Would you like to learn a new skill or pick up a fun hobby?
In the past, Sandy taught a chain mail jewelry workshop at Himmelfarb Library. Healthy Living@Himmelfarb is excited to welcome Sandy back this year to teach a selection of weaving projects to GW participants. Sandy is an Assistant Clinical Professor at George Washington University with an enviable arsenal of crafts knowledge. All weaving enthusiasts are welcome, from beginner to advanced levels.
Bring your creativity and a smile. Materials are supplied. Registration for the event is FREE but space is limited. A wait list is available so if you are a late-comer, sign up anyway!
Registration link: http://rooms.himmelfarb.gwu.edu/event/2358473
About the presenter:
Sandy Hoar is an experienced teacher of Celtic crafts. She has been doing handicrafts her whole life and Celtic crafts for a decade. Sandy enjoys teaching these crafts to adults and families at Celtic MAD week, and has exhibited crafts annually at George Washington University’s DC Art Exhibit. She also teaches at the annual Kids Euro Festival as a representative for the Irish Embassy.
Sandy is a nationally certified Physician Assistant in Primary Care, with specialty training in public health, pain medicine, infectious disease, and tropical medicine, teaching at the George Washington University in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the Milken Institute School of Public Health.
Sandy gives her time in many ways, including giving local, regional, national, and international presentations on medicine and public health. She also provides direct care to uninsured patients at the Holy Cross Health Center. She is a former EMT and Instructor, Instructor-Trainer in all areas of first aid and CPR with the American Red Cross and she has been the Health Officer for MAD week since its inception.