[July 17, 2012] Pet Care Workshop @ Parents' Place, Neihu

[July 17, 2012] Pet Care Workshop @ Parents' Place, Neihu

Postby asiababy » 16 May 2012, 08:16

Great news! We've arranged a pet care workshop on Tuesday July 17th, targeted at children age six through twelve. Sean McCormack will be teaching children about responsible pet/dog care, including how to treat your own dog and how to act around strange dogs you meet. Workshop is in English

Date: Tuesday, July 17th
Time: 10am-12 noon
Cost: 450/child, which includes snack. We will donate part of this payment to Sean's dog sanctuary project.
Bring: We'd like kids to bring a small token donation, so they can experience giving to a project they have learned about directly
Address: #315 2F ChengGong Road Section 4, Neihu, Taiwan
Contact/Enrol: Please use the generic Registration Form on the Parents' Place website to show interest. You can also ask questions in the comments section. http://www.parentsplace.com.tw/ Please register by May 30th, as this part of our total Summer Camp program* so we need to fix numbers early.

*We are running a week-long Summer Camp for kids from July 16-20th. Total cost is $3,500 and includes a week-long drama workshop, craft, cooking, this dog-care workshop.


A week of enriching activities for our kids. Half-day drama camp and half-day other classes, all in English. A chance for parents to get a little time off and for our kids to meet other English-speakers in a meaningful course.

Mornings: *Pet Care *Introduction to Cursive Writing *Cooking for Kids *Paper/book making *Sewing *Games Morning

Afternoons: A drama teacher will help children prepare a play, props, and costumes, to be performed Friday afternoon to family and friends. Joanne is a 3rd-year drama student at Wen-Hua University. She is enthusastic and passionate about drama, and is excited to have this opportunity to teach the session. Having spent the six years of her life in the US, she speaks very good English.

Cost: $450/session (2250 for 5 mornings, 2250 for 5 afternoons. Sign up for the week for just $3500)
Times : Daily 10am-12 noon, 1pm-3pm. Supervised lunch break
Lunch cost 100/day or bring your own
Target age group: 6-12 years (going into first grade in September or older)
Target audience: Children don't have to be native English speakers, but they need to be OK in an all-English situation.
Registration by May 30th, please, including deposit (non-refundable) of $1,000 per child.
Transport Options: Bus 630 stops at door. Da Hu MRT a five-min walk.

https://www.facebook.com/events/381986418511353/
Family-friendly events and destinations Taiwan-wide. http://kidzone-tw.blogspot.com/
Looking for like-minded parents, a friendly space to take your kids, and classes for English-speaking children? http://www.parentsplace.com.tw
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