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Putnam: He slept in the woods near the Capitol. Grades for MSU's football team after meltdown against Illinois. High school football scores for district finals. The coldest periods will be in early December and early to mid-January, from late January into early February, and in late February. Snowfall will be above normal in Ohio and below normal in most other areas.
The snowiest periods will be in early to mid-January, from late January into early February and late February into early March, and in late March. April and May will be warmer than normal, with precipitation below normal in the east and above normal in the west. Summer will be hotter and rainier than normal.
The hottest periods will be in mid-June, mid- to late July, and mid-August. September and October will be warmer than normal, with below-normal precipitation. We recieved snow and it became bitterly cold here but i had seen a couple of robins I mean when you see a Robin it is a sign of spring.. Lower Michigan should be divided into 3 sections on this It never melted either.
We are hoping for October 17 for our wedding in southwest Michigan, but open to October 3 as well. We don't mind the cold - just don't want rain! Graduation will be upon us. Please note: this soap will not cure in time for holiday gifts, but will be ready by mid-January! Karen Creel is the owner of Gardenchick. Bees will be added in April and the urban homestead will be complete! After purchasing handcrafted soap for years, she attended several classes and started making her own, selling at craft shows and on her Etsy site.
Created with natural ingredients including oils, herbs, honey and beeswax, her products include soap, lip balms, lotion bars, and herbal salves. You can keep up with her projects, and receive gardening and urban homesteading tips on her blog www. In this class, you'll learn all about the science behind making liqueurs and you'll make your own to give as a gift!
We'll be making a riff off of Kahlua, the perfect addition to any white russian loving person's bar. All supplies included in the class, including two jars of your creation - one for you and one for a friend! Join this class all about the basics of cookie decorating! You'll learn all about cookie decorating by having fun with cute alpacas! In one night you can master having an Instagramable cookies you can share with your friends and family. You will also receive a recipe for delicious cookies that you can easily create in your own home to practice your newly learned skills.
In this class, you will learn how to make a mixed media Holiday ornament. You'll learn a variety of techniques including collage, backgrounds and outlining, so you can create a one of a kind ornament that can be hung in your home or given as a gift. We'll also be putting quotes on the art for some inspiration!
Suggested supplies to bring: apron and any special scrapbook paper you might want to include in your design! All other supplies included. Jacquie Leavitt is a self-taught mixed media painter specializing in whimsical art. Jacquie sells her art in local markets and has now branched out to art festivals in the southeast, showing in local galleries and teaching at art retreats around us. In her work, she uses lots of color and texture. Her work usually contains an inspirational quote or two as well. Much of her work contains several different materials including collage, acrylic, watercolor, oil pastels, soft pastels, ink, markers, graphite and charcoal.
She often prints her own papers to use in her collage work.
She stays busy painting and raising her daughter, Victoria, who also loves to make art. In this cocktail class, we will be discussing, making, and tasting drinks inspired by the most important wine: champagne! These drinks are the perfect thing to serve at your NYE party. Participants will learn the basic skills needed to replicate these three tasty drinks at home, as well as fun ways to impress your friends and families with homemade ingredients and fun garnishes.
At the end of the class, everyone will leave with recipe cards and instructions on how to impress your family and friends! Whether it's due to personal preference or necessity, sometimes having a unique alternative to alcohol can be hard to find. Join us as we explore using fresh fruit to create mocktails perfect for serving your family and friends. In this 5 week course, we will cover the basics of learning to draw in a realistic manner. The class will primarily focus on translating three-dimensional life still-life setups and objects onto the two-dimensional page via graphite pencil.
We will work with controlled lighting situations, and experiment a bit with alternative media, as well. We will also have loose paper and pencils if you need them, and any additional materials or special supplies will also be provided.
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Please note, this class takes place Tuesday Evenings pmpm, January 7 through February 4. Please email info thechattery. Class minimum for this series is 5 participants. Not quite sure what to do with your Instant Pot? Afraid you'll end up with a literally hot mess in your kitchen? Instant Pot will calm your nerves with a quick rundown of the parts of your Instant Pot, review of basic Instant Pot techniques, and three recipe demos audience participation encouraged! We'll cook a delicious meal to share together. Bring your Instant Pot questions and if Mary doesn't have the answer, she'll get it for you!
Handouts of basic cook times and techniques will be provided. This class is not sponsored by Instant Pot. Mary just really loves her Instant Pot and wants to help others learn to love theirs too! You do not need to own or bring an Instant Pot with you. She was born and raised right here in Chattanooga, and her blog is all about Southern food and Chattanooga restaurants.
She writes about all kinds of food, but her mission is to teach people to cook from scratch without breaking the bank - money or time-wise. This class is an introduction to the basics of calligraphy. From these basics in class, students can pursue developing the skills of a traditional style of calligraphy or can adapt them into a more contemporary style. Good penmanship is not required - only a desire to enjoy oneself and to learn some of the basics of the art of calligraphy. Students will need to bring a small quotation or an inspirational phrase to use for your project.
A retired Physical Education teacher in Walker County, Linda is married to a retired teacher and has shared her life with him for 47 years. She has a beagle and a rescue mixed breed that she adores, Scrappy and Gizmo. Phones take great photos, but there are some limitations. This class will teach you how to "dodge" those limitations - like not being able to set the camera to manual - and master the hacks and tricks to get photos to share on social media that look like they were shot on a DSLR and edited on a computer.
How to set up shots with your phones cameras based on the golden mean. How to get the most from the built-in camera app and features, for iPhone users. How to use those apps to turn lack-luster phone shots into magazine-ready images—or at least, really awesome Instagram posts! She's always on the hunt for her next favorite book or podcast feel free to send her your summer reading or listening list. She loves traveling, spending time with family and friends, and a good house-made ginger beer. You can find her on Instagram at suzanneocsai. Love fiber art?
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This class is for you. In this class, you will learn the basics of weaving on a simple frame loom. Beginner weaves and stitches will be covered, and you will create your very own woven wall art to take home. Do you think you're ready to buy a home but don't know where to start? In this course, we will cover all the things you'll encounter as a first-time home buyer: working with a realtor, mortgages, finding a lender, what to expect from closing costs, how much money to have set aside for emergencies, paying bills, and more.
Come with any questions you may have and our experts will help you along the process. Adult beverages will be served.
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There is no cost to attend this class. Since becoming a Realtor in , Marie King has been assisting buyers, sellers and agents attain their Real Estate dreams. Since that time, Marie has continued her passion of training and coaching. Marie is the proud mother of two amazing young adults; Rachel, who is a nurse at Erlanger and son, Nathan, who is a UTC graduate and also resides in Chattanooga. Brian Kniegge started in the mortgage industry in After having a less than stellar experience when he bought his first home he decided that there has to be a better experience for clients.
He has been assisting buyers and home owners with their financing strategies ever since. His goal for a buyer is to be accurate, predictable, and accountable to what is promised. He and his wife live in the downtown area, and his year-old son grew up here. The whole family loves Chattanooga and everything that it offers especially the fun outdoor stuff like mountain biking!
Learn to make your own elegant macrame wall hanging! Learn how to start your own wall hanging, including an overview of the materials. Leave with a beautiful piece of finished wall art and the know-how to design and create more pieces on your own. Whether you wrestle with butterflies in your stomach to face the world's 1 fear, or consider yourself an old pro, you will enjoy the results of this high-energy, interactive public speaking seminar. In this two-part series you will learn a simple, easy method to crafting a message that can be applied to every speech engagement.
Learn tips, tricks, challenge your comfort zone, set goals for yourself, give and receive feedback for improvement, leave with a ready-made message and the confidence to present it! The class takes place over two days on Thursday, November 7th and Thursday, November 14th from 6pm to pm.
The participants will learn basic public speaking skills in the first class and prepare a speech for the second class. Don't be scared! This will help you hone your skills and get even better at speaking in public. She has also conducted countless high-energy, immersive Teambuilding seminars. In addition, Emily has assisted in producing Off-Broadway productions as well as lending her own voice to a number of Voice- Over productions. Does your side hustle or new small business need a quality logo?
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Learn what goes into creating a good logo and how to establish an identity standard document for your company. We are all stressed. The world is chaotic, busy, full of screens and cellphones, demands from children, aging parents, and close friends coming apart at the seams. And the endless march of lessons and practices--violin, piano, soccer, softball, yoga, and the recurring shame of that unused gym membership. And money troubles.
And sickness. In all this swirl of activity and uncertain emotions and circumstances, stress can overwhelm us. And can become anxiety. Can become sadness. A creative outlet, like Writing, can help you reduce your stress and put your life into focus. In this class we will focus on self-expression.
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There are no writing "rights" or "wrongs. Instead, you will be encouraged to honor yourself, just as you are, and to give yourself caring and compassion. This is a no-pressure class. If you want to share your writing, you can. If you want to keep your writing private, that's okay. There will be no criticism of your work. You are free to just be yourself. We will provide pen and paper. Please bring your own notebooks, tablet or laptop if you prefer. Rebecca Cook is a writer, performer, speaker, and preacher.
She has read her work in many venues, large and small, and is always eager to share her writing or give a lecture. She has published a poetry collection, a poetry chapbook, and an e-novel with small, independent presses. For details about our refund and class cancellation policy, visit our FAQs: www. This soap will be ready by the holidays to give as gifts!
When engaging your thoughts and feelings in this way, you become open, receptive and focused. The mind is freed from anxiety and you are left feeling refreshed, energized, and restored to your natural state of vibrant aliveness. Focus awareness, dissolve inhibitions and build self trust. Writing is not the end of the practice, but rather the means to gain insight into and power over how we live and think.
In the short term PW invigorates your mind. Over time it strengthens your sense of self and connects you to the world. When practiced regularly, PW can bring a new sense of well-being and confidence that is vital to mental health and creativity. This is a 2-day writer's retreat, taking place on Saturday, November 9 and Sunday, November 10 from 10am to 5pm both days.
Ticket sales end for this class on Friday, November 8 at 8pm. She credits PW with completely changing her life, one Write at a time.
Ballantine, You can learn more about this work at thewayofwriting. In this fun class we will explore simple sculpting techniques using Creative Paperclay to make a moon ornament for the holidays or for year-round display. Creative Paperclay is an air-dry, non-toxic clay that is a perfect medium for those with or without sculpting skills. Supplies: All materials will be supplied and tools available to borrow for class. Face molds are available and the more advanced and adventurous are encouraged to create a face without the mold. This class is in two parts held a week apart.
You must attend both to finish the project. You will go away with your very own creation, a new skill to make gifts for the holidays, and perhaps a new hobby. Night 1, November 6: Sculptapalooza: You will prepare the base for your ornament for hanging, and work with the clay to create your piece. Faces will be made using a mold or with help from the teacher. Pieces will be left to dry in the studio. Night 2, November Getting Tricky with Acrylics: Your pieces will be dry and we will paint and finish the ornaments using acrylics, varnish, and glitters. Do you live with debt? This class is all about how to best manage current debt and what tools are available to help.
The team at Bank of America will discuss the different types of rates, how to stop paying more than you should, and how to use the savings to apply to towards other debt or savings for other goals. We will discuss in detail what tools are available to help and start you down the right path to become debt free.
For the past five years, Meghan has helped both business and consumer clients to achieve their goals through financial guidance. Bank of America wants to give its clients the power to achieve their goals by understanding their full financial picture and guiding clients down their path. As a manager of multiple different types of business, Meghan understands the pace, obstacles, and successes of small business owners and want to share with the local community small business owners the knowledge and guidance that Bank of America offers all of its clients.
In this two-part class you will be guided through the relief printing process of creating, transferring, carving, and printing your own card designs! It means so much more to give handmade cards, and the recipients are sure to feel the extra love. The class takes place on Monday, November 4 and Monday, November 11 from 6pm to pm. Please note: We will not be working with inside text, but making the designs for the front of the cards. The goal will be for students to take home at least 10 printed cards and their carved linoleum block that they can use later on their own!
Class minimum for this class series is 5 participants. This class is for those of you who are a bit more advanced in Tarot.
Learn how card meanings work with other cards, learn techniques that help you with bringing a reading to its conclusion. Above all, learn how to use Tarot to help you through difficult times. Do you love Halloween? Ticket sales end on October 28 at 8pm. You'll learn all about cake decorating by making a fun, Halloween-themed cake. Included in this course will be a 6-inch round cake that you will learn to stack, crumb coat, frost, and add spooky decorations perfect for Halloween celebrations.
Photo via Craftsy member House of Whimsy. This Halloween-themed course is designed to teach participants how to make their own basic embroidery hoop designs and learn four popular threading techniques, in the sppokiest way possible, obviously. At a Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death. At this event, we will have guided stations for you to visit and explore on your own - including a Jeopardy type trivia game!