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Patent trader. (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) 1956-current, June 22, 1972, Image 21

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PATENT TRADER Dramd workshop CHAPPAQUA - A seventh and eighth graders has been announced by the New Castle Recreation Commission and Chappaqua Drama Group. The class will be held Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to IU30 a.m. at a place to be an­ nounced. Classes will run from June 26 through August 4. Peter Clarke,'a graduate of WlUiants College and a drama teachefj at the Harvey .School, wilt conduct the workshop. Theatrical improvisation and participation in a scheduled production- will be included in the program. Fee is $20. For registration and informa­ tion, one may contact the Rec­ reation office. Lewisboro camp LEWISBORO—Town Recre­ ation Director Frank Solomita has announced that registration for the town-sponsored seven week camp program wil) take place Monday, from 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at Increase Miller, Lewisboro and Meadow Pond Elementary Schools. Each day camp will meet four times weekly at its local camp siteMthe elementary school) from 9:30 a.m, to 3 p.m. In addition, a fifth _day of able to register June 26 may do so on the firstjlay of camp. For children who live in the Iessons for chi Thursday. June 22, im ^MM trips, will be offered. All young­ sters between ages six and 14 can Join as well as those boys and girls who will enter the first grade in September. A special six week program has been set up for children who will enter kindergarten in September. This will be held at the same camp-school sites but will meet only on Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30 to noon. Basic swimming instruction will be offered to all enrolled kindergarten-age chil­ dren each Friday from Wa.m. to noon. Registration for the kindergarten camps will take place at the same time as other day camp registration. Each child enrolled in the day camps will be charged $5 to cover the cost of arts and crafts S irojects. In addition,-a $5 swim ee to a maximum of $15 per ' family will be charged children whose families have not joined the town pool. Parents who are pool members are asked to bring their pool receipt when registering. All camp programs will begin Wednesday, July 5 Those un- udihg—^ioidcng Bridge^rearregigtra* • Dorothy-Booth- The new brochure and infor­ mation may be received by con- tacting executive director Mrs. Armonk ARMONK — The summer program for pre-school chil­ dren at North Castle Library is the Ecology Summer Reading Game. Children participating in the game may start to report on books they are reading the week of June 26 Children's Li­ brarian Mrs Sylvia Saltzman will welcome registrants by telephone or at the library A film program for pre­ school children that will run eight consecutive weeks will begin July & at 10 30 a m in Ar­ monk and July 7 at 1 30 p m in North White Plains These pro­ grams are free and open to all children. A pre-school story hour is scheduled for children three and one half to five Tuesdays at 1.30 p. m in Armonk Children should be registered as soon as possible Kisco MT. KISCO — Registration for the summer reading game is taking place this week at the Mt Kisco Public Library. Chil­ dren in grades one through six are eligible for this program Brewster BREWSTER — The Friends of the Brewster Public Library are dffering a children's pro­ gram this summer given by Alice Miller. Using visual slides and ar­ tifacts, the program will cover African Tribes and their cul­ tures'. Registration will take place on July 8th, 10 a m at the Brewster Public Library Mt. Pleasant PLEASANTVILLE - Mt Pleasant Public Library at 350 Bedford Road will be the scene of a variety of activities for children during the summer months. Programs will include story hours for three year olds and four through six year olds, films for three to five year olds and grades one through six; and a reading game for grades one through six. The reading game \Cast a Ballot for Books\ begins June 26 at both the Bedford Road Modem new building* open this fall LIMITED NUMBER OF OPENINGS AT THE MELROSE SCHOOL Federal Hill Road, Brewster, N Y (5mileifremDanbury) Co«duattjonal • Kindergarten through grade 8 The Melroie School now m ilj 9lh year is a Country Day School 'or boyt and girls Founded and directed by Ihc Ep u copol Suteri of the Community of 'the Holy Spirit os a Pre school it has oxponded through grade* 8 to provide o superior non-denominational curriculum to children of varying faiths Skill and concept development in social studies science health, literature and the creative arts ar e emphasized with provision made within each class for the individual needs and interests of the children The academic program o l Melrose hat been tried and tostod a t St Hilda » and St Hugh s School lone of the largest co-od day schools in Now -York City and modified to moot the specific needs of its children on d the unique opportunities of Its c&uniry setting Moderate l ve \ for mare information call or writs the Registrar. The Melroie School federal Hill Rood, Brewster, New York (914) 279-2406 tion will be at Increase Miller Elementary School. For children in South Salem, Cross River, and Waccabuc, registration will be at the Lew­ isboro elementary school. For children in the Vista area, registration will be at the Meadow Pond elementary school. Children should register at the elementary school campsite at which they normally attend school. Art, craft courses GREENWICH - The Art Barn, an experimental center for arts and crafts on Lower Cross Road, has scheduled twe four-week sessions this summer. The first runs from June 26 to July 22, and the sec­ ond from July 24 to August 19 Classes include portraiture, still life, sculpture, weaving, oil painting, welding, plastics workshop, photography, mod­ ern dance, guitar, stained glass, ceramics and weaving Many of these classes are ar ranged for both children and adults Libraries list summer programs library and the Valhalla branch After each child reads five books, he or she moves into the Mayor's house and casts a ballot for a favorite book The Governor's mansionis the next move following reading of ten books with another ballot cast After 15 books, the young reader moves to Washington and Congress Over 20 books produces a move to the White House and the presi­ dential office .Each five books entitle the reader to another ballot cast for a favorite book. Following the conclusion of the game on Sep­ tember 1, a book list will be compiled on favorite books voted on throughout the period Hours tor registration and reading reports will be Monday through Thursday, 10 am to noon, 2 to 4 30 p m and 7 to 9 p m Fridays the hours will be 10 a m to noon and 2 to 4 30 p m There will be no reports on Saturdays Story hours for three year olds will be held Friday morn­ ings at 10 a m beginning June 30 and Fridays at 11 a.m for four to six year olds On Wed­ nesday mornings at 10 30 a m . films will be shown for three to five year olds beginning June 28 and continuing on July 12, 26, August 9 and 23. Films for grades one through six will be shown on Thursday afternoons at % p m and again at 3-30 p.m on July 6. 20, August 3, 11 and The library will be open from 9 a.m until 1 p.m. on Saturdays during the month of July, but will be closed on Saturdays during August The usual Satur­ day hours will be resumed the first Saturday after Labor Day. Books are now available at the MtrlPleasant library for \vacation loan\. Books may be kept out until September 15 if the librarian is informed The vacation loan includes most books in the library with a few exceptions; recently published books, books on reading lists and books in great demand the Art Barn gallery and gift shop is open to the public Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m Nature program OSSINING - A children's week of nature oriented experi­ ences is open to 'hose. 10, 11 and i2, at Teatown Lake Reservation between 9 am. and noon Children may choose the week of July 17 or the week of July 31 Enrollment is limited and the program will continue rain or shine 'The five day course includes plants, animals, and their relationships This is a first in the series of summer of­ ferings with nature Interested parents may phone the reserva­ tion. Teatown is located\ three miles northeast of Ossining on Spring Valley Road Kisco camp MT KISCO - Registration is taking place for Camp Iroquois at Leonard Park which is scheduled for June 26 through August 18 Among the special programs to be offered through the summer are square and folk dancing, children's' ^eatreV=^ined^nim*r—act— puppet show,' travelling zoo, ventriloquist, calypso band. Registration Is open Monday through Saturday at the Mt. Kisco Boys* Club. Cdrmel swim MAHOPAC — There are still some openings in the 1972 Summer Learn to Swim Pro­ gram given at Sycamore Park and Mahopac Waterfront starting, Saturday, according to ihe To..» of Cartel Recreation & Parks Commission. The swim lesson program is for an hour each day, Monday through Friday and continues through August It is taught by certified Red Cross Instructors This program is offered as a service to the community by the local Recreation & Parks Commission Registration is open to Town of Carmel rest- dents, age four and over and will cost 75 cents plus ID cards. Bedford tennis, pool BEDFORD VILLAGE - It wasn't a very good weekend for swimming, but the Bedford Village pool opened on schedule last Saturday and will be open on a regular basis from now on. the sixth season at Pleasant- ville Pool, has announced that his staff this year will include Those who wish \to take\ld-\ newcomers as well-as-seasoned vantage of the pool and tennis members Joe Knap, backstroker and swimming ' team coach at Hastings for two years, joins the staff as assistant director. He will direct the Pool's swim team Captain of the guards, Cathy Ivins, is another newcomer She was assistant swim coach at Katonah and a graduate of Horace Greeley High School and Marymount College. Returning as guards are Rick Fiflljames and John Brisson, former'' swim team captain. facilities must have a current park permit, tfhis may still be •obtained by applying, in person, to the Town of Bedford Recrea­ tion Department weekdays be­ tween 9.30 a.m. and 330 p.m. Identification cards are a must for anyone wanting to use the pool or tennis courts Since there are only four tennis courts and the demand for them is increasing, special regulations have been set up They are listed on a bulletin board outside the courts. Adults are to have preference after 6 p m during the week and during the day on weekends and a time limit of one hour of playing is set for periods of heavy demand Life Saving, swimming and tennis instructions and the tiny tot program will begin at Me­ morial Field on June 26. Day camp sessions will begin on* July 5 Pleasantville pool PLEASANTVILLE — Charles Howard, director for Other lifeguards aire, newcom­ ers Mary Kirschman and Keith Voshurg. s - Returning^or anotherseason as cashier is Chris\ Vosburg, Beth Howard and Pam Leary, basket room girls and John Croll and Steve Ungaro, basket room boys complete the staff. Marsha Heidepriem will su­ pervise the pool's snack bar. .Mrs. Heidepriem helped launch the services of the snack bar last season. Boys and girls interested in joining the swimming team are invited to speak to Mr. Knap or Mr. Fulljames. 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