Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Knit-A-Tit-Athon 2017


Yes, you read that blog title correctly, the Knit-A-Tit-Athon is the name of our October community crafting project. 

For the entire month we are encouraging our local knitters and crocheters to make special, handmade breast prostheses for women who have undergone mastectomies or other procedures of the breast.  Traditional breast prosthetics are usually expensive, heavy, sweaty and uncomfortable.  They typically require special bras or camisoles with pockets and can't be worn for weeks after surgery.  Knitted Knockers on the other hand are soft, comfortable, beautiful, and when placed in a regular bra they take the shape and feel of a real breast.  Knockers are knitted by volunteers and are freely given to those that request them.  Knitted Knockers can be adjusted to fill the gap for breasts that are uneven and are easily adapted for those going through reconstruction by simply removing some stuffing. 

So why are we knitting tits, knockers, and boobies?

It's another chance to do something for those in our community, locally, nationally, and internationally.  A staggering number of women are diagnosed with breast cancer every day, and many of those women will require surgery that will change or remove a breast.  Despite the number of women whom go through this battle there is still a great deal of secrecy and many misconceptions about the recovery process. 

Even though reconstruction surgeries can be performed at the same time as mastectomies there are times this cannot be done for a myriad of reasons, and some women choose not the reconstruct since this process often involves several surgeries.  Many women feel the need to look as they did before their surgeries as quickly as possible. 

Medical prosthesis are usually made of silicone and cannot be worn near surgical scar tissue for at least 6-weeks after surgery.  Even after these prosthesis can be worn, they are often considered uncomfortable because they do not breathe and can aggravate sensitive skin.

Knitted Knockers provide an excellent alternative to typical medical prosthesis and can be worn as soon as it is comfortable to do so, and we believe women should always feel comfortable in their own appearance through the treatment, reconstruction, and recovery process. 

Please join us to help this cause!  We will provide you with free patterns and a list of approved yarns.  Yarns purchased for this project will recieve a 30% discount for supporting the shop and this cause.

Saturday, October 7, 14, 21 are dedicated to those that want to come knit and crochet knockers at the shop, and we will be happy to answer any questions you have or help if needed. 


Thursday, September 21, 2017

October Classes

FINALLY, FALL IS HERE!

We have created a new concept for classes at the shop! You'll love it! We're offering classes in the morning and evenings, and on Saturdays, to fit everybody's schedule. To do so, we have changed the shop hours as follows:

Tuesdays-Fridays: 12pm-5pm
Saturdays: 10am-5pm
Sundays & Mondays: Closed

Private lessons and "Get help" sessions can be scheduled Tuesdays-Fridays from 9am-12pm and from 5:00pm-7:30pm.

Remember our new skill level definitions for classes and knitalongs:

Rookie: You picked up needles and yarn recently, know knit and purl, and you're ready to add more skills to that knitting toolbox.

Apprentice: You're confident with knit, purl, basic increases/decreases, and have likely begun adventuring into knitting in the round, and have began creating shapes other than long scarf like rectangles.

Virtuoso: You're confident in your abilities and are looking for challenges, unique projects, and new tricks. There isn't much out there that you would shy away from trying as long as you were in love with the pattern teasing you on Ravelry.

Genius: You are a knitting master, nothing stops you, not even a bad pattern. You're looking for a challenge, continuing to master skills, and love projects with very complex construction and stitch work.

So what's on the schedule for October?

We're having a bunch of easy ROOKIE projects on the schedule for you. Lately, lots of new knitters have asked for projects as a next step. We have socks, a scarf, a hat and a lace shawl, all easy, I promise!

Levi Scarf













Knit this up as a scarf that can be worn dressed up or down for both men and women. Or skip the ribbing and graft both ends together as a statement cowl that can be worn long with drape or twisted once for extra warmth. This pattern is worked in part from a chart.
Finished Measurements (after blocking): 10 inches wide & 64 inches long
Offering Type: Class
Skill Level: Rookie
You need to know: Cast on, knit & purl, bind off
You will learn: Cables, read charts, grafting, blocking 
Price: $60 (Yarn and pattern needs to be purchased at Yarn Rhapsody)
Morning Dates: 10:00am - 11:00am, Tuesdays, Oct. 3, 17 & 31
Evening Dates: 5:30pm - 6:30pm, Tuesdays, Oct. 3, 17 & 31
Bring to Class: US #8 needles and 500 yds of worsted weight yarn

Session 1: Cast on, ribbing (or not if you knit the cowl), introduction to charts, start chart with cables  (homework work 1/2 of scarf)
Session 2: Continue chart with cables (homework work to ribbing)
Session 3: Ribbing (or not if you knit the cowl, grafting for cowl version, blocking


Mendia Hat



















Mendia features twisted ribbing merging into a fun twisted eyelet chevron pattern. Choose between Regular or Slouchy fits and 3 sizes. This project knits up quickly in your favorite yarn making a fun addition to any wardrobe or a perfect gift. 

Offering Type: Class
Skill Level: Rookie
You need to know: Cast on, knit & purl
You will learn: Knitting in the round, twisted stitches, decreases, make a pompom
Price: $60 (Yarn and pattern needs to be purchased at Yarn Rhapsody)
Morning Dates: 9:00am - 10:00am, Fridays, Oct. 6, 13 & 20
Evening Dates: 6:30pm - 7:30pm, Wednesdays, Oct. 4, 11 & 18
Bring to Class: US #6 DPNs and 120-210 yds of DK/sport weight yarn

Session 1: Cast on, work rows 1-6  (homework work row 7-15)
Session 2: Work rows 16-23 (homework work row 23 eight more times)
Session 3: Start crown decreases, make pompom

Rose City Roller Socks
Roll-top ankle socks perfect for easy knitting and wearing. These socks are knit from the top down, with a tradition heel flap and heel turn and have several size options (from newborn to adult). It’s a great pattern for a beginner sock knitter, and a fun quick knit for more advanced sock knitters. We will knit the newborn size in class and get you started on an adult size during the last class session. 

Offering Type: Class
Skill Level: Rookie
You need to know: Cast on, knit & purl
You will learn: Knitting in the round, sock construction, heel flap, short rows, 3-needle-bind off, 
Price: $60 (Materials are included)
Morning Dates: 10:00am - 11:00am, Fridays, Oct. 6, 13 & 20
Evening Dates: 5:30pm - 6:30pm, Wednesdays, Oct. 4, 11 & 18
Bring to Class: US #3 DPNs

Session 1: Cast on, cuff and start heel flap (homework finish heel flap)
Session 2: Finish heel with short rows, gusset, start foot (homework finish foot)
Session 3: Toe and 3-needle-bind off. Start an adult size sock.


One & Done Shawl





















We often long for a “one and done” project that is repetitive and fool proof, where the yarn does most of the work. This is best used with a variegated yarn, preferably a skein that you love so much you don’t know whether to knit it or frame it. With periodic garter ridges, ribbing that widens out after dropping stitches, and an eyelet border, this shawl will display that special skein of yarn without pooling. You could even frame this shawl!

Offering Type: Class
Skill Level: Rookie
You need to know: Cast on, knit & purl
You will learn: Basic lace stitches, garter tab, dropping stitches (on purpose), picot bind off 
Price: $60 (Yarn and pattern needs to be purchased at Yarn Rhapsody)
Morning Dates: 10:00am - 11:00am, Thursdays, Oct. 12, 26 & Nov. 9
Evening Dates: 5:30pm - 6:30pm, Thursdays, Oct. 12, 26 & Nov. 9
Bring to Class: US #6 32" circular needle and 400 yds of sock yarn

Session 1: Cast on, make a garter tab, work row first two pattern repeats (homework work rows 1-6 six more times)
Session 2: Dropping stitches (on purpose!), work garter ridge border
Session 3: Picot lace edge and blocking

Kulkulkan Scarf/Shawl
















Inspired by the Mesoamerican deity Kukulkan this scarf/shawl is striking. This is certainly one of those projects that will having people asking "where did you get that" and then it's up to you how you spill the beans about being an accomplished knitter. The unique shape and construction of this project, as well as the use of gradient sets should keep anyone motivated to finish this project before the fall chill really sets in.

Offering Type: Class
Skill Level: Rookie
You need to know: Cast on, knit & bind off 
You will learn: Color changes, short rows, stitch pickup, cast on mid-project, mitering
Price: $60 (Yarn and pattern needs to be purchased at Yarn Rhapsody)
Dates: 1:30pm - 2:30pm, Saturdays, Oct. 7, 14 & 21 
Bring to Class: US #6 40" circular needle and 630-700 yds of DK/sport weight yarn

Session 1: Cast on, make one of the 6 rectangles (homework make five more rectangles)
Session 2: Pick up stitches, connect the rectangles and start working the body of the shawl
Session 3: Finishing shawl and blocking demonstration


Qwist Mitts







Playful stitches twist and twine through Qwist, a cozy fingerless mitt with a mischievous texture. The diagonal weave pattern creates both interest and an extra bit of warmth, while a mock cable runs the length to frame the thumb gusset. Twisted (or, shall we say “qwisted”?) ribbing at the openings keeps them snugly in place. Silky-soft Sophie De Luxe, a cashmere/silk/alpaca blend, is a treat for chilly hands.
Offering Type: Knitalong (we will help along while you work on this project)
Skill Level: Apprentice/Virtuoso
You need to know: Cast on, knit, purl, work with DPNs or Magic Loop, & bind off 
You will learn: Twist and twine stitches
Price: $30 (Yarn and pattern needs to be purchased at Yarn Rhapsody)
Dates: 10:30am - 11:30am, Saturdays, Oct. 7, 14 & 21 
Bring to Class: US #4 DPNs and 200 yds of sock weight yarn

Session 1 - 3: Work on your own pace, get help when needed.


Twisted Trails Hooded Sweater


















The Twisted Trails Hooded Sweater is a cozy pullover designed to keep your little one snug on those brisk autumn days. This cabled raglan sweater is knit in the round from the bottom up. The six cabled trails twist and turn across the body of the sweater up to the neck opening where two of the trails end. The four remaining cables continue winding their way, two along each side of the neckline. The hood is picked up and knit around the neckline, where the twisted cables continue their path until they meet and are grafted together at the top of the hood. This pullover is a necessary addition to a breezy day out in the woods.

Offering Type: Knitalong (we will help along while you work on this project)
Skill Level: Virtuoso
You need to know: Cast on, knit, purl, cables & bind off 
You will learn: Sweater construction
Price: $30 (Yarn and pattern needs to be purchased at Yarn Rhapsody)
Dates: 3:30pm - 4:30pm, Saturdays, Oct. 7, 14 & 21 

Bring to Class: US #5 & 7 16" and 24" circular needles and 250-600 yds of worsted weight yarn

Session 1 - 3: Work on your own pace, get help when needed.


And as always, we're available for individual instruction for brand new knitters and crocheters, and those looking to master new techniques.  Please contact the shop to discuss what you would like to learn and availability. 




October Classes & KALs
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Saturday, September 16, 2017

What's New! - September 2017

There’s been a lot of news here at Yarn Rhapsody since our last update.


We had a great set of classes featuring historical knitting styles with Beth Brown-Reinsel.

We survived Tropical Storm Irma, most of Hall County was without out power shortly after the worst of the storm rolled in, and there are still some without out power this morning 4 days later.  If you are still without power come to the shop, we have internet, snacks, and hot coffee for you.


And last,but not at all least, Claudia completed her last round of chemotherapy this week! Things should begin to get a bit more normal around here soon.


Then we’ve had a few boxes show up filled with soft, and squishy things this week too.


New to the shop today…


Mondial Hat Kits
These hats will work up quickly for those upcoming holiday gifts or, are packed up to be given as gifts to the knitter or crocheter on your list.  These kits come with enough yarn for an adult sized hat and a pompom.  The yarn is 35% Merino and 65% Microfiber.  Claudia cranked out a hat in a little under 3 hours while binging on her new favorite TV series this morning.


We’re also pleased to announce we will now begin to carry yarns from independent dyers! Claudia discovered these amazing fiber artists earlier this year at TNNA.


The Fiber Seed - Sprout Worsted
The Fiber Seed is a Florida based dyer that uses fibers grown, carded, spun, and dyed in the good ol’ US of A.  This yarn is soft and the colors are spectacular.  Pun intended! Sprout Worsted is 90% Superwash Merino 10% Nylon. The Fiber Seed recommends using Soak soaps for blocking and laundering that we carry here as well.


The Knitted Wit - Victory DK
The Knitted Wit hails from Portland, Oregon with deep saturated colors.  Candy has been running around with a hat made from her yarns for a couple of months now, so if you see her wearing a mostly black hat with blue and pink stripes feel free to rub her head (head rubbies actually put her to sleep).  We have not only full size skeins but 40 yard mini skeins giving you plenty of options for all those great patterns out there featuring smaller color sets.  


We look forward to all of you dropping in and checking out our new yarns!


Sunday, August 20, 2017

September Classes and Knitalongs

We're running right into September, with its hints of golds and reds beginning to appear in the landscape, chillier evenings, and warmer projects being cast onto needles and hooks.

Over the past several months we've had some questions about our skill level definitions for classes and knitalongs and have found it's easier to simplify them.

The new terms are:
Rookie: You picked up needles and yarn recently, know knit and purl, and you're ready to add more skills to that knitting toolbox.

Apprentice: You're confident with knit, purl, basic increases/decreases, and have likely begun adventuring into knitting in the round, and have began creating shapes other than long scarf like rectangles.

Virtuoso: You're confident in your abilities and are looking for challenges, unique projects, and new tricks. There isn't much out there that you would shy away from trying as long as you were in love with the pattern teasing you on Ravelry.

Genius: You are a knitting master, nothing stops you, not even a bad pattern. You're looking for a challenge, continuing to master skills, and love projects with very complex construction and stitch work.

So what's on the schedule for September?

Well first, we can announce that you can still sign up for any nine sessions of the Building with Lace knitalong by Michelle "Knit Purl" Hunter for $45, as long as the book is still available for purchase at the shop. There's already been one round of books sold, and round two just arrived. Weekday sessions will be offered Wednesdays, 6pm-7pm beginning September 6 and carrying on through Wednesday, October 25th. Weekend sessions will continue on Saturdays, Noon-1pm until October 14th.

Skill level: All skill levels - this is truly a skill building knitalong, the book, associated videos, and the support of the rest of the knitalong participants will get you through if you're a beginner, and teach you a few more tricks even if you're a knitting expert.

There are also two more knitalongs featuring Michelle Hunter's patterns for September.

Hat season starts up towards the end of October in the south, mid-September virtually anywhere else, so it's time to start WIPing some up. Corkscrew Hat by Michelle Hunter, uses an interesting, yet easy to grasp two color technique that creates an almost braided appearance and unisex design. This pattern is also available in three sizes, baby, child, and adult.

Offering Type: Knitalong

Skill Level: Rookie/Apprentice

Techniques Used: Knitting in the Round, Multiple Colors, Shaping 

Price: $30

Dates: 10:30am - 11:30am, Saturdays, Sept. 16, 30, Oct. 14


Oh wait, glove and mitten season is coming up too! The second of Michelle's patterns this month is the Reciprocation Fingerless Gloves. These fingerless gloves will keep your hands warm and your fingers free for chilly weather knitting.

Offering Type: Knitalong

Skill Level: Rookie/Apprentice

Techniques Used: German twisted cast on, special design stitches, stitch pickup, thumb gussets 

Price: $30

Dates: 10:30am - 11:30am, Saturdays, Sept. 23, Oct. 7, 21

With September a few days away,
Halloween is right around the corner and we've got a couple of fun and spooky classes for you.

First up, these Spider Socks are going to be a blast. These will look great in a solid, or subtly variegated yarn, you want your handiwork to show through on these.

Offering Type: Class

Skill Level: Apprentice/Virtuoso 

Techniques Used: Top down construction, heel flap & gusset construction, mock cables, cable stitches, special design stitches

Price: $60

Dates: 1:30pm - 2:30pm, Saturdays, Sept. 16, 30, Oct. 14


The Counting Crows mittens will fit the bill for chilly, late October evenings with a few secrets hidden inside. These are a great challenge for someone wanting to increase their color work skills.

Offering Type: Class

Skill Level: Apprentice/Virtuoso

Techniques Used: Knitting in the round, color work and chart reading, shaping, stitch pickup, thumb gussets and finger construction

Price: $60

Dates: 1:30pm - 2:30pm, Saturdays, Sept. 23, Oct. 7, 21


It's also time to start working on those warm statement pieces for Fall and Winter. This scarf is the first of many showstoppers we hope to offer over the next several months.
Inspired by the Mesoamerican deity Kukulkan this scarf/shawl is striking. This is certainly one of those projects that will having people asking "where did you get that" and then it's up to you how you spill the beans about being an accomplished knitter. The unique shape and construction of this project, as well as the use of gradient sets should keep anyone motivated to finish this project before the fall chill really sets in.

Offering Type: Class

Skill Level: Apprentice/Virtuoso

Techniques: Color changes, short rows, stitch pickup, cast on mid-project, shaping

Price: $60

Dates: 3:30pm - 4:30pm, Saturdays, Sept. 23, Oct. 7, 21

And as always, we're available for individual instruction for brand new knitters and crocheters, and those looking to master new techniques.  Please contact the shop to discuss what you would like to learn and availability.


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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

What's New? - August 2017

Fall is right around the corner, and new yarns and products have been pouring in.

It’s almost time for sock season and Regia’s Pairfect yarns are our new fun, and funky favorite, with colorways designed by Arne and Carlos.  Pairfect yarns promise you a quick way to perfectly matched socks with their unique yellow indicator.  All you have to do is find the end of the yellow yarn, cast on, and knit your sock.  After you have finished the first sock, you pull the yarn until you find the next bright yellow indicator and repeat the process for your second sock.  Pairfect skeins have 459 yards and are 75% wool, 25% polyamide, machine washable in cool water, and dryer safe on low.


Baby Blossom Yarns have returned!  Our first order disappeared so quickly it had to be brought back for an encore.  This time we are offering it in DK and Chunky weights and more colorways.  These yarns feature long color changes and bands of instant flower fields. Both weights are acrylic/polyamide blends that are washer and dryer safe.  Baby Blossom DK has 362 yards. Baby Blossom Chunky has 170 yards.

We’ve found a new, buttery cotton with a huge palette of vibrant colors for you.  This may be your new favorite! Butterfly Super 10 is a DK weight, with up to 50 different colors.  If we don’t have your color in the store, we can get it for you.  This is a machine washable,  dye-fast, unshrinkable cotton with a subtle shine that won’t pill. Each hank is 250 yards.







Not all of our new items can be knitted or crocheted.  We have some other goodies too.

Love + Leche lotion bars and anywhere balm is here! These all natural
products are made with pure beeswax, coconut oil, almond oil, calendula flowers, and essential oils, that smell amazing.  The lotion bars are amazing for dry hands, feet, elbows, anywhere that can use some softening up.  The anywhere balm packs the same punch in a smaller tin perfect for tossing in your knitting bag for dry skin, and chapped lip emergencies.

You know all of us crafty folk are always looking for places to jot down quick notes while we work up our latest creation.  We have several notebooks and notepads featuring your favorite fiber art.

 If you're using your notebooks for tick-marks there may be a better solution.  How about a knitting abacus?  These handmade bracelets will keep you on track.  Adjust it to fit and then use the super-strong magnetic clasp to take it on and off.    

It’s also important that we stay hydrated during our long crafting binges.  Check out these reusable water bottles!

But wait, there’s more! These are the perfect wine glasses for those “stitch n bitch” sessions with friends.  A few of us are always at their Knits End.

We hope to see you soon!  Keep an eye out here, as well as the Yarn Rhapsody Facebook page for events and announcements.  We're planning an exciting fall for you. 

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Calling All Knitters and Crocheters

Once in a blue moon a spectacular act of craftivism will pop up.  It’s our opportunity to break out our needles and hooks and bring awareness to causes we love and support.

Over the past couple of weeks one of these amazing acts of craftivism has popped up, and we’re joining the cause.

Click for Babies is a grassroots campaign that invites knitters and crocheters across North America to make purple colored baby hats that will be delivered to families in November and December to bring awareness to the period of purple crying.


What is the period of purple crying?  It is the time when a baby will cry more than other time in their life, and is difficult to soothe.  Some babies will cry more, some less, but all babies will go through this period of increased crying in early infancy.  It is during this time that children are at the highest risk of shaken baby syndrome.

Why make hats?  These little hats will be given to infants with instructional materials about purple crying and how to cope with this often stressful time period.  They are a physical reminder that the period of purple crying is normal, it's no one's fault, and it’s not going to last forever.

It is the hope of the Click for Babies campaign that bringing greater awareness to purple crying will lessen the numbers of children that are impacted by shaken baby syndrome.  In the United States, shaken baby syndrome is the leading cause of death in child abuse cases.  About 30 per 100,000 children under the age of 1 suffer from shaken baby syndrome each year.

Starting today and through the entire month of September we are encouraging our friends to join us in knitting and crocheting these amazing little reminders.  We are offering 30% off all purple yarns and free patterns for those interested in this act of loving craftivism, and are also inviting those that don’t know how to knit or crochet to join us, by offering free lessons to get you started.  Will you join us? 

For further information about the period of purple crying, shaken baby syndrome, the purple hat campaign, free patterns, and participating hospitals in your area can be found at clickforbabies.org.   For patterns only follow this link. 

Saturday, July 22, 2017

August Classes, KALs & CALs

There’s a mixed bag of projects coming up for August.  Winter is coming.  (Ha! Successful Game of Thrones Reference) The holidays are coming too, it’s time to get to work on those gifts and some of these projects may make a great ones.  All of our offerings for August will be lead or taught by Candy.
Please sign up at least 48 hours before classes/KALs/CALs begin, by phone at 770-563-3130, in person, or through the pay pal link below at the end of this post. This will guarantee your spot.  Space is limited.  Yarn and patterns for each offering must be purchased at Yarn Rhapsody.
By popular demand we are offering  Building with Lace by Michelle “Knit Purl” Hunter.  This is Michelle’s third publication featuring patterns that build skills along the way.  By the end of this KAL you’ll have an amazing lace shawl featuring nine different lace patterns.  It’s a sizable and beautiful piece of work.  This KAL has a couple of options.  You have a choice of how many sessions you would like to attend, the full KAL is 18 sessions for $80, or you’re welcome to attend 9 for $45. You will be required to purchase the book for this KAL.
Session Dates: August 12, 19, 26 – September 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30 – October 4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 25
Saturday Session Times:Noon – 1pm Wednesday Session Times: 6pm – 7pm
Skill Level: Adventurous Beginner (really, this can be your first lace knitting these books are designed to be fully educational)
Are you looking for a unique crochet shawl? Well, here you go.  Hotel of Bees is an interesting and subtly complex piece that will keep you on your toes.  Featuring overlay, open, and filet crochet techniques with a modern twist this isn’t A 1970s thrown back.  Because of the complexity of pattern this one is a class offering.
Class Cost: $60
Session Dates: August 5, 19 – September 2 from 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Skill Level: Intermediate – Advanced
Fall in Georgia is one of those odd in between times where a heavy shawl is way to warm but something lightweight is perfect.  Reverse Psychology is perfect for fall and early winter here in the south.  It begins on the bias and has a wonderful abstract shape with several partial bind offs.   The pattern features beadwork but can easily be done without.
KAL Cost: $30
Session Dates: August 5, 19 – September 2 from 3pm-4pm
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gainesville seems to be just as obsessed with elephants as it is chickens.  For you out-of-towners that don’t get that joke, Gainesville, GA is considered the chicken capital of the world.  Loxodonta & Elephas the African Flower Elephants can be your next stuffed animal friends.  Crocheted and then joined in multiple pieces these guys can be made using any yarn weight creating tiny elephants to giant ones.  The color possiblities are endless here.
Class Cost: $60
Session Dates: August 12, 26 – September 9 from 1pm-2pm
Skill Level: Intermediate
And bringing up the back of the line, because slow and steady wins the race, there’s Sheldon the Turtle.  This is a cute one for the little ones, or for us big ones that just like having a stuffy here and there.  Sheldon has a removable shell, so if you’re so inclined you can make different colors and patterns for any occasion.
KAL Cost: $30
Session Dates: August 12, 26 – September 9 from 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Skill Level: Intermediate
There it is, an action packed offerings schedule!  Keep in mind, if you don’t feel like you are ready for a group class we do offer individualized instruction for $40 per 1 hour session.  We hope to see you in our upcoming offerings. 

August Classes, KALs and CALs


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