The Elisabeth Morrow School announces their annual community event, “EMS Gives Back” where people of all ages are welcomed to visit the 14-acre campus in Englewood, New Jersey and encouraged to bring nonperishable food items for Englewood’s Center for Food Action.
EMS Gives Back will take place on Saturday, November 12th from 11am – 1pm will feature acting workshops by The Manhattan Children’s Theater, Raptors from Tenafly Nature Center, Mini Ponies from the Bergen Equestrian Center, Dance Classes from bergenPAC, Square Dancing with Foot and Fiddle, Free Face Painting, Kids Cooking Classes, Nutrition, Art Classes, Musical Storytime and performances by the school’s nationally renowned Music Program. The new steam center features an opportunity for EMS students to experience STEAM and Design Thinking Curriculum in a modern, collaborative space.
“At EMS we are guided by our 4 C’s - courtesy, consideration, cooperation and compassion - and this event is a manifestation of those core values,” says Aaron Cooper, Head of School. “We are delighted to welcome our community to campus once again, and to help communities in need at the same time.”
Immediately following EMS Gives Back, the general public is also welcomed to the Elisabeth Morrow Book Fair and Storytelling Festival which will open from 1pm – 4pm in the campus’ Gymkhana building.
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