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Hamilton – Wenham Middle School Night Program

Photograph Jaclyn Wescott

Photograph Jaclyn Wescott

Sponsored by the Community House of Hamilton and Wenham. The purpose of the Middle School Night Program is to provide an outlet for middle school aged youth to enjoy safe and supervised social activity. Events may include dances, games, pizza and movie night, karaoke, sports nights, and adventure based activities.

One time program fee $40
Nightly admission $5.00-$8.00

Registration paperwork and one-time program fee must be complete prior to attending any teen night session.

Who may register?

- Students in grades 6 through 8

- Public, private, and home school students are welcome

- Hamilton-Wenham School Choice students

How do I register my child? Forms are available in the Community House lobby, on the portico bulletin board or may be PRINTED HERE. Forms may be submitted in person (Monday – Thursday 9:00 am -5:00 pm, Fridays 9:00 am -1:00 pm. PLEASE NOTE: The office is closed on Fridays in July and August.). Registration will not be complete until program fee is paid. Registration is open year round for this program.

Friday, May 2 – 7-9pm – Semi-Formal
Friday, June 6 – *Special Time 7-8:30pm – 5th Grade Introductory Dance

** Dates may be subject to change**
Questions? Email bethany@communityhouse.org

Ski Bradford

Open to grades 4-8
A traditional Community House favorite. Your child can join in on six weeks of skiing every Wednesday during the peak winter months.
Transportation will be by School Bus, leaving right after school, and returning for pickup around 6-6:30pm. NOTE CANCELLATION POLICY: When the Hamilton-Wenham Regional Schools are closed, the Ski Bradford program does not run. Information on cancellations will be recorded on The Community House’s voicemail 978-468-4818.

Sewing for Tweens & Teens

Sewing II
Instructor Rhonda Galpern
Grades 6 and up

Students will have the opportunity to learn the FUNdamentals of sewing, both by hand and with a basic sewing machine. Skills learned will include sewing straight and curved seams, using a pattern or drafting a pattern from a basic garment as well as adding decorative stitches and embellishments. Students will decide on their project and are encouraged to bring ideas and/or patterns to the first class. Classes are limited to 6 students to maximize student’s benefit. Students may being their own machine.

Wednesdays, 2:30pm-3:45pm
Session III: May 14, 21, 28 and June 4, 11, 18

Class fee: $89 plus $10 one time kit fee. Fabric provided.
One time sewing kit fee $10
All students will get their own sewing kit to take home after session is complete. This kit may be used for future sessions to avoid the additional fee. All fabric and sewing machines are provided.

Adult, Infant and Child CPR

This HEARTSAVER course, including the hands-only approach to CPR w/ AED, will be taught by instructors certified by the American Heart Association. Instructors: Regina Baker, RN and Sheryl Razney, RN.
Appropriate for ages 11 and up
Saturdays, 9am-1pm
Fall 2014

Class fee: $50 includes certification card

First Aid

This course will be taught by Regina Baker, RN and Sheryl Razney, RN. The instructors are certified by the American Heart Association.
Appropriate for ages 11 and up
Fall 2014
Class fee: $50 includes certification card

High School Music Challengehighschoolchallenge

Come hear great live music and support your friends!
Cast your vote for your favorite performer!
Musicians in grades 9-12



Final Event – Sunday, May 4 – 6pm-8pm
The top Fan Favorite performers will be invited back to perform in the final event in front of independent judges who will select the best performer in several categories. The open mic series is directed primarily to soloists or small ensembles (duos/trios) with or without vocals. Each event will feature a guest performer and be emceed by a local “celebrity”.
Best soloist
Best ensemble
Best original composition
Best instrumentalist
Best vocalist
Interested musicians, please contact jonathankirschner@verizon.net

Program Assistant

The Community House is seeking responsible Hamilton-Wenham High School incoming Fall 2014 Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors, 16 years or older, to work during Community House events. Part-Time, up to 10 hours per month. Base Pay: $8.50/hr.
Contact: Melissa Elmer or Bethany Johnson

Korean Karate

Free 30 day trial. Classes ongoing
Experience the benefits of martial arts training by The Karate Center.
For schedule and rates, contact Master James Harwood at 978-927-6671