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Programs & Classes

Yoga Nidra will be cancelled until March.

  •  Our Flower Arranging class will meet on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 10:30am in the Multipurpose Room. The cost for this class is $10.00 and is paid at sign up. Please bring ribbon scissors as well as flower stem scissors. We will be using a combination of fresh and artificial materials as well as using hot glue. Call 392-8400 to sign up NOW!!
  • Our Bob Ross Style Painting Class will meet on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 from 10:00am – 2:00pm in Room 303 with instructor Jay Holdway. The cost is $50.00 paid to instructor the day of class and this covers all your materials. Please bring your lunch. You may sign up by calling 392-8400.

Flower Arranging Class

  • The “Melting Pot” cooking class will be held on Monday, February 26, 2018 at 11:30am. In this class you will learn how to make a variety of foods from different areas of the world such as; Chinese, Hispanic, Italian, French, Japanese, German, and even good ole Southern cooking. Each Monday you will learn a different style of cooking. You will also be given recipes to take home in class. This class will be $3.00 due at sign up and you will need to bring $2.00 the day of class. Sign up for this class began on January 29.
  • Like to cook? Come join us for Cooking with Tracy on Monday, March 5, 2017 at 11:00am-1:00pm in the Lounge. This class will be limited to 10 people ONLY!!! The fee is $5 paid at sign up.
  • Michael Farrar will also be teaching a Beginner Water Color Class (6 weeks) on Thursday, January 11- March 15 from 1:00pm until 3:00pm in Room 303. The class is FREE and sign up begun on December 11. Examples will be in the Display cases to view. Sign up now and pick up a supply list!
  • For well over a hundred years modern art and abstracts have been promoting people to ask three questions. Why do one? Can anyone do one? How would I go about beginning one? After years of teaching I can say you should why do one. They are harder than they look, yes anyone can paint one, and I have tips and techniques to make the transition from realistic to the abstract. Using colors, shapes, focal points, and more of the elements and principles of design will make it easier for everyone. So if you want to challenge yourself and open up new doors of creativity, I say yes, take this class. It’s fun and you’ll learn a lot. Come Sign up for our new Abstract Painting Course (6 weeks) that will be on Thursday, January 11- March 15 from 3:00pm until 5:00pm in Room 303. The class will be taught my Michael Farrar.
  • The Center will be offering a “Preserving Memories” class on Monday’s, March 5, 12, 19, 26, 2018 from 10:00am – 12:00pm in Room 230. In this class you will “preserve memories” by sewing. You will make items such as pillows, wall hangings, lap quilts, framed pieces, stuffed bears, etc. out of articles of clothing from a loved one. Example, you could make a pillow out of a button up shirt that your husband use to wear. * Please bring your sewing machine if you have one along with other supplies on the supply list. Angela Harris will instruct this class. This class is FREE; however, this class is limited to only 12 participants. Sign up begins on February 1, 2018. Call 392-8400 or stop by the office to sign up.

Lynn View Programs & Classes

  • A Chocolate 101 program will be held at Lynn view on Monday, February 12 at 12:30pm. Program facilitated by Reeda Tate – founder of Good Food Grocery located inside Mac’s Medicine Mart. Come and get a sample of chocolate and get educated about what you’re eating! Call Lynn view, 765-9047 and sign up by February 7.
  • A Basic Electrical Repair program will be held at Lynn View on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 12:30pm. Join us as Doug Clark walks you through simple electrical repairs even you can do! Call Lynn View and sign up by February 16.

    Cooking with Chef Joe will be held at Lynn View on February 19 at 12:30pm. Chef Joseph McCray will facilitate the program. Copies of the recipe will be given along with a demonstration of the recipe and you will be able to try the food, so come hungry! This class will give you tips on cooking techniques for 1 person or 2 and will give ideas to keep you out of a food rut. This month Chef is preparing Pinto Beans with Ham Hocks and Joe’s cornbread. Please call Lynn View at 765-9047, sign up starts February 1, class is limited to 10 participants.

  • Sarah Faulk, Home Care Consultant for Home Instead Senior Care, will be sharing information on Parkinson’s Disease from a family caregiver’s perspective. The presentation will cover ways to recognize the signs and symptoms associated with the disease, and strategies one can use for managing a loved one’s symptoms. An interactive quiz will be given, dispelling common myths surrounding the disease. This program will be held at Lynn view on Wednesday, February 21 at 12:30pm. Please call 765-9047 and sign up by February 14
  • Cooking with Chef Joe will be held at Lynn View on January 22 at 12:30pm. Chef Joseph McCray will facilitate the program. Copies of the recipe will be given along with a demonstration of the recipe and you will be able to try the food, so come hungry! This class will give you tips on cooking techniques for 1 person or 2 and will give ideas to keep you out of a food rut. This month Chef is preparing Pinto Beans with Ham Hocks and Joe’s cornbread. Please call Lynn View at 765-9047, sign up starts January 2, class is limited to 10 participants.
  • A Card Making Workshop will be held at Lynn View in the lounge on Monday, February 26 from 11:00am – 1:00pm. Cost is $10.00 paid to instructor Lisa Pecorini. In the workshop you will make 4 cards. All supplies will be provided. Call Lynn View and sign up by February 19. Class is limited to 8 participants.

    The Ready’s – Emergency Preparedness program will be at Lynn view on Monday, February 26 at 12:30pm. Program will be presented by Mark Moody, MS, VHS-V, CHEP, CHSP – Emergency Response Coordinator, Director, Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response with Sullivan County Health Department and Melissa Taylor, RN, BSN, CHEP, Nurse Consultant, Division on Emergency Preparedness- NETN Regional Health Office. Learn about emergencies you should prepare for, make a plan, build a kit, and discover resources in your community. Please sign up by February 22.

  • Personal Training with Chris Hicks available by the hour or as a package. Call to schedule (423) 723-9967.

2018 Class Sessions

Session I

Week of January 8-Week of March 26

Session II

Week of April 9-Week of June 25

Session III

August 27- Week of November 12

Which Classes are Reoccurring Classes?

  1. Bob Ross Style Painting
  2.  The Melting Pot
  3. Cooking with Chef Joe
  4. Cooking with Tracy (Cancelled until January)
  5. Flower Arranging Class
  6. Grief Share
  7. Between the Covers Book Club

Watercolor Class

Seminar

Woodshop

WaterColor Class

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