Movie Day at LOGAN Center

Event for teens, ages 14-19, and adults Meet at LOGAN Center at 1 p.m. to watch a double-feature of newly-released DVD movies on the big screen. A feature-length movie will be shown, followed by a shorter movie. Pizza will be served as a late lunch during the first movie, along with water, pop or juice for beverages. The $15 cost includes lunch, beverages and supervision. Please arrange to be picked up at LOGAN Center at 4:30 p.m. Registration required; limited to 25  people. Teens, young adults and adults may participate. Questions about Teen Recreation at LOGAN may be directed to Alicia Hood. ShareTweet+1Share

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St. Patrick’s Dance

Doors open at 6 p.m. at LOGAN Center for the LOGAN St. Patrick’s Dance. Music, dancing and all the fun begins at 6:30 p.m. We will provide a beverage and snack to all participants at 7:30 p.m.. You may purchase additional cans of pop for 50 cents each. Please note, you must arrange your own transportation, as rides will not be provided to or from the dance. You also must follow all Recreation rules. And finally, do not bring outside music to the dance; a DJ will provide the music. Registration forms required You must have an annual participation form on file to attend. Arrange to be picked...

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Notre Dame Hockey Game

Meet at LOGAN Center at the time given. We will eat dinner at McDonald’s before going to see the Notre Dame Men’s Hockey game at the Compton Family Ice Ar na at Notre Dame. The $20 cost covers dinner, beverages, transportation and supervision. Bring additional money if you plan to purchase snacks or souvenirs at the game. Arrange to be picked up at LOGAN Center at the time indicated. Please Note: You cannot take a purse or bag into the stadium. All items brought into the stadium must be in a clear tote bag or baggie. The bag cannot be larger than a 1-gallon size Zip-loc bag, and all...

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Movie Day at LOGAN Center

Event for teens, ages 14-19, and adults Meet at LOGAN Center at 1 p.m. to watch a double-feature of newly-released DVD movies on the big screen. A feature-length movie will be shown, followed by a shorter movie. Pizza will be served as a late lunch during the first movie, along with water, pop or juice for beverages. The $15 cost includes lunch, beverages and supervision. Please arrange to be picked up at LOGAN Center at 4:30 p.m. Registration required; limited to 25  people. Teens, young adults and adults may participate. Questions about Teen Recreation at LOGAN may be directed to Alicia Hood. ShareTweet+1Share

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Notre Dame Hockey Game

Meet at LOGAN Center at the time given. We will eat dinner at McDonald’s before going to see the Notre Dame Men’s Hockey game at the Compton Family Ice Ar na at Notre Dame. The $20 cost covers dinner, beverages, transportation and supervision. Bring additional money if you plan to purchase snacks or souvenirs at the game. Arrange to be picked up at LOGAN Center at the time indicated. Please Note: You cannot take a purse or bag into the stadium. All items brought into the stadium must be in a clear tote bag or baggie. The bag cannot be larger than a 1-gallon size Zip-loc bag, and all...

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Sweetheart Dance

Doors open at 6 p.m. at LOGAN Center for the LOGAN Sweetheart Dance. Music, dancing and all the fun begins at 6:30 p.m. We will provide a beverage and snack to all participants at 7:30 p.m.. You may purchase additional cans of pop for 50 cents each. Please note, you must arrange your own transportation, as rides will not be provided to or from the dance. You also must follow all Recreation rules. And finally, do not bring outside music to the dance; a DJ will provide the music. Registration forms required You must have an annual participation form on file to attend. Arrange to be picked up at...

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Movie Day at LOGAN Center

Event for teens, ages 14-19, and adults Meet at LOGAN Center at 1 p.m. to watch a double-feature of newly-released DVD movies on the big screen. A feature-length movie will be shown, followed by a shorter movie. Pizza will be served as a late lunch during the first movie, along with water, pop or juice for beverages. The $15 cost includes lunch, beverages and supervision. Please arrange to be picked up at LOGAN Center at 4:30 p.m. Registration required; limited to 25  people. Teens, young adults and adults may participate. Questions about Teen Recreation at LOGAN may be directed to Alicia Hood. ShareTweet+1Share

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Notre Dame Hockey Game

Meet at LOGAN Center at the time given. We will eat dinner at McDonald’s before going to see the Notre Dame Men’s Hockey game at the Compton Family Ice Ar na at Notre Dame. The $20 cost covers dinner, beverages, transportation and supervision. Bring additional money if you plan to purchase snacks or souvenirs at the game. Arrange to be picked up at LOGAN Center at the time indicated. Please Note: You cannot take a purse or bag into the stadium. All items brought into the stadium must be in a clear tote bag or baggie. The bag cannot be larger than a 1-gallon size Zip-loc bag, and all...

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Movie Day at LOGAN Center

Event for teens, ages 14-19, and adults Meet at LOGAN Center at 1 p.m. to watch a double-feature of newly-released DVD movies on the big screen. A feature-length movie will be shown, followed by a shorter movie. Pizza will be served as a late lunch during the first movie, along with water, pop or juice for beverages. The $15 cost includes lunch, beverages and supervision. Please arrange to be picked up at LOGAN Center at 4:30 p.m. Registration required; limited to 25  people. Teens, young adults and adults may participate. Questions about Teen Recreation at LOGAN may be directed to Alicia Hood. ShareTweet+1Share

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Adaptive Dance classes offered this fall

Got a dancer in your family? Debbie Werbrouck School of Dance & Music will be offering new Adaptive Dance classes on Saturdays this fall. The classes, geared to students with autism or Down syndrome, will provide such benefits as balance, coordination, rhythm, body awareness, socialization, focus and self-confidence — all through the fun of dance. Antonette Patino will teach the classes. In addition to her dance training, Antonette worked previously in an autism center. She also is working toward a degree in Special Education at IUSB. Dance class details The first session will run for...

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