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Art Studio

  1. Free Creative Art Saturday at The Art Studio

    August 13, 2022, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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    Art Studio

    Create a fun art project with a local artist. Call (302) 995-7661 for more information. Registration is not required. Ideal for children ages 4+, adults and families! FREE

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Art Studio - Youth

  1. Movers & Shakers, Music & Movement

    August 13, 2022, 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
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    Art Studio

    Movers & Shakers, is a music & movement class that is fun, lively and educational too! It is an opportunity for children and their caregiver to be introduced to songs & lyrics, rhythms & rhymes, & other fun games & activities too. We will sing, dance, explore colorful, musical instruments of all kinds, reach for bubbles & scarves soaring through the air, and much more!! Class is designed for children ages 10mo - 5yrs of age and a caregiver.

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Garfield Park Recreational Center

  1. AIKIDO

    August 13, 2022, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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    MP B

    A powerful martial arts form that increases body awareness, energy flow and ease of movement. for information or to register, call (302) 368-7081 or visit diamondstateaikido.com. Ages 16-Adults

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Glasgow Park

  1. Zumba® at the Frazer House

    August 13, 2022, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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    Bank Barn

    ZUMBA Instructor: Gina-Marie Brown One 1-hour classes, $6 CASH drop-in fee/class

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Rockwood

  1. Growing in the Conservatory: The Botanical Collection

    August 13, 2022, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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    Rockwood Museum

    Join Rockwood staff within one of America’s oldest attached Conservatories to discuss this architectural jewel and the unique origins of the plants collected there. Many of these plants were popularized in America and Europe through global colonization efforts by Western powers. When available, more information will be provided about the 19th-century plant specimens originally collected by the Conservatory’s first owner, Joseph Shipley, an amateur botanist. Ages 14+. Use “Art-Reach2022” and “RPPS2022” coupon codes at check out to unlock membership discount – must provide proof of membership at the beginning of the tour. The tour involves some stairs.

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Rockwood Tours

  1. Apothecary Garden Walking Tour at Rockwood

    August 13, 2022, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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    South Lawn

    The native plants growing in Rockwood's Apothecary Garden have been used throughout the ages for medicinal purposes by people of European and Native American descent. Tour the Garden and discover the surprising connections between healing plants and the inhabitants of Rockwood Mansion. Take a few minutes to reflect on the water fountain within this multi-sensory site. Ages 14+. Folding chairs are recommended. Use “Art-Reach2022” and “RPPS2022” coupon codes at check out to unlock membership discount – must provide proof of membership at the beginning of the tour.

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  2. The Bachelor Collectors: The Arts of Rockwood

    August 13, 2022, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
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    Rockwood Museum

    Join Rockwood’s Director, Ryan Grover, through a highlights tour of the museum’s fine and decorative art collections. Each generation that lived at Rockwood, from the 1850s through the 20th century, added important arts and antiques to the house spanning the 17th-20th centuries and originating from Europe, the Americas, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Two especially important figures in this collection include Joseph Shipley and his great-nephew Edward Bringhurst V – instead of marrying they both committed themselves to their aesthetic and cultural interests becoming early art collectors within the region. The tour will end in the conservatory, the best object in the collection, with complimentary drinks.

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