OTHER FALL 2018 PROGRAMS
The programs below are all free to attend (though donations are always accepted from those whose families can afford to do so) and open to girls, women, trans, and gender non-conforming participants. Band Booster is also open to some cisgender boys. Questions about fall programs? Contact Interim Program & Operations Coordinator, Rachel Sholly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GENDER DISCUSSION GROUP
Talk it out! Gender Discussion Group is youth-led and co-facilitated, with youth both selecting the topics and leading the conversation! Each week you pick a different topic, which has included issues such as: Healthy Relationships, Beyonce, LGBTQ+ Issues, Gender in Film, and more! Learn to facilitate conversations on interesting topics and share your opinions in a supportive space.
Gender Discussion Group is open to youth ages 14-18 and registration is REQUIRED in order to ensure a consistent group and quality conversations. Gender Discussion Group begins September 24th. Register below:REGISTER GENDER DISCUSSION GROUP
Band Booster is a new program where bands can learn how to be bands! Bands get a weekly practice time at our space (gear included!) and learn how to practice effectively, record their music, book shows, and promote themselves with the support of their own experienced band coach, who will help them reach their goals. Only three slots are available, so get them while they’re hot! Program supported by Newport Festivals Foundation.
Cisgender boys may participate in Band Booster, but bands should be at least 50 percent girls, trans, or gender non-conforming youth. Participation is open to youth ages 11-21. Practice times run from 4-5pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Registration is REQUIRED in order to attend Band Booster. Band Booster begins September 24th. Register below:REGISTER BAND BOOSTER
Youth Drop-In is an opportunity to meet up with other youth, play music together, meet new band members, try new instruments, play games, talk about issues relevant to your life, work on homework, or create fun activities in a supportive setting. The program runs Mondays-Thursdays from 3-4pm throughout the school year beginning September 10th and is open to youth ages 11-18. Registration is not required, but it is helpful for us to know who’s attending and what they want to do/learn! Youth Drop-In begins September 10th. Program supported by Newport Festivals Foundation.REGISTER YOUTH DROP-IN
DON’T READ THE COMMENTS: A (TINY) ARTICLE CLUB
Article Club is your chance, as an adult, to talk about all those articles you just read on the internet… IN PERSON! An “article” could mean anything from a piece in a newspaper, magazine, or blog, to a journal article, short story, or a book chapter, or basically any media. Don’t stress if you miss a week– this is really about the conversation! Registration is not required to attend, but it is helpful for us to know who’s attending and what they want to talk about! Learn more about weekly conversations in our Facebook event.REGISTER ARTICLE CLUB