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YOUTH ARTS &
CRAFTS
ART EXPLORERS
Extended Age Group!
(ages 2-6 w/care-giver)
Join your toddler/preschooler for fun and messy
art exploration! Group activities will emphasize
sharing and cooperation. Class fee includes 1
adult and 1 child. Infants are welcome at no
charge. Please register any additional siblings.
Taught by Marcia Millican. Class length 45 min.
SHC Art Room ++
Activity #220402
Tu
9:30a 4/6-5/4
$70
Tu
10:30a 4/6-5/4
$70
Tu
9:30a 5/11-6/8
$70
Tu
10:30a 5/11-6/8
$70
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KNITTING
at CRICKHOLLOW FARM
For beginning and on-going knitters. Dixie
Moore has taught many children to knit for
over 14 years. Materials not included in class
fee. Call 842-1402 for directions and class supply list. Class length 75 min. Crickhollow Farm
Grades 1-4: Learn to knit and share patterns
for items you can play with or use. For new
and experienced knitters.
Activity #220415
Tu
4:00p 4/6-4/27
$45
Tu
4:00p 5/4-5/25
$45
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Grades 5-8: Make slippers, bags, blankets...
something with style and purpose. For new
and experienced knitters.
Activity #220416
Th
4:00p 4/8-4/29
$45
Th
4:00p 5/6-5/27
$45
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YO U T H L A N G UAG E
ESPAÑOL PARA LOS
CHIQUITINES/SPANISH FOR
THE LITTLE ONES (ages 3-6)
This Spanish language program is designed
and taught by native speaker Elsa Quintanilla
Trail for ages 3-6 to provide a variety of rich
experiences that include songs, rhymes, storytelling, games and other fun activities. Class
length 45 min. SHC large room ++
Activity #221644
Th
10:00a 4/8-5/6
$65
Th
10:00a 5/13-6/10
$65
Spanish for Little Ones
Camps - see pg 52
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MAKE YOUR OWN
BOARD GAME
Using simple templates, fabulous
paper, clever gluing techniques, and a lot
of imagination, participants will be guided
through a no-fail process for creating a oneof-a-kind board game to play with friends
and family. Class length 2 hours. ++
Activity #220406
Ages 5-6
Sa 4/24
10:00a
$25
Ages 7-8
Sa 4/24
1:00p
$25
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MAKE IT SMALL
Fill a small world with teeny, tiny wonderful miniatures you make using
cardboard, paper, fabric, wooden
shapes, and found objects. Making miniatures is a great skill to learn for school projects,
or just for fun. Class length 2 hours. ++
Activity #220407
Ages 5-6
Sa 5/15
10:00a
$25
Ages 7-8
Sa 5/15
1:00p
$25
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SEW WHAT - FOR BEGINNERS
Making cute and simple felt projects, students will be introduced to the basics of
hand-sewing including threading a needle,
straight stitching and sewing on a button.
Class length 2 hours. ++
Activity #220408
Ages 5-6
Sa 5/1 & 5/8 10:00a
$45
Ages 7-8
Sa 5/1 & 5/8 1:00p
$45
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MORE SEW WHAT
(for continuing students)
There’s always something new to learn
in sewing! Experienced sewers will expand their repertoire of hand-sewing skills
while creating a variety of fun projects.
Prerequisite: student must have completed
a previous Sew What class or summer camp,
or by instructor permission. Class length 2
hours. ++
Activity #220409
Ages 5-6
Sa 4/10 & 4/17 10:00a
$45
Ages 7-8
Sa 4/10 & 4/17 1:00p
$45
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ART STUDIO
A DV E N T U R E S
an Afterschool Art program
taught by Marcia Millican
for ages 6-10
FOCUS ON PAINTING
Explore with a variety of painting materials,
including watercolors, and acrylics. Learn
about color and composition and create
your own masterpiece on canvas! Class
length 75 min. SHC Art Room ++
Activity #220404
Tu
3:30p 4/13-5/4
$60
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SPRINGS & THINGS
An exploration of a variety of modern sculpture forms and techniques.
Create art that stands, bends, and
moves! Class length 75 min. SHC Art Room ++
Activity #220405
Tu
3:30p 5/11-6/1
$60
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T H E AT E R
DO IT YOURSELF THEATRE for
ages 12-14
This is a class that will get the creative
and spontaneous juices flowin’! You
will create props and costumes in
view of the audience and be performing your own stories. The first four
sessions will be improvisation and theatre
games. The last four sessions will be a rehearsing a script you will have helped write. Come on board!. Taught by Tim Tully. Class
length 90 minutes. SHC large room ++
Activity #220291
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4-5:30p 4/14-6/2*
$85
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*5/19 Early Dismissal meet at 1pm-2:30p
AFTER SCHOOL THEATER
PROGRAM for grades 5-8
A “Who Done It?” hilarious, murder mystery play
is our next adventure in theatre. Come join the
fun as we explore the world of slap-stick physical comedy and outrageous characters. We
will be working on effective listening, communication, creative thinking, memorization, sequencing patterns, responding and working
with others. Work-in-progress will be shared at
the conclusion of the sessions. Taught by Karen
Harp-Reed. Materials fees of $8.50 payable to
instructor at first class (includes $3.25 royalty fee
and $5.25 per script) Class length 90 min. Held
at Woodward Stage area.
Activity #220290
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KNITTING CLASSES
for ages 6 – 14
JUST CR AFTS
Saturday Workshops for children 5–8 years
old. These fun, fast-paced workshops are designed for young students who love to make
things and are able to focus on a project for
15 minutes at a time. Small class size allows
the instructor to offer individual attention.
Jeanette Schanilec, Instructor. Class length
2 hours. SHC large room. ++
Registration begins 3/23. See page 62. Watch for the Early Bird!
YO U T H W R I T I N G
Activity #223343
Th
4:00p 4/8-5/27
$85
ARTS & CULTURE
YO U T H
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P O T T E RY
KINDERMUSIK CLASSES
with Linda Coral Slater
Kindermusik Village YOUTH MUSIC &
DANCE
CREATIVE WRITING
WORKSHOP for ages 8-12
If you like to create characters, invent plots, and
have fun with words, this workshop is for you!
Writer/teacher Margaret Nevinski helps young
writers tap into their creativity and strengthen
their writing. We’ll share our work out loud to
get feedback from our fellow authors. Discover
more about the craft of writing while creating
the spectacular stories and poems only you
can write. Bring a notebook, a pen, and your
imagination. Class length 2 hours. SHC ++
Online registration for classes with this symbol begins March 10!
LITTLE WOODSTOCK
MUSIC TOGETHER
with Heather Scott
Music Together is an internationally recognized early childhood music and movement
program for infants, toddlers, preschoolers,
kindergartners and the adults who love them!
Instructor Heather Scott is a licensed Music
Together Center Director. Family Materials Fee
of $40 due to instructor at first class. All classes
are multi-age, family classes. Additional children $100. For more information please visit.
www.littlewoodstockmusictogether.com. or
call 595-3139 for directions. Class length 45
minutes. Located at Bainbridge Ballet
New 4-week sessions!
HAND BUILDING CLASS
for ages 7-11 taught by
Suzanna Lugo
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SUMMER
Activity #422007 M&W 3:30p 6/21-6/30
$59
WFM 3:30p 7/7-7/14
$59
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WHEEL THROWN
for ages 9-16 taught by
Suzanna Lugo
Youth throwing classes focus on the techniques
of throwing as well as the development of form
by combining thrown pieces with hand built
parts. A variety of glazing techniques are used
including decorative brush work. For safety
reasons, please tie back long hair and do not
wear sandals. Class length 90 min. ED ++
Activity #222008
ages 9-11
Tu
4:00p 4/6-5/25
$98 Th
4:00p 4/8-5/27
$98
Ages 12-16
W
4:00p 4/7-5/26
$98
SUMMER
Activity #422008
ages 9-11
Tu&Th 3:30p 6/22-7/15
$98 Tu&Th 3:30p 7/20-8/12
$98
Ages 12-16
M&W 3:30p 7/19-8/11
$98
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Activity #221061
T
9:30a 4/6-5/25
$90
W
10:30a 4/7-5/26
$90
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See Kindermusik Family
Camps on Page 53
ENERGY BOUNCE
WITH GUY SIDORA
for ages 4-6
There´s no funner way to
bounce the day away than learning how to bounce with Guy Sidora. Explore
the world around you in 3D, bring your imagination to life and learn new skills! Robotic
Racquetballs, Baboon Balloons, Super High
Bouncey Balls from Outer Space and the
famous Big Red Ball. Lots of fun games with
loads of music and laughter. Class length 1
hour. SHMG
This class provides young students a chance
to explore hand building with clay. A variety
of tools will be used to make everything from
functional to fanciful imaginative pieces.
Class length 90 min. ED ++
Activity #222007 M
3:30p 4/5-4/26
$59
M
3:30p 5/3-5/24
$59
(Newborn - 18 mo) - A Bonding Experience
Dew Drops -- In this class, parents and babies will play and move together to songs
about flowers, such as “How Does Your
Garden Grow?” You’ll also hear traditional
Irish music, dance a jig and move to the
“Irish Trot.” Materials fee $40 paid at first class.
Taught by Linda Coral Slater www.lindacoralslater.kindermusik.net 842-0126. Class length 45
minutes
Activity #221068
F
9:30a 4/9-4/30
$49
F
9:30a 5/7-5/28
$49
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FAMILY SCAVENGER HUNT
GUY SIDORA for ages 4-6
SPRING
Located at Bainbridge Ballet
Activity #221060 Sec#
W
9:30a 4/7-6/9
$137
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(additional child)
W
9:30a 4/7-6/9
$100
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W
10:30a 4/7-6/9
$137
(additional child)
W
10:30a 4/7-6/9
$100
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SUMMER
Located at Peacock Family Center (former
Kidimu site) on Madison
Activity #421060 T
9:30a 7/6-8/10
$85
(additional child)
T
9:30a 7/6-8/10
$60
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10:30a 7/7-8/11
$85
(additional child)
W
10:30a 7/7-8/11
$60
03
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Tired of GPS and Google Searches? Looking for
something fun to do?? Come search for treasures in Guy Sidora’s ultimate scavenger hunting experience. In these guided explorations we
will follow visual, word and even sound clues to
discover the whereabouts of hidden treasures.
This is a fun, all-weather activity that requires
good shoes and clothing appropriate to outside
weather conditions. Siblings are welcome to
register. Class length 1 hour. Meet at SHMG.
Activity #221070 For parent and 1 child
Sa
10:30a 4/17
$15
Additional Sibling
Sa
10:30a 4/17
$10
For parent and 1 child
Sa
10:30a 5/1
$15
Additional Sibling
Sa
10:30a 5/1
$10
ROBOT BOUNCE
for ages 8-10
See Page 40!
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SALSA -
TEEN & ADULT
DANCE CLASSES
The following classes are taught by Sheila
Phillips of Educated Feet. Open to teens &
adults, no partner necessary!!! PLEASE wear
shoes that leave no black marks!! You must
register Thursday prior to week series begins.
Take your educated feet to 2 monthly dances
on island! Info & Updates: www.educatedfeet.
net, [email protected] or 206-842-3012
WALTZ -
Ballroom dancing as we know
it began with the Waltz. Most popular
today, this is a slow Waltz with long gliding
steps. Class length 1 hour. ICH
Activity #221001
T 7:30p 4/6-5/4
$45
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EAST COAST SWING -
Activity #221002
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T 8:30p 4/6-5/4
$45
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Activity #421005
Th 7:30p 7/8-7/29
$35
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Activity #421007
Th 7:30p 8/5-8/26
$35
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FOXTROT -
CHA CHA -
Introduced to U.S. 1954 from
Cuba, it remains one of the most popular
dances in the U.S. Cha Cha has a relaxed
style, combining the romanticism of Rumba
with the triple Lindy steps of East Coast Swing.
It’s simply Salsa slowed down but no less fiery
and passionate! Class length 1 hour. ICH
Activity #421002
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T 8:30p
6/29-7/27*
$35
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No class 7/7
MERENGUE
A fun and easy one step Latin dance you’ll find
frequently at clubs! Patterns are spontaneous
and improvisational! Figures include wraps,
pretzels and tunnels! Class length 1 hour. ICH
Activity #421003
T 8:30p
8/3-8/24
$35
Foxtrot goes “hand in hand”
with Swing and is one of the most common
and easy to learn social dances. It’s very
smooth and flowing with a combination of
slow and quick movement in the step patterns.
It’s a good place to begin Ballroom dancing.
Class length 1 hour. ICH
ARGENTINE TANGO
Activity #221003
T 7:30p
5/18-6/15
$45
Activity#221005
Th 7:30p
4/8-5/6
$45
Th 7:30p
5/20-6/17
$45
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WEST COAST SWING
Learn a fun sophisticated Swing! A smooth,
slotted style danced to slower rhythm and
blues and contemporary music. Flirtatious
and playful, this dance is both creative and
versatile. Class length 1 hour. ICH
Activity #221004
T 8:30p
5/18-6/15
$45
Activity #421008
Th 8:30p
8/5-8/26
$35
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“SWING PLUS” DANCES &
WORKSHOPS
Swing, Salsa, Blues, West Coast,
Ballroom, Latin
NO pre-registration or partner required!
Workshops are for beginning to
Intermediate level
Pay at the door for all events!
Island Center Hall, 8395 Fletcher Bay Rd
Doors open 7:15p (7:45p 6/19)
Workshops 7:30-8:15p (8p, 6/19), Dance 8:1510:30p (8:30-11p, 6/19)
Dressy casual; shoes clean soles, no black
marks! Info @ www.educatedfeet.net
842-3012/[email protected]
April 10: WEST COAST SWING, a fun sophisticated Swing! A smooth, slotted style danced
to slower rhythm and blues and contemporary music. Flirtatious and playful, this dance
is both creative and versatile. Potluck 6:30
pm. Bring your favorite dish to share! $10/
adults; $5/teens includes DJ dance!
May 8: SWINGIN’ FOXTROT: Swing and Foxtrot
go hand in hand for a smooth combination.
Mix elegant Foxtrot patterns with favorite
Swing patterns! Happy Mother’s Day! $10/
adults; $5/teens includes DJ dance!
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Presently the most popular form of Tango, this
is a dance filled with passion and dramatic
styling. It involves wonderful interpretation and
interplay between partners and has elegant
footwork. Basics and beyond with Sheila Phillips
& Jon Vandermere. Class length 1 hour. ICH
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HUSTLE
A modern dance with strong roots in Latin
and Swing rhythms. Formulated to fit Disco
music of the 70’s, now danced to popular hits
from the last 3 decades. This fun dance has a
slot similar to West Coast. Timing is simple and
easy to learn. Class length 1 hour. ICH
Activity #421006
Th 8:30p 7/8-7/29
$35
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SWING for Teens!
Swing, a favorite all American jazzy dance! Get ready for the 8th
grade banquet and learn a variety of Lindy, Charleston & Jazz style
patterns. This is a fun, energetic style danced to upbeat retro &
big band tunes! Class length 1 hour. Woodward Middle School
Commons
Activity #221021Sec#01
T 3:15-4:15p
5/4-5/25
June 19: SALSA is a spicy mixture of Latin
dances and evokes an irrepressible zest
for life! This energetic and passionate club
style is most popular! Workshop, 8:00 pm
with Sheila Phillips and guest instructor Gene
Magallanes. Dance 8:30-11p to Live music
with “Cambalache”! $20/adults; $15/teens
includes dance!
July 10: HUSTLE, a modern dance with strong
roots in Latin and Swing rhythms. Formulated
to fit Disco music of the 70’s, now danced to
popular hits from the last 3 decades. $10/
adults; $5/teens includes DJ dance!
Aug 14:SLOW DANCE/BLUES! Learn a few
basics and variations for slow dancing with
a partner to slow romantic ballads & swinging “Bluesy” tunes. This one step dance uses
easy walking footwork. Ice cream social included tonight. Bring your favorite toppings!
$10/adults; $5/teens includes DJ dance!
$35
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Swing is
the logical place to begin to learn partner
dancing. A favorite jazzy dance originating
in the 20’s, popular during WWII, jumping in
the 50’s and still swinging today! A single
time Lindy danced to medium and fast
tempos. Class length 1 hour. ICH
Learn the hottest Latin dance
today! A spicy mixture danced to rhythmic
Afro-Caribbean and Latin American beats,
Salsa evokes an irrepressible zest for life!
Combinations and possibilities are endless!
Club style Salsa, energetic and passionate!
Two series recommended before taking Salsa
II. With Sheila Phillips & Ken Alexander. Class
length 1 hour. ICH
Activity #421001
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T 7:30p 6/29-7/27*
$35
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T 7:30p
8/3-8/24
$35
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Activity#221006
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4/8-5/6
$45
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Th 8:30p
5/20-6/17
$45
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No class 7/7
Registration begins 3/23. See page 62. Watch for the Early Bird!
WATERCOLOR: BACK-TOBASICS
ADULT ARTS &
CRAFTS
BEGINNING HAND-SEWING
FOR ADULTS
Making quick and fun projects with felt and cotton fabric, students will be introduced to the basics of hand-sewing including several utility and
decorative stitches, using a pattern, sewing on
a button, sewing a “blind” hem, and gathering.
Practicality, as well as creativity and self-expression will have equal emphasis in class. All class
project materials included in the class fee. A list
of basic sewing kit equipment and materials will
be available at the first class. Taught by Jeanette
Schanilec. Class length 2 hours. SHC++
Activity #220425
Th
7:00p 4/15-5/6
$59
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D R AW I N G &
PA I N T I N G
ARTS & CULTURE
Online registration for classes with this symbol begins March 10!
Instructor/artist, Dana Marrs, will cover materials and basics to get you started. We will
learn (or review) brush strokes, washes, wet
in wet, color theory and techniques to create satisfying watercolor painting. Great for
beginners; perfect for intermediates. New
lessons and subject matter. Materials not
included. Please email [email protected] or
call 842-2306 #16 for materials list. Taught
by Dana Marrs. SHC art room. Class length 2
hours.++
Activity #220451
T
6:30-8:30p 4/13-6/1*
$95
*no class 5/25
WATERCOLOR: CONTINUING
ADVENTURES
For those with previous watercolor experience, this class will take your skills to the next
level. Our watercolor community provides
supportive atmosphere, and instructor/artist, Dana Marrs, will offer individual coaching. You may explore subject matter of your
own choosing. Plan to create at least one
piece during the class to frame and exhibit
at a show in a local business! Materials not
included.
Activity #220452 Sec#
Th
6:30-8:30p 4/15-6/3*
*no class 5/27
PAINTING WITH GOUACHE &
PASTELS
An introduction to painting with
Gouache, which is a very versatile
opaque water color. Pastels may be
used in conjunction with gouache,
so basic pastel techniques will also be taught.
All levels welcome. Class fee does not include
materials. For materials list email [email protected]
or call 842-2306 #16. SHC art room. Class length
3 hours.++
Activity #220458
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9:30a 4/12-5/17
$105
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ART STUDIO SAMPLER
for beginning Adult Artists
Find out which direction your inner artist
wants to travel...This class allows exploration
into a variety of mediums, including acrylics, watercolor, printing, drawing, collage
and more, WITHOUT a commitment to purchasing materials. Taught by Marcia Millican.
Materials included in class fee. Class length 2
1/2 hours. SHC Art Room ++
Activity #220459 Sec#
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6:30p 4/14-5/19
$105
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9:30a 4/15-5/20
$105
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$95
Watercolor Exhibit from
Park District Art Classes!
See Special Events on
back cover!
LET’S PAINT...MORE!
Continuing AND New students will learn to use
value, composition, design, & color to bring
about a finished painting. Students will also
explore different forms of creativity including
abstract and photo design. Oils and acrylics
will be the primary media, though other media
are welcome. Taught by artist/instructor Sylvia
Carlton. Materials are not included in the class
fee. Contact [email protected] or 206-842-2306
ext#16 for materials list. Class length 3 hours.
SHC ++
Activity #220450
Sec# W
9:30a 4/7-5/12
$105
01 EXTENDED LET’S PAINT
SESSION
For those who wish to continue painting in
more depth. Students will complete 2 or
3 finished paintings during this time. Class
length 3hours. Sylvia Carlton SHC ++
Activity #220449
W
9:30a 5/19-6/9
$70
Sec# 01 SUNDAY AFTERNOON ART
WORKSHOPS WITH
MARCIA MILLICAN
DARE TO DRAW
A perfect workshop to introduce the very beginner to drawing! A variety of simple and relaxing methods will be presented to ease you into
drawing. Learn the basics of shading, composition and perspective. Materials included in class
fee. Class length 3 hours. SHC Art Room ++
Activity #220453
Su
1:00p 4/11
$35
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ARTISTIC COLLAGE
Expand your notion of collage with a multitude of artist’s materials including paint,
canvas, specialty papers, acrylic mediums,
and more. Learn effective and innovative
methods for layering and attaching materials and objects. Appropriate for artists of ALL
levels. All materials provided, but feel free
to bring your own collections/items as well.
Class length 3 hours. SHC Art Room ++
Activity #220454
Su
1:00p 5/2
$35
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PAINTING with PEERLESS
WATERCOLORS WORKSHOPS
with Dorothy Matthews
In this class, instructor artist, Dorothy
Matthews, shows you a painting
process that enables you to create
art anywhere. Even beginners will
dismiss all reasons for not painting and start
to “capture the moment” whether traveling, journaling, or working in a studio. You
will create two compact painting kits that
fit a pocket. You will create small paintings
that include techniques for composition,
texturizing, and color mixing. Please contact
BIMPRD at [email protected] or 842-2306 #16
for complete materials list. Class length 2 hrs
per session. SHC
Activity #220457
M
6:30p 4/12 -4/19
$49
Sa
10a-3p* 4/24
$49
*lunch break 12-1p
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LIFE DRAWING
Open session for artists at any level who wish
to improve their skills drawing and/or painting
from life. Poses will vary in length from 60 seconds to 45 minutes, and can be discussed by
the group. A model fee of approximately $90 is
payable at the first class which covers model expenses for the session. (For more information call
Gregg Onewein at 842-0259.) DROP IN STUDENTS
WELCOME WITH A $5 DROP IN FEE (paid to
BIMPRD main office) plus approx $10 fee (depending on # of students) for the model (paid at
class). Class length 3 hours. SHC Art Room
Activity #220455
F
9:30a 4/9-6/4
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To sign up online, you need your user name & password! Can’t remember them? Call (206) 842-2306 ext 18 today!
P O T T E RY
SCULPTURE WORKSHOP
Workshop length 3 hours. ED++
Activity #222053
M
11:30a 4/5-5/17
$70
ADULT POTTERY
This class is designed for both beginning
and advanced students. Instruction will be
provided in both hand-building and wheelthrowing using a wide variety of stoneware
clays. Various glazing and firing techniques
will be discussed using electric, gas and raku
kilns. Individual projects will be encouraged.
Several stoneware clays are available, 25#
bag at $15 for the first 2 bags, $20 for third
and more which includes the cost of glazing
and firing. Porcelain clay is also available for
$20/25#. Class length 2 hours. ED. ++
Morning Pottery Classes
Activity #222050
Sherri Grossbauer
Tu
9:30a 4/6-5/25
Th
9:30a 4/8-5/27
Suzanna Lugo
W
9:30a
4/7-5/26
$125
$125
$125
SUMMER
Activity #422053
M
11:30a 6/21-8/9*
$70
*no class 7/5
02
05
03
All workshop students must be enrolled in a
Park District pottery class. Workshop length 3
hours. ED++
Suzanna Lugo
SUMMER
Activity #422050
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Suzanna Lugo
Focus will be on beginning students.
M
7:00p 6/21-8/16*
$125
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*no class 7/5
Focus will be dedicated to all levels.
W
7:00p 6/23-8/11
$125
04
This class is designed to explore the interaction between form and space while working
with clay. Attention will be given to structural stability. Students will be concerned with
the play of light and shadow across the surface of the clay and will be encouraged to
experiment with a variety of special surface
decorating techniques. Several stoneware
clays are available at $15.00 / 25# bag and
porcelain clay is also available for $20.00 /
25# bag which includes the cost of glazing
and firing. Class length 2 hours. ED.++
Suzanna Lugo
W
9:30a
6/23-8/11
Sec#
$125
$125
02
05
$125
03
Evening Pottery
Activity #222050
SUMMER
Activity #422052
Sec#
M
9:30a 6/21-8/16*
$125
01
*no class 7/5
Sec#
Suzanna Lugo
Focus will be on beginning students.
M
7:00p 4/5-5/24
$125
01
Focus will be dedicated to all levels.
W
7:00p 4/7-5/26
$125
04
Shirley Burns
Sec#
01
02
SUMMER
Activity #422051
Morning Pottery Workshops
Tu
11:30a 6/22-8/3
$70
Th
11:30a 6/24-8/5
$70
Sec#
01
02
SPECIAL DROP IN SATURDAY
WORKSHOP
Pay $15 “at the door” for this drop in opportunity for students who are registered in a
pottery class. Workshop length 3 hours. ED
Sa
9:00a
4/10-5/22 & 6/26-8/14*
*No class 7/3
Sue
Tuttle
Activity #222052
Sec#
M
9:30a 4/5-5/24
$125
01
SUMMER
Activity #422050
Sherri Grossbauer
Tu
9:30a 6/22-8/10
Th
9:30a 6/24-8/12
Activity #222051
Morning Pottery Workshops
Tu
11:30a 4/6-5/18
$70
Th
11:30a 4/8-5/20
$70
POTTERY SUMMER WORKSHOP
with Sue Tuttle
Sue Tuttle is a working potter, teacher, and
the owner of Mud Flats Pottery Gallery in
Melbourne, Florida.
Designed for students of all skill levels, this
class offers students experiences in functional as well as sculptural pieces, using a variety
of techniques. Participating students will create their own works in clay utilizing the process
of contemporary hands in clay. Use of stiff clay
slabs, extruded hollow forms, as well as, wheel
thrown components will be demonstrated. Several stoneware clays are available at $15.00/
25# bag and porcelain clay is also available for
$20.00/ 25# bag which includes the cost of glazing and firing. Class length (7/9) 5 hours, (7/16) 3
hours. ED
Activity#
422054
Friday 9:30a 7/9&7/16
$65
Sec#
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ADULT SCULPTURE CLASS
with Shirley Burns
Sherri Grossbauer
Sec#
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ADULT POTTERY WORKSHOPS
Evening Pottery
Sec#
Sec#
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Registration begins 3/23. See page 62. Watch for the Early Bird!
MOSAICS USING
CERAMICS
PIQUE ASSIETTE
Online registration for classes with this symbol begins March 10!
LEADED
S TA I N E D G L A S S
LEADED STAINED GLASS
This class will teach you the techniques
to create beautiful stained glass works
of art. All levels of experience welcome
(especially beginners!). Class fee does
not include tools or materials. Supplies
are available for purchase from the instructor at the first class. Class length
3 hours. Activity #220464 Sec# T
10:00a 4/27-6/8* $100
01
W
6:00p 4/28-6/9* $100
02
*No class 5/11 & 5/12
CLASSES with
Julie Hews-Everett
Artist/instructor Julie Hews-Everett has been
involved in leaded stained glass and copper foil construction for 30 years. All glass
classes will be held at Island Spectrum
Design in Fletcher Bay. Please call 780-0837
for directions.
ARTS & CULTURE
BEGINNING GLASS FUSING
Mosaics can be created from a variety of
materials and found objects and placed on
almost any surface, making it versatile, practical and fun. This class will focus on working with broken household ceramics and
tile (pique assiette) to create a decorative
frame or trivet. The class will cover: methods of breaking or cutting ceramics, and
working with mastics and grouting. In the
first class you will apply your design and in
the second class you will grout. The materials fee will cover everything you need. If you
have some broken ceramic pieces, bring
them. Materials Fee $15 payable to the
instructor at class. Taught by Gillian Allard,
artist/instructor. Sat class 3 hours, Sun class
1.5 hours. CYC
Activity #220469
Sa&Su 1p
5/1&5/2
$49
This is a great way to get a taste of glass
making without a huge commitment.
Students will learn what glass fusing is all
about. Class includes instruction of basic
cutting skills and assembly of one to two
projects. Tools and materials are included. Class length 2 1/2 hour class
Activity #220468 Sec#
Sa 10:00a 4/10
$60
01
Sa 10:00a 6/5
$60
02
Summer
Activity #420464 T
10:00a 6/22-7/27 $100
W
6:00p 6/23-7/28 $100
Sec#
01
02
SATURDAY STUDIO FOR
FUSING
Come practice your fusing skills in an
open studio setting. You can use the skills
learned in workshops or fuse your own
designs. Tools and guidance will be provided. Glass is not included. Class length
3 hours.
Activity #220465 Sec#
Sa 10:00a 5/1
$50
01
Sa 10:00a 6/26
$50
02
FUSED GLASS WIND CHIMES
If you love wind chimes you will love this
class! Make small or large wind chimes,
design your own or copy designs on display. You will learn to cut glass and lay
out the design. After firing, you will return
to learn how to string your own wind
chimes. Tools and some materials provided. Class length 2 hours.
Activity #220466 Sec#
Sa&Su 10:00a5/22 & 5/23 $60
01
Sec#
01
Check out more
arts and crafts in
our 50+ section on
pages 4-7!
J E W E L RY
BEGINNING JEWELRY
MAKING
ONGOING JEWELRY MAKING
Learn to cut, file, solder and form metal to
make jewelry. Texturing, rivets, ring forming,
studio set-up, safety and tool buying will be
covered. Class taught by Jane Martin, jewelry
artist. A $20 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Class length 3 hours.
CYC ++
Activity #220460
T
4:00p 4/6-5/25
$130
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Returning students are welcome to continue working on advanced techniques and
projects. Stone setting, production of multiples, and refinement of personal expression will be taught. Class taught by Jane
Martin, jewelry artist. A $20 material fee is
payable to the instructor at the first class.
Class length 3 hours. CYC ++
Activity #220461
T
12:30p 4/6-5/25 $130
Sec#
01
To sign up online, you need your user name & password! Can’t remember them? Call (206) 842-2306 ext 18 today!
CREATING YOUR
DREAM COME TRUE
ADULT SPECIAL
A D U LT W R I T I N G
CL ASSES
CREATIVITY for WRITERS
The creative spark lies at the heart of all writing, whether we write for adults or children.
Published writer Margaret Nevinski, with an
MFA in Writing, offers playful, useful ways for
writers to tap into the wellspring of ideas.
We’ll explore prompts, journaling, collage,
music, poetry, and exercises using the five
senses to spark our imaginations and access
our creative voices. For beginning and experienced writers in all genres. Come prepared
to be inspired! Class length 2 hours. Meets at
BISCC HD Living Room. 370 Brien Dr across from
Waterfront Park.++
Activity #223345
Th
7:00p 4/22-5/27
$65
Sec#
01
POETRY WRITING WORKSHOP
Activity #223301
W
7:00p 4/7-4/28
$52
W
7:00p 5/5-5/26
$52
Sec#
01
02
BLOGGING 101 FOR WRITERS
Island blogger Tamara Sellman demystifies
the blogosphere, then offers practical,
applicable information and instruction for
writers interested in starting their own blogs
or developing the blogs they already have.
Class length 5 hours. Please bring your
laptop and a sack lunch. SHC large room
WRITING FOR CHILDREN
WORKSHOP 2
This workshop continues the “Writing for
Children” Workshop 1 from winter. Published
children’s book author Margaret Nevinski, with
an MFA in Writing, offers further useful, practical information on the basics of writing for children and teens. We’ll explore in more depth
the elements of story (character, plot, voice),
different genres (picture book, chapter book,
middle-grade, and young adult novel), what
editors are looking for, and resources available
to children’s book writers. Open to those who
have taken the winter workshop, or permission
from instructor. Class length 5 hrs. SHC++
Activity #223346
Sa
10a
5/1
$40
FIELD’S END WRITERS’
ROUND TABLES
Sec#
01
Writers’ Roundtables offered on the third Tuesday
of each month, 7:00-8:30pm at the BI Library
meeting room. Free and open to interested writers. For more info www.fieldsend.org
Activity #223310 Sa
10:00a 4/17
$40
Sec#
01
BLOGGING 102: TAKING YOUR
BLOG TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Island blogger Tamara Sellman offers
practical advice and information for
writers who have already developed
their own blogs and who are ready to
expand them. This workshop will explore
new widgets, apps and services that
can help to improve blog content, to
manage and increase traffic, to generate
income, to build community, to deal with
challenging followers, and to simplify
blog maintenance. Class length 2.5
hours. Please bring your wireless enabled
laptop, and power supply. SHC large room
Activity#223311 S e c #
Su
1:00p 5/16&5/23
$40
01
Activity #226110
Sec#
T
7:00p 4/13-5/4
$72
01
PHOTOGR APHY
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND
PHOTO CLUB
Learn about techniques used by other photographers, ways to display photos, and how to
use new types of equipment including digital.
Join the photo club and meet with both amateur and professional photographers. There
are opportunities to share your work and to
participate in a variety of events. Held monthly
on the 2nd Wed, (except in July and August
when the meetings will be held the Thursday
following the second Wednesday) from 7:009:00pm at the Bainbridge Commons, 370 Brien
Dr NW. Call 780-2232, 855-9316 or 360-297-2448
or visit www.biphotoclub.org for more info. At
the August 12 BIPC meeting members will be
sharing their digital slide presentations on a
variety of fascinating subjects and places. The
public is most welcome to attend at no cost.
FOURTH OF JULY
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT
by the Bainbridge Island
Photo Club
Sunday, July 4, 10a-4p
Bainbridge Commons
370 Brien Dr SE
FREE!
Take a break from the bustling July 4th
crowd and stop by to see this exhibit of
exciting and inspiring photographs by
members of the Bainbridge Island Photo
Club. You will be encouraged to vote on
your favorite 10 photographs and be part
of the judging process! Sponsored by the
Bainbridge Island Photo Club and the
Bainbridge Island Metro Parks. Any questions call 206-842-2306 #16.
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ARTS & CULTURE
Have you written some poems? Do you want
to take steps toward bringing them out into
the world? This workshop gives participants
an opportunity bring their poems in various
stages of progress, read them aloud, and discuss them with award-winning instructor/poet
John Willson and other workshop members. In
an atmosphere of constructive conversation
and sensitivity to the needs of each writer, the
workshop focuses on critique of the poem
and suggestions for revision. Participants are
asked to bring 10-12 copies of their work to
share in class each week. Class length 2 1/2
hours. SHC. Drop-in fee: $15 ++
You have a dream. Whether it is
large or small, this course will have you
taking giant steps toward making that
dream a reality. Through engaging conversation, creative writing and art exercises you will explore your dream. Do
you want to have organized closets?
Go to Mexico? Find love? Change careers? You can make it happen! Have
your dream in mind when you come to
the first class. Taught by Kim Burke, Life
Coach. Class length 2 hours SHC small
craft room
Registration begins 3/23. See page 62. Watch for the Early Bird!
Online registration for classes with this symbol begins March 10!
BRIDGE
A D U LT
L A N G UAG E S
JAPANESE FOR BEGINNERS
ARTS & CULTURE
Ages 14 and up. Come
learn to speak basic
Japanese and have
fun while experiencing Japanese Culture. The goal is effective,
practical
communication. You will be
pleased to find that the
basic grammar of Japanese is not complicated when presented in an orderly way. Materials fee $22 for text book & CD payable to instructor at first class. Taught by
Noyuri Soderland who has taught Japanese
at the UW, Olympic College, public schools
and various settings including children’s
classes, senior citizen groups and private tutoring. Class length 2 hours. SHC small room
Activity #221651
T
6:30p 4/13-5/18
$98
Sec#
01
SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS
For people with little or no knowledge of
Spanish. You will pick up the language for most
everyday situations - from
meeting & greeting people
to asking directions and
handling simple transactions. Virginia Carter, a native from Mexico City, has
taught every level, adults,
teens, children and toddlers
since 1993. $25 materials fee
for book and hand outs is
payable to instructor at the
first class. Book comes with bilingual dictionary,
flash cards, and answers. Class length 2 hours.
SHC
Activity#221652
Sec#
M
10:00a 4/12-5/17 $98
01
SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS II
For students who have completed Spanish
for Beginners or who have had some beginning Spanish instruction. $10 materials fee
for hand outs is payable to instructor at the
first class. This class will continue to use the
same book used in Spanish for Beginners.
Please call the instructor at 842-5563 or 8422306 #16 for more information. Virginia
Carter. Class length 2 hours. SHC
Activity#221653
Sec#
M
6:30p 4/12-5/17
$98
01
Check out our children’s
Spanish classes on
pages 41 and 52!
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BRIDGE for BEGINNERS
FRENCH CLASSES
with Julia Ensley
Julia Ensley has taught French, German
and Italian. Julia encourages students to
make the language their own, by learning
the words that are relevant to them and
their interests. She believes a language
is best learned by having fun. Students
should purchase the textbook French Now!
Level One (with CD) by Christopher Kendris
($29.95) from Eagle Harbor Books.Teens
14 and up are welcome. SHC. Don’t know
which level to join? Take a simple selfevaluation test by going to the website:
www.frenchonbainbridge.com
Designed for students with
little or no knowledge of
French. The course starts
with an introduction to
pronunciation, one of
the perennial stumbling
blocks for foreign students. At the same time we’ll start gathering vocabulary so that students can begin
to express themselves in French. What’s
more, it will be fun! Taught by Julia Ensley.
Class length 2 hours. SHC large room
FRENCH II
Sec#
01
FRENCH III
For students who have completed French
II and/or are comfortable asking questions,
using the present tense and chatting about
themselves. Class length 2 hours. SHC
Activity #221647
M
7:00p 4/12-5/17
$98
A continuation of Beginner Bridge. Pre requisite is Beginner Bridge class or permission
of instructor. Taught by Anne Sommer. Class
length 2 hours. BISCC living Room.
Activity #226102
Sec#
Th
3:30p 5/6-5/27
$40
01
Prerequisite is Beginner Bridge 2 class or
permission of instructor. Taught by Anne
Sommer. Class length 2 hours. SHC.
Activity #226103
Sec#
Su
2:00p 4/11-5/2
$40
01
Sec#
01
For students who have completed French
for Complete Beginners, or those who have
studied a small amount previously. We’ll be
consolidating work on the present tense,
gathering vocabulary and getting much
more comfortable in pronouncing and using French. Class length 2 hours. SHC
Activity #221649
W
6:30p 4/14-5/19
$98
BRIDGE for BEGINNERS 2
BRIDGE FOR BEGINNERS 3
FRENCH FOR COMPLETE
BEGINNERS
Activity #221648
T
6:30p 4/13-5/18
$98
Come learn the basics of modern bridge! Bill
Gates, an avid bridge player, says, “Bridge offers the kind of mental acuity that is handy for
everything you want to do with excellence.”
$20 fee for class book is payable to instructor at
1st class. Taught by Anne Sommer. Class length
2 hours. BISCC living Room.
Activity #226101
Sec#
Th
3:30p 4/8-4/29
$40
01
W
7:00P
4/7-4/28
$40
02
Sec#
01
More language options for
Adults on page 5!
CANINE CL ASSES
DOG PARKS – THE GOOD, THE
BAD & THE FUN!
Whether you have a feisty fido or a cautious
canine, our Dog Shop will show you how
to have a more enjoyable and safe
visit to the dog park. We’ll show
you what’s nice play and when
it’s time to intervene before someone
gets hurt. We’ll show you how to teach
your dog how to play nicely if he tends to be
a little too exuberant. And if your dog is a little
uncomfortable in all the chaos, we’ll show you
how to help your dog gain confidence and
actually enjoy his visit to the park! And most
importantly, we’ll make sure you and your dog
have fun while you learn! Taught by Judith Bell,
owner of Beau Jes Dog Training. Class length 2
hours. Ed Picnic Shelter
Activity #226111
Sa
2:00p 4/17
$30
Sec#
01
K9 kids camp on page 53!
To sign up online, you need your user name & password! Can’t remember them? Call (206) 842-2306 ext 18 today!
SOUTHEAST ASIA COOKING
WITH AILEEN BERGSTROM NUTRITION &
COOKING
V IS FOR VEGAN
Exploring a Vegan Diet
Activity #220960 Su
10:00a 4/18
$25
Sec#
01
The various cuisines of Indonesia include some of
the world’s most delicious dishes. Many employ
liberal amounts of spices and a combination of
sweet and sour and salty tastes, mild coconut
milk sauces fragrant with lemon grass or other
herbs. We will prepare: hawker style chicken
satay with delicious peanut sauce and condiments, vegetable curry cooked in light coconut
broth and rice in banana leaf packets. Class
length 2.5 hours. SHC kitchen. ++ Activity #220967 Sa
10:00a 5/15
$35
Sec#
01
THE CHEF’S BASKET:
IMPROMPTU COOKING
Rolls can be served as appetizers, or, by themselves, as a full
meal. We will prepare spicytuna sushi, green-tea soba
and smoked salmon rolls, fresh
rolls with delicious and light
pineapple sauce, and chicken-curry and
glass-noodle spring rolls with chilly dipping
sauce. Class length 2.5 hours. SHC kitchen.++ Learn to use the ingredients on
hand to create
a tasty meal.
Participants will select
from the provided ingredients and employ
their cooking creativity
to create impromptu
dishes. Theme of meal
(it is not necessarily
South East Asia) will be chosen by the participants. They will prepare appetizer, main
courses, and a dessert. Be surprised! Class
length 2.5 hours. SHC kitchen.++ Activity #220968 Sa
10:00a 4/17
$35
Activity #220966 Sa
10:00a 5/22
$35
SUSHI, FRESH ROLLS AND
DEEP-FRY ROLLS
Sec#
01
Sec#
01
TAYLOR TAN’S ORGANIC SPRING KITCHEN
Taylor draws inspiration from the flavors of her home country of Taiwan as well as fresh, seasonal foods from the northwest,
demonstrating creative explorations of gourmet cuisine with a home-style appeal. Using organic vegetables and all
natural ingredients, Taylor provides a new appreciation for healthy cooking. Maximum 10 students.
ASIAN MARKET
DAYTRIP & COOKING
CLASS COMBO
In this class we’ll first venture to Seattle to
explore an Asian market and learn about
a variety of great foods available there.
We’ll browse a bookstore for cookbooks,
and possibly enjoy some baked goods or
sample fine teas. While at the market we’ll
purchase fresh food and ingredients for
the following day’s cooking class. Taylor
will help you shop for your own kitchen.
Recipes will be exotic but healthy and
easy to prepare. Saturday meet instructor Taylor Tan on the 9:35a.m. ferry as you
board the boat. Bring your walking shoes!
We plan to return on the 1:10 ferry unless
people would like to stay on for lunch at
their own expense. Ferry fare not included. Demonstration cooking class held on
Sunday at SHC kitchen.++
Activity #220952
Sa 9:30a-2:00p 4/24
$15
Su 11:00a-1:00p 4/25
$30
Sec#
01
02
FRESH FROM THE FARMERS
MARKET
HOT & SPICY SEAFOOD
DISHES
Using fresh seafood from the Northwest,
we’ll explore ways to add a little heat and
a lot of great flavor to some regional delicacies. You’ll learn about a variety of chili
peppers and cook up a savory oyster dish
with ginger and basil sauce. Then we’ll
make a “hot pot” with clams and fresh
lemon, followed by seasonal fish simmered
black bean sauce. SHC kitchen.++
It’s so much fun to shop at the farmer’s
market with all the freshly grown local produce. In this class Taylor will introduce you
to new ways to enjoy some of the great
vegetables being grown close to home.
Recipes will include, garlic stir-fried pea
vines with shrimp, broccoli sprouts stir-fried
with tofu, and a hearty potato leak soup
with chicken. S HC kitchen.++
Activity #220954
Sa 10:30a-12:30p 4/10
$30
Activity #220955
Sa
10:30a-12:30p 5/1 $30
Sec#
01
Sec#
01
TASTY FINGER FOODS
Would you like to know how to make more
healthy snacks for you and your family?
This class will show you how to prepare
some healthy and delicious finger foods
that can be served as appetizers for parties or fun snacks for every day. Dishes include stuffed tofu puffs, vegetable wraps,
and shrimp skewers. SHC kitchen.++
Activity #220953
M 6:30-8:30p
4/26
$30
Sec#
01
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ARTS & CULTURE
Eating meat- and
dairy-free is no longer considered radical or rebellious. It’s a
way to reduce your
carbon footprint and
prevent disease and
health problems. This
comfortable,
nonjudgmental class demystifies veganism,
gives a basic diet
structure,
recipes
and cooking techniques and a sample of delicious nibbles.
Learn how eating vegan, even part-time,
can help your body and our planet feel
better all the time. Resource lists provided.
Taught by Dani Hemmat. $8 materials fee
payable to instructor at class. Class length
2.5 hours SHC kitchen
Aileen Bergstrom grew up in Indonesia, in
a Chinese family, where she became very
familiar with both
Southeast Asian
cuisine as well
as
traditional
Chinese cuisine. She
attended
culinary
school
at the Seattle Art
Institute.These
classes are hands
on cooking classes. Maximum 8
students.
INDONESIAN KITCHEN
Registration begins 3/23. See page 62. Watch for the Early Bird!
WOODWORKING &
MORE
PAINT LIKE THE PROS
Learn interior prep and painting techniques
that include caulking, taping, wall & trim repair, priming, cutting in, applying the paint
and much more. The class will demonstrate
the actual application of products and
special techniques that will give you a professional look. Bring your questions that apply to your own painting project. We can all
learn how to paint like the Pro’s. Taught by
Bruce Carter, local owner of Interiors Only
Painting and painting contractor for over 9 years. Class length 2.5hr. CYC++
INTRO TO WOODWORKING
Local woodworkers have formed a non-profit organization, Bainbridge Island Community
Woodshop to build a community woodshop.
Members will be able to work on their own
projects there, and the organization will work
with the Park District to sponsor a robust series of classes for all skill levels. Membership in
the group is open to all. To get on the email
list, send a message to [email protected]
introductory workshops give just a hint of what’s
to come.
ARTS & CULTURE
INTRO TO HAND
& POWER TOOLS
A discussion and demonstration of basic hand and
power tools for those who may
have tools in the household
but not be confident in their use, and those
who want to know which tools should be in
the “homeowner’s basic toolkit.” Taught by
Tom Wilson, former industrial arts teacher.
Class length 2 hours. Location: CYC
Activity #226302
Sa
10a
4/24
$10
Sec#
01
Online registration for classes with this symbol begins March 10!
Activity #226303
Sa
10:00a
4/17
$10
GARDENING
CL ASSES
URBAN VEGETABLE
GARDENING
The freshest, most locally grown food you can
eat is what you grow yourself! In this class, students will learn to plan, plant and maintain a
chemical-free vegetable garden. You’ll learn
to design your beds, test for soil pH/nutrients and
discover which plants thrive in our area. We’ll
discuss irrigation, fertilization, garden structures,
pest control and harvesting. Each student will
get hands-on experience sowing seeds, transplanting seedlings and will take home starts for
the home garden. Class fee includes potting
soil, containers and seeds, as well as informational handouts. Taught by Anne Burkhardt,
Environmental Educator & Sustainable Farmer
and Gayle Larson, Landscape Designer &
Certified Professional Horticulturalist. Class length
2 hours. Located at CYC
Activity #226401
Th
10a
4/8-5/13
$95
Th
6:30p 4/8-5/13
$95
LUMBER FROM LOCAL LOGS
Sec#
01
02
URBAN VEGETABLE
GARDENING: FALL AND
WINTER PLANNING
Take a tour of a local lumber mill and learn
about the process of making trees
into lumber. See first hand demos of
two types of small sawmills as well
as, log yard, air dry sheds, lumber
kiln, and surfacing machinery in the shop.
Islander David Kotz leads this tour of his facility and shares his knowledge about cutting,
drying, and working with locally made lumber. See first hand milled wood from 15 species of trees. There will be plenty of time for
questions and discussions. Taught by David
Kotz, lifetime Islander who has been sawing
lumber here for 18 yrs. Class length 2 hours.
Location: Coyote Woodshop, 7439 Coyote
Farm Lane. 206-437-0058 for directions
Learn how to extend your vegetable
harvest for year-round produce!
In this class, students will learn to use season extenders in the fall and winter to grow
vegetables all year long. You’ll learn which
plants do well during our mild, but usually
wet winters. We’ll discuss how to protect fall
planted crops from frost and snow for longer
harvests and how to use raised beds and
cold frames to warm the soil for a jumpstart
on planting the earliest spring crops. Suitable
fall crop starts will be available for sale at the
end of class for students ready to start their
Fall/Winter gardens! Class length 4 hours. BPP
Picnic Shelter
Activity #226301
Sa
1:00p 5/15
$15
Activity #226400
T
9:00a 6/15
$35
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RAIN GARDEN CLASS
Participants will learn about sustainable ways to manage and mitigate
storm water run-off by utilizing Low
Impact Development technologies. We will
discuss when rain gardens are appropriate to use and where, how are they sized,
and shaped, why are soils so important in
a rain garden and what are the suitable
plants? We will perform a simple soil test. In
the last part of the class we will talk about
actual installations, and long term maintenance. Taught by Zsofia Pasztor Certified
Arborist, Horticulturist, Tree Risk Assessor #480
and Landscape Designer and Construction
Consultant. Class length 5 hours. SHC
Activity #226402
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MONDAYS RAAB PARK
CHILDRENS GARDEN
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JUNE 21 - AUGUST 16
EXCEPT FOR JULY 5TH.
Please join the WSU Kitsap Extension Master
Gardeners on Mondays for a summer garden
program at the Raab Park Youth Garden
in Poulsbo (at the south corner of Caldart).
There will be garden activities, planting,
watering and a take-home project. Meet
at the Park on Mondays from 10:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Groups of children must be accompanied by an adult. For groups over 15
please notify WSU Kitsap Extension 360-3377157. Learning activities are free Donations
of $1 per family are gladly accepted. http://
kitsap.wsu.edu click on Raab Park. Bring a
lunch for a picnic afterwards.
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