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A Cosmic Journey
 
Embark on a cosmic journey through the galaxy and our solar system from its formation. Travel at the speed of light as we gaze into the past and catch a glimpse of the future. Students will learn about the planets, how stars are born, how they die, and the supernovae corpses they leave behind.

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Journ
Cohn School
111
18 - &up Davis 10/29 - 11/19 Tu 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM $0.00 View 4

Advanced Canning
 
Pressure canning is a great way to preserve vegetables, soups, and other low acidic foods. In Advanced Canning participants will have the opportunity to gain hands on experience and knowledge about pressure canning as well as take home delicious samples. Offered in partnership with the UT/TSU Extension.

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AdCanning
Cohn School
119
18 - &up Sanders 11/20 - 11/20 We 05:30 PM - 08:30 PM $25.00 View 4

Basic First Aid
 
Training in basic first aid techniques will be administered by Nashville Save a Life professionals. Includes materials and certification card.


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FirstAid
Cohn School
111
18 - &up Nashville Save a Life 10/24 - 10/24 Th 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM $55.00 View 14

Beginning Birding
 

Birding (also known as bird watching) is one of the fastest growing hobbies in the country, and for good reason! Studying birds allow us an easy access point to gain an appreciation and understanding of Earth's biodiversity. We will identify common backyard birds using binoculars and field guides, and enter our observations into eBird for scientists to use the data. You will develop a foundation for a lifelong interest in our avian friends! All materials will be provided. Offered in partnership with the UT/TSU Extension. Note: this class is open to ages 13+, so make it a family affair!



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Birds
Inglewood Elementary
Library
13 - &up Lantz 9/30 - 10/28 Mo 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $25.00 View 8

Black Women in History
 
Similar to an independent study college course, students will read as well as research and report on a black woman they find interesting. We will also read and discuss the book, “Shifting: The Double Lives of Black Women in America.”

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Women
Inglewood Elementary
126
18 - &up Johnson 10/15 - 11/5 Tu 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM $40.00 View 19

College Knowledge for Adult Learners
 
More than 40% of college students are adult learners (ages 25 and older) who may enroll in school to fulfill dreams, change careers, stay competitive or advance their current career. Adults learners will identify the main motivators for why they want to go back to school and receive guides, tips, and resources to help with decision-making. They will explore: What kind of college is going to support adult learners, and be a good fit? What are the logistical hurdles adults face in college? Instruction will also cover how to overcome anxieties around returning to school, navigate student life, and adult responsibilities.

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College
Wright Middle School
124
18 - &up Damron-Litchford 10/29 - 11/5 Tu 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM $15.00 View 7

CPR For Adults
 
Learn basic CPR and how to use an AED on adults in emergency situations. Students will receive hands-on, up-to-date training and certification in class. Includes materials and certification card.

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CPR
Cohn School
119
18 - &up Nashville Save a Life 11/19 - 11/19 Tu 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM $55.00 View 10

Creative Personal Journaling
 
Studies have shown that keeping a private journal can help improve mental health and creativity, but finding the time to journal in today's hectic society is tough. Students will get the space & time to slow down and write while clearing their minds and releasing anxiety. Through a series of prompts and discussions, students will learn how to create their own unique journaling style, set goals and "Dreamscape." Bring your own personal journal and a pen.

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Jour
Cohn School
112
18 - &up Anderson 11/12 - 12/3 Tu 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $25.00 View 4

Creative Thinking and Problem Solving
 

Do you struggle with making decisions? Maybe you just need to approach your problems in a more creative way! In this class students will learn how to use art, including drawing and cutting/pasting and public speaking to help with problem solving and decision making. They will discuss their goals, resources to help them, and past negative consequences to help develop a plan to meet those goals.



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ProblemSolving
Cohn School
121
18 - &up Radic 11/19 - 12/10 Tu 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM $40.00 View 17

Eat Smart at Home
 

Hands-on nutrition education for adults, especially parents and caregivers of children. Through a series of meetings, families learn to make healthy food choices within a limited budget and to how choose physically active lifestyles. Provided by UT/TSU Extension.



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EatSmart
Inglewood Elementary
Lounge
18 - &up Guilyot 10/15 - 11/12 Tu 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $0.00 View 9

Eating for a Better Night's Sleep
 

Registered Dietitian and author of the book, Eat to Sleep: What to Eat & When to Eat It for a Good Night's Sleep, discusses what foods we should be eating more of, and which ones we should avoid, for a better night's sleep--every night!

Learn how to incorporate sleep-benefiting foods into your diet with easy, practical tips and delicious recipes. You’ll get hands-on in this class to prepare a recipe that will promote better ZZZ’s.

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BetterSleep
Cohn School
119
18 - &up Meyer 12/11 - 12/11 We 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM $60.00 View 14

Essential Oils For Healthy Living
 

Looking for natural solutions to the products we normally use for healthcare? Wondering what all the hype is about essential oils? Learn how we can support our health naturally using certified pure therapeutic grade essential oils. Every session will include a take-home component of full-sized items to start using right away. Topics covered include: 1. basics and science of CPTG essential oils; 2. essential oils for family wellness; 3. minimizing and eliminating toxic load



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Oils4Health
Cohn School
117
18 - &up Scott 10/14 - 10/28 Mo 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $25.00 View -1

Essential Oils: Rollers for Kids
 
Get interactive in this hands-on workshop that gives you the opportunity to make ten mini roller bottles to support kids and their health needs. You will also receive instruction on essential oils and how to use them.This class is great for those who are new to oils and seasoned users as well! All supplies included.

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Workshop
Cohn School
117
18 - &up Scott 10/30 - 10/30 We 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $35.00 View 14

Film Scoring Basics
 

A class for composers of all abilities with little or no knowledge of scoring to picture and multi-media. The class specializes in distinct orchestration and compositional techniques that enable composers to write specifically for post-production projects. Students will also learn how to properly sync their original score to picture.



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FilmScore
Cohn School
117
18 - &up Madatian 10/29 - 12/3 Tu 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM $90.00 View 10

From Seed to Table Gardening
 
Join the UT/TSU Extension to learn how to start your own vegetable garden - from seed to table! Students will learn how to build a raised bed, pick the right soil, care for growing plants and more. Hands-on canning, food safety, and preserving techniques will also be covered. The series will culminate in a cooking demonstration using seasonal ingredients. Dress for mess. All supplies, including take home items, will be provided.

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Seed2Table
Cohn School
119
18 - &up Harrell 9/26 - 10/24 Th 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM $25.00 View 17

How Films Tell Stories
 
Class will examine numerous scenes from films, discussing how film conveys the story through techniques of time manipulation, cinematography, editing, and sound.

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films
Wright Middle School
124
18 - &up Brown 9/10 - 11/5 Tu 07:00 PM - 08:15 PM $40.00 View 12

How to Maximize Your Time
 

We could all be more productive and efficient during the course of the workday. Students will learn how to manage their time so that getting more done feels virtually effortless. Instruction will cover a tried and true system for managing your time. Use it and you'll end each day feeling relaxed and start the following one with a sense of renewed focus, knowing you crossed everything off your list yesterday, and can do it again today! Fee includes course book.



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MaxTime
Wright Middle School
121
18 - &up Love 11/12 - 11/12 Tu 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $15.00 View 9

Medicare Basics
 
Learn the ABC's & D's of Medicare. Instruction will cover enrollment eligibility, important enrollment time frames and effective dates. Students will also learn the difference between Medicare, Medicare Supplements (i.e. “Medigap” plans), and Medicare Advantage plans. Students will be provided with some tips to assist with selecting a plan that is compatible with their individual needs


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Cohn School
117
18 - &up Margiloff 10/23 - 10/23 We 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM $10.00 View 10

Mental Health Caregiver Support Primer
 

This seminar informs and supports people who have loved ones with mental health issues that may include co-occurring substance abuse. Participants will receive an overview on types of mental health issues, treatment, recovery, communication strategies, crisis preparation and NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Davidson County resources. The session is peer-led by trained persons with mental health conditions in their families.



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Middle Tennessee Mental Health Institute
Room 1
18 - &up NAMI DAVIDSON Co. 11/9 - 11/9 Sa 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM $0.00 View 12
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Middle Tennessee Mental Health Institute
Room 1
18 - &up NAMI DAVIDSON Co. 12/14 - 12/14 Sa 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM $0.00 View 14

Nashville Farmers' Market Series
 

There is no source better than the Nashville Farmers' Market - feeding Nashville since 1801 - to learn how to make the most of fresh, regionally grown produce. The instructor will offer tips about cooking seasonally and demonstrate recipes easily re-created in your home kitchen using produce from local farmers. Tastings and samples included!

Classes meet the first Thursday of every month*. Register for the series and save $25!

*Since registration has opened we have had a change in instructor (now Elizabeth Sanders) and a change in the first class date only. The official first class is September 19, then classes will meet on the first Thursday of each month (Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5).

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NFMSERIES
Nashville Farmers' Market
Grow Local Kitchen
18 - &up Sanders 9/19 - 12/5 Th 06:00 PM - 07:15 PM $75.00 View 15

NFM: Seasonal Cooking Classes
 

There is no source better than the Nashville Farmers’ Market—feeding Nashville since 1801---to learn how to make the most of fresh, regionally-grown produce. The instructor will offer tips about cooking seasonally and demonstrate a recipe easily re-created in your home kitchen using produce from local farmers. Tastings and samples included!

Classes meet the first Thursday of every month.* Check the date and choose which month you'll be free, or register for the series and save $25! 

*Since registration has opened we have had a change in instructor (now
Elizabeth Sanders) and a change in the first class date only. The official first class is September 19, then classes will meet on the first Thursday of each month (Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5).


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Nashville Farmers' Market
Grow Local Kitchen
18 - &up Sanders 11/7 - 11/7 Th 06:00 PM - 07:15 PM $25.00 View 3
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NFMFALL
Nashville Farmers' Market
Grow Local Kitchen
18 - &up Sanders 12/5 - 12/5 Th 06:00 PM - 07:15 PM $25.00 View 4

Selling Jewelry Online
 

Selling jewelry online can be a worthwhile “side hustle” to augment other income, especially if you have a passion for vintage costume and/or modern fashion jewelry. But, sellers need specific online marketing and sales skills to be successful. Students in this class will learn how to research, price, photograph and describe jewelry to list  for sale online. Students will learn how to identify coveted styles and brands; best places to  purchase jewelry for resale; essential equipment and supplies; and shipping items.

Note:  Students are recommended, but not required, to take “Collect and Identify Vintage Costume Jewelry” prior to class.



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Jewelry
Cohn School
121
18 - &up Solow 10/29 - 11/12 Tu 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $35.00 View 5

Telling Your Life Story
 

This class is designed to evoke memories and personal stories in an effort to compose a life. Prompts are given to help participants sketch out the events, themes, and people of importance to them. This is not a critique-based writing workshop, but instead provides the time, space, and permission needed to tell the stories that need to be told.

 



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TellStory
Cohn School
121
18 - &up Lyles Wilson 10/15 - 11/5 Tu 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM $35.00 View 4

The Enneagram & Our Relationships
 

An interactive, guided study of the enneagram book The Path Between Us by Suzanne Stabile using the accompanying study guide. Students will  explore themselves and others more fully in the context of our relationships with the knowledge of the enneagram. Each week will cover a different topic and explore that topic within all enneagram types. This is an expansion on the enneagram introductory course titled ‘What’s Your Number?’



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Enneagram
Wright Middle School
Library Classroom
18 - &up Bernhardt 10/15 - 11/19 Tu 06:30 PM - 07:45 PM $20.00 View -4

Unconscious Bias and Your Relationships
 

Want to discover what some of your unconscious biases are and learn how it can be affecting relationships Learn some psychology basics and how our perceptions affect how and what we communicate. We will learn others' unique stories and perceptions and recognize our own unique perceptions through sitting in circle every week as well as doing some self-reflection exercises, written activities and group coaching facilitated by a certified life coach and professor of communication.

 



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QualityRelat
Wright Middle School
124
18 - &up Johnson 10/16 - 10/30 We 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $30.00 View 14