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Upcoming Programming  


Presidents' Day Theatre Day-Camp


The Arts Partnership presents Presidents Day Theatre Day-Camp. Take part in workshops that will cover the many faces of theatre


9 am - 4 pm Monday, February 20, 2016. Open to students in grades 1-12. Snacks and water provided, bring your own (non-refrigerated) lunch.


Fee: $60*


Click Here for Camp Registration Form


Explore the Arts! Classes


Channel your inner star with The Arts Partnership's performing arts classes "Explore the Arts!" Each course runs March 4 to April 8, meeting once per week.

Separate programming is available for youth and teens. All classes are held at The University of Findlay's Campus. 


Each age group will have the opportunity to register Acting and Musical Theatre. Grades 9-12 can also sign-up for Make-up.


Course fee: $125 per person per course*


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Magic Camp


International Magician of the Year, Kevin Spencer, teaches campers how to perform some incredible tricks with everyday objects. This week-long, half-day camp combines learning magic tricks with storytelling, music, theatre, and creative movement. Through the art of magic, campers will explore their curiosity, develop their magical creativity, and discover new confidence.


Magic camp will take place 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm Monday, March 13 through Friday, March 17. Students will perform in a showcase at 7 pm on Friday, March 17. The sessions and performance will be held at Donnell Middle School, 301 Baldwin Avenue in Findlay. Camp is recommended for grades 2 through 8. Registration is encouraged by Friday, March 3.


Fee: $85*

Click Here for Magic Camp Registration


*Scholarships are available for all programs


Professional Development Workshops


enrich. entertain.



Final remaining workshops for this season!



Teaching Shakespeare

Meriah Sage

Thursday, Feb. 16 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Marathon Center for the Performing Arts

Recommended for teachers of K-12

Bring Shakespeare to life in your classroom! In this workshop, teachers will build skills to help their students actively explore and analyze Shakespeare's stories, language, characters and themes while promoting communication, collaboration and confidence. Drawing on her rich and varied experience as a teacher and theatre artist, Meriah Sage will offer examples and practical ideas teachers can take and adapt for their own lessons. This workshop will challenge teachers to think creatively and critically about one of Shakespeare's works and offer practical ideas on how to integrate these technique into your curriculum.

Meriah Sage has been active in the field of theatre education and arts integration for over 15 years. Meriah currently teaches Arts Integration, Drama in Education, and Theatre at Ohio Northern University, Eastern Michigan University, and Bluffton University.



Little Red Knows Karate: Using storytelling to jazz up your class

Kevin Cordi

Thursday, March 14 4:30-6:30 p.m. 

Marathon Center for the Performing Arts

Recommended for teachers of K-12

In this workshop we will share how to jazz and snazz your classroom using storytelling and story making. By enhancing fiction and non-fiction, you will learn how to invigorate curriculum. Whole class "Ensemble Storytelling" and effective playful methods will be modeled and participants will be engaged in using drama and story to make the story come alive for students. Come, give yourself permission to play and learn how story and play are a highly useful combination for teaching and learning. 

Kevin Cordi is an American teacher, storyteller and author who has been awarded The Film Advisory Board of Excellence Award and The Storytelling World Award. He is a regular performer at storytelling festivals including the National Storytelling Festival.


Professional development workshops are FREE to ALL educators and pre-service educators. Light refreshments are served; all are ADA accessible. 




'The Cat in the Hat' and 'Dancing Wheels





Two performances remaining in the


TAP Package!


Affordable, family-friendly entertainment
All tickets $8 for students and $10 for adults

Tickets are available through
Marathon Center for the Performing Arts
200 W. Main Cross St. or marathoncenterarts.org


The Cat in the Hat - March 30


Childsplay is one of only a handful of theatre companies in the United States to perform this adaptation, making this high-energy and hilarious show a "must-see" for families! 

From the moment his tall, red-and-white striped hat appears at their door, Sally and her brother know that the Cat in the Hat is the most mischievous cat they will ever meet. Suddenly a rainy afternoon is transformed by the Cat and his antics. 



Dancing Wheels - April 6


Dancing Wheels is a professional, physically integrated dance company uniting the talents of dancers both with and without disabilities.

To date, the Dancing Wheels Company's inspirational mission has touched over 5 million people through performances, school assemblies, residencies and workshops. Millions more have enjoyed their artistry via appearances on CNN and Good Morning America.






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The Annual Youtheatre College Scholarship





The Annual Youtheatre
College Scholarship


The mission of Youtheatre is to create an inclusive environment in which to inspire and enrich the lives of all youth, regardless of income or ability, by providing educational opportunities and promoting appreciation of the arts. The Board of The Arts Partnership has established a scholarship to recognize students involved in the Youtheatre program as they graduate and move into a higher education institution in the subsequent year. 


Who's Eligible?



- Must be a high school senior who has been involved with the Youtheatre program within the past 4 years. Applicants should plan to attend an accredited institution of higher education full-time to pursue any undergraduate field of study in the subsequent year. 

- Students must have earned a 3.0 or higher
cumulative GPA. 

- Students related to anyone on the Scholarship Selection Committee or employees/board members of The Arts Partnership are ineligible to apply.




All applications and resumes must be completed and submitted by 12 a.m. April 17, 2017. Students must also send a one-page resume to boxoffice@artspartnership.com.





BGSU Financial Literacy Camp 2017 – Apply Now!

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Attention 7th & 8th Grade Parents:

BGSU Financial Literacy Camp 2017 – Apply Now!

Falcon Millionaires is a week-long financial literacy day camp held at Bowling Green State University. This camp teaches the importance of finances and is aligned with the middle grades content standards in financial literacy and career development. 

Topics covered during this camp will include: Philanthropy, Banking, Budgeting, Investing, Career/Business Development, Interviewing Techniques, Networking, and Public Speaking. 

Sessions will be held June 12th – 16th and June 26th – June 30th.  Camp registration is $150 per camper, which includes a t-shirt, a flash-drive of the week’s activities, field trips to local businesses, the opportunity to interact with entrepreneurs, and a VISA/debit card to teach budgeting and allow students to purchase lunches and snacks for the week.

Students must be entering the 8th or 9th grade in Fall 2017 to attend. For more information visit our website or contact Jane Clinard jclinar@bgsu.edu or 419/372-7795.  


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2017 Golden Apple Award Nomination Kickoff Information

The Mission of the Findlay High School is to develop within each student the ability to recognize and realize their individual potential to be lifelong learners who are caring, flexible, contributing citizens in an ever changing society. This is accomplished through families, students, staff, and community working together to provide a positive atmosphere where all students can attain the virtues necessary to achieve their mental, physical, and emotional potential. 


Findlay Rotary Club

The Findlay Rotary Club is currently seeking local families interested in hosting an international exchange student for the 2017-2018 school year, as well as area high school students ages 15-18 interested in going on an International Youth Exchange for the 2017-2018 School Year.  Scholarship opportunities are available for outbound students interested in going on Exchange.

This unique educational and cultural experience has been supported by Rotary International for over 60 years. The relationships you can form through Youth Exchange will be ones that will last a lifetime!

If you have an interest in learning more about opportunities available through Rotary Youth Exchange please visit http://rotarydistrict6600.org/rye  or you can contact:

Chris Alexander

Youth Exchange Chair

Findlay Rotary Club






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