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Dudley

How does a word mean?

11:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
Gather
65, High St
Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 1PY

Explore how to make words mean, from initial ideas to a piece of writing. To get started we'll discuss topics possible topics such as: a new start; breaking the mould; a voice from the past; what I don't know; the new neighbours; vacation nightmares; a day in my life. Examples of writing and photographs will aid inspiration. This class is everyone, whether you are already a writer, or haven't written much or anything at all. You can try a poem or a piece of prose, or a mix of both. Any form of writing goes! 

Bring one of the following:
A nice pen
A notebook
A second hand game for 7 - 8 year olds
A song you like and the reason you like it
An offer to teach a Trade School Class yourself

About the teacher, Michael Thomas

Michael is a poet, fiction writer, songwriter, actor and dramatist. He has published widely and runs writing workshops for a range of different participants, from primary school pupils to members of the general public. He also runs writing sessions for writers' groups in Birmingham, Worcestershire and around the UK. His most recent novel is Pilgrims at the White Horizon.

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Geneva

l'Espace de Quartier des Eaux-Vives (Call: 076 385 07 26)
Rue de Montchoisy 46 (Reference Elie)
1207 Genève

Do you have trouble answering the question “Where are you from?” ‘Where is home?” ? Did your family move to a country that was not your passport country when you were a child? Would you be interested in sharing your stories through a fun night of arts-based experiences? Then please join me for the “Authentic Arts Night for Global Nomads”! I propose the following: - Creating art together, all art activities will be low skill and insight high. - Awareness about the concept of a Global Nomad/ Third Culture Kid. "Third culture kid (TCK)[ ... ] refers to children raised in a culture other than their parents' (or the culture of the country given on the child's passport, where they are legally considered native) for a significant part of their early development years." - Building a community based on authentic experiences. Lets share stories and then have a drink together :-)

Bring one of the following:
An open mind
Papers/magazines/photographs to use in the artwork
Tape
Wine
Your favorite snacks

About the teacher, Sarah De Latte

I am a Masters student currently doing arts-based research on the concept of home amongst Global Nomads/Third Culture Kids. I realise there is a lack of awareness behind certain vital psychological aspects of growing up cross-culturally and realise that there are many stories not being told about having a mobile childhood. Additionally, you can choose to be part of my research (or not!) and further our understanding of growing up cross-culturally.

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Gestion de la violence verbale

8:00p.m. to 9:30p.m.
l'Espace de Quartier Secheron (1er floor / étage)
Avenue Blanc 7, 1er floor / étage (call 078 721 94 19)
1202 Geneve

Vous vous sentez dépourvu(e) face aux personnes agressives verbalement ? Pascal Seeger vous apprendra à comprendre les origines de l'agressivité et réagir de manière constructive afin d’éviter une escalade de la violence. Basé sur son concept du 3D (Distance, Détermination et Debriefing), vous allez acquérir des astuces pour vous protéger avant, pendant et après une discussion tendue.

Bring one of the following:
une surprise

About the teacher, Pascal Seeger

Actif depuis plus de vingt ans dans le domaine de la sécurité et de l'investigation (police, informatique, banque) je souhaite faire profiter au plus grand nombre de mon expérience. Le partage de connaissance est primordial pour rester au goût du jour.

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l'Espace de Quartier des Eaux-Vives (Call: 076 385 07 26)
Rue de Montchoisy 46 (Reference Elie)
1207 Genève

l'Espace de Quartier des Eaux-Vives (Call: 076 385 07 26) Rue de Montchoisy 46 (Reference Elie) 1207 Genève CH pour cette rencontre, la proposition est la suivante; assis en cercle, nous prenons un temps de centrage et d'alignement avec des respirations dans les trois foyers dans une qualité de présence méditative. Puis nous prenons un temps pour écouter nos sensations physiques, sur toute la surface du corps ... et plus. Nous sommes maintenant près à percevoir qui, dans le cercle, porte la parole et donc est invité à partager une information/connaissance ou une question. L'énergie du groupe a suivit une trajectoire ascendante qui a comme conséquences de fluidifier la parole, et ouvrir l'accès aux plans supérieurs, nous connecter à la supraconscience. C'est le meilleur moyen d'acquérir la connaissance, elle est notre plus certaine protection, associée à la conscience, qui va l'affermir et alors ouvrir les portes du coeur et ainsi la trinité prend Corps. Bienvenue pour ce beau voyage dans la pré-sence/science.

Bring one of the following:
rien
un lingot d'or
une maison au bord de l'océan
une suprise
your divine presence

About the teacher, Koream

Association qui permet l'échange de pratique de soins entre diverses cellules du corps social qui portent un intérêt à de telles actions. Koream propose également des rencontres avec toutes personnes curieuses de découvrir de nouvelles pratiques, dans un partage avec le Cœur d'abord et dans lequel chacune et chacun aura le loisir de faire un don coeurdial pour soutenir l'association qui nous permettra de poursuivre nos projets au fil de nos intuitions, et de vos propositions/suggestions que nous serons joie d'accueillir. Ici l'art des gens est remis à sa juste place . L'échange prime sur la monnaie, qui, offerte avec le Cœur peut élever nos Âmes, et soutenir l'art de guérir, un chemin à parcourir, sans aucune certitude d'arriver à destination, mais, de le parcourir peut amène la fascination et souligne le courage et la détermination des personnes qui choisissent la transmutation. Koream attire des femmes et des hommes qui ont le goût du changement, l'audace de vivre de nouvelles aventures, en toute responsabilité, quelque soit le rôle choisi ; recevoir un soin ou le donner.

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Indianapolis

Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

Learn the basics of creating your own Thanksgiving centerpiece. Whether using an elegant vase and some fresh Fall flowers or a rustic basket with gourds and pine cones — learn how to WOW your guests with something gorgeous YOU created! ** Each student will leave with a Fall centerpiece (or the makings of one) in tow. A few fresh flowers, pine cones and vases will be provided. Please bring any specific items you would like to use in your display (or extra items you would like to share!) Suggested items you can bring: - flowers (fresh and fake) - pumpkins (any size / real and fake) - pine cones - leaves (real and fake) - vases, jars, metal cans (any size and shape) - candles (any type) - misc. containers (baskets, buckets, wooden boxes, etc.) - paint and paintbrushes - any other Fall items

Bring one of the following:
* a pledge to volunteer by facilitating a class (we'll send you info!)
* a Trade School Donation
* a Trade School needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
2 or 3 of your favorite recipes
fall items for the class (see class description)
fresh flowers or produce
homemade baked goods/food
local beer

About the teacher, Emily Snider

Emily has a background in photography and graphic design. She currently is the Communications Organizer for Trade School Indy.

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Wonder Woman Writes

11:30p.m. to 1:00a.m.
Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

Women: Come and write your epic stories! Write fast and furious as you uncover and honor the turning points in your life that transformed you into the Wonder Woman you are today. The class will not only feed your creativity in a supportive community of women. It will underscore the growth points in your life that reveal you to be more powerful than you realized.

Bring one of the following:
* a pledge to volunteer by facilitating a class (we'll send you info!)
* a Trade School Donation
* a Trade School needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
a crocheting lesson
locally grown produce
something handmade only you can make
trash bag of your fallen autumn leaves
volunteer to read your scribblings

About the teacher, Shawndra Miller

Mennonite by birth, mystic by nature, Shawndra is a writer and energy worker living in Irvington. She is coauthor of Sudden Spirit: A Book of Holy Moments and is currently working on a book linking her healing journey to stories from a 19th-century women's mental institution. Her work has appeared in Farm Indiana, Acres USA, Topology Magazine, and other periodicals. She blogs about personal transformation and community resilience at shawndramiller.com/blog.

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Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

Let's face it, most of us didn't get the most encouraging or approachable education about our monthly visitor in grade school (or anywhere else along the way either). After spending four years delving into the world of women's health from the holistic Chinese medical point of view, Kate has come to find that many women are left wondering what is normal, what needs medical attention, or what the heck is even going on down there in general. During this class, Kate explains what a healthy period should be like and some obvious (and not-so-obvious) signs that things have gone off-track. We will discuss some basics, self-care rituals, and herbal and dietary tricks to combat the womanly-woes. This class is meant to be an open, relaxed (and dare I say fun?) way to better understand our bodies so bring your questions, anecdotes, and tips & tricks to share!!

Bring one of the following:
* a Trade School needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
* I will volunteer to assist with the class (And will be trained by a TSI Organizer)
Anything handmade
Anything vintage
Dog treats
Old photographs or slides
Red wine
Your favorite snack

About the teacher, Kate Downes

Kate is an acupuncturist & herbalist with expertise in the complex world of women's health. She loves to help women take control of their health and find happiness along the way. When she's not playing with tiny needles, you might find her thrift shopping, reading cookbooks, or planning her next adventure.

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Gentle Yoga for Your Back

11:30p.m. to 1:00a.m.
Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

Does your back give you trouble sometimes? All the time? Come get a great stretch, and maybe even learn some yoga moves you can do at home to stretch your back! In this easy class we will do a warm up, then yoga that stretches all parts of the back, followed by a cool down. For class you will need a yoga mat. You can also bring a blanket and block for modifications if desired. Athena's note: Don't worry about doing yoga perfectly in my class. If a particular stretch doesn't work for you, you don't need to do it. This class is a judgement free zone. It's about finding out what works for you!

Bring one of the following:
* a pledge to volunteer by facilitating a class (we'll send you info!)
* a Trade School Donation
* a Trade School needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
colorful gel pens
homemade jam/jelly/pickled goods
scented candles (except mint please)
tea bags (herbal, green, or white preferred)
treats for pet rats

About the teacher, Athena Bingham

Athena is yin yoga teacher by day & barista/social media specialist by night. Her yoga philosophy is: Do what's right for your body, not what's "right" for the pose.

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Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

Do you know how to communicate your skills and accomplishments in a concise, impactful way? Do you know how to stand out in an interview? This is a crash course on things you should know when applying for a job. We'll talk cover letters, resumes, interviews, and anything else you have questions about! Past students have said: "Kim was well prepared and seemed very knowledgeable. I walked away with very goods tips for the job searching process and would certainly recommend the course to anyone starting to look for another job - or even someone simply wanting to refresh their resume." "The class was great! Kim provided a lot of very helpful tips and valuable insight."

Bring one of the following:
* a pledge to volunteer by facilitating a class (we'll send you info!)
* a Trade School Donation
* a Trade School needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
Fresh flowers or produce
Homemade bread
Locally roasted coffee beans
Paper towel rolls
Surprise from a local Indy business

About the teacher, Kim Cui

Kim is a Michigan native who currently works in healthcare finance & analytics. She is passionate about social change, being your authentic self, and adventures.

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Enneagram 101

11:30p.m. to 1:00a.m.
Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

The Enneagram is an in-depth model of human personality and development which describes nine basic types of people. This system provides insight into our unconscious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and allows us to gradually achieve freedom through work designed to overcome the limits of painful ego states. In this class, you will learn about Enneagram basics, exploring the system's structure and history. You will have a chance to discuss the different types and to identify your own patterns of being. Finally, you will learn some tips for how to make the most of your type and will receive information about other resources that are available for your continued learning.

Bring one of the following:
* a pledge to volunteer by facilitating a class (we'll send you info!)
* a Trade School Donation
* a Trade School needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
A cool print
Fresh flowers
Kombucha, tea, or coffee
Small indoor plants
Something locally made or produced
Something seasonal
Something that smells like lavender or sandalwood
Something you made
Teach me to do something you love doing
Your favorite book, poem, or album

About the teacher, Lyndsay Crespo

Lyndsay Crespo provides strategic direction and writes grant proposals for the John Boner Neighborhood Centers, an Indianapolis nonprofit serving the Near Eastside community. She is also a board member for Trade School Indianapolis and Pogues Run Food Co-op. Apart from these activities, she enjoys jogging, cycling, yoga, meditation, gardening, and anything in the kitchen. She lives near Rabble with her three guinea pigs and sometimes gets around to practicing guitar.

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Vision Boards! Visualize Your 2018

11:30p.m. to 1:00a.m.
Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

Who doesn't love a good old crafting night? This one even serves a purpose! Bring any magazines you have lying around and don't mind sharing; we'll talk about visualizing your goals for the upcoming year and create a vision board to take home and inspire you as we head into 2018. Boards (poster board) will be provided, along with scissors, magazines, and glue. Supplies not required, but encouraged: - magazines (even if they're rag mags or odd titles, you'd be surprised what quotes and imagery they contain) - stickers and embellishments to share

Bring one of the following:
* a pledge to volunteer by facilitating a class (we'll send you info!)
* a Trade School Donation
* a Trade School needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
A local surprise
A new tea towel
A small pile of old magazines (for an upcoming class - ANY title accepted)
Trade School Classroom Needs (see website for list)
Your favorite wine

About the teacher, Joanna Schreck

A TSI organizer and craft lover!

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Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

In this class, you will learn how to make marble magnets and tile coasters using either scrapbook paper (magnets/coasters) or photographs (magnets only). These make for great gifts for friends, families, and colleagues. You will go home with a few completed projects that will be gift ready!

Bring one of the following:
* a pledge to volunteer by facilitating a class (we'll send you info!)
* a Trade School Donation
* a Trade School needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
Candles (fall/holiday scents)
Homemade goodies for the class (cookies, finger foods)
Pack of small round magnet disks (available in craft stores and craft sections)
Small - medium, unique notebooks/stationary
Your favorite fiction book (used is great!)

About the teacher, Brianna Maxwell

Brianna is a Director of Operations for a national staffing company. She likes to do easy crafts and DIYs, read, watch movies, and cook. She lives a simple life, but loves it that way.

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Trade School Indy @ Rabble Coffee
2119 E 10th St
Indianapolis

We are going to make a macrame plant hanger... Out of plastic bags! How it will work: 1) Learn how to fold and cut the bags into loops and then tie them together to create a "cord" 2) Learn basic macrame knot sequences 3) Follow a simple pattern using the knots you learned and the cord you just made! --- Making something for a plant is pretty cool, but being kind to the earth simultaneously is even more cool! All materials are provided except for your favorite plant (literally just the plant isn't included. I will have small pots and everything else). SEE YOU THERE!

Bring one of the following:
* a Trade Schoo needl!! (see http://tradeschool.coop/indianapolis/page/needs to select a current need/)
* a Trade School Donation
a surprise!
antique trinkets
anything round
herbs (fresh or dried)
local beer (no IPAs)

About the teacher, Mir Vogel

Mir is a fan of creating things--whether it's drawing, weaving dreamcatchers, pulling espresso shots, cooking pancakes, or sewing bowties for her stellar cat, she's always doing something that involves making something she thinks is cool and worthwhile. Also, she really really really loves circles!

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Los Angeles

West AdamsTeacher Orientation

2:00a.m. to 4:00a.m.
With Love Market & Cafe - Community Room
1969 S. Vermont Ave
Los Angeles

We want YOU to teach a class through Trade School LA! Any one is welcome to teach a class. Whether you already have a class idea you want to bring to life, or you'd just like to learn more about how our process works, join us for orientation. You'll get a brief history of how TSLA started and why we exist here in LA. We'll cover tips for teachers and show you how to get class scheduled and onto our website. We'll close by discussing your insights and ideas on teaching, sharing class ideas (if you have one already - optional), and hearing questions. This will be about sharing information, having fun and creating connection & camaraderie among our teaching community. Teachers only need to attend orientation once in order to teach in any future semesters. *Accessibility: This orientation will be held in a community room that is up a flight of stairs. The barter items for this class are being donated to The Painted Brain (https://paintedbrain.org/)

Bring one of the following:
paint brushes for acrylic paint
tube of acrylic paint (~8 oz)

About the teacher, Kathie Adams

I really enjoy DIY and have had many years experience of organizing a monthly craft club, where we make new things that interest us. Making jam, books, stamps, paper, soap and felted soap have been annual favorites. I currently work as a psychotherapist and have retired from a career in engineering.

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The Painted Brain
5980 Pico Blvd
Los Angeles

We want YOU to teach a class through Trade School LA! Any one is welcome to teach a class. Whether you already have a class idea you want to bring to life, or you'd just like to learn more about how our process works, join us for orientation. You'll get a brief history of how TSLA started and why we exist here in LA. We'll cover tips for teachers and show you how to get class scheduled and onto our website. We'll close by discussing your insights and ideas on teaching, sharing class ideas (if you have one already - optional), and hearing questions. This will be about sharing information, having fun and creating connection & camaraderie among our teaching community. Teachers only need to attend orientation once in order to teach in any future semesters. *Accessibility: This orientation will be held in a storefront space that is accessible. Metered parking or street parking in the neighborhood. The barter items for this class are being donated to The Painted Brain (https://paintedbrain.org/)

Bring one of the following:
paint brushes for acrylic paint
tube of acrylic paint (~8 ounces)

About the teacher, Kathie Adams

I really enjoy DIY and have had many years experience of organizing a monthly craft club, where we make new things that interest us. Making jam, books, stamps, paper, soap and felted soap have been annual favorites. I currently work as a psychotherapist and have retired from a career in engineering.

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DIY Mustard Making

2:00a.m. to 4:00a.m.
Teacher's home near USC - address & parking details will be emailed
Near USC
Los Angeles

Mustard is super easy to make! Want to learn how? You could even make up a batch or two for holiday gifts. We'll make cranberry or beer mustard and you will take home a jar! Supplies to bring: a 4 ounce or so jar to take home mustard and a bottle of beer for the next batch, and a snack to share if so inclined We'll meet at my home, not handicap accessible. Location information will be sent about a week prior to class meeting.

Bring one of the following:
bottle of EVOO (good olive oil)
dog treats (not rawhide)
local honey
nut (almond or cashew) butter - no sugar, nutty
surprize me

About the teacher, Kathie Adams

I really enjoy DIY and have had many years experience of organizing a monthly craft club, where we make new things that interest us. Making jam, books, stamps, paper, soap and felted soap have been annual favorites. I currently work as a psychotherapist and have retired from a career in engineering.

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East Side Teacher Orientation

8:00a.m. to 10:00a.m.
Karen's House in Echo Park
165 N Toluca St
Los Angeles

We want YOU to teach a class through Trade School LA! Any one is welcome to teach a class. Whether you already have a class idea you want to bring to life, or you'd just like to learn more about how our process works, join us for orientation. You'll get a brief history of how TSLA started and why we exist here in LA. We'll cover tips for teachers and show you how to get class scheduled and onto our website. We'll close by discussing your insights and ideas on teaching, sharing class ideas (if you have one already - optional), and hearing questions. This will be about sharing information, having fun and creating connection & camaraderie among our teaching community. Teachers only need to attend orientation once in order to teach in any future semesters.

Bring one of the following:
A snack to share with the class
Bag of coffee beans
Biodegradable dish soap
Cheap red wine or hoppy beer
Fresh produce
Something (art, craft, whatever!) made by you or someone you know
Surprise me!
Toilet paper

About the teacher, Karen Stasevich

I'm a policy analyst from Michigan. I came to LA for the weather and the adventures. I like backpacking, drawing, and learning how to do/make things. I also host a bi-monthly figure drawing workshop.

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Location Pending (an East-Side location will be finalized soon)
Location Pending (an East-Side location will be finalized soon)
Los Angeles

Are you wondering why you don't see any Trade School LA classes listed anywhere? You've caught us while we're planning our next semester of classes. To see the list of classes we've taught in the past, click the PAST link in the menu. If you're interested in teaching a Trade School class, click on the TEACH tab for more information. Our next round of Teacher Orientations will be held in November 2017. Sign up for our newsletter to make sure you get all the details. When we post our classes on the site, this is exactly what it will look like. You'll register by clicking the "JOIN" button below. If you want to test it out - go ahead! You'll see that you get a confirmation email that reminds you of the class location, barter items and time/date. It will also have an "Unregister" link in case you realize that you can't attend the class.

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This is where a teacher will list one of the barter items that you can bring in exchange for taking the class
This is where a teacher will list one of the barter items that you can bring in exchange for taking the class
This is where a teacher will list one of the barter items that you can bring in exchange for taking the class
This is where a teacher will list one of the barter items that you can bring in exchange for taking the class
This is where a teacher will list one of the barter items that you can bring in exchange for taking the class
This is where a teacher will list one of the barter items that you can bring in exchange for taking the class

About the teacher, Los Angeles

Together, Leanne & Dylan make up TSLA's Teacher Outreach team. Leanne started Trade School LA in May 2014 and has taught a number of classes, including "Create Your Own Trail Workout" and "Tips for Teaching." Dylan is one of TSLA's first teachers & volunteers and has taught "Introduction to Sitting Meditation", a class on Guy DeBord and psychogeography called "My Mind is Running!" and a follow-up to the psychogeography class called "Let's Drift!"

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Norwich

Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library
Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library
Norwich

A two-hour workshop to get you started, to try something new, to work on your writing project or just to refresh your skills.

Bring one of the following:
A surprise
English or Irish Breakfast tea leaves (not tea bags please!)
Ground Fairtrade coffee
Help distributing leaflets and flyers
Organic fruit

About the teacher, Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker is a writer, storyteller and teacher. She runs Norfolk's storytelling gathering Tales from the Undercroft. Her book "Ghosts International: Troll and Other Stories" is published by OUP and she is working on a novel set in Norwich during the English Civil War.

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Felting a Festive Decoration

2:00p.m. to 3:00p.m.
Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library
Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library
Norwich

This session is a great way to introduce yourself to the art of wet felt-making whilst creating something festive. You'll work with natural woollen fibres such as Merino and Corriedale wool, plus creative man-made fibres such as sparkly Angelina. Choose your own design - perhaps a robin, Christmas tree or snowflake - which captures the festive spirit. The session is suitable for all levels of experience, including total beginners.

Bring one of the following:
A commitment to teach your own Trade School class
Herbal tea (not green tea)
Natural fabric remnants (wool, linen, silk etc)
Organic chocolate
Potted herbs
Sewing threads, needles, pins, textile bits & bobs

About the teacher, Genevieve Rudd

I'm an artist living by the coast. I lead community participatory arts groups and I love to support people to be creative.

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Adventures in Cribbage

1:00p.m. to 2:00p.m.
Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library
Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library
Norwich

Whether you are a complete beginner looking for an introduction to the game, or somebody in need of a refresher, attend this session to become ready to play this classic and addictive card game. Norwich has a strong historical connection to the origins of the game through the Suckling family and local leagues operating on Tuesday and Thursday evenings throughout the year are currently undergoing a renaissance (www.cribbageinnorwich.co.uk) Games bring people together. Cribbage unites generations. Start your adventures in Cribbage here. All are welcome to come and play.

Bring one of the following:
Cribbage Board
Golf Clubs
Homemade Cakes/Biscuits
Illustrations for "Cribbage in the Counties", the book
Website Design Help

About the teacher, Siv Sears

Siv Sears is a teacher and trainer as well as writer and avid Cribbage fanatic. Upon returning to the UK 2 years ago, he immediately undertook to play the very English game in all 39 historical counties of his homeland. Up and down the land he played in pubs, clubs, a prison, a castle, a canal barge and in an Indian restaurant. The finale was at Suckling House in Norwich. To read more see: www.cribbage.org.uk or wait for Cribbage in the Counties, the book. In 2016, Siv won Cribbage gold at the Mind Sports Olympiad in London. Now he’s ready to help you get started on your own path to victory in what he believes to be the greatest 2-player card game in the world.

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