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Healthy Habits #1 Stress
with Kate McMorrow
Understand why STRESS is detrimental to your health, and what you can do about it.
Healthy Habits, Five to Thrive (Package)
with Kate McMorrow
Sometimes change is really hard, especially around health and well-being. This series takes us through 5 areas of health where you can make significant changes to optimize your well-being. We will discover why the following 5 areas are important to you: 1) Stress, 2) Rest, 3) Movement, 4) Eating, and 5) Relationships.
Computer Tune Up Made Easy 9.26.21
with Michael Wilson
Save money and fix your computer yourself! No great skills needed. Use three proven free online software to fix most software-related issues like malware and viruses with a few clicks of a button! Speed up your computer in no time! (Not for Apple/Mac users)
The instructor will be sending an email before class, be sure to check your spam folder if you do not see an e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you have the email there are four simple steps to get into your live virtual class:
Dahlias - From Cultivation to Winter Storage
with Phil Clark & Sarah Duggan
This course on dahlia care will be held at Endless Summer Flower Farm at the height of dahlia season, where visitors will tour the garden's 4830 dahlia plants. After the instructional tour, Phil and Sarah will give a demonstration on how to dig, wash, and divide dahlia tubers for winter storage, and preparation for next year’s planting. Note, there are no bathroom facilities available at the farm.
Sewing - Basic Pattern Fitting
with Diana Falciani
Have you ever tried to make something from a pattern and had trouble getting it to fit you? Students of all levels will learn how to customize the fit of a shirt pattern from expert seamstress Diana Falciani. Before class, choose a pattern with a collar, cuffs and a button-down front - Vogue, McCall’s, Butterick or Simplicity are the best to work with. At the first class bring your pattern along with three yards of muslin or white cotton fabric, scissors, pins, measuring tape, a clear ruler and permanent markers in red and black. Class does not meet on 10/11.
Watercolor For Everyone 9.27.21
with Holly Smith
This class welcomes all levels of students wanting to experience watercolor painting. The weekly exercises are designed to build confidence through step by step instructions. Techniques such as wet on wet, dry brush, blotting etc. are integrated into each watercolor painting. Color theory and mixing is covered along with how to create a successful composition. Many students have returned each year remarking how much they enjoy the class. They learn something new each time they attend. Come and enjoy meeting great people who love to paint and have fun!
Carving Wood Spoons & More
with Sherwood HIlt
This class is for beginners in wood carving. You will learn the art of carving a wooden spoon from an instructor who has been carving a variety of objects for 29 years. Spoons can be small or large, carved plain or with decorative handles, and made from a variety of wood. After carving your spoon, the instructor will offer a variety of other small carved objects, such as birds, jack-o-lanterns, or small animals, which you can choose for a second project. In the first class, we will discuss the tools you will need and how to use them. The materials fee of $10 is payable to the instructor at the first class and includes a booklet on carving for you to keep as a reference.
Preparing Your Estate Plan
with Marta Haydym & Alexandria Jackson
Designed to help better understand the basics of estate planning to consider your options that make the most sense for your specific situations. Participants will learn what to consider when creating a will, benefits of trusts, how to reduce taxes on estates and how insurance can protect your family.