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Get to Know the 19-Year Old Stars of “Tarzan”

Posted on: July 28th, 2014 by Karen Hendricks

One More Weekend of Upcoming Performances: August 1-3 at the Eichelberger 

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Dakota Haines, 19, of York, stars in Acts of Kindness Theatre Company’s summer production, Tarzan the Stage Musical, coming to Hanover’s Eichelberger Theatre, 195 Stock Street, for a second weekend on August 1, 2, and 3. The show is based upon the beloved character in Disney’s 1999 film and Edgar Rice Burrough’s classic book Tarzan of the Apes.

Tarzan and Jane, played by Dakota Haines of York and Zoe Wildasin of Hanover lead an impressive regional cast assembled for Tarzan® the Stage Musical, the featured 2014 summer production by Acts of Kindness (AOK) Theatre Company with proceeds funneled directly back into the community via non-profit donations.

Performances are slated for Hanover’s Eichelberger Performing Arts Center on July 25, 26 and 27; and August 1, 2, and 3. Acts of Kindness Director Rene Staub says Tarzan fits the bill as the perfect show to celebrate the theatre company’s 10th anniversary show. “It’s a classic story, but the musical is done in a unique way. The show will make kids in the audience laugh, but adults will laugh at things that are over the kids’ heads. Disney does a great job with that—there’s something for everyone in this show.”

Heading up the 40-plus-member cast is York’s 19-year old Dakota Haines as Tarzan. Haines, a 2013 graduate of Dallastown Area High School, is a sophomore at Penn State University who will be auditioning for the school’s prestigious musical theatre program in the fall.

“Tarzan is a challenging role, but also a lot of fun,” Haines says. “To be acting very ridiculous and ape-like on stage and still have family, friends and the local community come out to support me… it’s very endearing,” he laughs.

Haines says music has always been a part of his life, nurtured by experiences with concert and symphonic band, as well as marching with the drum line, singing with York County Junior and Senior Honors Choir, and snagging leading roles in Dallastown High School’s musicals such as Legally Blonde and Hairspray. He is currently a member of an a cappella group as well as the acclaimed Blue Band at Penn State.

Tarzan is Haines’ first performance with AOK Theatre Company, unlike his co-star Zoe Wildasin, also 19, whose role as Jane marks her ninth consecutive summer show with AOK. She lists Titanic, CATS and Hairspray as some of her favorite past shows with AOK. But playing the role of Jane in Tarzan offers Wildasin the opportunity to show AOK’s audience how she has matured over the years.

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Hanover’s Zoe Wildasin, 19, plays the role of Jane in Acts of Kindness Theatre Company’s summer production, Tarzan the Stage Musical, coming to Hanover’s Eichelberger Theatre, 195 Stock Street, for a second weekend, August 1, 2, and 3. The Spring Grove graduate is marking her ninth summer production with AOK.

“It’s a fun part because Jane is very mature,” Wildasin explains. “But at the same time, she’s also inquisitive which makes her youthful.”

A 2013 graduate of Spring Grove High School, Wildasin is currently a sophomore at Chicago’s DePaul University, majoring in public relations/advertising with a minor in theatre studies. She says being involved in nine of the ten past AOK productions gives her a unique perspective.

“Everyone involved in the show is a volunteer,” she says. “It’s a great group of people giving a lot of hard work and time. But from the audience’s perspective, it looks like a professional company and every year there’s a greater quality to the show. People expect more from us every year, and hopefully this year with Tarzan we’ll deliver again.”

Background:

Based upon Edgar Rice Burrough’s book Tarzan of the Apes and the 1999 smash-hit Disney animated film, Tarzan tells the story of an infant boy orphaned on the shores of West Africa. Taken in and raised by a tribe of gorillas, the young boy strives for acceptance by his ape father while grappling with his uniqueness. When a human expedition enters their territory, Tarzan—now a man—encounters strangers like himself for the first time.

Proceeds:

Tarzan proceeds benefit Addy’s Team (Cystic Fibrosis), as well as the non-profit Adams County Arts Council, whose mission is to cultivate an arts-rich community. Executive Director Chris Glatfelter says proceeds from AOK’s summer shows are some of the largest contributions the arts council receives annually.

Tickets:

Contact the Eichelberger Box Office, 195 Stock Street, Hanover, Monday-Friday, 10 am-2 pm, or online anytime at www.theeich.org, or by calling the box office at 717-637-7086. Advance tickets are $12 for students/children and $16 for adults. Premium seating is also available for $19. On performance days, ticket prices are $2 more. A group rate of $12 per ticket applies to groups of 15 or more attending the same performance.

For more information: See www.aoktheatre.com.

 

Adventures in Abstract Art

Posted on: July 22nd, 2014 by Lisa Cadigan

Robyn Warren - DaveLisa VinoOpportunities for adventure are endless with abstract art.  Whether you claim to “like it” or not, abstract art invites an audience to participate in the creative process.  Because the pieces often do not represent identifiable objects, viewers are taken on an adventure of the senses, drawing on individual experiences and emotions: Does that shade of purple evoke the soft color and smell of flowers in your grandmother’s garden?  Do those undulating blues remind you of a trip to the beach with a long-lost love, making you melancholy? Or do they remind you of a vacation you took last week with a new love, evoking a sensation of bursting happiness?  Whatever you are feeling, the person standing next to you may be simultaneously on a different, but equally relevant emotional adventure.

This phenomenon only allows the adventure to continue.  Once we have processed our own feelings about a piece, we can discuss our impressions and feelings with a friend… or a stranger.  Will you bond over the experience of the piece with the person next to you, or will you engage in a debate, so moved are you by the feelings that no other interpretation seems possible?

Continuing the adventure still, we can imagine the motives of the artists who created the pieces.  Is Arlyn Pettingell’s “Night Ocean” a peaceful sea or a harrowing one? Is there a storm threatening a lovely sky, or are the soft yellows and pinks glimmers of the calm that follows the storm?Pettingell

If you would like to find out, join us for the ACAC’s Abstract Show adventure, which peaks on Friday, August 1 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. with a First Friday reception at the Adams County Arts Council’s Education Center, 125 South Washington Street, Gettysburg, PA, and will continue throughout the month of August.  The show offers a diverse range of style and subject matter in a variety of media, including paintings, photography, sculpture, and mixed media.  Artists will be in attendance at the reception to discuss their work, and all pieces are for sale.

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AOK’s 10th Anniversary Show, TARZAN, “Flies” to New Heights

Posted on: July 21st, 2014 by Karen Hendricks

Acts of Kindness Theatre Company Returns July 25-27; August 1- 3              

Special effects, acrobatics and even flying stunts, are being perfected in the days leading up to performances of Tarzan® the Stage Musical, the featured 2014 summer production by Acts of Kindness (AOK) Theatre Company, presenting regional talent ranging in age from 6-60+ and benefitting the non-profit Adams County Arts Council.

Performances are slated for Hanover’s Eichelberger Performing Arts Center on July 25, 26 and 27; and August 1, 2, and 3. AOK Director Rene Staub says Tarzan, the company’s banner 10th anniversary show, is sure to dazzle audiences with its innovative choreography.

“Acrobatics and dancing are central to the story of Tarzan,” Staub explains. “It’s a primal body language that’s very organic. The cast’s movements are very believable—(choreographer) Dawn Glass has done a great job with that.”

Glass, Artistic Director at Gettysburg’s Vibe Performing Arts Studio, says a total of 15 cast members will be “flying” during the performances.

“We are working with one of the biggest flying companies in the U.S. to install the rigging and train us. They ‘fly’ people in LA, in movies, and they tell us that what we’re doing in Tarzan right here in Hanover is typically done in the Broadway show,” according to Glass.

“Different apparatus will help the actors fly, flip and jump out of trees,” she explains. “Some are cables installed straight down from the ceiling, while some are like bungees with someone in the wings doing the controlling. There will also be three pendulums with movement like grandfather clock pendulums, so that Tarzan and the dancers can swing from vine to vine. Everything is completely customized to each of our actors’ and dancers’ height and weight.”

Simple movements on stage are actually anything but simple—the cast has spent weeks researching and practicing the movement of apes. “We have studied everything from Zoo Life videos to Planet of the Apes and YouTube videos,” Glass says. “It’s been amazing to watch the cast transform—their movements look so natural now. Audiences are going to forget there are actually humans inside the costumes.”

Dakota Haines, 19, of York, playing the lead role of Tarzan, works on ape-like movements on stage with Donovan Yaukey of Shippensburg, who plays “young Tarzan,” in this summer’s Acts of Kindness Theatre Company’s Tarzan the Stage Musical

Dakota Haines, 19, of York, playing the lead role of Tarzan, works on ape-like movements on stage with Donovan Yaukey of Shippensburg, who plays “young Tarzan,” in this summer’s Acts of Kindness Theatre Company’s Tarzan the Stage Musical

This 10th anniversary show is also musically challenging. “The orchestra features 12 local musicians,” according to musical director Brian Buterbaugh. “However, the complex African beats require us to have five drummers, instead of two as we normally have.”

“Musical highlights certainly include Phil Collins’ Grammy Award-winning song ‘You’ll Be in My Heart’ which everyone will recognize and is beautifully orchestrated,” says Buterbaugh. “There are several big chorus numbers with everyone on stage, spectacles for both the eyes and ears.”

Background:

Based upon Edgar Rice Burrough’s book Tarzan of the Apes and the 1999 smash-hit Disney animated film, Tarzan tells the story of an infant boy orphaned on the shores of West Africa. Taken in and raised by a tribe of gorillas, the young boy strives for acceptance by his ape father while grappling with his uniqueness. When a human expedition enters their territory, Tarzan—now a man—encounters strangers like himself for the first time.

Starring:

Heading up the 40-plus-member cast is York’s 19-year old Dakota Haines as Tarzan and Hanover’s 19-year old Zoe Wildasin as Jane. Haines, a graduate of Dallastown Area High School, is currently a student at Penn State University; Wildasin is a graduate of Spring Grove Area High School who attends Chicago’s DePaul University.

Proceeds:

Tarzan proceeds benefit Addy’s Team (Cystic Fibrosis), as well as the non-profit Adams County Arts Council, whose mission is to cultivate an arts-rich community. Executive Director Chris Glatfelter says proceeds from AOK’s summer shows are some of the largest contributions the arts council receives annually.

Tickets:

Contact the Eichelberger Box Office, 195 Stock Street, Hanover, Monday-Friday, 10 am-2 pm, or online anytime at www.theeich.org, or by calling the box office at 717-637-7086. Advance tickets are $12 for students/children and $16 for adults. Premium seating is also available for $19. On performance days, ticket prices are $2 more. A group rate of $12 per ticket applies to groups of 15 or more attending the same performance.

For a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the show, click here for our Facebook photo album!

Acrobatic “Tarzan the Stage Musical” Swings into Eichelberger Theatre

Posted on: July 10th, 2014 by Karen Hendricks

Performances Slated for July 25, 26, 27; August 1, 2, 3 

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Described as “acrobatic, innovative, entertaining and family-oriented,” Tarzan® the Stage Musical is the featured 2014 summer production by Acts of Kindness (AOK) Theatre Company, presenting regional talent ranging in age from 6-60+ and benefitting the non-profit Adams County Arts Council.

Performances are slated for Hanover’s Eichelberger Performing Arts Center on July 25, 26 and 27; and August 1, 2, and 3. Rene Staub returns as show director; his wife Jessica Staub returns production coordinator. Together, the pair heads up Acts of Kindness Theatre Company, which formed ten years ago in order to present a quality summer production that would also give back to regional nonprofit organizations such as the arts council.

“For the 10th anniversary show, we were looking for something celebratory and family-oriented from Disney,” explains Rene Staub. “Since Tarzan is a fairly new release to community theatre, it allows us to offer something fresh and extremely innovative to the area audience.”

“The story of Tarzan will pull at the audience’s heartstrings, and the show overall will dazzle them—through effects, acrobatics—with cast members swinging from vine to vine, innovative dancing, beautifully lush sets, and moving music by Phil Collins including the Grammy Award-winning song ‘You’ll Be in My Heart.’ It’s going to be a full experience.”

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(Click here for “You’ll Be in My Heart” on YouTube)

Based upon Edgar Rice Burrough’s book Tarzan of the Apes and the 1999 smash-hit Disney animated film, Tarzan tells the story of an infant boy orphaned on the shores of West Africa. Taken in and raised by a tribe of gorillas, the young boy strives for acceptance by his ape father while grappling with his uniqueness. When a human expedition enters their territory, Tarzan—now a man—encounters strangers like himself for the first time.

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Dakota Haines, 19, of York, stars in Acts of Kindness Theatre Company’s summer production, Tarzan the Stage Musical.

Heading up the 40-plus-member cast is York’s 19-year old Dakota Haines as Tarzan. Haines, a graduate of Dallastown Area High School, is currently a student at Penn State University. Dawn Glass of Gettysburg’s Vibe Performing Arts Studio is show choreographer.

The producers are quick to point out that it takes talent of all ages to create a successful production. “I think some of the most valuable performing experiences occur when kids, teens and adults perform side by side,” says Jessica Staub. “That happens on stage, as well as backstage and in our orchestra. It’s truly a team effort.”

AOK’s productions typically attract an audience ranging between 2,500 and 4,000 over the two weekend-run. Organizers project Tarzan will be on the high end of that range due to two main factors—Tarzan’s wide appeal, and a switch to the professional grade venue, Hanover’s Eichelberger Performing Arts Center. Previous shows were held at New Oxford High School, and while organizers continue to enjoy a wonderful relationship with the school, the district’s decreased summer staffing would not support AOK’s 2014 show.

Tarzan proceeds benefit the non-profit ACAC, whose mission is to cultivate an arts-rich community. Executive Director Chris Glatfelter says proceeds from AOK’s summer shows are some of the largest contributions the arts council receives annually.

“Grateful does not even begin to describe how we, as a staff and board, feel every year when we partner with Acts of Kindness Theatre Company,” Glatfelter says. “Vital arts education faces severe cuts in our public schools, and we strive to fill this gap by offering quality arts instruction, bringing enriching arts performances to public schools and the community, and instilling an appreciation for the arts among audiences of all ages. It is a challenge, especially economically, but with generous support such as that from AOK, we continue to meet our mission.”

Tickets to Tarzan can be obtained through the Eichelberger Box Office, 195 Stock Street, Hanover, Monday-Friday, 10 am-2 pm, or online anytime at www.theeich.org, or by calling the box office at 717-637-7086. Advance tickets are $12 for students/children and $16 for adults. Premium seating is also available for $19. On performance days, ticket prices are $2 more. A group rate of $12 per ticket applies to groups of 15 or more attending the same performance.

Hope to see you at the show! 

 

Artist Spotlight: Ted Scarpino

Posted on: July 8th, 2014 by Karen Hendricks
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Ted Scarpino proudly wears a shirt given to him by his granddaughter

Ted Scarpino: Evolving from Photography to iPhoneography (originally published by Handmade in PA, blog of the PA Guild of Craftsmen)

Photography, at its very core, is a merging of art and science. And you could say that photographer Ted Scarpino was truly born into both fields, since his mother was an art teacher and his father taught science. The family’s home even included a dark room in the basement.

While science and technology drew him to a career as an electrical engineer, Scarpino also dabbled in photography his entire life. In his native New York state, he developed a thriving wedding photography business on the side, was active in several camera clubs, and earned accolades in photo competitions with the Professional Photographers of America. All the while, he grew and adjusted to technology—embracing the switch to digital photography and applying new techniques to his photos via Photoshop.

“Along the Lake,” taken in 2007 in the Adirondacks. This photo was accepted into the PPA’s permanent loan collection.

“Along the Lake,” taken in 2007 in the Adirondacks. This photo was accepted into the PPA’s permanent loan collection.

“Rolling Hills,” another Scarpino photo accepted into the PPA’s loan collection, was taken from a hot air balloon. This photo was also juried into the prestigious “Art of the State” exhibit, Harrisburg.

“Rolling Hills,” another Scarpino photo accepted into the PPA’s loan collection, was taken from a hot air balloon. This photo was also juried into the prestigious “Art of the State” exhibit, Harrisburg.

Today, enjoying retirement and relocated to Gettysburg, PA, Scarpino continues to explore the balance of science and art known as photography, but through a new lens—the iPhone. “Three years ago, I got my first iPhone. It’s exciting to be able to find places to eat, to use maps and many other features right at my fingertips,” he explains, “But the thing I was the most excited about was the camera.”

“You can’t go anywhere today—New York City, DC, even the Gettysburg Battlefield, without seeing people taking pictures with their phones.”

“iPhoneography” has kept this veteran photography on his toes. Scarpino is intrigued by the accessories and apps that make quality photos possible with a phone so unbelievably small that it fits into his pocket. Although some photographers feel threatened by, or look down upon iPhoneography, Scarpino has a different view. “I think (iPhones) could actually be making photography more accessible. There are so many artistic uses of the iPhone… it’s certainly given photography a new language. There’s a powerful computer in every camera and is a great merging of the two fields—art and science.”

“Arrival of the Prophet – Union Station, Chicago.” Scarpino says this is “personally one of my favorite images of all time.” Taken with an iPhone using the Hipstamatic app, Salvador lens.

“Arrival of the Prophet – Union Station, Chicago.” Scarpino says this is “personally one of my favorite images of all time.” Taken with an iPhone using the Hipstamatic app, Salvador lens.

The panoramic “Rainbow over Orchard Road,” captures a chance encounter Scarpino had with a rainbow while walking his dog. His iPhone was the only camera he had with him–thank goodness!

The panoramic “Rainbow over Orchard Road,” captures a chance encounter Scarpino had with a rainbow while walking his dog. His iPhone was the only camera he had with him–thank goodness!

Scarpino regularly shares his knowledge of iPhoneography via classes at the Adams County Arts Council located in Gettysburg. His iPhoneography classes are aimed at helping participants “discover how to maximize a smart phone’s photographic potential.”

His photography work is exhibited and for sale at Gallery 30, Gettysburg, and Scarpino enjoys entering juried art exhibits such as the Adams County Arts Council’s Juried Art Exhibition and the Art of the State at Harrisburg’s State Museum of Pennsylvania. In 2010, his piece “Rolling Hills” was juried into the Art of the State exhibit, about 40 years after his mother had a fused glass piece accepted into this pinnacle of Pennsylvania exhibits. Still following in both his mother and father’s footsteps…

To contact Ted Scarpino: 717-677-4192

“And the Water Whispers to Me,” aptly titled by Scarpino’s sister. Standing on a bridge overlooking the Susquehanna in Cooperstown, NY, Scarpino captured this shot of the very last man in a canoe race. “He was wearing a red hat, with a beautiful wake behind him, with the tree branches as a frame.”

“And the Water Whispers to Me,” aptly titled by Scarpino’s sister. Standing on a bridge overlooking the Susquehanna in Cooperstown, NY, Scarpino captured this shot of the very last man in a canoe race. “He was wearing a red hat, with a beautiful wake behind him, with the tree branches as a frame.”

 

“Red Barn on Yellow Hill,” an Adams County landscape. Scarpino says he finds orchards and farmlands fascinating in every season, especially when straight lines are found on rolling hills.

“Red Barn on Yellow Hill,” an Adams County landscape. Scarpino says he finds orchards and farmlands fascinating in every season, especially when straight lines are found on rolling hills.

 

 

 

Beat the “Dog Days of Summer” with an Art Camp for Kids

Posted on: July 2nd, 2014 by Karen Hendricks
Image courtesy of Gualberto107 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Image courtesy of Gualberto107 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

“The Dog Days of Summer”—approximately July 3 through August 11—is known as the hottest, most uncomfortable period of summer. This sultry, humid time period is named for the movement of Sirius, the dog star, as it aligns with the sun in the summer night sky.

Parents usually know when the Dog Days of Summer hit too… it’s the same time period when the phrase “I’m bored” starts to strike their households. But thankfully the ACAC has a full lineup of summer boredom-busting arts camps to help families survive the Dog Days of Summer—and beyond!

Here are a few highlights:

Ballerinas & Bears Returns, (ages 3-5), July 7-11, 9:00-11:00 am    

If you’re a beginner ballerina or dancer, this fun-filled class is for you and if you’re returning for a second time, new music and moves provided!  You’ll learn the elements of ballet and creative movement, wear your favorite costumes, and we’ll have a dancing teddy bear party and performance at the end of the week.  Elizabeth Spicer $90 (member $83) Ballerina& Bears Returns Registration

Hungry, Hungry Caterpillar, (ages 6-8), July 7-11, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Love the colorful collages Eric Carle uses to illustrate his picture books?  Learn to paint, cut, & assemble paper to make stunning collages of your own!  Then you’ll illustrate your own book.  Create something new every day and assemble your book at the end of the week to share at our Arty Party! Dawn Magee $155 (member $145) Hungry, Hungry Registration

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Project Runway:  Time Travel Fashion, (ages 10-14), July 7-11, 1:00-4:00 pm 

Explore the fascinating evolution of women’s fashion.  Each day you’ll create a fun fashion object from a different period in history using fabric, found objects, embellishments – and your imagination!  Our journey through fashion will begin with the Victorian Era and travel to the present day.  You’ll create a decorative fan, a flapper’s headband, a wrap, and together the group will design a piece inspired by a famous woman!  End the week with a fashion show featuring your own handmade creations!  Debbie Westmoreland $155 (member $145) Project Runway Registration

Fun with Weaving, (ages 9-11) – July 14-18, 9:00-12:00 noon    (max. 10 students)

Weaving is really fun and easy to do!  Begin your weaving experiences by using simple, inexpensive looms and materials.  Learn basic weaving techniques, designs and patterning with a variety of colored and textured yarns to create your own unique woven treasures.  Joh Ricci  $155 (member $145) Fun with Weaving Registration

Building 3D (ages 11-14), July 14-18, 10:00 am-1:00 pm

What’s 3D?  3D is art that’s not flat.  If you love working with your hands, here’s your opportunity to be a sculptor!  Construct a 3D sculpture using clay that’s carved and ready to hang on a wall.  Make a clay box, a wire sculpture influenced by a Calder mobile or a sculpture of your choosing exploring various media.  The materials are yours to shape.   Sally Becker $155 (members $145) Building 3D Registration

Sweet Treat Baking & Edible Art, (ages 9-14), July 14-18, 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. (Max of 10 students)

Experience just how creative baking and decorating desserts can be!  You’ll learn a variety of tricks for expressing your creativity in the kitchen – like drawing chocolate flowers when decorating a cake, making and decorating small fondant cakes, building a planter out of an ice cream cone – even making sculptures with chocolate and candy clay.  Yummy fun!   Lori Nelson  $155 (member $145) Sweet Treat Registration

Image courtesy of zole4 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Image courtesy of zole4 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Super Heroes Comic Book Camp!  (ages 8-11) July 21-25, 9:00-12:00 p.m.

Create your own unique characters as you develop your own super heroes!  Learn how to develop the dynamics of the face, the art of exaggeration and body construction.  Create your own costume designs as well as simple perspectives to create a cityscape.  This camp is great for artists who’d like to develop their drawing skills while using their imagination. Stanley Gilmore  $155 (members $150) Super Heros Registration

Express Yourself Through Impressionist Art! (ages 8-11) July 21-25, 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Learn about famous Impressionist artists and this fascinating art movement.  Practice pointillism like Seurat.  Experiment with pastels like Degas.  Create fun Matisse-inspired collages using mixed media.  Paint like artists Monet and Cezanne.  Gather a deeper understanding of this magical Paris-based art movement while uncovering your own artistic talents. Melissa Jackson  $155 (member $145) Impressionist Registration

Cooking Extravaganza! (ages 10-14) July 21-25, 9:00-12:00 noon

Do you love food?  Spend a week with us crafting delectable recipes that are tasty, nutritious and fun to make! You’ll make banana berry smoothies, fresh salsa, tostadas and pitas with the fixings, tuna mac and cheese, and lasagna roll-ups for yourself, friends, and family!  Get cooking tips from an experienced instructor while learning all about the equipment, utensils and   kitchen safety! Linda Fauth  $158 (members $148) Cooking Extravaganza Registration

Fun Behind the Lens! (ages 11 & Up), July 28-August 1 , 1:00-4:00 p.m. 

Do you love to look at life through a camera lens?  This camp is for you!  You’ll learn everything you need to know to take great photos, experiment with composition and expand the boundaries of your camera by using still subjects and class members as models.  Create and print your favorite shots from the week as well as an 11” by 14” collage of favorite images taken by the class.  Remember to bring your camera to class! Bert Danielson  $150 (members $140) Fun Behind the Lens!  Registration

 

 

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