REAL ESTATE November 8, 2017

Lunch and Learn

“Passports” is a Ski Utah program that provides free skiing and snowboarding to fifth and sixth grade students. The Passport affords participants the opportunity to experience each one of Utah’s uniquely different resorts.
Fifth graders (10 & 11 years old) are at a crucial age in their development where they are choosing (or not choosing) healthy lifestyle activities over more sedentary activities. Choosing activities that help children keep active in the winter is a high priority to Ski Utah and its members. We believe that a healthy child is a happy child and happy, active children grow up to be happy, active adults. This benefits everyone.
Utah fifth graders may have been introduced to skiing or snowboarding through Ski Utah’s fourth grade learn to ski and ride program and are ready to participate on a more frequent basis. Fifth graders are also physically strong enough to participate in skiing and snowboarding at new levels making the sports an easy choice for lifetime participation.
Sixth graders (11 & 12 years old) are able to experience each of Utah’s resorts one time to continue honing their skills and help them make future decisions on where to purchase season passes.
Lunchtime Learning
It is estimated that 1 in 5 people are dyslexic, with dyslexia being the number 1 reason people struggle to read, write and spell.  Studies show that up to 85% of teens in trouble have literacy problems.
Join the PC MARC each month for discussion on a topic related to you and your families health and wellness. Lunchtime learning lectures are FREE, and offered the second Wednesday of each month. November month’s is Dyslexia.

Keep Calm and Embrace Technology!  Ongoing classes for beginning computer users, learn how to use a computer intuitively, from the ground up. We teach you all of the little tips and tricks that make learning any program easy.
Music and Movement is a lively and noisy hour aimed at toddlers, preschoolers, and their caregivers to explore a variety of musical instruments, dances, songs, and fantastic books. This program is designed to engage children and get them excited about music, improve their fine and gross motor skills through movement, and spark their creativity; while supporting their early literacy development. 
An afternoon solely devoted to the joys of crafting. Make, then take, your artsy and fun project every week! 
Delight and stimulate your baby’s senses with short books, music, and more! Join us weekly for our interactive baby lap sit, which is designed for children from birth to 18 months to encourage early literacy development. Older siblings and children are always welcome.