Tag Archives: Virtual Event

Word Up: Summer Storytime / Cuentos de Verano

ENGLISH BELOW

La hora de cuentos de los sábados de Word Up se realiza a una nueva hora este verano – y es toda virtual! Únanse a Mariel Escalante y a Jerise Fogel para cuentos, música y más, en inglés y español.

Registrándose una vez tendrán acceso a todas las sesiones de hora de cuentos de verano:
Sábados: Julio 11, 18, 25 y agosto 1, 8 y 15 a las 4:30 pm EST.

Registrarse en zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwuf-2uqj8uHN1BgvpLlO8TYZyKXevjBfIq

Word Up’s Saturday story time is at a new time for the summer—and all virtual! Join Mariel Escalante and Jerise Fogel for stories, music, and more, in English and Spanish.

Registering once will give you access to all Summer Storytime sessions:
Saturdays on July 11, July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8, August 15—all at 4:30pm EST.

Register on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwuf-2uqj8uHN1BgvpLlO8TYZyKXevjBfIq

Summer in the Cloud

A digital summer of adventure will take place on July 6 – August 21 for kids ages 5 – 12!

Summer in the Cloud is designed for working parents in mind, giving campers opportunities for growth, independence, and lots of fun!

Some of the electives may include cooking, songwriting, theater, dance, fitness, digital comic design, media production, website design, video game composition, American Sign Language, and more!

More Information:
https://www.summerinthecloud.org/

Summer in the Cloud

A digital summer of adventure will take place on July 6 – August 21 for kids ages 5 – 12!

Summer in the Cloud is designed for working parents in mind, giving campers opportunities for growth, independence, and lots of fun!

Some of the electives may include cooking, songwriting, theater, dance, fitness, digital comic design, media production, website design, video game composition, American Sign Language, and more!

More Information:
https://www.summerinthecloud.org/

Lost Inwood Video Vault: This is Inwood

A brief history of Inwood, Manhattan from the end of the ice ages to the present. The story includes: end of the ice ages, the Lenape culture, New Amsterdam, early uptown settlers, an uptown burial ground for the enslaved, the American Revolution in Inwood, the establishment of the Hamilton Free School at Broadway near 189th Street, early “commuters” and their lavish homes atop Inwood Hill, late 19th century institutions for tuberculosis patients, drug addicts and fallen women, arrival of the subway and the neighborhood’s transformation from rural to urban, the Dyckman Oval sports stadium, immigration, and the hopes and concerns of the diverse population.

Videos to premiere on IAW Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube at 7pm, and be available for viewing after.  Videos created by Don Rice. Lost Inwood is a collaboration between Don Rice and Cole Thompson.