Minds In Motion Milford 2016

Minds In Motion Milford returns for its 3rd year on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at Johnathan Law High School. Registration is now open and will end on Friday, February 26th.

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View Milford Program Brochure

The Milford Education Foundation is currently seeking volunteers who are willing to provide assistance on the day of the event. Please reach out to us at info@milfordedfoundation if you are interested in helping.



Minds in Motion is a very popular, half-day student enrichment program which features hands-on, interactive, high-interest workshops. Both parents and students who attended the event last year said they couldn’t wait to come back! (Minds in Motion is a signature enrichment program of the CT Association for the Gifted.)

Minds In Motion Milford

Since its start in 2014, Milford Minds In Motion has attracted nearly 400 kids, offering workshops including Shadow Puppet Circus, American Sign Language, Yoga, Song Writing Workshop, Modern Dance, Junior Vet, Acting From the Inside Out, LEGO Mindstorms Robotics, 3D Architecture, Engineering a Kaleidoscope, and many more.

While the kids enjoy their classes, parents are encouraged to attend a keynote address given by prominent education leaders. Our past presenters have included:

Judy Primavera, Professor of Psychology
Fairfield University
Raising Children to be Lifelong Learners
Dr. Elizabeth Feser
Superintendent, Milford Public Schools
Bill Derry
Director of Innovation, Westport Public Library
The Power of Play, Tinkering and Making

Minds In Motion offers parent workshops, too, with past topics ranging from gifted children, Common Core and effective parenting to healthy eating and parent advocacy.

At the Vendor Hall exhibitors present classes, books, and other unique and innovative educational resources for purchase.

MIM Milford Connecticut


Milford Education FoundationMilford Education Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Milford, CT that is comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to promoting excellence, innovation and creativity in education for our children and community. We believe a community with a strong education system enhances quality of life by attracting businesses, retaining property values, and fostering community pride.

Please join MEF and make a difference for our kids in the Milford community. For more information contact us by email.

Connecticut Association of the GiftedThe Connecticut Association for the Gifted is a non-profit organization founded in 1969 that supports the needs of gifted and talented children across Connecticut. In addition to sponsoring the “Minds in Motion” events, CAG provides parents, teachers, and other educators with information and resources to help in parenting and educating gifted children.

Please join CAG and make a difference in a student’s life. For more information, and to become a member online, visit www.ctgifted.org, or contact us at info@ctgifted.org, or 203-291-6586.


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