PAST PROGRAMS

ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS FOR YOUR KIDS

Past Programs

Fidget Spinners & Chicken Dinners

Fidget Spinners & Chicken Dinners builds capacity in the kitchen and gives individuals the confidence to transform raw ingredients into a healthy, delicious meal.

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Journalism 101

Do you want to be a reporter or editor? This course will teach you the basics of journalism. Learn how to find story ideas, research, interview sources, write, edit and more. And your stories will be published in the North Dartmouth Echo!

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Ignite! Youth Writing Series

Youth will have the opportunity to explore spoken word poetry writing and performance. Over the course of 4 weeks youth will grow to understand how to express themselves and the world around them through words.

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Spoken Word

Youth will have the opportunity to explore spoken word poetry writing and performance. Over the course of 4 weeks youth will grow to understand how to express themselves and the world around them through words.

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Company Program

Youth will be introduced to the world of entrepreneurship through an enterprise of their own. Participants experience how a small enterprise functions from start-up to liquidation

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Film & Video

Youth will be introduced to the basics of filmmaking and video production. With the help of the newest digital video tools and in partnership with Journeyman Film, participants will walk away from this program with the ability to create their own short, independent films

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Inside Out

Want to be able to share your views and opinions with others? Learn how you can use graphic novels and comic books to tell stories and generate positive change! Meaningful pieces of art will be created surrounding discussion on sexuality, gender, and violence prevention. Professional illustrator JJ Stevens will be working to bring this program to ...

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Sculpture

Youth will be introduced to the basics of sculpting before being...

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African (Djembe) Drumming

Come join Dr. Henry Bishop in a drumming circle. Learn rhythms  and the seven principles of Njuzo Saba. A great program to learn new beats, make friends, and improve your focus. Program starts Monday, January 16th, 4:00-6:00pm & runs every Monday for 7 weeks!

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Creative Exposure Summer Camp

This camp is all about fun and creativity!

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Drop In Night @ 50 Queen

Our Drop-in night happens every other Wednesday from 6:30-7:30. Each night is a little different and we mix up what type of creative activities we do. A great way to learn about new art forms! All youth ages 12-19 are welcome.  

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Theatre & Dramatic Arts

This theatre troupe will work together to cover the basic skills necessary to succeed...

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Dartmouth Shambhala Meditation Group

Meditation instruction is available to anyone. We offer introductory instruction to newcomers and follow-up instruction to other practitioners...

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Hal-Con

MCCL and Hal-Con are partnering to provide access to new creative opportunities for youth ages 12-19, while providing an experience where these youth can contribute to something bigger than themselves and learn and engage to our Province’s creative sci-fi, fantasy and gaming community. Each week will have a new facilitator and youth will work with ...

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Mayworks and MCCL Theatre Project

Approximately 25 youth participated in creating a play, which was showcased at Alderney Landing.

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Healthy Living Grade 9 Health Class

Working with Oxford School, MCCL’s Sobaz Benjamin co-facilitated a program for three grade 9 classes students along side of iMove ...

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Music Performance & Production

This program will introduce participants to the complete creative process that is involved in making the music they listen to. We will start from the very beginning by writing original songs independently and move through every step of the process culminating with a produced recording.

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Heroes: Real or Imagined – Pop Culture Explored through the Lens of Annie Leibovitz

MCCL proposed a photography-based project to Ms. Kris Webster, Assistant Curator of Programs for the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia...

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Phoenix Air: An MCCL Collaboration with the Citadel High School broadcast club team.

High School students have a lot to say. And, with the right technical and storytelling supports, can find an audience.

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The Company Program & Business is Jammin’ – A Partnership between Junior Achievement, the Black Business Initiative & MCCL

A new initiative sponsored by Encana, this project supports nine students, ages 12-14 years old, who participate in both Business is Jammin (BBI) ...

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MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning
50 Queen Street
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
B2Y 1G1

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