Do Something opens new location

With its new home base Do Something will be offering classes and activities to Millet and the surrounding area.

DO SOMETHING - Get your kids to Do Something this summer. Kaitlyn White

Get your kids to Do Something this summer. The magazine opened its new location at 5104 50 street, Millet. With its new home base Do Something will be offering classes and activities to Millet and the surrounding area.

Dance classes will be offered for $125 targeting children 6 and under. Wiggles & Giggles for 6 and under and, Structured Movement for ages 5 and 6. Also available this summer will be week long summer fun days, with daily crafts and theme days. For children 3-11, there will only be room for 10 kids per week. $90 for the week includes daily lunches, classes run from 9-3.

You can book your child’s next birthday party at Do Something. Parties will be on Saturdays at either 11:30 a.m. or 2 p.m. The two hour parties include a painted canvas and small goody bag. For 6 children the cost is $125, additional children are $5 each.

This fall the location will be running art classes targeted for 4-6 year olds and 7-12 year olds. The classes offered will be paint, clay and a do it yourself class. Fees will be $125. Each child will get the chance to participate in an “art gala”.  They will present their art and talk about it. At the end of the night will be an auction that each child can choose one piece of their art to be in. The money raised will go to the art studio and it will be donated to non-profit groups and charities.

Self-esteem workshops for girls between the ages of 10-17 are offered by Do Something. Aimed at building the confidence of the girls attending, the classes run weekly for eight weeks. The registration fee is $80 and includes a book, journal, t-shirt and A Promise to You ceremony.

As always Do Something magazine is looking for youth to contribute creative writing and artwork. A magazine for kids, by kids Do Something is involved in the Leduc, Millet, Devon, Calmar and Beaumont communities. The magazine is free and distributed by-monthly throughout the school year to the junior and seniors high schools of the involved communities. Do Something also prides itself on volunteering and being involved in the communities it covers.

For information on any of these programs or to submit to the magazine contact Angela at 780-224-2303 or dosomethingmagazine@gmail.com.  You can also visit their Facebook page, Do Something magazine.

 

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