New Church Life March/April 2017 - Page 97

  service, a dinner/date night and a recreational outing. Performing Arts Camp This camp will be held in the Mitchell Performing Arts Center on the Academy campus June 20-10 for 6 th , 7 th and 8 th graders. It will culminate with a performance of Disney’s The Lion King Jr. at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on June 30. Classes include blocking, vocal production, choreography and character development. The focus is on engaging the imagination and developing creativity and performance skills. For further information contact sarah.waelchli@ancss.org; 267-502-2678. Environmental Science Camp This camp for 7 th , 8 th and 9 th graders will take place August 7-11, with ANC science teachers helping campers explore water quality, identify trees, birds and wildlife, and offering survival and first aid skills. Contact jeremy. fehon@ancss.org or call Admissions at 267-502-2539. Glencairn Museum Mythology Summer Camp For children ages 9 and 10. Two weeks to choose from: Session One: June 19-23 Session Two: June 26-30 Daily hours are 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. The cost is $125 per student. Registration brochures were mailed on Monday, March 13. Each day of summer camp will start with a short worship service including a Bible story. Students will explore the mythologies of the ancient Egyptians, Native Americans, Greek and Romans, Mesopotamians and Celts. Daily activities include cooking, storytelling, crafts and archery. The overall theme of the summer camp is to show how the moral lessons taught in Bible stories are reflected in the myths of ancient peoples. For more information contact Christine McDonald, Education Coordinator for Glencairn Museum, at 267-502-2995 or christine.mcdonald@ glencairnmuseum.org. european assembly: august 4-7, 2017 There is a registration form on the website: http://europeanassembly.eu/ registration-form The booking deadline is Easter 2017 (April 16). Do consider joining us! distant voices The Swedenborg Society in England has just published Distant Voices: Sketches of a Swedenborgian World View by John S Haller Jr., with a Foreword by Devin Zuber. The Society notes: “The legacy of the Enlightenment philosopher, scientist and mystic Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) permeated widely throughout 19th century literature, art and social reform movements. In Distant Voices, 163