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-July 7 through Aug. 8, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
-Ages 7-11
-$30 per day

This year's Summer Camp is going to be one like you have never seen before! We will fuel the minds of our future generations of engineers, teachers, astronauts and doctors. Activities will include science experiments, field trips and art class. Your child will be learning all about energy conservation, renewable and nonrenewable resources, where energy comes from, and an in-depth look at petroleum and offshore drilling. It is guaranteed your child will be energized to learn more about the world around them and how it works!

For more registration or more information contact the Bush Library and Museum Education Department at (979) 691-4006 or emailbush.education@nara.gov.


 

Habitat Build Informational Meeting

Habitat for Humanity will be hosting informational meetings about the process of building and owning a house through Habitat. We will be having three meetings August 2, 2014, the times for those meetings will be 9 and 10 a.m. for English speakers, and 11 a.m. for Spanish speakers.

Hispaniola Medical Charity Benefit Concert Featuring Del Castillo

On Saturday, August 2nd, Grand Stafford Theater will be hosting a benefit concert for Hispaniola Medical Charity featuring Latino rock sensation, Del Castillo. Learn how to dance salsa, listen to great music, and hear about how Hispaniola Medical Charity impacts the people they meet on their missions.

Hispaniola Medical Charity is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide medical, surgical and dental care to the impoverished people on the island of Hispaniola. Hispaniola is the home of Haiti on the west and the Dominican Republic on the East. Each year they put on an event to help raise funds for their trip to Hispaniola. Hispaniola Medical Charity will be expanding to two trips this coming year.

Drilling for Treasures

-July 7 through Aug. 8, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
-Ages 7-11
-$30 per day

This year's Summer Camp is going to be one like you have never seen before! We will fuel the minds of our future generations of engineers, teachers, astronauts and doctors. Activities will include science experiments, field trips and art class. Your child will be learning all about energy conservation, renewable and nonrenewable resources, where energy comes from, and an in-depth look at petroleum and offshore drilling. It is guaranteed your child will be energized to learn more about the world around them and how it works!

For more registration or more information contact the Bush Library and Museum Education Department at (979) 691-4006 or emailbush.education@nara.gov.


 

Pickleball

Let's play pickleball!  A sport for all ages.  Played indoors or out.  Pickleball is a sport that combines elemnets of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. Played on a court the size of a badminton court.  Seniors LOVE IT!  A great way of staying active, getting exercise, making new friends.  It's taught in schools & colleges, but mainly friends teach friends.  It teaches sportsmanship, eye-hand coordination and provides plenty of exercise and competition.  You don't have to be tall and powerful.  This is a game of strategy, for both men and women, yound and old alike.

WARNING:  It may be addictive!!!

Where played:  Mondays and Thursdays at the Bryan Tennis Center adjacent to Harvey Mitchell Elementary School, 2400 Austin's Colony Parkway, Bryan, TX 77808 @ 5:30.  All are in invited.

We also play, Women only, ages 50 years and older, Tuesdays @ A & M Church of Christ located at 2475 Earl Rudder Fwy @ 5:30.

For more info contact:  Theresa Ruffino Connaughton

832-453-3388

 

Drilling for Treasures

-July 7 through Aug. 8, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
-Ages 7-11
-$30 per day

This year's Summer Camp is going to be one like you have never seen before! We will fuel the minds of our future generations of engineers, teachers, astronauts and doctors. Activities will include science experiments, field trips and art class. Your child will be learning all about energy conservation, renewable and nonrenewable resources, where energy comes from, and an in-depth look at petroleum and offshore drilling. It is guaranteed your child will be energized to learn more about the world around them and how it works!

For more registration or more information contact the Bush Library and Museum Education Department at (979) 691-4006 or emailbush.education@nara.gov.


 

Pickleball

Let's play pickleball!  A sport for all ages.  Played indoors or out.  Pickleball is a sport that combines elemnets of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. Played on a court the size of a badminton court.  Seniors LOVE IT!  A great way of staying active, getting exercise, making new friends.  It's taught in schools & colleges, but mainly friends teach friends.  It teaches sportsmanship, eye-hand coordination and provides plenty of exercise and competition.  You don't have to be tall and powerful.  This is a game of strategy, for both men and women, yound and old alike.

WARNING:  It may be addictive!!!

Where played:  Mondays and Thursdays at the Bryan Tennis Center adjacent to Harvey Mitchell Elementary School, 2400 Austin's Colony Parkway, Bryan, TX 77808 @ 5:30.  All are in invited.

We also play, Women only, ages 50 years and older, Tuesdays @ A & M Church of Christ located at 2475 Earl Rudder Fwy @ 5:30.

For more info contact:  Theresa Ruffino Connaughton

832-453-3388

 

Drilling for Treasures

-July 7 through Aug. 8, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
-Ages 7-11
-$30 per day

This year's Summer Camp is going to be one like you have never seen before! We will fuel the minds of our future generations of engineers, teachers, astronauts and doctors. Activities will include science experiments, field trips and art class. Your child will be learning all about energy conservation, renewable and nonrenewable resources, where energy comes from, and an in-depth look at petroleum and offshore drilling. It is guaranteed your child will be energized to learn more about the world around them and how it works!

For more registration or more information contact the Bush Library and Museum Education Department at (979) 691-4006 or emailbush.education@nara.gov.


 

Drilling for Treasures

-July 7 through Aug. 8, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
-Ages 7-11
-$30 per day

This year's Summer Camp is going to be one like you have never seen before! We will fuel the minds of our future generations of engineers, teachers, astronauts and doctors. Activities will include science experiments, field trips and art class. Your child will be learning all about energy conservation, renewable and nonrenewable resources, where energy comes from, and an in-depth look at petroleum and offshore drilling. It is guaranteed your child will be energized to learn more about the world around them and how it works!

For more registration or more information contact the Bush Library and Museum Education Department at (979) 691-4006 or emailbush.education@nara.gov.


 

Pickleball

Let's play pickleball!  A sport for all ages.  Played indoors or out.  Pickleball is a sport that combines elemnets of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. Played on a court the size of a badminton court.  Seniors LOVE IT!  A great way of staying active, getting exercise, making new friends.  It's taught in schools & colleges, but mainly friends teach friends.  It teaches sportsmanship, eye-hand coordination and provides plenty of exercise and competition.  You don't have to be tall and powerful.  This is a game of strategy, for both men and women, yound and old alike.

WARNING:  It may be addictive!!!

Where played:  Mondays and Thursdays at the Bryan Tennis Center adjacent to Harvey Mitchell Elementary School, 2400 Austin's Colony Parkway, Bryan, TX 77808 @ 5:30.  All are in invited.

We also play, Women only, ages 50 years and older, Tuesdays @ A & M Church of Christ located at 2475 Earl Rudder Fwy @ 5:30.

For more info contact:  Theresa Ruffino Connaughton

832-453-3388

 

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