Virtual Young Rembrandts Drawing
CARTOONS – CHARACTER CREATION DRAWING WORKSHOP
Learn the basics of cartooning and create your own characters! Each day students will learn techniques used in cartooning. Subjects like characteristics, features, exaggeration, action and personification will contribute to your child’s artistic advancement! Participants will need a pencil, eraser, paper, markers, colored pencils and a sharpie for the classes.
Dates: M – F, Jul 27 – 31
Time: 9:30 – 11:30am
Grades: 1 – 6
Min: 5; Max: 12 students
Location: Virtual Zoom (Instructor will email link)
Instructor: Live with Jane Blakeney – Young Rembrandts of Central West Jersey
For more information: www.youngrembrandts.com/centralwestjersey
BONUS! Students who have participated in past Young Rembrandts after-school and summer camp at OHES & VES and register for this virtual camp will receive a free art supply kit (mailed to homes)!
Registration is now open at: register.communitypass.net/montgomery
Our New Summer Virtual Newsletter is now available to view. Please click the photo below to view. Registration is now open!!
Montgomery Township Cancels all In-Person Summer Camps and Programs
Over the last several weeks, Montgomery officials have been considering whether our traditional in-person summer recreation camps and programs can proceed in light of the COVID-19 health emergency. Given the concerns of parents about the safety of the programs in 2020, as well as the judgment of our own Health and public safety professionals, Montgomery Township Recreation will not be running in-person camps and programs for Summer 2020. The Recreation Department is in the process of developing alternative virtual program options for residents. Look for updates on our website and Facebook page.
For parents in need of childcare, below is a list of open day care facilities within approximately ten miles of Montgomery:
Here also is a list of Day Care facilities in Hunterdon, Middlesex, Mercer and Somerset Counties:
Ever wonder why our community center is named after Otto Kaufman?? Find out by reading this article by David Cochran.