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Jewelry - Bangle Bracelets for Beginners 12.17.18

$20

with Karyl Brown

Calendar Dec 17, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Learn to make stacked sterling silver bangle bracelets. Hone your skills at measuring, cutting, filing, stamping and soldering your pieces. You will complete your classes with two polished and professional looking bangles. Registration $20, plus materials fee of $40, payable to the instructor at class. 1 night 5:30-8:30 p.m. Class Mon 12/17 CHRHS 2D Art Karyl Brown is a silversmith and illustrator who evolved from beading and cold connected jewelry into metal working after taking a similar soldering class which vanquished her fear of fire and of soldering and opened up a new creative world.

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Jewelry - Bangle Bracelets for Beginners 12.19.18

$20

with Karyl Brown

Calendar Dec 19, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Learn to make stacked sterling silver bangle bracelets. Hone your skills at measuring, cutting, filing, stamping and soldering your pieces. You will complete your classes with two polished and professional looking bangles. Registration $20, plus materials fee of $40, payable to the instructor at class. 1 night 5:30-8:30 p.m. Class Wed 12/19 CHRHS 2D Art Karyl Brown is a silversmith and illustrator who evolved from beading and cold connected jewelry into metal working after taking a similar soldering class which vanquished her fear of fire and of soldering and opened up a new creative world.

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Learn to Curl at the Belfast Curling Club 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sun 1/6

$10

with Steve McLaughlin

Calendar Jan 6, 2019 at 10:30 am

Curling is a sport dating back to the 16th century in Scotland, but it recently came to the forefront when the USA Men’s Curling Team won their first gold medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Curling is often referred to as the ice version of shuffleboard, as players slide special heavy stones towards a target, using brooms to influence the path of the stone. Join the Belfast Curling Club for a one-day intro to curling and learn about this fun winter sport. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, dress warmly (you’re on ice), and bring a separate pair of clean sneakers. $10 registration to adult ed, $10 to be paid to the Curling Club when you arrive for class. For more info contact learntocurl@belfastcurlingclub.org or call Steve McLaughlin at 685-9540. 1 day 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Class Sun 1/6 Belfast Curling Club, 211 Belmont Ave. (Rt. 3), Belfast The Belfast Curling Club opened officially in February 1959, on a site which had previously been flooded for outdoor curling by a group of enthusiasts. Volunteer masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and laborers built the club on donated land - even making their own 5,000 cinderblocks! They currently have a three-sheet clubhouse which provides activities for more than 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 75. A banquet and dance hall was added in 1977.

Learn to Curl at the Belfast Curling Club 1:00-3:00 p.m. Sun 1/6

$10

with Steve McLaughlin

Calendar Jan 6, 2019 at 1 pm

Curling is a sport dating back to the 16th century in Scotland, but it recently came to the forefront when the USA Men’s Curling Team won their first gold medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Curling is often referred to as the ice version of shuffleboard, as players slide special heavy stones towards a target, using brooms to influence the path of the stone. Join the Belfast Curling Club for a one-day intro to curling and learn about this fun winter sport. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, dress warmly (you’re on ice), and bring a separate pair of clean sneakers. $10 registration to adult ed, $10 to be paid to the Curling Club when you arrive for class. For more info contact learntocurl@belfastcurlingclub.org or call Steve McLaughlin at 685-9540. 1 day 1:00-3:00 p.m. Class Sun 1/6 Belfast Curling Club, 211 Belmont Ave. (Rt. 3), Belfast The Belfast Curling Club opened officially in February 1959, on a site which had previously been flooded for outdoor curling by a group of enthusiasts. Volunteer masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and laborers built the club on donated land - even making their own 5,000 cinderblocks! They currently have a three-sheet clubhouse which provides activities for more than 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 75. A banquet and dance hall was added in 1977.





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