April 6, 2013
Menu will include pancakes and sausage, fruit cup, orange or apple juice, coffee, tea, assorted pastries. Proceeds will help fund our Vacation Bible school in August 2013.
Knife making uses both the art and skill of the blacksmith in creating the most important item an outdoors man should have with him. In this class you will learn how to hand forge a knife blade, including the finer skills required to shape the blade and heat treating the blade to hold a keen and durable edge. This class is intended for students with prior experience in blacksmithing who are familiar with fire control and hammering techniques, and who have taken a previous blacksmithing class. This is a great class that will allow you to learn new skills and create a tool of which you will be proud.
NOTE: Hard shoes and long pants are required for student safety.
This two-day workshop is for kids twelve and up! Come make a pair of traditional gathered-toe moccasins like those that native people in the area would have worn. A template of your feet will be made to cut out the needed leather from brain-tanned and smoked buckskin or tandy leather. Awls will be used to make the holes that will be laced up with hand-made, spiral-cut leather lacing. You will complete both moccasins by the end of the workshop. The class will be complete with a short history lesson on the footwear.
Redeemed Christian Fellowship COGOP Evangelism and Women’s Ministry will be hosting their Annual Prayer Breakfast.
Every first Saturday of the month, the Rock Hill Church of the Nazarene in Rock Hill,, NY, will host “God’s Fun House.” It’s a time of games, food, movies and more… for families with young children through 12 years old. Free breakfast will be served.
A Quilt Exhibit Fundraiser for the benefit of St. Charles Borromeo Church on April 6 will feature quilts made by Marie Clark and her students.
The cost of admission is $2.
The family of John Betaudier, 20 year veteran announcer with the Sound of Life, is holding a celebration memorial at First Baptist Church in Kingston at 11 a.m.
Betaudier was one of the founding members of the Sound of Life and he finished his career as the first host of the mid-day cafe. Betaudier was 81.
The Columbia-Dutchess-Putnam District Order of the Eastern Star is hosting a Nickel Social in Cordes Hall at the Rhinebeck Reformed Church. The Doors open at noon and a light lunch will be served at that time. A drawing will take place at 1:30 p.m.
Home life among the native peoples and settlers of the Adirondacks included the use of gourd vessels. In this fun class you will select a gourd, cut it, learn how to prepare and clean the gourd and, using a variety of optional finishes and adornments, create something both beautiful and useful such as a drum, bowl dipper, dream catcher, lantern, basket, cornucopia, or other objet d’art. You will enjoy seeing the unique items made by each of your fellow students — never two of a kind! No experience required.
Every Tuesday and Saturday from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Learn about the world of martial arts with the guidance of championship Black Belt instruction. Class starts and ends in prayer. Parents, bring your kids and learn together. Commit to a better, more disciplined You! Class is FREE but donations are accepted.