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  1. Acrylic Painting Workshop - December

    December 13, 2019, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Civic Center Conference Room 428

    Class 1 (Wednesday): Basic Landscape Painting Learn basic landscape painting skills including composition, how to use the materials, and mixing/blending colors. Students will draw a preliminary sketch for a painting and begin painting it during this class Class 2 (Thursday): Acrylic Painting Part 2 Students will learn blending techniques, how to layer paint, brush stroke techniques, and will be able to continue work on their painting Class 3 (Friday): Acrylic Painting Part 3 Students will work on their paintings and receive one-on-one attention from the instructor, ending discussion

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  2. Fun with Clay for Adults

    December 13, 2019, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Civic Center Community Room 331

    Working with clay is a fun, stress relieving activity for adults. No matter what you end up making, there is pride in creating something entirely from scratch with your hands. Learn a brand new skill or develop an existing skill with our expert instructor Connie Foss. Connie will guide you in creating anything you can imagine from a portrait of your pup to hand made gifts for your family. All skill levels are welcome, just bring a great attitude and be ready to have Fun with Clay! Ages 15 and up.

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  3. Shing Yi & Ba Gua

    December 13, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Civic Center Activity Room (3rd Floor)

    Similar to Tai Chi, Shing Yi is an internal martial art that focuses on the 5 elements for moving meditation (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) Each element represents a particular organ in the body. When done correctly the practicing of the 5 elements can refine one's body and mind. Students will learn the proper movements, alignment and learn to incorporate breathing with movements. For those interested the class will also teach Ba Gua which is another internal arts form. Ba Gau is also based on the principles of movement and stillness, opening and closing, expanding and contracting, rising and falling, crossing and turning. Through these slow even movements students will learn to balance the body and mind. First Class is Free!

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  4. Fun with Clay for Kids

    December 13, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Civic Center Community Room 331

    Clay is one of the most effective art mediums for children to discover and develop their creative and learning skills. The process of working with this natural material to create a unique clay project supports personalized learning, sensory development, fine motor skills, self esteem, self expression, problem solving skills, discipline and pride in a child. In addition, clay has a well documented therapeutic quality that settles and calms children. Join us at the Civic Center and allow your child or teen to explore their creativity in a fun and friendly environment while learning a new skill. They will create hand built clay projects of their choosing and then finish those projects with paint.

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  5. Shing Yi & Ba Gua

    December 18, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Civic Center Activity Room (3rd Floor)

    Similar to Tai Chi, Shing Yi is an internal martial art that focuses on the 5 elements for moving meditation (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) Each element represents a particular organ in the body. When done correctly the practicing of the 5 elements can refine one's body and mind. Students will learn the proper movements, alignment and learn to incorporate breathing with movements. For those interested the class will also teach Ba Gua which is another internal arts form. Ba Gau is also based on the principles of movement and stillness, opening and closing, expanding and contracting, rising and falling, crossing and turning. Through these slow even movements students will learn to balance the body and mind. First Class is Free!

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  6. Fun with Clay for Adults

    December 20, 2019, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Civic Center Community Room 331

    Working with clay is a fun, stress relieving activity for adults. No matter what you end up making, there is pride in creating something entirely from scratch with your hands. Learn a brand new skill or develop an existing skill with our expert instructor Connie Foss. Connie will guide you in creating anything you can imagine from a portrait of your pup to hand made gifts for your family. All skill levels are welcome, just bring a great attitude and be ready to have Fun with Clay! Ages 15 and up.

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  7. Shing Yi & Ba Gua

    December 20, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Civic Center Activity Room (3rd Floor)

    Similar to Tai Chi, Shing Yi is an internal martial art that focuses on the 5 elements for moving meditation (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) Each element represents a particular organ in the body. When done correctly the practicing of the 5 elements can refine one's body and mind. Students will learn the proper movements, alignment and learn to incorporate breathing with movements. For those interested the class will also teach Ba Gua which is another internal arts form. Ba Gau is also based on the principles of movement and stillness, opening and closing, expanding and contracting, rising and falling, crossing and turning. Through these slow even movements students will learn to balance the body and mind. First Class is Free!

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  8. Fun with Clay for Kids

    December 20, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Civic Center Community Room 331

    Clay is one of the most effective art mediums for children to discover and develop their creative and learning skills. The process of working with this natural material to create a unique clay project supports personalized learning, sensory development, fine motor skills, self esteem, self expression, problem solving skills, discipline and pride in a child. In addition, clay has a well documented therapeutic quality that settles and calms children. Join us at the Civic Center and allow your child or teen to explore their creativity in a fun and friendly environment while learning a new skill. They will create hand built clay projects of their choosing and then finish those projects with paint.

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  9. Card Making Workshop

    December 20, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM @ Prescott Valley Civic Center

    Want to get creative in a friendly and fun environment while also learning a new skill? Join our Card Making Workshop for just that! Enjoy being with your friends (or meeting new ones) and unwinding as you get creative and see your finished craft project. During each class, you will be led by expert crafter and instructor Dolly Werner in creating beautiful, unique greeting cards perfect for Birthdays, Holidays, or just to send someone well wishes. You will leave every class with a beautiful set of 4 greeting cards for only $20 per class (that's less than most store bought cards) and there is nothing better than giving someone a card you made by hand. Whatever level of crafting skill set you possess, this class is for you! Ages 15 and up.

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  10. Shing Yi & Ba Gua

    December 25, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Civic Center Activity Room (3rd Floor)

    Similar to Tai Chi, Shing Yi is an internal martial art that focuses on the 5 elements for moving meditation (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) Each element represents a particular organ in the body. When done correctly the practicing of the 5 elements can refine one's body and mind. Students will learn the proper movements, alignment and learn to incorporate breathing with movements. For those interested the class will also teach Ba Gua which is another internal arts form. Ba Gau is also based on the principles of movement and stillness, opening and closing, expanding and contracting, rising and falling, crossing and turning. Through these slow even movements students will learn to balance the body and mind. First Class is Free!

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  11. Shing Yi & Ba Gua

    December 27, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Civic Center Activity Room (3rd Floor)

    Similar to Tai Chi, Shing Yi is an internal martial art that focuses on the 5 elements for moving meditation (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) Each element represents a particular organ in the body. When done correctly the practicing of the 5 elements can refine one's body and mind. Students will learn the proper movements, alignment and learn to incorporate breathing with movements. For those interested the class will also teach Ba Gua which is another internal arts form. Ba Gau is also based on the principles of movement and stillness, opening and closing, expanding and contracting, rising and falling, crossing and turning. Through these slow even movements students will learn to balance the body and mind. First Class is Free!

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