The Lemonade Stand is a summer program which is 5 weeks. For people ages 8 to 12 years old, who are interested in creating items in a structured yet social environment. They will have the ability to sell their creations in a kid's fair at the end. The intention of this program is to instill confidence in young people's ability to learn about, and complete a project in a short amount of time, and then profit from their creative abilities. They will learn about pricing items to cover expenses, and about modern money practices, and how to start earning and saving.
10% of the total sales from the kid's fair will be donated to The Community Youth In Action*
Week 1: Monday June 20th 2pm-4pm
Week 2: Monday June 27th 2pm-4pm
Friendship & Paracord Bracelets
Week 3: Monday July 11th 2pm-4pm
Week 4: Monday July 18th 2pm-4pm
Week 5: Monday July 25th 2pm-4pm
Finishing projects, pricing and preparing for kid's fair.
Kid's Fair: Saturday July 30th 11am-3pm (Actual Fair 12pm- 2pm)
Parent volunteers would be excellent for any, or all of the dates. Please let me know if you would like to help, and for which dates you're able to do so.
I ask that the kids commit to participate in all dates, including the kid's fair.
A registration form will be sent upon purchase. Please purchase one ticket per child participating.
Historically, a salon was a place to gather together for the purpose of discussing intellectual ideas, entertainment, and networking. The Eclectic Chair has always been a safe space for deep topics, and meaningful one-on-one exchange. A Social Library is a venture back to our industry roots, a partnership with thought leaders to bring you life-enhancing, and soul optimizing mentorship. Many of these programs are formatted in a series for the purpose of deepening our connection and further exploration of each topic, and for building connection, friendships, and trust. We have a collective responsibility to heal our communities. We partner with teachers, leaders, and healers who will cultivate opportunities to thoughtfully engage and empower us in a practice of radical vulnerability. This safe and accepting space was born from my lifelong awareness of a disconnection I felt from my own community. It is my desire for strangers to become friends, and for those with a soulful homesickness to fill that emptiness and longing. A percentage of all ticket sales is donated to a cause, the amount and organization are specified in each event description.
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