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February can still be cold and this easy, stretchy hat may be just the thing to keep your head and ears warm. Materials needed: One skein soft yarn; crochet hook size H or I. Contact Nancy at email@example.com with questions.
E Koko Mai, welcome! Hawaiian native Tupua Ainuu gives us a little taste of his island culture. Enjoy hearing about the history, culture and stories of life in Hawaii. This intriguing and fascinating state will leave you in awe with their rich history and way of living!
Dietician Mary Kay Rudd uncovers the truth behind GMOs, genetically modified foods. These modifications are done to improve many things about our foods and though many are still fearful about consuming them, they are an integral part of everyone’s diets. Learn about how they impact our foods and the purpose they play.
Join Detective Gary Meier with the Peachtree City Police Department as he discusses crime prevention in our town. Hear about crime trends in our area in addition to crime recognition and reporting that is most helpful for law enforcement and how to be a good witness if you see something wrong.
Do you know what kinds of foods you are putting into your body? Rick Controy with Systematic Path discusses the good, the bad and the ugly to the foods we eat. Gain a better understanding on common terms such as organic, natural, free range and more in addition to learning more about what is really in our foods.
It’s time to pamper yourself! Enjoy a relaxing manicure by Divas and Dons Salon right here at the comfort of FSS. Men and women welcome, choose anything from nail grooming to polish color.
Adding bulbs is a wonderful way to include different dimensions of color to your garden. While Spring blooming bulbs are planted in the fall, there are some wonderful summer bloomers that we can plant very soon. Kim Toal discusses the best bulbs to plant this Spring to enjoy a beautiful summer color all season long.
The Fayette Fire Foundation and Fire Department have teamed up to improve the safety of our community. Learn more about the foundation and how they are working with Fayette County Fire and EMS to help save lives. See some innovative new equipment used on many calls that help emergency personnel work more efficiently during these demos of the newest equipment.
A great quilt for large prints combine with two complimentary fabrics using half square triangles. Materials list and picture available at the front desk. You will need to provide your own sewing machine.
This month, join us as we go and visit a turn of the century Tudor Revival building where Margaret Mitchell lived and wrote the famous Gone With the Wind. The Margaret Mitchell House is home to the apartment in which this famous author has her inspiration and maintains the original architectural features. Afterwards, enjoy a true Southern delicacy meal at Mary Mac’s Tea Room (www.marymacs.com – to be purchased on your own).