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Special Events

Special Event
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Summer Camp

Encouraging imaginations, fostering confidence and exciting creativity. Activities include: Improv games and acting exercises; Exploring and expressing emotions; creating costumes, props and set pieces, Writing and performing our own shows; Building Confidence, Trust and Teamwork

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Summer Art Camp

June 12 - 16th
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Looking for a fun summer class for your budding artist? Join this fun art camp! When: Monday June 12-Friday June 16 from 1-4 PM Where: Winterville Community Center Sponsored by: The Winterville Arts Council Description: Campers will enjoy a fun week exploring and creating different forms of art. Winterville Art Council members will lead the camp along with guest art instructors. Art activities will include printmaking, theater and drama, upcycled art, public art, and puppet making. Max number of campers: 20 Camp fee: $125 per camper (siblings from the same family will be eligible for a discounted family rate of $225 for two children; $300 for three children) *All art supplies provided by WAC. Campers must bring an old paint shirt to keep at camp during the week and a snack and water bottle each day.*

Call for class availability and more info.

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Steam Robotics Camp

July 17 - 21st
9 AM - 12 PM

Learn software, firmware and hardware for Robots. For 4th - 7th grade. When: Monday July 17 - Friday July 21, from 9 AM - 12 PM. Where: Winterville Center. Bring a smartphone or Ipad. Coding apps used: and Facilitated by Donna Rosenberger CEO class fee: $125

Call  for availability and to register 

Coming June 2

Aubrey Entertainment and the Marigold Festival are bringing Chi-Town Authority, a Chicago Tribute band dedicated to reproducing the "Chicago" concert experience by performing all the band's hit songs covering over 4 decades! Doors open at 7PM Show at 8 PM


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Botanical Sketchbook
Mon. 10:30-11:30

This class explores a variety of drawing techniques such as directional line making, hatching, scrumbling, and stippling, focused on drawing botanicals of all kinds. Explore lessons in basic shading, perspective, and directional light sources. Beginners and more advanced artists are welcome.

Call now to reserve your space for Fall. Classes resume August 7 and run thru November 14. 12 classes $120

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Chair Yoga
Mon 9:10-10:10

This class promotes deep breathing, mindfulness, and inward listening. Chair Yoga is suitable for beginners and experienced Yoga students. Anyone can benefit from a chair yoga practice. It is a great practice for folks with limited mobility, people who work in a chair that might want to learn how to take a “stretch break” or anyone seeking a fun and grounding class that focuses on retiring flexibility and mobility.

Call now to reserve your space for Fall. Classes resume August 7 and run thru November 14. 12 classes $120

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Dog Training
Sat 8:30 & 10AM

Beginners Dog Training with Matthew Posnick Saturday mornings 8:30-9:30AM April 22 -May 20 On the lawn of the Marigold Auditorium 373 N Church St. This class will include: · Basic obedience training · Handling skills · Lifestyle and engagement

Class concludes 5/22. Will resume Fall 

Oil Painting
Wed. 1-3 PM

Oil Painting is for the person who loves color, is interested in perfecting a talent or just starting a new hobby. If you don't feel you have talent, you may be surprised to unleash your inner creativity. Once you experience techniques such as how to apply color, transfer images to canvas, understand values and many more, you will find oil painting to be a wonderful way to spend your time. You will be exposed to understanding how to critique a painting and will have an opportunity to submit your own work in an exhibit. Painting, a solo pursuit, is much enhanced by the social aspect of classroom activity. We all have fun as well as enjoy the support from other students and important guidance from the instructor. The art teacher, Dortha Jacobson, has been teaching art for many years. She is a graduate of Temple University with a M Ed in Art Education. She is a member of the Athens Art Association and the Plein Air Group.


Plein Air Pen & Pencil Wed. & Fri. 9 -11:30 AM


Mon. 9 - 11 AM

5 sessions: June 21, 23,28,30 & July 5. Classes start at 9 and end at 11:30 including a critique after each class at 11:15 or so depending on the size of the class. Each participant should bring photos they have taken of outdoor subjects, plants, trees, structures, barns etc. in case it rains. Weather permitting, we will be at various locations in and around Winterville. Beginners to intermediate level at least 18 yrs of age. Class Fee: $100.

Five (5) sessions: June 19, 26, July 3, 10 and 17. Are you interested in learning the art of pantomime? Come together so you can learn the art of silence. $20 per class

Call for to register.

Call to register.

Clubs and Groups

Clubs and Groups
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Chess Club
Fri 6 PM

A you a chess fanatic? Consider attending weekly competitions with the Winterville Community Center Chess Club (WC4). Fridays, 6:00-8:30pm

Fridays at 6PM. Cost $1


Mahjong Club
Tues. & Fri. 1-4PM

Come learn and play the ancient Chinese game of Mahjong.

Tuesdays and Fridays at 1PM Cost $1


Veterans Coffee Hour
Tues. 9-10AM

Come join us for weekly Veterans Coffee, every Tuesday at 9:00am

Project Linus
Fourth Monday 
2 - 4PM

The mission of Project Linus is to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized or otherwise in need through the gifts of new, handmade blankets and afghans ... while providing a rewarding and fun service opportunity for individuals and groups...for the benefit of children. a crafting group for crochet, knit, quilt or whatever you fancy. You are welcome to work on your own projects, or to help contribute blankets to Project Linus.

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