Local Area Events

Catholic Familyland offers many camps and retreats throughout the year. Here is information on their summer programs: Join other families from around the country for a week of FAITH, FAMILY AND FUN! Each day begins with Mass and then opens up to a day of faith filled, family friendly activities. After Mass the family spends the morning in age specific activities all geared to teach, strengthen and share the faith. Throughout the afternoons and into the evenings enjoy family activities such as Bonfire Sing-along, Family Rosary, Family Square Dance, Family Games, Jungle Gym, Swimming, Horseback Riding, Action-packed Sporting Tournaments! Including: Softball, Basketball, Volleyball and more! For more information contact Laurie House at 765-5500 x1117 or visit www.familyland.org

This is an outreach by college students who volunteer three hours each week to a particular family for the semester. Some women have cars and others need to be picked up. For more information contact Kimberly Hahn 283-1017

Here are 3 area pumpkin patches for those looking. Happy Autumn!

Heavenly Harvest       http://www.heavenlyharvest.webs.com
Janoskis                        http://www.janoskis.com/pumpkinland.html
Hozak Farms               http://www.hozakfarms.com/fallactivites.html

Belleview Rosary Walk meets every Friday May through September. We meet in front of the Marians, 515 Belleview Blvd, and process around the top section of the Hill praying for our neighborhood, our city, and other intentions. We pray the Sorrowful Mysteries and the Divine Mercy Chaplet and then spend some time praying for individual intentions. Rain Cancels. All are welcome.

The Steubenville Convention and Visitors Bureau is compiling a list of fun and/or interesting things to do in the county – from good picnic or hiking sites to little-known restaurants or shops. If you have a favorite, please send it to Beth; check out the website: visitsteubenville.com and click on “Things to Do.”

The Center of Music and Art is pleased to extend an invitation to the homeschool community to join us in enriching the lives of children and young adults through the arts. The Center has long held to the principle that in education, as in life, it is personal attention that can bring out the best in us. Our excellent teacher to student ratio means that attention to the individual is a central part of our instructional philosophy.

This fall, we invite and welcome you to join us as we seek to serve the homeschool community through music, art, and drama education. We offer a homeschool art class the first and third Wednesday of each month. There are spaces available for private lessons in any type of instrument, voice, and art throughout the day. Many local homeschool students are already taking advantage of our flexible daytime scheduling.

We would also like to assist you in meeting the education needs of your children. Our excellent staff of trained professionals has experience in teaching a wide variety of subjects: art and music appreciation, music theory, choral ensembles, drama classes, and much more. We are planning to offer a Spanish language class and a homeschool chorus in the near future. We can also customize a group class of at least six students to suit your schedule.

Enrollment has also begun for the 2011 Fall Kindermusik program, which begins the last week of August and is designed for children age 3 months to 7 years. Kindermusik International is the world’s leading provider of music and movement programs for young children, enjoyed by over 1 million families in more than 60 countries. Certified instructors Alicia Hernon and Carolyn Glaub would be happy to welcome your children into the program.

Whatever your needs may be, The Center of Music and Art is ready to assist you. We welcome your input for class ideas and any other ways we can help. Feel free to call us at 740-264-3111 to discuss your needs or to schedule a meeting in person. You may email us at contact@musicandart.com, or visit our website www.musicandart.com
for more information.