Fall After School Programs

The Sad Café is very pleased that your child is considering participating in our After School Programs. We are happy to represent you some of the conveniences for your little ones.

It is extremely important to us that every student enjoy his or her time spent with us! Whether they will be learning something new and exciting or nurturing an already established interest, we want the students to know they are a part of The Sad Café.
We are open to any and all suggestions from parents and students concerning any part of our program.

All classes will begin the week of September 6th.
Sign up days are August 30th and September 7th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Sad Café.
Scholarships are available. Register for programs.

PROGRAMS

Musical Theater

Broadway bound? Highly trained instructor Amy Mooers leads the way in a hands-on course in theater. Students will learn and hone the three musical theater skills of acting, singing, and stage dancing as well as staging, costuming, and other technical skills. This is a popular, exiting class that involves students of all skill levels in all aspects of theatrical production. Great opportunity for your kid to meet other children that also enjoys acting. This is a good chance for those who are true movie stars at birthday parties and other gatherings. Now is their time to shine. At the end of the program, participants will perform “Wonderland” based on the book Alice in Wonderland on November 10th, 11th, and 12th at the Sad Café.

Participants will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays for 10 weeks.
Cost: $165
Transportation to the programs from Timberlane and Sanborn Middle Schools and a healthy snack are included in the fee.

Making A Band

For those of you whose children are in love with rock music and has a huge desire to perform just like its favorite musician, this is an opportunity to make its dreams come true. Musician/sound technician Allen Pomroy instructs these beginner and supplementary courses designed to teach a student how to play a “rock” instrument at a basic level. The techniques of working in an ensemble are covered and musical content is determined.
In this course the instructor will work closely with the students who have previously completed MAB or have had previous experience in developing their playing ability, stage presence and building a repertoire in order to prepare them for “real” gigs outside the course.

Participants will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Cost: $65 for one month.
Transportation to the programs from Timberlane and Sanborn Middle Schools and a healthy snack are included in the fee.

Karate!

Instructor Harry Charache of On-site Karate will teach students Isshin Ryu Okinawan karate. This will be an on-going program that will allow students to earn their degree belts, gain confidence, and be inspired by the discipline of this ancient martial arts form.

Participants will meet every Friday.
Cost: $65 for one month.
Transportation to the programs from Timberlane and Sanborn Middle Schools and a healthy snack are included in the fee.

On the Air

Reality TV? Comedy? Interviews? You decide. Create video shows for, by, and about you. Learn behind the scene and in front of the camera techniques. Be the next Jay Leno or Steve Spielberg.

Participants will meet every Monday.
Cost: $65 per month.
Transportation to the programs from Timberlane and Sanborn Middle Schools and a healthy snack are included in the fee.

Register For Programs

To sign up for programs fill out this form, print it out and bring it to The Sad Cafe to register.

Payment is to be made monthly-cash or checks payable to: The Sad Café. Call 603-382-8893 for more info or to register.

Donations of musical instruments/amps, art supplies, board games, bookcases & storage cabinets are needed.

The Sad Café is located at 2639 Whitetail Lane, Dallas, TX 75247

Grant funding provided in part by Rockingham County DCYF, US Department of Justice, OJJDP through the Division for Children, Youth and Families, NH Department of Health and Human Services. Additional funding by The Sad Café.
Phone: 469-398-0830
Website: www.thesadcafe.com