The Massacheusetts Audubon Homeschool Planning Team have created a two part Road Trip along the Merrimack River and the marshes of Newbury and Plum Island, ending with a Study Session at Joppa Flats Education Center this week and next (November 11, 2010 and November 18, 2010).
The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Danvers is proud to announce open enrollment for our summer program. The Brain Balance Program® provides a drug-free solution for families with children challenged with social, behavioral and academic difficulties such as ADHD, learning differences and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Brain Balance Achievement Center believes these and other similar disorders don't have to be a life-long struggle.
The Joppa Flats Education Center is located at the gateway to one of the country’s most productive, year-round, wildlife viewing areas—the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge and the Plum Island estuary. Highlights for visitors are the many species of birds, mammals and sea life that utilize the area’s extensive salt marshes, mudflats, rivers, bays, and coastal waters.
Cape Ann Art Haven is a community space where artists of all ages and abilities are encouraged to develop creativity and confidence through hands on learning and collaboration. At Art Haven, we aim to provide opportunities for children of all ages to have a place to exercise their artistic talents.
The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Danvers is hosting a book signing, professional lecture and open house with Dr. Robert Melillo. Dr. Robert Melillo, the creator of the Brain Balance Program™, is an internationally known chiropractic neurologist, professor, researcher, and expert in childhood neurological disorders. His latest book is Disconnected Kids: The Groundbreaking Brain Balance Program for Children with Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Other Neurological Disorders .
The main campus and headquarters of Gordon-Conwell is located on 118 acres of rolling hills and winding lanes in South Hamilton, Massachusetts on Boston's historic North Shore. The main campus is made up of 13 buildings which includes expanded seminary housing, apartments, a learning center, the Goddard library, chapel and a 41,000 square foot modern academic center that houses the Ockenga Institute and the Doctor of Ministry Program.
Friday, August 17
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