Senior Guide_Winter Spring 2020

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Creating ACTIVE Retirement Years (919) 469-4081 7 Arts & Crafts c Arts & Crafts Social Knitting & Crocheting Bring a project and join us for a relaxing afternoon of knitting and socializing. Share ideas and create items such as dishcloths, afghans, mittens and caps, which would make wonderful gifts. Help will be provided as needed. Tue Jan 7–May 26 1–3 p.m. 001421 Location: Classroom 303 Beginner Knitting Have you ever wanted to learn how to knit but haven't been able to find an instructor? Have you seen others wearing beautiful handmade knitted projects and thought I wish I could make something like that? Well, look no further. The Cary Senior Center will be offering a beginners knitting session! During the 8 week course you will learn the basics such as casting on, binding off, knit and purl, garter stitch and stockinette stitch. When the class is finished you will be able to comfortably tackle other knitting techniques. Students will supply their own materials. Mon Jan 6–Feb 24 9:30–11:30 a.m. 002353 Location: Conference Room Instructor: Luci Lambert Fees: $66(R) $86(N) (8 classes) c Art Supplies Most Arts & Craft programs require you to purchase supplies prior to the start of the class. Pick up the supply list at Cary Senior Center's front desk or visit the art supply link on the Senior Center www. c AARP Tax Assistance Mon, Wed & Fri 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb 3-Apr 15 Bond Park Community Center c Why Participate? Intellectual interactions with diverse people from various cultures promote ethnic diversity and understanding! Tax Help at BPCC

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