For more information on Activities & Classes, please email John Tilley or call (205) 562-3230.
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The instructor works individually with each student at any skill level. Various watercolor techniques will be covered with an emphasis on color, composition and values. A variety of subject matter will be painted. Previous painting experience is not required.
These classes are designed for those with previous watercolor experience. Students will paint subjects of their own choosing
and be encouraged to develop their own style as well as exploring various watercolor techniques.
This class is for students who have always wanted to try watercolor or for those who have a busy schedule. This short session will give students an opportunity to give it a try. Various watercolor techniques will be explored. Beginning and intermediate students are welcome
Bead Weaving-Brick Stitch Class
In this class students will learn beadweaving using hex beads, modeled after the Native American "peyote" stitch.
Bead Weaving-Sonata Stitch Class
In this class students will learn to weave bugle, fire polish polish, and seed beads to make a braclet. Students MUST have the tools & supplies on the supply list for this class.
Beginning Bead Class
Learn basic use of tools and bead stringing. Use of clasps, bead wire, head pins, and other supplies will be taught. Each student will leave the class having made a pair of earrings or a bracelet. Students MUST have the tools on the supply list for this class.
Instructor: Patty Lightfoot, Professional Beading/ Bead Weaving
Guitar lessons are available for students, ages 8-15. They will learn basic playing techniques such as chords, tuning, strumming, picking and accompaniment for singing. An acoustic guitar in good playing condition is needed-no electric ones, please. This class is designed for students with no guitar playing experience or for those wanting to improve their playing skills. There are 6 lessons in each session.
These classes will allow your puppy to build confidence and learn canine social etiquitte. They will be exposed to all kinds of people, situations and other dogs at an early age and are taught good behavior. Instructions will focus on puppies responding to his/her name, sit, down, polite greeting and bite inhibition. Puppy must be between 2.5-4.5 months old.
Need to get that unruly pooch under control? We can help! Dogs must be at least 4 months old and have had all of their vaccinations. Those with a history of biting or vicious behavior are discouraged from registering for the course.
Clean out your closets and take advantage of the convenience of our indoor gym to sell your unwanted stuff.
Booths sell out, so please register early.
Shoppers, come for great bargain hunting, rain or shine!
It's like an indoor flea market, with free admission to shoppers.
Date: April 9
Location: Belk Center
Booth Rental: $20 before April 6
Bring your roller blades or skates and "Rock N Roll" on wheels to your favorite tunes. Prizes, games and a D.J. are always part of the fun. Fee includes 1 slice of pizza, drink and one snack. Other concessions are extra.
Beginning to advanced classes taught by National Twirling Association Accredited Instructor, Coach & Judge, Cathy Earnest. Prices range from $68-$78 per session. Reduced pricing for multiple classes during the same session or more than one child in a family.
Classes available for indivuals or majorette lines.
For additional information and to order batons contact Cathy Earnest at (205) 310-2360.