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Events

Homeschooling 101: Everything you’ve Always Wanted To Know, and Here’s Your Chance To Ask!

Wednesday, April 15 @ 6.30 pm at Barnes & Noble, 150 Granite St, Braintree, MA. Discussion and Q&A session on homeschooling. Pre-registration recommended, please call 781.380.3655, or e-mail crm1989 at bn dot com.

Class Dismissed

Tuesday, April 21 from 7-9pm
Providence Place Mall – Showcase Cinema

ENRICHri is pleased to bring you Class Dismissed, a film about alternative education options in America. This film is 90 minutes long and we include a 30 minute discussion for the audience at this event.

LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE!! All seats are $10 (on 4/7 tickets will go up to $12). Small fee added to tickets purchased. Children and adults are welcome and encouraged to attend. Invite your family, friends, neighbors, and anyone interested in learning about homeschooling. If you are traveling from a distance or coming with a group, why not have a “dinner and a movie” night or plan shopping at the Providence Place Mall!

Tickets can be purchased here: Class Dismissed - ENRICHri

Class Dismissed

Monday, April 27, 4:30 pm in Northampton, MA

“Like many of us, Jeremy Stuart and Dustin Woodard are homeschooling parents who wished for a quality representation of homeschooling in film. Unlike many of us, they're both filmmakers. Thankfully for the rest of us, they have created the best movie about homeschooling to date.” ~ Boston Homeschooling Teens Examiner

Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts is sponsoring a screening of Class Dismissed, the family-friendly feature-length documentary that explores the rapidly growing homeschool movement, at Forbes Library*, 20 West St., Northampton, MA on Monday, April 27 at 4:30 pm. Class Dismissed follows one family’s quest to better their children’s lives by pulling them out of one of the highest-rated schools in L.A. After the 90-minute movie, there will be time (for those who would like to stay) to discuss the movie and ask questions about homeschooling in Massachusetts.

Cost is $10/person to reserve your spot; the full price will be refunded to you, making your attendance FREE. If you don't show up, your money will be donated to support the non-profit mission of AHEM.

Get tickets here: http://ahemclassdismissednorthampton.eventbrite.com

Space is limited. No refunds after April 26th except those made to movie attendees. If space allows, walk-ins will be permitted.

Directions and parking: http://forbeslibrary.org/info/directions-and-parking/

See the movie trailer: http://classdismissedmovie.com/

Visit the event's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/356468624559672/

Read the Huffington Post article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/christine-escobar/class-dismissed-documentary_b_6031592.html

Get your tickets here: http://ahemclassdismissednorthampton.eventbrite.com

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*Building temporarily not wheelchair accessible during elevator construction.