- Jun 24Fused Glass Bowl Workshop
Are you looking for that perfect little round dish for “what nots” on your dresser or counter? We will build a great little dish using small bits and “frit”. Frit is small pieces of glass which varies in size from powder to the size of fish tank rocks. Your designs options are wide open for this little dish and it would make a wonderful gift as well if you need something special. Your finished piece will be 5 inches round.
Linda Martin is our instructor for this fused glass class.
North Village Craft Room
Reservations are requested by Wednesday, June 21 at 9am
- Jun 26Health Seminar: Resistance Training
Fitness Instructor, Tricia Shipley has 20 years of experience teaching a variety of fitness classes and providing personal training. Tricia holds multiple fitness certifications and has a degree in business and nutrition. She will discuss & demonstrate different types of resistance training exercises using weights and bands and how it benefits the aging body. The first 10 residents that arrive at the seminar will receive a free band to take home!
North Village Auditorium
Chair abdominal exercises with or without free weights
North Village Exercise Room at 2:00
- Jun 28Herb Butter Tasting Party
North Village Auditorium
- Jun 29Paper Quilling Art Class
Quilling is the art of rolling narrow strips of paper into coils or scrolls, and arranging them to form elegant filigree. In this class, you’ll learn how to roll coils and scrolls, then pinch, shape, and arrange them into decorative patterns. Quilling can be done with simple tools and supplies, and almost anyone will get beautiful results. Join us to learn a new craft. Gretchen Phillips will be our instructor for this decorative project.
North Village Craft Room, near the breezeway pool.
Reservations are requested by Tuesday, June 27 at 9am
- Jun 30Contemporary Art Museum and Lunch
Join us for a morning of fine art. CAM Raleigh seeks to curate the most contemporary works of art and design possible—those still emerging, growing, and living. They hope to spark new thinking by creating ever-changing experiences that explore what’s now and nearing.
Afterwards, we will enjoy lunch at The Pit. North Carolina is known for its legendary barbecue joints. The Pit proudly continues this tradition by serving authentic whole-hog, pit-cooked barbecue in downtown Raleigh’s warehouse district.
Reservations are requested by Wednesday, June 28 at 9am