Catch up on the latest PIC news or learn about an upcoming event. As a part of its mission, the Parent-Infant Center organizes several family-focused events throughout the year that are open to the community. Take a look!

Clowns are Back in Town

For the third year in a row, the Mott Campus Clowns have come to PIC to put on a show for our preschoolers. Their show featured sing-along songs, classic clowns skits and comedy magic--all with an anti-bully message. 

But, these are no ordinary clowns! They are a group of honors students enrolled at Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan. They are taking a class called Social Diversity and Civic Engagement, which requires them to develop traditional clowning skills including puppetry, magic tricks, juggling, balloon animals and face painting, as part of a unique service learning experience 

Once again, these clowns have traveled to Philadelphia for a weeklong Alternative Spring Break. In addition to putting on a show at PIC, the students are performing at other schools and Boys and Girls Clubs, as well as appearing in Philadelphia's 144th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade!

 

Mott Campus Clowns at PIC

 

Mott Campus Clowns at PIC

 

PIC children watching Mott Campus Clowns