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Crocheted Wire & Bead Necklace
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Crocheted Wire & Bead Necklace

$45

with Sandra Clanton & Jerri Drummond

Calendar Apr 24, 2018 at 6 pm

Learn to make your own, one-of-a-kind, crocheted wire necklace! Sandy and Jerri will walk you through the steps, and you will leave with a completed piece. Your course fee includes all the materials you will need, though you are encouraged to bring extra beads, an end clasp and your own jewelry tools if you would like. Wire cutters, needle nose pliers and crochet hooks are provided. Participants should be able to crochet a chain and braid. If you have no crochet experience, please let Kaitlyn know when you enroll.

Essential Oils in Reflexology & Muscle Testing

$10

with Heather Bell

Calendar May 8, 2018 at 6 pm

Learn about reflexology, what it is and how to use essential oils when practicing it. You will be introduced to applied kinesiology (muscle testing), how to self-test and learn to incorporate essential oils into the process. Everyone is welcome and there are no physical requirements. This class includes two samples of essential oils to take home.

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Essential Oils Personalized Perfume

$30

with Heather Bell

Calendar May 12, 2018 at 11 am

Make three completely different, personalized perfumes using essential oils. You will learn how to combine top, middle and base notes but don’t worry, these perfumes will be based solely on your scent preferences. Blend your perfumes from scent selections that include florals, citruses, herbs, spices and much more.

Fiber Art Needle Felting

$40

with Sandra Clanton & Jerri Drummond

Calendar May 15, 2018 at 6 pm

Felting is considered the oldest of all the textile or fiber arts. It is still a way of life in Central Asia and used to produce tents (yurts), clothing and rugs. Needle felting employs a barbed or notched needle to tangle the individual fibers together to form a mat or other shape. In this fun and easy class, you will create your own dry felted landscape! The instructors will guide you through completing a framed 5” × 7” picture. Your class fees include a background cloth, frame and a needle felting kit with needles, wool roving, and a foam block. This kit will be yours to keep, so you can make more pictures at home. You only need to bring scissors and your imagination to this fun class!

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Finance 101 Session 3

$5

with Andrea Pedigo

Calendar May 10, 2018 at 6 pm

Financial advisor Andrea Pedigo is back this semester to tackle four new topics that will help you feel better equipped to handle your finances and prepare for the future. Session three will help women identify financial goals and set a strategy to get there.

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Finance 101 Session 4

$5

with Andrea Pedigo

Calendar May 24, 2018 at 6 pm

Financial advisor Andrea Pedigo is back this semester to tackle four new topics that will help you feel better equipped to handle your finances and prepare for the future. Session four will focus on gaining a better understanding of mutual fund benefits and risk as well as a guide to mutual fund selection.

Get Organized Session 2

$15

with Martha Roberts

Calendar May 17, 2018 at 6:30 pm

Martha will start with easy strategies to get rid of clutter including the 27 Fling Boogie, the Penicillin Method, and daily clutter checks. You will also learn “how-tos” for organizing your cupboards and closets to find things quickly and easily as well as tips for making the most out of the space you have. Walk away with the knowledge of how to divide your home into zones to make cleaning more manageable and create routines to reduce the stress of day to day life while maintaining a well-ordered home.

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Mental Health First Aid

$30

with Debra Byarlay & Pat Kinnaird

Calendar May 1, 2018 at 4 pm, runs for 2 weeks

May is Mental Health Awareness month, making it a great time to learn about Mental Health First Aid. Learn how to recognize symptoms of mental health problems, how to offer and provide initial help, and how to guide a person toward appropriate treatments and other supportive help. Mental Health First Aid does not teach people to be therapists. Suitable for all adults. Mental Health First Aid has been approved for Nursing and Human Resource Continuing Education Credit. A certificate is awarded to those that attend all 8 hours of the course. A workbook will be provided for the class.





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