Events for July 11, 2019
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Designed for preschool kiddos and a caregiver, this STEAM-themed story time with Ms. Alison includes a dynamic story highlighting a Science/Technology/Engineering/Art/Math theme followed by a hands-on activity that engages little learners and grown-ups together! We'll also share strategies for exploring science and more at home.
This program has a maximum capacity of 12 children. Please register online, by phone, or in person.Find out more »
This FREE hands-on summer camp is sponsored by the Triboro Ecodistrict and presented by the Pittsburgh International Game Developers Association and Global Game Jam Next.
For one week, 10 middle and high school students will gather to get their game on. Youth across the globe will be learning and making their own games through GGJ NEXT during the month of July. Triboro youth will power up over lunch-and-learns with Pittsburgh International Game Design Association and other community professionals in the know. On the final day of the intensive, participants will showcase their playable games that create community conversations leading to greater health and happiness.Teens (age 12-18) will evaluate what makes the games they play so good, then dive into storytelling, perspective, graphics, mechanics, sound, and the interconnectedness of designing games. Youth will be coached by local game design professionals while participating in Global Game Jam Next. GGJ Next will connect local teens to a network of creators around the globe!
This is an intensive camp that meets on 5 consecutive days (M-F) for 4 hours per day. Participants are expected to attend all 5 days. Daily lunch will be provided. Registration for this program is online at bit.ly/TriboroVGDI. Preference is given to students in the Triboro: Sharpsburg, Millvale, and Etna. Students who attend schools in the Fox Chapel Area School District and Shaler Area School District are also welcome to apply.Find out more »
This weekly meditation series is designed for beginners. Our guide is a Buddhist monk, but the meditation techniques taught are secular and are appropriate for all adults regardless of beliefs or religious affiliations. Free of charge and no registration necessary. Some seating is on the floor or hard chairs so feel free to bring a cushion.Find out more »