Marygrove College is pleased to announce that it has opened enrollment for its new six-week Summer Kids Camp for children ages seven to twelve years old. Camp begins June 26.
“Marygrove’s summer program is unique and exciting,” said Assistant Director of Admissions, Recruitment, and Enrollment Annemarie Nguyen, “not only because students will spend much of their summer on a real college campus, but also because our program successfully strikes a balance between academics and summer fun.”
In addition to game play, swimming, and inclusive spirituality sessions, students are given the opportunity to pursue their interests by choosing from a variety of courses including French, Arabic, dance, art, and athletics.
Summer Kids Camp, which runs from June 26 to August 4, brings students to the college’s campus five days a week from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost for the six-week program is $699 and includes lunch, snacks, and day care from 8 to 9 a.m. and 3 to 4:30 p.m. for those who need it. A $200 deposit is required.
For more information about Summer Kids Camp, contact Annemarie Nguyen at (313) 927-1250 or email@example.com.
Tomorrow, former Dean of Faculty and Emeritus Professor of English Dr. Donald Levin will celebrate the publication of his newest novel, The Forgotten Child, at the Lawrence Street Gallery.
Purchase your copy, have it signed, and listen to the author read from his work!
Saturday, June 10
2 – 4 p.m.
Lawrence Street Gallery
22620 Woodward Avenue
Institute of Music and Dance Presents: A Marygrove String Ensemble Concert
Liberal Arts Building
Marygrove College Theatre
This concert, led by Music Director and Conductor Anida Margariti, will feature the music of Handel, Mozart, Vivaldi, Piazzolla, and others. Admission is free.
For more information, contact Judith Molina, (313) 927-1306
RIOT OR REBELLION? Remembering 1967 to 2017: A Community Conversation on Race
This First Friday Forums event takes a closer look at how the racist conditions endured by Blacks in Detroit lead to a rebellion that challenges the systems and institutions that perpetuate racial injustice, then and now.
Friday | June 2, 2017 | 6PM – 9PM
Detroit Historical Museum
5401 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
Moderated by: Freda G. Sampson
Panelist: Malik Yakini, Martina Guzman, and Marygrove alums
Maureen Taylor, and Alia Harvey-Quinn
Light dinner provided | Free parking is available. For more info or to RSVP, call (313) 870-1500 x107