Activity Guides Spring/Summer 2014 Activity Guide - Page 5

LEISURE Art Jewellery: Silversmithing Hug-a-Tree and Survive 5 - 11 An introduction to jewelry design and fabrication. Discover the fine art of using metals to create your own unique jewelry items. You will learn to solder, set a stone, and create your own sterling silver ring, pendant or earrings. Depending on level of difficulty, students can expect to create 1 or 2 pieces. All tools are provided, materials and supplies are to be purchased directly from the instructor or you can bring whatever metals, stones or findings you might find on your own. Material costs will vary. This is an RCMP search and rescue initiative that helps lost children survive in the woods. This proactive, preventative program originated in San Diego, CA, after a nineyear-old boy became lost and tragically died in the wilderness. A core program under the AdventureSmart banner, Hug-a-Tree and Survive teaches children invaluable outdoor survival lessons. This is a FREE program, but registration is required as space is limited. George Elliot Sec - Rm #138 Instructor: Linda Meraw Wed Apr 9 – May 14 6:30-9:00 pm 6 classes $125 + tax Code: 0414.093 George Elliot Sec - Library Natural Soap Making Getting back to basics and natural ingredients is not just a trend but a lifestyle. Not only should you know and care what you put into your body, but also what you put onto it. Soap making involves an exact combination of oils (Coconut, Palm & Olive) blended with lye producing a beautiful natural soap without unnecessary ingredients. This 2 evening course will teach you everything you need to know to make your own luxurious soap creations using the cold process method. Proper handling of lye and all the safety precautions are covered. While the ͽ