Please join us for a 30-minute preview of Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness, followed by a critical community conversation about youth mental health. Hiding in Plain Sight is a new documentary by Ken Burns that concerns mental health challenges young people often struggle with, and how we as individuals and communities can help by being aware and showing empathy. It takes all of us to recognize and address the many obstacles our youth face in this increasingly complex and stress-filled world. The community conversation will be facilitated by Tyler Norris, MDiv, former CEO of Well Being Trust. This documentary and its subject are intended for mature audiences. Recommended viewing age: high school students and older. Venue: Minnie Moore Room, Community Campus. No registration is required. https://kenburns.com/films/hiding-in-plain-sight-youth-mental-illness/
For students ages 7-9 yrs and entering 2-4th grade in September: this fun filled camp meets daily from 9:00 am – 2:30 pm, Monday through Friday, June 21 – 25. Dancers will explore all genres of dance: ballet, hip hop, creative movement, folk and tap and include dance history, anatomy and watch dance videos from all forms of dance. The week concludes with a performance of pieces from the weeks’ activities. Cost: $200.00. The workshop is held at the Community Campus Studio in Hailey. Limited enrollment. Call 208-578-5462 or email [email protected] Questions: Hilarie Neely, Director and Instructor of the workshop.