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ASL American Sign Language II
with Kandyleigh Provencher
This class will be held onsite only.
ASL Two is a continuation of ASL One. You will learn more vocabulary in sentence structure for travel, animals, home environment, and school environment to name a few. Not required but an ASL dictionary is helpful. All vocabulary and assignment/activity will be handed out each class.
No Class 4/18
Dulcimer for Beginners
with Sue Small
The Mountain Dulcimer (also known as the Appaliachian or Lap Dulcimer) is easy to play! It only has 3-4 strings and you can play either chords or melodies. Come learn to play & sing folk songs, Celtic tunes, and hymns. Songs will be in DAA tuning. We will learn chords, strumming, and how to tune your instrument. Explore playing with noter and drones as well as how to make your own picks or play harmonies with one finger. Music, picks, and noters provided. Please bring a 3 or 4 string mountain dulcimer, music stand, and tuner. (Please note: class does not teach Hammered Dulcimer.) Instructor recommends cardboard "Simplicity Dulcimer" from backyardmusic.com or wooden instruments from Folkcraft.com or McSpaddendulcimers.com.
Instant Guitar (for hopelessly busy people) Zoom
with Craig Coffman
Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but simply find it difficult to find the time? In just a few hours you’ll learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment. Learn basic chords and get playing along with your favorite songs right away. Via ZOOM, you’ll be able to sit at home with your guitar and enjoy this class with no pressure at all. Class includes an online book and follow-up video lessons, so you’ll be able to continue your practice and study on your own. An optional periodic online question and answer session is also included. A recording of the class is included as well. Class limited to 15 students. For ages 13+. Discover: how chords work in a song, how to form the three main types of chords, how to tune your guitar, basic strumming patterns, how to buy a good guitar (things to avoid), and how to play along with simple tunes.
My Dying To-Do-List
with Jill Braceland
Do you know how much paperwork is involved in organizing your estate? Let’s discuss matters involving family, finances, future, and yes, funerals. Having your affairs organized is a tremendous gift to leave your family! Take home a list of resources. This is an informational seminar only. $5 Materials Fee is due to the instructor at the class.
What is ESP?
with Walter Selens
This 2-hour course goes over the many different senses that we have, and what extras that we have access to.
Walt owns and runs Parasykes-Parapsychological Investigations, and began his studies in Parapsychology in 1986.
with Jazmin Jade
Reset your day with quiet evening flow with Jazmin. This class begins with centering the mind, followed by poses that will help you wind down from your day, releasing tension in your body. You will stay low to the floor and work into longer holds to give you the space to reconnect with your breath and quiet the mind. Wear comfortable clothing, bring a yoga mat and a water bottle! Optional Blocks and Blanket. No class 2/22 4/19
Crochet (Advanced Techniques)
with Jamie Boucher Simpkins
Now that you have the basics of crochet you probably still have questions. Come to a class where you can ask your advanced questions and learn some new stitches. We’ll cover tunisian, aran and finishing stitches. Bring your projects, yarn and hook, or be ready with questions. No class 4/19.
with Frank Casper
Join Frank as he shares his expertise in digital photography. Feel free to bring your camera to class.