Nov 27 Monday
Learn how to row, first on indoor machines and then learn on-the-water technique in our rowing tank facility. All Winter Rowing League Sessions are held at the Millvale Training Center 90 Riverfront Dr. Millvale 15209
Want to level up or show off your Bollywood dance skills?
Experience the electrifying energy of Bollywood dance and show off your skills with this 6-week camp. Instructors Samannaaz and Geeta will be teaching a sassy, feminine Bollywood number (aka “item number”) for students to perform live. Students will then perform their choreography at Los Sabrosos Winter Solstice Social and Showcase!
This is an intermediate level course. Previous experience in any dance style is needed. Previous Bollywood experience recommended but not required. Open to all genders and gender presentations interested in a feminine Bollywood choreography. Dancers must be 18 or older.
Practice: Mondays 7 to 8 p.m. on the following dates:
Dec 01 Friday
Get ready for all those holiday parties! Learn Swing basics in a fun and festive atmosphere. This high-energy ballroom dance is a great foundational style for holiday classics and modern party hits. If you want to shine at the office party, get ready for winter wedding season dance floors, or just want to groove to some Christmas songs, this class is for you!
Drop in/Single Class Registration: $20Monthly Course (3 sessions): $40Discounted course (Senior Citizens, Military, Students, Low Income): $30
Please register at least 24 hours in advance
Dec 02 Saturday
Join us as we hit the trails for a guided nature walk! We’ll meet in the atrium of the Powdermill Nature Center at 2 pm before heading outside to explore. This family-friendly experience is open to participants of all ages.
Events fill up fast! Registration is recommended to guarantee your spot and help us plan timing, seating, and/or trail routes. If there are spots available at the time of the program, non-registered individuals can join on a first-come, first-served basis.
Family Nature Walk
Dec 03 Sunday
Dec 04 Monday
Dec 05 Tuesday
Using the exhibition Life in One Cubic Foot as inspiration, explore activities and lessons to teach learners about the dynamics of biodiversity and ecosystems. We’ll visit the exhibition to discover what a cubic foot of land or water reveals about the diversity of life on the planet with the help of “biocubes”, one-cubic-foot frames used to survey animals and plants living in an ecosystem. Meet with other formal and informal educators to think about ways we can support each other in planning for the new STEELS standards and their focus on project-based learning.
Life in One Cubic Foot is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
This workshop welcomes educators from all subject areas and grade levels.
If more than 50% of your students qualify for free or reduced-price school lunch, your school or organization will be eligible for a scholarship towards a museum field trip after the workshop.
Funding is available to reimburse your school or district for substitute teacher costs on the day that you attend this workshop.