Thursdays starting January 17, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Craft Room.
(No program session offered on March 13, 2019 - March Break.)
Free for Members and Act-i-Pass or $3 per child, per visit
Children must be 9+ years old (to a maximum of Grade 8-age).
This club will teach children how to make a robot come to life! Children will be given the opportunity to work in teams to design, build and program a LEGO® robot to complete challenges and games.
No coding experience necessary!
This program is set up so that children can start at any time.
Please contact the Boys and Girls Club of London:
Call 519-434-9114 or
Weekly sessions are available for registration on Fridays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Or choose to register for all 8 sessions on Saturday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., and again from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Friday classes cost $25.00 per person, per class
Saturday morning sessions cost $160 for 8 weeks.
7 to 13 years old
|Friday||Saturday||Description of the session|
|March 22, 2019||March 23, 2019||Abstract Painting: Introducing mixing & blending techniques.|
|March 29, 2019||March 30, 2019||Graffiti: Introducing expressive design techniques with markers & paint.|
|April 5, 2019||April 6, 2019||Self Portrait: Learn how to draw and paint your self-portrait.|
|April 12, 2019||April 13, 2019||van Gogh: Painting Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night” in our own way.|
|NO CLASS||April 20, 2019||Group of Seven: Painting a Group of Seven landscape - according to our mood.|
|April 26, 2019||April 27, 2019||Fantasy Animals: Learn how to draw & paint dragons & other fantasy animals.|
|May 3, 2019||May 4, 2019||Still Life: Drawing and painting a still life - Learn the secrets of ‘seeing’!|
|May 10, 2019||May 11, 2019||Cartoon: Drawing the figure (cartoon style). Learn how to draw action poses using pencils and markers.|
You can register and pay online using the links below.
|Register for Fridays||Register for Saturdays|
An artist who likes to paint, Jeremy draws and builds sculptures. As an educator Jeremy blends fundamental artistic techniques with everyday concepts, to ensure that people of any skill level can have fun and learn about themselves and their world. Philosophically, Jeremy believes that when people exercise their creative capabilities through the making of art, they exercise their freedom of thought and being.