April Vacation Camp

2014 Waterbury April Camp

Spring Programs start Monday, March 24th!

 

New *Girl Friends

Saturday’s 9:30am-11:30am

Come for TWO hours packed with fun and exciting games.  Meet new friends!

For girls ages 6+    Session Fee: $60

 

Zumba (ages 5+)  Mondays, 6:00—7:00 pm.

Get that heart rate moving while having a blast! Move and dance to amazing music with a twist! Adults welcome!

Fee: $45 per session or $6 per class

 

Karate (ages 6+) Thursdays, 6:00—7:00pm

Based in Cheezic Tang Soo Do Martial Arts Technique, girls learn martial arts, discipline, and physical fitness!

Fee: $110 (includes grading fee)

 

Salsa Dancing (ages 6+)  Wednesday’s 5:30-6:30PM

Girls will experiment with tempo and rhythm, learn the basic steps to popular Latin dances and have fun using their imagination.  Knowledge of different cultures and genres of music is explored and an introduction to Spanish vocabulary is encouraged through song, dance and celebration!

Fee: $60.00

 

* NEW* Skills and Drills

Enhancing girls’ motor skills while introducing girls to the world of  sports. Participants focus on the skills and    strategies of a variety of sports. Girls learn the concepts of offense, defense, and teamwork, and develop  sport-specific skills in a progression that leads to game readiness and provides a foundation for lifelong                  participation in sports.

 

Tuesday’s

Grades 1st-4th:    5:30PM-6:15PM

Grades 5th-8th:   6:15PM-7PM

Fee: $ 60

 

Thursdays

Grades 1st-4th:    5:30PM-6:15PM

Grades 5th-8th:   6:15PM-7PM

Fee: $ 60

 

Saturday Morning Sports

9:30AM-11:30AM

Fee: $60

 

 

 

 

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Girls Inc. of SWCT Girls walk to Hawaii as part of the Coca-Cola Step It Up Challenge!

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As part of the Coca-Cola Step it Up Challenge, Girls Inc. of SWCT Girls added some fun and “walked” to Hawaii afterschool.  Close to 40 girls and staff members participated in the 6 week program that promoted healthy movement during their afterschool program, recording all of their movements with pedometers.  Girls were challenged to increase their steps by at least 25% during this program.  At the conclusion of the program, the girls logged just shy of 500,000 steps, enough to get them to Hawaii!!

 

In celebration of their success, the girls through a huge Luau party, right here in Waterbury!  Complete with music, grass skirts, tropical foods and games, the girls had a blast and enjoyed their accomplishment!  The best part is that the girls had so much fun, they continue to be up and active, with an eye on their next tropical visit.

 

The Cola-Cola Foundation has partnered with organizations that have a meaningful impact in communities around the globe. The Coca-Cola Foundation and Girls Inc. partnered this year to bring the Step It Up Challenge to our national network. A part of our Mind + Body initiative, this program is designed to encourage girls, along with staff, volunteers and family members, to increase their daily activity level by taking more steps.

Back by popular demand, Girls Incorporated of Southwestern Connecticut extends their Friday Night Programs in Prospect.

Girls Inc. of SWCT is back in Prospect and offering fun filled Friday night programs for girls ages 6-12 through the Prospect Parks and Recreation Department starting Friday, March 7th!

Each Friday has a fun and exciting theme such as PJ Movie night, Mad Science, Creative Art and Fun Friday. This seven week program starts Friday, March 7th and runs until April 25th (No Program during school vacation, 4/18) from 6-8PM.  This program will take place at the Meeting Place in Prospect, 30 Center Street. The fee of the program is $40 for the seven sessions and includes a snack. Space is limited.

 

To register for this program, please call Prospect Parks and Recreation at   203-758-4461. For more information about this program, please call the program office, 203-756-4639 or email reception@girlsincswct.org.

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Girls Inc. of SWCT is coming to The Sterling House in Stratford in March!

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For girls ages 6-9

Session 1: SMART Girls  Ready to get your hands dirty? This six-week hands on program gives girls the opportunity to  explore the world of  science in an all girl environment. Make   lava lamps, volcanoes, slime, and much more! A great program for a curious mind!

Session 2:  Healthy Mind & Body– A great program that will focus on Self Esteem, Nutrition and Physical Activity, Sports, Body Basics & Image in a fun and informative matter.

 

For girls ages 10+

Session 1: Media Mavens- In this 6 week program girls get hands-on with all that is media. Every day girls get to make mini-media productions, like radio segments, news stories, music videos, and more! The girls will also work towards a big production at the end of the program.

 

Session 2:  Junior Leaders—will empower girls to enrich their communities by exploring their own ability, and responsibility, to produce positive, long-term social change. All girls will receive a leadership certificate at the end of the program!

 

 

Girls Incorporated of Southwestern Connecticut is looking for Strong, Smart and Bold Girls!

Calling all Girls Inc. girls…nominations are now being accepted for our Annual Spotlight On Our Future Awards!  Girls are asked to describe why they are strong, smart and bold and include a letter of support from their parent/guardian, teacher/coach and the Girls Inc. team.

This annual event showcases and salutes the valuable work and contribution of Girls Inc. of SWCT girls, women, community partners, and volunteers who exemplify the core mission to inspire all girls to girls to be strong, smart, and bold℠.

The Annual Spotlight On Our Future Event will be held on Thursday, May 8, 2014 at the main facility and include a silent and live auction, dinner, awards ceremony and exclusive entertainment provided by a variety of talented Girls Inc. SWCT girls.  All proceeds from the event go towards continued and expanded programs for our girls throughout Greater Waterbury.  All girls are recognized at this event along with two Spotlight winners each for elementary, middle and high school categories.

Nomination forms for the Strong, Smart, and Bold Awards are out and due by Friday, February 28th 2014. If you would like a copy, please call 203-756-4639 or email PLaliberte@girlsincswct.org .  Exclusive sponsorship opportunities are available for this exciting evening by contacting hleone@girlsincswct.org

 

Girls Inc. STEM Explores launches in Southbury this March!

Southbury STEM at Calvary Church March 2014

Girls Inc. of SWCT 150th Birthday Bash

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Meeting notes from 150 years ago today, on January 15, 1864.

One hundred and fifty years ago today, on January 15, 1864, a group of seven women got together out of concern for the youth of our great city. Today, we honor their efforts and remember all the girls who have been welcomed into our programs and who left to make a difference in the world.

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Girls Incorporated of Southwestern Connecticut brings their Mind & Body Program to Middlebury Parks and Recreation

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This five week program starts Tuesday February 4th. Please sign up with Middlebury Parks and Recreation Department, #203-758-2520 by Friday, January 31st 2014.