Youth Calendar

September 27, 2005


Opening this week

"The Greatest Game Ever Played" (PG) - The true story of Francis Ouimet, an underprivileged caddy who beat the odds to play the 1913 US Open golf championship and defeated his idol, the defending British champion, Harry Vardon. Shia LeBeouf, Stephen Dillane, Justin Ashforth, Peter Firth and George Asprey star.

"Into the Blue" (PG-13) - This thriller, set in the deep shark-infested waters of the Bahamas, tells the story of four young, undersea treasure hunters whose sunken gold discovery is threatened by drug smugglers. Starring Paul Walker, Jessica Alba, Scott Caan, Ashley Scott and Josh Brolin.

"The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio" (PG-13) - Evelyn Ryan is a devoted housewife and mother of 10 in the 1950s. Her husband is unable to make ends meet, as the car breaks down, the mortgage comes due and bills pile up. Evelyn is the one who must find a way to keep her family together against all odds. She uses resourcefulness and her uncommon wit to find her own way in the profitable jingle contests of the 50s and 60s. Julianne Moore, Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern, Ellary Porterfield and Frank Chiesurin star.


"Serenity" (PG-13) - The crew of Serenity takes on any job that will pay, even if it's not exactly legal. Malcolm Reynolds (Nathan Fillion), the captain, was on the losing side of a galactic war, and now all he has is his ship and a loyal crew. When he takes on two passengers that turn out to be fugitives, he gets much more than he bargained for. Also starring Alan Tudyk, Adam Baldwin, Summer Glau and Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Teen Fashion Innovators Search

High school seniors with a flair for fashion design or fashion marketing are eligible to compete for $230,000 in scholarships to attend The Art Institute school of their choice next year. Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts, 1409 Williams Road, York, Pa., is the affiliate school in this area.

The "Teen Fashion Innovators Search" is a collaboration between The Art Institutes and ELLEgirl magazine to encourage young design talent. At each of the 16 participating Art Institute schools across America, high school seniors can attend events to learn more about the competition and how to enter. To find out about upcoming events at Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts, call James Hannigan, director of admission, 1-717-755-2300; or 1-800-864-7725.

One national winner in Fashion Design and one in Fashion Marketing and Merchandising will be selected to receive full tuition scholarships to study at The Art Institute school of their choice. Other scholarships also will be awarded.

To enter, a student must be a high school senior scheduled to graduate in 2006. In the Fashion Design category, each entry will feature an original design by the student in the form of a finished garment or accessory. In the Fashion Marketing and Merchandising category a finished product or plan must be submitted.

Locally, entries must be submitted by Nov. 11 to Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts. Entries must include an entry form, high school transcript with a minimum GPA of 2.0, short essay, an original design or finished product or plan and either a process book of the design or written description of the fashion marketing plan.

Information about upcoming events at Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts and details on the competition and entry requirements, as well as an entry form, are available at; or call Sandra Roberts, 1-717-755-2300, ext. 2529.

- Compiled by Jean Baraclough, editorial assistant

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