I love good Morning Gloucester.
I was wondering if you might have interest in posting a story about the nature connection programs Kestrel Educational Adventures has just unveiled.
We’ve always worked with the Cape Ann public schools, getting all the kids out an connecting with their own landscapes.
By popular demand, we are now offering some original programs for individual kids.
All our programs offer kids the opportunity to blend art, science, and authentic immersion in the natural world, without leaving Cape Ann.
Our 8 week program for 4-7 year olds, “Being Animals” invites children to explore a place from the viewpoint of a different animal every week. They learn to walk like the animal, hunt for food and shelter, and interact with other wildlife. At the end of each day of the program, children create a story together about their experiences as animals.
In “Lights, Camera, Nature,” a partnership with the Cape Ann Community Cinema, 8-12 year olds venture into Chebacco Woods with high- zoom cameras and film wildlife drama. Back in the studio, they create and edit short films that tell the story of a specific place. These films will be shown for the public on the big screen.
In “Making Nature Maps,” 8-12 years will explore Magnolia Beach and Coolidge Reservation and create layered maps documenting their discoveries.
All the details on our website, located under the “Our Services” tab.
Thanks for offering a great service to Cape Ann!
Kestrel Educational Adventures
GHS BOYS SOCCER TEAM KICK’N CANCER BENEFIT GAME
The GHS Boys Soccer teams are playing on Friday, October 4th to benefit cancer. The games will be at the New Balance Track and Field at Newell Stadium.
JV at 4:30pm
Varsity at 6pm
There will be a donation admission at the door for the Varsity game. Cancer t-shirts will be available for $10.00. All proceeds will benefit cancer patients and research.
Thank you very much