This two night class will be an exploration of how to utilize eBay, the on-line auction, as a buyer or seller. We will walk you through how to create an account, the eBay fee structure, and the anatomy of a sale. Describing and photographing items, tips, tricks, and pitfalls will be discussed. A short discussion about tax liability and eBay No-No’s will be included. Laptop computers will be available for your use. This course is for the eBay novice or dabbler, so bring your questions to class for discussion.
This hands-on course gives you the opportunity to bring your small engine equipment (ie. lawnmower, snow blower, weed wacker, small outboard, etc.) into the shop to learn how to maintain and repair most minor problems you may encounter during the year. You will learn basic theory that will help you understand how an engine works, how to troubleshoot problems, maintain your engine, and how and where to order parts. You must get instructor’s approval on the item you’re repairing at least 2 weeks before the course begins. This course is designed for beginners.
In this course, we will start with the basics of photography. We’ll cover the settings that all cameras share, to the basics of light and composition. It doesn’t matter what kind of camera you have—from a smartphone to a DSLR—the basics of photography remain unchanged. If your camera is a phone, we’ll talk about some different camera apps that can give you the same controls that regular cameras have. The goal is to create great images. Understanding how your camera functions will help you make more compelling images that you can be proud of. Bring your camera of choice to class!
Join Danica for an introductory class in crochet (that’s the one with the hook, not the two needles). Crochet is a really quick and fun way to make some unique and trendy items, including those faux fur pom-poms! Learn about the different types of yarn, hooks, stitches, sources, and how to read a pattern. Once you get started, choose a beginner or intermediate pattern to crochet a hat, scarf, or cowl of your very own! The first class includes starter materials; students will then choose their own project and materials with instructor guidance. This is a course for beginners or those that would like a refresher.
Starting a podcast may seem like a challenge, but anyone can launch one whether or is about a passion, hobby, or for a business. Learn the steps needed to create, launch, and grow a successful podcast. This one-night class will show you how to develop your podcast idea, choose hardware, and create an RSS feed. As time permits, other topics that could be covered include naming the podcast, formulating, considering artwork, choosing a media host, and submitting it to destinations like Apple Podcasts and Spotify.