The Easton Community Center is challenging children to use their imaginations at the Brainy Alley program this fall.
Kids will act in improvisation skits, compete in word challenges and build structures with odds and ends to learn to stretch their imaginations and develop problem-solving skills.
"All activities teach how to be creative with ordinary things, find innovative solutions and explore new possibilities skills necessary for today's changing world," according to the ECC. "Brainy Alley is based on the principle that intelligence is multidimensional and cannot always be measured."
The program will run Saturdays from Nov. 6 to Dec. 11 from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m.
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