Members of Reinhardt's Lady Eagles volleyball team show off their skills during the summer 2007 volleyball camp. This summer the Lady Eagles and their head coach are offering "Skills to Kill," a volleyball day camp for girls in grades 4th-12th, June 2- 6 from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. in the College�s James & Sis Brown Athletic Center
Reinhardt Offers a Variety of Activities for Summer Fun!
Sign up for summer fun at Reinhardt College! From enrichment courses and summer camps to patriotic performances and mountain biking, the College is where it's at this summer, and the community is invited to take part in all Reinhardt has to offer.
EnhanceYour Creative Writing Talent
Are you an aspiring poet, a detailed storyteller or a captivating songwriter, and you want to develop your creative writing skills? Then join Reinhardt's summer course ENG 298: Introduction to Creative Writing, June 9- July 31 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m.- 1:20 p.m.
"The course is designed to help students discover themselves as writers," said Dr. Donna Coffey, the associate professor of English who will be teaching the course. "While we will explore the genres of poetry, fiction, drama and creative nonfiction, students may choose to concentrate on one for their class project. The class will be small with a great deal of individual attention, and students will participate in workshops in which they share their work with other students in order to receive constructive criticism and encouragement."
For more information, please contact the Office of Admissions at 770-720-5526 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Explore the Great Outdoors
If your children enjoy exploring nature, make it a fun and guided learning experience at Reinhardt's Funk Heritage Center. The Funk Heritage Center is offering "Exploring Nature," a day camp for children ages 8-12, June 17- 20 from 10 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. This four-day summer enrichment camp focuses on Georgia's wildlife, plants and water. Campers will participate in many hands-on activities and will take away valuable experiences.
Call the Funk Heritage Center at 770-720-5970 or e-mail Martha Hout, program coordinator, at MAH@reinhardt.edu to request a registration form.
Improve Your Volleyball Skills
Learn from a group of the best the Lady Eagles volleyball team will host "Skills to Kill," a volleyball day camp for girls in grades 4th-12th, June 2- 6 from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. in the College's James & Sis Brown Athletic Center. Participants will enjoy a full day of volleyball fun and instruction that will include morning warm-up, skills and station work and then individualized practice and daily competitions in the afternoon. Campers will be coached by the best coach and players in College's history -- Angela Monds, Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) Volleyball Coach of the Year, and team members who were awarded such honors as the SSAC 1st Team All Conference, 2nd Team All Conference and Freshmen of the Year.
The camp has gotten high praise from parents of participants. One camper's parent said, "I want to take this opportunity on behalf of my daughter to thank you for the wonderful experience she had at the Reinhardt College Volleyball Camp. We could see the improvement each day when we picked her up. I loved the daily memory verse and the Christian way you conducted yourself and the camp. We look forward to the summer 2008
For more information or to register, please contact Monds at 770-720-9217 or ALM@reinhardt.edu.
Celebrate with Patriotic Music
Get in the spirit for the Fourth of July with stirring patriotic music. On Sunday, June 29 at 3 p.m., the Atlanta Concert Band will present a concert of patriotic tunes at Reinhardt College's Falany Performing Arts Center. Enjoy a wonderful summer afternoon listening to moving pieces which recount our nation's struggles, including Ives' "Variations on America", Aaron Copeland's "Buckaroo" from Rodeo, Claude T. Smith's "Flight," the official march of the Smithsonian Institute's National Air and Space Museum, and much, much more. Join us for some musical fireworks as we celebrate this great country we call home!
Admission to the performance is $15 for adults and $10 for seniors (55 and older) and children age 12 and younger. Tickets purchased before the day of the performance receive a $2 discount. For ticket information, call the Falany Performing Arts Center box office at (770) 720-9167, or go online at www.reinhardt.edu/fpac/
Exercise on Scenic Trails
Enjoy Reinhardt's scenic campus while exercising on the College's extensive bike and nature trails. As North Georgia is considered a mountain biking Mecca, it is fitting that Reinhardt College has a system of trails designed specifically for experienced mountain bikers. These exclusive trails take riders on a 5-mile system of interconnected trails located on College property, offering gorgeous views and excellent terrain for mountain biking, hiking and running. The trailhead of Reinhardt's mountain bike trails is located on Grady Street behind the James & Sis Brown Athletic Center. All trails are loop trails and return to the trailhead. Prior to riding, all users must sign Waiver & Release forms, which are available at the trailhead.
For more information, contact Becky Doebler, coordinator of student activities, at 770-720-9238 or RMD@reinhardt.edu.
The possibilities for summer fun at Reinhardt are endless! Keep an eye on the College calendar for more opportunities. Come out and enjoy the College's variety of events and activities -- you'll find something for everyone in the family!