Embossing is the process of creating a three dimensional image on paper and other materials, when done with heat the result is a shimmering, raised pattern of the leaf,
embossed on the card.
INSTRUCTOR: Beverly Blair, retired lawyer & law professor from Cleveland, OH, she now has found more fun with nature printing methods and is a member of the International Nature Printing Society.
Four-class series; additional class dates 2/23, 3/2, 3/9. All classes meet from 10 AM to 1 PM. BEGINNERS are WELCOME!
Carolyn promises to take away the fear that people have of watercolors! Come see for yourself! Call her for supplies list- available at Blue Line Office Supply 359-8470.
Two-class series; additional class date 2/23. Both classes meet from 10 AM - 12 noon.
Trace the history of “The Table” and dining,
and how this translates to modern day entertaining.
Using our collective creativity with hands on
projects, we will create our very own unique
table top designs.
Four-class series; additional class dates 2/17, 2/24 and 3/3. All classes meet from 1-3 PM.
Symbols of a simpler era when home,
family and friends were the central
elements of our lives, BRAIDED RUGS
are now making a welcome comeback!
INSTRUCTOR: Kay Hyslop – Teacher and braider extraordinaire!
Members: $50.00 for 4 classes.
Non-Members: $60.00 for 4 classes.
Ovation 2010: A Day for the Arts at Lakewood Ranch
This event, in support of WUSF Public Broadcasting featured live performances from the Ovation stage, special demonstrations and interactive booths and displays that brought Main Street to life with the Performing Arts. WUSF personalities, Coleen Cook, Russell Gant, Susan Giles Wantuck and Bob Seymour were also there meeting and greeting guests.
Florida's Department of Revenue reports that home owners in Florida have collectively paid 7.5% less in property taxes since the summer of 2007, Former Okaloosa County Sheriff Charlie Morris faces more charges stemming from his arrest in Las Vegas regarding Homeland Security Fraud, thunderstorms in the area created tornado warnings, Tampa Museum of Art opens in downtown Tampa, and space shuttle cleared for liftoff this Sunday.
Drug Court:Treatment, Not Jail
People arrested for drug crimes often face jail time and perhaps court-ordered rehabilitation or treatment. In drug court, that’s flipped around: outpatient or residential treatment, regular check-ins with a judge, and jail time as a last resort. The program mixes criminal justice and social services in an effort to help nonviolent offenders -- and save the system money -- by keeping them from relapsing. This week, we’ll visit the drug court in Florida’s Sixth Circuit to see what happens and why it’s making a difference in participants’ lives.