SEPTEMBER 2 0 1 4 N E W S L E T T E R
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Daniel Yeh: Cade Prize Winner 2014
Program Director Patty Lipka Teaches Students about 3D Effects!
View of Depot Park
Cade Creativity Lab
Classes in the Creativity Lab are back in full force, beginning September 10th. With classes ranging from using sound and light waves to create art, to an afternoon dedicated to special effects (and everything in between) this fall is sure to be the most exciting yet in the Creativity Lab!
Sign your student up for one of our riveting, interactive and educational classes today by clicking here: Fall 2014 Classes
Living Inventor Series
For the first time, the Living Inventor Series at the Cade Museum will be open to all students, ages 11-15. If your student is interested in meeting real world, successful inventors, this is the class for them. The Living Inventor Series features a different inventor/entrepreneur each session who will teach students all about their invention.
The 2014 Cade Museum Prize Winner, Daniel Yeh, will be the guest on September 18th from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. He will be giving an inside look into a new system he created, called NEWgenerator, that generates nutrients, energy and water from waste. The students will be participating in hands-on labs to learn more about this groundbreaking invention!
Click on this link to learn more about the Living Inventor Series and to sign up for a class: Fall Living Inventor Series
The Cade Museum's Program Director Patty Lipka selected as an Outstanding Educator of 2014
HOME Magazine in Gainesville featured a fantastic article on our very own Program Director, Patty Lipka, that explains the effect she has on the children that come through her classes! Patty dreams of helping children reach their full potential, which is truly apparent to anyone who has seen her in classes at the Cade Museum. To read the full article, click here: HOME Magazine Feature
Our Newest +1 Society Members
All of us at the Cade Museum would like to thank our newest +1 Society donor, Ken and Isabel Adams. We believe the Cade Museum will truly make a difference, and we appreciate the Adams' support and belief in the museum as well!
If you are interested in learning more about the +1 Society, follow the link here: +1 Society Information
Depot Park Updates
For those that have passed by Depot Park recently, you already know about the progress that has been made to the area. The large green fences have been taken down, the grass has been cut and groomed and the pond has been restored.
Take a look at this picture to see how beautiful the future home of the Cade Museum is:
For a big announcement coming soon! The Cade Museum will be launching a community wide campaign with some incredible news. For more information about this new effort please contact Leslie Ladendorf a firstname.lastname@example.org.