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  • Moving Mom & Dad 5 Common Mistakes Children of Aging Parents Make and How to Avoid Them!: Adult

    Many baby boomers today are facing the tough decision of finding appropriate housing options for their parents. Moving mom and dad is often a challenge, especially when mom and dad are reluctant to address the issue. In this class we will discuss and give an overview of the housing market in general for those considering buying or selling a home. We also provide a guide called Moving Mom & Dad, a $24.95 value. The guide covers the five common mistakes Children of aging parents make and how to avoid them. The guide also includes the following topics: • Conversation’s starters for discussing late-life housing choices with aging parents, • Solutions for remodeling homes designed for aging-in-place, • Descriptions of common senior living options and 55+ communities, • Key questions to ask when researching assisted living and long-term care communities, • Tips and criteria for hiring key service providers, Frequently Asked Questions and much more. Access to preferred service providers and discount coupons provided to all attendees as well as a no cost home evaluation for those who want to know the value of their home and recommended suggestions to make it more salable.
  • Next Steps; Intermediate Mah Jongg: Session III: Adult

    Are you enjoying playing Mahj but feel like you could use some coaching to better your game? Are you looking for some insight on how to make better strategic choices while playing? Then this is the class for you! Please join us!
  • Next Steps; Intermediate Mah Jongg: Session IV: Adult

    Are you enjoying playing Mahj but feel like you could use some coaching to better your game? Are you looking for some insight on how to make better strategic choices while playing? Then this is the class for you! Please join us!
  • Photo Organization - Print & Digital: Adult

    Imagine all your photos organized in one place and imagine having a system so you can find any photo in literally seconds. We will talk about scanning & repairing old photos, movies, slides & negatives as well as the many options for organizing; using the cloud and owning vs renting cloud space. It's fun, it's easy and you no longer have to imagine. Your photos CAN be totally organized
  • Polymer Clay Earrings: RESCHEDULE

    Come and create your very own pair of polymer clay earrings! Any level (beginner-advanced) of artists are encouraged to join! All supplies will be provided.
  • Preparing to Downsize

    Empty nester? Lived in your home for decades? Moving to a retirement community or assisted living? Preparing to downsize well in advance is ideal because the process can be overwhelming. The focus of the class is getting your home ready to sell and the steps you need to take to begin the process of living with less. To lessen the burden of your transition, learn how to let go of the things you cannot take along, how to donate or sell your stuff, places to recycle or dispose of unwanted items, what you need to do to get your home ready to sell and the ideal timeline to seamlessly move to your new home.
  • Swing Dance Workshop: Adult

    One night. One dance. A lifetime of fun! Basic patterns plus fun spins that will take you from the sidelines onto the dance floor. Couples only, please.
  • Wedding Dance- It's Not too Late to Look Great: Adult

    In this two-hour workshop, learn fun moves and simple tips to have you feeling comfortable and looking great on that special day! With the expert guidance of 3-time Ballroom Dance champion, Monica Mohn, you’ll be dancing before you know it!
  • Women's Beginning Woodshop Fall: Adult

    Develop your woodworking skills in a supportive, learning-oriented environment. This workshop will lead beginning woodworkers through a project that will help registrants learn the basics of woodworking. Individual hands-on instruction is provided. Registrants will all make the same project. All materials for the project will be provided. Upon completion of their first project, each student will be able to choose a second project from a list provided. Beginners welcome! You do not need to take Woodworking Orientation prior to taking this class. **PLEASE NOTE: We are continually updating woodshop equipment and we are committed to safety. At the beginning of each new session of Open Woodshop and Women’s Woodworking, all participants are required to participate in a safety review process and sign the acknowledgment within the Woodshop Handbook** Helpful suggestions: Bring a pencil. Ear and eye protection provided, but you can bring your own. You might find an apron useful. Avoid loose clothing. The Community Woodshop exists for learning and community-building. Commercial production for sale or profit is not consistent with our goals and mission and is not allowed.