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02 / 14
Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

The College Park Homeschooling Arts Club will be starting its fourth year on September 6, 2017. We are a small community of homeschoolers who do arts activities and have social time every Wednesday afternoon, with playground/sports time afterwards. Activities include things like visual arts, fiber arts, culinary arts, drama, outdoor games, mathematical art, and writing, with different "classes" organized each session. Some activities are mixed-age and some are split by age/interest. Parents attend with their children, ages 4-13, plus some little siblings. We have an emphasis on community-building and support for parents and children. There is a small fee to participate. Anyone with questions or who is interested in visiting or joining should contact Laura at LauraL88@yahoo.com.

Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:15 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

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

Creative Writing Class II. will attend to creative nonfiction and fiction, including personal essays, memoir, and short stories. The class will focus on workshopping, revising, and polishing. Class sessions will be centered around discussing the participants’ work, in-class writing exercises, mini-lessons on craft, discussions of outside readings, and publishing in literary journals and arts magazines. Participants are expected to have at least one piece of writing drafted before the first class session.

Creative Writing II, spring 2018: January 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7, 14 with Pete Witte at the Old Parish House, 7:30 p.m.

02 / 15
Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

02 / 16
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:30 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

02 / 17
02 / 18
Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

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

Opus 40 Ensemble presents a double horn concert with members Yee-Ning Soong, Brad Tatum, and guest hornist Ken Bell. Mr. Bell is a horn professor at Gettysburg College, principal horn of Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, and performs with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra regularly. We're excited to have a chance to present music for double horn across all periods--from Vivaldi to modern composer James Naigus.

02 / 19
02 / 20
Start: 6:30 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Youth Choir is led by our talented and energetic director, Christopher Fominaya. You may also know Mr. Fominaya from his work with Greenbelt Creative Kids Camp, Prince George's Teen Theatre, and the University Park Elementary School music program; he now teaches at Laurel High School. The Youth Choir invites all children aged 5 and up to learn about singing and performing. Two ensembles, the Primary Choir and Vocetti, help students learn at different levels. Primary Choir focuses on choral skills and musicianship, while Vocetti moves on to advanced part singing. The Choirs perform several times a year around College Park, and rehearse Tuesdays at the Old Parish House at 6:30 (Primary Choir) and 7:30 pm (Vocetti).
Tuition per semester is $85; scholarships are available.

First meeting of fall semester is the day after Labor Day.
End of semester concert is January 23.
Second semester starts February 6.

Fee for the semester is $85. You may register online at
https://cpae.wufoo.com/forms/college-park-youth-choir-and-vocetti/
Or, you may send a check for $85 to CPAE, PO Box 784, College Park MD 20741. Please include your child's full name and your contact info including email.

WEATHER POLICY -- CPAE follows PGCPS cancellation policy for all children's activities.

The Youth Choir website can be found at http://cpyouthchoir.weebly.com/

Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The Book Club meets the third Tuesday each month, 7:00 - 8:30 pm. Now meeting at the College Park Community Library, 9704 Rhode Island Ave, College Park, MD 20740, in the basement of the Nazarene Church.

Our theme is literary non-fiction by women, though we have been known to read a novel or something by a man. Our meetings are informal and you are welcome even if you did not finish the book!

Some of our favorite books have included: Alex and Me, by Irene Pepperberg (a scientist writes about the amazing parrot she worked with for 28 years); Reading Lolita in Tehran, by Azar Nafisi (an Iranian professor of English Literature writes about her experience of the Revolution and her belief in the importance of English literature); Fun Home, by Alison Bechdel (an illustrated autobiography, comic book style); Persepolis, by Marjane Satrapi (another "graphic novel" by another Iranian woman). We sometimes go on outings as well: including trips to see movies including "Julie and Julia" and "Hidden Figures".

If you are interested, please rsvp by emailing info@cpae.org; our schedule is subject to change.

Books for 2018:
Jan. 16, Code girls: the untold story of the American women code breakers who helped win World War II, by Liza Mundy
Feb. 20, Unorthodox AND/OR Exodus, by Deborah Feldman
Mar. 20, Madame President: The Extraordinary Journey of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, by Helene Cooper
Apr. 17, From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars, by Virginia Hanlon Grohl
May 15, I Was Told There’d Be Cake: Essays, by Sloan Crosley
June 19, Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother, by Kate Hennessy
July 17, I'm Looking Through You: Growing Up Haunted, A Memoir, by Jennifer Finney Boylan

02 / 21
Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

The College Park Homeschooling Arts Club will be starting its fourth year on September 6, 2017. We are a small community of homeschoolers who do arts activities and have social time every Wednesday afternoon, with playground/sports time afterwards. Activities include things like visual arts, fiber arts, culinary arts, drama, outdoor games, mathematical art, and writing, with different "classes" organized each session. Some activities are mixed-age and some are split by age/interest. Parents attend with their children, ages 4-13, plus some little siblings. We have an emphasis on community-building and support for parents and children. There is a small fee to participate. Anyone with questions or who is interested in visiting or joining should contact Laura at LauraL88@yahoo.com.

Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:15 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

02 / 22
Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

02 / 23
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:30 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

02 / 24
Start: 10:00 am
End: 12:00 pm

Arts Drop-In is a multi-media arts discovery series perfect for children aged 2 to 10.

Our monthly Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon programs are led by Aaron Springer: Saturdays 10-noon at College Park Community Center, 5101 Pierce Avenue in Lakeland; and Sundays at the Old Parish House, 4711 Knox Road, 2 - 4 pm.

There is also a bi-weekly afterschool program led at Youth and Family Services (4912 Nantucket Avenue, near Hollywood Elementary) led by Ann Potter. To learn more about this program call 301-474-1210.

Arts Drop-In also helps out at many events around the year, and we welcome the help of volunteers. Please contact us if you have a good idea for a project or if you would like to help out for an hour or two.

Feb 24, Clay creatures
Mar 24, Brunch with the Bunny
May 19, Painting Springtime Scenes
June 9, Spaceships and UFOs
July 14 TBA

02 / 25
Start: 2:00 pm
End: 4:00 pm

Arts Drop-In is a multi-media arts discovery series perfect for children aged 2 to 10.

Our monthly Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon programs are led by Aaron Springer: Saturdays 10-noon at College Park Community Center, 5101 Pierce Avenue in Lakeland; and Sundays at the Old Parish House, 4711 Knox Road, 2 - 4 pm.

There is also a bi-weekly afterschool program led at Youth and Family Services (4912 Nantucket Avenue, near Hollywood Elementary) led by Ann Potter. To learn more about this program call 301-474-1210.

Arts Drop-In also helps out at many events around the year, and we welcome the help of volunteers. Please contact us if you have a good idea for a project or if you would like to help out for an hour or two.

Feb 25: Clay creatures
Mar 25: Mystery project
Apr 29: Kites
May 20: Painting Springtime Scenes
June 10: Spaceships and UFOs
July 15 TBA

Start: 6:00 pm
End: 8:00 pm

College Park Youth Orchestra Chamber Ensemble rehearsal

Start: 6:00 pm
End: 8:00 pm

College Park Youth Orchestra Chamber Ensemble rehearsal

Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

02 / 26
Start: 6:15 pm
End: 7:45 pm

College Park Youth Music Traditions invites youth musicians to explore “traditional” genres including Old Time, Irish, Bluegrass, and Americana. Hosted by fiddler Liberty Rucker and guitarist Eric Maring (Mr. M), CPYMT focuses on ear and group playing based around the fiddle tradition. Music selections will be largely instrumental with the aim of having fun with the music as a group as well as performing the tunes for listening and dancing audiences. Email maringmusic@gmail.com for more information.

More information: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1VA1MnCaRFKb0JOY09FZVpmRWs/view?pref=2...
Registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1IpOJz_phfhx2DyIjXP9ypZjYp2vRoRaki0rFT1p...

Alternate Mondays, 6:15 - 7:45 pm. $150 per semester

02 / 27
Start: 6:30 pm
End: 7:30 pm

The College Park Youth Choir is led by our talented and energetic director, Christopher Fominaya. You may also know Mr. Fominaya from his work with Greenbelt Creative Kids Camp, Prince George's Teen Theatre, and the University Park Elementary School music program; he now teaches at Laurel High School. The Youth Choir invites all children aged 5 and up to learn about singing and performing. Two ensembles, the Primary Choir and Vocetti, help students learn at different levels. Primary Choir focuses on choral skills and musicianship, while Vocetti moves on to advanced part singing. The Choirs perform several times a year around College Park, and rehearse Tuesdays at the Old Parish House at 6:30 (Primary Choir) and 7:30 pm (Vocetti).
Tuition per semester is $85; scholarships are available.

First meeting of fall semester is the day after Labor Day.
End of semester concert is January 23.
Second semester starts February 6.

Fee for the semester is $85. You may register online at
https://cpae.wufoo.com/forms/college-park-youth-choir-and-vocetti/
Or, you may send a check for $85 to CPAE, PO Box 784, College Park MD 20741. Please include your child's full name and your contact info including email.

WEATHER POLICY -- CPAE follows PGCPS cancellation policy for all children's activities.

The Youth Choir website can be found at http://cpyouthchoir.weebly.com/

02 / 28
Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

The College Park Homeschooling Arts Club will be starting its fourth year on September 6, 2017. We are a small community of homeschoolers who do arts activities and have social time every Wednesday afternoon, with playground/sports time afterwards. Activities include things like visual arts, fiber arts, culinary arts, drama, outdoor games, mathematical art, and writing, with different "classes" organized each session. Some activities are mixed-age and some are split by age/interest. Parents attend with their children, ages 4-13, plus some little siblings. We have an emphasis on community-building and support for parents and children. There is a small fee to participate. Anyone with questions or who is interested in visiting or joining should contact Laura at LauraL88@yahoo.com.

Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:15 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

03 / 1
Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

03 / 2
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:30 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

03 / 3
Start: 11:00 am
End: 2:00 pm

College Park Community Library hosts the annual College Park Book Festival on March 3 from 11 am - 2 pm at the Community Center, 5101 Pierce Avenue in Lakeland.

CPAE will Celebrate Dr. Seuss's Birthday with readings and fun activities at the Book Festival, including popsicle stick puppets and face painting.

03 / 4
Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

03 / 5
03 / 6
Start: 6:30 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Youth Choir is led by our talented and energetic director, Christopher Fominaya. You may also know Mr. Fominaya from his work with Greenbelt Creative Kids Camp, Prince George's Teen Theatre, and the University Park Elementary School music program; he now teaches at Laurel High School. The Youth Choir invites all children aged 5 and up to learn about singing and performing. Two ensembles, the Primary Choir and Vocetti, help students learn at different levels. Primary Choir focuses on choral skills and musicianship, while Vocetti moves on to advanced part singing. The Choirs perform several times a year around College Park, and rehearse Tuesdays at the Old Parish House at 6:30 (Primary Choir) and 7:30 pm (Vocetti).
Tuition per semester is $85; scholarships are available.

First meeting of fall semester is the day after Labor Day.
End of semester concert is January 23.
Second semester starts February 6.

Fee for the semester is $85. You may register online at
https://cpae.wufoo.com/forms/college-park-youth-choir-and-vocetti/
Or, you may send a check for $85 to CPAE, PO Box 784, College Park MD 20741. Please include your child's full name and your contact info including email.

WEATHER POLICY -- CPAE follows PGCPS cancellation policy for all children's activities.

The Youth Choir website can be found at http://cpyouthchoir.weebly.com/

03 / 7
Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

The College Park Homeschooling Arts Club will be starting its fourth year on September 6, 2017. We are a small community of homeschoolers who do arts activities and have social time every Wednesday afternoon, with playground/sports time afterwards. Activities include things like visual arts, fiber arts, culinary arts, drama, outdoor games, mathematical art, and writing, with different "classes" organized each session. Some activities are mixed-age and some are split by age/interest. Parents attend with their children, ages 4-13, plus some little siblings. We have an emphasis on community-building and support for parents and children. There is a small fee to participate. Anyone with questions or who is interested in visiting or joining should contact Laura at LauraL88@yahoo.com.

Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:15 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

03 / 8
Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

03 / 9
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 4:30 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

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

A reading of a play about the life of Queen Elizabeth I by scholar Carole Levin
at the Old Parish House, 4711 Knox Road, College Park, MD 20741
one block from College Park metro, at the corner of Knox Road and Dartmouth Avenue in Old Town College Park.
Free and Open to the Public

This reading is sponsored by College Park Arts Exchange, a grassroots arts non-profit supported in part by the City of College Park.
Your generous donations will be passed along to the actors.

This play examines who Queen Elizabeth I was and what was important to her, as she thinks about her life and reign. We see both the young Elizabeth and the one at the end of her reign, often on stage together as Elizabeth considers religion, courtships, and the many threats to her throughout her life including those from Mary Stuart, Spain, and the earl of Essex. Other characters include the ghost of her mother, Anne Boleyn, Robert Dudley, one man she truly cared about, a series of her ladies in waiting, and the French ambassador.

Carole Levin is Willa Cather Professor of History at the University of Nebraska. She has held fellowships at the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Newberry Library in Chicago, and was a Fulbright scholar at the University of York. She has written and edited many books, including The Heart and Stomach of a King: Elizabeth I and the Politics of Sex and Power. Recently she published a fantasy children’s book, The Secret History of How England & Elizabeth I Defeated the Spanish Armada.

03 / 10
03 / 11
Start: 11:00 am
End: 1:00 pm

College Park Arts Exchange is bringing their classic Arts Drop-In series to MilkBoy ArtHouse! Every second Sunday of the month, adults and kids alike are welcome to take part in fun arts projects facilitated by arts specialist Aaron Springer.

Bring the family, take a seat, order brunch and get started on your project. You'll leave MilkBoy ArtHouse will a full stomach - and an artistic memento from your experience!

This event is a partnership with The Clarice and MilkBoy ArtHouse, a local crossroads for dynamic entertainment, social gathering and creative dining in downtown College Park, MD.

Jan 14 Create a Creature
Feb 11 Mixed Media Sculpture
Mar 11 Watercolor painting
April 8 Kites and Wind Driven Art
May 13 Mobiles and Kinetic Sculpture

Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

03 / 12
Start: 7:30 pm
End: 10:00 pm

Join us at the Old Parish House on Monday, March 12, 2018, at 7:30 pm for a wonderful evening of Celtic fiddle music from Canadian musician, Andrea Beaton.

Those of you who enjoyed Celtic fiddlers Panache Quartet a few years ago won’t want to miss the return of Andrea Beaton to the OPH. Andrea comes from a long line of musicians (the popular fiddler Natalie MacMaster is her cousin); her music is at once her own and deeply rooted in the Cape Breton tradition. Her passion for the fiddle and step dancing always delights her audiences.

On this visit, Andrea will perform with Troy MacGillivray who’s been impressing audiences with his fiddle, piano and step dancing skills for many years. His roots-centered approach to his music has the power to inspire all audiences.

Together the two accomplished artists offer a taste of Nova Scotia’s best traditional music. Troy and Andrea will captivate and enchant us with contemporary tunes fused with the music of their Highland ancestry. Join us for what’s certain to be an evening filled with feet tapping and smiles.

Your generous donations will help CPAE support the artists.

03 / 13
Start: 6:30 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Youth Choir is led by our talented and energetic director, Christopher Fominaya. You may also know Mr. Fominaya from his work with Greenbelt Creative Kids Camp, Prince George's Teen Theatre, and the University Park Elementary School music program; he now teaches at Laurel High School. The Youth Choir invites all children aged 5 and up to learn about singing and performing. Two ensembles, the Primary Choir and Vocetti, help students learn at different levels. Primary Choir focuses on choral skills and musicianship, while Vocetti moves on to advanced part singing. The Choirs perform several times a year around College Park, and rehearse Tuesdays at the Old Parish House at 6:30 (Primary Choir) and 7:30 pm (Vocetti).
Tuition per semester is $85; scholarships are available.

First meeting of fall semester is the day after Labor Day.
End of semester concert is January 23.
Second semester starts February 6.

Fee for the semester is $85. You may register online at
https://cpae.wufoo.com/forms/college-park-youth-choir-and-vocetti/
Or, you may send a check for $85 to CPAE, PO Box 784, College Park MD 20741. Please include your child's full name and your contact info including email.

WEATHER POLICY -- CPAE follows PGCPS cancellation policy for all children's activities.

The Youth Choir website can be found at http://cpyouthchoir.weebly.com/

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

(Un)Choir at MilkBoy ArtHouse
Upstairs Gallery, Doors Open: 7PM, Free -- All are welcome!

Mar 13: Happy, by Pharrell Williams
April 10: True Colors, by Cyndi Lauper
May 8: Respect, by Aretha Franklin

A new kind of choral experience: learn your part and sing a song in harmony, all in one fun evening! (un)choir turns the tables on traditional choir. No auditions, no rehearsals, no long-term commitment - just show up and sing a song you love! You will get a lyric sheet, then Allison Hughes, music director for College ParkChorale, will teach you 2 or 3 part harmony to a well-known song. To cap the evening off, you'll then sing your heart out with a choir of your new best friends!

This event is a partnership with The Clarice and MilkBoy ArtHouse, a local crossroads for dynamic entertainment, social gathering and creative dining in downtown College Park, MD.

03 / 14
Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

The College Park Homeschooling Arts Club will be starting its fourth year on September 6, 2017. We are a small community of homeschoolers who do arts activities and have social time every Wednesday afternoon, with playground/sports time afterwards. Activities include things like visual arts, fiber arts, culinary arts, drama, outdoor games, mathematical art, and writing, with different "classes" organized each session. Some activities are mixed-age and some are split by age/interest. Parents attend with their children, ages 4-13, plus some little siblings. We have an emphasis on community-building and support for parents and children. There is a small fee to participate. Anyone with questions or who is interested in visiting or joining should contact Laura at LauraL88@yahoo.com.

Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:15 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

03 / 15
Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

03 / 16
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 5:30 pm

Connect the Dots ballet classes at the Old Parish House

Wednesdays- 4-4:30 creative movement (age 3) and 4:30-5:15 pre-ballet (ages 4-5)
Fridays- 4-4:45 pre-ballet (ages 4-5) and 4:45-5:30 ballet 1 (ages 6-7)

Please bring a check for $45 to the first class
(NO CASH OR CREDIT CARDS PLEASE)
Please make all checks payable to “The College Park Arts Exchange”

You can also register online at this form:
Fall Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VInTdP8XRQ5KywCL2

Payment can be sent through PayPal (ambershriver@gmail.com) or mailed to:
Connect the Dots Dance Company
4423 Lehigh Road, Suite #327
College Park, MD 20740

03 / 17
Start: 10:00 am
End: 4:00 pm

Learn to bind a simple book with artist Ingrid Hass.
Fee $10. At the Old Parish House. Bring a bag lunch.

03 / 18
Start: 6:00 pm
End: 8:00 pm

College Park Youth Orchestra Chamber Ensemble rehearsal

Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

03 / 19
03 / 20
Start: 6:30 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Youth Choir is led by our talented and energetic director, Christopher Fominaya. You may also know Mr. Fominaya from his work with Greenbelt Creative Kids Camp, Prince George's Teen Theatre, and the University Park Elementary School music program; he now teaches at Laurel High School. The Youth Choir invites all children aged 5 and up to learn about singing and performing. Two ensembles, the Primary Choir and Vocetti, help students learn at different levels. Primary Choir focuses on choral skills and musicianship, while Vocetti moves on to advanced part singing. The Choirs perform several times a year around College Park, and rehearse Tuesdays at the Old Parish House at 6:30 (Primary Choir) and 7:30 pm (Vocetti).
Tuition per semester is $85; scholarships are available.

First meeting of fall semester is the day after Labor Day.
End of semester concert is January 23.
Second semester starts February 6.

Fee for the semester is $85. You may register online at
https://cpae.wufoo.com/forms/college-park-youth-choir-and-vocetti/
Or, you may send a check for $85 to CPAE, PO Box 784, College Park MD 20741. Please include your child's full name and your contact info including email.

WEATHER POLICY -- CPAE follows PGCPS cancellation policy for all children's activities.

The Youth Choir website can be found at http://cpyouthchoir.weebly.com/

Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The Book Club meets the third Tuesday each month, 7:00 - 8:30 pm. Now meeting at the College Park Community Library, 9704 Rhode Island Ave, College Park, MD 20740, in the basement of the Nazarene Church.

Our theme is literary non-fiction by women, though we have been known to read a novel or something by a man. Our meetings are informal and you are welcome even if you did not finish the book!

Some of our favorite books have included: Alex and Me, by Irene Pepperberg (a scientist writes about the amazing parrot she worked with for 28 years); Reading Lolita in Tehran, by Azar Nafisi (an Iranian professor of English Literature writes about her experience of the Revolution and her belief in the importance of English literature); Fun Home, by Alison Bechdel (an illustrated autobiography, comic book style); Persepolis, by Marjane Satrapi (another "graphic novel" by another Iranian woman). We sometimes go on outings as well: including trips to see movies including "Julie and Julia" and "Hidden Figures".

If you are interested, please rsvp by emailing info@cpae.org; our schedule is subject to change.

Books for 2018:
Jan. 16, Code girls: the untold story of the American women code breakers who helped win World War II, by Liza Mundy
Feb. 20, Unorthodox AND/OR Exodus, by Deborah Feldman
Mar. 20, Madame President: The Extraordinary Journey of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, by Helene Cooper
Apr. 17, From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars, by Virginia Hanlon Grohl
May 15, I Was Told There’d Be Cake: Essays, by Sloan Crosley
June 19, Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother, by Kate Hennessy
July 17, I'm Looking Through You: Growing Up Haunted, A Memoir, by Jennifer Finney Boylan

03 / 21
Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

The College Park Homeschooling Arts Club will be starting its fourth year on September 6, 2017. We are a small community of homeschoolers who do arts activities and have social time every Wednesday afternoon, with playground/sports time afterwards. Activities include things like visual arts, fiber arts, culinary arts, drama, outdoor games, mathematical art, and writing, with different "classes" organized each session. Some activities are mixed-age and some are split by age/interest. Parents attend with their children, ages 4-13, plus some little siblings. We have an emphasis on community-building and support for parents and children. There is a small fee to participate. Anyone with questions or who is interested in visiting or joining should contact Laura at LauraL88@yahoo.com.

03 / 22
Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

03 / 23
03 / 24
Start: 10:00 am
End: 4:00 pm

THIS WORKSHOP HAS MOVED TO APRIL 7.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Start: 10:00 am
End: 12:00 pm

Arts Drop-In is a multi-media arts discovery series perfect for children aged 2 to 10.

Our monthly Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon programs are led by Aaron Springer: Saturdays 10-noon at College Park Community Center, 5101 Pierce Avenue in Lakeland; and Sundays at the Old Parish House, 4711 Knox Road, 2 - 4 pm.

There is also a bi-weekly afterschool program led at Youth and Family Services (4912 Nantucket Avenue, near Hollywood Elementary) led by Ann Potter. To learn more about this program call 301-474-1210.

Arts Drop-In also helps out at many events around the year, and we welcome the help of volunteers. Please contact us if you have a good idea for a project or if you would like to help out for an hour or two.

Mar 24 Brunch with the Bunny
May 19, Painting Springtime Scenes
June 9, Spaceships and UFOs
July 14 TBA

03 / 25
Start: 2:00 pm
End: 4:00 pm

Arts Drop-In is a multi-media arts discovery series perfect for children aged 2 to 10.

Our monthly Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon programs are led by Aaron Springer: Saturdays 10-noon at College Park Community Center, 5101 Pierce Avenue in Lakeland; and Sundays at the Old Parish House, 4711 Knox Road, 2 - 4 pm.

There is also a bi-weekly afterschool program led at Youth and Family Services (4912 Nantucket Avenue, near Hollywood Elementary) led by Ann Potter. To learn more about this program call 301-474-1210.

Arts Drop-In also helps out at many events around the year, and we welcome the help of volunteers. Please contact us if you have a good idea for a project or if you would like to help out for an hour or two.

Mar 25, Mystery project
May 20, Painting Springtime Scenes
June 10, Spaceships and UFOs
July 15 TBA

Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

03 / 26
Start: 6:15 pm
End: 7:45 pm

College Park Youth Music Traditions invites youth musicians to explore “traditional” genres including Old Time, Irish, Bluegrass, and Americana. Hosted by fiddler Liberty Rucker and guitarist Eric Maring (Mr. M), CPYMT focuses on ear and group playing based around the fiddle tradition. Music selections will be largely instrumental with the aim of having fun with the music as a group as well as performing the tunes for listening and dancing audiences. Email maringmusic@gmail.com for more information.

More information: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1VA1MnCaRFKb0JOY09FZVpmRWs/view?pref=2...
Registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1IpOJz_phfhx2DyIjXP9ypZjYp2vRoRaki0rFT1p...

Alternate Mondays, 6:15 - 7:45 pm. $150 per semester

03 / 27
Start: 6:30 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Youth Choir is led by our talented and energetic director, Christopher Fominaya. You may also know Mr. Fominaya from his work with Greenbelt Creative Kids Camp, Prince George's Teen Theatre, and the University Park Elementary School music program; he now teaches at Laurel High School. The Youth Choir invites all children aged 5 and up to learn about singing and performing. Two ensembles, the Primary Choir and Vocetti, help students learn at different levels. Primary Choir focuses on choral skills and musicianship, while Vocetti moves on to advanced part singing. The Choirs perform several times a year around College Park, and rehearse Tuesdays at the Old Parish House at 6:30 (Primary Choir) and 7:30 pm (Vocetti).
Tuition per semester is $85; scholarships are available.

First meeting of fall semester is the day after Labor Day.
End of semester concert is January 23.
Second semester starts February 6.

Fee for the semester is $85. You may register online at
https://cpae.wufoo.com/forms/college-park-youth-choir-and-vocetti/
Or, you may send a check for $85 to CPAE, PO Box 784, College Park MD 20741. Please include your child's full name and your contact info including email.

WEATHER POLICY -- CPAE follows PGCPS cancellation policy for all children's activities.

The Youth Choir website can be found at http://cpyouthchoir.weebly.com/

03 / 28
Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

The College Park Homeschooling Arts Club will be starting its fourth year on September 6, 2017. We are a small community of homeschoolers who do arts activities and have social time every Wednesday afternoon, with playground/sports time afterwards. Activities include things like visual arts, fiber arts, culinary arts, drama, outdoor games, mathematical art, and writing, with different "classes" organized each session. Some activities are mixed-age and some are split by age/interest. Parents attend with their children, ages 4-13, plus some little siblings. We have an emphasis on community-building and support for parents and children. There is a small fee to participate. Anyone with questions or who is interested in visiting or joining should contact Laura at LauraL88@yahoo.com.

03 / 29
Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

03 / 30
03 / 31
04 / 1
Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

04 / 2
04 / 3
04 / 4
04 / 5
Start: 8:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

04 / 6
04 / 7
Start: 12:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm

Make a 3D house that folds into a book where each wall is a page. The book could have as few as 3 pages or many more. The theme can be home, love, acceptance, shelter, protection, or anything you like. The intended age group is adults (or children working with their adults).

The workshop will begin at 10 am at the Old Parish House. Bring a bag lunch.

RSVP. Materials fee of $10 per person.

04 / 8
Start: 11:00 am
End: 1:00 pm

College Park Arts Exchange is bringing their classic Arts Drop-In series to MilkBoy ArtHouse! Every second Sunday of the month, adults and kids alike are welcome to take part in fun arts projects facilitated by arts specialist Aaron Springer.

Bring the family, take a seat, order brunch and get started on your project. You'll leave MilkBoy ArtHouse will a full stomach - and an artistic memento from your experience!

This event is a partnership with The Clarice and MilkBoy ArtHouse, a local crossroads for dynamic entertainment, social gathering and creative dining in downtown College Park, MD.

April 8 Kites and Wind Driven Art
May 13 Mobiles and Kinetic Sculpture

Start: 3:00 pm
End: 4:00 pm

Beech Tree Puppets presents "The Crystal Ball"
At the Old Parish House, April 8, 3 pm

Follow the young Prince on his journey to save his brothers who have been transformed into animals by an evil sorceress. Bravely and against all expectations, he overcomes great challenges, including two giants and a fierce dragon, to save his brothers and win the princess. For our production we have adapted the Grimm brothers’ text, written songs and hand-crafted the puppets and sets from silk, wool, and wood. We guide the multi-cultural marionettes as well as narrate, sing and play instruments during the performance.

http://www.beechtreepuppets.com/

Start: 6:00 pm
End: 8:00 pm

College Park Youth Orchestra Chamber Ensemble rehearsal

Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

04 / 9
04 / 10
Start: 6:30 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Youth Choir is led by our talented and energetic director, Christopher Fominaya. You may also know Mr. Fominaya from his work with Greenbelt Creative Kids Camp, Prince George's Teen Theatre, and the University Park Elementary School music program; he now teaches at Laurel High School. The Youth Choir invites all children aged 5 and up to learn about singing and performing. Two ensembles, the Primary Choir and Vocetti, help students learn at different levels. Primary Choir focuses on choral skills and musicianship, while Vocetti moves on to advanced part singing. The Choirs perform several times a year around College Park, and rehearse Tuesdays at the Old Parish House at 6:30 (Primary Choir) and 7:30 pm (Vocetti).
Tuition per semester is $85; scholarships are available.

First meeting of fall semester is the day after Labor Day.
End of semester concert is January 23.
Second semester starts February 6.

Fee for the semester is $85. You may register online at
https://cpae.wufoo.com/forms/college-park-youth-choir-and-vocetti/
Or, you may send a check for $85 to CPAE, PO Box 784, College Park MD 20741. Please include your child's full name and your contact info including email.

WEATHER POLICY -- CPAE follows PGCPS cancellation policy for all children's activities.

The Youth Choir website can be found at http://cpyouthchoir.weebly.com/

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

(Un)Choir at MilkBoy ArtHouse
Upstairs Gallery, Doors Open: 7PM, Free -- All are welcome!

April 10: True Colors, by Cyndi Lauper
May 8: Respect, by Aretha Franklin

A new kind of choral experience: learn your part and sing a song in harmony, all in one fun evening! (un)choir turns the tables on traditional choir. No auditions, no rehearsals, no long-term commitment - just show up and sing a song you love! You will get a lyric sheet, then Allison Hughes, music director for College ParkChorale, will teach you 2 or 3 part harmony to a well-known song. To cap the evening off, you'll then sing your heart out with a choir of your new best friends!

This event is a partnership with The Clarice and MilkBoy ArtHouse, a local crossroads for dynamic entertainment, social gathering and creative dining in downtown College Park, MD.

04 / 11
Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

The College Park Homeschooling Arts Club will be starting its fourth year on September 6, 2017. We are a small community of homeschoolers who do arts activities and have social time every Wednesday afternoon, with playground/sports time afterwards. Activities include things like visual arts, fiber arts, culinary arts, drama, outdoor games, mathematical art, and writing, with different "classes" organized each session. Some activities are mixed-age and some are split by age/interest. Parents attend with their children, ages 4-13, plus some little siblings. We have an emphasis on community-building and support for parents and children. There is a small fee to participate. Anyone with questions or who is interested in visiting or joining should contact Laura at LauraL88@yahoo.com.

04 / 12
Start: 8:15 pm
End: 9:15 pm

CPAE is very pleased to host Yoga classes with Geneva Moss at the Old Parish House.

Yoga meets from 8:15-9:15pm on Thursdays. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use and make Thursday night all about taking care of you. There is a $12.00 drop in fee. Thursday night yoga will have a focus on poses and movement to help relieve stress and tensions from the week, rejuvenate the mind, body and energy and restoratives to nourish a good night's sleep.

Parking permits are available, as well as waivers that need completing prior to starting the class. The class will aim to cater to mixed ability levels for adults age 16 and up.

The Monday morning class is not meeting at this time, but please let us know if you are interested.

04 / 13
04 / 14
Start: 7:30 pm
End: 9:30 pm

Raq Out on Saturday, April 14, at the Old Parish House.
The theme for our spring show is "Songs of Our Grandmothers" celebrating our dance and our cultural diversity.

04 / 15
Start: 7:00 pm
End: 8:30 pm

The College Park Chorale is a fun, low key community choir of about 50 members. We meet weekly on Sunday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the St. Andrew's church in College Park, under the direction of Allison Hughes. We perform a wide variety of chorale music at two concerts per year, as well as in local community events. All voice parts and levels of experience are welcome - no audition required.

For more information visit www.collegeparkchorale.org or write to chorale@cpae.org

04 / 16
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