Try something new or spend time doing the things you have always loved. The WAWM Recreation Department offers a great selection of enrichment activities for adults during the fall, winter/spring, and summer to satisfy your creative side!

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Knitting Class

Sock it To Me

The Greater Milwaukee Knitting Guild is excited to share with you their passion of knitting. Create your very own pair of knitted socks, they're great gifts for the holidays. Additional materials will need to be purchased for this class, the material list will be sent after registration. 
Lane Intermediate Cafeteria
Mondays 3/12-4/16 (no Class 4/2) 6:00pm-8:00pm
$38/$57 NR

Kids composting

Composting with Worms in Bins

Time to start composting! Our composting will be done indoors, which has it's perks because it will be less smelly and we will not have to venture outside during winter months. Worm composting is a great way to enhance the nutrients for your idoor and outdoor plants. Julie Toman will share instructions and start you off with the bedding and worms. 
McKinley FIeldhouse
Thursday 3/15 6:30pm-8:00pm
$32/$48 NR

Essential Oils 101

Essential Oils 101

Stressed out? Have you ever heard of essential oils? They're not a magic potion, but healthy alternatives to Tylenol and Advil. Jill Wessel explains the power of essential oils and the best practice to introduce them into your life. During the class, we will create Lavender bath salts for you to take home. 
Franklin Fieldhouse
Tuesdays 5/1 6:30-8:30pm

Essential Oils 102

Essential Oils 102

Further your knowledge for essential oils by joining Jill Wessel as she further explains the benefits of the chemical free and stay clean oils. We will create an immunity blend for you to take home. 
Franklin Fieldhouse
Tuesdays 5/15 6:30pm-8:30pm

There are many more programs and classes offered in Adult Enrichment and you can see them all by going to our online guide

 If you have any questions regarding our Adult Enrichment classes, please contact Amanda Schwichtenberg at (414) 604-4963.