Events / Classes
All classes require pre-registration & are limited to 15 students
Starts Monday, November 2nd at 6pm
Three class series - Nov 2, 9, 16
$45 per person, two for $80
Storytelling crafting workshop.
All are invited and all our Free, Family friendly events.
Sponsored by the Yarn Spinners: A Storytelling Club and the Ellensburg Public Library
Zentangles 101 - Let’s Tangle
Saturday, November 7th, 10 - 1:30pm
$30 per person, two for $50
Deputy McPherson's years of wilderness survival did not prepare her for what would follow after the body of a woman was discovered in her district. After all, basic survival skills didn't cover how to handle arrogant Interpol agents, French Diplomats and their lethal body guards, not to mention being sold out by your lieutenant.
But all of that paled in comparison to the discovery that an animal believed to be a rampaging bear turned out to be a dragon. In pursuit of justice McPherson didn't realize she'd stumbled onto a battle older than time itself. Good and Evil could take a back seat to the real world war between the dragon and the descendants of the woman from Revelation 12:17.
Michelle Jackson lives in Ellensburg and is an outdoor enthusiast. She graduated from Central Washington University where she earned degrees in Psychology and Sociology and did research in police work. Jackson is a black belt in karate and a member of the American Shudokan Association. Jackson is on the board of directors for the Rodeo City Equine Rescue Association and owns her own rehabilitation company.
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