Month: July 2017

  • Weather, Robots and Chemistry: Summer Science Seminar is Saturday!

    Jamie (bottom right) holding the rocket with a group of CCB youth launching water rockets

    Blind people can and are scientists, even though too often blind youth are discouraged or set off to the side in science classes. With that in mind, each year we conduct a Saturday Science Seminar in conjunction with our summer programs. It’s not exclusive, however, as blind youth are invited whether or not they’re in this year’s summer programs.

    So please join us for 3 fun filled and educational sessions in an array of sciences.

    When and Where?

    Saturday July 22nd from 9:30 am – 3:30 pm. We will be providing lunch so please RSVP to Brent by July 20th.… Read the rest “Weather, Robots and Chemistry: Summer Science Seminar is Saturday!”


  • Summer Youth Explore the Garden

    Large group of Summer Youth out in the garden with their bags full of things they picked

    Group of Summer Youth in the garden with bags of produce

    Today we start up again after our annual trip to the National Fedeeration of the Blind Convention in Orlando, but the CCB summer students got back in the swing of things yesterday. Since it was our appointed gardening day with the Master Gardeners, summer students and staff got the privilege of bringing in the first zucchini of the season, as well as some other tasy surprises!


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