Sunday, September 25, 2016

One-Night Workshops This Fall

Your Autumn Adventure

  Franklin Public Schools ~ Lifelong Learning Institute
The Center for Adult Education - Community Learning
Your Autumn Adventure

One-Night Workshop Opportunities
Don't miss these......
Hillside Nurseries Floral Workshops 

Decorating Your Home This Fall - Register Now 
Outdoor fall decorating has never been easier and more fun.
At this class we will discuss how to create an inexpensive, yet sophisticated outdoor display for your home AND show you a sample display. You will see how to add a bit of nature into your front porch or yard fall decorating scheme to enhance its overall curb appeal. 
Tuesday, October 4
6:30 - 8:30 pm  
  Cost: $55    

Pumpkin Autumn Floral - Register Now 

Want to take a more natural approach with your pumpkin decorating? At this class you will learn how simply carving a hole in a pumpkin and filling it up with your favorite fall blooms can create an exquisite centerpiece and decoration.
Tuesday, October 18
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Cost: $55     

Holiday Centerpiece - Register Now

At this class you will be making a magnificent arrangement, suitable for any of your holiday events. As a beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece decoration, this unique arrangement will mix the colors and textures of the season in a way that is sure to enhance any of your gatherings with family and friends.  
Tuesday, October 25
6:30 - 8:30 pm    
Cost: $55     

Learn how to downsize successfully by focusing on the memories not the stuff. During this class we'll discuss the difference between valid and invalid reasons for holding onto things. We will define what it means to keep the memories not the stuff, and we will discuss 10 different ways to hold onto the memories. 
Thursday, October 6 

6:30 - 8:30 pm
  Franklin High School, 218 Oak Street
Cost: $25     

We will explore adolescent development and how this exciting, yet sometimes excruciating process, of growing up can impact family life. Surviving Adolescence will explore why teens become allergic to their parents and how boys and girls journey through adolescence in similar and different ways.  
We will talk about how to gain respect from your teen, tips for communication and collaboration, strategies for parenting a teen as opposed to a younger child and how to avoid the traps our teens set for us and the ones we set for ourselves to establish a healthy relationship with our adolescents.  
Thursday, October 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  Franklin High School, 218 Oak Street
Cost: $25

Do you want to edit and share photos without expensive equipment and complex programs? In this hands-0n workshop learn how to connect to Instagram, a social media platform that allows you to share images and videos right from your smart phone.  This session will cover creating an account, finding and connecting with other users, the basic menu functions, and editing/posting images.  Each attendee should have a personal smart phone or tablet with them in order to participate

 Tuesday, October 18    
  7:00 - 9:00 pm
Franklin High School
Cost: $35   


One of Rodgers & Hammerstein's finest works, THE KING AND I boasts a score which features such beloved classics as "Getting To Know You," "I Whistle a Happy Tune," "Hello Young Lovers," "Shall We Dance," and
"Something Wonderful."

         Friday, November 4            
7:30 pm
The Providence Performing Arts Center
Ticket: $40

  Meditation workshop
Register Now 
Join us for a blissful 75 minutes of relaxation and meditation that will leave you refreshed and revitalized. We will start with a group discussion on meditation, then move through some relaxing yoga and breath work that will transition into a guided meditation and finally an optional individual meditation. You will leave feeling ready to start your own meditation practice at home or expand your existing practice.  

Saturday, November 5
11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Tranquil Souls Yoga, 15 East Central Street, Franklin
Cost: $25
FPS- Lifelong Learning, 355 East Central Street, Franklin, MA 02038

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