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Pottery - Session 2
with Cynthia Plaisted
Material Fee: $40 (payable to instructor at first class)
Learn the fundamentals of clay and have fun exploring sculptural ceramics using wheel-throwing and handbuilding techniques. Coursework is dependent on the class’ collective creative desires and will be tailored to best suit individual needs. No experience required. Come dressed to get dirty. Class size limited to 10.
If there is a snow day during session 2 - we will have to reschedule the class on Wednesday during one of the 8 weeks
Refuse to be a Victim - Session 2
with Colleen Fahy
You will create you own personal safety strategy. Topics covered include mental preparedness, psychology of criminals, home, automotive, travel, cyber security and personal protection.
Certificate of completion (NRA) and student handbook included.
Retirement Plan Basics
with Herb Moyer
This workshop provides an overview of company retirement plans, the benefits of businesses having them, and how to decide on the right plan(s).
Social Security Benefits - Session 2
with Herb Moyer
Learn about individual benefits, spousal benefits, and Social Security Maximization strategies with a focus on annuities.
with David Josko
Create your own loaf of sourdough bread and receive a piece of starter that has been used for over 65 years! Create your first dough, which will become your first sourdough loaf.
Bring to class: Bag of bread flour, 3qt - 6qt plastic container, & plastic wrap
Spooky Felt Bats
with Kristen Weyrick Scott
In this 2 hour workshop learn how to use wool wrapping and needle felting techniques to make your very own spooky bat.
* Note - The instructor will provide all tools and materials, but for each needle broken, there is a $1 fee to be paid to the instructor at class.
Tai Chi - Session 2
with Dianne Mros
Practice slow movements to help relieve tension, improve balance, and promote overall fitness. Develop breathing techniques to promote calmness and beneficial energy levels.
Taming the To-Do List
with Jill Braceland
Identify techniques that will help you organize your personal time. Suggestions offered include prioritizing, creating a “To Do” list, and how we underestimate time. Tips on how to stop procrastinating and being overwhelmed will also be discussed.