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SAGE Found Object/Junk Box Jewelry


with Pam Crawford

Calendar May 1, 2019 at 9:30 am

** Must be a member of SAGE in order to register for this class**

Using found objects, junk box treasures, old broken costume jewelry, travel souvenirs/keepsakes, and miscellaneous other bits and bobs, students will create unique , one-of-a-kind, personal, fun and funky jewelry to wear or gift.  Bring whatever is special to you, what speaks to you, fabulous found objects, whatever you would like to wear.  Many materials/supplies will be provided; students should also bring e6000 glue, tacky glue, ruler, paper and pencil, and paper ephemera to the first class.  No experience necessary; a playful, creative spirit is recommended.

SAGE Let's Fix It: Grammer Repair


with Remillie Norsworthy

Calendar Apr 3, 2019 at 9:30 am

** Must be a member of SAGE in order to register for this class**


Using actual (and sometimes hilarious) examples of poorly chosen wording, syntax and punctuation, students will discuss why the examples creat unfortunate misunderstanding, learn way to correct them, and practice grammatically clarifying their own writing and speaking.

SAGE Let's Go to the Movies


with Gary Smith

Calendar Mar 28, 2019 at 12:30 pm

**Must be a member of SAGE to enroll in class**

The movies are back!  Each week is a new selection, with fun anecdotes and trivia about that movie.  It may be a rousing comedy one week and a creepy drama the next.  They are carefully and lovingly selected for quality, variety, and timeless appeal.  I'm sure my movie "regulars" will be there, but there's plenty of room for first-timers.  All are welcome for good fun and great movies!

SAGE Let's Talk Ted 2


with Dennis Koch

Calendar Apr 2, 2019 at 9:30 am

** Must be a member of SAGE in order to register for this class**


TED Talks are short videos produced by renowned speakers, scientists, entertainers and everyday people who want to share their ideas and success.  These classes will allow you to expand your thoughts, express your opinions, learn something new, discover, and bring insight through class discussions.  Critical thinking skills, give you better control of your own learning and empathy for other points of view.  Back again with all new topics and lively discussions.

SAGE Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions


with Terry Sandusky/ Royal Goheen

Calendar Mar 29, 2019 at 1:30 pm


Nobody wants to have a chronic long-term illness.  This course is designed to help people with chronic illness explore healthy ways to live with a physical or mental illness.  This course will teach self-management techiques for living with heart disease, Arthritis, Diabetes, Depression, Asthma, Bronchitis, Emphysema, and Other Physical and Mental Health Conditions.  These diseases cause most people to experience fatigue, as well as lose physical strength and endurance.  Suffering chronic pain may bring on emotional distress.  This coursre will be an educational class self-management and not a treatment or self-help group.  Anyone with a chronic disease or is a caregiver is welcome to enroll.

SAGE Publish Your Own Poetry Chapbook


with Andrew Birden

Calendar Apr 4, 2019 at 3:30 pm

**Must be a member of SAGE to enroll in class**

Over a three-week period, participants will gather and share their poetry and use free word processing software to create a chapbook.

SAGE Senior Water Fitness Class


with Joyce Price

Calendar Apr 1, 2019 at 11 am

** Must be a member of SAGE in order to register for this class**


This low impact, shallow water fitness class promotes joint range of motion, flexibility, balance and agility while buiding cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength.  It is especially suited to those with chronic conditions, including arthritis.  All participants are encouraged to perform excercised to their toleance.  The ability to swim is not required as the class is done in the shallow end of the pool which is three and half feet deep  Participants should be ready to get in the water at 11:00 AM.

SAGE Some Assembly Required: Hat-Knitting Workshop


with Nancy Beloungie

Calendar Apr 4, 2019 at 9:30 am

** Must be a member of SAGE in order to register for this class**

Are you looking for a small knitting project?  Would you like to learn a new technique?  Try a hat.  We'll provide several patterns you can choose from (or bring your own) that will give you the chance to try cabling or entrelac or fair isle or mosaic knitting or knit/purl pattern or maybe another knitting technique you've been curious about.  Bulky and worsted weight yarn will be provided.  Prerequisite: ability to knit and purl.

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