Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Who: This workshop is designed for 7th-9th grades (typically 12–15 years of age).
Older and younger students are welcome. Younger students will benefit from a parent or other responsible adult willing and able to serve as their classroom assistant. Participating parents are also welcome — parents who wish to participate should sign up as a "child/student" and then list their age as "parent." Due to space limitations, only enrolled students may be present in the classroom. Please read the parent policy below.
Cost for Child/Student: $18.50
Cost for Adult Educator and Chaperone: $0.00
Cost for Adult Educator and PCA: $0.00
Please register by: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 12:00pm
This stand-alone workshop is the first from the 5-week series, Paper Makers: From Pulp to Book, led by teaching artist Cindy Gipple.
To sign up for the full 5-week series, see Paper Makers: From Pulp to Book
Payment must be received by: Tue, Feb 21, 2017 - 12:00pm
- Please plan to send your payment the same day that you register.
The organizer will expect to receive your payment within 3 days of your date of registration — or by the payment deadline above, whichever comes first.
You may send your payment in two, three or four parts, but the organizer needs your full payment by the payment deadline so that she can pay MCBA on time.
- Immediately after you register, you will be emailed payment instructions from admin(at)homeschoolrecess(dot)com.
Make sure your email filters recognize this address as a legitimate sender. If you don't receive this email, please check your spam, junk or bulk mail folder. Contact the organizer if you are unable to find it; if you receive no response to your email, please call the organizer.
You are not officially registered until the organizer receives your payment.
- When the organizer records your payment, you will be emailed a payment receipt from admin(at)homeschoolrecess(dot)com.
If you've sent your payment and haven't received a payment confirmation, please contact the organizer by email or phone.
- If the organizer doesn't receive payment within 3 days of your date of registration or by the payment deadline, whichever comes first, the organizer may remove your family from the registration list.
You will be notified with an email from admin(at)homeschoolrecess(dot)com should this unfortunate event occur.
If you are unable to send payment immediately, please contact the organizer to make other arrangements. This protects the organizer from non-payment due to payment instructions blocked by overly aggressive spam protection.
- If you need to cancel your registration, please do so via an email request to the organizer.
Non-payment is not an acceptable way to cancel your registration. If you wish to cancel, please be respectful of the volunteer organizer's time and send an email request.
If you fail to send a cancellation request by the cancellation deadline, you will remain responsible for reimbursing the organizer for the cost of your family's participation.
- To help the organizer identify you in the registration database, please include your username and field trip number along with any requests. This information can be found in your payment instructions email message and on the registration form on this page.
Cancellation deadline: Tue, Feb 14, 2017 - 9:00am
TO CANCEL BEFORE THE DEADLINE: (1) Please let the organizer know as soon as possible via email. TO CANCEL AFTER THE DEADLINE: (1) Let the organizer know as soon as possible via email. (2) No refunds can be made as the organizer has already paid for your workshops. (3) You may transfer your registration to another family by posting the availability to the HSAdventures Yahoo Group (and elsewhere as appropriate). (3a) Any reimbursements should be handled privately between you and your substitute. (3b) Please let the organizer know about the substitution. TO CANCEL ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT: (1) It is not cool to just not show up. Please let the organizer know if you are unable to attend — via email, text message or voice mail.
Please arrive by:
Please plan to arrive about 15 minutes early in order to have plenty of time to find parking, check in with the organizer, visit the bathrooms and otherwise be prepared for our program to start on time. Please plan to be early to avoid being late due to inadequate maps, confusing road signs, road construction, heavy traffic, parking difficulties, inclement weather or uncooperative children.
Where to meet:
Please gather in the lobby of Open Book, by the coffee shop, unless directed elsewhere by the staff. Please check in with the organizer when you arrive.
No food or beverages inside the classroom. Open Book Café is located in the lobby on the first floor for before or after gathering snacks.
There is limited free parking is available in the Open Book lot adjacent to the building, and metered street parking, pay lots and public ramps are all available nearby. Reserved handicapped parking spaces are located near both the front and rear entrances to the building. Please do not park in spaces reserved for building tenants or staff. Be advised that events in the building may limit availability of spaces in the Open Book lot and that Metrodome events can affect parking availability in the neighborhood.
The Open Book building is located in downtown Minneapolis on Washington Ave. S. between 10th and 11th Avenues, near the Metrodome and just across I-35W from the University of Minnesota’s West Bank campus. Bus: MCBA is located on Metro Transit bus routes 7 and 22. The nearest stop is at Washington Ave. S. and 11th St., just down the block from Open Book’s front doors. Rail: MCBA is located five blocks east of the Downtown East/Metrodome light rail station.
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