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  • Actor’s Toolbox

    In this introductory acting class we will experiment with games, improv, voice, and movement to learn basic acting skills and build confidence, all while having fun. Each class begins with warm-up games followed by acting exercises—ranging from silly to serious—that build focus, confidence, and communication skills.
  • Drumming for Beginners

    Learn how to rock out on the drums with this class focusing on foundational skills. Using practice pads, learn how to grip and balance drumsticks and proper technique for playing the snare drum with articulation and overall accuracy. Rhythm and sight reading are other vital skills to master, and we’ll have plenty of exercises to practice keeping the beat each week. Enjoy learning how to play a great musical instrument, and have fun doing it! Please note: Bring a drum practice pad and set of sticks to each class. A limited supply of practice pads and sticks are available to borrow during class for those who do not have them. Please note: Dates have changed from the printed catalog. New dates 2/9-4/6.
  • Ukulele for Continuing Players

    Ukulele is one of the easiest instruments to learn and can give you a lifetime of musical enjoyment. In this class, we’ll review the fundamentals such as tuning and simple chords before applying them to strumming several classic and popular songs. We’ll also cover some basic music theory and tablature so you can pluck familiar melodies and recognizable riffs. Minimum prerequisites: Students should be comfortable tuning their own ukuleles and playing chords C, G7, Am, F, and G. Please note: Students need to bring their own instrument