Summer 2017-Wednesdays*

A Scene from A Midsummer Night’s Dream :An Experiment in Acting
Karen DeMasters

Room 1-J

Through theater exercises and techniques, you will learn about body movement and control, being comfortable on stage, and diction and projecting one’s voice. Karen DeMasters, a 20-year actress with the Covenant Players, will cover the principles of drama, and a brief history of this Shakespeare play.  No memorization or previous acting experience is required.  Participants will be assigned parts and will practice and rehearse their roles of one selected scene.

12 person minimum

Plein Air Watercolor Painting
Cecile Disenhouse

Mondays and Thursdays*
Class Dates:  July 24 , 27, 31, Aug. 3

Join Cecile for outdoor watercolor classes at beautiful places around Seattle. Bring your light supplies – small palette (no tubes needed), a few brushes, pencil, eraser, pen, a few sheets of watercolor paper and small water container with some water. You can bring a light stool to sit on.  Also a sun hat is a good idea!

We’ll meet at locations such as Discovery Park, Green Lake, the Arboretum, Fisherman’s Terminal, Meadowbrook Park, and Edmonds Waterfront. The first meeting will be held at the Bath House Theater at Green Lake. We’ll meet at the theater.  Parking is close by.

Note: Cecile’s classes are on Mondays and Thursdays, July 24, 27, 31 and August 3. Enrollment includes all  four classes.

10 person minimum, 25 maximum

Rosen Movement
Cameron Justam

Room B5

Rosen Movement was created by Marion Rosen, a physical therapist, to foster, support, and maintain flexibility during the aging years. This goal is aided by music, which provides fun and inspiration to move all the joints with ease. Come move with us—be more open to the day and to life! Cameron is a Certified Rosen Method body practitioner.

Class limit: 20

Chantons en Francais
Marguerite Margason

Wednesday July 19th
Special One-Time Event
Lake City Presbyterian Sanctuary

Chantons en Francais —-Native French speaker will lead a one-time session of French songs from drinking songs, to Edith Piaf, Charles Trenet and Chansons of the ’50’s and ’60’s.    Knowledge of French and music reading useful but not essential.

James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Bruce Bigley

Room B2

We will read and discuss Joyce’s first novel, a narrative of a thinly disguised self- portrait of growing up. This class is for all, but especially for those interested in continuing through the coming year with a series of courses on James Joyce’s Ulysses

Current Events: The Sunday New York Times
Steve Camp and Ellen Glann

Room B4

This class engages in current events discussions, with a primary but not exclusive focus on articles, stories and features in the preceding week’s Sunday New York Times. We will include all sections of the paper in our scope: national and international events, politics, arts and leisure, book reviews, sports, business, travel, and The New York Times Magazine. Class members should bring the Sunday, July 2, edition to the first class, and we will share thoughts on stories and subjects of particular interest.

The Sunday New York Times is available at most Starbucks and grocery stores for $6, and can be ordered for home delivery.

Class limit: 15

Learning to Play the Ukulele
Allyson McCombs


Room B2

Rich in Hawaiian tradition and history, the ukulele is a four-stringed musical instrument which is easy to learn. Ally McCombs, a Seattle musician and songwriter will teach a few of the basics including chords and strumming. Together we will learn how to play a few familiar and fun songs. If you have a ukulele in the basement, bring it along or purchase an inexpensive variety on

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