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Study drugs, business boot camp, summer reading programs, parents night out, choosing a preschool, growth mindset, organizations apps, book club

<b>Napa Valley College and Santa Rosa Junior College are each hosting a summer business boot camp. </b>The camp includes researching business ideas, business simulation, guest speakers and field trips. The program is for students ages 14 to 27, and it runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for one week, at a cost of $200. Students can choose between Monday, June 23, to Friday, June 27, at Napa Valley College or from Monday, July 14, to Friday, July 18, at the Petaluma campus of <a href="SRJC.nvcyep.com">SRJC.nvcyep.com</a>

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<b>North Bay Engineering for Kids is offering a Parents Night Out at its learning center in Petaluma every Friday and Saturday night from June 20 through Aug. 15. </b>Parents can go out on the town while their kids eat pizza, do an engineering activity and watch a movie. <a href="engineeringforkids.com/northbay">engineeringforkids.com/northbay</a>

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<b>Two local high school students are again this summer offering a Becoming Bookworms book club at Readers Books.</b> The sessions are from 4 to 5:30 p.m. for girls entering grades two-to-five. They are running three sessions: June 30 to July 3, July 7 to 11 and Aug. 11 to 15. The cost per week is $50. Email <a href="becomingbookworm@gmail.com">becomingbookworm@gmail.com</a> to register.

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<b>The Republic of Thrift just sent out a small, end-of-school-year donation to all 11 schools in the Sonoma Valley Unified School District, bringing its total to date to more than $80,000. </b>The $20 raffle tickets for the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation’s Chevy Spark car raffle are on sale at the store now. Tickets to the Red & White Ball are on sale now at <a href="svgreatschools.org/redandwhite/">svgreatschools.org/redandwhite/</a>.

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<b>The Sonoma Valley Library’s Summer Reading Program, “Fizz, Boom, Read!” will run from Tuesday, June 10 through Friday, Aug, 1, for preschoolers, grade-schoolers and teens. </b>Kids will track their progress with reading logs and receive prizes and raffles to encourage summer reading. Registration is free and on-going. At 11 a.m. on most Wednesdays, the library will feature a special program for kids ages 5-11.


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