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The New Haven Free Skool

Time: November 13, 2012 to November 19, 2012
Street: 212 College Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.NEWHAVENFREESKOOL.…
Phone: 917.974.4325 (Gabe)
Event Type: free, skool
Organized By: Kenneth Reveiz
Latest Activity: Nov 13, 2012

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The New Haven Free Skool has united 21 all-volunteer teachers excited to offer FREE classes and workshops to anyone in the New Haven community. The Free Skool is a project of the People's Arts Collective of New Haven, and all classes -- completely free and open to the public -- take place there. 212 College Street (corner of College and Crown). 
Visit to learn more and sign up! Classes are filling up fast, so sign up as soon as possible! 
Classes this session (11/14 - 12/20) are:
   Figure Drawing (Lucia Hierro)
   Self Defense (Joe Comfort)
   The Benefits of Breath (Bambi Sivaramakrishnan)
   Intro Web Design (Hans Schoenburg)
   Zine Making (Camille Seaberry)
   Hitchhiking 101 (Jesse Bradford)
   Sewing 101 (Chika Ota)
   Making Sustainable Clothing (Chika Ota)
   Queer Thought & Action (Kevin Holden & Kenneth Reveiz)
   Free Run/Clowning (Jeff Silks, Ian Applegate, and the PAC team)
   Affordable Herbal Medicine Workshop (JP Provenzano)
   Healing 101 / Yoga (Lolly Berger)
   Disposable Camera Workshop (Elif Erez)
   Every 36 Hours (Kerry Ellington + Chris Desir)
   Draw Out Loud (Alex Rojas)
   Cooking Basics (Nicky Leingang)
   Take Note (Susanna Koetter)
   Writing X (Kenneth Reveiz)

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