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All Items for: Adult Programs: Late Winter and Spring Session

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  • Withdrawls and Refunds: If you withdraw a minimum of one week prior to the start of a class, NCE will refund you, less a $10 processing fee. There are no refunds or credits for withdrawls less than one week prior to the class start date or for missed classes. Refunds will come in the form of a check from the Town of Needham and may take 3-4 weeks to be issued.
  • Participation of Minors: Parents and guardians, please be aware that if you register your under 18-year old child for an NCE Adult class, you are agreeing to the terms regarding the participation of minors, detailed in the program policies on the last page of the catalog.
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WS20-Acrylic Painting II

Acrylic Painting II Eddie Bruckner   This course, a continuation of Acrylic Painting I, is open to anyone with basic painting skills. Painting instruction will tackle more complex subject matter and cover new techniques and concepts. The focus will be on strengthening and building upon knowledge of the basic elements of painting, techniques and concepts in acrylic painting. Join us for this fun and informative class to learn new skills and techniques. Class work will include a variety of painting projects with guided instruction as well as the opportunity to create your own masterpiece of your choice. A materials list will be posted by class title on the district website: www.needham.k12.ma.us/community_Ed , under Adult.   Limited to 12. Dates: 7 Wednesdays, May 6-June 17                             Time: 6:30-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Room 903                                                       Fee: $195 ($369 if you register for Acrylic I and II at the same time)  
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WS20-Advanced Beginning Bridge Level 1 (not in catalog)

Advanced Beginning Level 1 Bridge Jori Grossack   This Advanced Beginner bridge course is designed to take the beginner player to the next level of both bidding and play of the hand. We will continue to work on no trump techniques and to strengthen trump suit play. In addition, we will spend time on simple defensive techniques (like leads) and attitude signals. If we have the time we will also introduce competitive bidding like overcalls and takeout doubles. All new and fun challenges await! Limited to 14. Dates: 8 Wednesdays, May 6-June 24.             Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ High Rock School, Media Center                                            Fee: $185
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WS20-Alexander Technique

NOTE: Class date is changed to June 18 The Alexander Technique  NEW Jill Geiger   Interested in improving your posture, moving with ease, and reducing stiffness, pain and tension? The Alexander Technique teaches you to recognize and unlearn habitual patterns of tension, in order to restore your innate good posture, balance and poise. Since 1900 this practical, educational method has been used worldwide by individuals of all ages to reduce tension and stress, improve performance, and experience lasting relief from chronic pain. Its effectiveness is supported by research. Join us for an introduction to the principles of this technique and experience how they can be applied to your everyday activities to help you feel, move and look better. Class registration includes one private lesson at instructor’s Newton office. Limited to 14. Date: Thursday, June 18                                                             Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Media Center                                               Fee: $39  
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WS20-Bay Village: Boston's Hidden Neighborhood

Bay Village: Boston’s Hidden Neighborhood   Boston by Foot Guide   Visit one of Boston's hidden neighborhoods, an area that has maintained its residential charm amidst the surrounding city. Originally called the Bay Street District, Bay Village was created by the filling of the mud flats leading into the Back Bay during the 1820s and settled by artisans and craftsmen, many of whom worked on the homes of Beacon Hill and the South End. The scaled-down brick Federal and Greek Revival row houses contribute to the sense of a small community within a larger urban environment.  In the early 20th century, Bay Village was the center of the New England film industry and was known as “Hollywood East.” The Cocoanut Grove, a local nightclub and former speakeasy, burned in a fire killing 492 people becoming the second worst single-building fire in U.S. history. Limited to 20. Date: Saturday, June 6                               Time: 2:00-3:30PM Meet at the fountain in Statler Park, on Columbus Ave. and Stuart St.         Fee: $15  
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WS20-Beginning Drawing II (daytime)

Beginning Drawing II Eddie Bruckner   This class is appropriate for those who previously took Beginning Drawing I, or who have had at least some basic study of drawing or painting. We will cover additional drawing techniques using familiar as well as new drawing materials, learning about proportion, visual measurement, the interplay of observation, imagination, and memory, gesture drawing, contour versus outline, negative shapes, understanding overlaps and plane changes, perspective, light on form, composition, and the variety of lines and tones used to bring a drawing to life. Through a variety of class and independent projects, you will gain a deeper understanding of line, contour, form, value, texture, composition, proportion, shading, and perspective. Class work will include a number of drawing exercises and projects including imaginative and observational drawing, landscapes, seascapes, still lifes, and more. A combination of group and individual instruction in a supportive atmosphere will help students develop at their own pace. A materials list will be posted by class title on the district website: www.needham.k12.ma.us/community_Ed , under Adult. Limited to 12.   Daytime Class  Dates: 7 Tuesdays, May 5-June 16                                                         Time: 1:00-3:00PM @ One Wingate Way, Needham                                                Fee: $175 ($329 if you register for Beginning Drawing I and II at the same time)  
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WS20-Beginning Drawing II (evening)

Beginning Drawing II Eddie Bruckner   This class is appropriate for those who previously took Beginning Drawing I, or who have had at least some basic study of drawing or painting. We will cover additional drawing techniques using familiar as well as new drawing materials, learning about proportion, visual measurement, the interplay of observation, imagination, and memory, gesture drawing, contour versus outline, negative shapes, understanding overlaps and plane changes, perspective, light on form, composition, and the variety of lines and tones used to bring a drawing to life. Through a variety of class and independent projects, you will gain a deeper understanding of line, contour, form, value, texture, composition, proportion, shading, and perspective. Class work will include a number of drawing exercises and projects including imaginative and observational drawing, landscapes, seascapes, still lifes, and more. A combination of group and individual instruction in a supportive atmosphere will help students develop at their own pace. A materials list will be posted by class title on the district website: www.needham.k12.ma.us/community_Ed , under Adult. Limited to 12.   Evening Class Dates: 7 Tuesdays, May 5-June 16                                                       Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Room 903                                         Fee: $175 ($329 if you register for Beginning Drawing I and II at the same time)  
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WS20-Beginning Golf Clinic for Women (Section 1, June 3-5)

Beginning Golf Clinic for Women  Under the direction of Leslie Andrews, Director of Golf at Nehoiden Golf Club   Even if you have never swung a club, this clinic will provide you with the skills and confidence to play golf. The program will include instruction in the development of a full swing, plus short game fundamentals: putting, chipping and pitching. On the 3rd day, participants will go out on the course to play some holes. Program is held rain or shine. All equipment is provided. Limited to 14.   Session 1 Dates: Wednesday, June 3-Friday, June 5                    Time: 12:30-2:30PM @ Nehoiden Golf Club, Wellesley                                               Fee: $269
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WS20-Beginning Golf Clinic for Women (Section 2, June 17-19)

Beginning Golf Clinic for Women  Under the direction of Leslie Andrews, Director of Golf at Nehoiden Golf Club   Even if you have never swung a club, this clinic will provide you with the skills and confidence to play golf. The program will include instruction in the development of a full swing, plus short game fundamentals: putting, chipping and pitching. On the 3rd day, participants will go out on the course to play some holes. Program is held rain or shine. All equipment is provided. Limited to 14.   Session 2 Dates: Wednesday, June 17-Friday, June 19                Time: 12:30-2:30PM @ Nehoiden Golf Club, Wellesley                                               Fee: $269  
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WS20-Beginning Spanish

Beginning Spanish Diana Garcia-Martinez   Have you been thinking about learning Spanish? Would you like to be able to communicate with native Spanish speakers in the U.S or as you travel the world? Or, do you believe that learning a new language enables us to understand the culture, traditions and history of a country? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the class for you! You will learn the building blocks of the Spanish language, everyday vocabulary, and practice simple conversations from the first day of class. The emphasis will be on speaking, listening and immersing ourselves in the language. Come and enjoy learning a new language in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. This course is for those with little or no knowledge of Spanish. Students will need to purchase a text book (approximately $35) for this course . Details will be posted on the district website: www.needham.k12.ma.us/community_ed, under Adult .  Limited to 15. Dates: 8 Wednesdays, April 15-June 10 (no class 4/22)                     Time: 6:30-8:30PM @ Needham High School, Room 713                                                     Fee: $179
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WS20-Biology SAT II prep (Thursdays)

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Biology SAT II Test Prep In preparation for the June 6, 2020 Biology SAT II Test   The College Board SAT Subject Tests are designed to help you demonstrate your interest and competence in a particular subject for prospective colleges. This course will bridge the gap between an introductory biology course and the SAT Subject Test content. Four learning modules will guide students through the content, with an emphasis on topics not covered extensively in a typical first year course, as well as familiarizing students with the format of the exam and test-taking strategies. This course also includes a full proctored practice exam and time for review.  Note: Students taking the biology exam will select an Ecology or Mircobiology emphasis on the day of the exam This course is designed to prepare students for the Microbiology emphasis, although students interested in either exam will benefit from this course. Students will be asked to take a practice test on their own, the week prior to the first class. The practice test is included in the study guide that each student will receive. Limited to 15.   Section 2 5 Thursdays: May 7-June 4                                                           Time: 6:00-7:30PM
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WS20-Biology SAT II prep (Thursdays; late session)

Biology SAT II Test Prep (Thursdays, late session) In preparation for the June 6, 2020 Biology SAT II Test   The College Board SAT Subject Tests are designed to help you demonstrate your interest and competence in a particular subject for prospective colleges. This course will bridge the gap between an introductory biology course and the SAT Subject Test content. Four learning modules will guide students through the content, with an emphasis on topics not covered extensively in a typical first year course, as well as familiarizing students with the format of the exam and test-taking strategies. This course also includes a full proctored practice exam and time for review.  Note: Students taking the biology exam will select an Ecology or Mircobiology emphasis on the day of the exam This course is designed to prepare students for the Microbiology emphasis, although students interested in either exam will benefit from this course. Students will be asked to take a practice test on their own, the week prior to the first class. The practice test is included in the study guide that each student will receive. Limited to 15.   Section 2 5 Thursdays: May 7-June 4                                                           Time: 7:30-9:00PM
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WS20-Biology SAT II prep (Tuesdays)

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Biology SAT II Test Prep In preparation for the June 6, 2020 Biology SAT II Test   The College Board SAT Subject Tests are designed to help you demonstrate your interest and competence in a particular subject for prospective colleges. This course will bridge the gap between an introductory biology course and the SAT Subject Test content. Four learning modules will guide students through the content, with an emphasis on topics not covered extensively in a typical first year course, as well as familiarizing students with the format of the exam and test-taking strategies. This course also includes a full proctored practice exam and time for review.  Note: Students taking the biology exam will select an Ecology or Mircobiology emphasis on the day of the exam This course is designed to prepare students for the Microbiology emphasis, although students interested in either exam will benefit from this course. Students will be asked to take a practice test on their own, the week prior to the first class. The practice test is included in the study guide that each student will receive. Limited to 15.   Section 1 Dates: 5 Tuesdays: May 5-June 2                                                            Time: 6:00-7:30PM @ Needham High School, Room 211                                         Fee: $169  
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WS20-Cardio Sculpt (spring)

Cardio Sculpt Workout Susie Kaplan   Are you looking to get back into shape? Or, trying to find a fun, challenging workout routine you can stick with? This class will help you build a leaner, more sculpted body, improve your posture and balance, and get your heart rate pumping. We will combine a great cardio workout with muscle conditioning to provide a total body workout. If you are comfortable engaging in moderately vigorous exercises, including aerobic routines, then this class will be the right level of intensity. Wear comfortable workout clothing, and appropriate footwear for the aerobics portion of class, and bring sets of light and heavy hand weights, a mat or towel, and water to class . Limited to 15.   Spring Session Dates: 7 Wednesdays, April 29-June 10                        Time: 7:00-8:00PM @ Needham High School, Room 817                                         Fee: $109  
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WS20-Chemistry SAT II prep (Thursdays)

Chemistry SAT II Test Prep   In preparation for the June 6, 2020 Chemistry SAT II Test   The College Board SAT Subject Tests are designed to help you demonstrate your interest and competence in a particular subject for prospective colleges. Due to the rigor of the Chemistry SAT subject test, this course is designed for students who have completed and done well in accelerated chemistry. A diagnostic practice test is given to help students identify their key areas to focus on. Four learning modules will guide students through the content, emphasizing topics not covered in the first-year course, as well as familiarizing students with the format of the exam and test-taking strategies. Following the 4 learning modules is a full proctored practice exam and final review day. The course fee includes a prep book. Limited to 15.   Dates: 6 Thursdays: April 30-June 4                    Time: 6:00-7:30PM @ NHS Room 208                                                     Fee: $179
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WS20-Civics Series: Federal Government

NOTE; PROGRAM IS RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2020!   NCE, in collaboration with the League of Women Voters-Needham, is pleased to present the following Civics Series. The program speakers are experts on the topic they are presenting, and their programs are designed to make you a more informed and engaged citizen. Register for one program or register for the entire series (at a discounted price).   Federal Government  NEW Bob Baker     You probably studied Federal government in high school, and maybe in college as well, but how much do you remember? Bob Baker, Government and Politics Professor, will help refresh your knowledge. He will cover topics such as our representatives, the three branches of government, the legislative process, the cabinet and federal judicial appointments. There will be ample time for questions. Limited to 40.   NEW DATE: Wednesday, October 28                                                Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Broadmeadow School, Performance Center                        Fee: $15 ($45 if you register for the full series)
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WS20-Civics Series: State Government

NOTE: PROGRAM IS RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2020   NCE, in collaboration with the League of Women Voters-Needham, is pleased to present the following Civics Series. The program speakers are experts on the topic they are presenting, and their programs are designed to make you a more informed and engaged citizen. Register for one program or register for the entire series (at a discounted price).   State Government  NEW Jay Gonzalez   Jay Gonzalez, 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee and Secretary of Administration and Finance in the Deval Patrick administration, will lead an informative, interactive class on MA state government. Learn the State government basics: how MA government is structured, what it is responsible for, who your elected representatives are, etc. Then, spend time on how public policy and legislation get developed and how decisions get made. Most importantly, explore the ways in which you can engage and influence public policy and legislation at the state level. You will get an inside view of how state government works, and current issues will be used to illustrate the dynamics that drive policymaking at the state level.  Limited to 40.   NEW DATE: Wednesday, October 21                                                   Time: 6:30-8:00PM @ Broadmeadow School, Performance Center                        Fee: $15 ($45 if you register for the full series)
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WS20-College Essays: What Parents Should Know and How They Can Help

College Essays: What Parents Should Know and How They Can Help  NEW Jane Hirschhorn   The college essay personal statement is arguably one of the most important pieces of writing a student will complete in high school. It is also a type of writing not commonly taught in the classroom; the personal narrative. We invite parents of high school juniors to attend this one-session class to learn more about what admission officers seek in the personal statement. We will also cover approaches in how to answer common supplemental essay prompts and provide tips parents can use to support their student throughout the writing process. Limited to 35.   Date: Thursday, June 11                                                                Time: 7:00-8:30PM @ Needham High School, Room 728                                         Fee: $25      
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S20-Community Concert Band

NOTE: Rehearsals will be at Needham High School. No refunds/credits after June 13. Directed by Dr. David Neves, retired Needham Public Schools Director of Fine and Performing Arts, the Summer Band rehearses on Tuesdays and Thursdays and performs as part of the Arts in the Park series at the Memorial Park Gazebo. Join other community musicians, from semi-professional to college and high school students, to play marches, classics, and popular favorites. For questions about the music being performed or instrument needs, please contact Dr. Neves directly at dneves@aol.com. Rehearsals: Needham High School Auditorium Concert: Memorial Park Gazebo Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 23-July 14  Time: 7-8:30PM Concert: Thursday, July 16 at 7PM      Fee: $45
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WS20-Cutting the Cable NEW SECTION (not in catalog)

NEW SECTION ADDED IN RESPONSE TO DEMAND (NOT IN CATALOG) Cutting the Cable  NEW Howard Loewinger   Are you ready to “cut the cable?”  Watching TV has changed over the last 20 years.  Now you can choose from hundreds of channels, watch TV on just about any electronic device anytime, anywhere!  This short course will walk you through all the ways you can to watch your favorite shows: traditional cable, over the air, streaming and live TV over the Internet. We will discuss some of the pros and cons of each and whether your TV is “smart enough,” or if you will need additional hardware to use the Internet services. There will be demonstrations and time for your questions. Limited 14.   Dates: Tuesday, June 9                                                     Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Room 406                                                     Fee: $29  
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WS20-Cutting the Cable

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Cutting the Cable  NEW Howard Loewinger   Are you ready to “cut the cable?”  Watching TV has changed over the last 20 years.  Now you can choose from hundreds of channels, watch TV on just about any electronic device anytime, anywhere!  This short course will walk you through all the ways you can to watch your favorite shows: traditional cable, over the air, streaming and live TV over the Internet. We will discuss some of the pros and cons of each and whether your TV is “smart enough,” or if you will need additional hardware to use the Internet services. There will be demonstrations and time for your questions. Limited 14.   Dates: Tuesday, April 7                                                      Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Room 406                                                     Fee: $29  
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WS20-Demystifying Social Security

NOW ONLINE!   Demystifying Social Security  Daniel Williams, CLU, ChFC, CFP   Deciding how and when to claim Social Security is one of the most critical financial decisions a person will make in his or her lifetime. Without an understanding of the many complex rules surrounding Social Security, you could leave thousands of dollars on the table. Learning the answers to the following questions will arm you with the information you need: When should I file for benefits? 
 What are the advantages and disadvantages of filing at age 62 or deferring to age 70? 
 How does the November 2015 change in the rules affect me? 
 How can I make sure I am taking advantage of available spousal, survivor or divorced benefits? How much of my Social Security will be subject to income tax? 
 What potential changes are in store for Social Security and how might they affect my claiming decision? 
   Limited to 25.   Date: Wednesday, April 29                                                                    Time: 7:00-9:00PM Fee: $25
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WS20-Early Morning Boot Camp (Spring)

Early Morning Boot Camp  Diana Parkhurst   Are you serious about becoming more fit? With the right fitness instruction and training, you can become stronger and healthier at any age, and have fun doing it. If you are looking to lose weight, gain muscle, tone up and/or are eager to work on getting back in shape (or staying in shape), this class will help you achieve your goals. Each workout will include a dynamic warm-up followed by high intensity interval training (HIIT) exercises. HIIT is a technique in which you give all-out, 100% effort through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods. This type of training gets and keeps your heart rate up and burns more fat in less time, resulting in optimal muscle toning and retention, coupled with fat loss and increased calorie burn.  Note:  The exercises can be adapted for varying levels of fitness, but participants should be comfortable running or jogging for short distances. Participants should also feel comfortable (experience is not necessary) using a variety of fitness equipment, including weights, bands, medicine balls and physio-balls. Please wear athletic shoes and clothes comfortable for exercising. Limited to 18.   Spring Session Dates: 6 Mondays & 7 Wednesdays, April 27-June 10 (no class 5/25)                                                                          Time: 6:15-7:15AM @Needham Fitness Center                                                                     Fee: $170
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WS20-EasYoga (Spring)

EasYogaTM for Older Adults  Steffi Shapiro   EasYogaTM is a gentle form of yoga that is especially suited to older adults. Most of the exercises can be done while sitting in a chair or in a comfortable standing position. The gentle stretches and simple movements provide flexibility and strengthening for the neck, shoulders, abdomen and other parts of the body. They also help to release tension throughout the body. We will use simple breathing, concentration, and meditative exercises to relax the mind as well as the body. The various relaxation techniques can be practiced throughout the day and are a helpful way to combat insomnia. More information on EasYogaTM can be found at www.elder-yoga.com
. Limited to 18.   Spring Session Dates: 7 Tuesdays, April 28-June 16 (no class 5/19)                  Time: 9:00-10:00AM @Center at the Heights                                                                   Fee: $59  
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WS20-Emerald Necklace Bike Tour

Emerald Necklace Bike Tour  Urban AdvenTours Guide   Urban AdvenTours will lead this guided bike tour of the Emerald Necklace park system. On this 15-mile ride from downtown Boston to Jamaica Plain and back, you will make stops every 1-2 miles to study a feature of Frederick Law Olmsted’s masterpiece. Bring your own bike, or contact Urban AdvenTours if you would prefer to rent one of their Dew Hybrid bikes ( info@urbanadventours.com , 617-670-0637). The tour will take place rain or shine (unless it is very stormy). The route is very flat. Limited to 8.   Date: Saturday, June 13                Time: 10:00AM-1:30PM Location: Meet at Urban AdvenTours, 103 Atlantic Ave., Boston       Fee: $65
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WS20-Flow and Restore Yoga

CLASSES WILL BE HELD ONLINE UNTIL NCE PROGRAMS CAN RESUME IN THE SCHOOLS. REGISTRANTS WILL BE SENT LOGIN INFO.   Flow & Restore Yoga  Samantha Hoff   “Flow & Restore” is a vinyasa-inspired class, which offers a slightly slower pace than traditional vinyasa/flow yoga, and provides students the opportunity to stretch, strengthen, connect to their breath, and release tension. With a slower pace, students have time to explore the details of individual poses. This is the perfect class for the new student to gain confidence and learn, or for the more experienced yogi looking to refine their alignment, gain strength while holding poses, and explore new pose variations. Poses range from gentle to challenging, with options offered throughout to customize your practice based on your ability and goals. Class ends with a restful, restorative savasana. Please bring a yoga mat and yoga blocks. Limited to 18.   Dates: 6 Thursdays, April 9-May 21 (no class 4/23)                 Time: 4:15-5:15PM @ High Rock School, Gym     ONLINE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.                                                               Fee: $89
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WS20-Golf 101

Golf 101 Leslie Andrews   Are you interested in golf but not sure how to get started? This class will de-bunk the myths, allay your fears and help you take the next step to get started in golf. You will leave with a basic overview of terminology, knowledge on how the game is played, and information on what equipment and clothing is needed. Limited to 20.   Date: Wednesday, May 20                                                                        Time: 7:00-8:30PM @ Needham High School, Library Classroom                                      Fee: $29
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WS20-I'm Stuffed

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NEW DATE: JUNE 17! I’m Stuffed!  Jen Tuttelman   Almost every culture has their version of a food that is "stuffed" into a dough/pastry/wrapper. Come join us to make three different types of savory stuffed treats: dumplings, knishes and empanadas. After taking this class, you can go home and use these basic recipes to create your own versions with different fillings. This will be a fun night, employing a variety of ingredients, cooking techniques and flavor profiles. Bring plastic containers so you can take home ample portions of each item made in class. Limited to 10.   Date: Wednesday, April 29                                                                      Time: 6:00-9:00PM @ High Rock School, Cafeteria                                                                Fee: $69
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WS20-An Indian Dinner

PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE FROM PRINTED CATALOGS! NEW DATE IS TUESDAY, MAY 5.   An Indian Dinner  NEW Shruti Mehta   Come join Shruti Mehta for an evening of cooking and culture as we prepare an evening meal together. We will fry, sauté, roll and stir a variety of ingredients and come up with a scrumptious dinner. Come prepared for hands-on participation and get transported to another world. Possible dishes may include batata-vada (mashed potatoes with ginger, chilies, cilantro and spices, coated with chick-pea flour batter and deep-fried), date chutney (sweet and sour dipping sauce made with dates and tamarind), zucchini raita (grated zucchini with yogurt, green chilies, mustard and spice to provide a cool contrast to other spicy dishes), eggplant masala (scrumtuous eggplant curry cooked in Mughalai way with onion, tomatoes, spices and cream),  masoor dal (red lentils cooked with ginger and garlic), and spinach pulao (rice cooked with spinach and tomatoes, and seasoned with  peanuts, brown sugar and garam masala), a quick garlic naan (popular store bought bread embellished  with garlic and butter), and sweet phirni (a North Indian dessert with cream of wheat, saffron, cardamom and nuts).  A $20 ingredients fee is payable to the instructor in class. Bring plastic containers in case there are leftovers. Limited to 15.   Date: Tuesday, May 12                                                      Time: 6:00-9:00PM @High Rock School, kitchen                                                        Fee: $45  
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WS20-Intermediate I French

Intermediate I French Barry Bridgelal   Students at this level will acquire vocabulary on a wide range of topics and will gain proficiency in expressing wants, needs and obligations, build on the present and start the simple past. Grammatical topics include the definite and partitive articles, prepositions, adverbs, idiomatic verb usage, and expressions of quantity and date.  Please purchase the Grammaire Progressive Niveau Débutant . Limited to 12. Dates: 7 Tuesdays, May 5-June 23 (no class 5/12)                      Time: 6:30-8:15PM @ Needham High School, Room 418                                         Fee: $145
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WS20-Intro to the Colored Pencil

NOTE: THIS CLASS WILL BE HELD ONLINE IF NCE IS UNABLE TO USE THE HIGH SCHOOL AT THE START OF THE PROGRAM.   Introduction to the Colored Pencil            Eddie Bruckner   This relaxed class will introduce the colored pencil and the vibrant art you can create with them. Learn about blending styles, color layering effects, color mixing, value relationships, and pencil strokes for rendering realistic images. Your comprehension of light, color and shading will blossom as you explore this exciting medium. Emphasis will be on colored pencil techniques and classwork will include a variety of step-by-step instruction of colored pencil drawing exercises and projects. Students will receive both group and individualized instruction to develop at their own pace. Explore the richness and vibrancy of this often overlooked medium. Basic drawing skills are recommended, but not required. All levels welcome. A materials list will be posted by class title on the district website: www.needham.k12.ma.us/community_Ed , under Adult. Limited to 12.   Dates: 6 Mondays, May 4-June 15 (no class 5/25)                               Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Room 903                                                                 Fee: $165
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WS20-Intro to Obstacle Course Racing

Intro to Obstacle Course Racing NEW Kaylin Boileau   This program will enable you to develop the foundation for obstacle course racing. You will learn and practice technique and exercises you can do in a gym to build the strength and ability needed for the challenges. The first two classes will take place at Eagle Obstacles, where you will receive instruction on actual obstacles. In the final class of the session, held at B5 personal training studio in Needham, you will learn exercise routines specific to obstacle course race training. These routines will allow you to continue training on your own. Limited to 10.   Dates: 3 Saturdays, May 2-May 16                                              Time: 7:00-8:00AM @ Eagle Obstacles, 80 Haven St., Dedham (5/2 and 5/9) @ B5 Personal Training, 322 Reservoir St., Needham (5/16)    Fee: $115  
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WS20-Kendall Square Food and Innovation Tour

Kendall Square Food and Innovation Tour  NEW  Off the Beaten Path Food Tours Guide   What’s the center of the universe when it comes to innovation? Kendall Square, Cambridge! Centrally located next door to the Charles River, it’s home to MIT, Cambridge Innovation Center, and numerous biotech and pharma companies. On this exciting Boston food tour, you will experience some of the most beautiful restaurants in the city and sample a variety of delicious dishes, including Jewish baked goods, Asian dumplings, farm to table specialties, pizza, and even pickled eggs in a local dive bar. You will meet chefs and owners along the way. Together, with a friendly and knowledgeable local guide, you will hear about what’s innovating in Kendall Square today, while discovering the impressive spaces this neighborhood has to offer in this special curated experience. Limited to 15.   Date: Saturday, May 16                  Time: 2:00-5:00PM Meeting your guide at Mamaleh’s Deli, 15 Hampshire St. (One Kendall Sq.) Fee: $69    
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WS20-Latin Dance: Salsa and Cha Cha

Latin Dance: Salsa and Cha Cha Karen Leeds   Do you feel an urge to dance to Latin music? Join us for this 4-week class to learn the two basic Latin dances--Salsa and Cha Cha. You will learn basic Latin technique as well as the main moves, including the basic step, ladies’ turn, crossovers, cross body lead and more.  Tired of feeling like a gringo?  Get your mojo back – or join us for the first time!   Dance shoes with suede soles preferred but leather-soled shoes are better than rubber for turning. Singles are encouraged to sign up. Couples can choose not to rotate partners. Limited to 24.   Dates: 4 Wednesdays, May 13-June 3                                                   Time: 7:00-8:15PM @ High Rock School, Gym                                                                                    Fee: $65
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WS20-Make Your Own Leaf Print Bird Bath (Section I: May 26 and May 28)

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Make Your Own Leaf Print Birdbath/Table Top/Garden Decoration  Cathy Byrd and Leah Sauter   Travel to a barn in Needham to create a unique and functional work of art! On the first evening, you will choose a large leaf from the Cathy Byrd’s vegetable garden (or bring one from your garden). Then, you will use the leaf as in imprint for a cement birdbath, table top or garden decoration. On the second evening, you will add some finishing touches and weather proof the project. Note: a $15 materials fee is payable to the instructors in class. Limited to 7.   Section 1 Dates: Tuesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 28                                   Time: 5:00-6:30PM Location: 320 Charles River Street, Needham                                      Fee: $55
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WS20-Make Your Own Leaf Print Bird Bath (Section 2: June 2 and June 4)

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Make Your Own Leaf Print Birdbath/Table Top/Garden Decoration  Cathy Byrd and Leah Sauter   Travel to a barn in Needham to create a unique and functional work of art! On the first evening, you will choose a large leaf from the Cathy Byrd’s vegetable garden (or bring one from your garden). Then, you will use the leaf as in imprint for a cement birdbath, table top or garden decoration. On the second evening, you will add some finishing touches and weather proof the project. Note: a $15 materials fee is payable to the instructors in class. Limited to 7.   Section 2 Dates: Tuesday, June 2 and Thursday, June 4                         Time: 5:00-6:30PM Location: 320 Charles River Street, Needham                                      Fee: $55
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WS20-Mission Hill walking tour

Mission Hill  Boston by Foot Guide   Mission Hill is a neighborhood of continuous transition, rebirth, and renewal. Part of the colonial town of Roxbury, originally written as ‘Rocksberry,’ due to the plentiful outcroppings of Roxbury Puddingstone found throughout the area. We will see remnants of those and of the quarries that took advantage of them. Over time, new modes of transportation and new landfill projects brought more residents of diverse backgrounds to the area. By the mid-nineteenth century, Mission Hill had taken its name from the “Mission Church” (the Basilica of our Lady of Perpetual Hope). We will explore the many wonderful public buildings of this fascinating enclave of Boston, along with some fragments of an industrial past. Now mainly a residential area, we will discover some interesting housing stock as we climb up to the top of the hill to finish the tour. Children in strollers are welcome at no charge. Limited to 20.   Date: Saturday, May 30                                          Time: 2:00-3:30PM Meet outside the Roxbury Crossing MBTA Station on the Orange Line, 1400 Tremont Street Fee: $15
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WS20-Organize and Declutter All that Stuff!-SECTION 2

Online class! Organize and Declutter All that Stuff! Marilyn Cruickshank       Declutter & Organize All That Stuff!   Today’s reality is that we are spending more time at home than perhaps ever before.  When we spend time at home, we are more aware of our possessions and all the stuff surrounding us. We begin to see how much we’ve accumulated over the years—and maybe, how much is unnecessary.  As Michelle Obama recently said about the quarantine, “It’s a good exercise in reminding us that we just don’t need a lot of the stuff that we have.” So, if you are surrounded by too much stuff, drowning under too many piles, and finally confronting it, you may want some guidance in how to begin your decluttering journey, as well as how to then establish your organizing systems.  Join us to learn decluttering and organizing techniques from a professional organizer. You will discover tried and true strategies that can work for you and the way you live.  You will feel energized and motivated to make small changes that will have a big impact on your spaces, and will leave you feeling a bit more settled in this unsettling time. Limited to 15. Section 2: Thursday, April 23, 3:00-5:00PM Fee: $35  
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WS20-Organize and Declutter All that Stuff!-SECTION 1

Online class! Organize and Declutter All that Stuff! Marilyn Cruickshank       Declutter & Organize All That Stuff!   Today’s reality is that we are spending more time at home than perhaps ever before.  When we spend time at home, we are more aware of our possessions and all the stuff surrounding us. We begin to see how much we’ve accumulated over the years—and maybe, how much is unnecessary.  As Michelle Obama recently said about the quarantine, “It’s a good exercise in reminding us that we just don’t need a lot of the stuff that we have.” So, if you are surrounded by too much stuff, drowning under too many piles, and finally confronting it, you may want some guidance in how to begin your decluttering journey, as well as how to then establish your organizing systems.  Join us to learn decluttering and organizing techniques from a professional organizer. You will discover tried and true strategies that can work for you and the way you live.  You will feel energized and motivated to make small changes that will have a big impact on your spaces, and will leave you feeling a bit more settled in this unsettling time. Limited to 15. Section I: Wednesday, April 15, 7:00-9:00PM Fee: $35  
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WS20-Reiki Level 1 Certification

Reiki Level 1 Certification Class  Rita Glassman   Celebrities, pro athletes, hospitals and corporate wellness programs all utilize Reiki for relaxation, pain reduction and to expedite healing. Come learn the ancient art of Reiki to become a practitioner, for self-healing or treating your family, friends, plants or pets. You will learn the traditional hand placements, self-treatment and emergency first-aid Reiki. You will receive and practice giving Reiki treatment, and you will be given information on the Reiki tenants, the code of ethics, and insurance. Wear comfortable clothing. Note: A $20 materials fee is payable to the instructor in class. Limited to 8.   Date: Saturday, May 9                                                        Time: 10:00AM-6:00PM @ Needham High School, Library Classroom                          Fee: $149  
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WS20-Seed Starting

Seed Starting: Vegetables and Flowers (In collaboration with the Needham Community Farm) Joe Leghorn   Do you like exotic heirloom tomatoes and other vegetables, hard to find annual and perennial flowers, or fresh herbs year-round? Then learn how to start your own seedlings in your home. It’s fun, easy and educational. Learn where you can purchase hard to find seeds, assemble a seed starting station, nurture your seedlings and get them ready for the outdoors. Among other things, starting your own seedlings lets you explore tomato and flower varieties you don’t see in the garden center and fights those long winter blues. Limited to 20.   Dates: 2 Mondays, April 6-April 13                                                          Time: 6:30-8:00PM @Needham High School, Room 203                                                      Fee: $75
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WS20-Socially Responsible Investing

Socially Responsible Investing  NEW David Dirks   Socially responsible investing (investing in line with your values) is no longer a niche; it has become mainstream. This form of investing has evolved from simply avoiding tobacco, alcohol and weapons stocks to much more sophisticated efforts that measure the impacts companies are having on the environment, the attention they pay to social concerns, and even how responsive they are to shareholders. This class will cover the principles behind socially responsible investing, as well as practical implementation. How much does it cost? How do socially responsible investment firms perform? Do they make a difference? We will explore all of these questions, and show how you can put together your own socially responsible portfolio. Limited to 20.   Date: Monday, May 4                                                          Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Room 206                             Fee: $19
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WS20-Southern Indian Cuisine

Southern Indian Cuisine  NEW Shruti Mehta   The southern region of India is known to the world for its coastal beauty, IT industries, and Classical Indian music and dance. The food of South India, however, though quite popular in India, remains a secret to the world. Unlike the cuisine of the North, South Indian cuisine is distinguished by a greater emphasis on rice as the staple grain, the liberal use of coconut and curry leaves, and particularly coconut oil.  South Indian cooking is even more vegetarian-friendly than north Indian cooking and incorporates fewer spices and simpler ingredients. Come, explore this cuisine and learn to make Uttapam (rice and lentil crepes with onions and chilies), accompanied by onion and potato bhaji (stew) and a spicy lentil and radishes soup called Sambar. Other dishes include Pongal which is the ultimate southern comfort food (a risotto of rice and dal cooked with cashews and ghee), and a popular dessert of vermicelli cooked with milk, almonds and cardamom. A $20 ingredients fee is payable to the instructor in class. Bring plastic containers in case there are leftovers. Limited to 15.   Date: Tuesday, April 14                                                      Time: 6:00-9:00PM @ High Rock School, Cafeteria                                                    Fee: $45  
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WS20-Style Secrets

Style Secrets  NEW Yelena Perchenok   You can improve your image and look stylish without breaking the bank. Learn how to have more wardrobe options using fewer articles, and how to build new and practical outfits from your existing wardrobe or during a shopping trip. We will cover the use of accessories and correction techniques. Each class will include a presentation about a few aspects of looking “put together” (i.e. body shapes, complimenting colors, styles, accessories). We will view before and after photos to illustrate how style decisions can transform a look. There will be plenty of time for Q&A and personal approach discussion. Limited to 10.   Dates: 2 Wednesdays, May 6-13                                     Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Library Classroom              Fee: $65
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WS20-Tap Stress Away

Tap Stress Away Holli Bassin, Instructor   Harness the healing power of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to conquer stress, anxiety, and fear. EFT is a drug- and pain-free, non-invasive method that provides emotional renewal quickly and safely, without side effects! It involves tapping your body's pressure points to alleviate stress. A simple technique that has been around for over 5,000 years, and anyone can learn to do it. Learn this technique to apply it to yourself whenever and wherever you want for relief from your stress. EFT gently and easily releases negative emotions causing problems and pain. You will benefit from this new discovery that combines two well-established practices, including mind/body medicine and acupuncture (without needles). Experience emotional freedom using your own fingertips and discover how your life can be changed for the better! Limited to 15.   Date: Wednesday, May 6                                                               Time: 7:00-8:30PM Location: Needham High School, Room 202                            Fee: $25
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WS20-Upholstery: Advanced Beginning Workshop

Upholstery: Advanced Beginning Workshop Michael Woloshyn   Calling all experienced upholsterers! If you would like to get started on a new project with the support of the class and the instructor, or if you have a project you have been meaning to finish, this 4-session workshop is perfect for you! Pre-requisite: attendance in at least one of Michael’s Upholstery classes. Note: Bring tack hammer, tack puller, good scissors, pliers, and chair to the first class. Enter Pollard using the back doors off of Bradford St. and near the gyms. Limited to 12.    Dates: 4 Mondays, May 4-June 1 (no class 5/25)                     Time: 6:30-9:30PM @ Pollard Middle School, Room 104                                          Fee: $85  
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WS20-Upholstery for Beginners

Upholstery Michael Woloshyn   If you’ve put up with old, tired upholstery because of the expense of hiring a professional, then join this class and learn to do-it-yourself, and create a beautiful, “like-new” piece of furniture. The class will focus on reupholstering a chair (small chairs are recommended, since they will need to be brought to and from each class). Learn all the steps of upholstery, including stripping the chair, choosing and determining the amount of fabric, and making cushions. Note: Bring tack hammer, tack puller, good scissors, pliers, and chair to the first class. Instructions on purchasing fabric will be provided in class.  Some basic sewing skills are recommended since some upholstery projects will involve sewing. Enter Pollard using the back doors off of Bradford St. and near the gyms. Limited to 12.     Dates: 8 Mondays, February 24-April 13                                                Time: 6:30-9:30PM @ Pollard Middle School, Room 104                                          Fee: $169
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WS20-Voice-overs: Now is Your Time

PLEASE NOTE: This class will now be held online. Sign in credentials will be provided to each registrants a week prior.   Voice-Overs…Now is Your Time! Will Kamp   Spend two-hours learning how to begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, videos and more. In this class, the instructor will teach you a unique, outside-of-the-box way to pursue a full or part-time career in the lucrative voice-over field. Voice-over artists are in high demand, with companies looking for new voices like never before. Put your voice to work for you! Limited to 20.   Date: Tuesday, April 28                                                                              Time: 7:00-9:00PM @ Needham High School, Room 728A                                                  Fee: $35  
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WS20-Watercolor I (evening)

Watercolor Painting I Sally Meding   This class will be geared for the complete beginner who has had little or no experience in watercolor. We will work on a number of skill-building exercises and small paintings, including washes, dry brush, sgraffito, spattering, masking and texturing techniques. We will explore how much water to pigment to use to create tints, glazes and deep dark shades, together with an introduction to color mixing. There will be step-by-step demonstrations each class to help you learn the basic techniques of painting with this vibrant transparent medium. A materials fee of $15 is payable to the instructor in class for copying of materials. A materials list will be posted by class title on the district website: www.needham.k12.ma.us/community_ed, under Adult .  Limited to 12 .   Evening Class Dates: 8 Thursdays, May 7-June 25                                            Time: 6:00-9:00PM @ High Rock School, Room 238                                                 Fee: $189
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WS20-Watercolor I (daytime)

NOW ONLINE! Log in details will be provided upon registration. New dates below Watercolor Painting I Sally Meding   This class will be geared for the complete beginner who has had little or no experience in watercolor. We will work on a number of skill-building exercises and small paintings, including washes, dry brush, sgraffito, spattering, masking and texturing techniques. We will explore how much water to pigment to use to create tints, glazes and deep dark shades, together with an introduction to color mixing. There will be step-by-step demonstrations each class to help you learn the basic techniques of painting with this vibrant transparent medium. A materials fee of $15 is payable to the instructor in class for copying of materials. A materials list will be posted by class title on the district website: www.needham.k12.ma.us/community_ed, under Adult .  Limited to 12 .   Daytime Class  Dates: 8 Mondays, April 6-June 1 (no class 5/25)          Time: 3:30-6:30PM @ High Rock School, Room 238                                                Fee: $189  
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WS20-Weigh Less, Stress Less, Eat Better

  Weigh Less, Stress Less, Eat Better  NEW Elisabeth Brewer, MD Meghan Garcia-Webb, MD Genevieve Anand, MD   Join Dr. Elisabeth Brewer to talk about weight management, obesity research, and why a healthy weight can help prevent and manage many chronic diseases, including heart disease, cancer, and dementia. Dr. Meghan Garcia-Webb will discuss the benefits of a plant-based diet and strategies to increase whole foods and reduce animal-based products. Dr. Genevieve Anand will review effective stress management techniques and how to integrate these into everyday life. ​Limited to 50.   Date: Tuesday, May 19                                                                  Time: 6:30-8:30PM @ BIDH-Needham Outpatient Clinical Center, Conference Suites   Fee: no cost (registration required)
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WS20-Wine Tasting at Sweet Basil: Wines of the Pacific NW

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Wine Tasting at Sweet Basil: Wines of the Pacific Northwest     NEW Paul Malagrifa   When people think about the wines from the west coast of the US, most think California. If that’s all you think about, then you’re missing a lot of really good, high value wine. While Pinot Noir has made a name for itself in Oregon, many other varieties have become stars as well. Washington State is home to some of the finest Cabernet/Merlot-based wines, and there again, the number of killer varietals now in production has grown dramatically. So, if you are interested in discovering where the really great US wines can be found, don't miss this tasting! A wine fee of $15 per person is payable in class. Limited to 18.   Date: Sunday, May 17                                                                    Time: 2:00-4:00PM @ Sweet Basil, 943 Great Plain Ave., Needham                                              Fee: $69
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WS20-Wine Tasting: Rose All Day

Wine Tasting: Rose All Day @Heritage of Sherborn    NEW Jen Ziskin   At Heritage of Sherborn Coffee, Wine & Provisions, there are over 30 roses in stock from all over the world. Rose has been all the rage for the last few years and this spring will be no different. Most wineries release their roses in the spring, even though they are the perfect wine to drink all year. Join Jen Ziskin, Owner and Wine Director of Heritage of Sherborn, to taste through 10 roses, all from different areas of the world, to see what all the fuss is about. Snacks will be provided to taste with the wines. A $25 wine fee is payable to the instructor in class. Limited to 20.   Date: Thursday, May 7                                                                   Time: 6:30-8:30PM @Heritage of Sherborn, 33 N. Main St., Sherborn                                Fee: $49
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WS20-Zumba (spring)

Zumba®  Lulu Tsai   Zumba® is a great way to work out and is suitable for all levels of fitness. Dance the calories away, shimmy into shape, and have fun doing it! Limited to 15.   Spring Session Dates: 6 Thursdays, April 30-June 4                                           Time: 6:30-7:30PM  @ Needham High School, Room 817                                         Fee: $105
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