Weds, 1/12. Geared for companion dogs of all shapes, sizes and breeds, “nose work” is a fun training activity that offers great rewards for both handlers and their dogs. Come hear an overview presentation that explains the training process and how to get involved, and watch a demonstration.
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Join instructor Chandra Wu to learn how to bring new life to old items and gain new sewing skills for mending or decorative needlecrafts. We will sew a simple 4-page bound “book” of sample stitches that can be a memory book about loved ones, a gift for a child, or simply a needlebook for showcasing the skills you will learn in our class!
Wed. 1/19. A pandemic, protests, and economic jolts ushered in the so-called “Roaring Twenties.” What lessons from the 1920s can we apply to our own looming 20s? Historian William Woodward charts the eerily familiar developments of a century ago. How might stories from a particular moment in the past—one with remarkable parallels to the present—shed light on ways for us to move forward?