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At The Rockwood Center we aim to provide entrepreneurial opportunities to empower people in our community. Those opportunities have changed and expanded over the years, but the mission has stayed the same.
Currently, we are working to open our own coffee cart to serve the community and offer the opportunity of job skill training.
The Rockwood Center is committed to the economic development of the Rockwood area. One mission of the Rockwood Center is to create micro-businesses to provide an opportunity to learn business skills and develop entrepreneurial co-working spaces.
Currently, The Rockwood Center is hosting We-Sew Collective Creations and Nanci Carrera’s Gelatina Cake Classes.
We-Sew is a program focused on empowering community women with business opportunities in sewing. Many of our women are now creating Tote bags that are sold throughout the community during the summer at various art shows and will eventually be available online!
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Nanci Carrera has provided orientation to packed classes to demonstrated the fine art of gelatin creations. These classes prepare individuals to create Gelatina Art Creations which are beautiful works of art, as well as a delicious desert for any event. Contact the Rockwood Center for details of the next available class.
The We-SEW Collective meets regularly to gain and improve sewing skills for entrepreneurial use.
Contact the Rockwood Center for details of the next available class.
Elaine St. Martin offers classes on native basket weaving. Class sizes are limited to 15 people, and based on donations. Each person makes a small basket. Stay tune for the next class.