Immigration: Where Are We Now?
Aug
24
6:00pm 6:00pm

Immigration: Where Are We Now?

The United States government is currently taking a “hard line” approach to immigration. From the travel ban, to “extreme vetting,” to increased use of detention the current policies have a profound effect on how America’s immigration laws are enforced. At the same time, however, rulings from a number of Federal courts have demonstrated that the government’s power over immigration policy is not unlimited.  Martin W. Lester, a Chattanooga immigration attorney, will review how the current policies have affected the immigration system, both through the impact on the system itself and the families and individuals involved, and what may be in store for the future.

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Make the Old New Again: Upcycling Jewelry
Aug
29
6:00pm 6:00pm

Make the Old New Again: Upcycling Jewelry

  • The Chattery at Chattanooga WorkSpace (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you have a favorite necklace or bracelet that has fallen apart? What if you could turn your favorite piece of jewelry into something new?

In this class, we'll be taking old, broken and mismatched jewelry and recycling it into new, unique one-of-a-kind jewelry. All supplies included, but bring any pieces from your favorite jewelry to transform into something new! 

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The Art of Authentic Presence
Aug
31
5:30pm 5:30pm

The Art of Authentic Presence

Authentic presence means being in touch with your true self: heart, mind, body and soul. When you are truly in touch with your Authentic Self you open the door to the rich and wonderful relationships that can occur between human beings, whether at work, place, or in love. Speaking and listening from your Authentic Self is to be fully present, with yourself and your listeners, allowing you "selves" to shine through.

In this class, you will be introduced to a new way of being that allows for deeper and more powerful connections in all of your relationships through a series of experiential exercises. Come and discover your Authentic Self. 

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Understanding Behaviors: It's Not Your Personality - SOLD OUT
Sep
7
5:30pm 5:30pm

Understanding Behaviors: It's Not Your Personality - SOLD OUT

Due to popular demand, we're repeating this class! Sign up before tickets are gone.

In this class, we are going to explore behaviors: how we act, how others see us, and the impact they have on our professional and personal lives. You'll learn how to spot a behavioral style, how to communicate effectively with other styles to achieve your goals, and where you can get the best tools to assess yourself and others. Used properly, the knowledge gained from using assessments can help your organization or personal life in many ways: reducing and managing conflict, building successful teams, employee development, performance management, personal and professional growth for your employees, role/position and employee alignment, and so much more. The results for your business include improved morale, increased efficiency, better employee engagement, reduced turnover, lower stress levels, and ultimately greater return on your investment.

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Excel at Excel: Intermediate Excel Training
Sep
11
11:30am11:30am

Excel at Excel: Intermediate Excel Training

Excel workbook? More like funbook!

Join us for a lunchtime lesson of fun and take your Excel skills to the next level. Boost your productivity and make a statement in your workplace. Attend this session to learn about formatting spreadsheets, PivotTables, Vlookups and other advanced features of Microsoft Excel. Attendees should have a basic Excel knowledge and the ability to execute simple formulas prior to attending the class. 

Space is extremely limited. Computers on-site for your use. 

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Venting & Gratitude: Journaling 101
Sep
13
6:00pm 6:00pm

Venting & Gratitude: Journaling 101

  • The Chattery at Chattanooga WorkSpace (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you want to journal but think your thoughts aren't profound enough? Do you already journal and worry that it's a book of negativity and if someone found it they'd think you're a horrible and miserable person? Yes, we have this healthy outlet and yet have unhealthy thoughts about it.

In this class, we'll talk about the relief of journaling, and that you can actually have fun! We'll do writing exercises in the class, exploring methods to find the one that feels both easy and powerful for you. Please bring tools to write: paper, journal, computer, or journal app. Pens and pencils will be provided.

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Credit Card Travel Hacking for Beginners
Sep
14
5:30pm 5:30pm

Credit Card Travel Hacking for Beginners

Do you want to fly first-class to the Maldives for a once-in-a-lifetime beach vacation but don't have $30,000 to spend? Do you want to take your family to visit Rocky Mountain or Glacier National Park, but airfare and lodging for your whole family for a week (or two) seem out-of-reach? Do you want the banks to pay you, for a change, instead of you paying the banks?

Attend this class to learn the basics of how to use credit card rewards to travel anywhere you want to go for free, or almost-free. Or even if you have no interest in travel whatsoever, come to learn how to earn thousands of extra dollars in cashback, just by applying for the right credit cards. Don't get overly excited and apply for any new credit cards before you attend this class.

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Excel at Excel: Intermediate Excel Training
Sep
18
5:30pm 5:30pm

Excel at Excel: Intermediate Excel Training

Excel workbook? More like funbook!

Join us for an evening of fun and take your Excel skills to the next level. Boost your productivity and make a statement in your workplace. Attend this session to learn about formatting spreadsheets, PivotTables, Vlookups and other advanced features of Microsoft Excel. Attendees should have a basic Excel knowledge and the ability to execute simple formulas prior to attending the class. 

Space is limited. Please bring your own computer - no computers provided.

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Haircare for Curly Hair
Sep
26
6:00pm 6:00pm

Haircare for Curly Hair

  • The Chattery at Chattanooga WorkSpace (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This class is perfect for anyone who has a curl in their hair. Learn all about foundational haircare for all curlies with curls, coils, kinks, and waves. Learn the whys and hows of choosing products so you can choose the right products for you! You'll walk out with the knowledge you need to make your curly hair perfect.

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Watercolor Sketching: A Half-Day Workshop
Sep
30
9:00am 9:00am

Watercolor Sketching: A Half-Day Workshop

This half-day workshop will cover all basic concepts of sketching, gesture drawing, pen and ink, and watercolor. The class would provide students the foundation needed to establish a daily sketching practice. The class will head outside to work on how to capture buildings and people, then students will build a loose sketch, add ink and then finish with watercolor. 

All students will be supplied with a watercolor travel set, water brush pen, fine line Sharpie and a small watercolor sketchbook to keep. Snacks are provided, and participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch. 

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Understanding Behaviors: It's Not Your Personality
Oct
10
5:30pm 5:30pm

Understanding Behaviors: It's Not Your Personality

Due to popular demand, we're repeating this class! Sign up before tickets are gone.

In this class, we are going to explore behaviors: how we act, how others see us, and the impact they have on our professional and personal lives. You'll learn how to spot a behavioral style, how to communicate effectively with other styles to achieve your goals, and where you can get the best tools to assess yourself and others. Used properly, the knowledge gained from using assessments can help your organization or personal life in many ways: reducing and managing conflict, building successful teams, employee development, performance management, personal and professional growth for your employees, role/position and employee alignment, and so much more. The results for your business include improved morale, increased efficiency, better employee engagement, reduced turnover, lower stress levels, and ultimately greater return on your investment.

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Speed Learning: Startup Week Edition
Oct
17
6:00pm 6:00pm

Speed Learning: Startup Week Edition

There are a lot of steps to starting a business. If you’re in the beginning stages, or looking to expand, don’t miss The Chattery’s special Startup Week Edition of Speed Learning! We’ll take you through all the steps to starting a business by having experts on hand to talk about creating a business plan, marketing, public relations, legal requirements, and more.

Best of all, we’ll also have drinks. Interested? Sign up for free below!

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Beginner's Astrology
Aug
22
6:00pm 6:00pm

Beginner's Astrology

Astrology is the study of the relationship between the relative positions of certain celestial bodies and life here on earth. Because the word astrology comes from the Greek words astron, meaning ‘star' and logos, meaning ‘word', we can literally translate astrology to mean the language of the stars. A language and practice that has developed over thousands of years by numerous cultures around the world since its earliest recorded beginnings in the third millennium BC. There are numerous elements, calculations and interpretations that need to be made in order to be able to figure out different things in someone's life.

In this course, we will explore astrology, and how it can impact your daily life. We'll discuss some basic terminology, symbols, the twelve signs of the zodiac, the planets, and elements. 

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Fermdamentals Book Release Party
Aug
17
6:00pm 6:00pm

Fermdamentals Book Release Party

Danielle Shelton began experimenting with fermentation for several years and blogs about it at Fermdamentals.com. In 2013, she began teaching fermentation and brewing classes in the Chattanooga and Augusta areas, and has been a Chattery instructor since the beginning. Ever since she began teaching, students have been asking for a fermentation “cookbook.” Your requests, dear students, have been answered! Join us for the book release of the Fermdamentals Guide to Fermentation. We’ll be serving wine and some of Danielle’s favorite fermented treats. The author will be on hand to answer fermentation questions.

This is also a goodbye party as Danielle is moving away! Come and say goodbye to her and celebrate.

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It's Not You... It's Your Website
Aug
16
12:00pm12:00pm

It's Not You... It's Your Website

Not seeing the results you hoped for online? It might be time for a website audit.

To contribute to your bottom line, your company’s website needs to combine technical best practices, intentional conversion opportunities, informative content, and user-friendly design. 

At this brown bag lunch session, you’ll learn the whys and hows of a website audit and walk away with free online tools to use as soon as you’re back at your desk. We’ll dive into a technical, design, and content review to get you started and show you how to continue to track your progress as you begin to make website improvements.

Admission is free, but space is limited. Hurry and grab your seat.

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Voting 101
Aug
10
6:00pm 6:00pm

Voting 101

  • The Fourth Floor at the Downtown Public Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Voter registration and voter turnout are hot topics every election cycle, but have you ever wondered how you can contribute to improving voter engagement? This workshop will look beyond the politically charged rhetoric and examine voter behavior. Dr. Amanda Wintersieck will present research-based information on voting and voter registration, as well as give strategies for increasing voter turnout in Chattanooga and Tennessee. Following Dr. Wintersieck's discussion, the voter registration team of the local League of Women Voters chapter will lead a training session on voter registration and give you the opportunity to sign up to help register voters locally. 

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Understanding Behaviors: It's Not Your Personality
Aug
8
5:30pm 5:30pm

Understanding Behaviors: It's Not Your Personality

In this class, we are going to explore behaviors: how we act, how others see us, and the impact they have on our professional and personal lives. You'll learn how to spot a behavioral style, how to communicate effectively with other styles to achieve your goals, and where you can get the best tools to assess yourself and others. Used properly, the knowledge gained from using assessments can help your organization or personal life in many ways: reducing and managing conflict, building successful teams, employee development, performance management, personal and professional growth for your employees, role/position and employee alignment, and so much more. The results for your business include improved morale, increased efficiency, better employee engagement, reduced turnover, lower stress levels, and ultimately greater return on your investment.

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Sound and Structure: Introduction to Phonology for Poets and Songwriters
Aug
3
6:00pm 6:00pm

Sound and Structure: Introduction to Phonology for Poets and Songwriters

In this class, we will cover the basics of phonology--the study of sound structure--and will explore some tools for the writer to observe and think proactively about her own personal sound. Participants are encouraged to bring a few lines to a paragraph of their own or another influential writer's work to observe it's structure. We will also be writing new material in the workshop. 

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Create Your Own Terrarium
Aug
1
6:00pm 6:00pm

Create Your Own Terrarium

Using different living plants, we will create terrariums with a variety of materials. We will have the option of creating a desert habitat, with the use of succulents, and will also have the option of creating a more tropical habitat with the use of moss and other water loving plants. We will talk about the different types of terrariums, why it works to create a mini-ecosystem, and will explore different aesthetic choices you can make when arranging a terrarium. 

The class will include all materials necessary to create a terrarium, including the glass container. If you have your own glass container you would like to bring, that's ok as well.

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Adulting Summer Camp: Cocktails First, Questions Later Happy Hour
Jul
28
5:30pm 5:30pm

Adulting Summer Camp: Cocktails First, Questions Later Happy Hour

We’re closing out Adult Summer Camp in style. Come hang and socialize with us at The Daily Ration for a grown up happy hour. Our friends at The Daily Ration will feature a special happy hour showcasing cocktails most adults should know how to make (like a proper martini or a perfectly-portioned margarita).

Everyone will take home a recipe guide to recreate the recipes at home from our co-founder, Shawanda of Eat.Drink.Frolic.

Admission is free, and a cash bar will get you what you want!

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Adulting Summer Camp: Cash Rules Everything Around Me (Ice CREAM Social)
Jul
27
5:30pm 5:30pm

Adulting Summer Camp: Cash Rules Everything Around Me (Ice CREAM Social)

Work load got you down? Or maybe you’re tired of the “follow your passion” rhetoric. Whatever your career woes, we can help. We’ve gathered a panel of experts in a variety of fields to help navigate some of our biggest adult career concerns. From getting noticed in a stack of resumes to negotiating a salary - we’ve got you covered.

Panelists include Jamie Nabers, HR consultant and founder of HR Designs, Amanda Jelks, business attorney and owner of Jelks Law, and Stefanie Crowe.

Oh and did we mention we’ll have ice cream? You can’t be mad while eating ice cream - that’s a fact. We might even sprinkle in a little something extra.

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Adulting Summer Camp: Let's Talk About Stress, Baby
Jul
26
5:30pm 5:30pm

Adulting Summer Camp: Let's Talk About Stress, Baby

Adulting is stressful sometimes, right? Whether it’s work stress or relationship drama, you can learn how to better respond to these situations at our stress relieving luau!

In this class, you’ll learn a number of techniques that you can implement at home or in the workplace. We’ll end the session with a stress reliever in the form of meditation, which can help decrease anxiety.

Let’s relax, get lei’d and live our best (stress-free) lives.

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Adulting Summer Camp: Cook It, Cook It Real Good
Jul
25
5:30pm 5:30pm

Adulting Summer Camp: Cook It, Cook It Real Good

Adulting in the kitchen isn’t just organizing takeout menus (even though that’s impressive). It’s knowing the basics of cooking like boiling an egg, chopping an onion (yes, there’s a correct way) and most importantly, how to read a recipe.

In this demo style class, our cooking instructor will show you everything you need to know to survive in the kitchen - and then some.

And because we’re adults, BYOW (that’s wine, folks).

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Adulting Summer Camp: S’More Money, S’More Problems
Jul
24
5:30pm 5:30pm

Adulting Summer Camp: S’More Money, S’More Problems

Telling scary stories around the campfire while roasting marshmallows is a summer camp tradition. Join us as we continue that tradition with a campfire-themed chat all about MONEY. Don’t be afraid though - we’re not telling scary money stories. Instead, we’re trading the ghost stories for money lessons every adult should know. You’ll learn from experts on how keep your money and even better, how to grow it. We’ll even dive into retirement and estate planning.

Other campfire topics:

  • Building credit

  • Deciding on big ticket items (like cars and houses)

  • When to hire a financial planner

Let’s gather around the fire (don’t worry, it’s not a real fire) and have an adult conversation about finances. Campfire-themed snacks will be served, obviously.

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Make Your Own Lipgloss
Jul
18
5:30pm 5:30pm

Make Your Own Lipgloss

Your signature lip gloss should be the perfect lip gloss to put on in a hurry but also make you look good. This class will teach you about color analysis and what colors look best on you, and you will make a lip gloss that is exclusively yours. Each participant will walk away with their very own lip gloss matched to their skin tone. Creativity is welcome, and a name for your lip gloss is encouraged. Best part? Elea Blake will write down the formula so you’ll always have it within your reach.

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Choosing the Right Color for Your Home: An Interior Design Workshop
Jul
13
6:00pm 6:00pm

Choosing the Right Color for Your Home: An Interior Design Workshop

What's your process for selecting a paint color for your home?

In this class, we will go beyond "well, that's a pretty color". We will talk about lighting both artificial and natural; how it affects a room. We'll also discuss what color environment you and your family needs. Do you need energy, do you need calm, do you have a family member that is sensory sensitive?

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The History of Hip-Hop Part 2
Jun
29
6:00pm 6:00pm

The History of Hip-Hop Part 2

History of Hip-Hop
June 27 and 29
6pm - 9pm
$15 for one class; $25 for both!

Learn all about the history of Hip-Hop culture beginning with its earliest influences, the creators, and cultivators of the Hip-Hop art forms. This class takes a chronological journey from the early 70s to present day through the eyes of the hip-hop community. This information was compiled by C-Grimey in 2017 to give the community a real understanding of the origins of hip-hop and its importance to America.

Drinks and food will be served!

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The History of Hip-Hop Part 1
Jun
27
6:00pm 6:00pm

The History of Hip-Hop Part 1

History of Hip-Hop
June 27 and 29
6pm - 9pm
$15 for one class; $25 for both!

Learn all about the history of Hip-Hop culture beginning with its earliest influences, the creators, and cultivators of the Hip-Hop art forms. This class takes a chronological journey from the early 70s to present day through the eyes of the hip-hop community. This information was compiled by C-Grimey in 2017 to give the community a real understanding of the origins of hip-hop and its importance to America.

Drinks and food will be served!

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Farm to Table: Creating a Delicious Meal from the Farmer's Market
Jun
20
6:00pm 6:00pm

Farm to Table: Creating a Delicious Meal from the Farmer's Market

It's farmer's market season which means it's time for fresh, local veggies! During this demo class, we'll discuss what's in season, preservation methods, and cooking techniques of many summer vegetables and herbs. You'll leave with a recipe pack with some of our favorite things to eat in the summertime and we'll make a weeknight meal together. Come hungry, there will be plenty to sample!

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Wines from the Wild: Making Flower and Fruit Wines
Jun
15
6:00pm 6:00pm

Wines from the Wild: Making Flower and Fruit Wines

Summertime means fragrant flowers & fresh berries, and flowers & berries mean wine! Join Fermdamental's Danielle Shelton as she demonstrates how to make wine with wild flowers and berries. The participants will learn the fundamentals of making wild wines and will leave with a few recipes they can try at home. All participants must be 21 or older, as sampling homemade wines will be part of the fun! This is a demonstration-style class.

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Introduction to Pipe Smoking
Jun
6
6:00pm 6:00pm

Introduction to Pipe Smoking

Smoking a pipe can be one of the most relaxing hobbies, but it can also intimidating and frustrating if you've never tried it before. This class will offer a chance for those new to the hobby to learn the basics of pipe smoking—how to properly pack a pipe, light and taste the tobacco—as well as an overview of the wide variety of pipe tobacco and pipes available. Tobacco comes in a variety of flavors and strengths, so it's good to start slow under the guise of a veteran enthusiast. Each guest will receive a Missouri Meerschaum corn cob pipe, accessories, tobacco samples and the knowledge to continue exploring the endless world of pipe smoking for years to come.

Please note: this class will be held in the Davidoff Lounge Boardroom at Burns Tobacconist. 

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Self-Driving Cars and the Future of Chattanooga
May
31
6:00pm 6:00pm

Self-Driving Cars and the Future of Chattanooga

This class exists to discuss the current state of autonomous technology, and think through what autonomous vehicles and mobility as a service will have on our society at large. As involved and passionate citizens, how can we take control of these global developments to continue to make Chattanooga one of the best places in the world to live, do business, and visit? 

As a community, decisions are made every day by our civic leaders, business leaders, and individual consumers which will change what the very structure of Chattanooga looks like. Understanding the possibilities of AV and having those decisions and timelines informed by knowledge of the coming technological disruption will help keep Chattanooga the Best Town Ever!

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Laughter Yoga
May
25
6:00pm 6:00pm

Laughter Yoga

Laughter yoga (Hasyayoga) is a practice involving prolonged voluntary laughter that can be achieved by all ages and fitness level. Laughter yoga is based on the belief that voluntary laughter provides the same physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. Exercises are done in groups, with eye contact, jokes and playfulness between participants. There are four primary focuses in laughter yoga: breathing, childlike movement, clapping, and laughter. 

This form of yoga does have physical benefits as well as psychological benefits. Thirty minutes of sustained laughter equals ten solid minutes of core work. A handful of small-scale scientific studies have indicated that Laughter Yoga may potentially have some medically beneficial effects, including benefits to cardiovascular health and mood. Benefits to mood in depressed patients have been found to be as good as exercise therapy. A study by Oxford University found that pain thresholds become "significantly higher" after laughter, compared to the control condition, and saw this as being due to laughter itself, rather than the mood of the subject. The study suggested that Laughter produced an "endorphin-mediated opiate effect" which could "play a crucial role in social bonding".

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Water Safety 101 - Canceled
May
24
6:00pm 6:00pm

Water Safety 101 - Canceled

The flowers are blooming and the weather doesn't seem like it's ever going to be winter here in Chattanooga. That means it won't be long until people are getting back into the pools, lakes, and rivers to swim and play.

Are you and your kids ready for this?

Now is the perfect time to learn or brush up on your CPR and first aid skills.

This class is a quick and easy brush-up on pool safety and will include tips and tricks and some CPR and first aid practice skills. Come prepared to work. This is not a sit-down-the-whole-time class. Bring your kids!

*This is NOT a certification class. 

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Dog Training: Manners and Leash Walking
May
23
6:00pm 6:00pm

Dog Training: Manners and Leash Walking

Does your dog jump up on your guests? Does he pull on leash or stop to sniff every five feet? Is she afraid of or aggressive toward other dogs and humans on the trail? If your experiencing behavior issues with your dog or are simply interested in learning more about dog behavior this class is for you. Behavior specialist and trainer, Nicole McDermid, will discuss what motivates our canine friends and how you can dramatically change your own dog’s behavior by making small modifications at home and on the trail. Specifically, you will learn to improve both everyday manners (barking, growling, hyperactivity, etc.) and your complete leash walking experience. Your behavior issue not covered by these topics? Time will be set aside toward the end of class for your individual questions. And for you visual learners out there, Roxy will be our demonstration dog for the evening!

Unfortunately, no other dogs will be permitted at this particular class, but look for future dog-friendly training classes!

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Wedding Planning 101
May
17
6:00pm 6:00pm

Wedding Planning 101

Weddings can be stressful, but having a well-planned one makes all the difference. If you're planning a walk down the aisle, join us for an insider's guide to all things you need to know to plan a wedding, including tips to stay organized, and ways to stay on a budget. You'll walk away armed with planning materials including spreadsheets and other documents to make sure you're ready.

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Jewelry Making for Mother's Day - Canceled
May
11
5:30pm 5:30pm

Jewelry Making for Mother's Day - Canceled

Attention sons and daughters: Mother's Day is coming up quick! Do you have something in mind for your wonderful mom? 

In this class, you will learn how to make paper beads, string together a necklace and attach a clasp at the back. All supplies included in the price of the class. Buy a ticket for you and your mother (or father!) and we'll give you a memory and matching necklaces. 

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Introduction to Brush Lettering - SOLD OUT
May
9
6:00pm 6:00pm

Introduction to Brush Lettering - SOLD OUT

Do you love the look of calligraphy but aren't sure you want to make the investment in time and tools to perfecting the craft? Brush lettering is an emerging art form that uses simple, inexpensive tools to achieve beautiful lettering effects. Our class will cover the basics of form, as well as delve into some special effects that can be achieved with just markers. Each student will leave with a dual tip brush marker and a sketchpad, as well as resources for practicing and improving the craft.

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Introduction to Kombucha & More
May
4
6:00pm 6:00pm

Introduction to Kombucha & More

Learn all about the world of kombucha and fermented soft drinks! Kombucha is a fermented black or green tea that has restorative properties.You will also learn to make fermented soft drinks with whey (such as a delicious fermented lemonade) and ginger bug. In this class you will learn the history and science of kombucha and fermented soft drinks. You will also learn how to make these delightful, delicious, and nutritious fermented drinks at home, as well as how to flavor and carbonate your brews.

Participants will walk away with a kombucha SCOBY, a jar of kombucha that they will finish fermenting at home, and a handout with a few basic recipes.

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Breaking into Acting
May
3
6:00pm 6:00pm

Breaking into Acting

Have you ever wanted to break into acting, but didn’t know what to do?

This class, based on the teacher's own experiences and those of other actors, will give you secrets, tips, and tricks to get into movies and television as background talent and move on up from there.

It includes information on:

  • Headshots
  • Demo reel
  • Auditions
  • Casting calls
  • And more...
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Eating Nutritionally with the Seasons: Spring - Cancelled
Apr
26
6:00pm 6:00pm

Eating Nutritionally with the Seasons: Spring - Cancelled

Seasonal eating is a whole-foods approach to purchasing, preparing and eating delicious fresh foods that are naturally in season and available at the time of year they are harvested. Nutrient density and flavor are highest when plants are in season! Join Certified Nutrition Specialist Victoria Behm to learn about the energetics of seasonal eating through the lens of Traditional Chinese Medicine and explore the season's bounty with fresh and locally-sourced produce.

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