Youtheatre Files

pbsparents:

Learn how to make gooey monster slime TWO ways with this sensory craft. Don’t worry - the slime washes off hands easily with soap and water! For the full craft, click here:http://www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-for….The chemical reaction between liquid starch and regular glue makes a mixture that splats, sticks, oozes, flops and stretches. Engage in some imaginary monster-play and embrace your inner scientist with this fun activity! Check out this week’s episode of the PBS Digital Studios original web series Frankenstein, MD to see how slime can be used in a science lab: http://youtu.be/J1b0B5B8_50

pbsparents:

Learn how to make gooey monster slime TWO ways with this sensory craft. Don’t worry - the slime washes off hands easily with soap and water! For the full craft, click here:http://www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-for….

The chemical reaction between liquid starch and regular glue makes a mixture that splats, sticks, oozes, flops and stretches. Engage in some imaginary monster-play and embrace your inner scientist with this fun activity! 

Check out this week’s episode of the PBS Digital Studios original web series Frankenstein, MD to see how slime can be used in a science lab: http://youtu.be/J1b0B5B8_50

abovetheinfluence:

Pretty excited to receive our September issue of @TeenVogue!

abovetheinfluence:

Pretty excited to receive our September issue of @TeenVogue!

downtownfortwayne:

Last Saturdays returns on August 30th for another day of adventure in Downtown Fort Wayne. With a wave of warm weather continuing through the weekend and into next week, this Saturday is supposed to be 85 degrees with a chance of rain during the day. Map out your day with the information below!
Start your day at YLNI Barr Street Farmer’s Market and the Ft. Wayne’s Farmers Market. Filled with Saturday morning shopping opportunities, you can load up on fresh food, local artwork, and other handmade items for your home or personal use. The markets are open from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
The Fort Wayne Museum of Art is offering up Summer of Glass II. This exhibit shows unique creations through the work of glass. Gallery hours are from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and there is an extra $5 charge for viewing the gallery. 
The Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory offers Rising Rhythm, Flowing Form Exhibit. The Showcase Garden will become a sculpture, using the landscape architect’s tools of plant color, earth form, and curved line to create something unique for visitors. The cost is $5 for adults, $3 for children under seventeen, and children under the age of two gain entrance for free.
You also won’t want to miss the In the Dark Exhibit at Science Central. Home to one of Fort Wayne’s most beloved environments for children and families, this exhibit explores different environments of darkness and their habitats. In The Dark was developed by the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Don’t forget to stop by OFabz Loves Fort Wayne at the B-Side of One Lucky Guitar. This party is a huge “thank you” for all of the support of OFabz over the years. Yes, there will also be items for purchase and sales too! Don’t miss it. Drinks. Music. Bikinis. Contests. Giveaways. Pink Flamingos. Summer Fun. You get the idea.
Lastly, end your evening with the debut of the Living Fort Wayne Film Series at Arts United Plaza. There will be a family film, great food, and a great view for all. You can also stop by the ACPL Plaza and enjoy ROCK the Plaza as summer starts to come to a close. Whether you want to sit back or dance, Downtown Fort Wayne has something for everyone!
Full info for Last Saturdays: www.downtownfortwayne.com/last-saturdays

By Stephen J. Bailey for Your Downtown Improvement District

downtownfortwayne:

Last Saturdays returns on August 30th for another day of adventure in Downtown Fort Wayne. With a wave of warm weather continuing through the weekend and into next week, this Saturday is supposed to be 85 degrees with a chance of rain during the day. Map out your day with the information below!

Start your day at YLNI Barr Street Farmer’s Market and the Ft. Wayne’s Farmers Market. Filled with Saturday morning shopping opportunities, you can load up on fresh food, local artwork, and other handmade items for your home or personal use. The markets are open from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art is offering up Summer of Glass II. This exhibit shows unique creations through the work of glass. Gallery hours are from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and there is an extra $5 charge for viewing the gallery. 

The Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory offers Rising Rhythm, Flowing Form Exhibit. The Showcase Garden will become a sculpture, using the landscape architect’s tools of plant color, earth form, and curved line to create something unique for visitors. The cost is $5 for adults, $3 for children under seventeen, and children under the age of two gain entrance for free.

You also won’t want to miss the In the Dark Exhibit at Science Central. Home to one of Fort Wayne’s most beloved environments for children and families, this exhibit explores different environments of darkness and their habitats. In The Dark was developed by the Cincinnati Museum Center.

Don’t forget to stop by OFabz Loves Fort Wayne at the B-Side of One Lucky Guitar. This party is a huge “thank you” for all of the support of OFabz over the years. Yes, there will also be items for purchase and sales too! Don’t miss it. Drinks. Music. Bikinis. Contests. Giveaways. Pink Flamingos. Summer Fun. You get the idea.

Lastly, end your evening with the debut of the Living Fort Wayne Film Series at Arts United Plaza. There will be a family film, great food, and a great view for all. You can also stop by the ACPL Plaza and enjoy ROCK the Plaza as summer starts to come to a close. Whether you want to sit back or dance, Downtown Fort Wayne has something for everyone!

Full info for Last Saturdays: www.downtownfortwayne.com/last-saturdays

By Stephen J. Bailey for Your Downtown Improvement District

AUDITIONS NEXT WEEK for The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
September 2nd & 3rd from 4-6pm. Come either day between those hours! 
visit the FAQ page on our website for more info!
http://www.fortwayneyoutheatre.org/?page_id=27

AUDITIONS NEXT WEEK for The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

September 2nd & 3rd from 4-6pm. Come either day between those hours! 

visit the FAQ page on our website for more info!

http://www.fortwayneyoutheatre.org/?page_id=27

It’s our BIRTHDAY—in a couple months.
Come Celebrate the launch of our 80th Anniversary Season! Enjoy cake & refreshments, as well as performances from the past 80 YEARS of Youtheatre programming.
Youtheatre is the 5th Oldest Children’s theatre IN THE NATION, and we couldn’t be more proud! We’ve been putting the “YOU” in Youtheatre since 1934, and we can’t wait for you to join us for our Open House for our 80th Anniversary Reunion.
You’ll be able to peek at archived photos as well as flip through albums of memories from the past 80 years!
Oct. 4th. 12-4pm FREE Open House.

It’s our BIRTHDAY—in a couple months.

Come Celebrate the launch of our 80th Anniversary Season! Enjoy cake & refreshments, as well as performances from the past 80 YEARS of Youtheatre programming.

Youtheatre is the 5th Oldest Children’s theatre IN THE NATION, and we couldn’t be more proud! We’ve been putting the “YOU” in Youtheatre since 1934, and we can’t wait for you to join us for our Open House for our 80th Anniversary Reunion.

You’ll be able to peek at archived photos as well as flip through albums of memories from the past 80 years!

Oct. 4th. 12-4pm FREE Open House.

Fort Wayne Youtheatre is proud to announce the Tony & Grammy Award winning, Broadway star, Heather Headley, as the star of our 80th Anniversary Fundraiser!

Save the Date! Nov 8th, 7pm, in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom of the Grand Wayne Center. Find out more on our website!

http://www.fortwayneyoutheatre.org/?page_id=1286

Fort Wayne Youtheatre is Hiring!

Part-time Outreach & Education Position

Follow the link to our website for more info!

http://www.fortwayneyoutheatre.org/

Catch Youtheatre’s travelling Storybook Theatre Troupe this summer!

They’re pictured here at PBS39’s Explorer Day from June 7th!

The rest of the summer schedule of public performances starts THIS Saturday at Glenbrook Barnes & Noble at 2pm! Here’s the complete schedule:

  • June 14th at Barnes & Noble Glenbrook at 2pm
  • June 30th Tecumseh Library 1:45
  • July 10th Shawnee Library 1:00
  • July 11th Little Turtle Library 1:30
  • July 17th Hassen Cassel Library 1:30
  • July 18th Aboite Library 2:00

fortwayneyoutheatre:

Youtheatre’s Rising Star Summer Camp is back by popular demand! This summer we’re offering TWO sessions to accommodate busy Fort Wayne area families:

  • June 16th - 27th
  • July 21st - August 1st.

From 10am-3pm, Campers will spend two weeks learning all things theatre! Grouped by age in the morning, and instructed by 4 different area directors, and after lunch on the beautiful Freimann Square, campers will put what they learned into a production on the big stage!

Availability is limited, so register online today!

http://www.fortwayneyoutheatre.org/?page_id=945

Exactly two weeks away! Sign up today to ensure your child’s spot in the most popular theatre camp of the summer!

downtownfortwayne:

Last Saturdays returns to beautiful Downtown Fort Wayne on May 31st! Downtown is expected to see a high of 82 degrees and sunny skies for the day. Load up on sunblock and bring your family and friends to the center of Fort Wayne for a long list of things to do.If you love shopping, we recommend the Saturday Celebration at Saving Grace Vintage, the Pop-Up Shop! at House of Furniture, or the Junque Stock Outdoor Vintage Market at Emiley’s Haute Cottage in addition to a number of other shops and stores open each Saturday. Both the YLNI Barr Street Market and the Ft. Wayne’s Farmers Market will be open in the morning, too!
Take the kids to the In The Dark event at Science Central or the Biological Canvas at Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The Old Fort will also have soldiers competing in exercises as part of the N. Imperial Garrison Weekend. You also won’t want to miss the Sounds of the City Downtown Scavenger hunt at Freimann Square, or Riverpalooza & Fort Wayne’s Almost Famous at the Historical Wells St. Bridge!
In the evening you can enjoy the 5th Annual NE Indiana Playwright Festival at the Arts United Center, The Whiskey Daredevils at the Brass Rail, and The Julia Guerin Art Show at Rudy’s Wine & Cigar Shop. Rock the Plaza returns outside of the ACPL for the kick off of Saturday evening concerts for the summer. The usual Saturday night hot spots like Red Rok, Club Soda, Main St. Bistro and Martini Lounge, and many others will be open, too!
Come Downtown and stay Downtown for the day! There are plenty of places to park, multiple walking routes, and friendly faces at each location. We will see you on this Last Saturday!
View the full list of things to do at http://downtownfortwayne.com/last-saturdays/

By Stephen J. Bailey for Your Downtown Improvement District

downtownfortwayne:

Last Saturdays returns to beautiful Downtown Fort Wayne on May 31st! Downtown is expected to see a high of 82 degrees and sunny skies for the day. Load up on sunblock and bring your family and friends to the center of Fort Wayne for a long list of things to do.

If you love shopping, we recommend the Saturday Celebration at Saving Grace Vintage, the Pop-Up Shop! at House of Furniture, or the Junque Stock Outdoor Vintage Market at Emiley’s Haute Cottage in addition to a number of other shops and stores open each Saturday. Both the YLNI Barr Street Market and the Ft. Wayne’s Farmers Market will be open in the morning, too!

Take the kids to the In The Dark event at Science Central or the Biological Canvas at Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The Old Fort will also have soldiers competing in exercises as part of the N. Imperial Garrison Weekend. You also won’t want to miss the Sounds of the City Downtown Scavenger hunt at Freimann Square, or Riverpalooza & Fort Wayne’s Almost Famous at the Historical Wells St. Bridge!

In the evening you can enjoy the 5th Annual NE Indiana Playwright Festival at the Arts United Center, The Whiskey Daredevils at the Brass Rail, and The Julia Guerin Art Show at Rudy’s Wine & Cigar Shop. Rock the Plaza returns outside of the ACPL for the kick off of Saturday evening concerts for the summer. The usual Saturday night hot spots like Red Rok, Club Soda, Main St. Bistro and Martini Lounge, and many others will be open, too!

Come Downtown and stay Downtown for the day! There are plenty of places to park, multiple walking routes, and friendly faces at each location. We will see you on this Last Saturday!

View the full list of things to do at http://downtownfortwayne.com/last-saturdays/

By Stephen J. Bailey for Your Downtown Improvement District