeschoolers from the Greater Blue Mountains region and beyond. An opportunity to create and nurture friendships whilst enjoying all or some of the activities on offer at the Lollipops Playland such as climbing frames, slides, ball pits, bouncing castles, Teacups merry-go-round, Make Believe Shops, Air Hockey, foosball and PC games for different ages. Cafe food is available, and Lollipops have waived the restriction on bringing in food for Hub families, so feel free to bring your own snacks or lunch if you prefer. There is no payment needed to the Hub for this event, only a booking. Simply mention at the Lollipops counter that you are with the Home Schooling group and pay directly. 1 day event on 2nd March Tuesday 10:30 - till you want to leave At Lollipops Playland Penrith 233 Mulgoa Road, Penrith Phone No. 4721 8555 www.penrith.lollipopsplayland.com.au Introduction to local Aboriginal culture through the arts In collaboration with the Blue Mountains Aboriginal Culture and Resource Centre Join us as we explore local Aboriginal culture through storytelling, visual arts and dance, in our first in a series of Aboriginal Cultural programs at The Hub.This three week program will open with story telling from Aunty Carol Cooper, a much respected Darug and Gundungurra Elder. Week two will be facilitated by Karen Maber, a Darug visual artist who has exhibited work and taught workshops throughout the Blue Mountains and Western Sydney. Week three will be an Aboriginal dance session facilitated by Jo Clancy, a contemporary Indigenous choreographer/dancer whose work has been performed throughout Australia including Arnhem Land, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and the Torres Strait Islands. Dates: 9th March until 23rd March Times: Tuesdays 10.30-12.30 Location: Mid Mountains Community Centre Cost: $48 (HEA members) / $52 (non-HEA members) per child DUE 19th January Further information: contact us at info@bmlearninghub.org Friendship, treasure and craft In the spirit of supporting the variety of friendships fostered at the Hub let's get together at Gloria Park for a fun day of treasure hunts, face painting and some easter craft with traditional egg dying - bring your own hard boiled eggs and join in trying out all the ways to dye your egg. Bring your lunch and a blanket and spend the day at the park. Date: Tuesday 30th March Times: 10:30 start Location: Gloria Park Hazelbrook Cost: $12 DUE 19th January Further information: contact us at info@bmlearninghub.org Formal sessions at The Hub run Tuesdays during term time between 10.30 & 12.30. There is the opportunity to socialise and hang out in the space which includes an outdoor area before and after the sessions. All home educating families - whether they participate in The Hub sessions or not - are invited to bring their lunch and spend some time together after the formal sessions.

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