WHAT- January 26, 2018

January 26, 2018

UPCOMING EVENTS
THIS Sunday, Jan. 28 – Family Soup Night – 5:30-7:30pm
Some Harmony families are interested in starting a monthly Sunday potluck get together. Join us this Sunday for our first soup night, and bring a friend! We will offer vegetarian and gluten-free options, and the gym will be open for kids. If you wish, bring food or drink to share–or just bring yourself and your family!

Saturday, Feb. 10 – Chocolate Prom at Rhino’s – 7pm-11pm
It’s that time of year again– our 10th annual Chocolate Prom is coming up on February 10th at Rhino’s from 7-11pm! Come support Rhino’s, gorge on chocolate, get your photo taken and dance the night away! Tickets are $10 per person or $15 per couple.

Monday, Feb. 19 – Staff Retreat – School Closed (Except for ECP)

FROM THE OFFICE
Germs
This week, we have had several students out sick. If your child is feeling under the weather (even without a fever or vomiting) PLEASE keep them home. This will allow them some rest to recuperate, while protecting other students from catching it. If your child has a bad cough, we recommend taking them to the doctor, since we have had verified Whooping Cough in the school.

Coffee Mugs, Forks, Bowls, and Umbrellas
Harmony needs donations of the before mentioned items. If you have some you could spare, please consider making a donation.

Lotus Blossoms at Harmony
Every year, we have the opportunity to bring artists from around the world to Harmony, to perform for our students. This event is made possible through thoughtful donations from the Harmony Community. If you are interested in sponsoring this year’s event, please reply to this message or contact the office. The total cost is $400, although smaller, contributing donations would be welcome. Thank you for your consideration.

First Friday of Every Month: Clubs at Harmony
We are still looking for Clubs leaders for this semester. First Friday of February, March and April from 1-2:45. It is for K-8th grade and a great opportunity to share what you love with students. Contact LB @ lbwayne@harmonyschool.org for more information.

Results from the Clothes Drive
Thank you to everyone who donated clothes. We had an incredible turn out and donated SOOOOO much to All Options and the Shalom Center.

COMMUNITY NEWS
Financial Peace University
Who – Anyone wanting more financial peace
When – Mondays, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm, starting February 12th
Where – Harmony School
Join us for this 9 week program using Dave Ramsey’s proven methods for taking control of your finances. Learn how to save money, pay off debt and achieve financial peace.
For more info on Financial Peace University go to: fpu.com
For questions contact Eric Barber at 812-219-7560
Registration required. Register at: www.fpu.com/1059398

Dance Party, Sat. Feb. 10, 7-9pm at Harmony School, by Voces Novae
$10 admission. Children 12 and under free
This family-friendly event will feature choral waltzes and polkas, swing and Latin dances, Motown, rock-n-roll, and American Songbook favorites, a band, a bake sale, and guest performances by members of IU’s Music Theatre BFA program. You can enjoy this Choral Pops program sitting down or dancing! www.vocesnovae.org

Saturdays, Now – March 31st from 9:00AM – 12:30PM at Harmony School
Over 30 vendors offer a variety of produce, meats, eggs, dairy, soaps, flowers, plants, mushrooms, honey, prepared foods, and holiday items. Come for breakfast, live music, and diverse selection of local vendors. . Winter Market is a dynamic experience for the whole family.

Saturday Science Education QUEST
Saturdays, February 3 – March 3 from 9:30AM-12PM
Registration Required
Saturday Science is a hands-on, minds on science workshop for grades K-8 hosted by the Science Education department at Indiana University. The attached flyer and following website, http://education.indiana.edu/collaboration-outreach/outreach/science-quest/index.html can be accessed to obtain further information and to register for the session.

Writing Our Resilience – A self-care retreat day for teens
Who: Teens and Young Women in Middle and High School
When: 1 Day Retreat- March 25th – 1-5pm
Take time out to connect with other writers, refuel, and reflect on our creative lives.
We’ll use the safe circle practices of Young Women Writing for (a) Change to both pause and play. Facilitated by Beth Lodge-Rigal and Laura Lasuertmer
For full descriptions, to register, please go to our website. Tuition assistance is available. Please ask us about that.
Registration: www.womenwritingbloomington.org
Questions: Contact@womenwritingbloomington.org

Imagination Creation!
Who: Girls, grades 4-6
When: 4 sessions, the first Sunday of the month, February 4, March 4, April 8 (note this is the second Sunday), May 6th 1pm-4pm
Through play, story and visualization girls in grades 4-6 will be invited to tap into their most creative selves. Themes will include Journey, Small Spaces, Garden of Your Dreams and Out of this World. Facilitated by Laura Lasuertmer and Angi Sullivan
For full descriptions, to register, please go to our website. Tuition assistance is available. Please ask us about that.
Registration: www.womenwritingbloomington.org
Questions: Contact@womenwritingbloomington.org

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