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Adult Classes


Not sure if a class is right for you?

Come try the first class for a drop-in fee. If you decide to take the class, you may register after class at the main office. The drop-in in fee will be applied to the class fee if you register within 24 hours. Drop-in fees do not apply to classes that meet only once.



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General Interest


Creating Mandalas Workshopmandala

Ages: 13+. Mandalas are fun to create and also provide a good way to de-stress and reduce anxiety. Grab a friend and come play! Supply list includes plain white sketching paper or sketch book (9X 12 or smaller), Mechanical or sharp pencil and white eraser, math compass for making circles, 12 inch ruler, fine tip black maker pen and gel pens, makers, color pencils. Instructor: Jennifer Durand.

4/28 . . . Su . . . 2-4p . . . $5 Donation accepted at registration



Declutter and Organize Your HomeGeneral Interest Classes

Confused with all the magazine, TV and video advice on organizing and decluttering your life and home?  No need to be overwhelmed – work with me and build a customized solution made just for you. This two session class will provide you with tips and tools to develop your own personalized plan of action that will work for your lifestyle -- get rid of the stress and feel happy in your home again! Instructor, Patricia Hillyer of Your Style Connection.
4/29 & 5/6 . . . M . . . 6-8p . . . $16 ID/$20 OD


Get Prepared!

CERT (Community Emergency Response Team), will be holding monthly meetings regarding disaster preparedness in the northwest Eugene area. Although these meetings will be geared towards the Northwest Quadrant (NWQ), we understand there are many people outside that area looking for ways to better their own neighborhoods. If you are interested in seeing what we are all about, please feel free to join us. Although CERT is the platform for these meetings, there are many members of our community that have much to offer that are not CERT trained. Anyone interested in disaster preparedness is welcome to join. The goal is to become more educated and better prepared. For more information or ways to get involved - Email: The Eugene Northwest District Lead at certnorthwesteugene@gmail.com.Group meets the second Saturday of every month at Emerald Park Community Center, Room 2.
4/13, 5/11, 6/8 . . . Sa . . . 10a-12p

Lane Writers Series

We have so much local talent! Enjoy monthly authors’ readings of poetry, fiction, non-fiction...you name it! This FREE reading series is held at the River Road Annex, 1055 River Road. Authors’ books are available for purchase and refreshments are served.
4/28, 5/26, 6/23 . . . Su . . . 4:30-6p . . . Free


Shouldn’t You Be Doing Voice-Overs?

You’ve heard Lisa Foster on TV and radio commercials! Now hear Lisa live as she illustrates how you could actually begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, and videos! Most people go about it the wrong way. Lisa will show you a unique, outside the box way to cash in on one of the most lucrative full or part-time careers out there! This is a business that you can handle on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with practically no overhead! And NOW is the best time to make this happen as new companies are looking for new voices like never before. This exciting and fun class could be the game changer you’ve been looking for! Lisa Foster’s voice can be heard on commercials and narrations for such clients as: Crest Toothpaste, Olay, Café Appassionato, LA Weight Loss, Advanced Laser Clinics and Sleep Train.
4/22 . . . M . . . 6:30-8:30p . . . $30 ID/$40 OD


Urban Homesteading 


We hope you can join us for one or more of our homesteading classes!
4/3-6/9 . . . W . . . 7-9p

Cost per class: $20 ID/$23 OD   

Instructor: Kevin Prier


Treat Yourself

Learn how to make your own soothing herbal skin cream, luxurious soaps, candied and pickled ginger, and essential oil mists, massage oils, and more to treat yourself or to give as special gifts.

4/3 - Balms and Salves
Learn to make a variety of skin creams, lip balms, and herbal salves for gifts or a treat for yourself. Take home some lip balm and herbal salve.


4/10 - Soap Making
Learn the basics of making bar soap from scratch. We will discuss the chemistry of saponification, properties of different base oils and local sources, and fragrance oils and other additives while we make a batch of soap. You will also learn how to make liquid soap and two forms of laundry soap. Take home a share of the soap we produce.


4/17 - Ginger Treats
Ginger can be used for a number of sweet or savory treats. Come cook up a batch of candied ginger, ginger syrup, ginger sugar, and pickled ginger for sushi. These all make great gifts and you can take home a share of what we make.


4/24 - Aromatherapy and Essential Oils
Essential oils can have strong medicinal qualities. Learn how to use them effectively and safely in spray mists, massage oil, and even mosquito repellent creams or sprays.

Fermentation Series

Adding a variety of fermented foods to your diet is a tasty way to improve your diet and your health. You can learn how to make a batch of kimchi in less than an hour, produce a loaf of delicious sourdough bread, and save money by making your own cream cheese, hard cheese, or ricotta.

5/1 - Cheese Making
We will make a fresh hard cheese and ricotta, and learn about different hard and soft cheese cultures and processes. We will go through the entire process from cultured milk to formed cheese ready for the press. We will also go over how to make yogurt and kefir.

5/8 - Bread Making/Sourdough
Learn how to catch, care for, and use a wild sourdough culture. We will also go over regular bread baking techniques for those who want to start simple. Over the course of this class, we will make a batch of sourdough bread while we learn about proofing, the complex biology of a vital sourdough culture, and tips and tricks to get that great artisanal style bread in your own kitchen. Take home your own small round loaf and a sourdough culture.

5/15 - Fermenting: Kimchi, Kombucha
Learn fermentation basics as we turn a head (or several) of napa cabbage and a bunch of other goodies into kimchi and take home a pint to ferment and enjoy. A special modified technique lets you ferment directly in the jar. We will also make a batch of kombucha and there will be kombucha SCOBY to take home for anyone who wants it.

5/22 - Beyond Sauerkraut
Ready to explore the world of fermentation? Learn how to make your own fermented pickles, salsa, hot sauce, a variety of fermented non-alcoholic beverages, and even corned beef. Take home a pint of giardiniera and some habanero hot sauce to finish fermenting at home. Bring a clean wide-mouth pint jar or $1 to purchase from instructor.

Gardening and Preserving Series

Grow your own herbs and include some basic medicinal herbs, perennial edible landscaping plants, and perennial vegetables that keep producing for years. Learn the basics of preserving by canning, freezing, and drying.

5/29 - Herb Gardens
Almost everyone has room for a small herb garden. Learn which herbs grow well in pots, how to keep your herbs happy and productive, and how to store them dried or frozen. We will also discuss many non-culinary uses for herbs.

6/5 - Preserving Fruits and Vegetables: Canning, Freezing & Drying
There is a lot of information out there that makes home preserving sound complicated and potentially dangerous. With a few simple precautions, it is neither of those. Learn the basics and benefits of home preserving and start eating cheaper, fresher, healthier, and more locally. We will discuss in detail proper canning techniques, including what you can and can’t process in a steam canner, blanching and freezing techniques, and drying herbs, fruits, and vegetables. We will also talk about which methods are best for a variety of foods and why.

6/9 (Sunday at instructor's property) - Edible Landscaping and Foraging
Don’t just pull those weeds – eat them! Find out what native “weeds” are edible and how to prepare them. You’ll be surprised at how much food you’ve been pulling up and throwing in the yard waste. Plant a variety of perennial vegetables and edible ornamentals for a beautiful and edible landscape. Learn about common wild foraging plants – berries, flowers, greens, roots, and common mushrooms – and their habitats. A selection of free seeds and starts are included.

OSU Extension


Rhododendron Pruning Workshop

Get ready for spring. This afternoon workshop instructed by an OSU Extension Service Master Gardener will cover proper pruning equipment, important pruning principles, best time to prune and different pruning cuts and pruning techniques that will speed up your pruning. This is an indoor lecture with the use of a variety of plant materials for the demonstration. Handout materials will be provided. Instructor: OSU Extension Service Master Gardener.
5/7 . . . Tu . . .  10a-12p
Suggested Donation: $10 pay at the door.


Health & Wellness


Intuitive Birth

A childbirth class that focuses on the mother’s (and partner’s) intuition on how, when and where to birth their baby. The class teaches with the understanding that birth is a natural, normal and physiological process, but recognizes that there are times when medical interventions may be needed. Topics include: Anatomy and physiology of birth, meditation, visualizations, positioning, other coping strategies, hormones, interventions, postpartum, emotional and family healing, growth and well-being. Instructor: Corrinne Kaleese & Kari Hagemeyer.
3/30 . . . Sa  . . . 10a-4p
$90 ID/ $100 OD Fee includes birth partner


Essential Oils for Health

The Essential Oils you choose to support your body need to be the purest, ensuring true therapeutic value to you. Join Lisa and learn about the differences. You’ll experience 12 different oils, learn their uses and history and go home with three fun Make It & Take It items using some of the oils featured in our class! We’ll be making a wonderful Skin Serum that you can tailor for the type of skin need you have, a very nourishing Ah-mazing Face Cleanser and a Stress Calming Roll On. Please note: Registration is required, Bring your own glass or stainless water bottle to sample a Vitality Oil. Instructor: Lisa Zisa.
4/9 . . . Tu . . . 6:30-7:45p . . . Free
Material Fee: $25 cash only payable to instructor for the Make It & Take It supplies.


Stroke Awareness

Stroke Awareness Month is in May. Join us for a one-hour talk titled “Stroke: Be Prepared.” Learn how to recognize a stroke, why to act FAST and how brain cells can be saved.  The talk involves a Power-Point presentation, which will help you identify your personal stroke risk factors, identify a potential stroke victim and recognize what to do (call 911!).  Time will be given to practice your new skill of stroke identification.   This class will be instructed by Maggie Shatzel, RN, the Stroke Coordinator at PeaceHealth RiverBend Medical Center. 
5/31 . . . F . . . 10-11a . . . Free


Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer’s - Middle Stage

Co-sponsored with Alzheimer’s Association and River Road Park District. This class will be held at 1400 Lake Dr.
Please pre-register 541-688-4052. Space is limited.
Presenter: Abby Gershenzon.


Dementia Conversations

This program will offer helpful tips to assist families with difficult conversations related to dementia, including going to the doctor, deciding when to stop driving, and making legal and financial plans.

3/22 . . . F . . . 10-11:30a . . . Free


Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research

Learn how to develop habits for living a healthy lifestyle.  Studies have shown that proper brain and heart health can contribute to the possible risk reduction of diseases and can ultimately lead to a longer and healthier life.

4/26 . . . F . . . 10-11:30a . . . Free


Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Learn about detection, causes, risk factors, stages and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.  This program is designed to help you understand the difference between normal age-related memory changes and more serious memory problems that should be evaluated by a medical professional.

5/24 . . . F . . . 10-11:30a . . . Free



Computer ClassesComputers

55+ classesAll classes are 55+ friendly

Instructors Carole and John Hall are semi-retired computer professionals. They develop and provide detailed, illustrated handouts for every workshop. For specific questions regarding classes please email the instructors at: pcworkshops@comcast.net. Refunds will only be given if participant gives 48 hours or more notice of cancellation.


Mac Classes: If you have a Mac laptop that’s working well, bring it to class with adapter & plug.


Windows classes: Limited Windows 10s are available in class.


Windows 10 laptop: If you have a laptop that’s working well, bring it to class with adapter and plug.


Get the Most Out of Your Android Phone/Tablet

Android is used in all smartphones and tablets except for those from Apple.  Discover Android tablet features and functions, learn set up, how to increase memory and use WiFi. You’ll also evaluate apps and widgets, transfer photos to computers, and find help sites.
3/7 . . . Th . . . 12:30-3:30p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD


Take Better Vacation Photos

This class has been canceled. Do you want to take the best possible photos with any camera when traveling or with family and friends? We’ll help you find the best settings while you practice taking and analyzing photos. You also discover good solutions for common photographic problems. (Bring your digital camera, phone, or tablet to class, ready to use with its instruction manual).
3/14 . . . Th . . . 12:30-3:30p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD


Avoid Windows 10 Pitfalls

Find answers on how to avoid & solve the main problems that plague Windows 10 users. You'll learn how to better protect your privacy, identify & use new functions, deal with constant updates, & remove "junk" apps to better deal with security & system hangups.
4/13 . . . Sa . . . 11a-2p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD


Get the Most From Your Mac

Discover functions that help you better use & organize your Mac, while solving Mac “quirks” that can cause problems. You'll learn how to work with Finder, keep your Mac more secure, back it up, and install any app for Mac that you want.
4/20 . . . Sa . . . 11a-2p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD


Keep Personal Info Private in any Computer

(Applies to all Computers, Phones, Tablets)
Keeping your personal info private, esp. online, is an increasing problem today. Attacks are everywhere on the Internet, in email, & especially when using any Cloud. Learn to protect yourself by identifying & avoiding attacks, but also how to deal with any malware that slips in.
4/27 . . . Sa . . . 11a-2p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD


Transfer Photos from Phones to Windows or Mac

Learn how to transfer photos from your phone or tablet to your PC to keep them safe & not risk losing them or having them stolen or sold. You'll learn how to use memory cards & cables with the transfer, flash drives to back up photos, and have a list of apps for photo editing.
5/4 . . . Sa . . . 11a-2p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD


Can You Use Windows 7 After This Year?

You need to select an option BEFORE the end of this year or risk having no security when Microsoft no longer supports Windows 7. Learn about other system options, but also how to keep W7 running well & still use it by adding another OS to your W7 PC.
5/11 . . . Sa . . . 11a-2p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD


Linux: PC Alternative or Dual OS

A free Linux OS can be installed on almost any computer, runs many current programs, and can work as a dual OS with Windows 7, 8.1, 10, or even XP. Using a Linux PC, we'll show how its functions closely resemble Windows & can be a logical alternative to Mac or Windows 10.
3/14 . . . Th . . . 12:30-3:30p

5/17 . . . Sa . . . 11a-2p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD


Is a Smartphone All You Need?

A smartphone allows you to do many PC functions, but not all. In this class, you'll evaluate a phone's abilities compared to a tablet or PC to determine what you really need. You can then decide which one or more of these devices meet all your computer needs.
6/1 . . . Sa . . . 11a-2p
Adult: $21 ID/$25 OD . . . Senior: $17 ID/$21 OD



Language ClassesLanguages

55+ classesAll classes are 55+ friendly


French - Advanced

Improve your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills based on a French novel or articles designed for native speakers. Grammar and vocabulary discussed. Instructor: Amey Herman.
4/2-6/4 . . . Tu . . . 8:30-10a
Adult: $70 ID/$85 OD . . . Senior: $55 ID/$70 OD


Italian 1

An introduction to Italian language and culture. Focus is on basic conversation skills, useful vocabulary and phrases for the traveler. Textbook Living Language is available for purchase from the business office. Instructor: Sied Imani.
4/4-6/6 . . . Th . . . 6-8:30p
Adult: $90 ID/$105 OD . . . Senior: $75 ID/$90 OD


Italian 2

Emphasis on vocabulary and grammar. Guided dialog will help improve pronunciation and increase comprehension. Textbook: Textbook Living Language is available for purchase from the business office. Beginning Italian or instructor approval required. Instructor: Sied Imani.
4/3-6/5 . . . W . . . 6-8:30p
Adult: $90 ID/$105 OD . . . Senior: $75 ID/$90 OD


Spanish 1

Beginners class. No experience necessary. Focus on commonly used phrases and language for the traveler. Textbook: Living Language is available for purchase from the business office. Instructor: Sied Imani.
4/3-6/5 . . . W . . . 11:30a-2p
4/4-6/6 . . . Th . . . 9-11:30a
Adult: $90 ID/$105 OD . . . Senior: $75 ID/$90 OD


Spanish 1+

Focus on commonly used phrases and language for the traveler. Textbook Living Language is available for purchase from the business office. Spanish 1 or instructor approval required. Instructor: Sied Imani.
4/3-6/5 . . . W . . . 9-11:30a
Adult: $90 ID/$105 OD . . . Senior: $75 ID/$90 OD


Spanish 2+

Continuation of beginning Spanish, with an emphasis on vocabulary and grammar. Guided dialog to improve pronunciation and increase comprehension. Textbook Living Language is available for purchase from the business office. Spanish I or instructor approval required. Instructor: Sied Imani.
4/4-6/6 . . . Th . . . 11:30a-2p
Adult: $90 ID/$105 OD Senior: $75 ID/$90 OD


Spanish Club

Practice listening, speaking and reading using audio visual materials in an informal setting. Basic knowledge of Spanish is needed. Club Coordinators: Janet Pietzold & Bonnie Rutledge.
4/2-6/4 . . . Tu . . . 10:30a-12:30p . . . $5 per term



Applied Arts

55+ classesAll classes are 55+ friendly

Drop in fee for all fine art classes is $10.



Knitting & Crocheting

Learn basic knitting and crocheting techniques. Bring your own project. Individual help will be given. Bring your own crochet hook, size G or H or knitting needles, size 8 or 9, and worsted weight yarn. Instructor: Cindy Sittner.
4/1-6/3 . . . M . . . 1-3p
Adult: $30 ID/$35 OD  . . . Senior: $25 ID/$30 OD


Drop-in Knit and Spinning Group

Free drop in spin and knit group- beginners to advanced welcome. Bring your projects and get help from other attendees. You can come and go as you please; there will be no formal structure. If you can’t stay the whole time or make it every Saturday, no problem. This is time to share and exchange ideas in a fun and friendly group. Bring spinning wheel or materials and questions. For information please contact Tamara by email at tandreas6@gmail.com.
4/13-6/8 . . . Sa . . . 11a-3p . . . Free


Mosaics/Garden Art

In mosaics, learn to design pictures on everything from flower pots to designer stepping stones. Choosing a base, selecting the kind of pieces you want to use, type of adhesive, breaking or cutting, arranging your pieces then grouting and sealing. In this class we will be working on some “Garden Art” projects. Some supplies are covered in class fee.
Instructor: Cindy Sittner.
4/2-6/4 . . . Tu . . . 12:30-2:30p
4/4-6/6 . . . Th . . . 12:30-2:30p
Adult: $50 ID/$60 OD . . . Senior: $40 ID/$50 OD


Stained Glass: Beginning & Intermediate

Learn glass cutting, pattern design, copper foil construction, soldering, and other techniques related to stained glass. Emphasis will be on project construction with individual attention. Supplies discussed at first class. All tools are available for use in class. Instructor: Cindy Sittner.
4/3-6/5 . . . W . . . 12:30-2:30p
Adult: $50 ID/$60 OD . . . Senior: $40 ID/$50 OD



Fine Arts ClassesFine Arts

55+ classesAll classes are 55+ friendly


Chinese Inkbrush Painting

Theresa, from Taiwan, will teach beginners the basics of Chinese inkbrush painting. Students will learn about types of brushes, paper and ink. Classes will focus on the “Four Gentlemen” – bamboo, orchid, chrysanthemum and plum flower – as well as Chinese landscapes. Students may proceed at their own pace. Bring your own equipment, or buy inexpensive items from the teacher ($50 for complete supplies: sumi ink, brush, shuen paper and mat). Instructor: Teresa Hsu.
4/3-6/5 . . . W . . . 1-4p
Adult: $100 ID/$115 OD  . . . Senior: $85 ID/$100 OD


Painting with Passion: Open Studio

Come explore painting and communicating what the eye sees on the canvas. Continue to paint like yourself and find your own style, taking risks as we work thru techniques, color and creativity. Bring references and materials. There will be demos and critiques. Supply list for newcomers at first class. Instructor: Lynzie Kronhein.
4/1-6/3 . . . M . . . 10a-1p
Adult: $100 ID/$115 OD  . . . Senior: $85 ID/$100 OD


Watercolor: Beginning & Intermediate

Learn how to enjoy the art of watercolor. Carol teaches her own method of Rock & Roll in watercolor. Learn how to make watercolors vibrant and alive. If you have any watercolor supplies bring them. The instructor will do some demos and you may follow along or work on your own project. If you don’t have supplies for the first day, we have some to get you started. Instructor: Carol Fourtner.
4/2-6/4 . . . Tu . . . 9a-12p
4/2-6/4 . . . Tu . . . 1-4p
4/4-6/6 . . . Th . . . 9a-12p
4/4-6/6 . . . Th . . . 1-4p
Adult: $100 ID/$115 OD . . . Senior: $85 ID/$100 OD
Drop in fee: $15 Adult/$10 Senior




Ballroom Dance

55+ classesAll classes are 55+ friendly

Registration for all classes can now be made through StaverDanceSport at (541) 746-6268. View their class schedule HERE.


Dance ClassesDance


Belly Dance: Beginning

Learn the art of belly dance in a fun and supportive atmosphere. Class will cover basic movements, isolations and cultural/historical aspects. An enjoyable way to improve your grace, flexibility, and muscle tone. Instructor: Candice Morgan.
4/4-6/6 . . . Th . . . 6:30-7:30p
Adult: $55 ID/$65 OD . . . Senior: $45 ID/$55 OD


Belly Dance: Intermediate

Geared toward the student who has a thorough understanding of the basics. Focus on building a bigger vocabulary of movement and knowledge. Will include movement review, combinations, finger cymbals, veil work, costuming, and more. Instructor approval needed to take this class.
Instructor: Candice Morgan.
4/4-6/6 . . . Th . . . 7:30-8:30p
Adult: $55 ID/$65 OD . . . Senior: $45 ID/$55 OD


Hawaiian Hula Basics: All-Levels

Ages 12+. Discover the joy of hula! This dance class offers hula in a fun and engaging fitness style that supports participants of all skill levels, from the novice to intermediate. A great supplement to your healthy lifestyle towards better health, as you engage in low-impact movements using core muscles, and breath to improve coordination, flexibility, and whole body wellness. No experience necessary. Wear modest, comfortable clothing you can move freely in. No swimsuits please. Be prepared to dance barefoot, and bring a sarong wrap to wear. Aloha! Instructor: Miss Iwalani. No class on 5/22.
4/3-4/24 . . . W . . . 6:15-7:15p
5/1-5/22 . . . W . . . 6:15-7:15p
Adult: $43 ID/ $48 OD . . . Youth/Senior: $38 ID/$43 OD


Beginning Line Dancing

Line dancing is good exercise for your brain, can help with balance and is low impact on your joints. Come meet new people and have fun while exercising. Wear loose, cool, clothing and shoes that will slide on the floor. No partner necessary. Instructor: Mary Wall.
4/25-6/6 . . . Th . . . 2:30-3:15p
Adult: $30 ID/$35 OD . . . Senior: $25 ID/$30 OD


Intermediate Line Dancing

Line dancing is good exercise for your brain, can help with balance and is low impact on your joints. Come meet new people and have fun while exercising. Wear loose, cool, clothing and shoes that will slide on the floor. No partner necessary. This is a class for folks who have had beginning line dance, know the vocabulary and can learn more complex dances...or for those who have had significant dance experience and can catch on quickly. Instructor: Mary Wall.
4/25-6/6 . . . Th . . . 3:15-4p
Adult: $30 ID/$35 OD . . . Senior: $25 ID/$30 OD




Music ClassesMusic


Acoustic Jam Session

Join us for a drop in acoustic string jam session (guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, base fiddle, ukulele, etc). All levels welcome. For questions, please call Leslie 541-461-0144. Held at River Road Annex, 1055 River Road on the 1st and 3rd Sundays.
4/7 & 21, 5/5 & 19, 6/2 & 16 . . . Su . . . 2-4:30p
$5 per term


Guitar / Voice

Ages 10+. Melody Joy Jackson has been teaching music since 1999 and offers guitar and voice lessons teaching fundamentals as well as practical application in music. Her approach is based on her students learning style and interests. Lessons are once per week and scheduled through the instructor on a monthly basis. To schedule a lesson, contact Melody Joy at 541-264-0610 or by email at melodyjoyjackson@gmail.com. Fees are due in full at the beginning of the month. Please stop by or call the District office at (541) 688-4052 to pay for your lessons once you have scheduled them with the instructor. Make up lessons may be rescheduled with the instructor. No refunds for missed lessons.
Ongoing . . . M . . . 5:30-8p
30 min. lesson: $20 . . . 45 min. lesson: $30 . . . 1 hour lesson: $35


Piano Lessons

All ages: Kids and adults, all levels. Individual 30-minute piano lessons with experienced performer and composer Ashley Wright. Lessons are customized to your musical goals and tastes, and include repertoire study, theory, sight reading, ear training and improvisation. Ashley connects from the heart with each student in a spirit of fun! Please contact the park business office at 541-688-4052 for more information.
Instructor: Ashley Wright.
Ongoing TuWTh . . . $18 ID/$20 OD
30 minute lesson/pay monthly (times vary)


New! Violin Lessons

Ages 4 - Adult. Meet Vanessa Gallego, Vanessa has been teaching violin and viola for over 20 years. Lessons are available for children and adults, ages 4 and up, beginner to intermediate level. Lessons are built around the learning goals of the student and focus on a strong music foundation while having fun! Each lesson is 30 minutes. Please contact the park business
office at 541-688-4052 for more information.
Ongoing . . . F . . . 4:15-6:15p . . . $18 ID/$20 OD
30 minute lesson/pay monthly (times vary)






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