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Edible and Medicinal Plant Walk
with Linda Nelson
Some of our common weeds are not only nutritious foods but have wonderful healing properties. On this 2 hour walk through fields and woods you will learn how to add vitamin and mineral rich wild plants to your diet, treat bee stings, heal wounds, aid digestion, treat UTI’s and protect yourself from cancer.
Instructor: Linda Nelson, Certified Herbalist
Saturday, September 14, 2019
Time: 10 am-Noon
Hypnosis for Stress Reduction-NEW! Session I
with Tanya Quarterman
Enjoy the relaxation and stress relief of hypnotherapy. Participants experience hypnosis, and learn tricks and tips for reducing stress outside of the class. Please bring a pillow and blanket, (or yoga mat or beach chair) to class.
Session 1: Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Session 2: Monday, November 18, 2019
Time: 6-8:30 pm
Registration: $30 per session
Introduction to Chair Caning
with Glen Hawes
This class is intended to introduce students to materials, tools, and techniques for restoring and re-caning old chairs and broken seats. All participants will come away with the basic knowledge to pursue more skilled caning on your own. Please bring to class: bucket, 10 clothespins, 10 golf tees, an awl, spray bottle, craft scissors, and a sponge. Caning reed may be purchased from instructor (approximately $25.)
Note: This is not a weaving class; the chair you want to restore must have holes.
Instructor: Glen Hawes
5 Thursdays, 6-8:30 pm
Begins: September 12, 2019
Introduction to Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy-NEW!-Session I
with Tanya Quarterman
Certified Hypnotherapist, and Certified NGH (National Guild of Hypnotists) Instructor Tanya Quarterman will share what hypnotism is, what it is not, the many benefits of hypnotic suggestion, and the many uses of hypnotherapy. Tanya invites counselors, therapists, healthcare professionals, social workers, guidance counselors, psychologists, life coaches and anyone interested in hypnotism for their own personal use, or as an added tool to their therapy toolbox to attend.
Session 1: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Session 2: Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Time: 6-7 pm
Registration: No charge, but please register in advance
Perfect Pie Crust
with Libby Harville
Making pie crust is becoming a lost art, but it’s not as difficult as many think. You will leave this class with a pie crust to fill at home or that can be frozen for later use. Please bring a large bowl, fork/pastry cutter, rubber scraper, rolling pin, measuring cup + spoons and pie pan. Ingredients and recipe will be provided.
Instructor: Libby Harville
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Time: 6:30-8 pm
Supply fee $2, payable to Instructor
Soups for Fall NEW!
with Kathryn Booth
Fall is a perfect time for comforting soup. Learn to make 2 favorites: lemony chicken orzo and a winter squash with gruyere croutons.
Instructor: Kathryn Booth
Monday, October 21, 2019
Time: 5:30-7:30 pm
Spa Series with Essential Oils NEW!
with Mary Alderman
Come pamper yourself or someone special and join us in this three-night hands-on class and take home some beautiful and useful spa inspired items. Night one we will make, bath salts to soften and scent your skin and scented soap, night two we will make a coordinating candle to heighten the senses and set the mood and a foaming face wash and the third and final night we will make sugar scrub to soften the rough spots on your skin such as feet, elbows, back of arms and a moisturizing lotion. All items will be made with essential oils.
Instructor: Mary Alderman
3 Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30 pm
Begins: September 24, 2019
Supply fee: $45, payable to Instructor
The 10 Critical Do’s and Don’ts if You are Over 65
with Patrice Putman
This class helps those approaching or over 65 organize an effective life plan. Critical information will be shared about the 10 legal issues that everyone needs to know. Each legal topic will be 10 minutes, just long enough to go over the very basics. The topics will include: Who will speak for you if you cannot speak for yourself? The most important document needed to protect your assets. How not to lose everything to long-term care costs. What is the 5-year look back and why does it matter? Who does and does not need a will? The pros and cons of a trust. The truth and myths of probate. Can I give my home to my child and still live there until I die? How can you make things easier for the people who are helping you? The most common question/concern from the group.
Instructor: Patrice Putman, Esq.
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: MCHS Registration: $15