Kaleidoscope: Art and Nature on Wheels is a mobile education program for Kettering youth.  Launched in 2017, Kaleidoscope brings a specially outfitted van to parks and community events, offering free access to inspiring art activities. Kaleidoscope’s creative projects, taught through the lens of nature, will deepen participants’ understanding of scientific principles.

Kaleidescope

 

Dates (Wednesdays)

Location

May 31

Indian Riffle Park

June 7

Delco Park

June 14

Van Buren Park

June 21

Wenzler Park

June 28

Tait Park

July 5

State Farm Park

July 12

Oak Park

July 19

Irelan Park

July 26

Kennedy Park

Aug 2

Oak Creek Park

Kaleidoscope: Art and Nature on Wheels
Wednesdays, May 31 – August 2
9 a.m. – noon
7 – 10 year olds
FREE for Kettering residents
 
We are bringing dynamic, meaningful and fun experiences in art and nature to you!  Our new mobile education program - Kaleidoscope: Art and Nature of Wheels – will encourage inspiration, creativity and learning in a non-traditional setting or your neighborhood parks.
 
Preregistration for each camp is required, as well as participation in a pre and post camp survey.  Please meet at the park shelter.

Register for this program now!

 

The van’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Arts and Math)-inspired activities incorporate 21st century skill development and ideas generated by professional artists and environmental scientists, with the goal of offering dynamic, meaningful and fun experiences to youth.

Kaleidoscope is a joint initiative of Rosewood Arts Centre and the Habitat Environmental Center and supported in part by the City of Kettering, the Kettering Parks Foundation, and the Community Foundation for Kettering.

The Kaleidoscope van can also travel to your event and location! It can be reserved for after-school activities, parties and pop-up events. Call 296-0294 for more information.

UPCOMING EVENTS – SUMMER 2017

Here is where you can find Kaleidoscope this summer!

Camp Kaleidoscope: Reflection and Refraction
Wednesdays, May 31 – August 2, 9 a.m. – noon
7 – 10 year olds
FREE for Kettering residents, preregistration required
We are bringing dynamic, meaningful and fun experiences in art and nature to you!  Our new mobile education program - Kaleidoscope: Art and Nature of Wheels – will encourage inspiration, creativity and learning in a non-traditional setting or your neighborhood parks.

Preregistration for each camp is required, as well as participation in a pre and post camp survey.  Please meet at the park shelter.  Click here to register!

Kaleidoscope Summer 2017 Calendar of Events

May 13: Kaleidoscope kickoff at Art on the Playground! Habitat Environmental Center, 11am – 3pm
May 31: Kettering Community Block Party, Lincoln Park Civic Commons, 6pm
August 13: Art on the Commons, Lincoln Park Civic Commons, 11am – 5pm
September 16: Honeyfest, Delco Park, 10am – 5pm

SUPPORT

Support for Kaleidoscope is provided by the City of Kettering, the Kettering Parks Foundation and the Community Fund for Kettering.

 

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