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Thursday, July 31, 2014
Rockville Centre News and Events, Week of Nov. 15
(Page 6 of 7)

The artistic efforts of members of the National League of American Pen Women will be displayed in our Lower Galleries throughout the month of November. Artists have used a variety of materials, styles and media. The National League of American Pen Women is an organization of professional women artists, writers, composers, photographers and lecturers. National headquarters is in the League owned Pen-Arts Building in Washington D.C. There are more than 6000 members divided among the 220 branches throughout the United States, with 40 members belonging to the Long Island Branch. NLAPW’s purposes and objectives are to conduct and promote literacy, to provide educational and charitable activities in the fields of Arts, Letters and Music, and to encourage the production of creative work in these fields. The organization awards scholarships and Certificates of Proficiency, along with Biennial awards

At the

Rec Center

111 N. Oceanside Road

(516) 678-9338 or 9339

Informational flyers on all activities are available on the village website at www.RVCNY.us. Call (516) 678-9338 for recreation schedules and fees or visit the village web site, www.rvcny.us

Roll Around Fun

Residents can treat their chilren, between the ages of 1-4, to a cornucopia of fun in the Rec Center's indoor plaground from 9-10:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 23, Saturday, Nov. 24 and Sunday, Nov. 25. The fee is $12 per family for a single visit, or you can use your Roll Around Fun Card. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Thanksgiving Lego Mini Camps

On Friday, Nov. 23, children ages 5-8 can build a turkey and the Mayflower, while learning about the history of Thanksgiving. Fee for a half day is $40, and a full day is $70. Children 9 years and older will build their own robots out of legos and compete in challenges. Fee is $45 half day and $75 full day. On Saturday, Nov. 24, children ages 5-8 will build different motorized models, at the rate of $40 half day and $70 full day. Children ages 9 and up will have lego robotics again, at half day $50 and full day $90.

Operation Christmas Child

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