General Interest - Winter 2021
Participants must be 16 years and up to attend adult programs unless otherwise specified.
Online registration opens 8:00 p.m. Thursday, September 3, 2020. To register, click here.
BEESWAX Wrap Workshop - Online
Are you interested in learning more about sustainable, nature-based solutions to replace your personal plastics use? Join our interactive Beeswax FOOD Wrap Workshop lead by Eveline Lemieux, for a safe, fun, hands-on experience. In this workshop, participants will gain greater awareness of plastic wrapping issues and solutions, make ready-to-use beeswax food wraps, using two DIY methods, and learn how to store and maintain the wraps.
Workshop materials are provided: three squares of fabric (30cm2, 25cm2 and 20cm2), about 60 grams of beeswax, a sheet of waxed paper. In addition to this material, you will need: an iron for method 1; and, a stove and baking pan for method 2. Kits are distributed following registration - participants will receive an email from email@example.com to coordinate pick-up. If you would like additional wax or kits, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, once you are registered, to find out more.
A Zoom link will be sent by email to participants a few days prior to the workshop.
Instructor: Eveline Lemieux holds a Masters degree in Environmental Science and is the owner of Bee Sustainable Food Wrap since 2016.
ONLINE - by Zoom
Saturday 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
FIGURE Painting and Drawing
Come join this weekly gathering and practice your figure drawing or painting skills while learning and sharing with your fellow artists. A model is organized each week for the group. The model poses in the natural form in an extended pose. On occasion a draped model may be brought in, but this is only with agreement of the group. Participants work in the medium of their choice and provide their own materials. Easels are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no instructor in this class, learning is in the doing and the sharing among participants. Beginners as well as experienced artists are welcome.
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street (Upstairs room)
January 14 – February 25 (7 weeks)
March 4 – April 15 (7 weeks)
Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Maximum 10 participants – first come, first serve basis.
Swing 2 Online
The Lindy Hop is an exciting, energetic dance that has its origins in the African American community in Harlem in New York City, and dates back to the 1930's. This dance is all about joy, expression, and having fun with your partner! In this session, you will learn some of the fundamental concepts and connections of Lindy Hop. You will also learn some movement repertoire and some basic history of the dance. After this class, you will be able to go out and social dance on a variety of styles and tempos, and with lots of different people.
No partner is required for this intro class.
Instructors: Helena Forbes and Gavin Wolf are from Side Street Swing, Ottawa's Swing Dance professionals. They specialize in all forms of vintage swing dancing, including Lindy Hop, Charleston, Balboa, Shag, and many others. The driving force behind the school building the community - to share their passion and love of this dance with anyone interested in listening and learning!
ONLINE - by Zoom
January 26 – March 2 (6 weeks)
Tuesday 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
$118 per person
Zoom link provided following registration.