Homeschool Events List for April 13, 2016

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Food for Fines
Jefferson Sale
FVL South County Open House
WCCHE Used Book Sale
Mary Poppins
East Central College 2016 Summer Camps

FOOD FOR FINES
SLCL is celebrating National Library Week by offering the popular Food for Fines program. Starting Sunday, April 10 – Saturday, April 16 customers will have $1 in fines waived for each can of food donated (up to $10 per person.) All proceeds will benefit Operation Food Search. Some restrictions may apply; please inquire at your local branch for details.

Jefferson Sale
April 15 @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Why the Jefferson Sale? Because prices are so low at this book sale, a two-dollar bill—the portrait of our third president—is sure to get you something good.
We have to clear out a lot of books. They’re good books, but we just don’t have the space. Maybe you can help find a new home for some of them. Maybe the low prices will help you out. Be sure to stop by during our Jefferson Sale.
The Family Vision Library, 2020 Parkway Dr., St. Peters, MO 63376
www.thefamilyvision.org

The Family Vision South County Grand Opening
April 16 @ 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
1387 Covington Manor Lane, St. Louis, MO 63125
Open house celebration! Visit our brand-new South County location! Join with us for refreshments and an opportunity to win two Cardinals vs Cubs tickets April 20 – courtesy of Bott Radio – KSIV 91.5 FM
www.thefamilyvision.org

WCCHE Used Book Fair
Date:  Monday, April 18  (less than two weeks away)
Time:  5:00pm —  Book sellers can set up at 4:00pm,  Book Fair will be open from 5:00-7:00
Location:  Harvest Bible Chapel, 17795 Wild Horse Creek Rd., Chesterfield, MO 63005
Other Information:  For your convenience, there will be a food truck with dinner options for you to purchase so that you do not need to be rushed with feeding dinner to your family as you get out the door for this event.  Take advantage of this great way to feed your family on Monday, April 18th
Reserve a table so that you can sell your used books:  contact Heather Kesselring    davidkess@hotmail.com  or 314-593-0047   Costs:  WCCHE Members: FREE for first table  /  Non-WCCHE Members:  $10/table

MARY POPPINS
You are invited to enjoy an afternoon or evening of family friendly entertainment with MARY POPPINS, THE BROADWAY MUSICAL, as performed by the all homeschooled cast of LifeLight Youth Theatre.
MARY POPPINS, THE BROADWAY MUSICAL TICKETS ON SALE NOW ONLINE at http://www.lifelightyouththeatre.com/tickets.html or BY PHONE AT 636-294-2978.
WHEN:  4 show times- Thursday, June 2nd at 7:00pm; Friday, June 3rd at 7:00pm; Saturday, June 4th at 2:30pm & 7:00pm.
PRE- SHOW EVENTS INCLUDE:
“Supercalifragilistic” parties take place either before select performances of MARY POPPINS, THE BROADWAY MUSICAL.  Guests enjoy the party, that includes story time with Mary, delicious refreshments, fantastic decorations and VIP tableside autograph/photo session with characters from MARY POPPINS, the Broadway musical.
FREE pre-show reception on Friday with delicious food from over 20 participating restaurants.
WHERE: JOIN us at the Westminster Christian Academy, 800 Maryville Centre Drive, Town & Country, MO 63017
ABOUT MARY POPPINS, THE BROADWAY MUSICAL :
Expect the winds to change this June as LifeLight Theatre brings everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny to the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure.
With songs from the beloved Disney movie and some new numbers by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, this musical tells the story of the Banks family when Mary Poppins is hired as the nanny of their two children. Mary, along with her friend Bert, brings life, and a little bit of magic, into what was once a boring and strict household. Popular tunes include “Step in Time,“ “Let’s Go Fly a Kite,” “Spoonful of Sugar,” “Feed the Birds,” “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and “Chim Chim Cher-ee.”
Ticket prices:
RESERVED SEATING- $12.00 for all guests ages 3 & up.  Children 2 & under are free if seated on lap.

East Central College 2016 Summer Camps
http://www.eastcentral.edu/cwd/summer-camps/
ECC’s Community Education Department coordinates a variety of summer programs. With over 30 years of summer program experience, we are proud of the exceptional quality and variety of our programs which include everything from photography to wizardry, robotics to archery, and many other interesting topics. We are committed to offering our campers an enjoyable and enriching experience with programs designed to stimulate curiosity and creativity, develop talents, and encourage exploration and personal growth. Along with some old favorites, we are excited to offer several new programs this summer. All camps will be held at East Central’s main campus in Union.
Ages: 3-18
Start Date: 6/6/2016

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The posted events are open to all homeschoolers in the St. Louis, MO, area (including St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Lincoln County, Franklin County, and Jefferson County in MO, and Madison County, Monroe County, and St. Clair County in IL, and surrounding regions).
NOTE: Inclusion in this list does not necessarily indicate endorsement by the blog owner. I try to include as many events or classes I know of in the Greater St. Louis area that would be of special interest to homeschoolers. Some of these events come from a distinctively “Christian” perspective, while others are purely “secular” in nature. If you see things that you would not be particularly interested in, just ignore them and look for the things that do appeal to you.

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