South Sudanese Enrichment for Families
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Saturday Bridges - Schedule

Whole-family programming & community connections

Saturday Bridges - Schedule

 

SPRING 2018:

FOR ADULTS:
March 31, 2018
The History of Sudan  a panel discussion with Michael La Rue & Hugo Kamya
Comparing Cultures: America & Sudan   a discussion with Jessica Bethany     

April 7, 2018     
Living in Two Worlds discussion with Anna Ornstein     
Culture Shock!: Its Impact on Our Minds & Bodies  a discussion with Margaret Hosmer Martens

April 28, 2018     
Boston Basics: What Young Children Need and Want discussion with Ronald Ferguson     
Raising Families in America  discussion with Jessica Bethany & Margaret Hosmer Martens     

May 5, 2018     
Women Working Together: Learning & Practicing Tools for Success in a New Society  discussion with Jessica Bethany & Margaret Hosmer Martens         

May 12, 2018         
Women Working Together: Learning & Practicing Tools for Success in a New Society  discussion with Jessica Bethany & Margaret Hosmer Martens     
Continuing the Conversation - Straddling Worlds: Anna Ornstein    

May 19, 2018     
The Family discussion for men and women with Jessica Bethany & Margaret Hosmer Martens     
Wrap Up discussion with Susan Winship     

There will also be Adult Writing, Tutoring, and one-on-one Mentoring (by appointment) from 2-5 each Saturday on the Lincoln-Hartwell Campus.

FOR INFANTS: 
Infant Babysitting from 2-5 each Saturday on the Lincoln-Hartwell Campus.

FOR 3-4 YEAR-OLDS: 
Preschool Sessions from 2-5 each Saturday on the Lincoln-Hartwell Campus.

FOR SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN:
Outdoor Education at Drumlin Farm for children in Kindergarten – 8th grade
The children will be placed into small groups led by a Drumlin Farm guide and SSEF volunteers each Saturday. Meet at 2 PM on the Lincoln-Hartwell Campus.

FOR TEENS: 
The teens will be invited to the first two sessions with the adults  on March 31 and April 7. These sessions are The History of Sudan presented by Michael La Rue and Hugo Kamya and also Living in Two Cultures lead by Anna Ornstein. The SSEF Teen Coordinator will meet with Teens the last four sessions of the program with a focus on preparing for college and mastering the MBTA.  These sessions will include a field trip to Brandeis University with a focus on what to look for when visiting college campuses, a field trip using the MBTA into Harvard Square, and a day of canoeing and discussion.