Welcome to the Pawleys Island/Litchfield SC CLASS website!
CLASS (Community Learning About Special Subjects) is in its 19th year of providing adults with unique opportunities at the Litchfield Exchange! The CLASS/Moveable Feast office is located in Art Works, at 14363 Ocean Highway, Pawleys Island, two miles south of Brookgreen Gardens, just behind Applewood House of Pancakes on U.S. 17.
Our hours are Mondays through Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. But our answer machine works when we aren't (843-235-9600), and we can always be reached through ClassAtPawleys.com.
Art Works features local artists including Terry Belanger, Kathi Bixler, Nancy Bracken, Roger Cleveland, Gwen Coley, Millie Doud, Zenobia Harper, Sharon Knost, Barbara Linderman, Mary Helen Lowrimore, Suz Mole, Sue Schirtzinger, Barnie Slice, M.P. "Squeaky" Swenson, Cindy Valentine, Kathy Welde and Jane Woodward. Come see their new creations!
The CLASS Publishing Division is delighted to announce its newest publication: "Brookgreen Gardens: Through the Seasons in Images and Words," a collaborative creation with photographs by Anne Swift Malarich and poetry by community poets and Brookgreen staff and volunteers. The book is available at Art Works and at Brookgreen Gardens' Keepsakes. A sample of this magnificent testimony to the Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntingtons' generosity can be viewed at http://www.brookgreen.org/visit.html.
CLASS Publishing is pleased to promote William Woodson's debut novel, "Waccamaw Gold," and playwright/screenwriter Larry Ketron's first novel, "Bluffing." Both are available at local bookstores, through this website and Amazon.com. "Bluffing" is also carried by the Drama Book Shop in Manhattan. Kindle versions of the books are available on Amazon.com.
Fridays (and some weekdays!) CLASS presents Moveable Feasts, literary luncheons featuring exciting authors at area restaurants. To register or receive the schedule for the Moveable Feasts, send us your e-dress by calling 843-235-9600, stopping by our gallery in the Litchfield Exchange, or clicking on the topic of your choice at the top of this page.
Art Works, CLASS, CLASS Publishing and The Moveable Feast are owned and managed by Linda Ketron (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dates: Jul 1, 2016 to Jul 29, 2016
Time: From 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Materials: Optional companion book, available from CLASS
Class Cost: $20.00
Is Class Open? yes
Description: Weekly Quotes & Guided Meditations with Lisa Rosof: Be anywhere with anyone and practice a loving hour of head, heart, gut liberation. Stop what you are doing. Let go of future and past. All you have to do is open your Zoom invitation on your computer or smartphone and relax into an hour of brief discussion, a 30-minute guided meditation and parting words from the perspective of ancient and 21st century pros. Wisdom teachings on the go! Lisa Rosof, MA, offers the teachings of Sharon Salzberg, the Dalai Lama, Jack Kornfield, Adyashanti, Byron Katie, Kristin Neff, Chris Germer, Tara Brach and more. Weekly homework to help you stay steady on the path. Try it this month and see what happens – one Friday ($20) or all five for $100 (July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29). You can take it anywhere. Go to www.yogaatthebeach.com to see FREE 10-minute guided Quote & Mindfulness videos. Call/text/email Lisa for course information at 843.504.1057 or email@example.com. To register by check or credit card, complete the CLASS registration. To register by PayPal: http://www.yogaatthebeach.com/yoga-workshops/
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The Moveable Feast Literary Luncheons
The Moveable Feast features literary luncheons with exciting authors at area restaurants on Fridays, 11 am-1 pm, $25 each (some exceptions). Your participation includes 10% off the purchase price of the featured book. Each Feast is followed by a signing at Litchfield Books at 2 pm.
The Next Feast...
author of "Pit Bull: The Battle Over an American Icon" at Caffe Piccolo (change of venue).
"With unfailing thoughtfulness, compassion and a firm grasp of scientific fact, the daughter of James and sister of Christopher explores how a popular breed of dog became the most demonized and supposedly the most dangerous of dogs – and what role humans have played in the transformation. When Bronwen Dickey brought her new dog home, she saw no traces of the infamous viciousness in her affectionate, timid pit bull. Which made her wonder: How had the breed – beloved by Teddy Roosevelt, Helen Keller, and Hollywood's "Little Rascals" – come to be known as a brutal fighter? Her search for answers takes her from 19th century New York City dogfighting pits to early 20th century movie sets, from the battlefields of Gettysburg and the Marne, to desolate urban neighborhoods, culminating in a clear-eyed portrait of this extraordinary breed and an insightful view of Americans' relationship with their dogs."
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