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Polymer Clay Boxes
with Leach - Clement
This class will teach students how to construct a round polymer clay box with fitted lid. We will then make veneers and design canes to cover the lid. Clay will be provided as well as tools necessary to complete this fun and easy project. Materials fee is included in registation.
Machine Sewing for Beginners
with Sandy Clement
You will learn how to use and maintain a sewing machine. By the end you will have made an envelope pillow and insert using a self-made pattern, a zippered pouch, and a project using a pre-printed pattern (apron or simple pajama bottoms). You will know how to thread the machine and fill a bobbin in addition to problem-solving technical issues with your machine. You can use classroom machines or bring your own in good working order. Fee includes materials.
Sourdough Bread Making 4.2.20
with Bill Babb
Medicare 101 - 4.6.20
with Anna Moorman
Nature Writing Through Personal Essay
with Laurie Murray
Does the writing of E.B. White or Henry David Thoreau provide you with a sense that you have just meandered your way through a meadow at a saltwater farm or sauntered slowly amidst balsam fir and spruce in the North Woods? If so, this class is for you. In the first few weeks we will learn about the genre by examining the writings of well-known nature writers, discuss how to establish place, and acquire observational skills when in the natural world, all while writing our own short nature essays. Next, we will discover ways to use sensory details and description, to research facts to support our stories, and to unveil fresh and exciting metaphors to include in our work. Each week there will be time for each student to share their work for an uplifting and lively critique.
Achieve Your Goals
with Jill Parker
This course explores how to effectively set personal and professional goals and how to create strategies to achieve those goals. We explore the difference between idea and execution and participants learn tools to stay on track through smart objectives and accountability.
Baby/Pet Blanket in One Evening
with Beverly Shejen
This delightful, self-binding blanket will warm any 2 legged or 4 legged child at heart and is great for your last-minute gift giving. After completing your first blanket using this method, you will be able to whip these cuties out for all the pets and babies in your life in hardly no time at all! A materials fee of $35.00 is payable to the instructor.
with Sherwood Hilt
This class is for beginners in wooden sign carving. You will learn the art of designing and carving hand-carved signs of two types - relief and incised - creating a name or house number on pine. At the first class, we will discuss what tools you need and how to use them. The materials fee of $10.00 is payable to the instructor at the first class.