Upcoming at The Depot: Girl talk, sixth grade social, Saturdays open to eighth graders
October through December
LiveGirlTalk is a 10-week facilitated discussion group that creates a brave space for girls. The small group meets weekly with a professional mentor to share concerns and interests. The curriculum-based program builds social emotional intelligence and self-esteem. The overall goal of LiveGirlTalk is to build social emotional intelligence and self-esteem. In other words, the goal is to help girls truly love and believe in themselves and equip them with the leadership skills necessary to have a positive impact on the world. This will be accomplished by providing a high dosage of positivity and inspiration over ten weeks, while facilitating the participants’ self-discovery of their inner LiveGirl, so that upon completion of the program they are prepared to live our leadership values. This 10-week free program is going to be offered at The Depot beginning Monday, Oct. 1 through Dec. 14 from 4:15 to 5:30 p.m. The concession will be open.
Sixth grade ice cream social
Friday, Sept. 28
All sixth graders are invited to attend the sixth grader ice cream social from 3 to 4:30 on Friday, Sept. 28. The cost is $10
Eighth grader September Saturdays
7 to 10 p.m.
The Depot Youth Center will be open Saturdays in September to all eighth graders from 7 to 10 pm. Basketball, ping pong, pool, video games and more. The concession will be open.
The Depot is at 25 Heights Road. For more information, contact Janice Marzano at 203-655-0812 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.