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Nicki Marshsall has been crafting for 40+ years and has been teaching crafting for most of her life. She has years of experience and knowledge in multi dimensions of crafting such as pottery, silver and gold jewelry, leather clothes, costumes, glass work and has been beading for the last 10 years. She has recently sparked an interest in felting and loves to explore, grow and learn in the world of crafts. In each class you will leave with a quality piece of art that you worked hard to make! See below for details.
Age: all ages welcome!
Location: Estes Valley Community Center lower level
Times: 4-6 pm
Fee: $15 per person per class
Instructor: Nicki Marshall
Woodlands Gnomes- January 16, 2020
Valentine's Day Necklaces - February 6, 2020
Rainbow Catchers and Key Chains - March 19, 2020
Earring Workshop - April 16, 2020
Garden Mosaic - May 21, 2020
Questions contact Lauren Pavlish at firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the limits of ambition? How far would you go to gain power? Does greed destroy those who seek power for its own sake? In the 5 week class we will seek answers to these questions as we read Shakespeare's MACBETH. Whether you are new to The Bard or a seasoned Shakespearean, this class is for you! We will discuss, analyze and understand the text while examining the historical, social and political times in which Shakespeare wrote.
Age: 18 and older
Dates: Tuesdays starting Feb 11 through March 10
Times: 9:00 - 10:30am
Registration deadline: February 4, 2020
Instructor: Robert Burkhardt
Using current Supreme Court cases as a primary focus for discussion, this class explores issues involving intersection of law, government, history and society. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.
Location: Estes Valley Community Center
Dates: Tu (weekly)
Times: 10:30 a.m.—12 p.m.
Registration deadline: None; drop-in
Instructor: Eric Waples
Where else can you find masterpieces extending from the dawn of civilization to today; or encyclopedic holdings from all the major cultures on earth; or genres ranging from paintings to period rooms, sculpture to suits of armor, metalwork to musical instruments- all situated in a palatial building beside one of the world's most magnificent parks?
Location: Estes Valley Community Center Lower Level
Dates: Mondays; January 6, 2020 - March 23, 2020
Times: 10—11:30 a.m.
Fee: Free; drop-in
Discussion facilitated by Lois Sumey, Senior and Adult Activities Volunteer
In May 1905, an unknown 26 yr old Swiss patent clerk wrote a friend about four scientific papers he had been working on in his spare time. He casually alluded to one as "revolutionary," and he confidently asserted that another would modify the "theory of space and time." He had not yet started on a fifth paper that would also come out in 1905 and that would propose a surprising and earth shaking equation E=mc2.
Dates: Thursdays; January 16, 2020 - April 2, 2020
When a work of fiction or nonfiction captures the attention and wallets, of American readers, it speaks volumes about the nation's cultural climate.
Dates: Mondays; March 30- June 15, 2020