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Tuesday April 7, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Intro to Yoga & Mindfulness - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
Wednesday April 8, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Pottery - Pottery for Kids
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: 6 Week Program.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: 6 Week Program.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: 2 Day classes (Session 1 & Session 2)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Thursday April 9, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Pottery - Clay Play
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: 6 Week Program.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: 6 Week Program.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: 2 Day classes (Session 1 & Session 2)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Friday April 10, 2020
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Dance Class - Dance With Me
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM    Dance Class - First Steps
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Monday April 13, 2020
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Spring 2020
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Head Engineer - Independant Exploration (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C, D)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session A - Mission Rescue
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session B - Clean up (Pre-requisite Session A)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session C - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Session A&B)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session D - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Tuesday April 14, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Intro to Yoga & Mindfulness - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
Wednesday April 15, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Pottery - Pottery for Kids
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: 6 Week Program.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: 6 Week Program.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: 2 Day classes (Session 1 & Session 2)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Thursday April 16, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Pottery - Clay Play
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: 6 Week Program.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: 6 Week Program.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: 2 Day classes (Session 1 & Session 2)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Friday April 17, 2020
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Dance Class - Dance With Me
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM    Dance Class - First Steps
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Monday April 20, 2020
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Spring 2020
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Head Engineer - Independant Exploration (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C, D)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session A - Mission Rescue
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session B - Clean up (Pre-requisite Session A)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session C - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Session A&B)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session D - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Tuesday April 21, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Intro to Yoga & Mindfulness - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
Wednesday April 22, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Thursday April 23, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Friday April 24, 2020
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Dance Class - Dance With Me
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM    Dance Class - First Steps
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Monday April 27, 2020
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Spring 2020
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Tuesday April 28, 2020
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Pottery - Pottery for Kids
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: 6 Week Program.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: 6 Week Program.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: 2 Day classes (Session 1 & Session 2)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Intro to Yoga & Mindfulness - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
Wednesday April 29, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Pottery - Pottery for Kids
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: 6 Week Program.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: 6 Week Program.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: 2 Day classes (Session 1 & Session 2)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Thursday April 30, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - April 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Friday May 1, 2020
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Dance Class - Dance With Me
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM    Dance Class - First Steps
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Monday May 4, 2020
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Spring 2020
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Head Engineer - Independant Exploration (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C, D)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session A - Mission Rescue
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session B - Clean up (Pre-requisite Session A)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session C - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Session A&B)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session D - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@milfordct.gov
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Tuesday May 5, 2020
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Pottery - Pottery for Kids
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: 6 Week Program.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: 6 Week Program.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: 2 Day classes (Session 1 & Session 2)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Intro to Yoga & Mindfulness - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
Wednesday May 6, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Spring 2020
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Pottery - Pottery for Kids
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: 6 Week Program.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: 6 Week Program.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: 2 Day classes (Session 1 & Session 2)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Thursday May 7, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - May 2020
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Spring 2020
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.