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Fall Session

September 12
September 19
September 26
October 3
October 10
October 17
October 24
October 31
Share Day! November 7 – 1pm

Open House / Meet Our Teachers
Saturday, August 19th 


Registration Opens August 19, 2017
Schedule and additional classes to be announced!

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Fall Class Descriptions

American Sign Language:

Over the course of the 8 week session, students will learn basic concepts of American Sign Language while incorporating aspects of deaf culture. The class will cover fingerspelling, elementary signs, and beginning grammar concepts. A perfect course for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of American Sign Language. Minimum of 4 students.
Teresa Bielecki

All Things Music:

Learn to read and understand the universal language of music. This is an all-inclusive music class that will cover a little bit of everything. Students will sing, play a variety of instruments, learn theory and technique, music history, and more! This is the perfect into to music for students who are beginners. Students will explore the work of different composers, learn the basics of music reading, as well as develop a sense of rhythm and pitch accuracy through the use of solfège. Geared towards children, but would also work well for older students looking to review or augment their musical knowledge. Minimum of 4 students.
Derek Waldron


A high-energy chorus incorporating the fundamentals of music, rhythms, and healthy singing techniques. Songs range from originals to popular music, combining fun with education in a creative environment. Geared towards children, but parents are encouraged to register as well!
Derek Waldron


BoomWhackers are percussive tubes tuned to musical pitches and produce musical tones when struck together, on the floor, or against nearly any surface. These instruments have been a popular addition to music classes for years, but have recently become a viral sensation. This class will focus on using BoomWhackers in a fun, creative, and percussive way while incorporating the basic fundamentals of music. Watch The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers perform with BoomWhackers!  Minimum of 4 students.
Derek Waldron

Dyeing 101:

Students will learn the basics of dyeing through a variety of safe and engaging mediums. We will explore natural dyeing, cyanotype, batik, sun dye processes, and acid dyeing using heavy-metal-free dyes from Still River Fiber Mill in Eastford, CT. Projects will include yarn, silk scarves, and small accessories. Materials fees will apply for this course. Minimum of 4 students, Maximum of 8.
Sarah Eyre

Knitting for Beginners:

From casting on a project to finishing, students will learn how to create their own knit projects, beginning with a simple knit scarf and graduating to projects knit in the round. Students will learn knit, purl, and patterned stitches in this course. Cost: $100. A small materials fee applies for this course. Minimum of 4 students.
Sarah Eyre

Color Theory & Color Journaling:

Learn color theory, how color is used in advertising and marketing, and how color can affect us in our daily lives. The use (or lack) of art and color can have a profound affect on people as they move through the world. Learn how to keep your own visual journal of color and imagery to record your thoughts, feelings, and impressions of your experiences. Cost: $100 A small materials fee applies for this course. Minimum of 4 students.
Sarah Eyre

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