2018 Schedule:

All youth classes are $3 a class or $24 for the full 8 week session.

Space is limited, please complete a registration form before class start date to reserve your spot.

Spring: March 12 – May 11 (Spring Break – no classes: 3/26-4/2);   Summer: June 18 – August 10   Fall: October 1-November 30;

All adults classes are $6 a class or $48 for the full 8 week session.

Line Dance

Mondays, 6:00-7:30pm

Line Dance

Taught by Annie “China” McIntosh

This choreographed dance program provides opportunities for adult men and women to learn the latest line dances while promoting health and wellness. 

Creative Crafts 

Tuesdays, 10:00-11:30am

Creative Crafts

Taught by Lauren Siegel

Creative Crafts will invite students into a world of small crafts, many made of inexpensive materials and using household objects. Students will experiment with candle making, soap making, hand crafted paper, and other fun projects.

**Pay a one time $10 fee for an eight week class

African Drumming

Tuesday 6:30-7:30pm

African Drumming

Taught by Jumoke Ajanku

Senior Clay

Wednesdays 10:00-11:30am

senior clay

 Taught by Carolyn Phillips 

Open to adults of all levels from inexperienced to accomplished ceramic artist. Students will explore possibilities and limitations of traditional and non-traditional hand building techniques of creating clay. Creations will be of student’s choice. Craftsmanship will be emphasized through out the creative process.

**Pay a one time $10 fee for an eight week class


Wednesdays, 6:00-8:00pm

Sewing Class

Taught by Iqrama Muhammad

Learning to Sew Part 1:  

All about the Sewing Machine

Learn how to use the sewing machine safely and confidently.  Identify sewing machine parts and understand sewing terminology. Practice your machine sewing skills to make practical seams and hems, buttonholes, insert a zipper and complete a small zipped pouch.  Sewing machine helpful but not required.

Fabric and supplies not included.


Learning to Sew Part 2:  

Beginning Pattern Reading & Garment Construction

Learn how to choose and begin to use a commercial garment making pattern. Understand how to size and take measurements, read pattern markings, make fabric choices, pattern and fabric cutting and constructing a basic skirt or other beginner garment.  Prerequisite: Learning to Sew Part 1.  Sewing machine helpful but not required.

Fabric and supplies not included.

Hand Dance

Thursdays 6:00-7:00p 

Hand Dance

Taught by Tina Wilkinson & Wayne Jackson

Baltimore style partner dance. Hand Dance is an improvisational form of swing style partner dancing developed in the Washington, DC area in the early 1950s by African Americans. The dance evolved from the early Lindy Hop and Jitterbug dance styles of the 1930s and 1940s.  Hand Dance is rooted in the floor version of swing unlike Lindy and Jitterbug.  Individual style and interpretation is key in important to the dance as well as the gliding footwork and continuous hand connection between the partners, hence its name.