CommunityThink is a collaborative effort to create new educational, creative, recreational & social opportunities at no or minimal cost in a tolerant, supportive atmosphere for, and by independent learner families in Groton & its broader community.
Classes & workshops will be organized to occur with assorted options for various age ranges on a single weekday - Tuesday -
at the Groton Parks & Recreation operated William Seely School facility in Groton. The 6-week mini semester will follow the Groton Parks & Recreation (GP&R) calendar, beginning with the fall session, the week of September 14th, 2008.
Through a developing resource of pros & volunteers, class topics will vary for each semester. Instructors can submit standard GP&R Class Proposal form for the fall session by June 10th to:
Jennifer Pryor at email@example.com
or 35 Pearl St., Mystic, CT 06355
Additional classes by available current GP&R and other professional instructors are highly encouraged at a fee pro-rated for the shorter session. (If you know or recommend someone personally, give them a call!) Resident/non rates may still apply.
A per family, per session registration/facility fee may apply - allowing family members to participate in as many of the free classes as desired & age-appropriate. Free class participant families would be expected to remain on-site and volunteer in-kind services through teaching, monitoring, clean-up etc.