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NDEC; Cutting the Cord
-Getting TV and Phone Services Over the Internet. What does it mean to “Cut the Cord''? It's about canceling cable or satellite service and being able to watch television shows online, as well as options that would allow you to get rid of your landline. This class will not only show you the wide variety of options out there, but also teach you some tools to decide if cutting the cord is right for you.
When: Tuesday, March 7 Where: Telstar High School
Time: 2:00-3:00pm Tuition: Free
Basic Beginner Guitar
with Liam Childs
Join Liam Childs as he teaches the very basics of guitar for those with little to no experience. Classes will cover the anatomy of a guitar, to finger placement, chords, frets, strumming, tuning, and some basic music. Adult Ed. has very limited guitars available. Students are encouraged to have their own guitar. No worries if your guitar is dusty and out of tune! You can learn about that too. Six weeks; two week increments with one week breaks between.
Instructor: Liam Childs
When: Tuesdays Feb 7, 2023 Time: 5:30-6:30 pm
Where: Telstar High School Tuition: $150
W.H.A.T Public Access T.V Info Session
with Josh Morton
Come learn about The Bethel area’s own Public Access Television Station.Join Josh, Station manager, to learn what goes on at W.H.A.T.Bring your Ideas, Questions, and curiosity. There will be a technical overview of how the stationfunctions and where it fits in our community.
Come and Learn...
*What a PEG media station is and why they are important.
*How to Borrow and use community access video and audio equipment.
*How to Submit your Footage for editing.
*How to Submit your content for broadcast
*How to Become an active part of the television station.
Instructor: Josh Morton
When: Tuesday February 9, 2023
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Telstar High School
Tuition: No Charge but a Donation to W.H.A.T gladly accepted.
Meditation for Beginners
with Danielle Mason
Take a moment to breathe, relax, and center yourself in the meditation class for beginners. Learn the positive power that the breath can have on stress and anxiety as well as learning how to focus deeply and refresh your mind and body. Learn about different easy to meditate to find a way that works best for you!
Instructor: Danielle Mason
When: Mon, Feb 13 Time: 5:30-6:00 pm
Where: Telstar High School Tuition: $30
Crafting with Melinda; Fabric Flower Bouquet
with Melinda Remington
Create a Fabric Flower Bouquet! Using bright fabrics and other art materials, students will create a bundle of colorful and delightful posies! All materials supplied by the instructor. Two weeks.
When: Thursday Feb 16, 23 Time: 5-7pm
Where: Telstar High School Tuition; $40
Pottery; Try Out the Potter's Wheel, Session 1
with Joshua Rysted
Experience working on the potter’s wheel in this two-hour session for adults. Working on the wheel is an age-old practice of using your hands and a spinning wheel to create useful and beautiful objects out of clay. You will learn the basics of centering the clay on the wheel, opening the form, and pulling up the walls to make everything from bowls to vases. Up to three completed pieces per person.
When: Friday, February 24, 2023 Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Where: The Pottery Studio Tuition: $40.00 per person for 1 week
Zumba and More in the Chair!
with Louisa Abarno
A little cardio, a little dance, and a little toning all with a chair as your partner! Two sessions/ four weeks each consecutively.
Sess I: Tues 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2023
Where: Methodist Church Annex 79 Main St Bethel
SessII: Tues 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/2, 2023
Time: 10:00-11:00 am Tuition: $45/session
Basic Puppy Skills
with Dawn Grondin
Young puppies will be introduced to positive play and basic social skill development. Skills will include name recognition, come when called, sit, down, and stay. During the class, puppies will participate in short small group off leash play. Beginning leash walking will be practiced. The goal of this class is to model for handlers how to be the best human dog to meet their puppy’s needs and set the foundation for all other canine good citizen skills. Emphasis on the handler’s confidence and patience while training the dog and building a positive, secure relationship with your dog. Class suitable for one handler at a time. No children or handlers as spectators allowed. Instructions for the night of the class as well as iItems to bring to training will be sent as class date approaches. For puppies 12 weeks old or less. Class is 6 weeks.
Instructor: Dawn Grondin
When: Wednesdays March 1-April 5 Where: Crescent Park School, Bethel
Time: 5:30-6:15 pm Tuition: $135