Fall 2016 Community Education Schedule

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ACT Prep Workshop

AGE 16+  This class prepares students to read and comprehend the material on the ACT evaluation in the time allowed as successfully as possible.  Students will use simulated exams to learn about the different types of questions and the best strategies for successfully answering them. This workshop includes computer assisted drills for developing reading techniques and speed, and discussions on test taking strategies and reasoning skills. Students will be provided with a one-half hour lunch break.  NOTE: SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER is required to enroll in class. Additional Book Fee $20.40 Instructor: J. Suydam

Class#   Fee    Loc     Time                  Day   Date

3614       $162       BC           9am-3:30pm       S(3)        8/20-9/3

3615       $162       BC           9am-3:30pm       S(3)        10/1-10/15

3616       $162       BC           9am-3:30pm       S(3)        10/29-11/12

3666       $162       RBC         8:30am-3pm       S(3)        10/1-10/15

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MS Word 2010/2013 Basics  (This is a beginner’s class. Book fee $30)

This course introduces the basic skills needed to use Microsoft Word: using the ribbon - saving files, copy/paste, fonts, bulleted lists, graphics, columns, centering, margins, and making a custom tab. Instructor: J. Scott

Class   Fee     Loc     Time           Day     Date

 3610       $96         BC           10am-12pm        S(4)        10/29-11/19

 3672       $96         RBC        6-8pm                   T(4)        11/8-11/29

 

 MS Excel 2010/2013 Basics  (This is a beginner’s class. Book fee: $30)

This course introduces the basic skills needed to use Microsoft Excel: Creating Formulas, Functions, Inserting text, numbers dates, freezing rows/columns, cut, copy, paste, columns, and adding colored graphs and charts. Instructor: J. Scott

Class   Fee     Loc     Time           Day     Date

3609       $96         BC           10am-12pm        S(4)        9/24-10/15

3673       $96         RBC        6-8pm                   T(4)        10/4-10/25

 

How to Keep Your PC Clean of Virus' & Malware  (Pre-Requisite: Windows O/S.  Book Fee $30)

Tired of not knowing how to keep your PC from Virus? This class is a MUST! Learn techniques that others won't tell you.  Instructor: J. Scott

Class   Fee     Loc     Time           Day     Date

3608       $96         BC           10am-12pm        S(4)        8/27-9/17

3674       $96         RBC        6pm-8pm            T(4)        9/6-9/27

 

NEW! Building Your Professional Network with LinkedIn

 LinkedIn is the most popular professional social-networking site in the world. You will learn how to create your account, create, manage your profile, build your professional network, and communicate with others. Bring your resume to class. Instructor: B. Ayran

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3653       $36         SWGCC                 9-12pm                 S (1)       9/3

 

NEW! Introduction to Microsoft Office- Access

This class is for students who have little or no experience working with Microsoft Access. Students should be familiar with computer keyboard. Instructor: T. Abell

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3720       $180       SWGCC                 4-7pm   W (5)     10/12-11/9

 

Introduction to Microsoft Office- Excel

This class is for students who have little or no experience working with Microsoft Excel. Students should be familiar with computer keyboard. Instructor: T. Abell

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3714       $180       SWGCC                 4-7pm   M (5)     9/12-10/10

 

Introduction to Microsoft Office- PowerPoint

This class is for students who have little or no experience working with Microsoft PowerPoint. Students should be familiar with computer keyboard. Instructor: T. Abell

 Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3721       $180       SWGCC                 4-7pm   M (5)     10/17-   11/14

 

Introduction to Microsoft Office- Word

This class is for students who have little or no experience working with Microsoft Office-Word. Students should be familiar with computer keyboard. Instructor: T. Abell     

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3713       $180       SWGCC                 4-7pm   W (5)     9/7-10/5

 

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Illinois Concealed Carry Certification Class

(Must have valid FOID card)

Two-day, 16-hour course – Instructors are current or retired police officers and have been approved by the Illinois State Police. Everyone must attend all hours of class; there are no exceptions. Additional registration fee to the state of Illinois; $150 for 5 years.

Class#  Fee     Loc           Time                    Day     Date

3710       $185       BC           8am-5pm             S/Su       9/17-9/18

3712       $185       BC           8am-5pm             S/Su       11/19-11/20

3709       $185       SWGCC 8am-5pm             S/Su       8/20-8/21

3711       $185       SWGCC 8am-5pm             S/Su       10/8-10/9

Utah Concealed Firearm Permit Course

(This class does not include IL permit requirements. MO residents must obtain an MO permit before taking this class.)

AGES 21+ - The Utah CFP permit training class takes 4 hours. Firing of a firearm is not required to obtain the Non-Residential Utah concealed firearm permit. The permit is valid for 5 years and training is not required for renewal. Allegiant Traing Group provides all the training materials, notary, and for your added convenience, they provide the following services: fingerprint cards and photo services. This is required to submit your non-resident application. Utah concealed firearm permit is recognized by 34 states for Illinois residents: AK, AL, AR, AZ, CO, DE, GA, IA, ID, IN, KS,  KY, LA,MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NE, NC, ND, NH,  OH, OK, PA, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, WY. Additional registration fee to the state of Utah $51. Instructor: E. Wilkerson

Class#  Fee     Loc      Time                      Day    Date

3728       $100       BC           8am-12pm          S(1)        9/10

3729       $100       BC           8am-12pm          S(1)        11/12

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Bob Ross Oil Painting (Supply fee: $30)

AGE 14+ - Beginners or experienced painters learn the painting techniques of wet-on-wet from a certified Bob Ross instructor. Instructor: l. Stevens

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

Waterfall

3611       $54         BC           9:30am-4pm       S (1)       10/22

Cardinal Birds in Snow Scene

3612       $54         BC           9:30am -4pm     S (1)       11/19

Fearless Watercolor Landscapes (Supply fee: $10 + additional supply list sent)

An intro to watercolor. No drawing experience required. Two new paintings each session. A fun class for those who want to learn to paint but fear drawing or sketching. Paper, brushes, and paint supplied by instructor.   Instructor: T. Hohn

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

Sunset Lighthouse II/Down by the River

3589       $54         BC           9am-3pm             S (1)       8/27

Beach Sunrise/Last Days of Summer

3590       $54         BC           9am-3pm             S (1)       9/10

Irish Coastal Scene/Mountain Lake

3591       $54         BC           9am-3pm             S (1)       10/1

Autumn Farm/Winter's Mantle

3592       $54         BC           9am-3pm             S (1)       11/5

Late Winter/Early Spring

3593       $54         BC           9am-3pm             S (1)       12/3

NEW! Painting Impressionist Landscapes (Supply list will be sent)

14+ Learn to paint acrylic landscapes in the Impressionist style. No previous painting experience required. One completed painting per session, taught in "paint along with me" format. For those who want to paint but are put off by oils or don't know where to start. We go from basics to advanced during each class. Instructor: T. Hohn

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

Last Days of Summer

3594       $45         BC           9am-3pm             S(1)        9/24

Lady of the Snows Canal

3595       $45         BC           9am-3pm             S(1)        10/15

Autumn Farm

3596       $45         BC           9am-2pm             S(1)        11/19

Winter’s Soft Mantle

3597       $45         BC           9am-2pm             S(1)        12/10

NEW! Exploring Mixed Media (Supply list will be sent)

14+ Express yourself using a variety of artists mediums. Try new techniques such as expression, abstract, and collage. Learn to use watercolor pencils, pastels, and color balance. Instructor: D. Tamburello

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3583       $54         BC           1-3pm   S(3)        9/3-9/17

Beginning Portrait Drawing (Supply list will be sent)

Learn the basics to create a realistic portrait and capturing a likeness. Instructor: D. Tamburello

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3582       $90         BC           1-3:30pm             S (4)       10/1-10/22

NEW! Tie-dye with Cold Water Dyes (Supply fee: $12)

Learn different tips and tricks to tie-dye like a pro. All materials and one set of cotton pillowcases included in supply fee. Please bring additional cotton items to dye as time and supplies allow. Instructor: M. Harms

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3621       $27         BC           9am-12pm          S(1)        10/1

3622       $27         BC           9am-12pm          S(1)        12/3

Suminagashi – Japanese Paper Marbling  (Supply fee: $25)

Learn how to make beautiful marbled paper simply using the ancient Japanese art of Suminagashi. Take home beautiful cards and marbled paper as well as a kit to make hundreds more works of art. Instructor: M. Harms

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3623       $27         BC           9-12pm                 S(1)        10/22

3624         $27       BC           9-12pm                 S(1)        11/19

Painting a Stained Glass Window (Supply fee: $15)

Learn how to design and paint a window to look like a real stained glass window using liquid lead and glass paint. No art classes required. Beginners welcome. Even if you have no known artistic skills, you can create a beautiful stained glass window to hang in your home or give as a gift. Instructor: M. Moehle

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3684       $27         SWGCC 9-am-12pm         S(1)        10/15

3685       $27         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        11/19

Beginner Creative Card Making (Supply fee: $20)

Learn to use a variety of techniques and tools to create custom greeting cards that are easy to make and fun to give. Students will purchase a basic card making kit and create a minimum of 3 handmade cards. Techniques to be covered include dry and heat embossing, water coloring with distress inks, die cutting, and stamping. No class 10/8.  Instructor: K. Richey

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3686       $54         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(2)        10/1 & 10/15

Beginners Glass Bead Making

Create your own glass beads to make a bracelet, pendant, decorative elements, jewelry, or anything creative. Instructor: L. Hesterberg

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3605       $75         AGS       9am-12pm          S (1)       9/10

3606       $75         AGS       9am-12pm          S (1)       10/15

3607       $75         AGS       9am-12pm          S (1)       11/12

Beginning Lead Stained Glass (Supply fee approximately $199) 

Students will learn to create patterns, cut shapes, and form images form glass. Basic soldering techniques will be mastered as you create a finished hanging panel. Instructor: L. Hesterberg

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3600       $75         AGS       7-9pm                   T(5)        8/30-9/27

3601       $75         AGS       7-9pm                   W(5)      8/31-9/28

Advanced Stained Glass Foil (Supply fee approximately $65, Prerequisite: Beginning Lead Stained Glass)

Basic soldering techniques will be mastered as you crate using the famous Tiffany Style method. A finished stained glass piece different than a panel. You will bring your supplies from the beginning class. Instructor: L. Hesterberg

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3602       $75         AGS       7-9pm                   T(5)        10/11-11/8

3603       $75         AGS       7-9pm                   W(5)      10/12-11/9

Upholstered Cushions (Supply list will be sent)

Assemble a professional looking cushion for chairs and couches. Selection of foam, matching patterns, cutting, and sewing a boxed cushion with welting and zipper will be presented. Instructor: G. Lay

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3598       $81         BC           6-9pm                   W(3)      9/7-9/21

Upholstery Lab (Supply list will be sent)

Bring a simple chair to class every week and learn basic upholstery skills to give it a new look. In addition, discussions on fibers, fabrics and tools are included. An additional course is offered if students need extra sessions to finish their project. No class on 10/31 Instructor: G. Lay

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3599       $216       BC           6-9pm                   M(8)      9/12-11/7

NEW! Home Decorating Sewing Lab (Supply list will be sent)

Create a few home decorating projects in this make it and take course. Choose from any or all of the following: Table runner, decorator quality pillows, and easy quilt top, quilted pot holders. Instructor: G. Lay

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3657       $81         BC           6-9pm                   Th (3)    10/6-10/20

Hand Embroidery (Supply fee: $30)

Design and hand stitch a pair of pillowcases. Learn which patterns, work best for hand stitched embroidery, and many ways to transfer designs to fabric. You'll learn the basics of embroidery, along with the history, and several stitches to get you started. No experience required. Instructor: M. Harms

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3619       $54         BC           6:30-8:30pm       T(3)        9/13-9/27

3620       $54         BC           6:30-8:30pm       T(3)        10/25-11/8

Beginning Sewing

Learn to make decorative throw pillows. Students will make two pillows the same or different designs. Instructor: S. Barbeau

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3668       $18         RBC        6:30-8:30pm       T(1)        11/1

Sewing II

Learn to make decorative table runners and napkins. Instructor: S. Barbeau

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3671       $18         RBC        6:30-8:30pm       T(1)        11/15

We Can Sew

AGE 7+. Adult and child learn to sew items for child and baby doll. Students will make two of the same type of item with the same or different designs. Instructor: Staff

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

Tote Bags for Me and Baby

3669       $18         RBC        1-3pm                   M(1)      11/7

Sewing Curtains       

Students of all skill levels will make their own curtains in this hands-on two day workshop with plenty of one-on-one time with the instructor. Instructor: S. Barbeau

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3670       $41         RBC        6:30pm-8pm T(2)             11/8

                                                6:30pm-9:30pm                11/22

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Beginner Line Dancing

It's not just for country music anymore! This course is designed for the person that has never danced before. A mixture of classic and current dances will be used. The terminology as well as the steps and technique are taught. No class on 9/5. Instructor: K. Amburn,

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3703       $53         BC           7-8:30pm             M(7)      8/29-10/17

3704       $53         BC           7-8:30pm             M(7)      10/24-12/5

Intermediate Line Dancing

This course is a continuation of the beginner class. Dances with multiple turns and varying steps will be taught. Prerequisite recommended Beginner Line Dancing. Instructor: K. Amburn

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3705       $53         PSOP     7-8:30pm             W(7)      8/31-10/12

3706       $53         PSOP     7pm-8:30pm      W(7)      10/19-12/7

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Chinese Cooking (Supply Fee $6)

14+ Chinese cooking is really more about striking a balance in flavors, color, and textures than using specific ingredients. A good Chinese cook can often come up with a dish that has the characteristic taste and flavors of Chinese cuisine using whatever ingredients are on hand. Learn the secrets of Chinese cuisine cooking to add a special flair to your next home cooked meal or dinner party. Instructor: B. Fields

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

Sweet Potato Noodle & Vegetable Salad

3715       $18         BC           10am--12pm      S(1)        8/27

Chicken Lo Mien

3716       $18         BC           10am-12pm        S(1)        9/17

Fried Rice

3717       $18         BC           10am-12pm        S(1)        10/15

Spring Onion Pancakes& Hot & Sour Soup

3718       $18         BC           10am-12pm        S(1)        11/12

Fried Meat & Vegetables

3719       $18         BC           10am-12pm        S(1)        12/3

New! Middle Eastern Cuisine (Supply fee: $6)

Middle Eastern cuisine is the cuisine of the various countries and peoples of the Middle East. The cuisine of the region is diverse while having a degree of homogeneity. It includes Arab cuisine, Persian Cuisine,  Israeli cuisine, Kurdish cuisine, Armenian cuisine, Georgian cuisine, Azerbaijani cuisine, and Turkish cuisine. Some commonly used ingredients include olives, olive oil, pitas, honey, sesame seeds, dates, sumac, chickpeas, mint, and parsley. Some popular dishes include kebabs and dolma. Instructor: I. Yousif

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

Bryani (Vegetables, chicken, rice) & Stuffed Chicken

3724       $18         BC           11:30am-1:30pm              S(1)        9/10

Baklawa/Baklava (Dessert)

3726       $18         BC           11:30am-1:30pm              S(1)        9/24

Fatoush (Mediterranean Salad)/Kabobs

3727       $18         BC           11:30am-1:30pm              S(1)        10/1      

Shawarma (Sandwich wrap) & Taboli (Salad)

3725       $18         BC           11:30am-1:30pm              S(1)        10/8

Beginning Cake Decorating (Supply fee: $3)

AGE 14+. Learn to level, fill, and ice and smooth a cake with buttercream icing. Learn 4 cake borders, how to write on a cake, make leaves, roses & sweet pea flowers, and set up a floral spray on a decorated cake. Instructor: B.Parks

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3675       $54         BC           9-12pm                 S(2)        8/27-9/3

3691       $54         SWGCC 9-12pm                 S(2)        10/1-10-8

Fondant Cake/Cupcake Decorating (Supply fee: $7)

Learn how to use fondant icing to cover a cake/cupcakes and make various flowers, bows, ribbons, and cutouts used for decorating. Instructor: B.Parks

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3676       $54         BC           9am-12pm          S(2)        9/10-9/17

3692       $54         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(2)        10/15-10/22

Gingerbread House & Gingerbread Cookies (Supply fee: $10)

AGE 7+. Build a holiday special gingerbread house and decorate it along with gingerbread cookies.  Materials fee-$10. Instructor: B. Parks

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3678       $27         BC           9am-12pm          S(1)        11/5

3722       $27         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        11/19   

 

Holiday Cupcake Decorating (Supply fee: $5)

Students will learn how to ice and decorate mini, regular, and large cupcakes. All other supplies will be provided by the instructor. Instructor: B. Parks

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3677       $27         BC           9am-12pm          S(1)        11/12

3693       $27         SWGCC 12:30-    3:30pm S(1)        10/22

Holiday Cookie Decorating (Supply fee: $7)

AGE 7+. Students will decorate cut-out cookies with the use of buttercream icing, fondant icing and poured icing methods. Holiday decorating ideas will be taught and students will be proud to put their new skills to use for cookie gift ideas. Instructor: B.Parks

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3679       $27         BC           12:30-3:30pm     S(1)        11/5

3723       $27         SWGCC 12:30-3:30pm     S(1)        11/19

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Preparing for your Trip to Italy

This class is designed for individuals who are preparing for an upcoming trip to Italy. The class introduces you to useful phrases and practical traveling tips. Instructor: B. Klein

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3587       $18         BC           10am-12pm        S(1)        9/17

A Walk Through Italy

A virtual tour through some of Italy's best cultural sites and natural wonders. This class is especially relevant for those planning a trip to Italy. Instructor: B. Klein

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3586       $18         BC           10am-12pm        S(1)        9/24

Beginning Italian

This class is designed for individuals who have no previous knowledge of the Italian language. The class introduces you to basic Italian grammar and conversation. You will become familiar with the basic vocabulary, Italian survival phrases including common Italian phrases, meeting and greeting, and asking for directions. Instructor: B. Klein

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3588       $144       BC           10am-12pm        S(8)        10/1-11/19

Beginning Conversational French

Ages 14+ This class is designed for individuals who have no previous knowledge of the French language. You will become familiar with the basic vocabulary, grammar, French survival phrases including common French phrases, meeting and greeting, and asking for directions.  Instructor: I. Yousif

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3663       $108       BC           9-11am                 S(6)        9/10-10/15

Conversational Russian I

AGES 14+ This conversational course will introduce learners to the basics of the Russian Language; it is taught within the context of songs, video games, and everyday linguistic structures. Ages 14+ Instructor: N. Pruitt

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3707       $108       BC           6:30-8:30pm       Th(6)     9/1-10/6

Conversational Russian II

AGES 16+. This course is an extension of Conversational Russian I. It further develops the basic knowledge of the Russian language using interactive techniques, video and audio materials, and games. Instructor: N.Pruitt

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3708       $108       BC           6:30-8:30pm       Th(6)     10/13-11/17

Conversational German for Beginners (Supply fee: $5)

A conversational approach to German for beginning and intermediate students.  Individualized and group instruction. Students work at their own rate and may take multiple sessions. No Class on 11/24. Instructor: D. Braswell

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3664       $108       BC           7-9pm   Th(6)     9/1-10/6

3665       $108       BC           7-9pm   Th(6)     10/27-12/8

Back to Top Home & Garden

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Urban Homesteading

Urban Chickens (Optional book available for purchase)

An overview of keeping chickens: best breeds for the urban setting, housing, feed, supplement like oyster shell and grit for confined birds, nesting boxes, eggs, how to keep your girls happy, commonly asked questions and fun facts. Instructor: A. May

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3730       $27         BC           6-9pm                   Th(1)     9/1

Urban Gardening

A review of the latest techniques to produce the freshest organic vegetables in limited spaces. From how to easily construct raised beds to unusual containers to straw bales we will look at practical uses of available areas to garden. How to add perennials like rhubarb and blueberry bushes to existing landscaping as well as soil health and ground covers will be included. Instructor: A. May

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3731       $27         BC           6-9pm                   Th(1)     9/8

Seeds and Swords

An overview of heirloom seeds vs hybrid seeds, how to save seeds, how to start slips for next spring. Realistic discussion on the Genetically Modified Organics (GMO) controversy as well as the use of herbicides such as glyphosate (Roundup). What can you do to become better informed to protect your family’s health? Instructor: A. May

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3732       $18         BC           6-8pm                   Th(1)     9/15

Homestead Thrift

Self-sufficient living means using less over the counter products and going back to the basics. Learn how to save money by making your own laundry products, how to refresh your linens with essential oils as well as an entire line of “make a mix” products. Learn how to clean using all natural products. We will discuss the “Right to Dry” movement to allow you to hang laundry outside and proper laundry etiquette.

Instructor: A. May

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3733       $$27       BC           6-9pm                   Th(1)     9/22

Dehydration 101

The most cost effective and easy way to preserve the garden harvest is with a modern dehydrator. I will show you the proper way to prepare foods for processing as well as quick tips to make sure the foods are completely dried. Learn how to save money with yogurt roll-ups and cantaloupe candy! Great recipes for the diabetic as well as how to make beef and turkey jerky. Instructor: A. May

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3734       $27         BC           6-9pm                   Th(1)     9/29

Selecting Perfect Garden Plants

Do you really know and understand the conditions of your garden? Learn how to avoid the common mistakes that people make and how to select the perfect plant for the perfect space. We’ll discuss the importance of proper sunlight, moisture, drainage, soil pH and the plants that thrive in certain conditions. Instructor: S. Owens

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3687       $27         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        9/10

Plant Propagation (Supply fee: $3)

Learn of the different methods of plant propagation in this hands-on class. We will discuss the various methods of creating new plants from a variety of sources. Instructor will demonstrate propagation methods such as air layering, division, cuttings and seed germination. Each student will have a chance to propagate their own plant to take home with them. Instructor: S. Owens

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3688       $27         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        9/24

Composting with Worms (Supply fee: 6.50)

Interested in vermicomposting? Learn how to compost with worms. We’ll discuss the details of vermicomposting, bin designs, common questions and more. Each participant will construct their own small worm-bin to take home with them. Worms Included! Instructor: S. Owens

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3689       $27         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        10/8

Basics of Interior Design (Supply fee: $10)

The class will focus on the "Basic Deigns" fundamentals, creating room plans, color theory, application, furniture buying tips, techniques, the how to's of adding the final touches to a room to achieve/reflect the style, and the personality of the person who lives there. Instructor: A. Strode

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3660       $72         BC           6:30-8:30pm       W(4)      9/14-10/5

Home Buying/Financing for Beginners

We will begin with the requirements and sources of home financing including assistance with down payment and closing costs. We will also cover the process of searching for homes, negotiations, home inspections and closing the transaction. Instructor: L. Riess

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3625       $27         BC           9:30am-12:30pm              S(1)        8/27

3626       $27         BC           9:30am-12:30pm              S(1)        11/5

Simple Steps to Sell Your Home

This class addresses preparing your home, setting a realistic price and negotiating a sale once you have an interested buyer. We will also address seller's costs and the many steps from contract through to closing. Instructor: L. Riess

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3632       $18         BC           9:30-11:30am     S(1)        9/24

3633       $18         BC           9:30-11:30am     S(1)        12/3

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How To Register

Less Stress/More Energy

Look at ways to handle or reduce stress and increase your energy. Recognize how eating and sleeping habits can affect your stress levels and energy. Ge the tools to better manage energy, sleep, and stress. Know why you crave certain foods and how to control cravings. Instructor: H. Owens

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3613       $36         BC           10am-12pm        S(2)        9/10-9/17

 

Essential Oils 101  (Optional book: $25)

Have you heard the buzz about essential oils? We will teach you how to recognize quality, how to use them effectively and you will experience the top 10 most used oils! Come for education and your very own oils experience.

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3749       $14         BC           9-10:30am           S(1)        9/10

3750       $14         BC           9-10:30am           S(1)        10/22

3751       $14         BC           9-10:30am           S(1)        11/5

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How To Register

Basic Framing

Basic framing, including walls, roofs, and floor systems, with a focus on wall framing. No experience necessary, hands-on instruction included! Instructor: D. Carr

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3634       $42         SWGCC 8am-12pm          S(1)        9/10

Basic Electrical Repairs

Basic electrical repairs, including basic circuits, power distribution, and basic devices like switches and receptacles. GFCI also covered! Come and get a basic understanding of your home's electrical system. Hands-on instruction included! Instructor: D. Carr

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3636       $42         SWGCC 8am-12pm          S(1)        10/1

Plumbing Repairs

Learn about drain waste vent systems, potable water, and plumbing fixture installation! Hands-on training sweating copper. No experience necessary! Instructor: D. Carr

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3638       $42         SWGCC 8am-12pm          S(1)        10/15

Drywall Installation and Repair

Learn how to hang drywall and do repairs. Different types of drywall instruction covered, including regular, moisture-resistant, and fire-resistant drywall. Hands-on instruction included! Instructor: D. Carr

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3640       $42         SWGCC 8am-12pm          S(1)        10/29

Ceramic Tile

Learn wall and floor prep for ceramic tile and natural stone, and get hands-on experience cutting and installing tile. Instructor: D. Carr

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

641       $42         SWGCC 8am-12pm          S(1)        11/12

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How To Register

Branding & Marketing Techniques for Small Businesses

If you’re looking for an effective, inexpensive and maintainable way to increase brand awareness, manage your online content and market your small business’ product or service- then don’t miss our brand-new, straight-the-point, completely hands-on, branding and online marketing workshop! Participants will learn how to create their own actionable brand, CMS, social media and SEO strategies, analyze competitors’ strengths and weaknesses, create lead generating emails, harness the power of social media, and much more. Instructor: R. Deutschmann

 Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

 3694       $27         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        9/3

 3695       $27         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        11/12

 

Social Media Strategies for Small Businesses

The world of social media has changed dramatically over the last year, especially when it comes to small businesses and their marketing strategies. Before you spend another dime on boosted posts or advertising through these networks, consider joining our brand-new Social Media Strategies for Small Businesses workshop. Participants will learn the best way to interact with their customers socially, which networks are best for which businesses, how to write likable posts and take shareable photos. You’ll learn the shocking truth about advertising with social media outlets, how to respond to negative stories or criticisms and how to create your own social media strategy.

 Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

 3698       $27         SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        9/24

Online Genealogy (Family History)

Learn how to trace your family history using the internet and historical documents- how to collect oral history, learn how to organize, store and preserve your family documents, pictures and treasures in acid free paper and containers. Understand your heritage and homeland of your ancestors, from traditions to language tips. Instructor: M. Moehle

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3650       $36         SWGCC 10am-12pm        S(2)        10/22-   10/29

Intro to Mountain Dulcimer (Supply fee: $6)

Learn to play this easy three string American folk instrument. Basic strumming, fingering, and harmony techniques will be learned and applied to a repertoire of songs. Do not have to read music! Dulcimer rentals - call Barbara Ernst at 618-624-8100 by Sept. 19 to secure a rental dulcimer.  Instructor: B. Ernst

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3577       $54         BC           9am-3pm             S(1)        10/1

Mountain Dulcimer II (Supply fee: $35)

Introduction to Mountain Dulcimer is a prerequisite to this continuing three-week beginner’s course. You will learn fingering techniques; chords; adding harmony and fills; use of a capo; how to change strings and care of the dulcimer. Instructor: B. Ernst

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3579       $81         BC           12:30-3:30pm     S(3)        10/15-10/29

Creative Writing Workshops

If you've always wanted to write, but weren't sure where to start, this class is for you! You'll learn to create new work each day and schedule your life in a way conducive to the writing lifestyle. Instructor: M. Sautman

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3643       $90        SWGCC 10am--12pm      S(6)        9/3-10/1

3644       $90        SWGCC 10am-12pm        S(6)        10/8-11/5

The Legacy of H.P. Lovecraft

Undervalued in his time, H.P. Lovecraft has become an iconoclast in horror, influencing the likes of Stephen King and John Carpenter. This course probes into his major works and is designed to get students to think critically about horror literature. Instructor: M. Sautman

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3647       $81         SWGCC 1:30-2:30pm       S(5)        9/3-10/1

Literary Ghost Stories

A survey course investigating the sub-genre of the ghost story, this discussion-based class will look into the short stories of great authors such as Edith Wharton, Bram Stoker, H.G. Wells, and W.W. Jacobs. We will analyze the symbolism that lies beyond the surface of the texts. Instructor: M. Sautman

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3649       $68         SWGCC 1:30-3pm             S(5)        10/8-11/5

Skepticism 101        

An introduction to skeptical thinking, this class probes into such topics as alien encounters, ghostly experiences, conspiracy theories, and other paranormal phenomena that people believe in, and seeks to provide scientific explanation as to why people hold such beliefs. Instructor: M. Sautman

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3645       $45         SWGCC 12:15pm-1:15pm              S(5)        9/3-10/1

3646       $45         SWGCC 12:15pm-1:15pm              S(5)        10/8-11/5

A History of Punk Rock

History with an edge- this course chronicles the birth of a musical movement from its proto-punk origins to its modern-day incarnations, reflecting on how the genre comments upon society and the evolution of its varying sub-genres. Instructor: M. Sautman

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3648       $45         SWGCC 2:45-3:45pm                       S(5)        9/3-10/1

3661       $18         BC           8:30-10:30am     S(1)        10/1

Back to Top Personal Finance

The Money Block

At Home Study Orientation (in person)

Medical Insurance Billing, Terminology or Notary Public (one, two, or all three) (Book Fees $99-$199)

If you wanted to learn one of these topics, but don’t have the time to attend a semester long in-person class, or don’t like the option of learning online, here’s your chance to learn, at your own pace, in your own home. These PRINTED manuals/workbooks will guide you through the course you choose whenever you find the time. The orientation is helpful, but if you are unable to attend, the course can be mailed to you following the orientation, provided the instructor has received your materials fee. A facilitator is available via email for any questions during the course and when completed, a certificate of completion will be mailed to you. Choose one course or more for a discounted price. A mandatory materials fee is payable to instructor at the door: $99/any 1 course, $159/any 2 courses, $199/all 3 courses.

Class    Fee     Loc               Time               Day               Date

3788      $20      BC                5-6pm              M(1)            10/24

Save Money with Extreme Couponing!(Supply fee: $10)

Learn how to save $$$ every day with extreme couponing. Coupons are NOT just for groceries. The savings can add up to HUNDREDS or even THOUSANDS of dollars every year. This comprehensive workshops will teach you:

  • where to find all different types of coupons
  • how to find the best coupon web sites
  • how to decipher coupon policies
  • the best way to sort and store coupons
  • how to find other people to trade coupons with

Feel free to bring your coupons to class for a trading session. This workshop is taught by someone who has used many couponing secrets to save thousands.

Class     Fee    Loc           Time                 Day                Date

3789       $20     BC             6-7pm             M(1)                10/24

Seven Simple Secrets to Financial Freedom (Supply fee: $20)

Does your money work for you or do you work for your money? This class is not taught by a financial guru using technical language you can't possibly understand. You will learn from a single Mom, turned home business entrepreneur, turned home owner, turned real estate investor. This is not a get rich quick scheme, this is a plan of action to:

  • get OUT of credit card debt and reduce bad credit
  • raise your credit limit AND lower your interest rate
  • use MORE credit to raise your credit score
  • buy a home even if you have bad credit or are self employed
  • pay off your mortgage in half the time with LESS money
  • keep your home PROTECTED against lawsuits
  • become an ACTIVE INVESTOR FOR FINANCIAL FREEDOM!

Each one of these secrets is worth much more than the cost of this class. This workshop is not for those already advanced in financial matters nor does it provide any legal advice.

Class     Fee     Loc           Time                 Day                Date

3790      $30      Loc            7-9pm             M(1)                10/24

The Business Block

Earn Extra Money with a Mystery Shopping Business (Prerequisite: Cash in with a Successful Home-Based Business. Supply fee: $10)

Have you ever wanted to become a Secret Mystery Shopper? Have you seen ads telling you how to become a shopper, but only if you send them a lot of money? You do not have to pay to begin your new career in this exciting field. You will learn how to start your business endeavor (participants must attend “Cash in with a Successful Home Based Business”) and you will also learn how to:

  • create a mystery shopping profile
  • sign up with many mystery shopping companies WITHOUT FEES!
  • avoid the pitfalls and scams
  • become a Merchandiser too for extra income

With a few simple steps, you can start Mystery Shopping today!

Class     Fee    Loc           Time            Day                 Date

3791       $20    BC             6-7pm           T(1)               10/25

Cash in with a Successful Home-Based Business (Supply fee: $20)

Are you tired of working for someone else? Do you need to make more money? Turn your talents and hobbies into profits at home by learning how to start a home based business. During this informative workshop, you will discover:

  • mandatory legal documentation
  • many ways to market your product/service
  • how to take tax deductions (this workshop included!)
  • more than 100 home business ideas
  • FREE future Q&A opportunities

This is probably the most comprehensive business start up workshop you will ever find, so if you really want to succeed in a home business, this step-by-step session is a must! A mandatory $20 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the door. SPECIAL NOTE: The instructor is an author, business owner, and Chamber of Commerce Past President. Due to the high demand for this guest instructor nationwide, this workshop can only be offered once a year.

Class          Fee     Loc            Time        Day                  Date

3792             $30     BC             7-9pm       T(1)                10/25

Make Money with a Typing/WP Virtual Assistant Business (Prerequisite: Cash in with a Successful Home-Based Business. Supply fee: $10)

If you can type, then you can make money at home using your word processor or computer. Having already learned all about home-based business success (participants must have attended "$Cash$ in with a Successful Home-Based Business"), you will then discover:

  • how and where to find clients
  • 50 ways to advertise/market your services
  • effective home office equipment choices
  • 100 ways to make money with a computer
  • FREE national networking information

There really is a need for your services, so learn to be your own boss, set your own hours, and make more money.

Class           Fee     Loc            Time        Day               Date

3793             $20       BC            9-10pm    T(1)                10/25

Maximize Your Social Security Benefits

Ways for those who are nearing retirement to maximize social security benefit amounts for themselves and their spouse. Instructor: C. Richards

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3617       $9           BC           9-10am                 S(1)            9/10  

3752       $9           BC           9-10am                 S(1)          10/22

Investment Basics

This course is designed to give the student a better understanding of the various types of investment vehicles available today. Investment vehicles covered will be: stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETF's options, or annuities. Instructor: R. Martini

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3661       $18         BC           8:30-10:30am     S(1)        10/1

Investing: Leading to Retirement

Learn the complexities of retirement planning including generating income, how & when to take Social Security Benefits, and what to do with retirement plans balances. Instructor: R. Martini

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3662       $18         BC           8:30-10:30am     S(1)        10/22

Build/Rebuild Your Credit Score

In this class we will cover the facts and myths about credit scoring and reporting as well as provide tools for rebuilding a good credit history after tough times. (We will talk about credit after collections, foreclosures, bankruptcy and divorce). Instructor: L. Riess

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3658       $27         BC           9:30am-12:30pm              S(1)        10/1

Get to Know VA Home VA Home Buying Benefits.

Get to know the benefits and requirements for using your VA loan entitlement to acquire and finance your home. Topics include eligibility, costs, fees and debunk the myths that keep qualified veterans from enjoying this valuable benefit. Instructor: L. Riess

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3659       $18         BC           9:30-11:30am     S(1)        10/22

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How To Register

Intro to Digital Photography

Introduces the student to all the basics of buying and using a digital camera. Camera types and features, taking better photos, photo software and printing photos are all covered. Question and answer session included. For more in depth course, look into Digital Photography II starting in September. Instructor: G. Gasparich

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3580       $27         BC           9am-12pm          S(1)        9/17

Digital Photography II

An in-depth study of digital cameras and photography. Camera features and their use; composition and aesthetics of photography; photo software and printing are all covered. Students will take and show photos. One class will be spent taking photos around campus. Plenty of question and answer sessions and one-on-one help will be available. Instructor: G. Gasparich

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3581       $150       BC           9am-12pm          S(5)        10/1-10/29

Hands-On DSLR Workshop

If you own a DSLR camera, you owe it to yourself to join us in this one-of-a-kind, hands-on Going Manual workshop! Through personalized instruction and group shoot outs you'll learn the art of visualization, how to choose your own exposure, change reality, manually adjust your own focus, pick the perfect depth of field, freeze action, shoot a portrait, use a flash off-camera, get in close for macro and much, much more. No previous experience or expensive gear is necessary. Please bring your camera, a fully-charged battery, empty memory card, and instruction manual to class. Instructor: R. Deutschmann

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3696       $27         SWGCC 1-4pm                   S(1)        9/3

3697       $27         SWGCC 1-4                          S(1)        11/12

Hunter Safety Certification Course

AGE 7+. This is a mandatory course for all Illinois hunters born after Jan. 1, 1980. All ages are encouraged to attend. Children under the age of ten must be accompanied by an adult who also must register in the class. STUDENTS MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR CLASS. WALK-INS CANNOT BE ACCOMMODATED. Topics include firearm safety, types of firearms and ammunition, wildlife management, hunter responsibilities, survival and first aid, water safety, game care and identification. Students must attend both class sessions for successful completion of this course; a Hunter Safety Certification Card will be awarded (reciprocity possible). Bring an ink pen to class. Instructor: Staff

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3667       Free       RBC        6-9:50pm             Th(1)     10/13

                                                8:30am -3pm     S(1)        10/15

Golf Lessons/Golf Clinic (Supply fee: $5-$7 bucket of golf balls)

AGE 14+. Solid golf fundamentals on Woods, Irons and short shots. For beginners to intermediate students. Learn from a PGA Professional. Bring your clubs if you have them, otherwise the instructor will provide them. Instructor: R. Carranza

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3652       $108      SWGCC 9-11:00am           S(6)        9/10-10/15

Hands-On Portrait Photography

Get a bit of real hands-on training in the art of portrait photography during our wildly immersive, three-hour DSLR camera workshop. Learn how to create striking images using natural light, just one flash and multiple flash in an outdoor and indoor setting. You’ll practice shooting single, couple and group photographs. You’ll work alone and in teams. You’ll learn how and when to modify the light, how to achieve perfect depth of field and how to create mood in a portrait. No previous experience or expensive gear is necessary. Please bring your camera, a fully-charged battery, empty memory card, and instruction manual to class. Instructor: R. Deutschman

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3699       $27         SWGCC 1-4pm   S(1)        9/24

Photography/Videography for Small Businesses

Creating likable, link-able, and shareable photos and videos is an important skill for any small business owner today. In this immersive workshop you’ll learn how to use your smartphone and DSLR camera to make engaging Website, Youtube and social media posts. Students will also be shown how to edit their video on their smartphones or tablet as well effective posting and SEO strategies. No previous experience or expensive gear is necessary. Please bring your camera, a fully-charged battery, empty memory card and camera instruction manual to class, as well as your smartphone or tablet (with any video-editing software you may have). Instructor: R. Deutschman

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3700       $27        SWGCC 9am-12pm          S(1)        10/15

Close-Up and Macro Photography

Getting up-close-and-personal with the world around you need not be expensive or confusing. Join us for a brand-new, hands-on photography workshop and dive deep into the world of close-up and macro photography. Participants will learn how to get extremely close to small objects, how to light their subjects perfectly, how to freeze anything before them and how to take the most incredible macro photographs of their lives … all without an expensive macro lens or tripod. No previous experience or expensive gear is necessary. Please bring your camera, a fully-charged battery, empty memory card and instruction manual to class. Instructor: R. Deutschmann

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3701       $27         SWGCC 1-4pm                   S(1)        10/15

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How To Register

Cartooning

AGES 7-12. Design your own comic character or comic strip. Learn character design, composition and techniques used in comic strips. Instructor: M. Moehle

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3651       $36         SWGCC 10am-12pm        S(2)        9/3-9/10

Snacks 'n Splatters (Supply fee: $10)

AGE 7-12 • Our instructor will offer a variety of pictures for kids to choose from, and then will draw their picture onto their canvas, and they just have fun painting it! Kids can bring their own snacks and a drink, and will have fun and leave with their very own piece of art. Bring an apron if you want to stay tidy! Instructor: M. Moehle

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3682       $27         SWGCC 12-3pm                 S(1)        10/1

3683       $27         SWGCC 12-3pm                 S(1)        11/12

Creating Holiday Snacks with Cereal (Supply fee: $5)

AGES 7-12. Kids will use various cereals to create fun time snacks for the holidays. Snacks included will be a bar, a mix, muddy buddies, granola cups, and a holiday design. Instructor: B. Parks

Class  Fee     Loc                  Time              Day                 Date

3702       $18         BC           1-3pm                   S(1)        11/12

3690       $18         SWGCC 1-3pm                   S(1)        10/1

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How To Register

People's Law School - Free Workshops

(learn more about our legal system)

Topics and dates coming soon!

For questions, call 618-235-2700, ext. 5393 or 5618.

Back to Top Highland Classes

Applying Wood Finishes

Learn how to apply clear coat, glaze, and decorative finishes to wood products over a series of three classes. This class is hands-on and you will apply finishes to a handmade wooden jewelry box, and take it home with you at the end of the series! Instructor: P. Cappelle

3918       $36         HCG       6-8pm  M(3)      10/3-10/17

3919       $36        HCG        6-8pm  M(3)      11/7-21

 

Winning Online Strategies for Small Businesses

Learn how to be seen on the internet, engage more people, rank higher in search results and compete with the big brands when marketing your products or services. Instructor: R. Deutschmann

3910       $27        LHPL        6-9pm   W(1)      10/5

 

DSLR Photography Basics Hands-On Workshop

If you own a DSLR camera, you owe it to yourself to join us in this one-of-a-kind, hands-on, going-manual workshop! Through personalized instruction and group shoot outs you'll learn the art of visualization. How to choose your own exposure, change reality, manually adjust your own focus, pick the perfect depth of field, freeze action, shoot a portrait, use a flash off-camera, get in close for macro and much, much more. No previous experience or expensive gear is necessary. Please bring your camera, a fully-charged battery, empty memory card, and instruction manual to class. Instructor: R. Deutschmann

3909       $27        LHPL        6-9pm   W(1)      10/12

 

Winning Social Media Strategies for Small Businesses

Social Media is changing as quickly as its users can tweet about it. Learn what it takes to stay ahead of the conversation, instead of always being behind it. Instructor: R. Deutschmann

3911       $27        LHPL        6-9pm   W(1)      11/9

 

Holiday Portraits Hands-on DSLR Workshop

Learn how to take amazing holiday portraits both indoors and out with your DSLR camera. Participants will learn how how to choose the perfect aperture, shutter speed and ISO, adjust their white balance, tint and hue and dial-in the perfect contrast, saturation and sharpening settings - all in-camera, all when the inspiration strikes. Basic lessons on off-camera flash and home-made modifiers are also included. Taught by an award-winning photographer, Marine Combat Correspondent and author, this workshop will show you what’s truly possible in-camera today.

Instructor: R. Deutschmann

3912       $27         LHPL        6-9pm   W(1)      11/16

How to Write Effective Small Business Blog Posts and Press Releases 

There is a massive difference between writing a press release and a blog post, one is for a human and the other is for a search engine, learn to do both in this class. Instructor: R. Deutschmann

3913       $27         LHPL        6-9pm   W(1)      12/7

Pet and Baby Photography

Learn how to take fantastic pet and baby photos both indoors and outdoors using your own DSLR camera. Participants will learn the basics of depth of field, color control, focus and exposure as well as basic staging, prop and off-camera flash use. This is a extremely hands-on workshop, please bring your camera, its manual, your lenses and your flashes (if you have them). Taught by an award-winning photographer, Marine Combat Correspondent and author, this workshop will show you what’s truly possible in-camera today.

Instructor: R. Deutschmann

3914       $27         LHPL        6-9pm   W(1)      12/14

Sign Language

American Sign Language is a beautiful language with the grammar, structure, nuances all its own. Whether you wish to communicate with a friend or coworker who is deaf, you want to teach basic sign language to your children, or you've simply always wanted to learn a new language, this class can get you on the right foot to learning the basics of communicating in American Sign Language. While American Sign Language is used by a wide variety of people for a wide variety of reasons, this class will focus on American Sign Language used by people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. You will also be exposed to some aspects of Deaf culture while taking this course. Instructor: J. Webb

3908       $108       LHPL        6-8pm   T(6)        10/18-11/22

     

 

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Conversational Spanish I

3533  WEST     B125    6-7:50pm    T     8/23-12/13

2 credit hours ($228 + no lab fee = $228)

Foundry/Sandcasting

3534  FRBG      N10     7-9:50pm  Th    8/25-12/15

2 credit hours ($228 + $32 lab fee = $260)

Small Gas Engines

3535  COLL      152     6-8:50pm    T     8/23-12/13

3 credit hours ($342 + $22 lab fee = $364)

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Paraprofessional Test Prep Class

Class#  Fee     Loc      Time                      Day     Date

4040        $81    BC       9am-12pm            S(3)     10-8-10-22

Paraprofessional Test

                $60   BC        9am-12pm            S(1)     10/29