Winter 2018 Continuing Ed Schedule

Winter 2018 Continuing Ed Schedule


February 2018 Update





ACRYLIC PAINTING: FROZEN POND 2: Try your hand at painting without any investment in supplies. All skill levels welcome. Students go home with an 11X14” finished piece.

Anna Halkowich

     Wednesday, Feb 28: 6-8 pm

$25/1 class

Includes all supplies

ACRYLIC PAINTING: DAISIES: Another opportunity to try your hand at painting without any investment in supplies.

Anna Halkowich

      Tuesday, March 13: 6-8 pm

$25/1 class

Includes all supplies

ACRYLIC PAINTING: A BARN, FENCE & WILDFLOWERS: Another opportunity to try your hand at painting without any investment in supplies. All skill levels welcome.

Anna Halkowich

       Tuesday, April 17: 6-8 pm

$25/1 class

Includes all supplies

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: : 10 Signs of Early Detection: Attend this interactive workshop to learn the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease where we separate myth from reality & address commonly-held fears about Alzheimer’s & dementia.

Ann Thayer

Alzheimer’s Assoc

Thursday, March 1

10 – 11:30 am


BASKET WEAVING (Workshop 1): Choose one…

Small Waste Basket With Curls:  Perfect for any room! Decorative and useful!       

Berry Bottom Fruit Basket: A basket approximately 5" tall with a diameter of 9".

Susan Hardy

March 6: 3:30-6:30 pm


March 7: 5:45-8:45 pm

$30/1 class

BASKET WEAVING (Workshop 2): Choose one…

Shaker Style Cheese Basket: A unique basket with a hexagonal woven bottom.

Tissue Basket: A 3” tall basket which is sized to fit tissues & is also good for dinner rolls or knick-knacks. Choice of a simple or woven handle.

Susan Hardy

March 13: 3:30-6:30 pm


March 14: 5:45-8:45 pm

$30/1 class

BEGINNING OR ADVANCED NATURAL SOAP MAKING: Create 30 bars of old-fashioned cold processed healing bar soap. More options available (goats’ milk, honey, etc) for the advanced group. Students need to being some supplies like pots, rubber gloves, spatula, etc.

Maria Gelnett

Saturday, March 3

 10 am-1 pm

$55(Beg/1 class) or $65(Adv/1 class)

CPR/AED: This is the basic AHA CPR Course which will cover several topics including adult rescue breathing & adult CPR/AED.

Marge Miller

Wednesday, Feb 28

6 pm

$20/1 class

CREATE WITH CRICUT EXPRESSION OR CRICUT EXPLORE: Create a variety of seasonal projects from different materials (paper, fabric & vinyl) with your Cricut Expression or Cricut Explore Electronic Cutter. Learn about machine settings, the Cricut Craft Room or Design Space. Have the opportunity to experiment with several different cartridges

PJ Johnson

Monday, March 12: 9 am-1 pm OR

Sat, March 10: 9:30 am –1:30 pm

$30/1 class

DEMENTIA CONVERSATIONS: This workshop offers helpful tips to assist families with difficult conversations related to dementia, including going to the doctor, deciding when to stop driving, & making legal & financial plans. 

Ann Thayer

Thursday, March 8

10 -11:30 am

No Fee/1 class

FIRST AID FOR NEW COACHES: Get ready for spring coaching by taking this First Aid Course for new coaches as required by NYS Education Department or by getting recertified.

Les Bush

Saturday, March 3 & 10

9 am – 3 pm

$30/1 day recertification

$60/full 2-day course

GLASS ETCHING: Learn one way to etch glass on 3 different glass surfaces. Choices include a wine glass or mug, a clear glass plate, and a mirror or candle holder.

PJ Johnson

Monday, April 9

6:30 – 8 pm

$25/1 class

HEALTH SCIENCES APPLIED TO COACHING: Required course for NYS Coaching Certification. Selected principles & concepts in physiology of exercise, kinesiology, & psychology related to coaching. Emphasis placed on the mechanics, recognition, prevention & proper care of athletic injuries.

Jordan Jaquay

Wednesdays beg Feb 28

7:00 pm

$135/10 classes

JR KARATE 1   (Block 3 starts approx March 5th)

Brian Cox


$23/6 classes


Brian Cox


$23/6 classes


Brian Cox

Fridays /5:30-6:30pm

$23/6 classes


Brian Cox


$25/6 classes


Brian Cox

Mondays & Fridays/6:30-7:30pm

$33/6 classes


Brian Cox

Mondays & Fridays/7:30-9:00pm

$38/6 classes

LIQUID SOAPMAKING: Learn to safely make your own gallon batch of natural, concentrated multi-purpose liquid castile soap from scratch. Maria will do a demo & attendees will help to create & scent a foamer bottle to take home. Will also learn to make & take home an all-purpose household cleaner.

Maria Gelnett

Saturday, March 3

2 – 3:30 pm

$35/1 class

Take home kits to make your own gallon will be available for $25.

MEDICARE 101: An overview of Medicare & an explanation each part: A-B-C & -D plus Advantage Plans & Supplement Plans; how they fit together (or don't).  Info about when to enroll & NY State's EPIC program as well as some of the possible subsidy programs available.

Jim Lee

Office of the Aging

Wednesday, March 7

10 am - Noon

No Fee/1 class

OPEN COMPUTER NIGHT: Need help with technology? Stop in on Tuesday nights with your device & get free assistance from our technology instructor. Community members are welcome to use school computers and our lightning- quick internet as well. 

Brian DeBoyace


5 - 7 pm

No Fee

OPEN GYM NIGHT/WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: If you are over 21 years old & female, come on out to get some exercise and/or play pick-up games. Call ahead to pre-register so you can be notified if the schedule changes.

Michelle Johnson

Wednesdays beg Feb 28

6 – 7 pm

$20/5 nights/$5/walk-in

*walk-ins must call ahead

POUND: Join us for Pound®, the world's 1st cardio jam session inspired by the infectious, energizing & sweat-dripping fun of playing the drums. Forty-five minutes of a rockout workout with drumsticks will release your inner rock star & pump up your day. Ripstix will be provided. Bring a yoga mat. No athletic or previous experience necessary ~ great for all abilities. Join at any time.

Michelle Schmitt

Mondays beg approx March 5

 6 - 6:45 pm

$35/5 classes


UNDERSTANDING ESTATE & ELDER LAW PLANNING: Info will be presented on Advanced Directives for Health Care (Health Care Proxy, Living Will, etc.), Powers of Attorney (to grant legal & financial authority), Wills and Probate, Trust Planning, & Medicaid. The class format will allow Q&A throughout the presentation.  Feel free to bring any questions or concerns.

Ryan Coutlee Esq

Saturday, March 10

9:30-11:30 am

No Fee/1 class

YOGA/DAYS: A gentle practice allowing the body to open at its own pace.  Deeply relaxing. No experience needed. Need at least 4 students for a class. Register early.

Bonnie Fayssoux

Tuesdays beginning March 6

10-11 am

$36/6 classes/$8/ walk-in

YOGA /EVENINGS: A gentle practice allowing the body to open at its own pace.  Deeply relaxing. No experience needed. Need at least 4 students for a class.

Bonnie Fayssoux

Tuesdays & Thursdays

beginning March 6 & 8


$36/6 classes/$8/ walk-in

ZUMBA : A Latin-inspired dance-fitness exercise program for cardio and toning. Adjustable to any intensity. Need a minimum number for the class to run. Register early.

Suzanne Fine

Tuesdays: 5:30-6:30

beginning March 6

$36/6 classes/$8 walk-in

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