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  • *NEW Beginning Harmonica

    This class will start with chords and the train rhythm and proceeds to single note playing and melodies. Finally, we will cover note-bending and other tricks. Bring a diatonic harmonica in the key of C to each class. C harmonicas are available at local music stores and cost approximately $30-$50.
  • *NEW Illuminated Letters (Ages 12 and up)

    Enjoy drawing, painting and gilding your own illuminated capital letter. Learn how to draw a capital letter based on historical examples and then decorate it using either 24K gold leaf or imitation metals and paint or pencil crayons. We will learn how the medievalists used traditional tools as well as the modern twists and shortcuts. The workshop includes learning a technique of flat gilding. The designs are based on those produced by medieval scribes and make lovely cards and gifts. You will be taken through the processes step by step. Fee includes materials, extra supplies will be available to purchase at the class. Please bring a sack lunch, beverage, notebook, file folder and reading glasses (if needed).
  • *NEW Learn to Paint Birds and Fish in Watercolor (Ages 12 and up)

    In this welcoming watercolor painting class, you will focus on building skills by learning to paint different fish and birds. Each week will have a different lesson so you learn skills systematically to help you explore different styles, methods of painting, and most importantly, help you explore your creativity in a nurturing and encouraging environment. There will be a homework component to practice the skills learned. Fee includes supplies. Returning students should bring their palettes for refilling. Bring a notebook, file folder and reading glasses (if needed).
  • HeartSprings Tremble Clef Choir

    This specialized choir is for individuals living with neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke or brain injuries. The choir is led by Michelle Gelinske, a N.D. certified vocal teacher and 2017 YWCA Woman of the Year in Health and Wellness, who has developed and worked with the choir for the past seven years. Choir members are strengthening their voices, increasing their vocal range, improving their swallowing, and just having a lot of fun! Prairie Public Radio did a “Main Street” interview with Michelle and the choir that aired October 20, 2017. Come and join us for this beginning six-week class; lunch included.