10 Classes to Nurture Your DIY Passion 

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Fundamentals of Jewelry Making
So many of our favorite Brooklyn people are jewelry designers. Don’t you want to be one our favorite Brooklyn people? Then get some practical schooling in how to craft your own stuff, including earrings, bracelets, rings, and necklaces. Mondays, 7-9pm; Oct. 15-Dec. 3, $110 + $25 materials fee

Patternmaking for Dog Garments
Tired of making sweaters for bulldogs that employ a subpar bones-and-spiked-collars pattern? Learn to make your own to get those details just so. Saturdays, 9:30am-4pm; Oct. 20 and 27, $210

Introduction to Image Consulting
Ugh, sometimes we’re so tired of making things, right? We think it’s time we all just became experts. So why not study line and color principles, and learn to analyze the human figure and the human face, as well as the hair, make-up and skin-care that ornament them? And then take a nap? Saturdays, 9:30am-12:30pm, or Mondays, 6pm-9pm, Sep. 22-Oct. 29, $295

Basic Flower Arranging

So, you like to buy different colored tulips at your local green grocer and toss them in a vase to spruce up your drab dining room? Then learn to take it to that next level. Sundays, 10:30am-3:30pm; Sep. 23-Oct. 21, $345 + $245 materials fee (non-members)

Comedy: Heroes, Jokers, and the Rest

You can make awesome shit, but people will more attention to it if they like you as a person. People like funny. If you’re like us, your friends have told you enough times that you’re not. Learn how to be. Thursdays, 6-7:50pm; Starts Aug. 30, $650


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