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Start: 3:00 pm
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Local volunteer will lead a traditional German celebration culminating in an outdoor walk with festive paper lanterns which we'll make out of posterboard and colorful wax paper, plus whatever sparkly accoutrement you care to add on. Your family will love this annual tradition, and your lanterns will be an enduring keepsake! This event will take place at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 4512 College Avenue, College Park.

Start: 3:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

Local volunteer will lead a traditional German celebration culminating in an outdoor walk with festive paper lanterns which we'll make out of posterboard and colorful wax paper, plus whatever sparkly accoutrement you care to add on. Your family will love this annual tradition, and your lanterns will be an enduring keepsake! At St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 4512 College Avenue, College Park.

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Start: 7:30 pm

Discuss Literary Non-fiction by Women with the CPAE Book Club, led by volunteer Krista Park.

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Start: 2:00 pm

Arts Specialist Aaron Springer leads a fun arts workshop for
children ages 3-8 with their parents.

Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

The College Park Youth Orchestra will perform its Fall Concert at Hyattsville Middle School, 6001 42nd Ave. in Hyattsville. Click here for a map.

The program will include six pieces, including Vivaldi's Concerto alla Rustica and Corelli's Christmas Concerto.

The concert is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served at a reception following the concert.

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Start: 3:00 pm

Former Waldorf kindergarten teacher and Director of the Alliance for Childhood, Joan Almon will lead this calm and joyful afternoon featuring greenery, a puppet show, and the star in the apple.

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Start: 7:30 pm

Discuss Literary Non-fiction by Women with the CPAE Book Club, led by volunteer Krista Park.

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Start: 2:00 pm
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Arts Drop-In:
Talismans for the New Year

Sunday, December 30, 2 - 4 pm at Old Parish House.

The Hopi Indians greet the New Year by creating tiny talismans (paahos) out of sticks, twine and natural items, representing things they would like to see return in the New Year. Try making this fun workshop a part of your annual family New Year's traditions!

Arts drop-in instructor Aaron Springer leads an imaginative and creative free-form arts afternoon that children and parents will enjoy together. College Park Arts Exchange invites you to explore our free monthly arts drop-in program, ideal for children ages 3-8. All children must be accompanied by an adult. CPAE children's programs are funded in part by Target and the City of College Park.

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Start: 7:30 pm
End: 9:00 pm

Family and friends will have a great time at this fun concert with Greenbelt’s own a capella group. The Chromatics’ original songs offer “melodic insights into modern life” with “a smattering of science” -- and they’ll also jazz up covers in their own unique way. This free concert is sure to be a hit! Come with a plan to buy some of their cds as well.

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