Beaded Jewelry Making During each session, students will learn different techniques to design and create beautiful jewelry using fine, high-end Swarovski and Czech crystals, glass, wood, ceramic beads; natural stones, cultured pearls, sterling silver and pewter charms, pendants, etc. from our large selection. You will learn how to professionally finish necklaces and bracelets using various techniques to attach clasps. Students will create necklaces, earrings, and bracelets of their choice and take them home at the end of each class. All tools and supplies are provided and included in the fee. Instructor: Shirley Cahela Dates: (Individual Classes) Please note Registration Deadline is 1 week prior to class. April 18, 25 May 2,9,16,23,30 Day and Time: Tuesdays, 10:30 - 12:30 pm Fees: $25 Members / $35 Non-Members (Groups / Jewelry Parties By Appointment)

June 5th -9th Summer Camp Week Beginning Sewing Camp Want to sew on a button or make gifts for your family and friends? Basic sewing will help you learn the basic hand sewing stitches and how to use a sewing machine for a variety of projects. Students will complete 6 - 8 projects during the week. Material included in the fee. Instructor: Becky Rutz & Gloria Gaines Ages: 10 & up Days/Dates: Monday-Friday, June 5th-9th Time: 1:00p.m. - 4:00p.m. Price: Members: $125.00/ Non Members: $135.00 Registration Deadline:  May 29th

Stained Glass Class Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Join the talented Pam Coppola and learn the techniques to making beautiful Stained Glass! Instructor: Pam Coppola Day/Dates: Thursday,  June 8, 15, 22, 29 and July 6 Time:  10a.m. - 1p.m. Fee: $200- Members/ $210 -  Non-Members (Includes $50 Supply Fee) REGISTRATION DEADLINE: June 1st

Stained Glass Class Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Join the talented Pam Coppola and learn the techniques to making beautiful Stained Glass! Instructor: Pam Coppola Time:  6-9p.m. Day/Dates: Thursday,   June 8, 15, 22, 29 and July 6 Registration Deadline: June 1st Fee: $200 Members/ $210 Non-Members (Includes $50 Supply Fee)  

Orff Workshop Mark Hugh Malone, Ph.D., William Carey University Current Music Education Philosopher, David Elliott espouses a Praxial Music approach, indicating that music is a practice, it is something humans do. And, the best way to learn music is by “making music!” The new 2014 National Standards for Music Education places a firm emphasis on creating music, encouraging improvisation and composition as early as Pre-K continuing through 12th grade. In a performance-driven music focus in the 21st century, how is it possible for teachers to encourage students to make music creatively?   Engage in hands-on creative learning through the Orff Approach to music education. Carl Orff’s ideas that combine rhythmic activity, movement, and improvisation through singing, playing recorder, dance, and playing the barred-instruments he developed for use with children are so positively compelling for students and teachers, alike. Below are topics to be experienced:   1-Recognizing rhythmic patterns, steady-beat, rhymes and rhythms for clapping and patting, 2-Solfege Singing 3-Recorder Improvisation and playing 4-Movement Activities 5-Dance 6-Creative Improvisation (instant drama) 7-Games 8-Adding Orff rhythm, music, movement to story books   Dr. Mark Malone holds Orff Level Three Certification and has over 40 years of music teaching experience in public schools, community college, and university settings. Having led hundreds of workshops for teachers, Dr. Malone also is a frequent faculty member with the Whole Schools Summer Institute that encourages teachers to present basic subject matter through the arts.   Formerly Director of Choral Music at Pearl River Community College, Malone’s ensembles have performed in New York City, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Nashville, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Seattle, as well as in London, Paris, Edinburgh, and Cardiff.   Dr. Malone is currently Professor of Music and Coordinator of Music Education at William Carey University in Hattiesburg. He has partnered with the MS Arts Commission three times, serving as Coordinator for The Choral Music of William Grant Still Project, Curriculum Designer for The MS Blues Trail and Beyond, and Writer/Creator of The Mississippi Bicentennial Journey, 1817-2017: A Curriculum, is a frequent adjudicator of choral festivals/showchoir contests, and has served as a member of the State Music Standards Revision Committee. Instructor: Dr. Mark Malone Day/Date: Friday, June 9th Time: 9:00a.m.- noon, 1 hour lunch, 1:00p.m.- 4:00p.m. Cost: Workshop Only: $45.00 For CEU Credit (Continuing Education Units), please make check for $10.00 out to William Carey University

Stained Glass Class Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Join the extremely talented Pam Coppola and learn the techniques to making beautiful Stained Glass! Instructor: Pam Coppola Time:  10am-2pm Day/Dates: Friday, June 9, 16, 23, 30 and July 7 Registration Deadline: June 2nd Fee: $200 Members/ $210 Non-Members (Includes $50 Supply Fee)  

June 12th -16th Summer Camp Week Beginning Sewing Camp Want to sew on a button or make gifts for your family and friends? Basic sewing will help you learn the basic hand sewing stitches and how to use a sewing machine for a variety of projects. Students will complete 6 – 8 projects during the week. Material included in the fee. Instructor: Becky Rutz & Gloria Gaines Ages: 10 & up Days/Dates: Monday-Friday, June 12th-16th Time: 1:00p.m. – 4:00p.m. Price: Members: $125.00/ Non Members: $135.00 Registration Deadline:  June 5th

June 19th - 23rd Summer Camp Week Beginning Sewing Camp Want to sew on a button or make gifts for your family and friends? Basic sewing will help you learn the basic hand sewing stitches and how to use a sewing machine for a variety of projects. Students will complete 6 – 8 projects during the week. Material included in the fee. Instructor: Becky Rutz & Gloria Gaines Ages: 10 & up Days/Dates: Monday-Friday, June 19th-23rd Time: 9:00a.m. – 12:00pm Price: Members: $125.00/ Non Members: $135.00 Registration Deadline:  June 12th

June 19th – 23rd Summer Camp Week Intermediate Sewing Camp If you participated in a Basic Sewing class, this class is designed to hone your skills as well as teach you a few new techniques. Selecting a pattern, choosing material, cutting, sewing and finishing a project.. Students will complete approximately 4 projects during the week. Materials included in supply fee. Instructor: : Becky Rutz & Gloria Gaines Ages: 10 & up Days/Dates: Monday-Friday, June 19th-23rd Time: 1:00p.m. – 4:00pm Price: Members: $125.00/ Non Members: $135.00 Registration Deadline:  June 12th

June 26th – 30th  Summer Camp Week Intermediate Sewing Camp If you participated in a Basic Sewing class, this class is designed to hone your skills as well as teach you a few new techniques. Selecting a pattern, choosing material, cutting, sewing and finishing a project.. Students will complete approximately 4 projects during the week. Materials included in supply fee. Instructor: : Becky Rutz & Gloria Gaines Ages: 10 & up Days/Dates: Monday-Friday, June 26th-30th Time: 9:00a.m. - 12:00p.m. Price: Members: $125.00/ Non Members: $135.00 Registration Deadline:  June 19th