Bicycle Mechanics: Tune Up Basics
This is a course is designed for folks who would like to learn the basics of bike repair and maintenance. You will become comfortable with the simple machines found on all bikes and the specifics particular to your own bike. We'll cover anatomy of the bike and bike tool use, going well beyond the basics of flat repair and lubrication, delving into many details that escape notice until it's required to replace expensive parts. With this basic skill set, you'll be ready to diagnose and repair common problems. Be prepared to work outside class time to reinforce practical skills and complete personal projects.
Wilderness First Responder
SOLO Wilderness Medical School conducted this course. Their Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the recognized industry standard for those who work as backcountry trip leaders, camp counselors, mountain guides, river guides, and ski patrollers.
Students gained an introduction to basic tools and carpentry principles by completing a simple carpentry project as a group!
Urban Permaculture Practicum
This course looked at best practices for urban food production including touring local backyard projects and building a small hoop house.
Open Community Bike Shop
Does your bike need some springtime loving?
Do you need tools, bike stands & space?
Do you get bored or frustrated working all alone?
Come to The Flashbulb Institute's Open Bike Shop!
Open Yoga/Aerial Silks Practice
Drop in time for yoga practice or try out our aerial fabrics! This is not a class with an instructor.
Anarchy Summer Skool
Want to learn more about anarchy?
We'll be reading books, watching films, sharing experiences & opinions & dreams all summer long!
Intro To Gun Safety
This is a hands off intro to gun safety for adults who want to learn safety rules and basic anatomy of rifles and handguns. No shooting will take place during this introduction.
Deconstructing Gender Group
This course will focus on deconstructing "femininity", "masculinity" and gender binaries as a large group. We'll discuss how the cultural standards of "femininity" and "masculinity" limit us/affect us, and how they create disconnect in our communities. The overall goal of the discussion is to carve out some space in Burlington for a critical AND FUNCTIONAL praxis (theory/ideas + action) of feminism for all.
Performing Activism Drop in Workshop Series
A six-week series of drop-in workshops lead by ONE community member Jen Berger. Join us to explore exercises and techniques drawn from Theater of the Oppressed, including skill building, community building and conflict resolution as we construct a common language to create targeted activist performances. Co-hosted by the ONE Freeskool!