Special Interest Classes


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No. 405  WOODWORKING (HS RM E308)

Thursdays, January 20th           

6:30-9:30pm (10-weeks)

INSTRUCTOR: Matt Kollar (Limit 10)

R $96; NR $100; GC $90

"Build projects at your own pace with instructors' assistance as desired.  You select projects and purchase materials prior to the second class.  This course is an introduction to an enjoyable hobby and life skill, however, working with wood is inherently dangerous.  Using hand and power tools improperly or ignoring safety practices can lead to injury.  All registrants must participate in the safety demonstrations given the first night; no exceptions. Participation in the class constitutes a liability waiver."   


 

No. 303 DreamQuest: How to Create Your Heart’s Desire (RM HS C321)

Wednesdays, January 19th 

6:00-9:00 pm (8-weeks)  

R $100; NR $108; GC $92

Instructor: Gretchen North, MA, MS, CHES (www.gonorthcoaching.com

We all have dreams and goals for ourselves, and we are meant to experience them in our lifetimes. Through guided exercises and activities, participants will tap into their deepest desires and construct a plan for fulfilling their top aspirations.  Drawing from concepts in mindfulness, visualization, journaling, vision boarding and group sharing, participants will identify and articulate their dreams.  They will learn strategies to overcome barriers and will finish the course with clarity, inspiration and a tactical roadmap. 

 

No. 307 GREEK FOR BEGINNERS (HS RM C308)

Wednesdays, January 19th                

6:30-8:00 pm (8-weeks)                      

INSTRUCTOR: Joanna Zervos

R $46; NR $50; GC $42          

"Experience the incredibly rich Greek language and culture (All things Greek to you) in an interactive and fun setting!  Whether you're interested in understanding your Greek-speaking relatives and friends, planning a trip to beautiful Greece, or expanding and enriching your vocabulary, you will certainly benefit from this class. Basic reading, writing, and conversation will be covered. Opa!"

 

No. 118 ITALIAN INTERMEDIATE (HS RM C321)

Mondays, January 17th                  

6:30-9:00 pm (10-weeks)             

INSTRUCTOR: Lino Amatangelo

R $85; NR $90; GC $80                                     

This will be a conversational class with forays into Italian history, culture and travel.  An emphasis will be placed on enjoying the experience and speaking Italian. Perfection not expected. (We will also explore and elaborate on personal interests and requirements).

 

No. 206 HOW to SAVE and PAY for COLLEGE WITHOUT GOING BROKE (HS RM C304)

Tuesday, February 15th                       

7:00-9:00 pm (1-Night)

INSTRUCTOR: Gregory A. Phillips

R $15; NR $20; GC $10

This college funding workshop will benefit parents with children of any age.  Learn the six steps to maximize college funding, the four ways to pay for college, how college financial aid works, ten options to save for college with their pros and cons, four costliest mistakes parents make, and budget strategies to pay the least amount possible for college bills            

 

No. 406 HOW to SAVE and PAY for COLLEGE WITHOUT GOING BROKE (HS RM C304)

Thursday, March 24th            

7:00-9:00 pm (1-Night)

INSTRUCTOR: Gregory A. Phillips

R $15; NR $20; GC $10                        

This college funding workshop will benefit parents with children of any age.  Learn the six steps to maximize college funding, the four ways to pay for college, how college financial aid works, ten options to save for college with their pros and cons, four costliest mistakes parents make, and budget strategies to pay the least amount possible for college bills.