THE HOLLAND CENTER IS NOW OFFERING CLASSES ONLINE!

 

When you register at www.azfcf.org, we will be able to contact you with the instructions for joining these webinarsWe’ve been able to weather this storm because of our strong community support. Our instructors have donated their time and materials to keep our programs running.  If you would be able to help with a tax deductible donation to The Holland Center when you register, we would be most grateful.  Thank you!

 

All Hypnosis is Self-Hypnosis

Saturday, April 25, 2020   9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Michele Guy Syne is conducting her monthly class online until further notice. She is a Certified Hypnotherapist. Experience this 3-hour course which will provide you with a tool to improve the quality of life in any area that you choose.  The materials for the class will be emailed to you. When you register at www.azfcf.org, you will be given the instructions for signing on. Michele is not charging for this particular class to give students an opportunity to experience it online. Donations to The Holland Center are gratefully accepted!

 

Travel Talk with David Decker

Saturday, April 25, 2020  1:00 – 2:30 pm

Adapting To the Travel Industry Post-Pandemic: What Fundamental Changes You Need to Know About

The travel industry worldwide was immediately and permanently changed with the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic, and there is a gigantic list of things that all travelers will now need to understand about travel safety and etiquette going forward. Be on the forefront by joining us for this session.

When you register at www.azfcf.org, we will email the sign-on instructions for the class.

The class is free, but as you register, you will be given an opportunity to donate to The Holland Center.  Your support at this time is greatly appreciated!

 

The Roaring 2020’s Mahjong Card Review Class

Continuous Online Availability

Andrea Korff is called “Mahjong Andrea” at the Holland Center. She has created a detailed video to help Mahjong players navigate the changes in the new 2020 Mahjong Card. Part 1 captures and elaborates on Mahjong myths and history. Part 2  will be a general overview of the new card and then will go section by section looking at the notable changes in the hands and their patterns, with some tips along the way. Part 3 will have you looking at options for the all-important switch hands. She will also go over some new points found on the back of the card and some extra super-tips.

$25 – When you register at www.azfcf.org, we will be able to contact you with the instructions for joining this online class.  Thank you.

 

“Summerize” Your Home

Monday, May 4, 2020  4:00 – 5:00 pm

What keeps you awake nights after leaving your home in the desert for the summer? Water leaks, Air Conditioners, Watering Systems? You can sleep well and have peace of mind while you are away if you prepare properly, and this talk will show you how.

When you register at www.azfcf.org.  you will be emailed the instructions for joining this webinar online.

 

Write the Memoir You’re Afraid to Write

Tuesday, May 12, 2020  10:00 – 11:00 am

In an encouraging and insightful presentation, Patricia L. Brooks will help you capture the essence of your untold story through her presentation. She will share with you how to produce a memoir to your own satisfaction and face your fears.  She will discuss why you should keep a writing journal, do the necessary research, and never apologize about your writing.   Patricia will stimulate your creative talents to help you find your voice.

In light of what has been happening in the past few months in the world, now is a great time to put pen to paper and record your observations for posterity.

$20  After you register at www.azfcf.org, you will be given the links to this webinar.

 

Mosaic Stepping Stones

Monday, May 18, 2020  3:00-4:30

Here’s a fun online class for the whole family!  Just imagine having some beautiful stepping stones in your garden or yard. What about a hostess gift or a housewarming gift?  There are so many uses for a beautiful, personalized stepping stone.  Tamsin Wolff, a noted local artist, art educator and museum educator, will take you through the steps for creating your own masterpiece.  Join us.  It will be fun!

When you register at www.azfcf.org, you will be given a materials list, and the sign-on for this Webinar. You will also be given an opportunity to donate to The Holland Center, and these tax-deductible donations will enable us able to continue to offer you incredible classes like this one!  Thank you!