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Do you crochet? Do you want to learn to crochet? Do you want to meet and be with other people while crocheting? If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, this is the class for you. The instructor will cover the basics of crochet and answer students’ questions. Students will work on several exciting projects. Instructor: Susan Jaska.

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8 lessons @ 1.5 hrs, $60/$50 MCC district residents.
9021.217          M, 9/11-11/27          11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
No lesson on 9/18, 10/2, 10/9 and 11/6.

If you have never knitted before, or if you are an old hand, join the Knitting Circle! Beginners will learn how to knit, and experienced knitters will have a friendly place to knit, and/or learn new skills or get help with current projects. Bring your own supplies, a project in progress, or purchase a beginner’s kit from the instructor for $20. Presented by Julie Thatcher.

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7 lessons @ 1.5 hrs, $49/$35 district residents.
Materials Fee: $20, for beginner’s kit (optional). Fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class.
9025.217          Th, 9/28-11/9          1:15-2:45 p.m.

Have you ever wondered what hoarding is? Do you know someone who you think hoards? Would you like to understand what they are thinking and how you can encourage them to improve? We will explore all of this and more in this dynamic and entertaining lecture. Presented by Maria Spetalnik, Founder and CEO of Conquer the Clutter.

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1 lesson @ 1.5 hrs, $7/$5 MCC district residents.
9029.217          Tu, 10/24          11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

When we think of hearing loss, you may think of people who turn up the TV too loud, who ask you to repeat yourself or who have trouble following conversations in noisy places. But, the effects of hearing loss go much deeper than that, affecting the functioning of the brain. You will learn about other health ramifications of hearing loss. After the presentation, there will be time to test your hearing. Presented by Dr. Heather Stone.

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1 lesson @ 1.5 hrs, $7/$5 MCC district residents.
9030.217          Tu, 10/31          11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

You’ve probably heard about living trusts. Maybe you’ve even heard that they can avoid probate, save taxes, prevent guardianships and live on long after you’re gone. But, how do you make them “live” in the first place? Knowing the answer to that question can mean the difference between the perfect estate and utter chaos. Presented for people who already have trusts and for those that have never heard of them. What to Feed a Living Trust is an informative, 90-minute lecture on the use, care and appetites of living trusts. Presented by Wills, Trusts and Estates Attorney David Hoffman.

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1 lesson @ 1.5 hrs, $7/$5 MCC district residents.
9031.217          M, 11/6          11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Many people underestimate their health care costs when planning for retirement and facing Medicare Parts A, B, C and D can feel overwhelming. Attendees will learn about Medicare and Medigap, how to navigate the options, understand the costs, and better manage these factors when planning for, or enjoying, retirement. Presented by Mari De Leon, Fairfax County Medicare/Medigap Counselor.

1 lesson @ 2 hrs, Free. Advance registration is required. Bring a brown bag lunch and a beverage.
9040.217          Tu, 11/7          11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Have you wondered,”From where did all this stuff magically appear?” Do you know how to get rid of it? Would you like to understand how this happens and how to prevent it from happening again? We will explore all this and more in this fun and entertaining lecture. Presented by Maria Spetalnik, Founder and CEO of Conquer the Clutter.

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1 lesson @ 1.5 hrs, $7/$5 MCC district residents.
9032.217          Tu, 11/28          11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Some wills just won’t do their jobs. And is it any wonder? Shoved into drawers and locked up in banks, the pitiful will is all but forgotten, and yet, it is somehow expected to deal with nonexistent financial records, uninformed children, out-of-state property and ever-changing tax laws. Presented for the benefit of people with wills and people without them, “Why Good Wills Go Bad” is an eye-opening, 90 minutes of common sense, common errors and a common need to follow through. Presented by Wills, Trusts and Estates Attorney David Hoffman.

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1 lesson, @ 1.5 hrs, $7/$5 MCC district residents.
9033.217          M, 12/4          11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

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