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Watercolor Holly Leaves
with Shawna Lee Kwashnak
Learn simple techniques for creating beautiful winter holly paintings in luminous watercolors! Skills covered will include color mixing, charging, and glazing. The instructor will provide a list of materials needed prior to the first class.
Melt & Pour Soap Making ( Online )
with Renee McKinley
Learn how to make your own custom-scented soaps without lye or chemicals. This beginner-friendly class is good for adults and children. Students learn the soapmaking process. Those who complete this class will be able to create melt and pour soap in their own home. A supply list will be given to registered students prior to class. Students can purchase supplies directly from the instructor prior to class at $45 plus $8 shipping fee. Students will also need to bring to class basic kitchen utensils.
Why Pay More? Make Your Own Cleaning Products!
with Michelle Czarka
Learn to craft your own household cleaning products using ingredients commonly found in your kitchen and pantry. Instructor will contact students with a supply list prior to the first class.
Financial Exploitation Of Seniors: How To Identify It & Stop It ( Online )
with Steven Rubin
Recognize the signs of financial exploitation of seniors and be familiar with community resources to help prevent it. A CT Certified Elder Law Attorney takes you through being a mandatory reporter, the risks for being vulnerable to financial manipulation, and how to recognize misuse in friends' and family's lives.
Intro To The Rankin-Bass Holiday Specials ( In Person ) Litchfield
with John Witiw
TV and culture writer/blogger John Witiw will explore the history and cultural impact of creators Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass and their legendary studio’s beginnings. Also covered will be their famous specials, (Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty The Snowman) as well as the more obscure ones (The Cricket on the Hearth, The Stingiest Man in Town).
with AE Staff
ParaPro Assessment at EdAdvance Litchfield will be available.
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The History & Art Of Tea Leaf Reading ( Online )
with Bertena Varney
Join us for a history of tea leaves and how they came to be in the U.S. Learn to read tea leaves via learning common symbols and their meanings. This class is taught by an instructor with a background as a reiki master, angel therapist, spiritual coach, yoga teacher, and journaling teacher. The instructor will email students with supply list and Zoom login information prior to the first class. Students may purchase the following optional book before class begins: Tea Leaf Reading Journal by Bertena Varney (ISBN# 979-864281748). Each student should bring to this online class a cup of loose-leaf tea and learn the secrets that the cup holds for you.