Course Six: Dragons and Unicorns

​Join us on August 15th (10am-1pm) for a writing and illustrating adventure featuring DRAGONS and UNICORNS. Professor Watermelon will introduce scholars to the genre of fantasy, and Mister Smart will help them illustrate dragons and unicorns. Scholars will write their own fantasy quests with these mystical characters. This course will be held at the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home.      

 

 

 

Course Five: Robots and Aliens

Join us on July 18th (10am-1pm) for a writing and illustrating adventure featuring ROBOTS and ALIENS. Professor Watermelon will introduce scholars to the genre of science fiction, and Mister Smart will help them illustrate robots and aliens. Scholars will write their own sci-fi stories featuring these unique characters. This course will be held at the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home.   

 

About Watermelon University

 Watermelon University courses occur on one Saturday each month at different educational sites. These locations are chosen by Professor Watermelon to provide the optimum springboards for creativity and storytelling. Scholars earn Melon Money to use at the PRIZE AUCTION at the end of each course, which includes: art supplies, writing supplies, books, imaginative toys & plush, and Professor Watermelon's collectible Bookworm Bookmarks (pictured below).



 

 


Tuition is $75 for each course or $65 each when 3 or more courses are purchased at the same time. To enroll your child in Watermelon University, call or email Professor Watermelon at prof.watermelon@gmail.com or 317-200-6029.  If you received an enrollment form, you may mail it to the address provided.

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Course Four: Cats and Dogs

Join us on February 22nd (10am-1pm) for an exciting writing and illustrating course all about cats and dogs. Professor Watermelon will show scholars how these furry friends make excellent characters for stories, and Mister Smart will guide scholars on how to illustrate them. The classic book The Incredible Journey by Sheila Burnford will be used to exemplify character and plot development. This course will be held at the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home.