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2 Inside... Registration Form...27 Arts & Crafts... 3 Business...5 Canoeing-Paddling...6 Computers... 6 Dance... 8 Do-It-Yourself...9 Exercise & Fitness...9 Family & Personal Development...12 Finance & Investment...13 Food & Nutrition...14 Health & Well-Being...16 Home & Garden...17 Journalism & Writing...18 Languages & Cultures Music & Theater Arts Photography & Video...20 Sewing & Needle Arts...20 Special Interest Sports & Games Swimming Trade Cancellation, Weather Center Location Addresses...2 Pre-Registration & Refund Policies Registration Information...26 Partners In Community Education DMPS Preschool DMPS Metro Kids Care Students with special needs: if you need special physical accomodations, please let us know when registering. Thank you. Community Education offers bias-free instruction. We advise each of our instructors that they are not to promote any specific products or organizations as a part of their instruction. Board of Education Cindy Elsbernd...Chair Rob Barron... Vice-Chair Nathan Blake, Connie Boesen, Teree Caldwell-Johnson, Bill Howard, Pat Sweeney Dr. Thomas Ahart...Superintendent of Schools Community Education Staff Mike Zelenovich...Director Coordinators Peggy Altman... Coordinator Amy Myers... Coordinator John Nelson... Coordinator Support Staff Andrea Baker... Administrative Secretary class centers Brubaker Elementary School E. 42nd St. Callanan Middle School Center St. Capitol View Elementary School E. 16th St. Cattell Elementary School E. 12th St. [All classes at Cattell please use E. 13th. St. entrance (back door) ONLY.] Central Academy Grand Ave. Central Campus Grand Ave. Corinthian Baptist Church School St. Des Moines University Clinic Grand Ave. DM Valley Friends Meeting House Grand Ave. East High School...East 14th & I-235 Edmunds Elementary School th Street Elpis/College Ave. Christian Church College Ave. Goodrell Middle School E. 29th St. Gray s Lake Park Fleur Dr. Harding Middle School E. Euclid Ave. Hillis Elementary School th St. Hoover High School... 48th and Aurora Ave. (All classes at Hoover please use east parking lot; enter east door at end of diagonal sidewalk.) Iowa Architectural Foundation......Capital Square, 400 Locust, Suite 100 Jefferson Elementary School Watrous Ave. Lake Red Rock-Elk Rock State Park...Knoxville, IA Living History Farms NW 111th Street, Urbandale Madhaus Gallery 2nd floor West Court, Winterset Madison Elementary School E. Hoffman Meredith Middle School Madison Ave. (All classes at Meredith please use door near parking lot on east side.) Merrill Middle School Grand Ave. Monroe Elementary School th St. North High School Holcomb Ave. Northwest Community Center Franklin Ave. Oakwood United Methodist Church NE 56th St., Pleasant Hill Perkins Elementary School College Ave. Pleasant Hill Elem. School E. Oakwood Dr., Pleasant Hill Pleasant Hill Public Library Maple Dr., Pleasant Hill Pointe Academy th St., W.D.M. Roosevelt High School Center St. Ruby Van Meter School th St., D.M. Smouse Elementary School Center St. St. Andrew s Episcopal Church Urbandale Ave. St. Luke s Episcopal Church Forest Ave. South Union Elementary School South Union Ted Lare Design Build Cumming Ave., Cumming Weeks Middle School SE Park Ave. Windsor Elementary School University Ave. Wright Elementary School SW 14th St. Des Moines Public Schools Discrimination Policy The Des Moines Public Schools prohibits discrimination based on age, race, reed, color, sex, marital status, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, or disability in educational and employment programs and activities. In addition, the District prohibits acts of intolerance or any form of harassment toward employees or students.for information regarding procedures for discrimination complaints, contact the District Compliance Officer who is also the Title IX and 504 Coordinator, Des Moines Public Schools, 901 Walnut Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50309, (515) DMPS Community Education Vol. 25, Issue 1 Fall 2015

3 Arts & Crafts ARTS & CRAFTS Arashi Shibori Scarf-Making 1 Day/2 Wks $40 + Arashi Shibori is an advanced silk scarf technique. Arashi is the Japanese word for storm. The patterns are always on a diagonal in arashi shibori, which suggest the driving rain of a heavy storm. Students will learn how to create and dye a Shiboristyle scarf using silk, dyes, PVC pipe, string, and an ancient Japanese folding and binding technique. The result is a pleated cloth with a design on a diagonal. Supply fee $20, payable to instructor. Note: Sections 101 and 102 meet two nights (Wed); Section 103 meets one day (Sat). Instr: Robin Paul A186101A Hoover High 1305 Wed Sept PM A186102A Hoover High 1305 Wed Dec 2 6-8PM A186103A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Dec 12 9AM-1PM Basic Soap-Making 3 Wks $25 + Learn to make soap using the cold process method. This process uses lye; safety will be emphasized. Make several bars of soap with vegetable oils, scented with essential oils and colored in various ways. Learn how to prepare molds, labels and calculate ingredient quantities. Take home several bars to enjoy with your family. Estimated supply cost $7.50 per student, payable to instructor. Instr: Byron Strom A008101A Pleasant Hill Public Library Mon Nov 2 6-8PM Basket-Making, Beg. 2 Wks $45 + Learn to use reed to create one basic-level basket pattern. Other basket techniques also will be discussed. Supply fee $15, payable to instructor. Instr: Robin Paul A236101A Hoover High 1305 Wed Nov PM Bookmaking 4 Wks $45 + Did you know that in 16th-century France the king decreed standard paper sizes for bookmaking? Anyone caught breaking this rule was thrown into prison. Make your own hardcover book and learn more of the scandalous history of books! Supply fee $15, payable to instructor at class. Instr: Ethan Leners A170101A Roosevelt High 2880 Tue Oct 6 6-8PM Czech Art & Culture - Part 2 6 Wks $60 Czech Republic is a unique and diverse place! In this course, students will gain a strong historical understanding of social revolutions during the era of communism and after the collapse of the Iron Curtain. This course also will delve deeper into understanding Czech art and music and its various applications. Students will have the opportunity to build upon Czech language skills and sample Czech cuisine. No pre-requisite class required. Instr: Samantha Thomas A353101A Roosevelt High 1830 Wed Sept 23 6:30-8:30PM Learning is a Lifelong CELEBRATION! Drawing, Beg. 6 Wks $70 + Drawing and sketching instructions for the beginner and intermediate drawing level. Applying tried and true formulas, theories, tips and techniques to develop your drawing abilities and style. Relaxed atmosphere with encouraging guidance and a no-fear approach to achieve the most from your sketches. No experience necessary! Students are responsible for purchasing supplies and bringing to first class. Supply list available by contacting Community Education office ( ); approximate supply cost $40-$50. Instr: Mike Mittermeier A282101A Hoover High 1305 Tue Oct 6 6-8:30PM Encaustic Painting 1 Day $65 + Learn how to create art pieces with encaustic paints using wax, resin, and pigments to create two different projects. Class also covers preparing materials and painting surfaces. $20 supply fee, payable to instructor. Instr: Robin Paul A429101A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Oct PM A429102A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Dec PM Felting Techniques 1 Day/2 Wks $40 + Learn about basic felting techniques (wet felting and needle felting), materials, and supplies, and then create at least two different projects, including felted beads, balls, and one flat decorative piece. Supplies provided; $20 supply fee payable to instructor. Note: Sections 101 and 103 meet one day (Sat); Section 102 meets two nights (Wed). Instr: Robin Paul A128101A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Sept 19 9AM-12PM A128102A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Wed Oct 7 6-8PM A128103A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Nov 7 9AM-12PM Fused Glass, Beg. 1 Day $65 + Learn the difference between stained glass, forming, fused glass and glass blowing and then use that knowledge to complete 2 small fused glass projects (choose from: cheese plate, small bowl, small plate or fused beads). Supply fee $40, payable to instructor. Prior students are welcome to register and use class as studio time for $35 (plus supplies). Note: Section 101 is one day (Sat); Section 102 meets two nights (Wed). Instr: Robin Paul A055101A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Sept 26 9AM-1PM A055102A Hoover High 1305 Wed Oct :30PM Call Now To Register! Eddie Parents: Check This Out! Classes with this symbol are youth friendly! Check the class description for minimum ages! Fall Page 3

4 Arts & Crafts Hand-Blown Glass Ornaments 1 Day $75 + Discover how to create hand-blown glass ornaments using a torch set-up. Students will make two ornaments to take home. Supply fee $20, payable to instructor. Instr: Robin Paul A217101A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Dec AM A217102A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Wed Dec :30PM A217103A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Dec AM Henna, Beg. 1 Day $20 + Henna is a fun, non-threatening art from India, the Middle East, and African countries. It is a paste made from the Henna shrub, which dyes the outer layer of the skin, giving it color. It is temporary and fades off so there is no permanent commitment, unlike tattoos with needles. Henna is 100% natural, contains no chemicals, and is completely safe for human skin. Best of all, there is no lifetime commitment! The technique is easy to learn; class includes instruction and safety information, patterns to choose from, and plenty of practice time. Supply fee $8, payable to instructor at class. Please wear clothing that is stain-friendly and allows henna placement on arms/legs. Athome practice will increase skill level. Instr: Krystal Komro A100101A Pleasant Hill Public Library Sat Sept PM Henna, Adv. 1 Day $20 + For students interested in improving their henna skills, this class offers a chance to work on more detailed patterns and perfect your technique. Supply fee $15, payable to instructor at class; fee covers a full kit, which includes 2 cones and multiple designs for home use. Please wear clothing that is stain-friendly and allows henna placement on arms/legs. Instr: Krystal Komro A101101A Pleasant Hill Public Library Sat Oct PM Leather Tooling 1 Day $35 + Learn to create beautiful embossed designs in leather! Students will learn the basic principles of working with leather, including using a press, hand tools, punches, dyes, and paints. Students create a wearable leather cuff and/or other project during class. Supply fee $10 payable to instructor. Instr: Robin Paul A257101A Hoover High 1305 Wed Sept 9 6-8PM Nepali Art & Culture 6 Wks $60 Learn about the beautiful culture, customs and traditions of Nepal! Discover facts about the Himalayas; study folk art; learn about the history of beautiful Nepal; and sample some incredible Nepali cuisine. Students will have an opportunity to find out more about the various landscapes, temples and natural beauty of Nepal. Social issues, development and education also will be noted topics throughout this course. Instr: Samantha Thomas A354101A Roosevelt High 1830 Mon Sept 21 6:30-8:30PM PLEASE! Turn off your cell phone in class! Nuno Felting 1 Day $40 + Learn to use silk and wool roving to create a beautiful felted scarf. Students learn the process of wet hand felting wool to silk. Supply fee $15, payable to instructor. Instr: Robin Paul A132101A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Oct AM A132102A Hoover High 1305 Wed Nov 4 6-8PM Painting with Chocolate 1 Day $35 + Learn to create a painted chocolate canvas and chocolate lace, items that make wonderful personalized gifts or elegant dessert toppers. Class uses white and dark chocolates, metallic surface decorations, and reverse painting techniques. Fun for all ages. $15 supply fee, payable to instructor. Instr: Robin Paul A416101A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Dec 5 1-3PM RAKU Pottery 1 Day $55 RAKU is a Japanese word often interpreted as enjoyment or happiness, and is a form of ceramic art in which a piece is subjected to a postfire reduction process using sawdust, paper or other materials to change its color and chemistry. RAKU artists value the technique for its ability to produce a wide range of colors and effects, since no two pieces of RAKU pottery ever look alike. In this session, participants learn about the history of RAKU pottery as well as glazing and firing techniques. Students select and glaze a piece of bisque pottery using the methods taught during the session and watch it being fired. Several examples of finished pieces are provided. This is a make and take activity with firing assistance from the instructor. Additional bisque pieces can be purchased for a nominal fee the day of the event for those students wanting to complete multiple pieces. Students can stay all day to observe or simply participate for a few hours to create their piece/s. All supplies included. Registration deadline Oct. 1. Instr: Robin Paul A063101A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Oct 3 9AM-4PM A063102A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sun Oct 4 9AM-4PM Soy Wax Candlemaking 1 Day $28 + Learn easy techniques to make your own soy wax candles. Soy wax is an environmentally-safe vegetable wax with easy clean-up -- use your own pan from home! Students will make 1 candle during class. Please bring a 2-qt. saucepan and spatula to class; all other candle supplies will be furnished. Supply fee of $12 per person, paid to instructor at class. Instr: Donna Drake A024101A Merrill Middle 135 Tue Oct 6 7-9PM A024102A Merrill Middle 135 Tue Nov 3 7-9PM Do you have an interesting skill, craft, or hobby you would like to share with others? Call or visit Share your expertise and experience... Teach! Page 4 Fall 2015

5 Arts & Crafts Business Stained Glass Art 8 Wks $100 + Make a finished leaded stained glass project, plus a foiled nightlight in this unique class. Both beginning and review students are welcome. Missed classes can be rescheduled with instructor. Tools and supplies will cost an additional $275+, depending upon the quality and number of tools and supplies purchased. Tools may be rented from instructor (approx. $15 for 8 weeks); supplies not included in $15 tool rental. Note: Students in sections 102 and 103 choose ONE day to attend. Class is held upstairs. Instr: Beverly Akermark A060101A TBA Mon Sept 21 6:30-9:30PM A060102A TBA Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu OR Sat Sept 20 10AM-1PM A060103A TBA Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu OR Sat Sept PM Watercolor, Beg. 8 Wks $75 + Class introduces students to beginning watercolor and the use of watercolor pencils. Learn watercolor technique, the relationship of color, and how to use watercolor pencils, then create paintings using methods learned in class. Previous drawing experience not required. Supply list is available by calling Community Education office (approximate supply cost $50-$75). Instr: Ramona Robinson A043101A Hoover High 1305 Mon Oct 5 6-8PM Weaving: Rigid Heddle Loom 1 Day $50 + Learn how to create a woven scarf using a rigid heddle loom. Phase 1 will be setting up and warping the loom; Phase 2 will be finishing. Students create and complete a wool scarf from beginning to end during class. Limit is five students. $20 supply fee, payable to instructor. Students also may bring their own loom to class, if they prefer (recommended brand: Ashford, approximately $160). Instr: Robin Paul A294101A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Sept 12 9AM-1PM A294102A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Oct 17 9AM-1PM A294103A Madhaus Gallery, Winterset 2nd Floor Sat Nov 14 9AM-1PM Woodcarving, Beg. & Adv. 8 Wks $40 + Learn the basics, including the proper selection of wood, use of tools, determining proportion and selection of projects. Extra tool cost: $ All skill levels welcome. Majority of class time will be spent working on project(s) of student s choice. Instr: James Pierce A425101A Goodrell Middle Wood Shop Wed Sept PM Give the gift of Life Long Learning! A Community Education Gift Certificate can be purchased for any class, or in any amount. Call for details! Zen Calligraphy and Meditation 2 Wks $30 A calm mind generates good deeds is a Japanese saying. When the mind is calm, no matter what we endeavor to do, it yields good fruits. It is essential to understand the relationship between meditation and Japanese calligraphy because what we put on paper is a reflection of our own mind. In this class, students will learn the fundamentals of brush-writing, including body mechanics and the relationship of calligraphy to Zen meditation. Recommended student texts: Zen Mind, Beginner s Mind (Shunryu Suzuki) and Brush Writing: Calligraphy Techniques for Beginners (Ryokushu Kuiseko). All supplies provided. Class is taught by Daishin Eric McCabe, a Zen Buddhist priest who has 15 years experience practicing in Zen monasteries and 20 years experience studying Japanese calligraphy. A016101A Hoover High-TBA Mon Oct 5 6-7:30PM A016102A Hoover High-TBA Mon Nov 2 6-7:30PM BUSINESS Are You Ready to Start a New Business? 3 Wks $55 Are you ready to become your own boss? This introductory course is designed to help you think about whether you are ready to start a business. Course topics will include financial, insurance, legal, marketing, and personal considerations. Students also will be directed throughout the course where they can go for additional resources and assistance. Instr: Morgan Leu Parkhurst B029101A Roosevelt High 1860 Thu Oct 8 6-8PM Cracking the Career Code 1 Wk/2 Days $50 We all have heard the horror stories of people gone off to college without a plan, leaving them with little-to-no career prospects and mounting college debt upon graduation. In Cracking the Career Code, we cover the three P s that will help you find a challenging and satisfying career match: Passion (discover where your passions truly lie); Perform (uncover which areas allow you to perform at your best); Profit (the most profitable ventures based on your skills and abilities). Class fee includes textbook. Instr: Tom Henricksen B101101A Merrill Middle 111 Mon, Wed Oct PM Is IT for Me? 1 Wk/2 Days $20 The Information Technology field has many options to consider. In the class Is IT for me?, we will review many of the field s career path opportunities and detail the skills that are needed. Then we will look at what kind of training may be required and where we can get that in central Iowa. Our last step will be creating transition plans to pursue this new career track. Whether you re a recent college grad or someone looking to make a career switch, this class will help you develop a strategy for finding a job in IT. (Although not required, you are advised to bring a current resume to class.) Instr: Tom Henricksen B100101A Merrill Middle 111 Mon, Wed Oct PM REMEMBER: No Smoking on school grounds! Fall Page 5

6 Canoeing & Paddling Computers canoeing & paddling Canoeing Basics I 1 Day $25 Learn the basics of canoeing while enjoying beautiful Gray s Lake. Instruction centers on basic paddle strokes and safety, and will help the novice canoeist feel at ease on the water. Equipment is provided. Minimum age is 10. A participant who is years of age must be accompanied by an adult who is at least 21 years of age for his/her canoeing partner. Pre-registration is required at least 72 hours in advance. Instr: City of DM Park & Recreation G070311Z Gray s Lake Park Thu Sept 3 6-9PM Canoeing Basics II 1 Day $25 A Canoeing Basics I class is required to take this class. This class briefly revisits the fundamentals of canoeing basics, and then adds more paddling stokes and in-water rescue techniques. Equipment is provided. Dress in swimsuits, shorts, or other suitable clothing for getting wet. Minimum age is 10. A participant who is years of age must be accompanied by an adult who is at least 21 years of age for his/her canoeing partner. Preregistration is required at least 72 hours in advance. Instr: City of DM Park & Recreation G071304Z Gray s Lake Park Thu Sept PM Kayaking Fundamentals I 1 Day $60 Best course for paddlers seeking their first instruction, or first-time kayakers looking to learn the basic skills. Discuss the basics of boat control, risk reduction, hazard identification, and other safe paddling practices. Learn how toperform a proper wet exit, as well as how to land and launch your kayak. Class also covers the fundamental strokes and proper technique to develop sound paddling habits. Lunch/ beverages not provided; all other equipment provided by instructor. Please include approx. height & weight when registering to ensure correct kayak is available. Children age 9 & up may take the class if with an enrolled adult. Registration deadline 1 week prior to class date. Additional info: Held at Gray s Lake, meet at the NORTH-side boat ramp near Fleur Ave. Bring a change of clothes and dress to get wet. Instr: Jeff Holmes G090304Z Gray s Lake Park Sun Sept 6 8:30AM-1PM Lake Red Rock Intro to Kayaking Tour 1 Day $60 Discover a few of the basic skills required to kayak and then apply them as you enjoy a brief tour of the sandstone cliffs along Lake Red Rock. Learn how to size a paddle; methods for launching and landing a kayak without tipping; how to use torso rotation to move forward; how body position and blade placements help turn and control your kayak; and more. Skills will be applied as the group meanders along the shoreline of Elk Rock State Park. You ll view high sandstone cliffs and a variety of wildlife. Lunch/beverages NOT provided; all other equipment provided by instructor. Please include approximate height & weight when registering to ensure correct kayak/ gear is available. Prior Kayaking experience not required. Registration deadline 1 week prior to class date. Additional info: Students should meet at Elk Rock State Park bathroom on top of the first boat ramp. (Boat ramp is second left inside entrance to Park.) Instr: Jeff Holmes G136303Z Lake Red Rock - Elk Rock State Park Sat Sept 19 8:30AM-1PM River Canoeing Outing 1 Day $30 A Canoeing Basics I class is recommended to take this Outing. Some instruction occurs on the river, but the outing is intended to be leisurely and apply previously learned paddling skills. Depending upon water levels, this river trip will be on a local moving flat water river or creek (TBA). Equipment is provided. Dress to get wet (a change of dry clothes is optional). Minimum age is 10. A participant who is years of age must be accompanied by an adult who is at least 21 years of age for his/her canoeing partner. All river trips meet at Gray s Lake at 8:00am the day of the event, and may be cancelled or rescheduled by the instructor via phone/ notification (approx hours prior) due to water levels, weather conditions, etc. Pre-Registration required at least 72 hours in advance. Instr: City of DM Park & Recreation G072304Z Local River Sat Aug 29 8AM-2PM G072305Z Local River Sat Sept 12 8AM-2PM Stand-Up Paddling 1 Day $60 Learn how to stand on water! In this class, learn the basics of stand-up paddle boarding! You ll learn how to safely mount and dismount your board near shore and in the middle of the lake. Get an introduction to proper stroke technique to get you moving and learn a few safety tips to prepare you for next adventure. Please include your height and weight when registering. Registration deadline 1 week prior to class date. Additional info: Held at Gray s Lake, meet at the boat ramp near Fleur Ave. Bring a change of clothes and dress to get wet. Instr: Jeff Holmes G082304Z Gray s Lake Park Sat Sept 12 8:30AM-1PM computers Computer Security for the Home User 4 Wks $70 Stolen identities are becoming more common. This discussion-based course will help you understand who s trying to get your identity and why. It will cover patching, antivirus, firewalls, and backups. It also will teach you about password management, secure banking practices and mobile security. Class is taught by IT professional Paul Ryan, who has over 15 years experience and currently works as a Senior InfoSec Analyst. When he s not in front of a computer, Paul enjoys renovating his old home or running after his child. C038101A Roosevelt High 1060 Thu Sept PM Creating WordPress Websites for Beginners 3 Wks $40 WordPress isn t just for Bloggers! You can use WordPress as a Blog, a website, or CMS (Content Management System). In this course, you will learn how to host, install, and customize your site. In addition, you will learn how to add WordPress pages, a custom menu, upload media files, and add a contact form. We ll also explore some of the many templates, widgets and plugins available to the WordPress community. This course is designed for students new to WordPress. Each student will be assigned a WordPress.org website that they may work with during class, as well as several months after class has ended. No need to purchase one prior to class. Students also will have access to an online classroom where they can download class materials and resources. Instr: Kim Mayrose C030101A Corinthian Baptist Church Lower Level Mon Nov 2 6:30-8PM Page 6 Fall 2015

7 Computers for Seniors 1 Day $25 During this course, students will learn how to create and utilize a Gmail account. Topics will include sending and receiving messages, attaching documents to messages, and creating strong passwords. Instr: Morgan Leu Parkhurst C028101A Corinthian Baptist Church Lower Level Tue Sept 22 6:30-8:30PM Excel 2010, Beg. 1 Day $40 Whether you are new to Excel or have some experience, this class is for you. Learn the ins and outs of spreadsheets, formulas, and formatting. Class also covers charts, importing data, drop-down cells and more. Basic PC skills recommended. Instr: Laura Grove C091101A Corinthian Baptist Church Lower Level Wed Sept PM Excel 2010, Cont. 1 Day $40 Expands upon concepts learned in the Beginning class. More on functions, formulas, charts and sheet-handling. Also learn about formatting cells, controlling printout, macros, drop-down cells and much more. Beginner class or experience with Excel recommended. Instr: Laura Grove C093101A Corinthian Baptist Church Lower Level Wed Oct 7 6-9PM Facebook for the Over-50 Crowd 2 Wks $40 Wondering what all the excitement surrounding social media is about? This survey course will show you the fundamentals of Facebook and what you need to know as a social media user. Specifically, you ll learn how to share photos, updates, and stories, and read content shared by others. This course will focus on meaningful ways to engage online, keep your account safe, and avoid information overload. Students are not required to have a Facebook account to participate in class. Instr: Morgan Leu Parkhurst C126101A Roosevelt High 1060 Thu Nov 5 6-8PM Google Apps 2 Wks $30 This class will cover some of the free apps available through Google such as Gmail, Docs, Drive, Calendar and Contacts. Students should sign up for a free Google account prior to class. Make sure you bring your username and password to class. Go to Google.com, click Sign In, then Create Account to sign up for your free account if you do not already have one. Instr: Kim Mayrose C034101A Corinthian Baptist Church Lower Level Wed Nov 11 6:30-8PM Intro to the PC (Windows 8.1) 8 Wks $90 + Learn about turning on a computer. Learn terms and vocabulary necessary to purchase, operate and maintain them as well as get support from others. Through hands-on activities, become aware of equipment and programs used to create, store, find and retrieve documents, pictures, music and other things you keep on your computer. Also, experience how to navigate and do basic research on the Internet using Internet Explorer. Through lecture, learn about accounts, including forwarding, replying to and handling things attached to outgoing and incoming s. Learn about local resources available to set up and use accounts. Learn about emerging handheld communication technologies and their relationship to personal computers. Required textbook: Windows 8.1 in Easy Steps (ISBN: ) available locally or on Amazon.com for approx. $20. This class does not cover Macintosh computers. Instr: Benjamin Guise C022101A Merrill Middle 143 Mon Sept 21 6:30-9:30PM Microsoft Office 2013, Intro to 8 Wks $90 + Hands-on overview of Microsoft Office. (Does not include Microsoft Access.) Covers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and creating documents. Class also covers Windows orientation and information-sharing among the Office applications. Required textbook: Microsoft Office Professional 2013 Step by Step (ISBN ), available locally or on Amazon. com for approx. $25-$45. Certificate verifying completion of course available upon request. Basic PC skills recommended. Instr: Benjamin Guise C057101A Merrill Middle 143 Tue Sept 22 6:30-9:30PM Microsoft Word 2010, Beg. 1 Day $40 Learn Microsoft Word, the software most used in business. Class includes creating documents to share with others; typing practice; formatting; tables and pictures; and more. Instr: Laura Grove C053101A Corinthian Baptist Church Lower Level Wed Oct PM PowerPoint 1 Day $40 Software for making on-screen presentations for speeches. Every salesperson and upper-management employee in every office should know PowerPoint, the industry standard in visual-aids creation. Learn to use this full-featured presentation software. The built-in outliner helps you organize your thoughts as you prepare for your next sales presentation, budget report, or lecture. Easily create slides, overhead transparencies or even on-screen presentations with charts, graphs & eye-catching transitions (bulleted items, builds, dissolves). Requires knowledge of basic PC and Microsoft Windows concepts. Instr: Laura Grove C045101A Corinthian Baptist Church Lower Level Wed Nov 4 6-9PM Call Now To Register! Or, use the form on page 27 to mail or fax your registration! Fall Page 7

8 Computers Dance Senior Progressive Series (Windows, Internet) 4 Wks $50 Windows Essentials In this class, students will learn the basics of using Windows. We will cover common tasks such as cut, copy, paste and undo. You will learn the difference between your desktop, taskbar and start menu. We also will work with different types of menus, files, folders, programs, and computer safety. Internet Essentials Do you know what browsers are and how to use them? Do you know how to set up your home page? In this class, you will learn how to use the Internet to find information, communicate with family and friends, download files and find them on your computer. We also will cover tips for staying safe on the Internet. Instr: Kim Mayrose C029101A Corinthian Baptist Church Lower Level Thu Oct 1 1-2:30PM dance Aimee & Jerry s Couples Dance, Beg. 6 Wks $100/couple* We teach Ballroom, Country, Swing, and Novelty dances. Will work with 3 different dances in each 6-week session. The guys will learn to lead with confidence and ladies will learn to follow with patience. Join this class and begin your journey in the dance world and on to the dance floor. Contact instructor with any questions at *Fee is $100 per couple. Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Aimee Reynolds D078101A Wright Elementary Gym Mon Sept 21 7:30-9PM D078102A Wright Elementary Gym Mon Nov 2 7:30-9PM Aimee & Jerry s Line Dance, Beg./Interm. 6 Wks $50 Come learn a variety of line dances; we start with beginning dances and work towards intermediate level dances. When joining this class you will see that there are several different genre line dances and a large variety of music. We review dances throughout the course. Join us and prepare to have some fun. Contact the instructor with any questions at aol.com. Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Aimee Reynolds D050101A Wright Elementary Gym Mon Sept :30PM D050102A Wright Elementary Gym Mon Nov 2 6-7:30PM Ballroom Dancing, Beg. 5 Wks $50 Taught at a slow pace for the beginning student. Dances include: Swing, Fox Trot, Waltz, and ChaCha. Ideal for couples or families planning weddings. No partner needed. Ages 14 to Adult. Note: Section No Class Nov 25. Instr: Leonard s Dance Studio D020101A South Union Elementary Gym Thu Sept :30PM D020102A South Union Elementary Gym Thu Oct :30PM Students with special needs: if you need special physical accomodations, please let us know when registering. Thank you. Ballroom Dancing, Interm./Adv. 5 Wks $50 For the experienced student who has some background in ballroom dancing and wants to learn dancing techniques. Dances include: Swing, Fox Trot, Waltz, Cha Cha, Tango, and Rhumba. No partner needed. Ages 14 to Adult. Note: Section No Class Nov 25. Instr: Leonard s Dance Studio D022101A Meredith Middle Cafeteria Wed Sept :30PM D022102A Meredith Middle Cafeteria Wed Oct :30PM Belly Dancing, Beg. 7 Wks $35 Learn to move, isolate, and appreciate your body, no matter where you are in life with Beginning Belly Dance. Through this ancient art form you will learn to isolate arm, hip, and torso movements, as well as put a little shimmy in your dance. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, and bring a scarf to tie around your hips (optional). Most of all, get ready to relax and have fun! Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Megan Wright D012101A Meredith Middle Cafeteria Tue Sept PM Belly Dancing, Interm. 7 Wks $35 You ve learned the basics, now it s time to put them together for even more fun! Intermediate Belly Dance will review the basics, introduce traveling with movements, add a little shimmy to your moves, and put those moves together in a short routine. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a scarf to tie around your hips (optional). Beginning Belly Dance is required for this class. Note: use door on EAST Side of Meredith building. Front doors always locked. Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Megan Wright D013101A Meredith Middle Cafeteria Tue Sept PM Club Salsa Dancing, Beg. 6 Wks $54 Can you feel the heat? Salsa dancing is growing in popularity in Des Moines. Come learn and join the fun with Salsa Des Moines! This beginner class will teach basic steps, basic turns, partner work and simple combinations of salsa dancing. At the end of this course, you will have a good foundation and confidence to attend any Latin dance party. No partner needed and no experience required. Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Salsa Des Moines D094101A Perkins Elementary Gym Wed Sept PM Scottish Country Dance, Beg. 10 Wks $24 Learn a Celtic dance form from the 1700 s. Reels, jigs and strathspeys are fun to do, plus providing great aerobic exercise to marvelous music. Wear cool, comfortable clothing and soft shoes. Partner not required. Instructors: Hoepner/Lieberman D095101A St. Luke s Episcopal Church Great Hall Mon Sept :30PM Soul Line Dance 6 Wks $50 Want to have fun and learn a dance at the same time? Come learn all the latest Soul Line Dances out. This class will also help build new relationships and be fun. All levels of dancers welcome. Ages 14 to Adult. Note: No Class Oct 6. Instr: Mary Noel D065101A Hillis Elementary Cafeteria Tue Sept :30PM Page 8 Fall 2015

9 Dance Do-It-Yourself Exercise & Fitness Tap Dance for Exercise, Beg. 8 Wks $35 Learn 10 to 15 basic tap steps used in a 3 minute tap routine. No recital but you ll be ready to perform at your church talent show. Tap shoes are optional... but making noise is fun! Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Susan Hyland D070101A Perkins Elementary Gym Thu Sept PM Tap Dance for Exercise, Interm. 8 Wks $35 Review the basics and more challenging tap steps. Learn a new routine and get your exercise painlessly. Tap shoes are optional... but necessary if you decide to perform with us. Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Susan Hyland D071101A Perkins Elementary Gym Thu Sept PM Do-IT-YOURSELF Candle-Making 1 Day $40 + Learn how to create several different types of candles (jars, cakes, tapers, and pillars) from different materials (soy, wax), using a variety of wicks (wood, string, etc.). This class covers several basic styles and decorating techniques. Supply fee of $15, payable to instructor. Instr: Robin Paul Y155101A Hoover High 1305 Wed Sept PM exercise & fitness Our instructors encourage all students to listen to their bodies during any physical activity, and not overextend themselves. If you are beginning a new exercise program, it is always recommended that you first consult your health care professional. Aerobics, Step (Low Impact) /H.I.I.T. Combo Class 7 Wks $55/$65* H.I.I.T. Training Monday and Thursday: H.I.I.T. Training combines aerobic exercise and muscle work in short bursts of intensity, followed by 1 minute rest, to suit every fitness level! Please bring 5lb or 8lb weights and a mat. Step Aerobics Wednesday: an excellent cardiovascular workout along with both upper and lower body conditioning. Please bring a mat (no weights required). Sign up for 2 or all 3 classes! *Cost is $55 for two classes/week; $65 for three classes/week. Instructor will pro-rate fee if necessary. Continuous classes. NOTE: Students MUST pre-register with instructor at Instr: Rhonda Judge E014101A Jefferson Elementary Gym Mon, Wed,Thu Aug PM E014102A Jefferson Elementary Gym Mon, Wed,Thu Oct PM Catch-Up Chair Caning 1-4 Wks $15/night A refresher course for students who have completed the Chair Caning/ Hand Caning and need help getting started again, or want to work with a group. Supply fees will vary, depending upon particular chair needs. Please call instructor Bill Brubaker ( ) to discuss your project so necessary materials are available for your class. You are welcome to register for any 1 (or more) of the 4 classes; fee is $15 per class. Registration deadline is one week prior. Instr: Bill Brubaker Y045101A Hoover High 1305 Thu Sept PM Chair Caning/Hand Caning 4 Wks $52 + Discover the lost art of seat-weaving as you restore your own cane chair. That chair you ve relegated to the attic or basement will once again find prominence in your home. Learn the 7-step process of hand caning, including binding and knot tying. The chair must have holes drilled in the frame around the perimeter of the seat. Depending upon the size of the chair, some additional work at home may be required. Supply fee $22.50, payable to instructor. Please call instructor Bill Brubaker ( ) to discuss your project so necessary materials are available the first night of class. Chairs also are available for purchase from instructor for approx. $20-$30. Registration deadline is one week prior. Instr: Bill Brubaker Y040101A Hoover High 1305 Thu Sept PM Woodcraft, Advanced/Open Shop 8 Wks $100 + An advanced project-type course for experienced woodworkers who understand power equipment and do not need instruction. Vision and hearing protection required. Not a beginner-level course advanced woodworking experience required. Materials extra. Instr: Barry (Ben) Molloy Y135101A Central Campus 512/ Furn Fact Thu Oct 1 7-9PM Chair Yoga 8 or 12 Wks $37/$65* If you want to start a yoga practice, chair yoga is a very safe place to start! A few seated beginning poses will build strength, increase circulation and oxygenation. Likewise, if you are currently unable to get down and up again from the floor, chair yoga is the answer! For both purposes, the gentle chair yoga poses will bring you to new levels of psychological optimism and physical well-being. These simple stretches, along with conscious and deep breathing, are effective and powerful and you will feel the results in your own body. Wear comfortable clothes. Note: Sections 101 and 102 are 12 weeks for $65; Section 103 is 8 weeks for $37. Instr: Noreen Gosch E090101A St. Andrews Episcopal Church Tue Sept AM E090102A St. Andrews Episcopal Church Wed Sept AM E090103A Merrill Middle Cafeteria Thu Sept 24 6:30-7:30PM Fitness Wks $115 Don t feel fit enough to start an exercise program? Coming back from a period of inactivity, or postpartum? Overweight and uncomfortable in a gym setting? We have the answers! Fitness 101 is a no-impact exercise program tailored to meet you where you are and gradually introduce different forms of exercise as you progress. Small classes and attentive instructors will give you an individualized workout plan and the ability to go at your own speed. It s like having a personal trainer in a group fitness setting! Class size limited to 10 per session per time slot. MUST pre-register with Diane only at (Cash or check, NO credit cards.) Instr: Diane Stokka E018101A Elpis/College Ave. Christian Church Mon, Tue, Thu Aug 31 5:30-6:15AM See page 2 for list of Class Center Locations Fall Page 9

10 Exercise & Fitness 50+ Fitness 6 Wks $40 Baby boomers always have proven to be a powerful generation. Now that they are the grandparents of our society, they are redefining what being a senior citizen is all about! 50+ Fitness is a 6-week series focusing on beginners and/or seniors strength, balance, and core. If you golf, jog, walk, or participate in any physical activity, this fun class will assist in making you stronger and more flexible. Please bring with you to class: stability ball, long elastic/therapy band, Pilates O ring, and yoga mat. Class is taught by Lisa Carter, a certified personal trainer with over 12 years experience in the fitness field. E121101A Oakwood United Methodist Church, Pleasant Hill Fri Sept 25 11:45AM-12:30PM Fitness Plus/Total Balanced Training 8 Wks $50 Fitness Plus class is more than just pumping iron. New equipment additions include 30 cardio machines, weight machine circuit, large mat area with BOSU balls, medicine balls, Kettlebells, and punching bags besides free weights. Individual programs set up based on your needs and goals. Taught by Dan Austin, strength and conditioning teacher with 18 years experience. E120101A Roosevelt High-Weight Room Mon, Wed Sept PM INSANITY 10 Wks $75 This certified instructor-led workout is a cardio-based, total-body conditioning program. Instructors are trained to help participants modify the movements, making it suitable for a variety of fitness levels. INSANITY is one of the most explosive and most effective workouts ever put together, the benefits of which include increased calorie burn and cardio capacity. Students should bring water bottle, towel, and yoga mat (if you prefer extra cushioning); please wear athletic shoes. Instr: Carl Swauger E051101A Windsor Elementary Gym Mon, Wed Sept 21 6:10-6:55PM Jumpstart! 30 Days to Fitness 6 Wks $120 Give us 30 days and we will give you a jumpstart to a new you! We can help you lose weight, lose inches and lose bad habits while gaining energy, strength and new eating patterns. This 6 week program includes pre and post baseline fitness testing, a personal trainer to maximize your workout time, and a personalized meal plan, as well as a weekly newsletter. You will have access to unlimited morning and evening classes 5 days a week, as well as video workouts, and meet with your trainer individually or in small groups once a week. Student MUST have access to for information and coaching purposes. Note: MUST register with Diane only at (Cash or check, NO credit cards.) Fitness testing will be the week of September 14. Instr: Diane Stokka E031101A Elpis/College Ave. Christian Church Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri Sept 21 Times Vary Learning is a Lifelong CELEBRATION! Eddie Parents: Check This Out! Classes with this symbol are youth friendly! Check the class description for minimum ages! Keep Moving: Fitness for Older Adults 13 Wks $32.50/$65/$97.50* Come to one, two or three classes weekly to maintain or improve your fitness. All classes are adaptable to your fitness level. Every class includes: warm up, strength, flexibility, body awareness and balance components. Monday s class includes upper body exercises with 1 to 5 lb. hand weights. Wednesday s class adds floor work on mat and Friday s class also has standing exercises for better mobility. *Join us for one ($32.50), two ($65) or three ($97.50) days a week. Note: Section 102 is 9-10AM Monday and Friday and 9:30-10:30AM Wednesday. Instr: Vicki Kolbinger E119101A Pointe Academy M, W, F Sept 9 9:30-10:30AM E119102A Pointe Academy M, W, F Sept AM POUND Rockout Workout 10 Wks $46 Looking for a fun and unique workout that will provide cardio, strength, and core challenges? POUND is a full-body cardio jam session, combining light resistance with constant simulated drumming to popular music. This workout fuses cardio, Pilates, and plyometric movements into a 60-minute session that is so fun you won t even realize you re sweating! No previous experience is necessary and all ability and fitness levels are welcome as modifications are provided. Wear workout attire and bring a yoga mat; Ripstix TM are provided. To learn more about this fitness craze, visit poundfit.com, or for a little background on instructor Joanna Determann s journey to POUND, visit her HelloWellness blog: Ages 14 to Adult. E050101A Edmunds Elementary-Gym Tue Sept 22 6:15-7:15PM Powerhouse! 4 or 8 Wks $35/$60* Get the most out of your workout, and have fun doing it! This HIIT class combines the best of cardio kickboxing, plyometrics and athletic movements alternated with strength work intervals using body weight, bands and hand weights, and finishes with an incredible core segment and deep stretches. This is a complete head to toe workout that will bring visible results! Note: MUST register with Diane only at (Cash or check, no credit cards.) *Choose either 4 weeks for $35 or 8 weeks for $60. Instr: Diane Stokka E019101A Meredith Middle N Cafeteria Tue, Thu Sept 1 5:30-6:15PM E019102A Meredith Middle N Cafeteria Tue, Thu Oct 27 5:30-6:15PM Powerhouse Lite 8 Wks $70 A low impact version of our fat burning HIIT interval workout! We use steps, bands, weights and bodybars as well as walking and body weight exercises to alternate cardio and strength intervals. See maximum results in minimum time! Note: MUST register with Diane only at (Cash or check, no credit cards.) Instr: Diane Stokka E141101A Elpis/College Ave. Christian Church M, W, F Aug 31 10:15-11AM Call Now To Register! Or, use the form on page 27 to mail or fax your registration! Page 10 Fall 2015

11 Exercise & Fitness Rise & Shine! Early Morning Workouts 4 or 8 Wks $40/$75* Join us for an invigorating and fun workout before sunrise Monday through Friday. Every day is a different workout that complements your total fitness! We offer cardio on Monday, cardio and strength circuits on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, a strength workout on Wednesday, and Yoga Sculpt on Friday morning. We use the bench, bands, weights, bars, kettlebells, etc. to vary each workout and make it challenging and workable for whatever fitness level you are, from beginner to advanced. Attendance is unlimited - come as often as you choose. Note: MUST register with Diane only at (Cash or check, no credit cards.) * Choose either 4 weeks for $40 or 8 weeks for $75. Instr: Stokka E023101A Elpis/College Ave. Christian Church Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri Aug 31 5:30-6:15AM Strength and Stretch 4 or 8 Wks $35/$60* Designed to build a stronger, leaner body, this class is a non-impact workout, integrating Pilates for core strength and Yoga for increased flexibility. Create a new you and feel great doing it! *Fee is $35 for 4 weeks or $60 for 8 weeks. Note: MUST register with Diane only at (Cash or check, no credit cards.) Instr: Diane Stokka E032101A Smouse Elementary Gym Mon, Wed Aug PM E032102A Smouse Elementary Gym Mon, Wed Oct PM Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention 6 Wks $60 Tai Chi is both a martial art and a true mind-body form of exercise. It is a good way to energize your body and settle your mind, helping focus your mental state. Tai Chi for Arthritis will improve your flexibility, balance, muscle strength, and cardio conditioning. This class is suitable for any fitness or experience level; it is not only for individuals with arthritis or history of falling. Please wear comfortable clothes you can move in (clean shoes only; barefoot or yoga socks OK) and bring a towel to class. Class is taught by Erin Davis, who has over 12 years study experience and holds certification from the Tai Chi for Health Institute. E068101A Pointe Academy Mon, Wed Sept 14 5:15-6:15AM E068102A Pointe Academy Mon, Wed Nov 2 5:15-6:15AM X-treme Body Makeover 10 Wks $150 Want to look and feel great? This 10 week program provides everything you need for success: pre- and post-fitness testing, personal coaches, and great cardio and strength classes to motivate you to be your very best! You have access to unlimited classes Monday through Friday early mornings and Monday through Thursday evenings, you receive a weekly newsletter, a weekly meal plan, and there is a prize for the student with the best results! Student MUST have access to for information and coaching purposes. Note: MUST pre-register with Diane only at (Cash or check, NO credit cards.) Fitness testing week September 14. Instr: Diane Stokka E029101A Elpis/College Ave. Christian Church Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri Sept 21 Times Vary Yoga for Balance 8 Wks $40 In this all levels class we will use slow flow, yin postures, and breathing exercises to invigorate your mind, body, and spirit, inviting balance back into your life. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring your own yoga mat. Instr: Patty Van Meter E088101A Pleasant Hill Elementary School Gym Wed Sept PM Yoga & Meditation 8 Wks $48 Learn traditional yoga postures linked together in a gentle flowing sequence and strengthening standing poses. You will then be guided through relaxation and a short meditation at the end to complete your practice. Bring a mat and wear comfortable clothes. Instr: Patty Van Meter E082101A Brubaker Elementary Gym Mon Sept :15PM Yoga - Pilates Fitness 8 Wks $60 Join a Yoga-Pilates practice that will focus on your blending breath and movement. The yoga portion is an active and flowing practice, designed to strengthen the entire body. Attention is also given alignment/technique. Pilates is a flowing set of exercises requiring concentration and control with attention given to quality of movement. Pilates strengthens, stretches and tones muscles. Modifications for the pure Pilates movements will be offered. All fitness levels are welcome. You ll be encouraged to choose your own modification levels to meet your individual needs. Bring mat and wear comfortable clothing. Instr: D an (Dee) Sasseen E285101A East High 2015E Mon, Thu Sept 21 5:30-6:30PM Yoga for Strengthening and Toning 8 Wks $44 A gentle class to reduce physical & emotional effects of stress. Practice yoga postures that open the body, while slowing down the racing mind. The result is relaxation, greater mental clarity, improved alignment and physical freedom. This class promotes flexibility, balance and strengthening. Bring a mat and wear comfortable clothes. Instr: Noreen Gosch E085101A Monroe Elementary-Cafeteria Wed Sept 23 6:30-7:45PM Yoga For Stress Management 8 or 10 Wks $44/$50* For students new to yoga or those looking for a gentle class to reduce stress and tension. Learn breath and body awareness, optimal posture and body mechanics. Focus on correct positioning of basic/traditional Yoga postures to strengthen lower back, abdominal muscles, legs and upper body. Students experience meditative benefits of Yoga through linking of breath with movements. Class promotes balance, flexibility and stress reduction. Bring a mat and wear comfortable clothes. Note: Section 101 is 8 weeks for $44; Section 102 is 10 weeks for $50. Instr: Noreen Gosch E074101A Merrill Middle Gym Mon Sept 21 6:30-7:45PM E074102A Jefferson Elementary Perform. Area Tue Sept 22 6:30-7:45PM Our instructors encourage all students to listen to their bodies during any physical activity, and not overextend themselves. If you are beginning a new exercise program, it is always recommended that you first consult your health care professional. Fall Page 11

12 Exercise & Fitness Family & Personal Development Zumba 8 Wks $39 Are you ready to party yourself into shape? Join the exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party that s moving millions of people toward joy and health. You ll learn to dance to exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats while you are getting fit and your energy levels are soaring! No previous experience is necessary and all ages are welcome! Note: Zumba is a fitness, not a dance class! You will be taught to keep moving and modify to your own fitness level! Wear comfortable clothes, athletic shoes and bring a water bottle. Instr: Section 101 Canny; Section 102 Seitz E277101A South Union Elementary Gym Mon Sept 21 6:15-7:15PM E277102A Ruby Van Meter School Gym Wed Sept 23 6:15-7:15PM Zumba Toning 4 or 8 Wks $35/$60* Zumba Toning combines body-sculpting exercises and high-energy cardio work with Latin-infused Zumba moves to create a calorie-torching, strength-training dance fitness-party. Using light hand weights (provided) like maracas to enhance rhythm and tone all the target zones, including arms, abs, glutes and thighs, Zumba Toning is the perfect way to sculpt your body naturally while having a total blast. Wear comfortable clothes, athletic shoes and bring a water bottle. *Fee is $35 for 4 weeks or $60 for 8 weeks. Note: MUST register with Diane only at (Cash or check, no credit cards.) Instr: Diane Stokka E278101A Meredith Middle N Cafeteria Tue, Thu Sept 1 6:30-7:15PM E278102A Meredith Middle N Cafeteria Tue, Thu Oct 27 6:30-7:15PM family & Personal Development Don t Retire: Reimagine Life s Possibilities 1 Day $22 Most baby boomers are not going to retire. But what are we going to do? A new retirement model is emerging: it involves us in managing our lives! This is the time to reinvent, rediscover, reframe, and -- REWIRE. Come learn, sooner rather than later, the options now available. Targeted toward professionals who are used to having their positions consume their time. We will learn from each other while discussing the opportunities that exist as we strive to live a quality life for the rest of our life. Taught by Jann Freed, PhD, Leadership Development and Change Management Consultant, Certified Sage-ing Leader, Registered Corporate Coach. P175101A Roosevelt High-1860 Wed Oct 21 6:30-8:30PM Feng Shui Day $24 Did you know that balance and harmony in your surroundings can increase prosperity, peace and productivity in your life? Learn the basics of Feng Shui, the importance of clearing clutter and setting your intentions, basic information about the energy map (Bagua), and how to balance the yin/ yang forces in your environment. You will learn how to enhance energy and harmony in your life from Susan Radke and JoAnn Charlson, Certified Feng Shui and Akashic Records Practitioners. P250101A Hoover High-1175 Thu Oct 22 6:30-8:30PM Register online at dmced.org Home Coaching to De-Clutter Your Home, Mind and Heart 1 Day $22 We need home to be calm and organized, where we regroup to face a busy and complex world. Is your home helping or adding to the stress? Learn practical techniques for getting your home life better organized, less stressful and more enjoyable. Whether you are new to making a home or approaching a transition in your life, you ll take home proven tools and tactics for making the most of your time, tackling the paper in your life and streamlining your home by eliminating and organizing the physical environment. Taught by an educator and working mother with 30+ years mentoring experience. Instr: Terri Pitcher P138101A Roosevelt High-2880 Mon Oct 12 6:30-8:30PM Retirement Living: Are You Ready? 2 Wks $25 Are you or someone you love thinking about moving into retirement living? This course will guide you on that journey! We will start with a discussion on how to know if the time is right to make a move. We will learn about home care services, resources available in the community, the different types of communities, and levels of service in retirement living. We will also address the myths and misconceptions that often surround aging and answer any other questions you may have. In this expanded class, we will discuss how to pay for care, including veteran s benefits and the elderly waiver, and discuss the importance of wills, trusts and power of attorney. Taught by professionals who advocate for and support seniors and their families; no promotion of specific companies.. Instr: Terri Smith P174101A Callanan Middle Media Center Mon Nov 2 6:30-8:30PM Stop Smoking with Hypnosis 1 Day $60 Walk out a relaxed non-smoker without withdrawal, weight gain, substitutions, or pills. Dr. Ronald Flora, a Des Moines native, has been offering these community education sessions since Hypnosis helps the client develop a proper self-image, bypass willpower, and change behavior in one evening. This is clinical hypnotherapy, not entertainment. For maximum results, it is strongly suggested that students purchase a $15 reinforcement CD, payable to the instructor in class. For additional information please visit P201101A Merrill Middle Library Mon Sept :30PM Those Darn Kids 1 Day $20 Sound familiar? We told him a million times to If she doesn t want to do it, she won t! Kids who don t meet our adult expectations can drive us crazy, and nothing in our bag of tricks seems to work. What are we supposed to do? Perhaps it s time to rethink our approach to challenging kids. When we do, remarkable things can happen. Come discuss a new approach with a professional educator and learn a couple new tools that will make both your child s and your life easier. Instr: Brenton Robins P054101A Roosevelt High 2870 Tue Oct PM PLEASE! Turn off your cell phone in class! Page 12 Fall 2015

13 Family & Personal Development Finance & Investment Understanding Your Dreams 2 Wks $30 Dreams can be interesting, humorous, frightening, mystifying and confounding, until you understand the important messages they provide. Come to learn about the purpose of dreams, the insights they offer, the symbolism they use, and how to employ their messages in your life in positive ways. Taught by Mari Hamersley with the School of Metaphysics. P100101A Roosevelt High 2880 Thu Oct 8 7-9PM Weight Loss with Hypnosis 1 Day $60 This is not a diet, but a change of self-image to achieve your goal weight. You decide how much you want to lose. Achieve and maintain your goal weight without using willpower. Dr. Ronald Flora, a Des Moines native, has been offering these community education sessions since You are given the tools to change self-image to be consistent with your conscious-level goal. Clients will average a loss of 7 pounds a month, and they are able to keep the weight off. This is clinical hypnotherapy, not entertainment. For maximum results, it is strongly suggested that students purchase a $15 reinforcement CD, payable to the instructor in class. For additional information please visit P200101A Merrill Middle Library Mon Sept PM finance & investment Building Your Financial Savvy 1 Day $19 Do you have questions about your credit score or report, or how to use a spending plan? Do you have financial goals or need to develop them? Come partner with a family finance specialist, who will provide the tools to assess your financial situation and individualized information and resources to develop your financial capacity. We ll build on your financial experience and add to your knowledge, skills, and confidence to manage your financial resources more effectively. Taught by Carolyn Steckelberg, ISU Extension and Outreach. F031101A Roosevelt High 1860 Wed Oct 7 6-8PM Estate Planning Where There s a Will, There s a Way 1 Day $15 Even everyday folks need an estate plan. A well-crafted estate plan saves your family undue grief and cost by ensuring your assets are distributed as you wanted. Whether your assets are worth thousands or hundreds of thousands, it s important to protect everything you worked so hard to earn. Learn how to avoid unnecessary expenses and fees, how to reduce or eliminate taxes and how to maximize the transfer of your real estate, investments and personal belongings to your loved ones and/or charitable organizations. Taught by a financial advisor with additional support of an estate attorney and an advanced planning consultant. Instr: Ann Merkley & Michelle Rasmussen F024101A Roosevelt High 1820 Tue Oct 6 6:30-8:30PM Give the gift of Life Long Learning! A Community Education Gift Certificate can be purchased for any class, or in any amount. Call for details! Estate Planning Beyond the Basics 1 Day $15 This course is taught by an attorney and financial advisors who specialize in estate planning. They will discuss advanced strategies to minimize taxes and how to use trusts and other solutions to leverage and grow your assets for your legacy to your heirs and/or charities. This course is best for those who have attended Where There s a Will, There s a Way, Estate Planning 101. Instr: Ann Merkley & Michelle Rasmussen F153101A Roosevelt High-1820 Tue Oct 20 6:30-8:30PM Foundations of Investing 2 Wks $25 Building your investor IQ starts with understanding the basics. Don t let the fear of the unknown prevent you from investing in your future. Getting started can be easier than you think. Whether you are new to investing or need a refresher, Foundations of Investing will help you learn more about the key features of bonds, stocks and mutual funds, the importance of asset allocation, and the impact of inflation on your long-term goals. No promotion of specific products or companies. Instr: Tim Hanstad F040101A Hoover High 1120 Thu Nov 5 6:30-8:30PM Long Term Care: Time to Look Ahead 1 Day $15 Do you need Long Term Care Insurance? Selecting a Long-Term Care insurance policy is complicated because of the number of policies and features. Learn the value of choosing insurance early, and the various options available so you can develop your own long-term care action plan. We ll also discuss benefits of the new State of Iowa Partnership Program. Facilitated by financial planner Ben Warrick CFA. No promotion of specific products or companies. F087101A Merrill Middle 113 Mon Oct 26 6:30-8:30PM Medicare Unscrambled 1 Day $15 Learn about your rights, options and entitlements when it comes to the Medicare program. We ll cover the recurring hospital deductible, the fact that Medicare does not cover Long Term Care and the solutions that are available to you. We ll also review the difference between a Medigap Policy and a Medicare Advantage Plan and explain open enrollment periods. Taught by a licensed professional with no promotion of specific products or services. Handouts and time for questions so you can understand health care coverage in retirement. Instr: John Strawn F155101A Merrill Middle 115 Mon Oct 12 6:30-8:30PM Selling Your Home in Today s Real Estate Market 1 Day $15 Learn what it takes to attract buyers in this historical real estate market! This class will cover creative marketing plans, cost effective improvements & home staging, setting the right price, the art of negotiating and how to use your equity to plan a successful move. An outline of seller responsibilities and costs will be discussed. Taught by a licensed professional. No promotion of specific products or services. Instr: Amy Schafer F073101A Roosevelt High 1820 Tue Oct :30PM Students with special needs: if you need special physical accomodations, please let us know when registering. Thank you. Fall Page 13

14 Finance & Investment Food & Nutrition Social Security 201 for Baby Boomers 1 Day $15 Are you approaching age 62? Regardless of age, are you wondering about Social Security benefits for you or your spouse? Learn why Social Security is not going broke, and why it s not enough for retirement but still an important source of retirement income. Then learn the key factors for choosing your age to start Social Security and recent changes that impact your decision. Planning ahead will allow you to maximize your benefits and minimize your taxes! Taught by licensed professionals, handouts provided and questions answered. Instr: James Weiss & Loren Merkle F150101A Merrill Middle Library Mon Sept :30PM F150102A NW Community Center Wed Nov :30PM Strategizing College Costs 1 Day $22* There are over 4,000 colleges in the US and, despite rising costs, you CAN find some that will be affordable for your family and a good fit for your student! In this updated class we will discuss how to factor the cost of college, potential financial aid, and scholarships into the college search process from the very beginning. Learn how to calculate your Expected Family Contribution, how different colleges distribute financial aid and thus, what each institution might cost you. You ll become equipped to help your student find the right college at the right price. Taught by a college counselor with years of college admission experience. *Fee covers two parents. Instr: Emily Selden F066101A Roosevelt High 1860 Tue Oct 13 6:30-8:30PM Writing Your Retirement Paycheck 1 Day $19 Looking at retirement in 5-10 years? Learn how to plan ahead to figure out when to claim Social Security, and how to protect your savings against inflation. Discuss IRA s, 401K s, 503b s, etc., their Required Minimum Distributions and which savings will be affected when you turn 70 ½. Learn resources available to help you and how to choose a financial consultant. By starting your retirement plans now, you can determine how much money you will need and strategies for structuring retirement income. Instr: Carolyn Steckelberg F089101A Roosevelt High 1860 Wed Nov 4 6-8PM Your First Home: Keys to Home Ownership 1 Day $15 Discover your real estate DNA: desire, need and ability! Take advantage of this historical real estate market and how these low interest rates can affect your payment by learning the tools needed to help you become a savvy consumer. You will learn how to create a home prospecting plan, navigate your way through the purchasing process, and leverage your financing options including a free credit consultation. Taught by licensed professionals. No promotion of specific products or companies. Instr: Nick McCauley & Amy Schafer F090101A Roosevelt High 1820 Tue Sept :30PM Learning is a Lifelong CELEBRATION! food & nutrition Please register by the indicated deadline so instructor can calculate and purchase supplies. Because of the instructor s investment in groceries, requests for cancellation or refunds for Food and Nutrition classes will NOT be accepted less than 48 hours prior to the class start time. All About Meats 1 Day $74 All about meat- from farm to fork. This class will cover all of your common meat-related questions. Where is the loin on a cow? How do you stuff a sausage? What is the proper way to dress and carve poultry? Historically, what methods were available for preserving meat? Answer all of these questions, and more, through hands-on experiences and activities at the 1900 farm at Living History Farms. You will make sausages to take home, so bring a container and dress for being on a farm, as part of this class takes place outside. Registration deadline is September 14. All recipes and cost of materials included in the cost of class. Meet at LHF Conference Center. Instr: Living History Farms N140101A Living History Farms 1900 Farm Sun Sept 20 9AM-12PM Cake Decorating Basics 3 Wks $35 + Learn to make beautifully decorated cakes, instead of buying them for your next special occasion. Using a professional icing recipe, you will first learn how to fill and ice cakes like a pro. Then you will practice popular techniques such as stars, shells, dot borders and simple flowers, along with many other popular designs. Supply list will be sent after registration; expect costs of approx. $ Registration deadline is September 25. Instr: D anne Dzon N029101A Merrill Middle 135 Wed Sept :30PM Cooking & Baking with a Wood-Burning Stove, Basics of 1 Day $64 Do you have a wood-burning stove that you would like to learn how to cook on? Want to try cooking like your great-grandparents? Roll up your sleeves and make beef stew, vegetable side dish, bread, and a cake. Learn the design of the wood stove and how to properly use it. While enjoying your meal, ask last minute questions and collect recipes to take home and try. Bring leftover containers. All cost of materials included in cost of class. Meet at the Visitor s Center. Registration deadline is November 9. Instr: Living History Farms N479101A Living History Farms Tangen House Sun Nov 15 12:30-3:30PM Do you have an interesting skill, craft, or hobby you would like to share with others? Call or visit Share your expertise and experience... Teach! Page 14 Fall 2015

15 Food & Nutrition Cupcakes With Pizazz 2 Wks $27 + Want to duplicate the specialty cupcakes which are so popular? In just two weeks, you will learn many different ways to ice your cupcakes. Then you ll take them to the next level with wow factor decorations, including easy-tolearn flowers! Supply list will be sent after registration, expect costs of approx. $ Registration deadline is October 30. Instr: D anne Dzon N030101A Merrill Middle 135 Wed Nov 4 6-8:30PM Dairy Adventures 1 Day $64 Got Milk... or butter or cream? Explore where your dairy comes from! Meet and milk the 1900 Farm milk cow. Separate cream with a cold water separator. Learn how to churn and wash your own butter, then mix up a fresh batch of butter milk biscuits to taste it on. Make whipped cream without a power mixer, and explore other uses of milk and cream on the farm! Dress for being on the farm, the weather, and for cooking. Part of the class will be outside while you tour the farm. All costs of materials included in the cost of class. Meet at the LHF Conference Center. Registration deadline is September 8. Instr: Living History Farms N465101A Living History Farms 1900 Farm Sun Sept 13 9AM-12PM Harvest Season Cooking & Baking 1 Day $64 Celebrate the fall harvest while making pumpkin and apple-related recipes! Make home-made crust for a pie baked in a 19th century wood stove. Simmer and season homemade apple-sauce. Slow cook spicy pumpkin butter! Sip mulled apple cider and explore other fall taste treats. Enjoy eating the fruits of your labor and take home a booklet of fall-related recipes and facts. Bring containers to take home any left over food. Cost of all materials included in cost of class. Meet at the Conference Center. Registration deadline Sept, 21. Instr: Living History Farms N163101A Living History Farms 1900 Farm Sun Sept 27 9AM-12PM Intermediate Pie Baking - Pecan 1 Day $22 + Make a pecan pie from scratch with a tender, flaky crust and a smooth, nutty filling, while learning about the basic science of pies and pastry. Lots of handouts provided and samples of recipes to taste. This class is recommended for those who have taken the introductory class or are already familiar with making basic fruit pies. Bring a 9-inch pie plate (glass preferred), pie carrier or box, oven mitts, a dish washing cloth and 3 dish towels, and, if desired, an apron and rolling pin. Supply costs of $12 payable to instructor. Registration deadline is November 6. Instr: Gayl Siegel N054101A Hoover High 1195 Thu Nov 12 5:30-9PM Introductory Bread Baking 1 Day $25 + If you have not baked with yeast or been satisfied with past attempts, this is the class for you to build confidence and take the mystery out of bread baking! Small class size allows individual attention while you create a whole grain sandwich loaf to take home. Lots of handouts provided and samples of recipes to taste. Bring 4 qt. mixing bowl, an 8-1/2 x 4-1/2 loaf pan, dish cloth and towel. You may also bring a sack supper/snacks and beverage to enjoy while the bread rises. Supply costs of $15 payable to instructor include instant-read thermometer, and flour sack cotton towel to keep. Registration deadline is October 22. Instr: Siegel N045101A Hoover High 1195 Tue Oct 27 5:30-9:30PM Introductory Pizza Making 1 Day $20 + Why order out when you can make your favorite pizza at home? Find out how fun and easy it is to make delicious home-made pizza and learn about basic yeast dough while making a cheese pizza to take home. Small class size allows individual attention. Lots of handouts provided and samples of recipes to taste. Bring large pizza stone (or pizza pan), oven mitts, dish cloth and towel. Supply costs of $7 payable to instructor. Registration deadline October 14. Instr: Gayl Siegel N060101A Goodrell Middle 1074 Mon Oct 19 5:30-8:30PM 19th Century Bread Baking 1 Day $64 Do you knead a refresher course on making bread from scratch? Would you like to try baking with a wood-burning stove? If so, try your hand at biscuits, yeast bread, and cinnamon rolls. All creations will be prepared and baked in a kitchen complete with a wood-burning stove. All cost of materials included in the cost of class. Be sure to bring a leftover container! Meet at Visitor Center. Registration deadline November 2nd. Instr: Living History Farms N464101A Living History Farms Tangen House Sun Nov 8 12:30-3:30PM Parent/Child Exploration: Woodburning Stove Cooking with Kids 1 Day $64/pair* Explore the Victorian kitchen with your child, while creating a love of cooking! This basic woodstove cooking class is designed to get kids (ages 7-12) and parents/grandparents busy in the kitchen together. You ll learn how to read a recipe, measure and mix ingredients, and roll out dough the old-fashioned away. You will prepare a kid friendly chicken dish, macaroni and cheese, biscuits, and a sweet treat for dessert all from scratch! All cost of materials included in the cost of class, recipes provided and bring containers for leftovers. Meet at Visitor Center. *Fee per pair is for 1 child and 1 adult. Child must be 7-12 and accompanied by adult. Registration deadline is October 7. Instr: Living History Farms N279101A Living History Farms Tangen House Tue Oct 13 3:30-6:30PM Pioneer Hearth Cooking, Basics of 1 Day $84 Ever wonder how new settlers in Iowa cooked without a wood burning stove? Learn the basics of open hearth cooking while exploring how pioneers prepared and cooked their food. Study ingredients available in the 1800s, as well as how to translate early cookbooks. Using these new skills and 1850 era recipes participants will make their own lunch. While your meal is cooking, tour the 1850 Pioneer Farm. Go home with copies of the recipes used, and information on how to care for cast iron cooking utensils. Cost of materials included in cost of class. Dress for being on the farm, the weather, and for cooking. Meet at the Conference Center, Douglas. Registration deadline October 12. Instr: Living History Farms N164101A Living History Farms 1850 Farm Sat Oct 17 9AM-1PM Call Now To Register! Or, use the form on page 27 to mail or fax your registration! Fall Page 15

16 Health & Well-Being Health & Well-Being Bones, Bottoms and Balance 1 Day $20* Are you concerned about avoiding falls, urine leaks, and the effects osteoporosis might have on your posture? Learn about pelvic anatomy and how bladder and pelvic muscle health are related to osteoporosis and balance. You will practice exercises for improving balance, strengthening your back to avoid hump-backed posture and learn how to properly do Kegel (pelvic muscle) exercises. Time for questions and handouts to practice the exercises at home. Taught by Des Moines University s Libby Trausch DPT, a doctor of physical therapy. Bring a mat and $5 for exercise band to take home. E139101A Des Moines University Clinic, 4th Floor Thu Oct 29 6:30-8:30PM Caring for Your Aging Parents 1 Day $20 Are you knee deep in caring for an aging parent? Make your life easier by learning about available services, by discovering what questions to ask and by improving your coping skills. One class will set you on the right path in becoming the best caregiver you can be. Handouts and local resource information provided. Taught by Kay Vanags, Family Caregiver Specialist at Aging Resources of Central Iowa. E225101A Merrill Middle 118 Tue Oct 27 6:30-8:30PM Eating for Positive Health 1 Day $25* Have you attended Are we eating ourselves to death? a class which explores the relationship between current food patterns and noncommunicable disease? This supplemental class is for you! Review and receive updated information about the health promoting diet previously covered. Emphasis will be on demonstrating additional techniques and ingredients that allow anyone to cook tasty and affordable dishes. Time for eating and questions! Individuals without previous class experience are also welcome. Taught by Dr. David Spreadbury, retired Des Moines University nutrition professor and DMU Wellness Director Joy Schiller. Supply fee of $12 is payable to instructors. E049101A Des Moines University Wellness Center Thu Oct 1 5:30-8PM Meditation and Self-Regulation 2 Wks* $40 For this two-part introduction to meditation, sit in a chair or on a meditation floor cushion. Come with an open mind and a desire to learn how to observe and calm the mind and have greater regulation of your emotions and life in general. Suitable for beginners or experienced practitioners, you ll learn how to practice meditation and be exposed to complementary approaches of self-regulation techniques such as temperature biofeedback, progressive relaxation and abdominal breathing. Wear loose comfortable clothing. Receive handouts and temperature device to take home. Taught by David E. Drake, D.O., family psychiatrist and meditation instructor who has practiced breath and posture focused silent meditation for 18 years. *Class will meet on Oct. 22 and Nov. 5, NOT Oct. 29. E189101A Des Moines Valley Friends Meeting House Thu Oct :30PM PLEASE! Turn off your cell phone in class! Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy 1 Day $30 Bioidentical natural hormone replacement is available to women who cannot tolerate or choose not to use conventional, commercially-prepared hormone replacement therapy. Sue Horton, compounding pharmacist, and Carolyn Walker, MSN/Family Nurse Practitioner, will address human physiology, the benefits of over-the-counter and prescribed plant based products, and how to work with your health care professional to determine your hormone levels and specific needs. E158101A Merrill Middle Library Tue Sept 29 6:30-9PM Qigong: Movement and Healing 6 Wks $35 Are you suffering from painful joints? Interested in rediscovering the joy of movement with soft, simple, and gentle exercises? Consider trying Qigong, a healing practice from China. You ll learn very easy to perform movements, breathing techniques, and mindful, meditative intentions which combine to nourish, circulate, and balance the qi/chi in the body. You ll do Qigong in a simple standing posture, or seated, and taught how to modify movements for your needs. Wear comfortable clothing. Taught by Richard Lehman, who has studied and taught healing and martial arts for over twenty years. E034101A Hoover High 1135 Thu Oct 1 6:30-7:30PM Reiki, Level I 3 Wks $90 + Reiki is a form of energy healing, using a simple hands-on healing technique. Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security and well being. Learn and demonstrate Reiki hand positions for healing of self and others. Purchase text Reiki: The Healing Touch, from the instructor for approx. $20 which is used for both Reiki I and II. Taught by Kathleen McLean, a Reiki/Karuna Master with over 20 years experience in the Healing Arts. E025101A Callanan Middle 134 Wed Sept PM Slip, Sliding: Away! 1 Day $20 Have you tripped, fallen, or felt less steady on your feet and assumed it was a part of normal aging? Learn ways you can decrease your risk of falls and the medical and physical risk factors of falling. You will complete a balance screen and receive your individual results. Learn and practice exercises for flexibility, posture, strengthening, and balance. Please wear comfortable clothing and supportive shoes. Handouts of exercises and home safety check provided. Taught by Des Moines University s Michelle Brown and Kathy Mercuris, physical therapists. E147101A Des Moines University Clinic, 4th Floor Wed Oct 7 6-8PM See page 2 for list of Class Center Locations Eddie Parents: Check This Out! Classes with this symbol are youth friendly! Check the class description for minimum ages! Page 16 Fall 2015

17 Home & Garden home & Garden Bonsai 1 Day $19 + Learn about producing and growing bonsai. We will discuss what varieties make great bonsai, different growing techniques to produce different sizes and styles of bonsai, what to look for when choosing a starter plant, and how to care for your bonsai after it has been shaped. You will choose a starter plant and learn, hands on, bonsai shaping, pruning and wiring techniques. Then you will root prune and pot your new bonsai into a new 6 display pot to take home and enjoy. Supply fee of $30 payable to instructor at class. Registration deadline is September 14. Instr: Ryan Bates H018101A Ted Lare Design Building Sat Sept PM Forcing Amaryllis & Blooming Bulbs 1 Day $19 + Bring a little color indoors this winter by creating a potful of blooming bulbs! You ll learn everything you need to know about selecting, planting and caring for bulbs, cold storage, watering and light conditions. Then plant a pot with either one large amaryllis bulb or layers of different bulbs, such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and crocus. Bring your own pot which needs to be a minimum of 6 deep and a minimum of 6 diameter, or purchase one at the store. Material fee of $15 payable to instructor. Registration deadline is November 2. Instr: Derek McKay H033101A Ted Lare Design Building Sat Nov 7 10AM-12PM Growing Orchids on Your Windowsill 1 Day $19 + Learn how easy it is to grow orchids on your windowsill. We will discuss the easiest orchids to grow that are best suited to your conditions, how to avoid common mistakes with growing orchids, keeping plants healthy, and how to get orchids to rebloom. Once the informational session has been completed you will select an orchid and transplant it into a new container to take home with you. $20 supply fee payable to instructor. Registration deadline is September 14. Instr: Ryan Bates H231101A Ted Lare Design Building Sat Sept 19 10AM-12PM Holiday Wreath-Making 1 Day $19 + Create your own holiday wreath to dress up your front door or serve as a festive interior decoration during the upcoming holidays. You will make a wreath from scratch using a variety of fresh evergreen boughs, pinecones, ribbon and other holiday accents. Learn wreath-making techniques while completing your approx. 15 wide creation. $20 supply fee payable to instructor. Registration deadline Nov. 23. Instr: Anita Enos H078101A Ted Lare Design Building Sat Nov PM Home Staging Day $15 The way we live in our homes is different from the way we must market to sell them. Learn the whys and hows of home staging. Then begin to translate that info to your own situation to protect your home s equity, maximize your investment and sell your home faster. Please bring photos of your home for class discussion. Plenty of time for your questions. Taught by a design professional who is an ASP certified home stager. Instr: Jodi Koch Peterman H195101A Merrill Middle 113 Thu Oct PM Terrariums 1 Day $19 + Terrariums are one of the latest and most beautiful trends in gardening. Terrariums involve planting a miniature world inside a glass vessel. Create a unique terrarium using a round globe container. Terrarium-appropriate plants, soil, moss and decorative stones will all be provided to construct a terrarium to take home. You ll learn proper terrarium construction, care and maintenance of your creation for many years of enjoyment. Supply fee is $30, payable to instructor, or $20 if bringng your own container. Registration deadline is Sept. 8. Instr: Melissa Peterson H077101A Ted Lare Design Building Sat Sept 12 10AM-12PM Turkey Flower Centerpiece 1 Day $19 + Get ready for Thanksgiving with this make and take fresh floral centerpiece with Birds of Paradise, autumn mums, and variety of unique greens! Come and create your own Turkey flower centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table or to take to as a hostess gift! New and basic floral designing techniques will be taught. No floral experience is necessary! Must pre-register by November 17, no walk-ins. Supply fee of $20 payable to instructor at class. Bring a sharp pair of pruners. Instr: Danielle Tamasi H030101A Merrill Middle 135 Tue Nov 24 6:30-8:30PM Winter Porch Pot 1 Day $19 + Just because winter has begun to set in, doesn t mean that you can t have a beautiful patio pot to enjoy through the winter months! Make a beautiful pot with evergreen boughs and other holiday accents such as pods, twigs, pine cones, berries and ribbon. We ll provide a 10 plastic pot you can make and pop in to your pots at home or bring your own 10 decorative pot. (You can bring larger pot for higher fee.) Supply fee is $20, payable to instructor. Registration deadline is November 23. Instr: Anita Enos H039101A Ted Lare Design Building Sat Nov 28 10AM-12PM REMEMBER: No Smoking on school grounds! Fall Page 17

18 Journalism & Writing Languages & Cultures JOURNALISM & WRITING Getting Published 1 Day $25 Give your manuscript a better chance of being published. Learn how to format your manuscript for submission to editors and publishers; how to compose a cover letter and synopsis; and how to find places to submit your work. Includes handouts to get you started. Instr: Maggie Rivers J053101A Goodrell Middle Library Thu Sept PM How to Write a Novel 4 Wks $45 If you ve ever wanted to write a novel, this class is for you! This course will teach the basics of story dynamics including where to get story ideas, creating character archetypes, determining the central story question, and how to use a conflict diagram. We ll discuss 12 tricks for untying your plot knots and modern plot diagramming using turning points and scene beats. You ll also learn manuscript preparation and how to submit to agents and editors. Includes lots of handouts and resources. We ll also have writing exercises to get those creative juices flowing. Instr: Author Maggie Rivers J050101A Goodrell Middle Library Thu Oct 1 7-9PM Illustrating Children s Books 4 Wks $55 Learn to illustrate a children s book from a published book illustrator. Students will create a short story and illustrate it. Work will be edited and approved with suggestions on where illustrations would be best, including cover illustration. Examples of book illustrations will be discussed. Students will work in pencil and watercolor. For a list of supplies needed for class call Ages 12 to Adult. Instr: Eugene Hamilton J058101A Roosevelt High 2130 Wed Sept PM Science Fiction Writing 4 Wks $40 Science Fiction Writing is a writing-workshop based course where students develop the critical skills of a science fiction writer. You will build worlds and create complex and engaging characters and plotlines. All writing will be peer-reviewed. The course will also address some avenues for publication that student authors might explore. Ages 15 to Adult. Instr: Jeremiah Schwennen J066101A North High 1422 Thu Sept :30PM languages & Cultures French for Beg. 8 Wks $55 Start learning the modern French language or La langue francaise! Practice beginning skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing French. Learn vocabulary which focuses on everyday life including food, places and people. Before you know it, you ll engage in simple conversations and readings with classmates and the instructor. Bring notebook, pens, and 100 notecards to first class. Instr: Taylor Burkhead L021101A Hoover High 1155 Wed Sept 23 6:30-8PM French, Interm. 6 Wks $55 Continue developing and reinforcing your French skills. Improve your speaking, reading and writing skills as well as comprehension through examining newspaper articles, grammar points, and the many cultural aspects of France and the French. Appropriate for anyone who has completed Beginning, Continuing II or the equivalent of 1 1/2 years of high school French. Instr: Sharyl Smith L024101A Roosevelt High 2060 Mon Sept 21 6:30-8:30PM Italian, Beg. 8 Wks $55 Introduction to the basics of the language and its phonetic system. Specialized vocabularies to meet basic conversational needs at home and abroad. Explanation of grammar and present tense of this highly inflected language. Small materials fee included in cost. Instr: Giovanni Leo L041101A Central Academy 3013 Tue Sept :30PM Italian, Interm. 8 Wks $55 Continued conversational and grammatical studies with new vocabulary and past & future tenses for students who have completed Beginning Italian. Small materials fee included in cost. Instr: Giovanni Leo L042101A Central Academy 3013 Thu Sept :30PM Sign Language, Beg. 6 Wks $55 This course is for beginners and will introduce basic vocabulary, grammar, and conversational phrases in American Sign Language. No books or dictionaries are required. You will be provided with handouts and online resources to assist you in the learning process and enable individual practice. Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Ursula Dierauer L070101A Capitol View Elementary 118 Tue Sept PM Spanish, Beg. 8 Wks $65 + Start your journey to learn Spanish, no experience needed! A variety of class instruction supports you in comprehending common daily usage and understanding basic structural rules. You will read, write and speak Spanish with other students under the guidance of an enthusiastic instructor. $5 book fee to be paid to instructor at first class. Book-compatible CD is also available for purchase from instructor for $5. Instr: 101 Harrington; 102 Foster L081101A Pleasant Hill Public Library Mon Sept PM L084102A Roosevelt High 2070 Thu Sept PM See page 2 for list of Class Center Locations Page 18 Fall 2015

19 Languages & Cultures Music & Theater Arts Spanish, Beg. Cont. I 8 Wks $65 Take step two on your journey to learn Spanish, after our Beginners class or some previous instruction. A variety of class instruction continues your comprehension and conversation skills. You will build vocabulary and expand your verbal skills using the present tense. Class text and materials provided. Instr: Carl McPherson L082101A Roosevelt High 2020 Mon Sept 21 6:30-8:30PM Spanish, Beg. Cont. II 8 Wks $65 Take part three of our Beginners series to learn Spanish, after the Beginners and Cont. I classes, or a year of previous high school instruction. A variety of class instruction helps you grow your comprehension and conversation skills and enlarge your vocabulary. You will expand your verbal skills with an introduction to the past tense. Class text and materials provided. Instr: Elizabeth Daza L087101A Hoover High 1170 Tue Sept 22 6:30-8:30PM Spanish, Interm. I 8 Wks $65 + Bridge into our Intermediate series if you have finished our three classes of Beginning Spanish or approx. a year and a half of previous high school instruction! You will be encouraged and supported in speaking even more Spanish in class. Learn or strengthen your use of stem-changing verbs, the present progressive tense, commands and object pronouns. Purchase textbook at local bookstore: McGraw-Hill s The Ultimate Spanish Review and Practice, 2nd edition before class for $20. This book is also used for other intermediate classes. Instr: Marcia Foster L250101A Roosevelt High 2070 Mon Sept PM Spanish, Advanced: Study of Subjunctive 8 Wks $65 + If you are familiar with most of the tenses in Spanish, have completed our three Intermediate classes or have taken approx. three years of high school Spanish, you are ready for advanced! You will study the subjunctive mood in Spanish and will be speaking Spanish in class. Purchase textbook at local bookstore: McGraw-Hill s The Ultimate Spanish Review and Practice, 2nd. edition before class for $20. This book is also used for intermediate classes. Instr: Marcia Foster L084101A Roosevelt High 2070 Tue Sept PM music & theater arts Banjo, Beg. 5 Wks $50 Fun introduction to playing old-time clawhammer banjo by ear. Play a tune in the first session. Final session overlaps to play with fiddle class. Limited number of banjos available. To reserve a rental banjo or for more information call the instructor at (515) Ages 12 to adult. Instr: Dave Losure M055101A Monroe Elementary Cafeteria Mon Sept 28 6:15-7:45PM Eddie Call Now To Register! Parents: Check This Out! Classes with this symbol are youth friendly! Check the class description for minimum ages! Bass Guitar Basics 6 Wks $50 Class designed for beginning students to learn the basics of the bass guitar for performance, composition, and recording. Students will learn: reading notation, rhythm and scale studies, fret board theory, various playing techniques, instrument care and maintenance. Bring your own bass guitar to class. Ages 10 to Adult. Instr: Evan Hoyt M027101A Hoover High 1182 Mon Sept PM Clowning, Beg. 5 Wks $50 + Enjoy making people laugh and clowning around? Learn the art of clowning in and out of make-up. Hands on lessons will teach you make-up application, balloon sculpting, face painting, and simple magic tricks you will make. Take this class just in time to be ready for the parade and outdoor festival season. The instructor is the owner of Pink Stew Entertainment and a member of Clowns of America International and Korn Patch Klowns. Supply fee of $10 payable to instructor at first class. Ages 14 to Adult. Instr: Christine Carroll M085101A Merrill Middle 223 Mon Sept PM Fiddle, Beg. 5 Wks $50 Learn to play the fiddle! No experience necessary. Taught by Dave Losure, full-time fiddle and banjo instructor and performing artist for over ten years. Bring a playable violin to the first class. Limited number of rental violins available. For further information, to reserve a rental violin, or for inspection or repair of a violin, call the instructor toll free at Ages 12 to Adult. M030101A Monroe Elementary Cafeteria Mon Sept :30PM Guitar, Adv. Beg. 6 Wks $50 You have taken the first step and want to learn more. This class is for you. Learn picking techniques, 2nd chord positions, scales, strumming patterns, guitar care. Lots of fun. Bring your own guitar. Ages 12 to Adult. Instr: Dirk Post M019101A Hoover High 1370 Thu Sept PM Guitar, Beg. 6 Wks $50 Did you get a new guitar and don t know where to start? Have an old guitar that you never learned to play? This class is set in a relaxed and fun group atmosphere. Learn basic chords, strumming, and finger picking patterns. Students must bring a guitar to class. Ages 12 to Adult. Instr: Dirk Post M020101A Hoover High 1370 Tue Sept PM Harmonica Beg. 6 Wks $50 + Learn how to choose, care for, and play harmonica. Learn scales, chords/ harmony/rhythm, octaves, and many genres of music. Learn a variety of techniques so you can play solo or accompany others. Bring a working 10 hole diatonic harmonica in the key of C or purchase one in class for $5. Pay $20 for an instructional CD and materials to instructor at first class. Ages 12 to Adult. Instr: Chris Harter M025101A Roosevelt High 2830 Tue Sept PM Fall Page 19

20 Music & Theater Arts Photography & Video Sewing & Needle Arts Instant Guitar 1 Day $35 + Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar, but can t find the time? In just a few hours you can learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Bring your acoustic guitar. Material fee of $15 for book to be paid to instructor at the class. Ages 13 to Adult. Instr: Phil Buntenbach M026101A Hoover High 1182 Thu Oct :30PM M026102A Hoover High 1182 Thu Nov :30PM M026103A Hoover High 1182 Thu Dec :30PM Introduction to Bodhran (Irish Drum) 4 Wks $40 + Have fun playing along with Celtic music with a hand held Irish Drum called a Bodhran (Baw-Run).Course teaches basic technique and simple rhythm patterns for jigs, reels, and hornpipes. Students will learn Kerry Style with double end tipper. Students without a Bodhran and tipper may purchase practice surface and tipper for $5 from instructor at first class (not required if you already have proper equipment). Ages 12 to Adult. Instr: Stuart Walker M045101A Hoover High 1182 Tue Sept 22 6:30-7:30PM Bodhran (Irish Drum) The Next Step 4 Wks $40 This class will explore more rhythms each week in a structured setting. Most of the class time will be playing Bodhran drums to music to get a hands on experience. Students will improve their skills on Irish jigs and reels plus develop confidence for playing an assortment of other types of music. Students must have own drum and tipper. PRE-REQUISITE: completion of Introduction to Bodhran or instructor approval. Ages 12 to Adult. Instr: Stuart Walker M046101A Hoover High 1182 Tue Sept 22 7:40-8:40PM Piano Keyboarding, Beg. 6 Wks $48 + Learn the piano in just a few short weeks. This class is designed for beginning students with no previous experience, minimal experience, or those wanting to get back into playing after a long time. Students will learn music notation, playing techniques, simple songs, and more! *CLASS WILL BE TAUGHT ON PIANO PRINTOUT OF KEYS AND REGULAR PIANOS/ KEYBOARDS. Supply fee of $15 paid to instructor at first class. Ages 15 to Adult. Instr: Jessica Dietz M150101A Merrill Middle 133 Mon Sept PM Piano Keyboarding, Interm. 6 Wks $48 This class is designed as a continuation of the Beginning Keyboarding course. Students will continue to learn basic music theory, playing techniques, and music notation. Learn several new music pieces to continue to build a repertoire of literature. For those that have taken the Beginning Keyboarding class please bring book and keyboard printout to class. New students must have basic piano playing experience. Ages 15 to Adult. Instr: Jessica Dietz M151101A Merrill Middle 133 Mon Sept PM Call Now To Register! Or, use the form on page 27 to mail or fax your registration! The Ancient Art of Storytelling 4 Wks $50 Learn how storytelling shaped our view of history and affected ancient and modern communities. Adapt and tell myths, folktales, tall tales, and create and present parallel and personal tales. Learn how to use your voice and body to be more expressive. Work with props, puppets, and music. Whether you want to present professionally or just be a better storyteller for your kids or grandkids, this is the class for you. Taught by Maureen Korte, nationally renowned storyteller. Ages 15 to Adult. Instr: Maureen Korte M077101A Hoover High 1320 Tue Oct PM photography & video Photography: Basic Digital SLR 4 Wks $40 Learn your camera controls. Learn the basics about aperture, ISO, action photography, depth of field, lighting, metering, composition, night photography, and more. This is a class for digital SLR cameras. Ages 15 to Adult. Instr: Gilbert Lea V129101A Roosevelt High 1870 Thu Sept PM V129102A Roosevelt High 1870 Thu Oct PM SEWING & NEEDLE arts Beginner s Quilting: Start Your New Hobby 7 Wks $55 + Learn the basics of quilt making from start to finish using modern techniques, rotary cutter and mat. Basic sewing experience and access to home machine are required. You ll receive a pattern for a simple project to learn each step, then begin to make a small quilt with confidence and knowledge to complete. $5 class fee payable to instructor. Must provide own sewing machine, supplies, tools and fabric. List will be sent after registration and further explained at first class. If you can sew, you can start a new, creative hobby! Ages Adult, and 12+ with registered adult. Instr: Janet Heddinger W023101A Meredith Middle 5500 Wed Sept PM Crocheting, Beg. 8 Wks $45 + Learn single, double, half-double, treble, and more. Class for the real beginner. More experienced crocheters will work with instructor on individualized basis. Bring G, H or I hook and a skein of pale yarn. Materials extra. Instr: Rhonda E. Anderson W010101A Roosevelt High 1850 Mon Sept 21 6:30-8:30PM W010102A Pleasant Hill Public Library Wed Sept PM Crocheting, Interm. Beg. 4 Wks $28 + Class for students who have taken the beginning crocheting class and want to keep progressing. You will review what you ve learned, cover new stitches and sharpen your skills. Then work on your project/s with instructor giving individualized support. Materials extra. Instr: Rhonda E. Anderson W011101A Roosevelt High 1850 Thu Oct 7 6:30-8:30PM Page 20 Fall 2015

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