Fifteen other women and I had a fabulous time learning how to create flower arrangements from found materials.
Tonight, a talented local resident discussed how to gather wild materials, find suitable containers, and combine them with tools and wholesale blooms.
She had an engaging Powerpoint with photos of wedding and party arrangements.
What’s so cool about community education: it’s taught by real people in our own community, lending our expertise, neighbor to neighbor.
Next time you go to the Brentwood Library, take a moment to check the Events board in the foyer. There are usually brochures for each upcoming class. You can turn in your registration form to the Circulation Desk while you’re there.
—>Here’s the schedule of upcoming classes held at the Brentwood Library. Many are free, but a few have a nominal fee.
UPCOMING CLASSES INCLUDE:
- Digital photography
- Retirement planning
- Feng Shui
- Law Talk
- Chess club
- Computer instruction
Another fun, free thing I found at the Brentwood Library is the Art Rental program. Just to the right of the lobby is a small gallery display. Brentwood residents can “check out” artwork just like library books!