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February 2019

Imagination + Kids + Camera = FUN! Beginning Photography Age 10+ – 2 half-day classes

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February 16 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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One event on February 23, 2019 at 2:00 pm


A picture is worth a thousand words!  This class will empower students to begin to capture images that express themselves in relation to the world around them.    Students will be introduced to technical and aesthetic aspects of photography, providing them with the foundation for life-long enjoyment & expression. This class is on 2 consecutive Saturdays:  February 16 & February 23, 2019 from 2:00pm - 4:30pm each Saturday. Bonus:  At the end of class, each student will own their own digital…

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September 2019

Soap Making

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September 14 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

Learn to make all-natural soap with John Hanson, owner/maker of the Longfellow Soap Company. Due to the use of lye (used as it has been for over 5,000 years in soap making), the soap portion of the class will primarily be a demonstration. Students will leave the class fully prepared to make their own soap and will receive a manual that includes equipment lists, sources for ingredients and where to buy locally, and John’s ‘secret recipe.’ Each student will take…

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Book Binding – Leather Wrap Long Stitch

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September 14 @ 10:00 am - 2:30 pm

Only 2 spots left! Create a beautiful leather book in the medieval tradition, without the use of any adhesives.  Long-stitch book binding is one of the oldest methods of book binding and is still employed by book artists today.   In this  workshop you will produce a 4.5 x 6 x 1" journal which although simple, will be beautiful and robust.  Each one-of-a-kind journal becomes a piece of art, incorporating design decisions regarding paper, cover color, and finishing touches.  Students will…

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Herbal Remedies for Good Health

September 21 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Join local herbalist Heather Mashuga on a leisurely walk through the woods, noticing and admiring the multitudes of wildflowers and plants.  Discover how to learn to use these plant allies to provide nourishment and healing.  Herbal medicine focuses on herbs to prevent and treat illness and promote health and has been used for centuries by diverse cultures such as Native Americans, China, India, and Nepal. A plant walk will highlight different plants depending upon time of year, growth and the parts…

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Modern Tapestry Weaving for Beginners

September 21 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Many cultures have used woven tapestry to record their histories, from China to Europe to American indigenous cultures.  Begin to create your own history, or create something more abstract, the choice is yours! In this beginning class, you’ll learn the essential skills needed to create a weaving on a wooden frame loom.  Students will learn all aspects of beginning weaving, including how to warp a loom, what to consider when choosing the correct yarns for a project and 3 weaving…

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