Clubs and Capers and Kites, oh my!


Asa Lory

During the past few weeks, I’ve dabbled in all sorts of organizations. I’ve gotten to do my wonderful, not-actually-18-yet version of clubbing (that is, going to various clubs around Rock Bridge).
I’ve witnessed Capers a month before it will actually happen. I like to explore these events because it’s fun, and I just might find a new hobby while I’m at it!

My first stop was an old standby, Ukulele Club.

This is always a great way to spend a Tuesday, and they’re not afraid to drop a meeting for lovely weather and awesome  kites.

Then Wednesday came along, bringing its friend Young Moderates; a good fix if you’re looking for politics. Despite its unfortunate lack of kites, the discussions are always quite interesting.

After school, I found that Capers auditions were happening in the PAC.

There I saw some of the talent that might be seen in April.

There was music and dancing, and my favorite show of the afternoon was an amazing self-referential slam poet, junior Andrew Hutchinson.

The clubs and capers and kites made me want to jump for joy, but David already had that one covered.
By Asa Lory