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12:30 pm Spitzer
Apr 17 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
5:30 pm Rye & Wheat Bread Making with Bread Maker
Rye & Wheat Bread Making with Bread Maker
Apr 17 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
In room CTR 104/102. Warm, aromatic, freshly baked Rye and Wheat Bread brings endless praise and eager appetites to your kitchen. If you’ve always been intimidated by bread-baking and using a bread-maker, fear no more. This class is designed for “newbie bakers”. Join Janet and Gerald Lucas as they teach methods on mixing, handling, rising, shaping, and baking basic dough. Students can choose from Rye or Wheat using their own bread maker for mixing the ingredients and take their own bread to bake at home! Class is limited to 10 students. NOTE – Please be sure to bring your own bread maker, apron, and hand towel. Cost is $20. Contact the Volunteer Center to register, 989-358-7271 or go to
6:00 pm Fly Fishing
Fly Fishing
Apr 17 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
5 sessions in Room CTR 108. If you’ve ever wanted to learn or improve skills with flies and fly rod, this is your chance! Designed for beginners through intermediate anglers, start with the basics covering fish, habitat, food sources, equipment, flies, accessories, knots, casting, etc. and conclude with an optional field trip to practice and apply skills on lake and stream. Each of the 5-week sessions builds on the previous. Registration limited to 15. NOTE: Fly box and flies included – everyone receives complementary flies & accessories! Equipment not needed for classroom sessions but is necessary for field trip. Instructors: Bob Baughman and Ron Young share an odd obsession with this sport. Bob has chased fish with a fly rod from saltwater to fresh for over 30 years. Ron jumped into fly fishing with both feet after retirement, garnering significant experience, and he’s never looked back. Both men are engineers by degree, and there is not a technical aspect of the sport they don’t enjoy exploring. They have a laid back, easy going style that takes out the “techno-speak.” This course will introduce you to all things fly fishing if you’re new to it, but it’s also for anyone at[...]

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