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Summer Camp classes are closed for 2022, we hope to see you next Summer"
EN-RICH-MENT offers dance instruction in the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Dancers will be introduced to and learn various styles of dance with emphasis on Ballet, Jazz, and Hip Hop. African, Caribbean, Tap, Modern Contemporary, Liturgical, Ballroom, and Step are our exploratory dance styles. Dance classes will focus on technique, flexibility, memorization, musicality, collaboration, ensemble dance, choreography, performance and dance etiquette.
The EN-RICH-MENT Drumline Academy (EDLA) teaches many forms of marching percussion to youth ages 5-24. Classes are taught throughout the year at the EN-RICH-MENT Fine Arts Program.
Sprouts Drumming (5-8) teaches young students basic skills, meter and timing, rudiments, and stick control.
Junior Varsity (JV) Drumline (8-18) is the next tier, and allows each student to begin focusing on a single instrument. We have snares, quads, bells, cymbals, and basses on our line. This class teaches note reading, marching drill, conditioning exercises, and builds the foundation for a varsity member.
The Varsity Drumline requires an audition, and performs on a regular basis. Membership requires commitment to rehearsals and engagements, as well as outside practicing! This class teaches note reading, cadences, conditioning/movements, marching and standstill drill.
PIANO CLASSES - Students embark on a musical journey, building the knowledge, skills, and repertoire for life-long learning. Students will learn the piano keyboard geography, music theory, reading skills, ear-training, rhythmic-reading, writing, and improvisation. The culminating benefits are the social and neurocognitive development associated with studying music (e.g., increased IQ, increased language skills, increased math skills, and confidence)
VOICE CLASS/CHOIR - We have singing lessons for beginners through advanced-level vocal performers all done through group teaching.. Vocal lessons start with an assessment of your individual abilities and goals. After establishing a baseline, students will learn to sing by mastering the fundamentals like breathing, and posture and diction. We see vocalist no differently than an elite athlete — they must master the basics before winning the Olympics. These basic principles are key to strong vocal performances.
Our experienced voice teacher guides beginner vocalists through their musical journey: assisting with pitch and ear-training, music theory, rhythmic reading, writing and improvisation, and much more! Lessons are taught through music curriculum guidebooks. The culminating benefits are the social and neurocognitive development associated with studying music (e.g., increased IQ, increased language skills, increased math skills, and confidence).
MEDIA CLASSES - Media – Students receive classroom instruction and on-the-job training from industry professionals in a variety of media-related areas including Live TV Production (Directing, Camera Operation, Lighting and Sound, Scriptwriting, Interviewing, Video Journalism, and Video Recording and Editing), Theater Tech (Live Sound Production, Sound Design, Lighting Design, and Color Theory), Graphic Design (Flyer/Poster Creation, Digital Animation, and Chart and Graph Design), and Photography (DSLR Camera Operation, Framing, Lighting, Composition, Studio and Guerilla Photography, Smartphone Photography, Photo Editing, and Photo Cataloging/Archiving).
The EN-RICH-MENT Garden is located on the corner of 7th St and Fulton Rd. Youth learn how to plant a variety of vegetables, flowers and plants as well as grow and nourish them.
Youth are taught the importance of eating healthy for a healthier lifestyle. A new component of the EN-RICH-MENT Garden is the performance stage.
Arts & Craft classes teach students to make a variety of items. Projects include painting, drawing, coloring with crayons, and relaxing activities.
African drumming class is based on the West African styles of Ghana. The djembe, axatse and gangoki are used to create music and express the celebratory styles of drumming. This class is fast paced and involves learning different beats, and the calls and responses that go with them.
Our steel band embraces the culture of pan and the island of Trinidad and Tobago. Students get an idea of the different styles of music played in a steel band and get to experience a variety of accompanying instruments to the steel band.
EN-RICH-MENT's music classes teach students how to use a wide of instruments. Music students team up with the theatre students to create live studio productions.
Creative Cooking helps youth learn and practice basic math concepts as well as build language skills. The experience of creating meals with youth helps build their self-confidence and lays the foundation for healthy eating habits. It also encourages an adventurous palate. Children are notoriously picky eaters; therefore, cooking in the kitchen can help them open up to new tastes. healthy snacks and quick meals with a blender and microwave.
EN-RICH-MENT’S LEADERSHIP PROGRAM equips young adults ages 13 - 22 with strong leadership and community service skills providing professional and personal career guidance and exploration opportunities.
Free African and Praise Dance Classes
Praise Dance 4:30pm-5:30pm
African Dance 5:30pm-6:15pm
Praise Dance 11pm-12pm
African Dance 12pm-1pm
Guitar Classes with Steve Miller
Guitar Classes with Steve Miller
Beginning February 26th,
en-rich-ment will furnish guitars
Learn what it takes to build your own successful city economy in the SimCity Class. Students learn about money management, leadership, creative problem solving, and real world application.
REV. MARK SMITH'S
Fitness For Better Health Program
Rev. Mark Smith was a dedicated supporter of EN-RICH-MENT. He loved to workout and take walks with his wife Betty, the Co-founder and Executive Director of
Rev. Smith faithfully worked out three days a week at Powerhouse gym. His wife told him this was not only his place to work out but was also his second church. He loved interacting with many of the members, such as Elec Simon, well-known percussionist and motivational speaker, as well as the the owner Chris Maggiore.
Rev. Smith always came home and told his wife about the wonderful people he chatted with at the gym and how much he enjoyed his workout.
August 1, at the age of 88, Rev. Smith passed away with COVID PNEUMONIA.
In honor of Rev. Smith, EN-RICH-MENT has established a fitness program to encourage others to take care of their health by working out and eating healthy foods.
Beginning February 21, the following classes will be held at EN-RICH-MENT, 1014 Cleveland Ave NW.
Alternating Mondays, 7 to 8 pm Zumba with Russelle Pratt and Xtreme Burn with Sean Strong. Yoga with Tarrah Burton and Mondays 7 to 8 pm.
Aerobics with Brent Walker Wednesdays from 7pm to 8pm.
To learn more about the classes click here.
Participants will also receive information on nutrition.
Register on line at www.en-rich-ment.org.
In addition to the fitness program, the HOF Marathon team is coordinating a 5K run/walk that will be held July 23, 9 am in downtown Canton. Individuals who have lost loved ones to COVID are asked to walk or run in their honor. Details to follow.
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-546-7724.
Rev. Mark Smiths Fitness and Nutrition for Better Health Program.
To sign up for classes download and submit a registration form