Harold Price

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    Harold Price

    English for Newcomers to Brookline and Boston
    Are you new to the Brookline and Boston area? Would you like to learn more about your community as well as Boston’s past and present while improving your English? Through readings, interactive activities, and lively discussions, we will explore Boston’s many distinct neighborhoods including famous cultural and historical sites and icons that may include the North and South End, Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Copley Square, Fenway Park, and more. We will aso learn about Brookline’s unique community and discuss why so many who move to Boston area choose to make Brookline their home. For our last class, we will choose a neighborhood to visit together. Your children are welcome to come and play, draw and have fun while we learn!
    Please e-mail Cecilia info@thegoldenchickpeacenter.com or Juliana jkanegis@yahoo.com for any questions or more information.
    Space is limited to 10 families.
    Total Sessions: 8
    Tuesdays, 10:00 am -11:30 am
    Begins on October 13th, 2015. The Golden Chickpea Center, 224 Washington

    Harold Price

    Now booking music and puppet performances for the 2015-2016 school year. Rick is available for all kinds of school performances, including assemblies, parents’ nights, festivals and fairs, and fundraisers.

    His programs feature original songs with acoustic guitar accompaniment, singing and talking animal puppets (for younger children) and lots of movement, humor, and audience participation, and they are appropriate for grades Pre-K to Grade 5. He can do full school concerts or separate shows for the younger and older children.

    Over the past year he has been writing new songs and building props for his “Math is My Middle Name” and “Science is Fun!” math and science programs. These programs are very flexible and can cover a wide range of S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) topics, and can be adapted to content appropriate for the age groups he’s working with.

    Rick is also still presenting “I Like To Read” program which works well for reading incentives and all kinds of reading and literacy events.

    He has been playing music for children full-time since 1990. Over the years he has presented over 3500 children’s concerts all over New England and kids have a great time at his shows.

    Please visit the website (www.rickgoldin.com) for links to math and science and other videos.

    If you’d like he can also send you a free copy of my “I Like To Read” CD, or send you digital files of his songs that you can upload to your phone or iPod.

    For more information please contact by email at rickg44@verizon.net, or at 978-453-2550.

    Rick Goldin
    Lowell, MA

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