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American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training 1-21

$50.00

Monday, January 21st
(No school for NA)
Lower Level -Municipal Building
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The purpose of this course is to provide youth, or anyone over the age of 11, with the information and skills necessary to provide safe and responsible care for children in the absence of parents or guardians. This training will help participants develop skills in leadership and professionalism, basic care, safety, safe play & first aid. Individuals under the age of 11 are welcome, but won’t receive a certificate. The class can last anywhere from 7-9 hours so make sure you bring something for lunch. An excellent start to get that first job.

Fee: $50.00/per person

Going Skiing for the First Time 1-3-2019

$0.00

ATTEND “GOING SKIING FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME”…

AND DISCOVER YOUR NEW ‘PASSION’!

January 3rd at 6:00 p.m.

Perhaps you think you are too old to learn to ski or, your kids are
too young? Maybe skiing sounds like it would be fun for you and
your family but you just don’t know how to get started: Where
to go. What to expect when you arrive. What to bring or wear.
What equipment is needed and were to get it. How to go about
learning. And, what will it cost.
Maybe you ‘dislike the cold’ or are concerned about getting hurt
or riding a chairlift. “Going Skiing for the Very First Time” will answer
these questions and prepare you and your family for a fun and
stress-free FIRST Experience on snow!
Why do you want to learn to ski now? Because you will feel invigorated being outdoors bonding with family
and friends while having fun. Because you will meet new people with a common passion. Because it will
open the doors to memorable family vacations. And, because you will come to love the winter not dread it.
The presenters, long-time Marshall Township residents Arthur & Debra, are PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of
America) Certified Ski Instructors and have taught skiing at Hidden Valley/Seven Springs for ten seasons.

Going Skiing for the First Time 12-2

$0.00

ATTEND “GOING SKIING FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME”…

AND DISCOVER YOUR NEW ‘PASSION’!
DECEMBER 2nd at 2:00 PM

Perhaps you think you are too old to learn to ski or, your kids are
too young? Maybe skiing sounds like it would be fun for you and
your family but you just don’t know how to get started: Where
to go. What to expect when you arrive. What to bring or wear.
What equipment is needed and were to get it. How to go about
learning. And, what will it cost.
Maybe you ‘dislike the cold’ or are concerned about getting hurt
or riding a chairlift. “Going Skiing for the Very First Time” will answer
these questions and prepare you and your family for a fun and
stress-free FIRST Experience on snow!
Why do you want to learn to ski now? Because you will feel invigorated being outdoors bonding with family
and friends while having fun. Because you will meet new people with a common passion. Because it will
open the doors to memorable family vacations. And, because you will come to love the winter not dread it.
The presenters, long-time Marshall Township residents Arthur & Debra, are PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of
America) Certified Ski Instructors and have taught skiing at Hidden Valley/Seven Springs for ten seasons.

Maple Sugaring March 9th

$0.00

MAPLE SUGARING
Saturday, March 9th
Elias Fry Barn – Knob Hill Park
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Join us for an interactive discussion on maple sugaring methods including: how to identify the tree, when to tap, ways to tap trees and boiling down the sap. Meg Scanlon, Naturalist at Latodami Nature Center, will host our Maple Sugaring discussion. Her program is suitable for children ages four through fifth grade.

Scouts Welcome!!

Free!

Skating with Santa/Holiday Food Drive 12/23

$0.00

Baierl Ice Complex
Sunday December 23rd
1:00-2:45 PM
Admission: Free!!

 

HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE

Along with your holiday cheer, please bring non-perishable food items to help those in need. Donations will support local Food Banks.

Sledding Day 1-19

$0.00

Saturday, January 19th
Knob Hill Park-Sledding Hill
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Come and enjoy free hotdogs and hot cocoa during our sledding party at the sledding hill in Knob Hill Park. Bring your family for an afternoon of outdoor fun.

Registration is required. No Fee.

Make your Own Wreath 12-04

$15.00$17.00

Join Vicki Wiegand from Shenots Farm Market.
Enjoy an evening of making and decorating your own holiday wreath. Wire and fir branches along with decorations will be provided. Bring your own grapevine if you prefer to make and decorate it.

Fee:

$15.00/Residents

$17.00/Non-resident

 

 

 

 

Santa Brunch-10:30 Saturday, December 1st

$17.00$20.00

Saturday, December 1, 2018

The Camelot-Warrendale

10:30 a.m.   

Come out and meet Santa up close. Participants will enjoy brunch while visiting with Santa. Each child will have their picture taken with Santa. Registration is required by November 23rd.  No registration will be taken at the door or after the deadline. Child must be accompanied by a registered adult. 

Fee:

$17.00/Residents per person

$20.00/Non-residents per person

 

Santa Brunch-10:30 Sunday, December 2nd

$17.00$20.00

Sunday, December 2, 2018

The Camelot-Warrendale

10:30 a.m.   

Come out and meet Santa up close. Participants will enjoy brunch while visiting with Santa. Each child will have their picture taken with Santa. Registration is required by November 23rd.  No registration will be taken at the door or after the deadline. Child must be accompanied by a registered adult. 

Fee:

$17.00/Residents per person

$20.00/Non-residents per person

 

Introduction to Cold Process Soapmaking-02/02/19

$75.00

Saturday, February 2, 2019

Municipal Building, Lower Level

10:00 am – 3:30 p.m.

Introduction to Cold Processed Soapmaking with Lori Chandler of Ashgrove Soaps, a certified soapmaking teacher with the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetic Guild.

Learn to make skin loving soaps. Join us for a small group workshop which includes the history of soapmaking, soapmaking safety, beginner soapmaking information, hands-on experience, a resource notebook, and 8 bars of soap you make and bring home.

 

Bring a brown bag lunch. Wear old clothes, bring long sleeved shirt, long pants, closed-toe shoes, and tie your hair back. Bring 4 old towels and a 14x14x14 box to bring home your soaps.  Participants must be age 18+.

Fee:   $75.00

 

Yoga with Nancy-Oct 15-Dec 3rd

$10.00$85.00

Announcing a New Instructor!

Nancy Triscuit!

Classes start Monday, October 15th

This class blends a more relaxed paced yoga practice (integrating breathwork and deliberate muscle awareness) with Pilates work (establishing core strength and stability). Both are helpful in preventing and rehabilitating from injuries, improving posture, and increasing flexibility, circulation and balance.

Instructor: Nancy Triscuit

RYT 200

Fee:

$65.00/Resident

$85.00/Non-resident

$10.00/Drop-in Fee

Please check out Nancy’s bio at yogaalliance.org