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MAKERS CLASSES 



COOKING: VEGAN MADE DELICIOUS
W/CULINARY KISSES (AGES 18+)
Gluten free and dairy free are all the buzz, but does that have to
mean taste-free? No, it doesn’t! Attend this class for a hands-on
experience on learning how to prepare quick and simple, yet delicious
vegan dishes that are sure to please even the pickiest of
palates. This class will also incorporate bonus culinary features
like knife skills lesson, using an InstantPot, cooking with cashews,
how to use a NutriBullet beyond a smoothie, and making your
own spice mix. All dishes are gluten free, dairy free, and homemade
using only the freshest ingredients. Recipes provided.
Cauliflower Cakes topped with an Avocado Mousse, Bean and
Kale Chili topped with Cashew Sour Cream, and Country Cornbread
Wedges. This class is 18+ only.

Location: Community Center Seyburn A
Date: Thursday, 10/24/19
Time: 6:00PM – 8:00PM #433641C
Fee: $45 Resident / $50 Regular

COOKING: AN ASIAN COOKING EXPERIENCE
W/CULINARY KISSES (AGES 16+)
Asian cuisine is heavily centered around heritage and family.
The simplicity of the food mirrors the ease of the lifestyle.
Come indulge in this hands-on cooking class that will take you
on an exploration of the vibrant flavors Asian cuisine offers
by learning how to roll sushi, make pot stickers, and prepare
miso soup. The complete experience includes food and music.
All dishes are homemade using only the freshest ingredients.
Recipes provided. NOTE: Everyone is welcomed, but the
class is structured for people to work in pairs. Parent and
child teams are encouraged.

Location: Community Center Seyburn A
Date: Saturday, 11/2/19
Time: 10:00PM – 12:00PM #433641D
Fee: $45 Resident / $50 Regular

COOKING: AN AFRICAN COOKING EXPERIENCE
W/CULINARY KISSES (AGES 16+)
African cuisine focuses mainly on culture, land, and family.
Every spice was carefully selected for each dish by the ancestors
to enhance the food’s natural flavor. Grab a friend or
family member and join in on this hands-on cooking class that
explores the earthy flavors of Ethiopian cuisine by learning
how to prepare gomen (greens), injera (flat bread) and lentils
with yams. The complete experience includes music and food.
All dishes are homemade using only the freshest ingredients.
Recipes provided.NOTE: Everyone is welcomed, but the class
is structured for people to work in pairs. Parent and child
teams are encouraged.

Location: Community Center Seyburn A
Date: Saturday, 12/7/19
Time: 10:00AM – 12:00PM #433641E
Fee: $45 Resident / $50 Regular

SPINNERS FROLIC
Do you have an interest in learning to spin fluff into useable
yarn for needlework or weaving projects? Spinners Frolic is a
group of passionate fiber artists that love teaching and learning
the ancient art of spinning. No experience needed. No
equipment needed. A light dinner is provided but bring your
own non-alcoholic beverage.

Location: Community Center Wesson Room
Date: 2nd Thursday of the month
Time: 6:00PM – 9:00PM
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OPEN STUDIO TIME
Use our pottery wheel or tables to create with your own clay.
Once your piece is complete you can have it fired by us on
scheduled days.

Location: Community Center Craft/Woodshop
Fee: Free Resident / $5.00 Regular per visit
Time: Tuesdays, 8:30AM-8:00PM
Saturdays, 4:30PM-8:00PM
Note: No Open Studio during scheduled classes

WOODSHOP SAFETY CERTIFICATION
Have you ever wanted to work with wood and learn how to use
a variety of power tools? Attend this training class and become
certified to use our woodshop. You will get trained on all of the
equipment in our woodshop. Class includes safety certification
so you can come back and use the woodshop for your future
projects. Limited to 5 students.

Location: Community Center Craft/Woodshop
Time: 6:00PM – 8:00PM
Date: Thursday, 11/21/19 #423666C
Date: Thursday, 12/19/19 #423666D
Fee: $5.00 Resident / $10.00 Regular

CREATE YOUR OWN - PEN
Looking for a fun and rewarding introductory wood turning experience?
By the end of the class you’ll have a nice handmade
pen that’s ready to use or share as a gift.

Instructor: Michael Evans
Location: Community Center Craft/Woodshop
Time: 5:30PM – 8:30PM
Fee: $10.00 Resident / $15.00 Regular
Date: Thursday, 10/24/19 #423400B
Date:Tuesday,11/12/19 #423400C



WOODSHOP 2.0
Bring your woodshop game to the next level. If you are already
safety certified you can take the next step to creating
your own pieces. Learn how to set up the equipment or get
expert guidance on your project while you work.

Location: Community Center Craft/Woodshop
Time: 6:00PM – 8:30PM
Fee: $10 Resident / $20 Regular
Date: Wednesday, 10/16/19 #423790B
Date: Wednesday, 11/20/19 #423790C
Date: Wednesday, 12/18/19 #423790C

OPEN WOODSHOP
The Woodshop will be open for your small repairs and projects.
We have a variety of tools and supplies that you can use
to complete your projects.
Prerequisite: Woodshop Safety
Certification

Location: Community Center Craft/Woodshop
Fee: Free Resident / $10.00 Regular per visit
Note: No Open Woodshop during scheduled classes
Day/Date: Thursdays, Fridays, 8:30AM – 8:00PM
Saturdays 8:30AM – 4:00PM