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Beer! An Introduction                                                  MBR
Thursday 7-9pm                 4/30                                    $45
Class held at The Mile Bar, 212 N Black Horse Pike, Runnemede. An introduction to the wonderful drink that is beer. Styles and regions will be introduced, and several samples will be provided. Maybe you will find a new favorite or a brand new type to explore. Instructor: Geoff Robinson. ABC permit appl.

Better Sleep with Hypnosis                                         HBS
Thursday 8:30-9:15pm       4/23                                      $60
Do you have difficulty falling asleep? Do you have difficulty getting back to sleep if you wake up during the night? Imagine leaving life’s cares and worries behind at the end of each day. Learn relaxation techniques and strategies to fall asleep easier. Reinforcement CD is strongly recommended and available for purchase for $18. Instructor: Barry Wolfson, MS. Director Hypnosis Counseling Center

College Funding Boot Camp                                         CBC
Thursday 7-9pm                 3/5                   $20 pp/$30 per couple
Prepared for your child’s college education? Learn how to double your eligibility for financial aid; find scholarships, grants, and low-interest loans; and learn how to fill out the complicated application forms. Instructor:  Laurent W Metzler, J.D.

Cooking Authentic Southern Barbecue                       BBQ
Wednesday 7-9 pm            4/29                                    $45
Learn how to season, smoke, and serve pulled pork, beef brisket, and ribs with Chris Maynes, co-owner of Whole Hog Café. The class will learn tips and techniques for making true Southern BBQ, including selecting the right firewood, preparing a charcoal smoker, seasoning the meat, cooking using the "low and slow," method, and serving the finished product. Each student will sample pulled pork, brisket, and ribs during the class. Class is held at Whole Hog Café, 1811 Route 70 West (next to Wine Legend). Class limited to 8 students.

Estate Planning Boot Camp                                          EBC
Thursday 7-9pm                 2/20                     $20pp/$30per couple
Learn how to plan and protect your estate. Wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and “Living Wills” will be discussed. Learn also how to reduce or eliminate federal and New Jersey estate taxes; avoid the negative impact of probate; and how to protect your estate from being “spent down” on nursing home care. Instructor: Laurent W. Metzler, J.D.

Lose Weight with Hypnosis                                         HLW
Thursday 7:30-8:30pm       4/23                                      $60
Through hypnosis, weight loss is easily and painlessly attained. Shed unwanted pounds and keep them off in a safe, effective program. Please bring a small pillow to class. In a relaxed state, allow kind and healthy suggestions to enter your mind to help you achieve your goals. Reinforcement CD is strongly recommended and available for purchase for $18. Instructor: Barry Wolfson, MS. Director Hypnosis Counseling Center

Career and Education Professional Development      CANCELLED
Tuesday 6:30-8:30pm        2/4                                      $30
Seminar includes: the benefits of using LinkedIn to network and job prospect including resume writing and electronic submission to get noticed, the value of a college degree or trade/technical certificate (wages and facts), and how to fund an education including scholarship to determine return on investment. The session concludes with a Q/A and product/literature distribution. Instructor: Dr. Thomas Maguire, Founder of Higher Ed Assist.

Stop Smoking with Hypnosis                                       HSS
Thursday 6:30-7:30pm       4/23                                      $60
Smoking cessation is easily achieved by hypnosis. Eliminate the craving for tobacco while minimizing discomfort. Please bring a small pillow to class. In a relaxed state, allow kind and healthy suggestions to enter your mind to help you achieve your goals. Reinforcement CD is strongly recommended and is available for purchase for $18. Instructor: Barry Wolfson, MS. Director Hypnosis Counseling Center

Savvy Social Security Boot Camp                                 SSBC
Thursday 7-9pm                 2/27                    $20pp/$30per couple
Come and learn how to determine when is the optimal time to apply for benefits. Discover the detriments of applying early and the benefits of delayed claiming. Learn how to develop a tax effective strategy to coordinate your social security benefits with your other retirement plans. We will also delve into the pros and cons of Roth IRAs, Roth conversions, and IRA alternative strategies. We will also discuss traditional and non-traditional strategies to help protect your nest egg from the next stock market crash. Instructor – Laurent W. Metzler, J.D.

Wide World of Whiskies: Bourbon                              MWH
Thursday 7-9pm                 3/12                                    $45
Class held at The Mile Bar, 212 N Black Horse Pike, Runnemede. In 1964 Congress passed a resolution designating Bourbon our native spirit. This resolution is hardly the beginning of the story. Join us for the night as we discuss the history and specifications of our native spirit. There will be samples of several bourbons. Instructor: Steve Brown. ABC permit appl.

Value Wines from Around the World                         MWN
Thursday 7-9pm                 3/26                                    $45
Class held at The Mile Bar, 212 N Black Horse Pike, Runnemede. You will taste 5-7 wines from around the world, with focus on value wines from around the world. The class will go over the regions, vintners, history, and food pairings. Instructor Eric Feldhake is a wine instructor, Advanced Wine Certificate holder, AWS Certified Wine Judge, and member of AWS. ABC permit appl

Fine Arts & Crafts

Advanced Art                                                                ART
Tuesday 7-9pm                  1/28 – 3/17                    $90 for 8 wks
Class held in Middle School Art Room (Door on Chestnut St)
This course is for those who have taken classes with Gwynn or have had some experience and would like to continue working on paintings and drawings of their choice and would like some professional help in drawing (graphite, colored pencil or pastel) or watercolor painting. Students provide their own still life or photos. Gwynn DiPilla is a professional artist with a degree in art education.

Calligraphy- Beginning & Advanced                            CLG
Monday 7-9pm        2/3 – 3/16 (no class 2/17)         $65 for 6 wks
Beginner’s workshop in modern pointed-pen calligraphy will teach you about the tools of calligraphy, basics in practice strokes and technique, as well as cover a full alphabet. If you are just starting out or are looking for hands-on tips and techniques to improve your beginner’s hand, this workshop is for you! If you have taken a class before and want to grow and learn beyond the beginners’ class with projects to grow your craft this class is also for you. We will learn how to add design elements to capture the essence of the verse being lettered. Learning drawing skills and color choices for that perfect detail. Material fee of $10 paid to instructor, Maureen Peters, graphic artist specializing in calligraphy.

Card Making I                                                               CANCELLED
Thursday 6:30-8:30p   2/6 – 4/9 (no class 2/27, 3/5)   $95 for 8 wks
In this class, students will create unique card projects while learning a variety of card making and paper crafting techniques. These include stamping, heat and dry embossing, die cutting, sponging, adding color, and more. All necessary tools and materials will be provided, and a $35 materials fee payable to the instructor will be collected first night. No experience is necessary, and all skill levels are welcome. Class limited to 10 students. Instructor Lisa Babitz

Card Making 2 - More Card Making                            CDS2
Tuesday 6:30-8:30p     2/4 – 4/7 (no class 2/25, 3/3)    $95 for 8 wks
This course is for students who already completed "Card Making I" with Lisa and features all new card projects that build on the skills covered in the first course and new techniques as well. All necessary tools will be available for use in class, and a $25 materials fee payable to the instructor will be collected first night. Class limited to 10 students. Instructor Lisa Babitz

Drawing and Painting: Daytime at Grace                  $105 for 8 wks
Mon. 10am-12                   1/27 – 3/16                        FULL
Mon. 1-3pm                       1/27 – 3/16                        FULL
Class held in Parish Hall, Grace Episcopal Church
A daytime art class for adults led by professional artist and art teacher, Gwynn DiPilla. Have Gwynn help you through drawings (graphite pencil, pastels, or colored pencil) and paintings (water color, acrylic, or oil). New students are welcome. Bring your own materials, and photographs or still life for inspiration. A list for recommended supplies for your selected medium will be available. This class is FULL at this time.

Watercolor at Grace                                                          WCam  
Thursday 10am-12             1/30 – 3/19                      $105 for 8 wks
New Daytime Class held in Parish Hall, Grace Episcopal Church!
This course will teach basics of watercolor such as wet on wet, wet on dry, dry brush, masking, glazing, and paper stretching. Each project is designed to develop your use of these techniques. A material list will be emailed a week before class starts. Instructor is Gwynn DiPilla, a professional artist with a BA in Art Education.

Oil & Acrylic Painting                                                   PNT
Monday 7-9pm   2/3 – 3/30 (no class 2/17)             $85 for 8 wks
Beginner and advanced students welcome. This class teaches the basics of completing a painting step by step. The relaxed teaching method provides an environment that is friendly, enjoyable, and educational. Bring several inspirational full-color photos. Material list sent upon registration. Instructor: Pat Saltman, with over 20 years of teaching experience.

Photography: The Basics                                              PTB
Monday 7:30-9pm   2/3– 3/16 (no class 2/17)         $85 for 6 wks
Jeff Anderson is a professional photographer and teacher with a true love of photography. This course will assist you in understanding photography’s technical and aesthetic aspects including: using digital cameras, managing your photos on your computer, composing images and discussing photographs, art and more. Class focuses on learning how to use your camera in manual and other modes, in order to help problem solve and get the results desired. A digital camera is required, and the user’s manual is recommended.

Watercolor                                                                    WCpm         
Thursday 7-9pm                 1/30 – 3/19                        $90 for 8 wks
Class held in Middle School Art Room (Door on Chestnut St)
This course will teach basics of watercolor such as wet on wet, wet on dry, dry brush, masking, glazing, and paper stretching. Each project is designed to develop your use of these techniques. A material list will be emailed a week before class starts. Instructor is Gwynn DiPilla, a professional artist with a BA in Art Education.

Interest Classes

Ballroom Dance for Beginners                                     BAL
Sunday 7-8pm      3/1 – 3/22         $32 pp/$60 per couple for 4 wks
Dance Haddonfield, the non-profit Delaware Valley Chapter of the US amateur ballroom dance association, USA Dance, will hold the class in the Parish House behind Grace Church. Learn six or seven steps in four popular ballroom dances: Merengue, Waltz, Cha Cha, East Coast Swing.  Includes refreshments and open dancing after the lesson.

Bridge                                                                           SJBR
Tuesday 7-9pm                  2/4 – 3/24                          $80 for 8 wks
Class is held at SJ Bridge Center, Barclay Plaza, Cherry Hill. Bridge is a fun and challenging game that is played throughout the world. These lessons are geared for complete beginners, or near beginners, and by the end of 8 weeks you will be on your way to be a bridge player. Bernadette will focus on the basics of bridge terminology and play in a friendly, social, and relaxed atmosphere. Instructor: Bernadette May, owner of Game Friendzy, ACBL certified instructor

French for Fun and Travel                                            FRH
Thursday 7-8:30pm            2/6 – 3/12                          $60 for 6 wks
Learn the basics of travelling to France. Practical conversations will allow you to reserve a hotel room, order from a French menu, shop, and ask directions. Pronunciation and conversation skills will be emphasized. You will tour French provinces via pictures and objects and gain first-hand knowledge from a teacher who has lived in France. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor, Lauren Arcusi, MAT Rutgers Univ.

History of Silent Film Comedy                                     FILM
Tuesday 6:30-9:30pm    1/28 – 6/9 (no class 4/14, 5/26)    $80 for 18 wk
Each class includes a short lecture followed by a screening of a classic film, finishing with question and answer period.  Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd and much more! Instructor: Ralph Secinaro, owner of Barrington Movie Poster and Bookshop

Dungeons & Dragons                                                   CANCELLED
Tuesday 7-9:30pm             2/4 – 3/24                        $60 for 6 wks
Class held at SJ Bridge Center, Barclay Plaza, Cherry Hill. Learn to play the latest edition (5th) of Dungeons and Dragons, one of the world's best-known role-playing table-top fantasy games. This class will introduce the resources that both the Game Master and the players use regularly during play, as well as cover the basic rules governing the game and character creation. Most concepts of the game will be learned during play. Online tools and resources will also be discussed. All materials provided during class sessions. Minimum age: 15.

Mark Twain and Great American Heroes                    TWN
Tuesday 6:30 – 7:30 pm    2/4 – 3/24                          $50 for 8 wks
It is time for Twain to return and set the record straight. Born in 1835 and dead by 1910 Twain witnessed America at its best and its worst. If he can’t make sense of it he is sure to make fun of it. In readings, rants and reminiscences Twain will discuss national heroes like Ulysses S. Grant, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Frederick Douglass and local heroes like William Still, Sarah and Angelina Grimke, Peter Mott and their impact on the America of today. Audience participation is expected. A Sense of humor required.

Strategic Financial Planning: The Key to retiring Well     RT
Thursday 6:30 - 9 pm         3/5 – 3/19                          $49 for 3 wks
Hear what you need to know about retirement planning issues including: determining how much money you may need to retire, controlling health-care costs, using 401(k)’s and IRAs to reduce income tax and help save for retirement understanding sound investment strategies and alternatives, transferring your estate to loved ones or charities, and understand long term care options. Instructors Bill Eldridge and Don Del Monte are registered representatives and investment advisors of LPL Financial

Italian                                                                            ITL
Monday 7-8:30pm       2/3 – 3/16 (no class 2/17)         $75 for 6 wk
Emphasis is on comprehension, reading and speaking Italian. This intensive course will enable students to communicate via small dialogues about everyday activities and situations that may be encountered abroad. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor.  Instructor, Christina DiSanzo, is a Professor of Italian language at Rutgers.

Writing for Writers                                                       WRT
Monday 7-8:30pm     2/3 – 3/30 (no class 2/17)         $120 for 8 wks
This class is for authors (published or unpublished) who are looking to move forward with a challenging writing project. Instead of lectures, the curriculum focuses on workshopping and one-on-one instructor mentoring, though group lessons will likely be presented as the need arises. This is a dynamic and exciting course for serious writers. So, if you have a fiction or non-fiction book in the works, or short stories or articles you’re struggling to polish, this might be just what you’re looking for. Instructor: Ty Drago, SJ resident and published author.

Vegan Cooking                                                             VGN
Monday 6-8pm          2/3 – 2/24 (no class 2/17)          $65 for 3 wks
Remember you are what you eat, and in this class you will learn to eliminate processed foods laden with high fructose corn syrup, white flour, white sugar, and hydrogenated oils, while replacing these “foods” with whole foods that will promote physical, mental, and emotional health. The original recipes we will prepare and eat are from my cookbook, Lettuce Turnip the Beet. Class limited to 8 students. Instructor: Patrice Leonetti.

Exercise & Sports

Fencing          1/16 – 3/19 (no class 2/20)          Thursday 8-9:30pm
Beginners                           $50 for 8 wks                     FGbg
Advanced                           $35 for 8 wks                     FGad
Class held in the Tatem School Gym, 1 Glover Ave. New students will learn the basics of this Olympic event that includes foil, the primary learning weapon, and an introduction to epee and saber. Equipment rental is $20 payable to the instructor. Upon receipt of your graduation certificate, you become eligible to continue fencing with the Advanced Fencers to polish skills. Schedule includes one make-up or free day week 9. Instructor: John Franke, with over 10 years fencing experience.

Fit 20-20-20                                                     Wednesdays 7–8pm 
1/8 – 3/11                                 $70 for 10 wks              FIT1
3/18 – 6/3 (no class 4/15)        $70 for 10 wks              FIT2
Class held in the Tatem School Gym, 1 Glover Ave. Get the perfect mix of three of the hottest and most effective fitness routines out there. 20 minutes of cardio kickboxing, 20 minutes of barre, and 20 minutes of core training. A taste of everything, to make you fitter and stronger! Schedule includes one make-up or free in the spring session. Instructor: Natalie Sandone.

Golf for Adults                                                              LGA
Sundays 4-5 pm          5/3 – 6/7 (no class 5/24)          $90 for 5 wks
Class located at Golden Pheasant CC, 141 Country Club Dr., Lumberton. Course emphasis is on the grip, stance, swing, rules of etiquette, chipping and putting. Beginners and intermediates are coached according to needs. Anyone over the age of 13 may participate. Clubs are provided. 12 student max. Instructor Larry MacCluen is a member of the U.S. Golf Coaches Association.

Pilates                                                             7-7:45 pm   
Tues winter          1/7 – 3/10            $70 for 10 wks     PLTwin
Thur winter          1/9 – 3/12            $70 for 10 wks     PLRwin
Tues spring           3/17 – 6/2*          $70 for 10 wks     PLTspr
Thur spring          3/19 – 6/4*          $70 for 10 wks     PLRspr
                             *No class 4/14, 4/16
Class held in the Tatem School Music Room by the gym. Pilates is a whole-body exercise program that simultaneously strengthens and lengthens your muscles. Based on a progressive series of exercises that accommodate all fitness levels, you will increase your strength, flexibility and balance by focusing on the abdominal muscle and back. Men and women of all ages will love this class! Please bring a floor mat. One free make-up class is built into the spring session, week 11. Instructor: Sue Heindel.

Royal Fitness                                                                 RF10
$68 for 10 visits (to be used within 2 months)                          
Gym is at 50 E. Gloucester Pike, Barrington. Phone: (856)547-3326. You have full use of the gym, salt-water pool plus over 100 weekly classes including Seated Chair Toning classes designed to improve strength, flexibility and mobility using hand weights and bands. Perfect for all levels of Fitness!

Tai Chi                                                             Tuesdays 6-6:45pm  
1/7 – 3/10                             $70 for 10 wks                TCwin
3/17 – 6/2 (no class 4/14)     $70 for 10 wks                TCspr
Class held in the Tatem School Music Room by the gym. A Time for You" Tai chi is an effective low impact workout that can improve balance, help fight arthritis, and stimulate the immune system. It can lead to peace of mind and general good health. We teach the Yang form - soft, graceful movements that can become like dancing with an old friend! It feels good! I've taught martial arts for over 50 years and been a student of tai chi since 1980. One free make-up class is built into the spring session, week 11. Instructor: Jack Poupard

Tennis for Adults                                                           TSA     
Mondays 6:30 – 7:30pm   5/4 – 6/8 (no class 5/25)    $90 for 5 wks
Class held at Centennial Courts, enter where Spruce St. meets Lakeview Ave., Haddonfield. Basic tennis fundamentals will be taught. You’ll learn the correct grip, stroke preparation, the forehand, the backhand, how to serve and volley, and tennis etiquette. If you’re already playing and want to improve your serve or strokes come for some coaching and practice. Instructor: Larry MacCluen, USPTA Professional

Volleyball: Co-Ed                                           
Thursday 9:15 – 10:45pm   1/9 – 6/4 (no class 4/16)  
VY1 (any day) $5                VY12 (any 12 days) $50, incl. 2 days free
VY5 (any 5 days) $25          VY21 (all days) $90, incl. 3 days free
Class held at Middle School Gym, Chestnut Ave entrance. Drop-in players allowed with daily online registration with $5 fee and subject to class limit of 23 students. Instructor: Gordon McDonald.

Yoga                                                                Tuesdays 8 - 9pm
1/7 – 2/11            $60 for 6 wks                                    YOG1
2/18 – 3/31            $60 for 6 wks                                    YOG2
4/21 – 6/2            $70 for 7 wks                                    YOG3
Class held in the Tatem School Music Room by the gym. All ages welcome to enjoy this yoga class for beginners as you are guided through classical yoga postures. Learn the fundamentals of correct alignment, conscious breathing and relaxation techniques. Please arrive a few minutes early for class and bring a yoga mat and a small blanket or towel. One free make-up class built into the second session, week 7. Instructor: Pam Babli, Yoga Center of Haddonfield.

Zumba                                                             Mondays 7-8pm
1/6 – 3/9 (no class 1/20, 2/17)         $56 for 8 wks       ZUMwin
3/16 – 6/1 (no class 4/13, 5/25)       $63 for 9 wks       ZUMspr
Class held in the Tatem School Gym, 1 Glover Ave. Zumba is a dance fitness program inspired by international music. Simple, easy to follow dance steps to create a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness class. It’s a cardio based workout to turn up the party and scorch those calories! No previous dance experience necessary. Zumba is designed for all ages and fitness levels. One free make-up class is built into the second session, week 10.  Instructor: Natalie Sandone. 

Classes for Kids

The Gardening Lab – Outdoor STEAM                        GNL
Wed 3:15-4:15pm              4/22 – 5/27                        $90 for 6 wks
Class held in Elizabeth Haddon ES Garden, Avondale Ave. This after school enrichment class will engage children’s enthusiasm for the natural world as well as foster personal wellness and ecological literacy through access to a living laboratory, the school garden. Students will enjoy hands on exploration with plants, animals, water, rocks and soil as they develop basic gardening skills, conduct outdoor science experiments, practice measuring their observations and create nature inspired art. Instructor: Lynn Raus, Landscape Architect. (Grades 1-4, limited to 14 students)

Tennis & Golf Classes for Kids

Tennis & Golf at Tatem School Gym, 1 Glover Ave off Grove St. Programs offered by instructor Larry MacCluen, USPTA Professional, are designed to teach fundamental skills in a fun and positive way as well as improve self-confidence and self-esteem. Financial assistance is available, contact the Adult School Director. Second session has an extra make-up or free class included.

Junior Tennis on Thursday:                                   $80 for 6 wks
New session of skill-based learning for ages 8-12.
Thursday 6-7pm                 1/9 – 2/13                          LTR1
Thursday 6-7pm                 2/20 – 4/2                          LTR2
Thursday 6-7pm                 4/23 – 6/4                          LTR3
Fundamental Tennis: (age 4-6) Children will throw, catch, skip and judge ball bounce & speed in a fun way.                $80 for 6 wks
Sat 9-9:45am                      1/11 – 2/15                        LTF1
Sat 9-9:45am                      2/22 – 4/4                          LTF2
Sat 9-9:45am       4/25 – 6/6 (no class 5/23)                LTF3

Beginner Tennis: (age 6-8) Tennis strokes are introduced while improving hand-eye coordination and ball sense. Emphasis is learning proper tennis basics in a fun way.                       $80 for 6 wks
Sat 9:45-10:30am               1/11 – 2/15                        LTB1
Sat 9:45-10:30am               2/22 – 4/4                          LTB2
Sat 9:45-10:30am       4/25 – 6/6 (no class 5/23)           LTB3

Junior Tennis: (age 8-12) Skill-based focus.           $80 for 6 wks
Sat 10:30-11:30am             1/11 – 2/15                        LTJ1
Sat 10:30-11:30am             2/22 – 4/4                          LTJ2
Sat 10:30-11:30am     4/25 – 6/6 (no class 5/23)          LTJ3

Golf Beginners: (age 4-9) Learning a proper swing is emphasized. Parent participation required.                              $80 for 6 wks
Sat 11:30-12:15am             1/11 – 2/15                        LGB1
Sat 11:30-12:15am             2/22 – 4/4                          LGB2
Sat 11:30-12:15am     4/25 – 6/6 (no class 5/23)          LGB3

Golf Juniors: (age 9+) Continued focus on skills.   $80 for 6 wks   
Sat 12:45-1:45pm               1/11 – 2/15                        LGJ1
Sat 12:45-1:45pm               2/22 – 4/4                          LGJ2
Sat 12:45-1:45pm       4/25 – 6/6 (no class 5/23)          LGJ3

Sunday Kids Golf: (ages 4-8)                                   $80 for 6 wks
Sun 12-1pm                        1/12 – 2/9                        LGS1
Sun 12-1pm                        2/23 – 4/5                          LGS2
Sun 12-1pm         4/26 – 6/7 (no class 5/24)                LGS3

Sunday Kids Tennis: (age 4-9)                                 $80 for 6 wks
Sun 1-2pm                          1/12 – 2/9                       LTS1
Sun 1-2pm                          2/23 – 4/5                          LTS2
Sun 1-2pm           4/26 – 6/7 (no class 5/24)                LTS3

Sunday Golf Clinic: (age 8+)                                $80 for 6 wks
Sun 2-3pm                          1/12 – 2/9                        LGC1
Sun 2-3pm                          2/23 – 4/5                          LGC2
Sun 2-3pm           4/26 – 6/7 (no class 5/24)                LGC3