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Spring 2021 : (March 08, 2021 - April 23, 2021)
Spring Break April 5-9; Makeup Dates April 26-30
Register before 2021-03-01 to avoid the late registration fee of $5.00 per class.
Scholarship applications are due by 2021-03-01.
Class Cost Ages Instructor Enrolled Room Site Status
Online Events
An Emu for You
Have you ever had an unusual pet? Maybe you have a cat, a dog, or even a chicken. But have you ever had a pet iguana or pigeon? Each week we will tackle another outrageous animal. Children will follow oral directions which will include stretching their art vocabulary. Then they will be free to use their own creativity to color and embellish their drawings. Some examples are emu, parrot, raccoon, frog, hermit crab.
Notes: Parents are asked to provide supplies, and there is no supply fee. Supplies needed are black Sharpie, washable markers in both broad and fine points, heavy paper.
Prerequisites: Ability to focus and follow oral directions
Guided drawing of unusual pets
Mondays & Wednesdays, 11:00-11:40 am
$85.00 5-7 Louisa Cahan 5/5 Zoom Online Waitlist
LEGO Stop Motion
Learn Lego stop motion with this fun and creative class for beginners! Master the basics of stop motion animation, practice creating your own short videos using LEGO, and bring it all together with an awesome final project! All you need are some Legos, a compatible smartphone or tablet, and your imagination! This class is co-taught by a mother-son team: Emily & Liam Mohajeri Norris, with Liam leading the instruction. Liam, age 17, is an avid LEGO designer and enthusiast who has years of experience teaching LEGO classes for all ages.
Notes: Owning LEGO would be helpful. :) If you don't already own some, get a basic starter kit and some minifigures. Also, students need a smartphone or tablet with a camera that can download Stop Motion Studio, a free app available on the App Store and Google Play. For more customization options, students can purchase the $5 “Pro” version of Stop Motion Studio if they want.
Prerequisites:
Create fun and original animations!
Mondays, 11:00 am - 12:20 pm
$85.00 8-14 Emily Norris 14/10 Zoom Online Waitlist
Treasures of Europe
Let’s explore the art and architecture treasures of Italy, Spain, France, and other European countries. We’ll sculpt Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa, England’s Big Ben and ancient Stonehenge, and Russia’s Red Square. Easy-to-use tinfoil and masking tape are our key building blocks, with some paint and glue thrown in. We’ll also explore French artists like Seurat, the Swiss sculptor Giacometti, Italy’s Leonardo da Vinci, Spain’s Picasso, the Netherlands’ Van Gogh, and more. Artists are encouraged to learn about these European classics, then be inspired to make their own version of the landmark or masterpiece we are sharing.
Notes: Materials: Tinfoil and masking tape (tan is preferred, but many colors are available and welcome) form the foundation of our sculpture, with a bit of glue to hold it together. A hot glue gun is a great tool, but regular glue works fine also. For paintings, we’ll use colored and white paper, plus crayons, pencils or paints. If you have watercolor or poster (tempera) paint, that will do. Of course, a brush or two plus a jar for water is needed. We also may need scissors.
Prerequisites: No
Paint and Sculpt Europe!
Mondays, 1:00-2:20 pm
$85.00 8-12 Janet Beals 0/8 Zoom Online Closed
Allons-y, Les Petits: The Secret Life of Plushies, Part Quatre (4)
Speak, sing, dance, and play “en français.” This class is an introduction to French language and culture in a fun, relaxed, online atmosphere. In this final section of my year-long beginning French class, students will learn how to ask for food and drink politely, describe things by size and color, and talk about activities they do and do not like to do. We will also review all material from the previous three courses. Puppet co-instructors will include cheerful cat Eugénie and bashful bear Pascal, plus other guest stars. Students will be invited to bring a “peluche” (stuffed animal) to class to play along. Please note that this class will meet on Zoom two times a week for 30 minutes. This class is a continuation of the fall and winter courses, but new students are welcome. No prior experience with the language is required.
Notes: Please note that this class meets on Zoom two times a week for 30 minutes.
Prerequisites: None!
Beginning French
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:00-10:30 am
$85.00 5-8 Carolyn Fay 5/10 Zoom Online Open
Allons-y, Les Amis: Peluche Madness! Part Quatre (4)
Lions, tigres, ours—oh là là! This online introduction to French for the older child uses “peluches” (stuffed animals), dolls, and action figures to help us practice our conversational skills. In this final section of the year-long course, students will put everything together and engage in longer conversations. We will continue to practice a variety of communicative functions: describing yourself and others, talking about likes and dislikes, ordering food and drink in a café, and inviting friends to play with us. We will also occasionally discuss French culture and traditions. Emphasis will be on speaking and listening. Please note that this class will meet on Zoom two times a week for 30 minutes. This is a continuation of the fall and winter term courses. New students are welcome, but should contact the instructor prior to enrolling to discuss placement.
Notes: Please note that this class meets on Zoom two times a week for 30 minutes.
Prerequisites: None! But please contact the instructor if you are enrolling a student who is brand new to French.
Elementary French
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:00-11:30 am
$85.00 9-12 Carolyn Fay 5/10 Zoom Online Open
My Art Journal
The world around us is full of beauty and wonder. Even the simplest blade of grass can be beautiful in the eyes of a budding artist. In this class, children will use two sketchbooks: one purchased and one pocket-sized that they make themselves. Each lesson will introduce a drawing skill that is applicable to journal keeping. Children will try out each skill, practice it, and then use their own creativity to make their sketchbooks into a book they will enjoy adding to long after the course is over.
Notes: Parents will be asked to provide a sketchbook, any kind, a pencil, a black pen or Sharpie, and a few sheets of copy paper. Scissors will be needed on the first day of class only. Optional: any coloring supplies, such as crayons, washable markers, and watercolor paint.
Prerequisites: Ability to focus and follow oral directions
Developing a Personal Sketchbook
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:00-12:40 pm
$85.00 8-10 Louisa Cahan 0/5 Zoom Online Closed
Tell Me a Story
Everyone has a story to tell, whether it’s a story about their life or a fictional one! In six short weeks, we’ll write a children’s book and illustrate it, complete with cover. We’ll create a hero or heroine, pick a setting (the environment), construct a plot and a problem, and follow our protagonist’s journey to a happy ending. As we write, we’ll create our own drawings, paintings, and collages to go along with the story. When we paste it all together, adding a bio of the author (you!) and perhaps a few reviews, your parents can take it to Staples (or the office) for binding and copying … and presto! An original book!
Notes: Materials: You’ll want to gather white paper, colored paper, scissors, glue, a ruler, and other assorted items like glitter, ribbon, or yarn. For drawing or painting, you’ll need watercolor or tempera (poster) paint, a brush or two, and a container for water. Ideally, the story and words will be typed on a computer and pasted into the book. If this is not possible, printing will be fine. To bind the book together, our best suggestion is to take the pages to an office-type store to get it spiral bound (about $3.50 at Staples for binding and a plastic cover.) A cheaper version is to staple the left-hand edges.
Prerequisites: None
Write your own book!
Tuesdays, 1:00-2:20 pm
$85.00 10-14 Janet Beals 4/8 Zoom Online Open
Improv Wizards Unite
Whether you wish to be a comedian/actor/or just have fun, this is a fun and safe place to practice your improvisational skills. You will learn ways to naturally expel humor without even trying! Every week we will go through a series of warm-ups and games with no scripts, using the power of our minds and imagination.
Notes: Notebook, if you wish to take notes.
Prerequisites: None required
Improv Comedy for all levels
Wednesdays, 1:00-2:20 pm
$85.00 10-18 Heather Hayes 3/10 Zoom Online Open
Treasures of Europe
Let’s explore the art and architecture treasures of Italy, Spain, France, and other European countries. We’ll sculpt Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa, England’s Big Ben and ancient Stonehenge, and Russia’s Red Square. Easy-to-use tinfoil and masking tape are our key building blocks, with some paint and glue thrown in. We’ll also explore French artists like Seurat, the Swiss sculptor Giacometti, Italy’s Leonardo da Vinci, Spain’s Picasso, the Netherlands’ Van Gogh, and more. Artists are encouraged to learn about these European classics, then be inspired to make their own version of the landmark or masterpiece we are sharing.
Notes: Materials: Tinfoil and masking tape (tan is preferred, but many colors are available and welcome) form the foundation of our sculpture, with a bit of glue to hold it together. A hot glue gun is a great tool, but regular glue works fine also. For paintings, we’ll use colored and white paper, plus crayons, pencils or paints. If you have watercolor or poster (tempera) paint, that will do. Of course, a brush or two plus a jar for water is needed. We also may need scissors.
Prerequisites: No
Paint and Sculpt Europe!
Wednesdays, 3:00-4:20 pm
$85.00 5-8 Janet Beals 3/8 Zoom Online Open
Zip, Zoom, Float, and Fly!
You’re zipping down the speedway, wind whipping your hair up in a frenzy as you hug the turns. Or maybe you’re an astronaut, bracing yourself for the bumpy ride as your reentry capsule falls from space into the Earth’s atmosphere. Wherever your dreams may lead you, it’s up to engineers to design and build the vehicles to get you there. How do they do it and keep you safe? With crash test dummies, of course! We will design and build a variety of vehicles and test them with our very own crash test dummies.
Notes: Supplies will be provided.
Prerequisites:
vehicle engineering
Wednesdays, 3:00-4:20 pm
$100.00 9-12 Megan Bailey 9/8 Zoom Online Waitlist
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Do you ever wonder how a plant knows how to grow? It's almost magical! In this class, you’ll explore the science behind that magic as you dig into the basics of gardening. You’ll learn by growing a variety of plants and conducting experiments on how environmental factors, such as water supply, sunlight, and soil types, affect them. By the end, you will have flower and vegetable gardens of your very own!
Notes:
Prerequisites:
plant study
Thursdays, 2:00-3:20 pm
$95.00 5-8 Megan Bailey 4/8 Zoom Online Open
Into the Unknown
Let’s look at two of the world’s most interesting environments and explore them in depth. Using painting, collage, mixed media and sculpture, you will populate the ocean and outer space with your own imagination. What lives in the ocean? Fish, moray eels, sea grass, sharks? Or is there a pirate ship and a treasure chest? What could we find in outer space? Stars, planets, the Milky Way? Or are there rocket ships and aliens? We’ll create environments in 2-D with paint and paper, then move to tinfoil and masking tape to expand our vision into 3-D sculptures.
Notes: Materials: You’ll want to gather big sheets of white paper (or tape some small ones together) watercolor or other paints, paints, some colored paper, tissue or crepe paper, and glue. Ribbon, yarn or string could come in handy, and some tinfoil and masking tape are our raw materials for sculpting. Hot glue can come in handy but is not necessary.
Prerequisites: None
Explore Space and the Sea
Fridays, 1:00-2:20 pm
$85.00 6-9 Janet Beals 7/8 Zoom Online Open
Programming with Minecraft for Windows 10
Make it rain chickens! Detect valuable ore beneath your feet! Spawn 1000 blocks of TNT with a single command! Using MakeCode for Minecraft, a block-based programming language, students will learn the fundamentals of computer science by altering the behavior of their own Minecraft worlds. The class will cover programming basics such as variables, iteration, conditionals, and event handling through various guided programming tutorials and independent projects. This online class aims to deliver computer programming instruction to a wide range of students with varying levels of proficiency through one-on-one instruction via email and/or Discord. Weekly homework will be assigned--a short reading and a small project with step by step instructions. Students who want to complete more than one weekly assignment can do so and will receive a new assignment each time they finish one. Returning Minecraft students are welcome! We'll just pick up where you stopped last time.
Notes: This course does not have a scheduled meeting time! Students work at home at their own pace. Unfortunately, the coding software doesn't work on Apple computers. Students need a Windows 10 computer with a purchased copy of the Windows 10 edition of Minecraft. Apple users can try to run Bootcamp, which allows you to install Windows 10 on Apple hardware. Students should have their own email address and/or Discord account for correspondence with the instructor (or a parent willing to receive and send email for them).
Prerequisites: Prior experience with Minecraft and a computer capable of running the Windows 10 version of Minecraft (see Notes section) Sufficient reading and writing skills for reading instructions and communicating via email/Discord (or have a parent who doesn't mind helping). Ability to work independently and be motivated to work outside a classroom.
Learn to program with Minecraft
Asynchronous - no scheduled meeting time
$85.00 8-18 Tom Lynch 2/16 Asynchronous Online Open

Winter 2021 : (January 11, 2021 - February 19, 2021)
Make-up Weeks February 22 & March 1
Register before 2020-12-20 to avoid the late registration fee of $5.00 per class.
Scholarship applications are due by 2020-12-20.
Class Cost Ages Instructor Enrolled Room Site Status
Online Events
Painting Our Way through Art History
Where did it all begin? Before there was the written word, there were pictures that told the stories of the world. Each week, we will try on the painting style of an American or European artist of the past, beginning with an anonymous cave painter and progressing through various periods of history up to modern times. Join us as we explore the art of western civilizations!
Notes: Each child needs a set of tempera paints, in red, yellow, blue, black and white. Other colors are optional. A paint brush, a supply of watercolor paper or any heavy paper, water for mixing and cleanup, paper towels or a sponge, a pencil, and a black permanent marker, such as a Sharpie, are also needed.
Prerequisites: Ability to focus and follow oral directions, and prior experience painting or playing with paint.
You can be Picasso for a day!
Mondays & Wednesdays, 11:00-11:40 am
$85.00 5-7 Louisa Cahan 4/6 Zoom Online Open
LEGO Quest
Creative, fun, and hilarious, LEGO Quest challenges builders to create scenes out of LEGO for their very own story. The catch: every week there is a new prompt! Finally, in the last class, each student can share their unique story through pictures of each model. This class is co-taught by a mother-son team: Emily & Liam Mohajeri Norris, with Liam leading the instruction. Liam, age 17, is an avid LEGO designer and enthusiast who has years of experience teaching LEGO classes for all ages.
Notes: Owning LEGO would be helpful. :) If you don't already own some, get a basic starter kit and some minifigures. Also, students will be invited to take a digital picture of their creations each week. These pictures will be used in the final presentations the last week of class.
Prerequisites:
Build your story using LEGO!
Mondays, 11:00 am - 12:20 pm
$85.00 8-14 Emily Norris 9/12 Zoom Online Open
Lions, Tigers, and Bears!
What is your favorite animal? An elephant? A giraffe? A hippo? We’ll look at both odd and ordinary animals and create our own versions of them. Want to create a zoo or circus? Or perhaps you’d rather create a mythical world full of dragons and unicorns. The tinfoil and tape method of sculpture provides an easy entry into the world of animals.
Notes: You will need tinfoil, masking tape (tan is great, or you could purchase a variety of colors at Target or Lowe’s), glue gun and glue sticks, paint and paintbrushes. Extras such as string, beads, buttons, and glitter and the like are nice additions.
Prerequisites: none
Create sculptures from ants to zebras!
Mondays 1:00-2:20 pm
$85.00 8-11 Janet Beals 2/10 Zoom Online Open
Allons-y, Les Petits: The Secret Life of Plushies, Part Trois
Speak, sing, dance, and play “en français.” This class is an introduction to French language and culture in a fun, relaxed, online atmosphere. No prior experience with the language is required. Students will learn how to greet each other, introduce themselves, say how old they are, and say what they like to do. Puppet co-instructors will include cheerful cat Eugénie and bashful bear Pascal, plus other guest stars. Students will be invited to bring a “peluche” (plushy) to class to play along. Please note that this class will meet on Zoom two times a week for 30 minutes. This class is a continuation of the fall courses, but new students are welcome.
Notes: Please note that this class meets on Zoom two times a week for 30 minutes.
Prerequisites:
Beginning French
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:00-10:30 am
$70.00 5-8 Carolyn Fay 5/10 Zoom Online Open
Creative Filmmaking at Light House Studio
In this workshop, you will write, direct, shoot, and edit your own film! We’ll go behind the scenes and see how your favorite movies were made, and how you can make your own cinematic masterpieces. You’ll start the week by exploring the following fundamentals: Storytelling Screenwriting Cinematic techniques Working with Actors Special effects / VFX Sound & Audio Through hands on exercises, screenings, and discussions, by the end you’ll have created your own incredible and original films using everything you’ve learned!
Notes: A camera and tripod will be provided for each class. More details about pickups and returns to come. One-on-one technical instruction will be given to each student. We will be using WeVideo to edit the films. This is an online program that can be used on most computers. All you need to use it is an active email account. Similar to a successful number of our recent Summer Film Academy workshops, this class will be conducted virtually over Zoom.
Prerequisites: None
Learn how to create your own film
Tuesdays, 10:00-11:20 am
$85.00 10-15 Will Goss 6/10 Zoom Online Open
French Art
If you are taking French, consider this class as an add-on! Recreate famous French national monuments and everyday scenes. We’ll create our own versions and learn a bit about the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe, and more. We’ll also create the little things we need for everyday French speaking – a plate, a cup, bread, some food and drink – whatever we need. And we’ll do it all in easy to use tinfoil and masking tape, which we’ll then paint with tempera paint. Tinfoil and tape is an easily accessible method of sculpture, allowing everyone to create with ease.
Notes: You provide tinfoil and tape of any color (or multiple colors, available at Target or Lowe’s), a glue gun and glue sticks. If you don't have a glue gun, can't help your child with hot glue, or your child is not ready to use it on her own, regular glue and tape can suffice. You’ll need an outlet to plug in the glue gun. Also helpful is paint, several brushes and a water jar. Extras such as string, beads, buttons, and glitter and the like are nice additions. Glitter or glitter glue is a plus.
Prerequisites:
Sculpt French Bread and the Eiffel Tower
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:00-11:40 am
$85.00 5-8 Janet Beals 4/8 Zoom Online Open
Allons-y, Les Amis: Peluche Madness! Part Trois
Lions, tigres, ours—oh là là! In this online introduction to French for the older child, we will use “peluches” (plushies), dolls, action figures, and more to practice our conversational skills. Students will learn how to greet each other, introduce themselves, talk about likes and dislikes, describe themselves and others, and order food and drink in a café. There will be occasional homework such as videos to watch and short vocabulary lists to practice. Emphasis will be on speaking and listening. Please note that this class will meet on Zoom two times a week for 30 minutes. This is a continuation of the fall term courses. New students should contact the instructor prior to enrolling to discuss placement.
Notes: Please note that this class meets on Zoom two times a week for 30 minutes.
Prerequisites:
Elementary French
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:00-11:30 am
$70.00 9-12 Carolyn Fay 5/10 Zoom Online Open
Advanced French Art
If you are taking French, consider this class as an add-on! Recreate famous French national monuments and everyday scenes. We’ll create our own versions and learn a bit about the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe, and more. We’ll also create the little things we need for everyday French speaking – a plate, a cup, bread, some food and drink – whatever we need. And we’ll do it all in easy to use tinfoil and masking tape, which we’ll then paint with tempera paint. Tinfoil and tape is an easily accessible method of sculpture, allowing everyone to create with ease.
Notes: You provide tinfoil and tape of any color (or multiple colors, available at Target or Lowe’s), a glue gun and glue sticks. You’ll need an outlet to plug in the glue gun. Elmer's Glue and masking tape can substitute if necessary. Also helpful is paint, several brushes and a water jar. Extras such as string, beads, buttons, and glitter and the like are nice additions. Glitter or glitter glue is a plus.
Prerequisites:
Sculpt French Bread and the Eiffel Tower
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:00-12:40 pm
$85.00 9-12 Janet Beals 0/8 Zoom Online Closed
The Night Sky
Look at the sky in the morning. What do you see? What color is the sky? Are there white, puffy clouds? Can you see the moon? Look again at night. Now what do you see? Winter is the perfect time to examine the sky at night. Not only does it get dark earlier, but our planet is far away from the sun, allowing us to explore the millions of stars in the sky. In this class, we'll learn about the phases of the moon and how the Earth and moon are bound together. We'll study constellations and the planets in our solar system through stories, activities, and experiments.
Notes: Supplies are provided.
Prerequisites:
hands-on astronomy study
Tuesdays, 2:00-3:00 pm
$80.00 5-7 Megan Bailey 7/8 Zoom Online Open
Gadgets & Gizmos - Spy (and Superhero!) Edition
Spies and superheroes may not seem like they have anything in common, but they do! Before you ask: No, I do not have any radioactive spiders to turn you into Spiderman; and no, I must have left my Pym serum to shrink you down to ant-size in my other pants. Sorry (not sorry)! But remember - Ironman and Batman don't have superpowers. They have super tools, and many spies have the same. Spies and superheroes have the coolest gadgets, and now we're going to make them for ourselves!
Notes: Supplies are provided.
Prerequisites:
Hands-on physics study
Wednesdays, 3:00-4:20 pm
$95.00 8-12 Megan Bailey 10/8 Zoom Online Waitlist
All in the Elements
Anything and everything that you can think of (and everything that you can't think of) exists because of chemistry. Dirt? Chemistry. Computers? Chemistry. Triple fudge banana split ice cream sundae with sprinkles? Chemistry! Everything has a chemical composition - not just the "chemicals" we find in cleaning solutions. We will learn the difference between mixtures and solutions, solutions and compounds. We'll play with acids and bases, explore oxidation, and discuss the many applications of chemistry in various industries such as farming, cosmetics, and many more!
Notes: Supplies are provided. This course is academic and will require minor research for our final project.
Prerequisites:
hands-on chemistry study
Thursdays, 1:00-2:20 pm
$95.00 12-16 Megan Bailey 6/6 Zoom Online Waitlist
Living Science - The Human Body Pt. 3 (Final)
Join us for Part 3 of our journey through the human body. We will examine different organ systems during this session. The human body is an amazing organism. Have you ever wondered strong your hair is? Grab some pennies and we'll find out. Why does your heart beat faster when you're scared? We will answer all of these questions and many more! Each week we will investigate a different body system, including the skeletal and endocrine systems, through a variety of experiments. We'll use food coloring, pantyhose, glitter, and many more common items to discover how our bodies work!
Notes: Supplies are provided. This class is a continuation. We will learn about different organ systems from parts 1 & 2. New students welcome!
Prerequisites: none
Human body study through experiments
Thursdays, 3:00-4:20 pm
$95.00 8-12 Megan Bailey 6/8 Zoom Online Open
Welcome to the Jungle
The tropical rainforest has an incredibly diverse ecosystem full of colorful birds and flowers, and amazing insects and lizards. It rains all year long, and yet the animals that live here rarely get rained on! How is that possible? What animal lives in the trees, cannot walk, and spends 90 percent of its time still as a statue? You may have heard about the Venus Flytrap, but do you know about the dramatic bloom of the Giant Rafflesia? We'll learn about all of this and more as we travel through the layers of the rainforest.
Notes: Supplies are provided.
Prerequisites:
tropical rainforest plants & animals
Fridays, 2:00-3:20 pm
$95.00 5-8 Megan Bailey 4/8 Zoom Online Open
Programming with Minecraft for Windows 10
Make it rain chickens! Detect valuable ore beneath your feet! Spawn 1000 blocks of TNT with a single command! Using MakeCode for Minecraft, a block-based programming language, students will learn the fundamentals of computer science by altering the behavior of their own Minecraft worlds. The class will cover programming basics such as variables, iteration, conditionals, and event handling through various guided programming tutorials and independent projects. This online class aims to deliver computer programming instruction to a wide range of students with varying levels of proficiency through one-on-one instruction via email and/or Discord. Weekly homework will be assigned--a short reading and a small project with step by step instructions. Students who want to complete more than one weekly assignment can do so and will receive a new assignment each time they finish one. Returning Minecraft students are welcome! We'll just pick up where you stopped last time.
Notes: This course does not have a scheduled meeting time! Students work at home at their own pace. Unfortunately, the coding software doesn't work on Apple computers. Students need a Windows 10 computer with a purchased copy of the Windows 10 edition of Minecraft. Apple users can try to run Bootcamp, which allows you to install Windows 10 on Apple hardware. Students should have their own email address and/or Discord account for correspondence with the instructor (or a parent willing to receive and send email for them).
Prerequisites: Prior experience with Minecraft and a computer capable of running the Windows 10 version of Minecraft (see Notes section) Sufficient reading and writing skills for reading instructions and communicating via email/Discord (or have a parent who doesn't mind helping). Ability to work independently and be motivated to work outside a classroom.
Learn to program with Minecraft
Asynchronous - no scheduled meeting time.
$85.00 8-18 Tom Lynch 3/16 Asynchronous Online Open