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Nov. 27th - 24th
Working together to save the lives of thousands of dogs and cats, guests are encouraged to bring gifts from anywhere to be wrapped by Esther Mooring and her team of volunteers in exchange for a small donation that supports Operation Kindness' mission to care for homeless animals in a no-kill environment until each is adopted into a responsible home. Gifts do not need to be purchased from Barnes & Noble to be wrapped - guests may bring gifts from anywhere for gift-wrapping. Park and Preston location: 2201 Preston Rd Suite E Plano, TX 75093
Jennifer Gaona presents for teachers the ins and outs of "Bush News" for elementary and secondary students. Viewers can ask Mrs. Gaona, a well-established leader of curriculum, questions about tailoring this program to their classroom.
"Bush News" challenges challenges students to look deeper at several pieces of major legislation, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Clean Air Act.
Join us on Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/bush41library/ on March 10, 2021 at 12:00-12:20 PM CT.
Or register at Connect2texas.net to receive a free recording of the program after after the live program. 1. Create an account. 2. Click on the events tab and filter for "George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum," then select "Bush News - Professional Development" from the list.
Registration help: Contact Lori Hamm-Neckar at email@example.com or 8177407156
Mar. 10th - May. 1st
Dallas' shopping and dining destination, Mockingbird Station, is excited to announce a year-long partnership with local artist, Mari Pohlman. The Dallas-based artist who established her design brand, "marpohl" in 2017, specializes in large-scale murals, which makes Mari the ideal partner to carry out Mockingbird Station's vision. Mari's first partnership with Mockingbird Station included her famous stairway design located next to Castle Nail Spa. Mockingbird Station and Mari will work together to conceptualize and execute a quarterly mural display created by Mari and potential collaborations with other local artists for guests of The Station to enjoy throughout 2021.
Inspired by the Mockingbird Station logo and brand, the design will incorporate spring motifs and imagery into the mural, which will cleverly combine with the wings of a Mockingbird. The first mural, titled "Wings of Spring" will feature bright, fresh colors, with plants and flowers, along with the colorful wings of the Mockingbird, designed to captivate the patrons and shoppers visiting The Station. Mari will be onsite to paint the mural from March 10th -16th, which will be unveiled on March 17th. This will be the first of the four activations that Pohlman will create for Mockingbird Station.
The Station and Mari hope that this mural serves as a meaningful and symbolic piece as spring and warmer weather approach. As we embark on a new season, the goal is to provide a cheerful outdoor atmosphere for shoppers to visit Mockingbird Station and see the mural firsthand. Patrons will be able to pose and take pictures with the vibrant mural through May. The activation will be located across from West Elm underneath the canopy within Mockingbird Station.
MARI POHLMAN LIVE PAINTING SCHEDULE:
o Layout with Projector: Wednesday, 3/10: 7pm-9pm
o Painting Day 1: Thursday, 3/11: 10am-3pm
o Painting Day 2: Friday, 3/12: 10am-3pm
o Painting Day 3: Saturday, 3/13: 10am-3pm
o Painting Day 4: Monday, 3/15: 10am-3pm
o Painting Day 5: Tuesday, 3/16: 10am-3pm
Calling all girls! Join WOW! Children's Museum for How to Be a Scientist our 3rd annual celebration of Girls in Science! During this live virtual Zoom event, girls ages 3 and up will get to meet real female scientists and explore science activities at home with a hands-on kit! Girls will have the chance to see women from a variety of STEM careers, and interact along at home with special activities. Girls will also learn that they can be a scientist both as a future career and right now in their everyday lives!
Special Guests* & Activities Include:
-A live Q&A with an animal ambassador from Denver Zoo
-Geologist/computer programmer/CO State Representative Brianna Titone
-Noelle Ozimek, MS, from Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston) and Harvard Medical School
-An interactive experiment from Pfizer
-An electric vehicles activity from Xcel Energy
-An interactive physics and engineering activity from STROBE
-Guests from NCAR/UCAR
-A chemistry activity from Victoria Hale, M.S. Ed., Chemistry Teacher at Mercy Academy
*Special guests subject to change.
Live Spanish translation will be available. Zoom link and password will be sent to all registrants approximately one week before the event.
Tickets & Registration:
Event tickets include access to the live event via Zoom and an activity kit to use at home during the event. Advance registration required.
$10 per non-member family
$8 per member family
Purchase online: https://68348.blackbaudhosting.com/68348/Virtual-Girls-in-Science---General-Public
Girls in Science is generously sponsored by STROBE, Xcel Energy and Donna Charlevoix & Glen Romine.
Mar. 22nd - 26th
Ninja Nation Care Information
Your ninja's week at Ninja Care will be filled with fun activities, skill building, competitions, snacks, and lunch! No prior ninja experience is required.
Drop off will occur between 8:30am and 9am every day of the week, and pick up is between 3 and 3:30pm.
Join us virtually on March 24 from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. to learn about the exoplanets - what are they, how do astronomers find them, and how do we know what they are made of? Then be guided through fun, at-home activities which will spark your creativity and fire your imagination about exoplanets!
Mar. 30th - Apr. 3rd
Sunshine Music Together, the eight-time ParentMap Golden Teddy Award Winner for Best Music Program in Seattle, is taking registrations now for their online spring session! Register for a free sample class before the start of the session at https://bit.ly/SunshineMusicTogetherDemo.
Classes begin April 5th and include 10 weekly live online music classes (choose from either Zoom or Facebook Live platforms) and a beautifully illustrated songbook and CD mailed to your home! In addition to this, you'll have exclusive access to recorded live classes to view on demand each week! You could have music class every day of the week if you'd like! Experience the joy of family music making right in your living room.
Music Together is a research-based, internationally recognized early-childhood music development program for children aged birth to eight and their parents or caregivers. Classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play - forty-five minutes of pure fun with your child every week!
Check out the spring schedule of classes at http://bit.ly/SpringMusicSchedule, and watch a video to learn what a Music Together Class is all about at https://bit.ly/FamilyTestimonials.
Jennifer Gaona presents for teachers the ins and outs of "Gifts of State" for elementary and secondary students. Viewers can ask Mrs. Gaona, a well-established leader of curriculum, questions about tailoring this program to their classroom.
"Gifts of State" challenges challenges students to look at maps and analyze, according to student level, the social, economic, and political implications of state gifts.
Join us on Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/bush41library/ on April 14, 2021 at 12:00-12:20 PM CT.
Or register at Connect2texas.net to receive a free recording of the program after after the live program. 1. Create an account. 2. Click on the events tab and filter for "George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum," then select "Gifts of State - Professional Development" from the list.
Registration help: Contact Lori Hamm-Neckar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 8177407156