Summer 2017 Program Guide

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SENIORS PART TWO 92 REGISTER ONLINE: Making Your Own Panels & Canvases Who isn't concerned about the cost of buying readymade panels and canvases? Learn to gesso and/or glue your canvas to wooden panels and stretch your own canvases for a fraction of the cost of buying readymade. Instructor: Marcelle Hooks Fees: $12(R) $16(N) (1 class) 104196 Wed Jul 5 1–3:30 p.m. Pottery and Barn Tour Meet potter Kenneth Neilsen, owner of Cary Pottery, for a pottery demonstration and shopping. Then it's off to the "big red barn" for a behind-the-scenes tour. We'll end our day over cocktails and appetizers in the Wild Turkey Lounge. Transportation, tours, and small appetizers included in fee. Stairs and moderate walking over uneven surfaces. Fees: $22(R) $29(N) (per person) 104376 Tue Jul 11 noon-5 p.m. Summer Flowers in Watercolor Students will learn or practice painting beautiful flowers, gardens, or bouquets. You may bring your own photos for reference or use one of the instructor's photos. Instructor: Rocky Alexander Fees: $46(R) $60(N) (4 classes) 104167 Fri Aug 4–25 9:30 a.m.–noon Listening to Podcasts Learn what you need to know about listening to podcasts in this informative free seminar. Get step-by-step instructions in class and take home a manual so you can listen to what you want, when you want. You're in control! Location: Classroom 302 104228 Mon Aug 7 1:30–4 p.m. NEW! NEW! Tinker Don't Toss: A Repair Class Don't toss your broken household items—fix them! It will save you money and divert otherwise usable items from the landfill. Join us for demonstrations on how to use tools, salvage old parts, and make simple repairs. Bring your own item to fix as well as the supplies listed at registration. Instructor: Tom Karches Fees: $5(R) $7(N) (2 classes) 104159 Tue Jun 13–20 6–8 p.m. National Garden Week Education We are pulling together all the great gardening minds in the Town of Cary to share information about the Town's amazing parks and greenways program, Arts in the Parks, the beautiful gardens and Nature Center, the two Community Gardens, the SPRUCE program, and much, much more! This celebration of National Garden Week certainly brings it close to home, our home—the Town of Cary! Location: Ballroom 104028 Wed Jun 14 1:30–3 p.m. Evening Eco Cruise Learn the history of Jordan Lake as the sun sets on another summer night. Captain Don will provide historic, scientific, and environmental perspectives on the vital role the lake plays in our region. Enjoy his well-researched presentation while relaxing onboard and partaking of light appetizers and soft drinks provided by Triangle Boat Tours. Moderate to heavy walking over uneven surfaces. Fees: $42(R) $55(N) (per person) 104374 Sat Jun 24 4:30–9 p.m. 104377 Sat Jul 22 4:30–9 p.m. 104380 Sat Aug 19 4:30–9 p.m. NEW! we've got the tools if you've got the time! /CaryItGreen www.townofcary.or /CaryI Volunteer your time to help keep Cary clean and green. Just one day makes a big difference! EVENING CRUISE

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