This week, CiRCE podcasts contemplated Schole', sacrifice, new opportunities for homeschooling parents, and Anne with an "E." Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review, wherever you like to listen to podcasts!
The CiRCE Institute is proud to announce the launch of a new podcast collaboration with Noah Tetzner, host of the popular podcast, The History of Vikings (and a former homeschooled student). Victoria's World is a fifteen-episode series that will explore life and death during one of the most important periods in world history. Through interviews with scholars, biographers, and artists, the show will consider everyday life during Queen Victoria's reign, the battles that shaped the kingdom, the artists who gave voice to the people, and much more.
The CiRCE Institute cordially invites you to a 4th of July Extravaganza Old-time Family Picnic! Join us for good food, a bounce house, kids games, kid-friendly fireworks, a bonfire, and much more.
When: Saturday, July 6th, 2019 @ 4:30 pm
Where: Hardin Farm, 4501 Gold Hill Road, Concord NC, 28025
To RSVP click here.
There is no set cost. Pay what you can, if you can. No pressure. Just come and have a good time if you can't afford to pay.
Welcome back to The Daily Poem! Today's show reveals the winners of our most recent contest winners.
Welcome back to the Commons, a podcast about school leadership with Dr. Brian Phillips. On this week's episode Brian continues his reflections on enduring during the challenging month of February, with a particular focus on teaching through those "blahs" and the need for persistent prayer.
Don't miss a chance to cast your vote in round two of our Leading Ladies of Literature Bracket!
(Voting in rounds 2 begins at 11pm EST on 3/14)
Have you pondered joining a CiRCE Apprenticeship? Would you like to talk with someone who has? Join program director, Cathy Rape, on March 3rd at 8:00 pm EST, as she discusses this mentoring community with a recent graduate and a current apprentice. Time will be reserved at the end to answer questions.
With 2016 behind us, now is a good time to reflect. So we asked several of our staff members and contributing writers to share their favorite book that they read for the first time last year. Here are choices from Josh Gibbs, Brian Phillips, Lindsey Brigham, Matt Bianco, Brian Phillips, and David Kern.
It's election day in these United States of America. After much speech-making and hand-wringing and soul-searching the day has come. We'll take to the polls and cast our respective votes for the next leader of the so-called Free World. This is a momentous occasion and a great responsibility. Years from now, centuries even, people will look back at our time and they will judge what happens today and in the coming months. History depends on what happens, one way or the other.