, Kingston, NH


April 17, 2014

Sandown Rec News


LEGO ENGINEERING: An exciting new offering for participants in Grades 1-3 this program will be offered on Thursday afternoons at Sandown North School at the end of the school day until 4:45 p.m. Sandown Recreation has partnered with Play-Well TEKnologies to offer this pre-engineering with LEGO fun for boys and girls interested in building cities, bridges and motorized cars and planes. Participants will have access to over 100,000 pieces of LEGO and will be guided by a Play-Well engineering instructor. The cost is the six-week course is $100.00 per participant. Registration for non-resident students in Grades 1-3 is now open. The maximum class size is 16.

MAD SCIENCE: An exciting science enrichment experience is coming to Sandown Central for participants in Grades 4 and 5 for six-weeks beginning April 17. Participants will enjoy this fun, educational program where they will explore the topics of color, electricity, light, magnetism, optics and sound. Each sixty-minute class will include hands-on experiments, cool demonstrations and weekly take-homes. Session is $77.00 per child.

Detailed information and registration forms for each program may be found online at and navigate to the recreation page. Contact the recreation office at 887-1872 for hard copies of information. Most programs are open to non-residents and additional fees may apply. Contact Recreation Director Deb Brown if you need additional information on any program. Phone the office to register. Space is limited. Please note registration deadlines where applicable.

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