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Your Child Didn’t Get the Part (S)he Wanted. Now What?

By: Dr. Ali Hill Relationships are powerful. As human beings, our brains are hardwired for connection. We really need other people, and when our children see their friends gets the part in the play they wanted, the frustration, anger and jealousy can rip apart relationships and make our kids feel badly about themselves. As parents,

Intermediate/Advanced Ceramics

Ages 15 and up Wednesdays, 9 a.m.—noon Winter session: Jan. 5—March 9, 10 weeks: $200/JCC; $240/non-member Spring session: March 16—May 18, 8 weeks: $160/JCC; $192/non-member (no classes 3/30 or 4/20) Frankel Clay Studio Instructor: Vicky Smith


Ages 15 and up Tuesdays, 6:30–9:30 p.m. Winter session: Jan. 4—March 8, 10 weeks: $200/JCC; $240/non-member Spring session: March 15—May 17 (no class 3/29, 4/19 or 4/26), 7 weeks: $140/JCC ;168/non-member; Frankel Clay Studio Instructor: Todd Redmond

Filmmaking for Youth

Grades 7—12 (ages 12—18) Tuesdays, 4—5:30 p.m. Feb. 8—May 24 & Sun., Feb. 13, 1:15—3:15 p.m. (No class 4/19 and 4/26) Greinetz Art Studio 13 sessions:$299/JCC; $359/non-member Instructor: Educational Media Organization