|The Magik Theatre with Charline McCombs Empire Theatre|
|Playwright(s): Based on the books by Barbara Parks; Book and lyrics by Mary Heisler; Music by Zina Goldrich|
|Opens on: 06/16/2017 and Runs Through: 06/25/2017|
It’s time for first grade, and Junie B. can’t wait to see all her old friends! But over the summer old friends have drifted away, and new ones have moved to town. Junie B. soon learns that things don’t always stay the same, and that doesn’t have to be a problem.
|Location: 226 N. St. Marys Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205|
|Tickets: Prices Vary|
|Purchase online: www.ticketmaster.com/venue/475421?dma_id=380|
|Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org|
|Contact/More Information: Go to www.magiktheatre.org or call 210.227.2751 for reservations or more information.
Character training made easy! Sign-up for the National Bible Bee Summer Study! Join thousands of young people who are learning how to unlock the Scriptures and memorize God’s Word! The 8 week Summer Study starts on June 5th, and registration opens on April 1st for young people ages 7-18. We will be having meetings at FEAST throughout the summer for support and fellowship. Come and join the fun, including games, food, friends, and prizes! When the Summer Study is finished, participants can test to qualify for cash prizes at the National Bible Bee Competition this fall. Please visit www.biblebee.org for more information, and contact with any questions.
“Through the National Bible Bee, I have learned personal disciplines, met so many wonderful friends, discovered how to study the Word of God effectively, and memorized more of the Word of God than I ever thought was possible.” -Joshua Bontrager (18)
“God has used the National Bible Bee in tremendous ways to shape my character and draw me closer to Himself. I used to think of Bible memory and study as a duty, but now it is ‘a joy and the delight of my heart.’ (Jer 15:16) I praise God for it and how God uses this ministry to bless thousands across the nation.” – Anna Moss
On Tuesday, May 9, 2017, President Donald J. Trump dismissed FBI director James Comey, bringing the issue of checks and balances once again into the spotlight. The FBI operates under the jurisdiction of the Department of Justice as the primary federal law enforcement agency. The work of the Bureau has often brought it into conflict with all of the branches of the United States government, as well as its people, as all work in concert to balance the nation’s liberties with its security.
This lesson explores the checks and balances on the FBI in the federal government, and the tension between liberty and security. Students will examine select events in FBI history and their constitutionality, examining whether the FBI’s powers are balanced in the best interest of the American people.
May 10 – May 20
Weekdays, May 10-19: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saturdays, May 13 & 20: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Scholastic Book Fairs Warehouse
5925 Tri-County Parkway, Suite 160
Schertz, TX 78154
In recognition of Earth Day 2017, we are offering this free lesson plan from Junior Great Books Nonfiction Inquiry 4. “Leave It to Beavers?” examines the reasons humans build dams and the researched effects that dams have on ecosystems, the water cycle, and earth’s climate.
This lesson plan, appropriate for use in grades 3–6, has:
- The complete text of the nonfiction selection “Leave It to Beavers?”
- Step-by-step instructions for three in-depth classroom sessions, including prereading, question sharing, and discussion activities
- Answer forms for students to fill out and reflect upon
Big city reporter, Amanda Danger, needs some spark, a little quark to get her out of her funk. Who cares that she has a collection of Pulitzers? She wants to cover something new! What Amanda wants, Amanda gets when her editor sends her to Venice in search of the key to immortality and true love. Against a 1940s-ish backdrop, this wild adventure is packed with crazy language, unexpected cameos, a klutzy rival reporter, and a Noir style that just won’t quit. If you love Alfred Hitchcock movies and Film Noir, you’ll love this show!
Crystal Sea Drama Company Presents
BYLINE: AMANDA DANGER
by Robert Lawson
May 5-7, 12-13 – Fridays and Saturdays, 7:30; Sunday, 3 p.m.
$12/adult, $10 student, SATCO, senior, military
Crystal Sea Drama Company Fine Arts Studio, 8414 Speedway
Graphic Design: Joshua Bush
Photo credit: Embry Flory, Marla Ripps
Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.
As a home school leader, where do you go to have your questions answered? Do you have concerns, challenges, or need advice on leading your group or co-op? Look no further!
FEAST is offering Leadership Training Workshops designed to be SALT and light to help you as you serve in this very important and sometimes stressful position as a home school leader, adviser, teacher or co-op director.
Lyndsay Lambert and Stephanie Lambert will be our guests speakers. Join us for a light lunch and relaxing atmosphere.
There will be a Q & A panel following the last speaker. Let us know how we can serve you. For more details click https://homeschoolfeast.com/o-events/convention/
RSVP for this FREE Event to:
Thursday, June 8, 11:30am – 4pm
Location: 25 Burwood Lane, San Antonio, TX 78216 (FEAST Home School Convention)
Come out and meet the tutors for next year, see the curriculum and class syllabus and ask any questions you may have.
April 10, 2017
02:30 PM – 03:30 PM
Bulverde Baptist Church
1331 Bulverde Rd.
Bulverde, TX 78163 US
We’re glad you’re interested in our Secondary Academic Class Day (SAC Day) program. SAC Day provides classes for 8th-12th grades in core and elective subjects. We meet weekly on the campus of Bulverde Baptist Church, located at 1331 Bulverde Rd. Bulverde, TX. Classes are held on Mondays throughout the school year. Registration will open for the 2017-2018 academic year April 17 for current SAC Day families. Registration will open up to the public on May 9. Early registration ends on July 15. After that date, the registration fee increases.
We have our next Patriot Preview coming up on Saturday, April 8th and want to spread the word to all prospective Patriots. Patriot Previews are designed to give interested students and families a taste of life on campus in order to help them decide if DBU is the right place for them! While here, students will receive a campus tour, have the opportunity to meet and interact with faculty and staff, join the DBU family for a time of praise and worship, and gather important information about admissions, financial aid and campus life. It is an all-inclusive day for prospective students and their parents to experience life at DBU.
If you know someone within your homeschool organization who is looking for a school that integrates faith and learning, develops servant leaders, and transforms lives, DBU may be the school for them!
Follow this link to find out more information about and to register for the next Patriot Preview http://whydbu.dbu.edu/choose-dbu/patriotpreview/.
Have a blessed day!
Brendan Smith –Director of Christian School/Homeschool Relations
Dallas Baptist University
Date: Monday, April 10, 2017
Time: 10 am – Noon
Location: FEAST Patio, 25 Burwood Lane, San Antonio TX 78216
Guests from Alamo RC&D Growing Rural Program and Aquaponics and Transfarming Group will work with students from grades K-8.
Learn why to garden, the 4 things a plant needs to grow, and garden planning through art, music, media, and hands on projects. Also learn the history and science of aquaponics.
Each student will take home their own bean plant and enjoy tasty and healthy creations.
Register through FEAST website. $5 per child,
$15 family maximum. https://fs18.formsite.com/FEAST/form109/index.html?1487177682133
Let’s grow together!
For more information contact E. Crenwelge at , 210-521-7375 or call FEAST 210-342-4674.