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Walking Tour of Greenwood Cemetery

with Ron Romano


Next session: May 25th, 2024

$15 More Info

Greenwood Cemetery is a hidden gem! Established in the mid-1800s when other “garden” cemeteries arose, Greenwood offers a wide variety of gravestone materials, monument forms, symbolism, and epitaphs from the nineteenth century. Cemetery historian Ron Romano will share the best that Greenwood has to offer, pausing to visit the graves of some who were lost at sea, taken down by disease, died by suicide, and even murder. The stroll along the winding pathways of this pleasant burial space will take about 90 minutes. Two identical tours will run the same day, at noon and again at 2 PM.

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Start Your Backyard Flock

with Marina Charron


Next session: April 13th, 2024

$39 More Info

Raising ducks and chickens is fun for the whole family! Learn the basics of raising birds from predator protection, food safety, bird health and where to start. Meet Gladys and Sophie Chicken!

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The Next Project in How to Crochet

with Rachel Gauthier


Next session: March 13th to 20th, 2024

$29 More Info

After taking Rachel's first class offering you will now learn how to make a single or double crochet scarf. Please bring a H or I hook and a skein of yarn. (Just a plain yarn works best.)

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Intro to Knitting Part 2

with BJ Melick


Next session: April 23rd to May 21st, 2024

$59 More Info

This will be the second class in a 2 part series. This class is for anyone with basic knowledge of casting on, knit stitch, purl stitch, and binding off. We will explore and learn some stitches that are a bit more complicated than the basics, as well as more in-depth pattern reading, lace knitting, chart work, and common mistake fixes. By the end of this class you will have the skill set to start, and finish most knitting projects. End of class projects will be discussed and decided on during the first few classes to give you ample time to gather materials.

Materials needed: pair of knitting needles in size 7 or 8 and a skein of light-colored Red heart Super Saver yarn. (the yarn can be purchased at Walmart or Michaels)

Prerequisites: basic knowledge of casting on, knit stitch, purl stitch and binding off.

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Learning to Sew Stitch by Stitch

with Jena Eaton-Burke


Next session: April 24th to May 22nd, 2024

$59 More Info

Have you been too afraid to learn how to sew? Starting to sew is simple if you go stitch by stitch. Learning how to sew is a "hands on" and "learning by doing" experience. It does take practice to build up skill in order to do all the stitches correctly, but that's the great part about learning with your new best friend the seam ripper. After you do a few of the projects, you will feel that you can do anything with sewing! We will cover:

  • Sewing Machine Basics, Care and Use
  • Stitch Basics and Types
  • Fabric and Fiber Types
  • Marking and Cutting Fabric
  • Understanding sewing pattern markings
  • Sizing and Fitting
  • Beginners' Project: PJ Pants
  • Finishing Stitches and Pressing
  • Picking out your next project
Waiting list available
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Intro to Knitting Part 1

with BJ Melick


Next session: March 5th to April 2nd, 2024

$59 More Info

In part 1 of the 2 part series, students will learn:

  • how to hold the knitting needles
  • about yarn
  • how to care for different types of yard

This class progresses you through all the knitting basics:

  • casting on
  • the knit stitch
  • the purl stitch
  • binding off
  • combinations of both stitches
  • pattern reading

There will be “homework” for this class. A plan for an end of class project will be talked about and agreed on within the first 2 weeks to give you ample time to gather your materials.

Materials needed: pair of knitting needles in size 7 or 8 and a skein of light-colored Red heart Super Saver yarn. (the yarn can be purchased at Walmart or Michaels)

Waiting list available