On December 14th at 10:00am, we will begin an 8 Week Beginner Watercolor Class. The cost is $32.00 and pre-registration is required. Call (860)434-1605 ext.240 to register
Chris from Select Physical Therapy in Old Lyme will be here on November 3rd at 1:00pm to discuss current concepts related to knee pain and weakness. The benefits of the correct exercises along with physical therapy. The last portion of the talk will be opened up to your individual questions.
December hikes will be held December 1st, 8th & 22nd at 9:30am. Open Space Coordinator from Lyme, Wendy Hill will be leading them. For more information and to get on her hiking mailing list email email@example.com
Join us on November 4th at 1:30pm for a performance from Pierce Campbell, who was appointed the Connecticut State Troubadour for 2007 & 2008 by the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism. The Senior Club is sponsoring this event and the cost is $1.00 which will be paid at the door. Pierces performance is sure to be uplifting, humorous, and engaging with his powerful vocals and superb, expressive guitar which have been fine-tuned throughout his 35 year career.
This 8 week course will be offered starting Monday, December 14th from 9:30-11:30am. This class will be taught by Sharon Schmiedel who has a BFA in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art and spent many years working in technical illustration, medical illustration, and graphic design. This class is open to students of all levels. We will explore the basic watercolor techniques of working wet on wet, layering, and dry brush. The instructor will do demos and help students gain an understanding of how to use warm and cool colors, plus values to develop strong compositions. Once you learn the basics you can experiment and play with this medium to express your ideas with paint. The fee for this class will be $32.00 and will be due to the instructor at the first class. This class is open to all members, but limited space is available. A minimum of 7 students will be needed to run this class.
First Class must haves:
Bring what you have for: Paper, Watercolor paint, brushes, palette, masking tape, sketch pad, pencils, cup for water, paper towels.
If you don’t have any watercolor paint you can wait till after first class to purchase or buy the 3 tubes of paint listed below. If you don’t have a palette, bring in a white ceramic or plastic plate. You must bring in some brushes (the larger the better), paper, pencils and the other items listed above.