Meridian Star


July 14, 2013

After the fall is over



    On Wednesday, Linda Munoz comes from Cuba, Ala., to teach her second workshop at Meridian Activity Center. She first taught a fused glass jewelry class. This week will be a mosaic stepping stone. Learn the art of mosaic. She will provide all materials; be prepared to cut class and glue it to a stepping stone. On Friday we will apply grout to fill in all the spaces between glass. There is a $30 fee for this class.

    Kindle usage is our next five-week class to be taught on Monday evenings by Michael Remy.

    The iPad class is going well, with only two more classes; this past week the entire class went to Dumont Plaza to experience WiFi. Class size is limited to call to sign up soon.

    Windows 7 and 8 are still being taught by Tom Milhorn. Monday nights, Wednesday afternoon and Thursday mornings.

    Meridian Activity Center is open to adults 21 years and older. The fee for an eight-week class for a Meridian citizen is $20; if you live in the county it is $25. Seniors over the age of 55 pay half price.

    We are located in the heart of Meridian, off 29th Avenue and 36th Street – 3300 32nd Ave. – in the former Lamar Elementary School building. Phone (601)485-1812 for information. Our classes are listed on our website under

    • Barbara Wells is director of Meridian Activity Center. You may e-mail her at

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