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SAGE Decorate a Gingerbread House
with Karen Hilt
SAGE (Seniors Achieving Greater Education) course are for SAGE members- adults 50 and older. To learn more and to become member, please register with SAGE Membership first.
SCP 21120 Decorate a Gingerbread House.
Wednesday, November 28
12:30 - 3:30 PM
Class limit 10 Fee $10
Gingerbread houses have been a holiday tradition for many generations of many different cultures. The instructor will provide gingerbread house pieces and several different choices for fastening them together. Then, we will use the candy you folks bring (we can share with each other and the instructor will bring others) to decorate it however you like. While the houses set up, we’ll break for lunch. The university cafeteria is about $8 for an all-you-can-eat lunch or bring your own. Don’t forget to bring candy to share. Necco wafers, M&M’s, Tootsie Rolls are just a few of my favorites
SAGE Living with your Computer
with Lynn McNeal
SAGE (Seniors Achieving Greater Education) courses are for SAGE members - adults 50 and older. To learn more or to become a SAGE member, please register with SAGE Membership first.
SCP 21119 Living With Your Computer
Tuesday & Thursday, November 13, 15
9:30 – 11:30 AM
This course of study will help with understanding basic computer usage and various aspects of
managing the machine. No using computer during class. Take information and work on materials provided between classes. As questions arise with using a computer, jot them down and bring to class for solutions or resolutions.
SAGE The Civil War Diary of Presque Isle's Jeweler Robinson
with Kim Smith
SAGE (Seniors Achieving Greater Education) courses are for SAGE members- adults 50 and older. To learn more or to become a member, please register with SAGE membership first.
SCP 21121 The Civil War Diary of Presque Isle’s Jeweler Robinson
Thursday, November 29
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Mr. Robinson, a jeweler in Presque Isle, was a Civil War veteran. The class will examine the diary he kept during the War, before he returned home to raise his family.
Instructor Kim Smith