Call Carol at 920-766-0755 to register.
September 4 - October 9 October 23 - November 28 Open Painting
Thurs 9am - 1pm.
Cost: $2.00 Watercolors, Acrylics, Oil Paints all welcome! Come and exchange your expertise
or simply learn from one another.
Bring your own supplies.Basket Weaving Class Wed, Sept. 19 and Oct. 17 at 9:00Am.
Cost of basket is determined by
participant's choice of project.
Please contact Kathy Gaynor
at (847) 833-8437 to register.
Quilting and Open Sew
2nd & 4th Friday 9:00am to indefinite end.
$2.00 Activity Fee, Quilt all day!
Bring your sewing machine or hand sew.
Stained Glass Class & Lab
12:30-3:30 on Thursdays, room 209
These open-lab adult 3-hour classes provide space and equipment for you to begin or expand
and polish your stained glass skills along with peer networking. Come and work on your next
stained glass project with other experienced glass crafters or be a beginner with one-on-one
instructions. Beginners are provided everything for the first two projects. We also do fused,
slumped, lead came and mosaic glass work. Experienced/continuing students buy and
provide your own glass, foil and solder with all tools and many general supplies provided.
Classes are run weekly on Thursdays in room 209. Cost is $5.00 ($2 for TCoL & $3 for class
supplies) per session. New students pay $10 each for all supplies to make new student
projects. Call Glenn Erdmann at 920.213.3204 with questions or the Thompson Center on
Lourdes at (920) 939-3088 to register.
CHILDREN OF THE DAY is a verse by verse, nine week
study of I and II Thessalonians. This study is
produced by Beth Moore founder of Living Proof Ministries. She says, "We
will learn how to let go of our past mistakes and discover that our circumstances
are not coincidental - God's timing is impeccable." We will be
watching weekly videos, discussing them and doing an at home study
book. Workbooks are about $17.00 and can be purchased the first week of
study. Please call me before August 31 to sign up so that I can order
enough books. You can call me for any questions and/or to sign up for
class. Thank you.
Coordinator - Shirley Mader 920-739-1407
What is Healthy Living with Diabetes?
This researched and proven workshop is designed to help adults with type 2
diabetes or pre-diabetes learn skills and increase their confidence in managing
their diabetes. The workshop meets for 2½ hours once a week for six weeks.
Healthy Living with Diabetes does not replace existing treatments, but rather
complements the treatments a participant receives.
Who should take the workshop?
Adults with type 2 diabetes
Adults with pre-diabetes
Adults living with someone who has diabetes
What's in it for me?
People who have taken the workshop show:
Better health, health behavior and a sense of confidence in managing
Improvements in blood sugar levels
Decrease in health distress and hypo- and hyperglycemia
Fewer doctor and emergency room visits and fewer hospitalizations
Did you know?
One of every 12 Americans is
affected by diabetes.
In Wisconsin, there are
475,000 adults with diabetes
and 1.45 million adults with
Diabetes is leading cause of
blindness, heart disease and
stroke, and amputation of
Diabetes is a very expensive
disease to treat: direct
hospital and other medical
costs of $4.07 billion and
indirect costs (e.g., lost
wages) of $2.7 billion (2009
data for Wisconsin).
Thompson Center on Lourdes
2331 E. Lourdes, Appleton
TUESDAYS- September 18th-October 23rd, 2018
Registration and More Information: Contact Nancy Krueger
at (920) 740-9572 or email@example.com
COST: Classes are FREE. You will be issued a book for the
duration of the class, if you choose to purchase the book, the
cost is $20.
WE OFFER FOOT CARE
at Thompson Center on Lourdes!!
Please call (920) 939-3088 to schedule your appointment time. Each foot care session lasts 45-60 minutes
Care provided by a registered nurse and trained, supervised assistants
Consent form and health history review completed first time
Clean towels provided; no need to bring anything
Cost: $35. payable by cash, check, or credit card
The foot care session includes:
Foot & lower leg assessment
Relaxing foot bath with Epsom salt and essential oil
Toenail clipping and filing with manual instruments (no Dremel tool)
Minimize calluses and corns. treat fungus
Lower leg and foot massage with high quality moisturizer
Assess footwear and make recommendations as needed
Referral to primary care physician and/or podiatrist as needed