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Stupendous Summer Saturdays!

Join us for hands-on family activities each summer Saturday! We’ll be making and exploring different things each week.

Saturdays July 6, 13, 20, August 3, 10, 17 and 24, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Activities: July 6: Fort Building, July 13: Fairy Gardens, July 20: Marble Runs, August 3: Robot Building, August 10: Slime Party, August 17 (Doors Open to Discovery): Birdhouse Building, Aug 24: Costumes!

For families with children ages 4 and up (younger children are welcome, but may not be able to participate in all the activities)

Free, drop-in!

Stupendous Summer Saturdays!

Join us for hands-on family activities each summer Saturday! We’ll be making and exploring different things each week.

Saturdays July 6, 13, 20, August 3, 10, 17 and 24, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Activities: July 6: Fort Building, July 13: Fairy Gardens, July 20: Marble Runs, August 3: Robot Building, August 10: Slime Party, August 17 (Doors Open to Discovery): Birdhouse Building, Aug 24: Costumes!

For families with children ages 4 and up (younger children are welcome, but may not be able to participate in all the activities)

Free, drop-in!

After her hippie British parents are murdered, Lilly is raised at a Sufi shrine in Morocco. As a young woman she goes on pilgrimage to Harar, Ethiopia, where she teaches Qur’an to children. But even swathed in a traditional headscarf, Lilly can’t escape being marked as a foreigner. Forced to flee Ethiopia for England, she must once again confront the riddle of who she is and where she belongs.

This year’s OBOA Writing Contest invites you to consider the meaning of “Home” focussing
on your sense of place, migration, home or lack of home.

Repeats every week every Sunday until Fri Sep 27 2019 .
June 4th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
June 9th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
June 16th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
June 23rd, 12:15am to 11:45pm
June 30th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
July 7th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
July 14th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
July 21st, 12:15am to 11:45pm
July 28th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
August 4th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
August 11th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
August 18th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
August 25th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
September 1st, 12:15am to 11:45pm
September 8th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
September 15th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
September 22nd, 12:15am to 11:45pm
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Repeats

OBOA Writing Contest

After her hippie British parents are murdered, Lilly is raised at a Sufi shrine in Morocco. As a young woman she goes on pilgrimage to Harar, Ethiopia, where she teaches Qur’an to children. But even swathed in a traditional headscarf, Lilly can’t escape being marked as a foreigner. Forced to flee Ethiopia for England, she must once again confront the riddle of who she is and where she belongs.

This year’s OBOA Writing Contest invites you to consider the meaning of “Home” focussing
on your sense of place, migration, home or lack of home.

June 4th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
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OBOA Writing Contest

After her hippie British parents are murdered, Lilly is raised at a Sufi shrine in Morocco. As a young woman she goes on pilgrimage to Harar, Ethiopia, where she teaches Qur’an to children. But even swathed in a traditional headscarf, Lilly can’t escape being marked as a foreigner. Forced to flee Ethiopia for England, she must once again confront the riddle of who she is and where she belongs.

This year’s OBOA Writing Contest invites you to consider the meaning of “Home” focussing
on your sense of place, migration, home or lack of home.

September 22nd, 12:15am to 11:45pm
Audience: 
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OBOA Writing Contest

After her hippie British parents are murdered, Lilly is raised at a Sufi shrine in Morocco. As a young woman she goes on pilgrimage to Harar, Ethiopia, where she teaches Qur’an to children. But even swathed in a traditional headscarf, Lilly can’t escape being marked as a foreigner. Forced to flee Ethiopia for England, she must once again confront the riddle of who she is and where she belongs.

This year’s OBOA Writing Contest invites you to consider the meaning of “Home” focussing
on your sense of place, migration, home or lack of home.

September 15th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
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OBOA Writing Contest

After her hippie British parents are murdered, Lilly is raised at a Sufi shrine in Morocco. As a young woman she goes on pilgrimage to Harar, Ethiopia, where she teaches Qur’an to children. But even swathed in a traditional headscarf, Lilly can’t escape being marked as a foreigner. Forced to flee Ethiopia for England, she must once again confront the riddle of who she is and where she belongs.

This year’s OBOA Writing Contest invites you to consider the meaning of “Home” focussing
on your sense of place, migration, home or lack of home.

September 8th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
Audience: 
Event Type: 

OBOA Writing Contest

After her hippie British parents are murdered, Lilly is raised at a Sufi shrine in Morocco. As a young woman she goes on pilgrimage to Harar, Ethiopia, where she teaches Qur’an to children. But even swathed in a traditional headscarf, Lilly can’t escape being marked as a foreigner. Forced to flee Ethiopia for England, she must once again confront the riddle of who she is and where she belongs.

This year’s OBOA Writing Contest invites you to consider the meaning of “Home” focussing
on your sense of place, migration, home or lack of home.

September 1st, 12:15am to 11:45pm
Audience: 
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OBOA Writing Contest

After her hippie British parents are murdered, Lilly is raised at a Sufi shrine in Morocco. As a young woman she goes on pilgrimage to Harar, Ethiopia, where she teaches Qur’an to children. But even swathed in a traditional headscarf, Lilly can’t escape being marked as a foreigner. Forced to flee Ethiopia for England, she must once again confront the riddle of who she is and where she belongs.

This year’s OBOA Writing Contest invites you to consider the meaning of “Home” focussing
on your sense of place, migration, home or lack of home.

August 25th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
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OBOA Writing Contest

After her hippie British parents are murdered, Lilly is raised at a Sufi shrine in Morocco. As a young woman she goes on pilgrimage to Harar, Ethiopia, where she teaches Qur’an to children. But even swathed in a traditional headscarf, Lilly can’t escape being marked as a foreigner. Forced to flee Ethiopia for England, she must once again confront the riddle of who she is and where she belongs.

This year’s OBOA Writing Contest invites you to consider the meaning of “Home” focussing
on your sense of place, migration, home or lack of home.

August 18th, 12:15am to 11:45pm
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