I don’t even know where to start this week as the World Cup came to an end. Unfortunately, I was unable to see the World Cup game live as I had a prior commitment but was able to see it on the recorder. I didn’t really have a team that I wanted to win as both teams deserved to be there.
McCluer High School has been chosen to have its theatre program represent the United States at the American High School Theatre Festival, which takes place every summer in Edinburgh, Scotland. McCluer plans to participate in the 22nd annual festival in 2016, provided students and staff are able to raise the needed funds.
The Florissant Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring the city’s first Youth Ping Pong Tournament on July 26 at 9 a.m. at the JFK Community Center. The tournament is open to ages 8-16. Depending on the number of participants there may be a division into two age groups.
Florissant will make the Koch Family Aquatic Center into a “dive-in” movie theater as guests watch Disney’s “Frozen” at this fun-filled event for the entire family. Inner tubes are not allowed on the water slides. Proper swim wear is required. Use your pool membership card or pay daily admission to participate in this program.
The Florissant Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Magical Mystery Camp and a Circus Stars Camp for children age 6-12 this July.
Magical Mystery Camp.
What do you get when you combine theater and magic into one camp? Magical Mystery Camp. Campers will learn new magic tricks each day, often treating their parents to a nightly show. Campers will weave their tricks into a mystery show, which they will create and perform the last day for their families. In learning magic, theater and improv, your kids will develop their presentation skills and confidence while having a lot of fun in the process.