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The Craft and Business of Songwriting (New) - *New Location Torrington*
with Mario Zecca
*Location of class has changed to Torrington HS* A presentation of all the elements of effective song writing. Information and tips on promoting your songs.
The sessions will include detailed constructive feedback on songs presented by attendees, collaborative writing and more. *no class 4/13
Gmail Made Easy - Litchfield
with David Samson
For both introductory and intermediate levels of Gmail users. All efforts will be made to accommodate individual skills of those enrolled. Use Gmail with confidence and ease. Learn about email, contact lists, file management. D. Samson
Apr 7 & 9 Tues/Thurs
Book Appraising - Southbury
with Bob Seymour
The Colebrook Book Barn will do free appraisals to determine the approximate value of the participants’ books. Students will find out what aspects make print more valuable. Bob Seymour is an experienced appraiser. Students must pay to register for this course, but the appraisals are free. There is a 12-book maximum.
Cooking From Scratch Cakes (New) - R7 Winsted
with Margo Wickham
Learn how to make cake from scratch or from a mix for more than one type of cake. Demonstration, bake and eat. There is a $15 material fee payable to the instructor on night of class.
Resistances Band Exercise for Beginners - Litchfield
with William Fahy
This course will show participants the benefits of chair exercises for all ages and activity types. You will get a routine with simple exercises to ease into harder exercise with more resistance for a well-balanced program sitting or standing. Participants should wear loose fitting clothing. Bands will be provided for in class use.
Auras, Layer by Layer - Plymouth
with Margaret Goerg
Explore the many layers of the human aura. Physical, astral and spiritual levels will be defined and explored. Class includes lectures, hands on exercises and meditation. Discover your innate abilities to feel and see the aura.
Cell Phone Photography - Litchfield
with Harold Pantely
Use a cell phone as a camera. Basic photo techniques are taught and adapted to cell phone regardless of make. Discussion on composition, focus, angle, time of day and scenic techniques, and unique cell phone features.
Cellphone Photography (NEW) - Watertown
with Tim Padgett
Get more out of your cellphone camera by taking control and stopping your use of automatic settings. Learn how to create great compositions of any subject. Topics you will learn are use and understand your camera, compose and create photographs for online use and in print, and understand how to get the best out of your cellphone camera.
*no class 4/14