|10:00||Radio Disney Begins
Game, Prizes, Fun!
|10:30||Parisi Speed School/Mac Fitness
|11:00||Keith Bennett Karate
Tweens and Teens
|1:00||Energy Dance Co.
Salsa With Drew
|2:00||Energy Dance Co.
Drew's Soul Line Dancing
|2:30||Bernie Salazar (Chef Demo Room)
Healthy Cooking for Kids
|3:00||Energy Dance Co.
Let's Move Ulster Flash Workout
Energy Dance Co.
Hip Hop With Drew
Parisi Speed School class demonstrations
Presented by Parisi Speed School Performance Coaches
Parisi Speed School demonstrations will show kids the fastest way to become better athletes. These classes provide for overall fitness and conditioning with an emphasis on essential sports based movements. Any student enrolled in the program can expect improvements in speed, agility, strength, endurance and flexibility.
Join Bernie for a live reading of his children's book "Monstercise: A Monster's Guide to Good Healthy Fun." Children will enjoy learning about how to live healthy by having fun and playing more! More information about Bernie's children's book "Monstercise: A Monster's Guide to Good Healthy Fun" is available at www.mymonstercise.com.
After a decade of eating his way to illness while his brother ran marathons, Bernie decided having a cupcake named after him would not go down prize for most weight loss at home in the real world! Bernie shed an amazing 130 pounds. He attributes losing nearly 46% of his body weight to four personal principals: motivation, information, perspiration and most importantly, self-appreciation. Realizing that his experience on The Ranch saved his life, he is now dedicated to sharing his perspectives on wellness with others so we can all get healthy together.
This program aims to motivate youth through the arts with a special focus on dance and music. While training in different techniques, students learn discipline and self-confidence as well as respect towards their peers, themselves, and their bodies. Students condition their minds and bodies while having fun. All body types are encouraged to study dance, not just for the health benefits, but for the love of the art. These lessons encourage a healthy attitude that extends to school, work, family and life in general.
Bryant "Drew" Andrews, Founder and Director of Energy and Artistic Managing Director of Center for Creative Education has over 20 years of experience working with youth. He has trained in on the streets of New York City as well as with professional choreographers in the business. Drew has been teaching choreography and performing various styles of dance in the Tri-state and Hudson Valley area for many years he has also recently taught and studied in Cuba. He has a focus on Hip-Hop fusion and is known for his high-energy dance style and his rich hard-hitting choreography. His passion for dance and for the welfare of children and young adults is evident in the way he encourages discipline and motivation for a healthy lifestyle. Having fun living and pursuing your passion in life is a major focus of Drew's. Drew serves as a mentor to youth, parents and other community members. He manages his role as the organization's program and artistic director along with being a leader to the staff and an inspiration to all. For more information, visit www.cce-kingston.org.
Operation Safe Child
Statistics show that 34 percent of parents in the United States do not know their child's exact height, weight and eye color. And, when a child is reported missing, time can be the greatest adversary. Possessing up-to-date photographs and detailed information about a child can prove to be important proactive measures that can greatly assist local law enforcement officials to quickly respond to a child's disappearance. Using equipment that contains the latest digital fingerprinting technology and high resolution photography capabilities, the Town of Ulster Police Department will produce SAFE CHILD cards for parents and guardians. The cards contain a child's name, biographical information (date of birth, gender, height, weight, hair color, eye color, etc.), and a fingerprint image of both index fingers. The card can be made in less than two minutes and can be easily carried in a wallet or pocketbook. Interested parents can choose to store the fingerprints, basic biographical information and photographs of children who are not missing -- information critical to expediting the return of a missing child.
The storage of information is entirely voluntary and requires the written consent of a parent or legal guardian. The information gathered is digitally recorded and stored in a database at the Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) in Albany. In the event DCJS receives a missing child report, the fingerprints of that child will be included in a special search file and compared against all incoming fingerprints submitted to the agency. In addition to being able to quickly provide important details to police agencies investigating child disappearances, the New York State SAFE CHILD Card will serve as an important tool when used in conjunction with the New York State AMBER Alert and Missing Child Alert programs. These cards will allow essential missing child information to be electronically disseminated, statewide if necessary, within minutes and dramatically increase the possibility of bringing a missing child home unharmed. For additional information, visit Operation SAFE CHILD online at: http://criminaljustice.state.ny.us/pio/safechild.htm