Personal Enrichment

Decorating & Design

Code: S18-820
Price: $65.00

Instructor: Kathy Lamb
Day/Time: Tuesday, 10:00AM - 12 NOON
Start Date: JUNE 27, 2017
Fees: $65
Number of Class Meetings: 3 sessions

Course Description:

Come and enjoy a class that will teach you how to give your home a professionally decorated look, for a minimal cost. You will learn the Scientific techniques to enhance the beauty of each room. In this class, we will cover function, color, balance, fabric and focal points. Please bring a notebook, pen, pictures of the room you plan to decorate. All other materials will be supplied.

NEW! Medicare: Managing Health Care Expenses in Retirement

Code: S18-654
Price: $25.00

Instructor: S. Eric Ascendorf, M.A. Economics, Executive Vice President of Wealth Management, RIS - Retirement Income Specialist
Day/Time: MONDAY, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Start Date: JULY 17, 2017
Fees: 25.00
Number of Class Meetings: 1 Session

Course Description:

This workshop will provide helpful information for navigating Medicare and managing your health expenses. It is purely educational. No specific insurance or investment products will be discussed. How does Medicare work with private insurance to provide comprehensive care? Medicare B and D or Medicare Advantage? Most people pay too much for private insurance. Learn how to avoid extra costs. Medicare and long-term care, what does it cover? You need to know the answers to these questions because Medicare is not an option (penalties are imposed for failure to comply). Medicare is an integral, complicated, costly, and necessary part of this stage of your life. Be informed.

NEW! Retirement Income? How To Turn What You Have Accumulated Into A Lifetime Income

Code: S18-655
Price: $25.00

Instructor: S. Eric Ascendorf, M.A. Economics, Executive Vice President of Wealth Management, RIS - Retirement Income Specialist
Day/Time: MONDAY, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Start Date: JULY 24, 2017.
Fees: 25.00
Number of Class Meetings: 1 session

Course Description:

Managing Social Security....take it now or later? A review of income producing investments focusing on risk v. reward; guaranteeing lifetime income; structuring a plan and portfolio; tools to estimate your success.

QUILTING CLASS - Flying Geese Pattern (Lap Quilt or Twin/Queen Bed Quilt)

Code: S18-262
Price: $59.00

Instructor: Linda Walker, has been sewing for over 35 years and has made many quilts, custom curtains, and clothing.
Day/Time: MONDAYS, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Start Date: JULY 17, 24, & 31st. 2017
Fees: $59
Number of Class Meetings: 3 Sessions

Course Description:

NEW FLYING GEESE PATTERN (LAP QUILT OR TWIN/QUEEN SIZE) - Let's Quilt!! Come and learn how to sew a Flying Geese Design lap quilt for your couch, or Twin/Queen size bed. To make the Flying Geese Lap Quilt you will need to purchase 6-8 fabrics of your choice (1/4 yard of each for lap quilt and 1/2 of a yard each for the twin/queen size) choose cotton fabrics. These fabrics should be washed and ironed before class. We will cut these fabrics into triangles in class so you will need to bring to class: An Olfa Mat, rotary cutter with an Omnigrid ruler and matching thread. You will also need to bring to class a portable sewing machine. When choosing fabrics for the flying geese pattern, pick out a dark blue print with a light blue print, a dark green with a light green print, and so on. By choosing darks and lights of the same color makes your quilts pop! See you in class!

Drawing & Watercolors

Code: S18-812
Price: $89.00

Instructor: Rosalie McCarthy, Professional Portrait Artist, Former Member of The Copley Society of Boston, has 30 years' experience Teaching children and adults.
Day/Time: MONDAYS, 5:30 - 8:30 PM
Start Date: JUNE 5, 2017.
Fees: 89.00
Number of Class Meetings: 5 Sessions

Course Description:

DRAWING AND WATERCOLORS: Drawing and painting is not a magical ingredient granted to a chosen few. It is a developed skill and contrary to popular belief watercolor is a very forgiving medium. Join us and discover how easily you can accomplish both. Rosalie will take you step by step throughout the entire process with ongoing demonstration and individual guidance. Always a different subject matter for returning students. Necessary to bring to first class: No larger than 9X12 Pad, 140 pound, cold-pressed watercolor paper, Box of no less than 12 (or 18) student grade watercolors IN TUBES (NOT 1/2 pans or flat, round colors in small oblong containers, they're inadequate for full coverage paintings), full role of paper towels, masking tape, good supply of UNGLAZED paper plates, gray kneaded eraser, artist drawing pencil. A brief informative presentation of various brushes, papers, palettes and paints, necessary and unnecessary will be discussed together with helpful handouts. Brushes and water cups supplied by the Instructor. Instructor: Rosalie McCarthy has 30 years experience teaching children and adults and currently teaches in several locations throughout Cape Cod.