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GIRAFFES CAN’T DANCE – Based on the book written by Giles Andreae and illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees! Thursday, March 7, 2024 at 10 a.m. & 12:15 pmSmith Center for the Arts82 Seneca St.Geneva, NY 14456(315) 781-5483thesmith.org All the

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At Academia Bilingual Bridges, classes are taught online in a way that your children will never forget! They will become so absorbed that they won’t want the class to end! We offer classes for children, for adults, and for families

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Country Culture

A digital publication and platform for rural landowners and their families, there is something for everyone on Country Culture. If you’re looking to raise your family on the farm and away from the noise of the urban

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Because Faith and Truth Do Matter

As a Christian, stewarding academic giftings and time in this season of college searches and higher education is essential. Choosing a college environment that matches you and your student’s convictions and encourages students in the truth of

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March Albany Day!

This year, we’re hosting monthly one-day events in Albany to help prepare for our big Legislative Day on May 23rd! For March, we’re focusing on the Letter of Substantial Equivalence Bill. Location:Legislative Office Building, Albany Goals:– Gain

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2024 Spring Albany Days

This year, we’re hosting an Albany Day on May 6th to help prepare for our big Legislative Day on May 23rd! Details are forthcoming, but for now, please mark your calendars and plan to join us for both days if possible!

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Vision Development WNY

Is your child facing challenges this school year? On those days when you question your ability to support their education due to struggles like not recognizing words, reading without comprehension, letter reversals, or math numbers not aligning

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Apply to Houghton University!

 Make your mark on your university residence hall when you decorate your room next fall to match your style. Homeschool seniors looking to apply to Houghton University can submit their free application by March 1 and be entered to

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Make the Most of Your 1000 Days in College

Dear Homeschooling Parent, Now is the time for your high school senior to apply to Cedarville University! Why consider Cedarville? In a phrase — we are a university you can trust. Wherever they enroll, students spend approximately

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Spring Paint Party!

Back by popular demand, artist Teresa Grant is hosting another virtual paint party on Thursday, February 22 at 10am! Gather some friends, acrylic paints, and paint brushes. This one-hour workshop is for kids ages 6-12, but siblings

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Homeschool New York began in order to protect the God-given and constitutional rights to home educate in New York State, regardless of one’s philosophy of education or religious affiliation, and to provide necessary support for homeschool families.

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