A COMMUNITY WITH HEART HAS ROOM FOR EVERYONE
Mosaic Mission ~
To enrich, encourage and empower people with developmental disabilities toward achieving independence, social skills, and community inclusion through the arts,
education, and social activities.
Welcome back friends of learning and fun . . .
Fall quarter classes begin September 10. Mosaic is happy to welcome you to our new classroom location in Sequim. We
extend a thank you to Russ Bonham and the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints for hosting our Rec Club and Drumming classes on Tuesday and Exercise and Arts on Thursday.
Other news to note, "Drumming with Dave" begins September 24 and will run for 10 weeks. We have also created the "Life-Long Literacy Project" for people interested in increasing math skills and reasoning for better understanding. Check it out!!! Join Class mentors, Ursula Schletter and Riley O'Neil, it will be fun to tease the brain and learn new skills. Also new is "For Children Theater", the production class offers veteran actors under student producers in learning how to produce a children's theater production. "Green Eggs and Ham" will be created as a traveling show to be presented February 2014.
The Healthy Cooking class focus for Fall 2013 is local harvesting and food preparation of bulk vegetables, fruit, berries herbs, by drying, cooking and reducing, storage, and freezing. The class is from 10 to Noon and does not provide lunch. Students will be able to bring home foods that they have prepared. In some classes we eat what we have prepared, but it's suggested that everyone bring a lunch on class days that extend through the noon hour.
Bonne Smith, Mosaic Program Director
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