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RESCHEDULE Crafternoon "One Person's Trash..." (Ages 9-11) 5/7


May 07, 2021

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Over Zoom!

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Crafternoon "One Person's Trash..." 

For Professional Young Performers, Ages 9-11

In honor of Earth Day, we will be learning about and teaching each other how to reuse things we would normally discard. Everyone will bring an item and tell the group what they plan to turn it into to get another use out of it. We'll then all craft and share our individual "upcycled" masterpieces!
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Or feel free to come up with your own

WHEN: Friday, May 7 @ 3:30pm-4:30pm PST

WHERE: At your home using Zoom online!

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 990 2630 5564

Passcode: 106524

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  2. Pick an indoor space to set up your phone, tablet or computer that is quiet.
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During the meeting:
  1. Mute your microphone when you are not speaking, to avoid adding background noise in the meeting.
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  3. Use Zoom’s chat function - You are able to text chat with others during the meeting, but only use it to enhance discussion. This is not a place to have side-conversations. You can send a question or statement to everyone or privately to a participant.
  4. Think about your actions on camera. Always remember that everyone can see you.

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