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  • Enables you to create something unique that reflects your interests and spirit
  • Creates opportunities to form new friendships
  • Enables you to express thoughts and emotions that can be hard to put into words
  • Helps you shift your focus away from pain and stress to activities that are soothing and enjoyable

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Class Offerings

Floral Design & Decor Workshops

All floral workshops below have a $15 supply fee due at class.

Random Acts of Kindness
Show some love to a stranger or caregiver who needs encouragement - create a variety of small nosegay bouquets to give away!

Spring Basket
Fill a handled basket with spring florals and natural elements that welcome the new season - makes a great hostess gift.

Curb Appeal
Create a wreath or swag that dresses up your entryway - customized to reflect a message that is important to you.


Beaded Chandelier Earrings
Learn how to make beautiful chandelier earrings using chain, beads and wire. $20 supply fee (supplies/tool rental). Instructor: Caren Johannes

Crystal Chain Necklace with Pendant
Create a delicate, elegant necklace and earring set using chain, wire, crystal beads and focal piece. $35 supply fee (supplies/tool rental). Instructor: Caren Johannes

Wire Wrapped Pendant
Create your own pendant using classic wire-wrapping techniques. $35 supply fee (precious metal wire, choice of cut stone, and use of jeweler’s tools). Instructor: Caren Johannes

Journal Workshop - Reflect & Renew
The new year signals a time to remember, heal and plan for the future. Create journals with meditations, photo collages, natural elements and plenty of room to write. $15 supply fee. Instructor: Flora Cardenas

Fiber Arts

Knitting - Beginner/Refresher
Get hooked on a hobby that will comfort and inspire you. Learn to knit a simple square that will propel you into the wonderful world of yarn, needles and patterns. Instructor: Mary Anne Getchell

Sewing – Beginning
Start with the basics: filling a bobbin, threading the machine, changing a needle, selecting stitches and lengths, and machine maintenance. Learn about reading patterns, types of stitches, seams, working with different
fabrics and more. Instructor: Mary Anne Getchell

Sewing - Totes
Learn to make a lined tote bag, a “snappy” bag, and a zippered bag for your shopping and travel adventures. Instructor: Mary Anne Getchell


Wood Carving
From European chip carving to relief and carving-in-the-round, receive step-by-step instruction on using hand tools. Class focuses on individual projects with technical aid from the instructor. $8 supply fee for new students payable to instructor. Experienced students can use the class as studio time. Instructor: Joseph Sikora