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Tuesday September 21, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM    Seniors Rock! (ages 55+) - Seniors Rock!
Increase your energy and productivity! This program focuses on maintaining a dynamic senior lifestyle. This motivational class includes gentle exercise routines and will touch on a variety of topics for day to day life on maintaining social interaction, staying active, stretching and exercise with discussions on health concerns, memory issues, adequate nutrition, supplements and finding joy in every day!Instructor: Florence Geller
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Beginner’s T'ai Chi Chih® (Non-Martial Art) - Beginner’s T'ai Chi Chih® (Non-Martial Art)
T'ai Chi Chih is a gentle, mindful, moving meditation with many health benefits that may be taught seated as well as standing. This particular form is adopted by UCLA for research, demonstrating its effect on increasing immunity, improving sleep quality, and decreasing the symptoms of depression. It is widely accepted that T'ai Chi improves balance and lowers high blood pressure. Because of its effectiveness this moving meditation has recently been written about in The New York Times, AARP National Magazine, and many other publications. Learning T'ai Chi Chih would be an excellent way to commit to improving your health and increasing your happiness now.   Great for beginners and seniors.Instructor: Siobhan Hutchinson, MA Holistic Health
 
Wednesday September 22, 2021
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Senior Fitness - Senior Fitness
A great safe workout where you will use light weights and bands to increase muscle strength. Chairs are used to maintain balance.  Great music that you will recognize. Come join the fun with a gentle workout and fun moves! (For active older adults). *Please bring your own 1-5 pound weights to class.Instructor: Harriett Simon
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Asian Cuisine - Asian Cuisine
Expand your culinary expertise with different flavors from the Far East in a fun and informative atmosphere.  Learn how to make delicious dishes from Asia in this hands-on cooking class taught step by step. Every session will have different menu. *A $15 materials fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class.Instructor: Amelia Chong 
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Young Artists! Learn to Draw (Ages 8-15) - Young Artists! Learn to Draw (ages 8-15)
For the beginner and the more advanced artist! The goal of this class is to improve drawing techniques through individual instruction at each student’s individual pace. Different topics will be covered each session!*Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View*All levels welcome!
 
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM    Eat Smart to Feel Great - Eat Smart to Feel Great
Do you want to eat healthy but don’t know where to start? Tired of dieting and confused about fads like keto, paleo, intermittent fasting, cleansing, juicing and the rest? Come learn sound nutrition principles you can use for life from a registered Dietetic Technician.  Eat smart to feel great!Instructor: Theresa Prior
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Adult Drawing & Sketching (Ages 16+) - Adult Drawing and Sketching (Ages 16+)
It’s never too late to start or practice something you love! In this class, participants will focus on perspective, form, modeling and more. All levels are welcome! *Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View *All levels welcome!
 
Thursday September 23, 2021
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Prince & Princess Ballet for Preschoolers! (ages 3-5) - Prince & Princess Ballet for Preschoolers!
Twirl your way to becoming a dancing prince or princess! Young ballet dancers will learn basic ballet positions, acro and how to move their bodies gracefully as they dance to their favorite songs. Ballet attire is not required but great fun!  Instructor: Kelli Robbins
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Savory Naturals Cooking Series - Savory Naturals Cooking Series
Join us as we create savory, natural dishes in a hands on cooking class.  Learn how to make simple and luscious meals with quick recipes that you can prepare at home. This class will utilize organic and local foods with a focus on plant based recipes.*A $15 materials fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class.Instructor: Chef Susan Cohen, Natural Foods Chef/Instructor
 
Friday September 24, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Slow Flow Yoga - Adult Slow Flow Yoga
Learn to combine breathing, flowing postures and meditation in this gentle, but deep approach to Vinyasa yoga. Yoga poses are linked to breath to help reveal body awareness, inner strength and easeful opening. *Participants should bring a yoga mat.
 
Saturday September 25, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Super Scientists (ages 5-8) - Magnet Magic
Magnet Magic (ages 5-8)Enjoy discovering the wonders of magnets. Perform experiments to find out what objects are magnetic. Do some “magic tricks” with floating magnets and paper clips. Make your own magnetic materials with Silly Putty. Test the speed of your “dog hound” in a race using magnets. Come join the Fun.Color World (ages 5-8) Do you like to make discoveries about colors? Perform experiments using M&M’s and discover the many hidden colors. Make a color craft to brighten up your world. Enjoy rainbow story time.Wild Weather (ages 5-8)Did you know you can make your own weather? Investigate the wonders of rain, snow and sleet.  Perform experiments to make it “rain” and to create a “tornado” and a “snowstorm” all while staying safe indoors. *A $5.00 materials fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Saturday Morning Art Series (ages 7-12) - CANDY-TOPIA
Saturday Morning Art Series (Ages 7-12)In these art class series, students will create art projects geared around popular themes. Various mediums will be explored which may include acrylic painting, pastel, mixed media/collage, 3D design, air clay, watercolor and more!  Students must be able to use scissors and glue guns independently. Please be aware some materials may contain allergens such as wheat and/or other foods.  If your child has allergies, please inform the instructor prior to registration.Instructor: Leigh FerelloCANDY-TOPIAThis series is all about CANDY! Students will create art inspired by popular candies, movies and more!MONSTER MANIAWhether they breathe fire or fly, this series will be inspired by famous mythical creatures. FOODIE FAVSThis series revolves around different food themes.  Please list any allergies as cereal, jelly beans, popcorn, dried beans, dried pasta, etc. may be used. 
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Saturday Morning Art Series (ages 7-12) - CANDY-TOPIA SERIES (4 classes)
Saturday Morning Art Series (Ages 7-12)In these art class series, students will create art projects geared around popular themes. Various mediums will be explored which may include acrylic painting, pastel, mixed media/collage, 3D design, air clay, watercolor and more!  Students must be able to use scissors and glue guns independently. Please be aware some materials may contain allergens such as wheat and/or other foods.  If your child has allergies, please inform the instructor prior to registration.Instructor: Leigh FerelloCANDY-TOPIAThis series is all about CANDY! Students will create art inspired by popular candies, movies and more!MONSTER MANIAWhether they breathe fire or fly, this series will be inspired by famous mythical creatures. FOODIE FAVSThis series revolves around different food themes.  Please list any allergies as cereal, jelly beans, popcorn, dried beans, dried pasta, etc. may be used. 
 
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Super Scientists (ages 5-8) - Color World
Magnet Magic (ages 5-8)Enjoy discovering the wonders of magnets. Perform experiments to find out what objects are magnetic. Do some “magic tricks” with floating magnets and paper clips. Make your own magnetic materials with Silly Putty. Test the speed of your “dog hound” in a race using magnets. Come join the Fun.Color World (ages 5-8) Do you like to make discoveries about colors? Perform experiments using M&M’s and discover the many hidden colors. Make a color craft to brighten up your world. Enjoy rainbow story time.Wild Weather (ages 5-8)Did you know you can make your own weather? Investigate the wonders of rain, snow and sleet.  Perform experiments to make it “rain” and to create a “tornado” and a “snowstorm” all while staying safe indoors. *A $5.00 materials fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class.
 
Sunday September 26, 2021
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Lotion Making from Scratch - Lotion Making from Scratch
Learn how to make your own lotion and cream from scratch. Learn the importance of good manufacturing practices, how to choose oils and butters for your skin type, why to use a preservative, how to scent with fragrant and essential oils as a matter of preference, and proper labeling even when not selling. Participants will make 2 bottles of lotion and 1 jar of cream.*A $30 materials fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class.
 
Monday September 27, 2021
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Fundamentals of Investing - Fundamentals of Investing
Learn the basics of investing, including how to select an investment manager. Learn how to assess your risk tolerance and how risk impacts your return. Learn about different types of investment and important considerations in making your selections. Learn the difference between passive and active investing and how to design a portfolio.Instructor: David J. Novick, CFP, ChFC, CLU, MBA
 
Tuesday September 28, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM    Seniors Rock! (ages 55+) - Seniors Rock!
Increase your energy and productivity! This program focuses on maintaining a dynamic senior lifestyle. This motivational class includes gentle exercise routines and will touch on a variety of topics for day to day life on maintaining social interaction, staying active, stretching and exercise with discussions on health concerns, memory issues, adequate nutrition, supplements and finding joy in every day!Instructor: Florence Geller
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Beginner’s T'ai Chi Chih® (Non-Martial Art) - Beginner’s T'ai Chi Chih® (Non-Martial Art)
T'ai Chi Chih is a gentle, mindful, moving meditation with many health benefits that may be taught seated as well as standing. This particular form is adopted by UCLA for research, demonstrating its effect on increasing immunity, improving sleep quality, and decreasing the symptoms of depression. It is widely accepted that T'ai Chi improves balance and lowers high blood pressure. Because of its effectiveness this moving meditation has recently been written about in The New York Times, AARP National Magazine, and many other publications. Learning T'ai Chi Chih would be an excellent way to commit to improving your health and increasing your happiness now.   Great for beginners and seniors.Instructor: Siobhan Hutchinson, MA Holistic Health
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Japanese Jujitsu (ages 6-adults) - Japanese Jujitsu
Participants will learn techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Students will gain discipline, respect and self-confidence through training.Japanese Jujitsu - Advanced (ages 6+)In the advanced class, participants will expand on their techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Instructor: Devin Williams & April SalanLocation: Newtown Township Administration Building
 
7:35 PM - 8:35 PM    Japanese Jujitsu (ages 6-adults) - Japanese Jujitsu Advanced
Participants will learn techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Students will gain discipline, respect and self-confidence through training.Japanese Jujitsu - Advanced (ages 6+)In the advanced class, participants will expand on their techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Instructor: Devin Williams & April SalanLocation: Newtown Township Administration Building
 
Wednesday September 29, 2021
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Senior Fitness - Senior Fitness
A great safe workout where you will use light weights and bands to increase muscle strength. Chairs are used to maintain balance.  Great music that you will recognize. Come join the fun with a gentle workout and fun moves! (For active older adults). *Please bring your own 1-5 pound weights to class.Instructor: Harriett Simon
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Young Artists! Learn to Draw (Ages 8-15) - Young Artists! Learn to Draw (ages 8-15)
For the beginner and the more advanced artist! The goal of this class is to improve drawing techniques through individual instruction at each student’s individual pace. Different topics will be covered each session!*Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View*All levels welcome!
 
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM    Eat Smart to Feel Great - Eat Smart to Feel Great
Do you want to eat healthy but don’t know where to start? Tired of dieting and confused about fads like keto, paleo, intermittent fasting, cleansing, juicing and the rest? Come learn sound nutrition principles you can use for life from a registered Dietetic Technician.  Eat smart to feel great!Instructor: Theresa Prior
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Downsizing and Selling your Unwanted Things - Downsizing and Selling your Unwanted Things
Everything you need to know about downsizing your home and selling your unwanted things.  A handout will include the best auction houses to use. How to be careful when interested buyers come to your house will be discussed. We will touch upon why certain collectibles and other items are no longer desirable. Each participant will receive a handout and a copy of “My Antiques Journey” by author Bill D'Anjolell which sells for $24.95 on Amazon & local bookshops.Instructor: Bill D'Anjolell 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Adult Drawing & Sketching (Ages 16+) - Adult Drawing and Sketching (Ages 16+)
It’s never too late to start or practice something you love! In this class, participants will focus on perspective, form, modeling and more. All levels are welcome! *Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View *All levels welcome!
 
Thursday September 30, 2021
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Prince & Princess Ballet for Preschoolers! (ages 3-5) - Prince & Princess Ballet for Preschoolers!
Twirl your way to becoming a dancing prince or princess! Young ballet dancers will learn basic ballet positions, acro and how to move their bodies gracefully as they dance to their favorite songs. Ballet attire is not required but great fun!  Instructor: Kelli Robbins
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Self-Employment – Today's Alternative to W-2 Employment - Self Employment: Today's Alternative to W-2 Employment
Interested in being self-employed? This presentation will cover many important topics to help you decide when it is the RIGHT TIME to look at self-employment as an option to seeking W-2 employment. Instructor: Earl L. Sigmund CPA  Topics Covered: When is it the RIGHT TIME to look at self-employment as an option to seeking W-2 employment? The current way employers look at those who are willing to become self-employed How do you weigh and calculate the cash flow differences between an offer of self-employment versus an offer of W-2 employment? The effect of selecting the self-employment on your current PA unemployment benefits How do you replace a employer provided W-2 benefits package when you become self-employed? What are the additional typical costs involved in becoming self-employed? What are the typical tax write-off’s allowed when you select the self-employment option? How do you determine if you have what it takes to make it in the self-employment world?
 
Friday October 1, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Slow Flow Yoga - Adult Slow Flow Yoga
Learn to combine breathing, flowing postures and meditation in this gentle, but deep approach to Vinyasa yoga. Yoga poses are linked to breath to help reveal body awareness, inner strength and easeful opening. *Participants should bring a yoga mat.
 
Saturday October 2, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Creative Theatre (ages 7-10) - Creative Theatre (ages 7-10)
Have you ever wanted to star in a play you helped create? Join us as students learn all about theatre by doing it themselves!  Children are guided, by the instructors, through a process where they play theatre games, create a story, and work together to make that story into a working theatrical production. The participants create their own character, plot, props, costumes, title, and everything else that's needed to make the production complete. You get to play the part you have always dreamed of!   The final day is a performance of their original play for family and friends.Instructor: ArtsTechSolutions* Masks will be worn during all classes and rehearsals but will not be worn for the final performance.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Saturday Morning Art Series (ages 7-12) - CANDY-TOPIA
Saturday Morning Art Series (Ages 7-12)In these art class series, students will create art projects geared around popular themes. Various mediums will be explored which may include acrylic painting, pastel, mixed media/collage, 3D design, air clay, watercolor and more!  Students must be able to use scissors and glue guns independently. Please be aware some materials may contain allergens such as wheat and/or other foods.  If your child has allergies, please inform the instructor prior to registration.Instructor: Leigh FerelloCANDY-TOPIAThis series is all about CANDY! Students will create art inspired by popular candies, movies and more!MONSTER MANIAWhether they breathe fire or fly, this series will be inspired by famous mythical creatures. FOODIE FAVSThis series revolves around different food themes.  Please list any allergies as cereal, jelly beans, popcorn, dried beans, dried pasta, etc. may be used. 
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Saturday Morning Art Series (ages 7-12) - CANDY-TOPIA SERIES (4 classes)
Saturday Morning Art Series (Ages 7-12)In these art class series, students will create art projects geared around popular themes. Various mediums will be explored which may include acrylic painting, pastel, mixed media/collage, 3D design, air clay, watercolor and more!  Students must be able to use scissors and glue guns independently. Please be aware some materials may contain allergens such as wheat and/or other foods.  If your child has allergies, please inform the instructor prior to registration.Instructor: Leigh FerelloCANDY-TOPIAThis series is all about CANDY! Students will create art inspired by popular candies, movies and more!MONSTER MANIAWhether they breathe fire or fly, this series will be inspired by famous mythical creatures. FOODIE FAVSThis series revolves around different food themes.  Please list any allergies as cereal, jelly beans, popcorn, dried beans, dried pasta, etc. may be used. 
 
Sunday October 3, 2021
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    SAT Math Prep - SAT Math Workshop (ages 14-19)
Prepare for the Math portion of the SAT Reasoning Test with Newtown Township.  This four week preparation course will provide foundational skills for your student.  A small group setting will be utilized to maximize personal instruction.  The class will provide extensive practice and strategies from an experienced, licensed instructor. Homework will be provided to reinforce classroom discussion.*Participants must purchase the “Official SAT Study Guide 2020 Edition” by The College Board prior to class.Instructor is a PA Certified Math Teacher with 20+ years experience
 
Tuesday October 5, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM    Seniors Rock! (ages 55+) - Seniors Rock!
Increase your energy and productivity! This program focuses on maintaining a dynamic senior lifestyle. This motivational class includes gentle exercise routines and will touch on a variety of topics for day to day life on maintaining social interaction, staying active, stretching and exercise with discussions on health concerns, memory issues, adequate nutrition, supplements and finding joy in every day!Instructor: Florence Geller
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Japanese Jujitsu (ages 6-adults) - Japanese Jujitsu
Participants will learn techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Students will gain discipline, respect and self-confidence through training.Japanese Jujitsu - Advanced (ages 6+)In the advanced class, participants will expand on their techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Instructor: Devin Williams & April SalanLocation: Newtown Township Administration Building
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Understanding the Basics of Wills, Powers of Attorney & Probating an Estate - Understanding the Basics of Wills, Powers of Attorney & Probating an Estate
Learn the basics of a simple Will, what the terms mean, how to probate a Will and what happens if there isn’t a Will.  Learn about Durable Powers of Attorney & Living Wills.  Taught by an attorney with 30+ year’s experience. Instructor: Anne Porter, Esq.
 
7:35 PM - 8:35 PM    Japanese Jujitsu (ages 6-adults) - Japanese Jujitsu Advanced
Participants will learn techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Students will gain discipline, respect and self-confidence through training.Japanese Jujitsu - Advanced (ages 6+)In the advanced class, participants will expand on their techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Instructor: Devin Williams & April SalanLocation: Newtown Township Administration Building
 
Wednesday October 6, 2021
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Senior Fitness - Senior Fitness
A great safe workout where you will use light weights and bands to increase muscle strength. Chairs are used to maintain balance.  Great music that you will recognize. Come join the fun with a gentle workout and fun moves! (For active older adults). *Please bring your own 1-5 pound weights to class.Instructor: Harriett Simon
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Young Artists! Learn to Draw (Ages 8-15) - Young Artists! Learn to Draw (ages 8-15)
For the beginner and the more advanced artist! The goal of this class is to improve drawing techniques through individual instruction at each student’s individual pace. Different topics will be covered each session!*Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View*All levels welcome!
 
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM    Eat Smart to Feel Great - Eat Smart to Feel Great
Do you want to eat healthy but don’t know where to start? Tired of dieting and confused about fads like keto, paleo, intermittent fasting, cleansing, juicing and the rest? Come learn sound nutrition principles you can use for life from a registered Dietetic Technician.  Eat smart to feel great!Instructor: Theresa Prior
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Adult Drawing & Sketching (Ages 16+) - Adult Drawing and Sketching (Ages 16+)
It’s never too late to start or practice something you love! In this class, participants will focus on perspective, form, modeling and more. All levels are welcome! *Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View *All levels welcome!
 
Thursday October 7, 2021
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Prince & Princess Ballet for Preschoolers! (ages 3-5) - Prince & Princess Ballet for Preschoolers!
Twirl your way to becoming a dancing prince or princess! Young ballet dancers will learn basic ballet positions, acro and how to move their bodies gracefully as they dance to their favorite songs. Ballet attire is not required but great fun!  Instructor: Kelli Robbins
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Know Your Medicare Options - Know Your Medicare Options
During this seminar, you will learn: How Medicare works and what it covers. How Part “D” prescription cards work and how to pick the right one for you. The differences between Medicare supplements and Medicare Advantage plans. This seminar is suitable for anyone who may have decisions to make regarding medicare coverage or anyone wanting to learn and be prepared for the future. Presented by Steven Bobrin, a Medicare planning specialist with DelVal Senior Advisors.The seminar is free but pre-registration is required. 
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Terrarium Building - Terrarium Building
Join Marissa with The Art of Ecology for an evening of education and fun as we examine the importance of plants in our lives and about plant health care! Each participant can expect to bring home one finished terrarium to hang or to sit on a flat surface. All materials, including plants, will be provided, however if you would like to bring little accessories to enhance your terrarium, please feel free to! A portion of all proceeds from workshops with The Art of Ecology benefits Habitat & Plant Preservation Efforts.*A $15 materials fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class.Instructor: Marissa Jacobs, Art of Ecology
 
Friday October 8, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Slow Flow Yoga - Adult Slow Flow Yoga
Learn to combine breathing, flowing postures and meditation in this gentle, but deep approach to Vinyasa yoga. Yoga poses are linked to breath to help reveal body awareness, inner strength and easeful opening. *Participants should bring a yoga mat.
 
Saturday October 9, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Creative Theatre (ages 7-10) - Creative Theatre (ages 7-10)
Have you ever wanted to star in a play you helped create? Join us as students learn all about theatre by doing it themselves!  Children are guided, by the instructors, through a process where they play theatre games, create a story, and work together to make that story into a working theatrical production. The participants create their own character, plot, props, costumes, title, and everything else that's needed to make the production complete. You get to play the part you have always dreamed of!   The final day is a performance of their original play for family and friends.Instructor: ArtsTechSolutions* Masks will be worn during all classes and rehearsals but will not be worn for the final performance.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Saturday Morning Art Series (ages 7-12) - MONSTER MANIA
Saturday Morning Art Series (Ages 7-12)In these art class series, students will create art projects geared around popular themes. Various mediums will be explored which may include acrylic painting, pastel, mixed media/collage, 3D design, air clay, watercolor and more!  Students must be able to use scissors and glue guns independently. Please be aware some materials may contain allergens such as wheat and/or other foods.  If your child has allergies, please inform the instructor prior to registration.Instructor: Leigh FerelloCANDY-TOPIAThis series is all about CANDY! Students will create art inspired by popular candies, movies and more!MONSTER MANIAWhether they breathe fire or fly, this series will be inspired by famous mythical creatures. FOODIE FAVSThis series revolves around different food themes.  Please list any allergies as cereal, jelly beans, popcorn, dried beans, dried pasta, etc. may be used. 
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Saturday Morning Art Series (ages 7-12) - MONSTER MANIA SERIES (4 classes)
Saturday Morning Art Series (Ages 7-12)In these art class series, students will create art projects geared around popular themes. Various mediums will be explored which may include acrylic painting, pastel, mixed media/collage, 3D design, air clay, watercolor and more!  Students must be able to use scissors and glue guns independently. Please be aware some materials may contain allergens such as wheat and/or other foods.  If your child has allergies, please inform the instructor prior to registration.Instructor: Leigh FerelloCANDY-TOPIAThis series is all about CANDY! Students will create art inspired by popular candies, movies and more!MONSTER MANIAWhether they breathe fire or fly, this series will be inspired by famous mythical creatures. FOODIE FAVSThis series revolves around different food themes.  Please list any allergies as cereal, jelly beans, popcorn, dried beans, dried pasta, etc. may be used. 
 
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Fall & Winter Gardening - Fall & Winter Gardening
Join a master gardener and get inspired to actively garden throughout the cold weather. Prepare your garden soil for overwintering, compost leaves, save your own seeds, plant spring flowering bulbs, care for perennial vegetables and flowers, take cuttings to preserve plants, store frost sensitive roots and rhizomes, raise salad greens indoors, and sprout seeds for their freshest flavor. Bring your questions, and share with the group. Instructor: Mary Crum, Master Gardner P.S.E.S.
 
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Fall & Winter Gardening - Fall & Winter Gardening
Join a master gardener and get inspired to actively garden throughout the cold weather. Prepare your garden soil for overwintering, compost leaves, save your own seeds, plant spring flowering bulbs, care for perennial vegetables and flowers, take cuttings to preserve plants, store frost sensitive roots and rhizomes, raise salad greens indoors, and sprout seeds for their freshest flavor. Bring your questions, and share with the group. Instructor: Mary Crum, Master Gardner P.S.E.S.
 
Sunday October 10, 2021
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    SAT Math Prep - SAT Math Workshop (ages 14-19)
Prepare for the Math portion of the SAT Reasoning Test with Newtown Township.  This four week preparation course will provide foundational skills for your student.  A small group setting will be utilized to maximize personal instruction.  The class will provide extensive practice and strategies from an experienced, licensed instructor. Homework will be provided to reinforce classroom discussion.*Participants must purchase the “Official SAT Study Guide 2020 Edition” by The College Board prior to class.Instructor is a PA Certified Math Teacher with 20+ years experience
 
Tuesday October 12, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM    Seniors Rock! (ages 55+) - Seniors Rock!
Increase your energy and productivity! This program focuses on maintaining a dynamic senior lifestyle. This motivational class includes gentle exercise routines and will touch on a variety of topics for day to day life on maintaining social interaction, staying active, stretching and exercise with discussions on health concerns, memory issues, adequate nutrition, supplements and finding joy in every day!Instructor: Florence Geller
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Beginner’s T'ai Chi Chih® (Non-Martial Art) - Beginner’s T'ai Chi Chih® (Non-Martial Art)
T'ai Chi Chih is a gentle, mindful, moving meditation with many health benefits that may be taught seated as well as standing. This particular form is adopted by UCLA for research, demonstrating its effect on increasing immunity, improving sleep quality, and decreasing the symptoms of depression. It is widely accepted that T'ai Chi improves balance and lowers high blood pressure. Because of its effectiveness this moving meditation has recently been written about in The New York Times, AARP National Magazine, and many other publications. Learning T'ai Chi Chih would be an excellent way to commit to improving your health and increasing your happiness now.   Great for beginners and seniors.Instructor: Siobhan Hutchinson, MA Holistic Health
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Japanese Jujitsu (ages 6-adults) - Japanese Jujitsu
Participants will learn techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Students will gain discipline, respect and self-confidence through training.Japanese Jujitsu - Advanced (ages 6+)In the advanced class, participants will expand on their techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Instructor: Devin Williams & April SalanLocation: Newtown Township Administration Building
 
7:35 PM - 8:35 PM    Japanese Jujitsu (ages 6-adults) - Japanese Jujitsu Advanced
Participants will learn techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Students will gain discipline, respect and self-confidence through training.Japanese Jujitsu - Advanced (ages 6+)In the advanced class, participants will expand on their techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Instructor: Devin Williams & April SalanLocation: Newtown Township Administration Building
 
Wednesday October 13, 2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Asian Cuisine - Asian Cuisine
Expand your culinary expertise with different flavors from the Far East in a fun and informative atmosphere.  Learn how to make delicious dishes from Asia in this hands-on cooking class taught step by step. Every session will have different menu. *A $15 materials fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class.Instructor: Amelia Chong 
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Young Artists! Learn to Draw (Ages 8-15) - Young Artists! Learn to Draw (ages 8-15)
For the beginner and the more advanced artist! The goal of this class is to improve drawing techniques through individual instruction at each student’s individual pace. Different topics will be covered each session!*Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View*All levels welcome!
 
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM    Eat Smart to Feel Great - Eat Smart to Feel Great
Do you want to eat healthy but don’t know where to start? Tired of dieting and confused about fads like keto, paleo, intermittent fasting, cleansing, juicing and the rest? Come learn sound nutrition principles you can use for life from a registered Dietetic Technician.  Eat smart to feel great!Instructor: Theresa Prior
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Adult Drawing & Sketching (Ages 16+) - Adult Drawing and Sketching (Ages 16+)
It’s never too late to start or practice something you love! In this class, participants will focus on perspective, form, modeling and more. All levels are welcome! *Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View *All levels welcome!
 
Thursday October 14, 2021
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM    Prince & Princess Ballet for Preschoolers! (ages 3-5) - Prince & Princess Ballet for Preschoolers!
Twirl your way to becoming a dancing prince or princess! Young ballet dancers will learn basic ballet positions, acro and how to move their bodies gracefully as they dance to their favorite songs. Ballet attire is not required but great fun!  Instructor: Kelli Robbins
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Acrylic Pouring (Ages 8 to Adult) - Acrylic Pouring - Floral
Acrylic paint pouring is a form of abstract painting using fluid acrylic paints. You don’t apply the paint with a brush but use gravity to move the paint by pouring, puddling and dripping onto your canvas. It’s a lot of fun and a great way to spark your creative energy!  Dress for a MESS! Acrylic paint does stain, so please dress accordingly.  You will be bringing home a wet painting and will need to let it air dry for several days.* Ages 8 - 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
 
Friday October 15, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Slow Flow Yoga - Adult Slow Flow Yoga
Learn to combine breathing, flowing postures and meditation in this gentle, but deep approach to Vinyasa yoga. Yoga poses are linked to breath to help reveal body awareness, inner strength and easeful opening. *Participants should bring a yoga mat.
 
Saturday October 16, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Creative Theatre (ages 7-10) - Creative Theatre (ages 7-10)
Have you ever wanted to star in a play you helped create? Join us as students learn all about theatre by doing it themselves!  Children are guided, by the instructors, through a process where they play theatre games, create a story, and work together to make that story into a working theatrical production. The participants create their own character, plot, props, costumes, title, and everything else that's needed to make the production complete. You get to play the part you have always dreamed of!   The final day is a performance of their original play for family and friends.Instructor: ArtsTechSolutions* Masks will be worn during all classes and rehearsals but will not be worn for the final performance.
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Saturday Morning Art Series (ages 7-12) - MONSTER MANIA
Saturday Morning Art Series (Ages 7-12)In these art class series, students will create art projects geared around popular themes. Various mediums will be explored which may include acrylic painting, pastel, mixed media/collage, 3D design, air clay, watercolor and more!  Students must be able to use scissors and glue guns independently. Please be aware some materials may contain allergens such as wheat and/or other foods.  If your child has allergies, please inform the instructor prior to registration.Instructor: Leigh FerelloCANDY-TOPIAThis series is all about CANDY! Students will create art inspired by popular candies, movies and more!MONSTER MANIAWhether they breathe fire or fly, this series will be inspired by famous mythical creatures. FOODIE FAVSThis series revolves around different food themes.  Please list any allergies as cereal, jelly beans, popcorn, dried beans, dried pasta, etc. may be used. 
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Saturday Morning Art Series (ages 7-12) - MONSTER MANIA SERIES (4 classes)
Saturday Morning Art Series (Ages 7-12)In these art class series, students will create art projects geared around popular themes. Various mediums will be explored which may include acrylic painting, pastel, mixed media/collage, 3D design, air clay, watercolor and more!  Students must be able to use scissors and glue guns independently. Please be aware some materials may contain allergens such as wheat and/or other foods.  If your child has allergies, please inform the instructor prior to registration.Instructor: Leigh FerelloCANDY-TOPIAThis series is all about CANDY! Students will create art inspired by popular candies, movies and more!MONSTER MANIAWhether they breathe fire or fly, this series will be inspired by famous mythical creatures. FOODIE FAVSThis series revolves around different food themes.  Please list any allergies as cereal, jelly beans, popcorn, dried beans, dried pasta, etc. may be used. 
 
Sunday October 17, 2021
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Hot Process Soap Making for Beginners - Hot Process Soap Making for Beginners
Learn how to make your own soap from start to finish. This class focuses on the beginner soap maker, no prior soap making experience is required. The soap making process taught is Hot Process using a Crock Pot.  You will make a batch of soap to take home with you!  * A $25 materials fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class.Instructor: Venessa Phipps, owner DeGanya Aromatics
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    SAT Math Prep - SAT Math Workshop (ages 14-19)
Prepare for the Math portion of the SAT Reasoning Test with Newtown Township.  This four week preparation course will provide foundational skills for your student.  A small group setting will be utilized to maximize personal instruction.  The class will provide extensive practice and strategies from an experienced, licensed instructor. Homework will be provided to reinforce classroom discussion.*Participants must purchase the “Official SAT Study Guide 2020 Edition” by The College Board prior to class.Instructor is a PA Certified Math Teacher with 20+ years experience
 
Tuesday October 19, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM    Seniors Rock! (ages 55+) - Seniors Rock!
Increase your energy and productivity! This program focuses on maintaining a dynamic senior lifestyle. This motivational class includes gentle exercise routines and will touch on a variety of topics for day to day life on maintaining social interaction, staying active, stretching and exercise with discussions on health concerns, memory issues, adequate nutrition, supplements and finding joy in every day!Instructor: Florence Geller
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Beginner’s T'ai Chi Chih® (Non-Martial Art) - Beginner’s T'ai Chi Chih® (Non-Martial Art)
T'ai Chi Chih is a gentle, mindful, moving meditation with many health benefits that may be taught seated as well as standing. This particular form is adopted by UCLA for research, demonstrating its effect on increasing immunity, improving sleep quality, and decreasing the symptoms of depression. It is widely accepted that T'ai Chi improves balance and lowers high blood pressure. Because of its effectiveness this moving meditation has recently been written about in The New York Times, AARP National Magazine, and many other publications. Learning T'ai Chi Chih would be an excellent way to commit to improving your health and increasing your happiness now.   Great for beginners and seniors.Instructor: Siobhan Hutchinson, MA Holistic Health
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Japanese Jujitsu (ages 6-adults) - Japanese Jujitsu
Participants will learn techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Students will gain discipline, respect and self-confidence through training.Japanese Jujitsu - Advanced (ages 6+)In the advanced class, participants will expand on their techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Instructor: Devin Williams & April SalanLocation: Newtown Township Administration Building
 
7:35 PM - 8:35 PM    Japanese Jujitsu (ages 6-adults) - Japanese Jujitsu Advanced
Participants will learn techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Students will gain discipline, respect and self-confidence through training.Japanese Jujitsu - Advanced (ages 6+)In the advanced class, participants will expand on their techniques for defense including: kicking, punching, blocking, grappling, throws and proper falls. Instructor: Devin Williams & April SalanLocation: Newtown Township Administration Building
 
Wednesday October 20, 2021
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM    Senior Fitness - Senior Fitness
A great safe workout where you will use light weights and bands to increase muscle strength. Chairs are used to maintain balance.  Great music that you will recognize. Come join the fun with a gentle workout and fun moves! (For active older adults). *Please bring your own 1-5 pound weights to class.Instructor: Harriett Simon
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Young Artists! Learn to Draw (Ages 8-15) - Young Artists! Learn to Draw (ages 8-15)
For the beginner and the more advanced artist! The goal of this class is to improve drawing techniques through individual instruction at each student’s individual pace. Different topics will be covered each session!*Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View*All levels welcome!
 
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM    Eat Smart to Feel Great - Eat Smart to Feel Great
Do you want to eat healthy but don’t know where to start? Tired of dieting and confused about fads like keto, paleo, intermittent fasting, cleansing, juicing and the rest? Come learn sound nutrition principles you can use for life from a registered Dietetic Technician.  Eat smart to feel great!Instructor: Theresa Prior
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Learn to Draw: Adult Drawing & Sketching (Ages 16+) - Adult Drawing and Sketching (Ages 16+)
It’s never too late to start or practice something you love! In this class, participants will focus on perspective, form, modeling and more. All levels are welcome! *Please bring to class: 18 x 24 sketchpad, colored pencils, two or more charcoal pencils, drawing pencils and an eraser. A portable easel or drawing board is optional.Instructor: Mary Barnett, A Room with a View *All levels welcome!