Making Sets: Clay Pieces Related in Form, Function, Surface
This class will broadly focus on sets, pots that go together in some way. Examples are thrown nesting set of bowls, hand-built square plates in four sizes, creamer and sugar, interlocking sculptural forms. Clay experience helpful, but not mandatory.
Pottery Open Lab Time
Cost: $6 per hour. Lab Time is FREE for current pottery students.
Students will learn Colorado hunting laws and regulations with a focus on ethics and responsibility. Additional topics include outdoor survival, wildlife identification and firearms safety with hands-on practicals.*
Successful completion of this class is required in order to secure a Colorado hunting license. Students must pass a written exam and a live fire exercise. Safety is emphasized.
*Practicals will take place at a firing range off-site. (No pregnant or nursing women at the firing range.)
Instructor: Kathy Hinkle
ALL Stitchers wanted: sew, quilt, needlework, knit, crochet.... beginners welcome! Looking for Stitchers interested in getting together twice a month to finish those UFO's, learn something new, share your knowledge, get to know other stitchers. Bring your projects and show'n'tells! Childcare will be provided: $4 first child / $2 each additional child.
This is an on-going, drop-in class. Kids will have fun learning basic Tae Kwon Do blocks and kicks, while also improving their coordination, balance, self-confidence and discipline.
Tae Kwon Do
Tuesday/Thursdays from 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Cost for Adults:
Cost for Youth:
The tenets of order and simplicity is applied in this Korean martial art. Tae Kwon Do emphasizes increased coordination, balance, mental awareness, confidence and overall fitness. These family-oriented classes are ideal for children and adults.
Visit http://www.mountainacademymartialarts.com/ for more information.
Bring your kids and we'll play with them, read books, color, or put in a movie while you get a break and get in shape too. Please provide diapers/wipes/snacks or anything else your child may need to be happy and comfortable while you go play and work out. Parents: If your child is ill, please do not bring them!
The CSU Extension in Gilpin County offers classes that provide valuable information for a variety of different topics which may include: energy conservation, pine beetle control, noxious weeds and more.
Cure For Cabin Fever Class Series
High Altitude Sourdough Bread Baking
Warm your home by baking scrumptious sourdough bread. Long, slow sourdough fermenting makes for less work and richer flavors. Sourdough starter will be provided.
Please RSVP for these classes to 303-582-9106
For more information on classes please contact the Colorado State University Extension, Gilpin County Office at 303-582-9106 or email at email@example.com or visit the CSU Extension website: http://www.extension.colostate.edu/gilpin