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Explore the world of cheeses! Kedron Kroger slices into the wide array of cheese produced and discusses the variety of flavors, identifies animal sources, breaks down the differences between soft, hard, blue, and strong cheese in addition to storing and serving rules. You’ll get tips for delicious ideas for cheese plates, cheeses to round off a main meal, pre-dinner snacks, dessert cheeses as well as pairing ideas with foods and drinks!
Bring in your laptop and questions for your computer for 1-on-1 assistance. Ryan Jolly or Lance Collins will assist with computer technology troubleshooting, removal of unwanted programs, antivirus prevention, general questions, and more. Bring your computer with you. This is a computer tutoring class. For more information, contact Anita Flowers at 404-636-9909 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paint a picture by following along step-by-step with the instructor – you’ll be surprised by what you’re capable of! This month, paint a gorgeous fall landscape.
Join Eaton Lighting as they share ways to promote energy efficiency. Discover ways to save money on your bills and reduce overall energy usage while also helping protect the environment. They will also discuss the difference in all the lightbulbs on the market and breakdown what each does and the purpose they serve in helping you have a more efficient home.
Thanksgiving is one of the tastiest meals of the year, but those abundance of leftovers can get tiring to eat after so many helpings! Join Jessica Walker with Momentum Transformations as she shares ideas to stretching leftovers, storing and saving for later use, and provides a variety of fun recipe ideas for making your Thanksgiving leftovers into new delicious dishes! Bring a copy of your favorite receipt and she’ll assemble a document for everyone to enjoy!
Jump aboard this guided tour of this Smithsonian Affiliations museum that has an inclusive and committed history center dedicated to enriching the knowledge about the experiences as well as strategic and economic use of the railroads during the after the Civil War. After, enjoy lunch at The Nest (www.thenestkennesaw.com – to be purchased on your own).
Take time to finish up projects. This class is not instruction based, just free time to work on a personal project with others.
This month, we will be reading Educated by Tara Westover. For more information, please contact Heidi Williams at email@example.com.
For more information, contact Tori Sorrells at 770-719-7214 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wine connoisseur Eric Trout, will be on hand to pass along all his expertise about wines. Join in the fun for a monthly educational program related to different wines, regions, countries, and more. Get information on a variety of topics relating to the choice and become a wine expert in no time. This month, learn all about wines to serve with Thanksgiving dinner.