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* Community Education classes are self-supporting so fee waivers do not apply to any of the courses in this section of the schedule. All costs associated with these classes must be covered by the tuition gathered through registration.

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Art

CLAY WORKSHOP (Mount Vernon Campus)
All levels of interest and abilities are welcomed to work on self-guided projects in an open studio setting. Hand-building areas as well as pottery wheels are available for use. Some instruction in glazing will be offered. We use CKK6--a white firing stoneware body. We bisque work to ^04 and glaze fire in electric kilns to ^6. Instruction at all levels to maximize learning opportunities. Materials included, and most tools available. Bring an apron, and for wheel work a towel.

6028   CART 020   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 7/8 to 8/26   H119   Steveni   $199.00  Seats Avail: 4 of 15


COLOR PENCIL MAGIC (Whidbey Campus)
Learn the basics of working with Prismacolor pencils. In-class practice, exercises and demonstrations will focus on basic use knowledge and techniques related to these vibrant wax based pencils. Join whether you are a beginner or more experienced. Individual attention will be given to develop your skills. Students will need to provide their own Prismacolor pencils. Contact Sharon.Hall@skagit.edu for additional supplies needed. Minimum class size is 6, maximum is 20.

7000   CART 060   AG   5:00PM-7:00PM   T 7/7 to 7/14   C001   Hall S   $45.00  Seats Avail: 13 of 20


Linoleum Block Printing (Whidbey Campus)
Learn to carve and print your own linoleum block. Create an art image or a design for personalized cards. Studio time will focus on design, carving,demonstrations, experimentation with color application and hand and press printing techniques. Individual guidance will be given in each of these areas. Students will need to provide their own carving tools and linoleum blocks. Contact Sharon.Hall@skagit.edu for additional information. Minimum class size is 6, maximum is 20.

7001   CART 061   AG   5:00PM-7:00PM   T 7/21 to 8/4   C001   Hall S   $65.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20

Continuing Professional Education

Flagging and Traffic Control (Mount Vernon Campus)
Upon successful completion, students receive a Washington State Traffic Control Flagger card approved by the State of Washington and valid for three years. Must be 18 years of age or older to receive card.

6213   CPROF 034   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 7/21 to 7/23   T031   Prindle   $54.00  Seats Avail: 8 of 30

6214   CPROF 034   BG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 8/18 to 8/20   T031   Prindle   $54.00  Seats Avail: 16 of 30


Voice-Overs: Now is Your Time (Mount Vernon Campus)
YOU'VE HEARD LISA FOSTER ON TV AND RADIO COMMERCIALS! Now hear Lisa LIVE as she illustrates how YOU could actually begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, and videos! Most people go about it the wrong way. Lisa will show you a unique, outside-of-the-box way to cash in on one of the most lucrative full or part-time careers out there! This is a business that you can handle on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with practically no overhead! And NOW is the best time to make this happen as new companies are looking for new voices like never before. This exciting and fun class could be the game changer you've been looking for! Lisa Foster's voice can be heard on commercials and narrations for such clients as: Crest Toothpaste, Olay, Cafe Appassionato, LA Weight Loss, Advanced Laser Clinics and Sleep Train.

6224   CPROF 053   AG   6:30PM-8:30PM   Th 8/6   H112   Foster   $40.00  Seats Avail: 17 of 24

Early Childhood Education

Homeschool Parent Qualification (Whidbey Campus)
This course meets the Washington State legal requirements as a "Qualifying Course" for parents who choose to provide home-based instruction for their children. It also provides basic information for those who already qualify to homeschool or who are deciding whether the homeschool educational option fits their needs. The course content will include presentation of legal requirements and "how-to" information concerning homeschooling and develop practical skills for application in your homeschool. All class sessions are required to receive the Certificate of Completion. For information about the class content or requirements contact the instructor at (206)365-5313.

6053   CECE 011   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   F 8/14 to 8/15   B201   Rosenzweig   $95.00  Seats Avail: 7 of 15
Also meets: Sa 9:00AM-5:00PM B201 in Whidbey Old Main


Homeschool: Intro to Homeschooling In Washington (Whidbey Campus)
This course provides basic information about homeschooling in Washington State, including the historical background of this educational option, as well as the current legal requirements for parents who choose to provide home-based instruction for their children. Opportunity for Q&A allows individual concerns to be addressed, like special needs students or homeschooling families moving to Washington from other states. Mount Vernon Campus.

6052   CECE 010   AG   6:00PM-8:30PM   F 8/14   B201   Rosenzweig   $55.00  Seats Avail: 7 of 15

Earth Science (astr/easc/geol/ocea)

SOLAR POTENTIAL: SOLAR WORKSHOP/SHW CERTIFICATION (Mount Vernon Campus)
Calculating Solar Potential, a workshop, lecture and hands-on session covering an overview of system types, theory, selection and design of passive solar, solar for hot water, electricity, and pumping water. The first half of this course will detail the basic principles of solar charts and calculations, the second installing a solar water heating system.

6236   CSCI 012   AG   8:30AM-4:30PM   Sa 7/11   A125   Gossen   $79.00  CLASS CLOSED
Also meets: A125 in Angst Hall Patterson

Kids' College

Intro to Game Making (Mount Vernon Campus)
Do you want to learn how to create and design your own computer game? Come join us for a fun-filled week learning how to make games using a drag and drop game-making software program. During this week-long class, you’ll learn to create games like Space Invaders, Mario land, car racing, and Zelda. No special knowledge required. Grades 3, 4 and 5

6334   KIDS 024   AG   9:00AM-12:00PM   DAILY 7/13 to 7/17   S161   Hunter E   $99.00  Seats Avail: 7 of 18


Intro to Game Making (Mount Vernon Campus)
Do you want to learn how to create and design your own computer game? Come join us for a fun-filled week learning how to make games using a drag and drop game-making software program. During this week-long class, you’ll learn to create games like Space Invaders, Mario land, car racing, and Zelda. No special knowledge required. Grades 6, 7, 8 and 9

6336   KIDS 025   AG   1:00PM-4:00PM   DAILY 7/13 to 7/17   S161   Hunter E   $99.00  Seats Avail: 0 of 18


SKETCHING & CARTOONING GRADES 4-6 (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn basic skills to start drawing cartoon-like faces. This is a perfect start for a young person who would like pointers to get them started. In addition, the instructor will reveal a closely guarded secret to drawing that will help turn normal kids into master artists! Bring a lunch. Materials fee $5 payable to instructor. GRADES 4, 5, 6.

6319   KIDS 014   AG   9:00AM-3:00PM   W 7/8   H112   Tucker   $95.00  Seats Avail: 21 of 24


SKETCHING & CARTOONING GRADES 7-9 (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn basic skills to start drawing cartoon-like faces. This is a perfect start for a young person who would like pointers to get them started. In addition, the instructor will reveal a closely guarded secret to drawing that will help turn normal kids into master artists! Bring a lunch. Materials fee $5 payable to instructor. GRADES 7, 8, 9

6321   KIDS 015   AG   9:00AM-3:00PM   W 7/22   H112   Tucker   $95.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24

Music

MUSIC COMPOSITION/TECHNOLOGY: IDEA TO MASTER (Mount Vernon Campus)
This class is open to all ages seeking experience in composing music for film and TV or just writing a song. This is a pathway to breaking down the creative steps and technology operated to create a master recording for a song, score, game and Internet.

6116   CMUSC 012   AG   6:00PM-8:30PM   T 7/14 to 8/18   H112   Smith M   $225.00  CLASS CLOSED

Pets

PETSAVER CPR AND FIRST AID FOR PETS (Mount Vernon Campus)
This eight-hour class is designed for anyone who works with or lives with dogs and cats. Become your client or pet’s First Responder by learning life-saving skills including First Aid for common injuries, and illnesses, 3 types of CPR, basic wellness care, dental care, senior and end-of-life care and much more. Hands on and lecture. Cost includes a 42 page PetSaver© book and a PetSaver© certificate of training good for two years. Instructor has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician for 25+ years.

6015   CPET 001   AG   9:00AM-5:00PM   Sa 8/1   T045   Russell   $125.00  CLASS CLOSED

Physical Education

ICHING: A PATTERN LANGUAGE IN YOGA AND QIGONG (Mount Vernon Campus)
The ICHING, an ancient oracle based on 64 archetypes of nature is but a reflection of the nature withIN and withOUT of us. The flow of yin and yang as set within the trigrams can be orchestrated in healing movement such as in Qigong and Yoga. Based upon the 12 meridians, Dr. Gossen will give examples of the 5Element understanding of the style of Qigong (MogaDao) and Yoga (Forrest) that she teaches. Focusing on the Summer and Heart Median for this class. First hour is the scholar work, second is a full practice of Qigon (ZangFu 10 forms of Morning Medical) and the last hour is Forrest Yoga with the integrated forms from our study. All welcome. No experience necessary.

6133   CPE 019   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   F 7/10   F119   Gossen   $45.00  CLASS CLOSED


INTRODUCTION TO BALLROOM DANCE (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn confidence and grace on the dance floor while you learn the basics to many of the popular Ballroom dances: Cha Cha Cha, Swing, Rumba, Salsa, Foxtrot and more during this 8 week series.

6135   CPE 026   AG   6:00PM-7:00PM   W 7/8 to 8/26   F120   Rueb   $95.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 24


SENIOR FITNESS-INDEPENDENT WORKOUT (Mount Vernon Campus)
Independent workout for the senior population. Initial orientation to fitness center with "check-in" throughout the quarter.

6140   CPE 040   AG   N/A-N/A   7/7 to 8/28   FCTR   Deschenes   $35.00  Seats Avail: 13 of 35

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Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology (San Juan Center)
Study the origin and development of various forms of culture found among tribal and early agricultural peoples with Archaeologist Candace Gossen. Course work will include the development of language, the meeting of basic needs such as food and shelter, the family, magic and religion, and leisure activities (including artistic, musical, literary, and other forms of expression).Joining this class will be a good way spend the indoor winter months!!

5705   CANTH 014   AP   9:45AM-11:45AM   F 9/25 to 11/13   RM C   Gossen   $97.00  CLASS CLOSED

Art

Addition Through Subtraction: An Introduction to Experimental Techniques in Drawing (Whidbey Campus)
Learn how to create dimension and texture in your drawings. This collaborative hands-on workshop will introduce experimental techniques that involve removing material from different surfaces through erasure, rubbing out, scratching, and wiping. Materials to be discussed will be charcoal, graphite, and oil pastel. Methods employed will revolve around reductive drawing and the creation of monotypes. During the course, participants will make several small works on paper that combine processes and media into visually compelling works of art! Please contact sharon.hall@skagit.edu for the required materials/supplies list. Bring a bag lunch.

7333   CART 065   AGW   12:00PM-5:00PM   Sa 11/7   C001   Hand   $47.00  Seats Avail: 12 of 12


CLAY WORKSHOP (Mount Vernon Campus)
All levels of interest and abilities are welcomed to work on self-guided projects in an open studio setting. Hand-building areas as well as pottery wheels are available for use. Some instruction in glazing will be offered. We use CKK6--a white firing stoneware body. We bisque work to ^04 and glaze fire in electric kilns to ^6. Instruction at all levels to maximize learning opportunities. Materials included, and most tools available. Bring an apron, and for wheel work a towel.

6027   CART 020   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 9/30 to 12/9   H119   Steveni   $199.00  Seats Avail: 3 of 20


Encaustic Painting and Collage (Whidbey Campus)
No painting or drawing experience needed! Create beautiful and personal artwork using hot beeswax as the medium. Incorporate special items such as beads, fabric, papers, leaves, drawings, and other treasures into the wax surface. We'll learn basic history and safety, then explore layering, fusing, collage and collage. Special focus will be placed on creating smooth and textured surfaces, as well as additive and subtractive techniques and abstract composition. Encaustic is one of the oldest forms of painting, with paint made from pure pigment mixed with beeswax and resin. It's a very forgiving medium so exploration is encouraged. Please contact sharon.hall@skagit.edu for the required materials/supplies list. Bring a bag lunch.

7331   CART 064   AGW   12:00PM-5:00PM   Sa 10/17   C001   Tinuviel   $47.00  Seats Avail: 12 of 12


Introduction to Glass Mosaics (Hot & Cold) (Mount Vernon Campus)
This 6-week class is geared toward beginners who want to learn about basic techniques, tools and materials involved in creating mosaic art. Includes cutting, proper adhesives, substrates, design/layout and grouting. Students will be introduced to glass fusing (warm glass or kiln glass) to create components for their in-class mosaic projects. Each student will complete two projects, exploring traditional and contemporary techniques. All materials, supplies and use of tools provided. Come experience the endless possibilities of this beautiful art form! Class limited to ten--sign up early. A $40 material fee is paid to the instructor at first class.

6044   CART 036   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   T 9/29 to 11/3   T045   Mitchell   $165.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 24


Learn The Art Of Jewelry Design (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn the basics of jewelry design. You will make and take a bracelet and a pair of earrings. Learn to work with beads, jewelry tools, crimping, and wire. Beads will be provided but you can also bring your own beads. Required supply fee $10 to instructor, includes jewelry findings and tools for in-class use.

6051   CART 043   AG   8:30AM-12:30PM   Sa 11/14   T045   Guay   $39.00  CLASS CLOSED


Native American Flute (Mount Vernon Campus)
Come make your very own Native American style flute using a pre-tuned, pre-bored kit that will not require the use of saws or drills but just a simple hand tool and sandpaper which are provided. History behind the people who make the kits and documentary of the Native American flute and its traditional uses. You will also be inspired to add your own design through carving, wood burning, or painting and personalizing your Native flute. You will learn to play the flute even though you may not have played an instrument before. Being able to read music is not required--your instructor does not read music and explains the traditional method of play from the heart. Flute kit included.

6049   CART 042   AG   5:00PM-7:00PM   W 10/7 to 12/9   H112   Ali   $139.00  CLASS CLOSED


Nature Photography Workshop: A Minimalist's Approach (Whidbey Campus)
Learn and practice a minimalist approach to nature photography that emphasizes technique over technology. Discussion interspersed with neighborhood photo shoots will exercise photographic skills that can apply in natural settings, even if the subject isn’t nature. Beginning and Intermediate photographers. Equipment Needed: Digital SLR Camera. Bring a bag lunch.

7327   CART 062   AGW   12:00PM-5:00PM   SaSu 9/26 to 9/27   C001   Trimbath   $94.00  Seats Avail: 12 of 12


Sketching & Cartooning (Mount Vernon Campus)
Explore basic principles of sketching and cartooning, with emphasis on drawing cartoon faces of real people. Practice some realistic drawing using the same techniques used by Police Sketch artists. Instructor Lin Tucker is a lifelong doodler, sketcher and police artist. Materials fee $10 paid to instructor first class.

6040   CART 033   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   Th 10/1 to 11/5   N123   Tucker   $95.00  Seats Avail: 6 of 15


Social Media for Artists: Getting Started (Whidbey Campus)
Social Media is not a panacea. However, it is useful, especially, to artists. Learn about how, why, and when to use and not use social media to spread your message. Everyone’s answers are different, and there are enough options for everyone – almost. Social media is powerful, but it doesn’t have to be intimidating. Let’s remove a bit of the mystery.

7329   CART 063   AGW   5:30PM-8:30PM   T 10/13   C001   Trimbath   $28.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


Stained Glass Art (Mount Vernon Campus)
Discover the time-honored craft of stained glass. You will explore the process of creating a stained glass panel. Students will progress at their own pace and develop projects appropriate to their skill level--from light-catchers to lampshades. Topics to be covered include design and color as well as technical issues such as cutting, foiling and leading. Safety issues will be addressed in depth. All levels welcome. Basic materials are supplied (some glass, foil, lead and solder). A $50 material fee is paid to the instructor at first class.

6024   CART 014   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 9/30 to 11/4   T045   Mitchell   $165.00  Seats Avail: 14 of 18


Watercolor Painting (Mount Vernon Campus)
In-class painting, exercises, demonstrations and individual attention to increase your skills, whether you are a beginner or more experienced. Learn about washes, glazing, color mixing, dry and wet techniques, brushes, and different brush strokes.

6022   CART 011   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 9/30 to 11/18   H208   Cooper   $159.00  Seats Avail: 5 of 16

Business Management

Facebook 201--Content for your Business Page (Mount Vernon Campus)
You have your Facebook Business page up, but have NO idea of what to put on it! This class will provide you a list of possible posting topics, as well as give you the top five ways of increasing the number of “LIKES” (which generates customer leads!)

6078   CBMT 044   AG   6:30PM-8:00PM   W 10/7   N121   Shotton   $49.00  CLASS CLOSED


How to Start with Social Media for Business (Mount Vernon Campus)
Have you been avoiding social media marketing for your business? In this introduction to social media, we'll talk about the top 10 most important social media platforms for your business. You'll learn WHAT it is, WHY it's worth your time and money, and WHICH ones are the best fit for your company.

6073   CBMT 016   AG   6:30PM-8:00PM   W 11/4   A125   Shotton   $45.00  Seats Avail: 26 of 30


Pinterest for Your Business (Mount Vernon Campus)
If you have a product based business that is eye catching- THIS is the class for you! Pinterest is also valuable for service based businesses too, and is the fastest growing referral site online! We’ll walk you step by step to set up your Pinterest Business account, create “Boards” and “Pins” that will lead customers back to your website. Learn how to manage your account in as little as one hour a week.

6071   CBMT 015   AG   6:30PM-8:00PM   W 10/21   A125   Shotton   $45.00  CLASS CLOSED


BASIC BUSINESS EDUCATION COURSE (Mount Vernon Campus)
Have you ever thought of having your own business? Are you interested in learning more about how businesses work? Do you have an idea to start a business but do not know how to make it a reality? If at least one of your answers is yes, look no further! This course is offered for people who want a basic understanding of business. You will be able to understand how the business world works in a simple and fun way. The class will be offered in Spanish by a bilingual professional. For more information call 360-416-7600 extension #8.

6062   CBUS 016   AG   7:00PM-8:30PM   T 9/22 to 12/1   L224   Perez   $50.00  Seats Avail: 8 of 24


Curso De Educacion Basica Sobre Negocios (Mount Vernon Campus)
Alguna vez ha pensado en tener su propio negocio? Esta interesado en aprender mas acerca de como funcionan los negocios? Tiene usted una idea para emprender un negocio, pero no sabe como convertirla en realidad? Si al menos una de sus respuestas es si, No busques mas! Este curso es ofrecido para personas que quieran tener un mejor entendimiento basico sobre negocios. Usted podra entender como funciona el mundo de los negocios de una manera sencilla y divertida. La clase sera ofrecida en Espanol por un profesional bilingue. Para mas informacion llame al telefono 360-416-7600 extension #8.

6063   CBUS 017   AG   7:00PM-8:30PM   T 9/22 to 12/1   L224   Perez   $50.00  Seats Avail: 8 of 24


CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR EVERYONE (Mount Vernon Campus)
Customer service is an all-encompassing term embracing any human interactions related to work. Greeting customers and assisting them is very important: Word of mouth about a business sets its flow of new customers! Customer service principles are applied with co-workers, employees, management, and on an interdepartmental basis. Any business, to thrive, must master each and every level of customer service.

6060   CBUS 015   AG   5:30PM-8:30PM   W 10/7 to 11/18   N123   Porter   $154.00  CLASS CLOSED

Continuing Professional Education

ALPINE CLIMBING (Mount Vernon Campus)
Extensive photography, climber videos, climbing equipment and textbook is all presented by a world-class mountain climber of 30+ years who has climbed Denali in Alaska and some additional 100 peaks. Learn about gear selection, routes, reading topographic maps, choosing your destination, knowing risks, accessing weather, and being prepared for everything you encounter in the Alpine environment. Learn your limits and how to achieve your goals; be prepared for a great adventure one step at a time! Textbook required: Freedom of the Hills by The Mountaineers. Available at REI.

6248   CPROF 080   AG   6:00PM-8:30PM   Th 10/1 to 11/12   H112   Smith M   $125.00  CLASS CLOSED


FIND LOVE/CREATE IDEAL LIFE/UNDERSTAND HOME (Mount Vernon Campus)
Are you still looking for your ideal partner, without much success? Find out why he/she hasn't yet arrived, and what you can do to enhance that possibility. Learn how to use your outer world to help you create the life you've always envisioned for yourself. And learn a fun approach to discovering what your home and the belongings you keep (or hoard!) reveal about your inner life.

6244   CPROF 077   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   T 10/13 to 10/27   N120   Morgan   $99.00  CLASS CLOSED


Flagging and Traffic Control (Mount Vernon Campus)
Upon successful completion, students receive a Washington State Traffic Control Flagger card approved by the State of Washington and valid for three years. Must be 18 years of age or older to receive card.

6223   CPROF 034   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 10/13 to 10/15   T041   Prindle   $64.00  Seats Avail: 17 of 35

6224   CPROF 034   BG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 11/17 to 11/19   T041   Prindle   $64.00  Seats Avail: 23 of 35

6225   CPROF 034   CG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 12/1 to 12/3   T041   Prindle   $64.00  CLASS CLOSED


INTERPRET DREAMS/CHANGE HABITS/SELF-AWARENESS (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn an innovative way to interpret your night-time dreams (and nightmares!) to find out what they are trying to tell you. Learn a simple approach to changing your habits by rewarding yourself. And find out what your shadow-self has to say about who you are!

6245   CPROF 078   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   T 11/3 to 11/17   N120   Morgan   $99.00  CLASS CLOSED


LIFE COACHING/DECISION MAKING/FREEDOM (Mount Vernon Campus)
Find out how Life Coaching can improve your life using easy-to-use tools that guide you toward a life you always envisioned. Learn how to make big and small decisions about your day and your life based on your heart (love) not your head (logic), by following subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle!) clues from your body. Learn to prioritize your desires so you can take small steps toward your dreams-in work, play, and relationships.

6243   CPROF 076   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   T 9/22 to 10/6   N120   Morgan   $99.00  CLASS CLOSED


NATURE QUEST/BODY ALLY/DREAM POWER (Mount Vernon Campus)
Do you have trouble making decisions? Troubled by heavy issues? hang out in nature and see what answers present themselves. Your aches and pains have valuable information to share with you. Learn to dream and scheme your way to a blissful life!

6246   CPROF 079   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   T 11/24 to 12/8   N120   Morgan   $99.00  CLASS CLOSED


TINY HOUSE DESIGN/BUILD (Mount Vernon Campus)
There is a resounding trend in house building and design occurring that declares that “smaller is better, more manageable, more environmentally friendly and less of a personal financial burden .” For the young who may be accustomed to retreating into a space the size of a private bedroom or student apartment, and for the senior who is looking to shed a lifetime of collected baggage, “tiny houses” have an appeal that begs for consideration. This seminar is a comprehensive discussion of the what and how of tiny houses. Whether the structure be built on wheels, skids or on a conventional foundation, keen planning is required to be a success. Some sample structural and floor plans will be available for illustration. This is a time for practical application combined with ingenuity and imagination. Applicable building codes if any and other legal aspects will be discussed.

6219   CPROF 020   AG   9:00AM-4:30PM   Sa 10/10   N120   Russell   $95.00  CLASS CLOSED


Voice-Overs: Now is Your Time (Mount Vernon Campus)
YOU'VE HEARD LISA FOSTER ON TV AND RADIO COMMERCIALS! Now hear Lisa LIVE as she illustrates how YOU could actually begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, and videos! Most people go about it the wrong way. Lisa will show you a unique, outside-of-the-box way to cash in on one of the most lucrative full or part-time careers out there! This is a business that you can handle on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with practically no overhead! And NOW is the best time to make this happen as new companies are looking for new voices like never before. This exciting and fun class could be the game changer you've been looking for! Lisa Foster's voice can be heard on commercials and narrations for such clients as: Crest Toothpaste, Olay, Cafe Appassionato, LA Weight Loss, Advanced Laser Clinics and Sleep Train.

6236   CPROF 053   AG   9:30AM-11:30AM   Sa 11/21   H024   Foster   $45.00  Seats Avail: 14 of 24

Early Childhood Education

Homeschool Parent Qualification (Mount Vernon Campus)
This course meets the Washington State legal requirements as a "Qualifying Course" for parents who choose to provide home-based instruction for their children. It also provides basic information for those who already qualify to homeschool or who are deciding whether the homeschool educational option fits their needs. The course content will include presentation of legal requirements and "how-to" information concerning homeschooling and develop practical skills for application in your homeschool. All class sessions are required to receive the Certificate of Completion. For information about the class content or requirements contact the instructor at (206)365-5313.

6087   CECE 011   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   F 10/2 to 10/3   A125   Rosenzweig   $95.00  Seats Avail: 4 of 10
Also meets: Sa 9:00AM-5:00PM A125 in Angst Hall


Homeschool: Intro to Homeschooling In Washington (Mount Vernon Campus)
This course provides basic information about homeschooling in Washington State, including the historical background of this educational option, as well as the current legal requirements for parents who choose to provide home-based instruction for their children. Opportunity for Q&A allows individual concerns to be addressed, like special needs students or homeschooling families moving to Washington from other states. Mount Vernon Campus.

6085   CECE 010   AG   6:00PM-8:30PM   F 10/2   A125   Rosenzweig   $55.00  CLASS CLOSED

Earth Science (astr/easc/geol/ocea)

Part One: Passive Solar Design (San Juan Center)
Description Part One: Passive Solar Design including the principles of thermal mass; how to collect and store heat in various materials like water, rock, earth. Learn to read sun charts, calculate solar potential for use as photovoltaic and thermal systems. Greenhouse as a part of your design to provide space heat, cooling moderation, and to grow food and heat water. Learn about designing air core floors, natural convection and the venturi effect and the integration of solar cooking.

5831   CSCI 014   AP   9:00AM-5:00PM   Sa 10/24   RM C   Gossen   $69.00  Seats Avail: 8 of 15


Part Two: Rainwater Collection (San Juan Center)
Rainwater collection, self-watering gardens, eco-roofs and living machines. Water can be collected from any surface, learn how to build efficient DIY systems to grow food, store in heat ponds, for solar thermal under pond systems, aquaponics as a component of greywater, and blackwater to composting.

5838   CSCI 015   AP   9:00AM-5:00PM   Sa 12/5   RM C   Gossen   $69.00  Seats Avail: 8 of 15

English And Literature

BASIC COMPOSITION (San Juan Center)
The description is not available, please check back later.

5737   CENGL 021   AP   8:45AM-11:00AM   TTh   RM C   Brennock   $90.00  Seats Avail: 13 of 24


Writing for Children: Polishing for a Successful Submission (Mount Vernon Campus)
Do you have a rough draft of a children's article or story? Improve and revise your manuscript for submission by learning self-editing tips, the correct format, structural elements, and important first page essentials. Learn how to research and choose the right magazine or book publisher for your particular work, create an effective cover, proposal, or query letter and what to include, and keep track of your submissions.

6096   CENGL 056   AG   6:30PM-8:00PM   Th 10/8 to 10/15   N121   Harris   $49.00  Seats Avail: 16 of 25

History

American Government (San Juan Center)
Study with Ralph Hahn of the structure of power in the United States and the functions, sources, and uses of power in American Politics. Also emphasizes mechanisms and outcomes of the policy making process in a pluralistic society.

5752   CHIST 014   AP   11:30AM-1:45PM   TTh   RM C   Hahn R   $90.00  Seats Avail: 23 of 24

Home Brew

HOME BREWING: INTRODUCTION (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn the fundamentals of brewing your own beer at home. This class begins with two classroom sessions of 2 hours each and provides a comprehensive course handout that will help you start your own home brewing hobby. (Or obsession as some spouses call it!) This beginning class will show you all the skills and techniques you need to brew malt extract based beers for yourself. following the classroom sessions you'll spend a day brewing a batch of your own with the instructor and your fellow students. The brewing session will be held at the local home brew shop where large brew pots, burners and propane will be provided. The lab fee for the course provides you with a take home kit of all the basic tools you'll need to get your first batch "under your belt" including the ingredients for that first brew. You will leave the brew session with your own fermentor full of five gallons of wort (unfermented beer) as well as complete instructions and equipment for fermenting, testing and bottling your beer when it is done.

6055   CBREW 011   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   TTh 10/20 to 10/24   T031   Rock   $245.00  CLASS CLOSED
Also meets: Sa 10:00AM-6:00PM T031 in Walter Roberts Hall


HOME BREWING: INTRODUCTION: Classroom Only (Mount Vernon Campus)
A classroom only option is also available for those who want to learn what home brewing is all about but may not yet be ready to commit to the expense of embarking on this wonderful hobby. This option may also be attractive to those who already have some of the equipment but would like to get a good introduction to the brewing process to get a better start. You may still participate in the brew day with this option so you can see the process and all the equipment in action. What you will NOT get with this option is the equipment, ingredients and fermentor full of five gallons of wort to take home on brew day.

6057   CBREW 012   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   TTh 10/20 to 10/24   T031   Rock   $95.00  CLASS CLOSED
Also meets: Sa 10:00AM-6:00PM T031 in Walter Roberts Hall

Music

MUSIC COMPOSITION/TECHNOLOGY: IDEA TO MASTER (Mount Vernon Campus)
This class is open to all ages seeking experience in composing music for film and TV or just writing a song. This is a pathway to breaking down the creative steps and technology operated to create a master recording for a song, score, game and Internet.

6177   CMUSC 012   AG   3:00PM-5:30PM   T 10/6 to 11/10   A125   Smith   $125.00  CLASS CLOSED

Natural Science

The Great Bear Rainforest (San Juan Center)
Before the big cities of San Francisco, Portland, Seattle came about the land and nature collectively was called the Great Bear Rainforest. This lecture, multi-media, and experimental course will cover the science, ecology, culture and life of the Great Bear Rainforest stretching from Alaska to California. This ecosystem defined by the rainfall, trees, animals and people that called it home has a rich and diverse place. Discover the Spirit Bear, the connection between the Salmon, trees and N15 isotope, the Haida, and the amazing tree canopies where insects and animals never touch the ground. All ages welcome.

5762   CNAS 012   AP   9:00AM-11:00AM   T 9/29 to 11/3   RM CR   Gossen   $75.00  CLASS CLOSED

Physical Education

10 forms of the Zang Fu system of Qigong - practice class (San Juan Center)
Morning Medical Qigong 10 forms of the ZangFu system of Ancient Chinese Medicine that correspond to the 12 meridians (energy lines) in the body. Each form builds Essential Qi. Practice begins with Internal Alchemy Meditation. Beginners welcome.

5793   CPE 032   AP   8:30AM-9:30AM   F 9/25 to 12/4   RM C   Gossen   $75.00  CLASS CLOSED


INTRODUCTION TO BALLROOM DANCE (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn confidence and grace on the dance floor while you learn the basics to many of the popular Ballroom dances: Cha Cha Cha, Swing, Rumba, Salsa, Foxtrot and more during this 8 week series.

6204   CPE 026   AG   6:00PM-7:00PM   W 9/23 to 12/9   F119   Rueb   $109.00  Seats Avail: 7 of 20


Mind and Body Coordination (Whidbey Campus)
This is a mental and physical discipline which cultivates calm, concentration, balance, posture, and correct movement. Consistent practice cultivates a strong mind that can relax, remain positive and persevere regardless of circumstance or environment. The physical requirements are low. It is designed to be applied to daily life. Instructor has 6 years of training with the Northwest Ki Federation. Read more at www.oregonki.org/programs-ki.php.

7325   CPE 016   AGW   5:00PM-6:00PM   T 9/22 to 12/8   A118   Manning   $0.00  Seats Avail: 11 of 18


Senior Fitness (Mount Vernon Campus)
Class encourages range of motion, balance, strength training and cardiovascular exercises.

6203   CPE 025   AG   9:30AM-10:20AM   MW 9/21 to 12/9   GYM   Deschenes   $54.00  Seats Avail: 2 of 30

World Language - Italian

Beginning Conversational Italian (Mount Vernon Campus)
When in Rome do as the Romans do! A journey through Italy. Learn travel tips, cultural insight and local etiquette. Discover unbeaten tourist paths, secret places and how to bargain at the local markets. Join Instructor Giuliana Sica,  a native of romantic Tuscany, for a course in Italian Language and the flavors of La Dolce Vita!

6141   CITAL 011   AG   5:30PM-7:30PM   M 9/28 to 11/16   N120   Sica   $149.00  CLASS CLOSED

World Language - Russian

Conversational Russian I (Mount Vernon Campus)
Introduction to the basics of Russian language in a fun, interactive environment. Learn Cyrillic alphabet, fundamentals of grammar, reading, and conversation from a native speaker. Includes cultural and travel information. Book available in college bookstore: Russian in 10 Minutes a Day.

6252   CRUSS 011   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   Th 10/1 to 11/19   N120   Kupriyanova   $149.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 20

World Language - Spanish

Conversational Spanish I (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn the Spanish sound system, basic vocabulary and simple Spanish grammatical structures as you develop an ability to understand and respond to simple spoken Spanish. Spanish is Fun (Book 1) and workbook required and available at SVC bookstore.

6256   CSPAN 011   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   T 9/29 to 11/17   N123   Guillen   $149.00  CLASS CLOSED

Winter Quarter WorkshopsClose Winter Workshops

Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology (San Juan Center)
Study the origin and development of various forms of culture found among tribal and early agricultural peoples with Archaeologist Candace Gossen. Course work will include the development of language, the meeting of basic needs such as food and shelter, the family, magic and religion, and leisure activities (including artistic, musical, literary, and other forms of expression).Joining this class will be a good way spend the indoor winter months!!

5704   CANTH 014   AP   11:30AM-1:45PM   TTh 1/5 to 3/17   RM C   Gossen C   $90.00  Seats Avail: 21 of 24

Art

FABULOUS PHOTO ENCAUSTIC (Whidbey Campus)
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7347   CART 067   AGW   10:00AM-4:00PM   SaSu 1/23 to 1/24   C001   Tinuviel   $112.00  CLASS CLOSED

7347   CART 067   AGW   10:00AM-4:00PM   SaSu 1/23 to 1/24   C001   Tinuviel   $112.00  CLASS CLOSED


BEGINNING WEAVING (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn basic weaving in this new class! You will learn how to “dress” a weaving loom, and you’ll weave a simple, but elegant scarf. Table looms will be provided to you and you will be given a choice of warp yarns and colors, already on the loom and nearly ready to start weaving. There will be a $100 refundable deposit (payable to instructor) for those who wish to take the looms home between classes. Materials fee $10 payable to instructor first class.

6052   CART 044   AG   9:00AM-12:00PM   Sa 1/16 to 1/23   T045   Moncrief   $99.00  Seats Avail: 0 (1 on Waitlist) of 7


CLAY WORKSHOP (Mount Vernon Campus)
All levels of interest and abilities are welcomed to work on self-guided projects in an open studio setting. Hand-building areas as well as pottery wheels are available for use. Some instruction in glazing will be offered. We use CKK6--a white firing stoneware body. We bisque work to ^04 and glaze fire in electric kilns to ^6. Instruction at all levels to maximize learning opportunities. Materials included, and most tools available. Bring an apron, and for wheel work a towel.

6045   CART 020   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 1/13 to 3/9   H119   Steveni   $199.00  Seats Avail: 14 of 25


COLOR PENCIL MAGIC (Whidbey Campus)
Learn the basics of working with Prismacolor pencils. In-class practice, exercises and demonstrations will focus on basic use knowledge and techniques related to these vibrant wax based pencils. Join whether you are a beginner or more experienced. Individual attention will be given to develop your skills. Students will need to provide their own Prismacolor pencils. Contact Sharon.Hall@skagit.edu for additional supplies needed. Minimum class size is 6, maximum is 20.

7346   CART 060   AGW   5:00PM-7:00PM   M 2/29 to 3/7   C001   Hall S   $45.00  Seats Avail: 18 of 20


Introduction to Glass Mosaics (Hot & Cold) (Mount Vernon Campus)
This 6-week class is geared toward beginners who want to learn about basic techniques, tools and materials involved in creating mosaic art. Includes cutting, proper adhesives, substrates, design/layout and grouting. Students will be introduced to glass fusing (warm glass or kiln glass) to create components for their in-class mosaic projects. Each student will complete two projects, exploring traditional and contemporary techniques. All materials, supplies and use of tools provided. Come experience the endless possibilities of this beautiful art form! Class limited to ten--sign up early. A $40 material fee is paid to the instructor at first class.

6050   CART 036   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   T 1/26 to 3/9   T045   Mitchell   $165.00  CLASS CLOSED


Sketching & Cartooning (Mount Vernon Campus)
Explore basic principles of sketching and cartooning, with emphasis on drawing cartoon faces of real people. Practice some realistic drawing using the same techniques used by Police Sketch artists. Instructor Lin Tucker is a lifelong doodler, sketcher and police artist. Materials fee $10 paid to instructor first class.

6048   CART 033   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   Th 1/21 to 2/25   N123   Tucker   $95.00  Seats Avail: 9 of 15


Social Media for Artists: Getting Started (Whidbey Campus)
Social Media is not a panacea. However, it is useful, especially, to artists. Learn about how, why, and when to use and not use social media to spread your message. Everyone’s answers are different, and there are enough options for everyone – almost. Social media is powerful, but it doesn’t have to be intimidating. Let’s remove a bit of the mystery.

7348   CART 063   AGW   5:30PM-8:30PM   T 1/12   C001   Trimbath T   $28.00  CLASS CLOSED


Stained Glass Art (Mount Vernon Campus)
Discover the time-honored craft of stained glass. You will explore the process of creating a stained glass panel. Students will progress at their own pace and develop projects appropriate to their skill level--from light-catchers to lampshades. Topics to be covered include design and color as well as technical issues such as cutting, foiling and leading. Safety issues will be addressed in depth. All levels welcome. Basic materials are supplied (some glass, foil, lead and solder). A $50 material fee is paid to the instructor at first class.

6040   CART 014   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 1/27 to 2/17   T031   Mitchell   $165.00  CLASS CLOSED


Watercolor Painting (Mount Vernon Campus)
In-class painting, exercises, demonstrations and individual attention to increase your skills, whether you are a beginner or more experienced. Learn about washes, glazing, color mixing, dry and wet techniques, brushes, and different brush strokes.

6036   CART 011   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 1/20 to 3/9   H208   Cooper   $159.00  Seats Avail: 2 of 16

Business Management

(Almost) Free Marketing for Businesses (Mount Vernon Campus)
This class is for businesses that want to take advantage of effective marketing strategies that are available everybody, without reinventing the wheel. Not sure which marketing options are best for your business? We will address the pros and cons of Facebook, Pinterest, Linked-In, review sites, Newsletters, Networking, and more! A great class for new businesses who don’t want to spend lots of money with little results.

6066   CBMT 014   AG   6:30PM-8:30PM   W 2/3   N120   Shotton   $39.00  CLASS CLOSED


Facebook 101: Setting Up a Business Page (Mount Vernon Campus)
We’ll walk you step by step to set up your Facebook Business Fan page. You’ll learn why it’s such a valuable marketing tool, develop a Facebook marketing plan, and get helpful tips for keeping it managed in as little as one hour a week. We will also discuss engagement strategies and developing a good Fan base, which generates customer leads.

6069   CBMT 043   AG   6:30PM-8:30PM   W 2/17   F110   Shotton   $59.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 17


Facebook 201--Content for your Business Page (Mount Vernon Campus)
You have your Facebook Business page up, but have NO idea of what to put on it! This class will provide you a list of possible posting topics, as well as give you the top five ways of increasing the number of “LIKES” (which generates customer leads!)

6071   CBMT 044   AG   6:30PM-8:00PM   W 3/2   N119   Shotton   $49.00  Seats Avail: 19 of 20


CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR EVERYONE (Mount Vernon Campus)
Customer service is an all-encompassing term embracing any human interactions related to work. Greeting customers and assisting them is very important: Word of mouth about a business sets its flow of new customers! Customer service principles are applied with co-workers, employees, management, and on an interdepartmental basis. Any business, to thrive, must master each and every level of customer service.

6064   CBUS 015   AG   5:30PM-8:30PM   W 2/3 to 3/16   N121   Porter   $154.00  CLASS CLOSED

Continuing Professional Education

Alcohol Server Permit 12 or 13 (Mount Vernon Campus)
This class covers the legal aspects of responsible alcoholic beverage service for bartenders and servers including how much to serve, when to stop serving and the legal responsibilities of restaurants, bars and individuals in the service industry. This class meets the requirements for licensing by the State of Washington and is a required class for anyone working as a professional bartender or server. No prior bartending or liquor knowledge is needed. Students of this class must be between the ages of 18 – 20 for Permit 13, and 21 or over for Permit 12. Instructor is a certified trainer for the Washington State Liquor Control Board.

6234   CPROF 044   AG   1:00PM-4:30PM   Sa 3/12   T045   Ronnestad   $35.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24


FIND LOVE/CREATE IDEAL LIFE/UNDERSTAND HOME (Mount Vernon Campus)
Are you still looking for your ideal partner, without much success? Find out why he/she hasn't yet arrived, and what you can do to enhance that possibility. Learn how to use your outer world to help you create the life you've always envisioned for yourself. And learn a fun approach to discovering what your home and the belongings you keep (or hoard!) reveal about your inner life.

6250   CPROF 077   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   T 1/26 to 2/9   A125   Morgan   $99.00  CLASS CLOSED


Flagging and Traffic Control (Mount Vernon Campus)
Upon successful completion, students receive a Washington State Traffic Control Flagger card approved by the State of Washington and valid for three years. Must be 18 years of age or older to receive card.

6217   CPROF 034   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 1/19 to 1/21   T019   Prindle   $64.00  Seats Avail: 19 of 30

6218   CPROF 034   BG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 2/23 to 2/25   T031   Prindle   $64.00  Seats Avail: 28 of 30

6219   CPROF 034   CG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 3/8 to 3/10   N119   Prindle   $64.00  Seats Avail: 29 of 30


INTERPRET DREAMS/CHANGE HABITS/SELF-AWARENESS (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn an innovative way to interpret your night-time dreams (and nightmares!) to find out what they are trying to tell you. Learn a simple approach to changing your habits by rewarding yourself. And find out what your shadow-self has to say about who you are!

6252   CPROF 078   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   T 2/16 to 3/1   A125   Morgan   $99.00  CLASS CLOSED


Introduction to Fly Fishing (Mount Vernon Campus)
This course focuses upon fly fishing for trout in western North America streams and lakes. The beginner will acquire sufficient knowledge and skill to start fly fishing and catch trout. The topics include: matching lines, rods, and reels; casting fly line; selecting leaders, knots, and tippets; learning about trout foods and related flies; basic fly tying; trout habitat and behavior; and fly fishing methods. About half of the classes will be actual "hands-on" learning by doing. There will be a couple optional Saturday classes as well.

6225   CPROF 035   AG   6:30PM-9:00PM   W 1/6 to 3/16   T041   Freet   $125.00  Seats Avail: 0 (5 on Waitlist) of 16


LIFE COACHING/DECISION MAKING/FREEDOM (Mount Vernon Campus)
Find out how Life Coaching can improve your life using easy-to-use tools that guide you toward a life you always envisioned. Learn how to make big and small decisions about your day and your life based on your heart (love) not your head (logic), by following subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle!) clues from your body. Learn to prioritize your desires so you can take small steps toward your dreams-in work, play, and relationships.

6249   CPROF 076   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   T 1/5 to 1/19   A125   Morgan   $99.00  CLASS CLOSED


NATURE QUEST/BODY ALLY/DREAM POWER (Mount Vernon Campus)
Do you have trouble making decisions? Troubled by heavy issues? hang out in nature and see what answers present themselves. Your aches and pains have valuable information to share with you. Learn to dream and scheme your way to a blissful life!

6253   CPROF 079   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   T 3/8 to 3/16   N120   Morgan   $99.00  CLASS CLOSED


Professional Bartending (Mount Vernon Campus)
Become a licensed Bartender! This class is designed to provide participants with the skills needed to start careers as professional bartenders. This fun and exciting class will cover how to mix, measure and serve more than 300 of today's most popular cocktails - from Electric Iced Teas and Smith & Wessons, to B-52's, Apple Martinis and Lemon Drops! Learn professional free pouring and layering techniques, bartending terms, job searching, serving in a safe and responsible manner, increasing customer satisfaction, and increasing tips! No prior liquor knowledge is required. This course includes the Alcohol Server Permit class, you do not need to register for both. Must be 18 or over. Textbook req $16 paid to instructor at first class.

6235   CPROF 045   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   WTh 3/9 to 3/12   T045   Ronnestad   $189.00  Seats Avail: 19 of 24
Also meets: Sa 9:00AM-4:30PM T045 in Walter Roberts Hall


Voice-Overs: Now is Your Time (Mount Vernon Campus)
YOU'VE HEARD LISA FOSTER ON TV AND RADIO COMMERCIALS! Now hear Lisa LIVE as she illustrates how YOU could actually begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, and videos! Most people go about it the wrong way. Lisa will show you a unique, outside-of-the-box way to cash in on one of the most lucrative full or part-time careers out there! This is a business that you can handle on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with practically no overhead! And NOW is the best time to make this happen as new companies are looking for new voices like never before. This exciting and fun class could be the game changer you've been looking for! Lisa Foster's voice can be heard on commercials and narrations for such clients as: Crest Toothpaste, Olay, Cafe Appassionato, LA Weight Loss, Advanced Laser Clinics and Sleep Train.

6239   CPROF 053   AG   7:00PM-9:00PM   T 1/26   H112   Foster   $45.00  Seats Avail: 14 of 24

Drama

INTRODUCTION TO ACTING (Whidbey Campus)
Boost your creativity with an introductory acting course designed to build skills in communication, expression, voice and confidence. If you have a professional interest in acting, this course will also serve people of all ages, and all walks of life, who want new inspiration in their daily life. Activities are specially designed to nourish a sense of fun, while building spontaneity and freedom of expression. We will begin with experiential activities and then move into scene work. We will take a quick snack break so bring a sandwich or something easy to eat and a water bottle. Wear comfortable clothing that you can move in. Stella Ireland is a theater practitioner with a Ph.D. in Multicultural Theater and over 20 years of experience directing and producing plays. She has recently returned from teaching theater in Asia for the last 7 years. Minimum enrollment: 6.

7351   CDRAM 011   AGW   12:00PM-4:00PM   SaSu 2/20 to 2/27   C001   Ireland S   $70.00  Seats Avail: 12 of 12

Early Childhood Education

Homeschool: Intro to Homeschooling In Washington (Mount Vernon Campus)
This course provides basic information about homeschooling in Washington State, including the historical background of this educational option, as well as the current legal requirements for parents who choose to provide home-based instruction for their children. Opportunity for Q&A allows individual concerns to be addressed, like special needs students or homeschooling families moving to Washington from other states. Mount Vernon Campus.

6084   CECE 010   AG   6:00PM-8:30PM   Th 2/4   A125   Rosenzweig   $55.00  CLASS CLOSED

English And Literature

LITERATURE OF THE WORLD (San Juan Center)
Spend the indoor winter months as a student in this international study of literary tradition and techniques; including literature in translation. This course is organized around specific genres, themes, regions or time periods and will include written and oral analysis of different genres, including fiction, nonfiction, drama, and poetry.

5736   CENGL 018   AP   8:45AM-11:00AM   TTh 1/5 to 3/17   RM C   Brennock   $90.00  CLASS CLOSED


WRITING FOR CHILDREN: GUIDELINES FOR SEVEN MAJOR CATEGORIES OF CHILDREN’S BOOKS (Mount Vernon Campus)
Discover the best genre for your fiction or nonfiction idea or manuscript. Learn about the major categories of children’s books. Topics covered: word length, manuscript and finished book pages, age ranges; illustration numbers and types (color, b/w, or photos); and front and back matter. Tweak your manuscript, write front or back matter, and share your results.

6091   CENGL 058   AG   6:30PM-8:00PM   Th 2/18 to 2/25   N119   Harris   $49.00  Seats Avail: 18 of 25

Home Brew

HOME BREWING: INTRODUCTION (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn the fundamentals of brewing your own beer at home. This class begins with two classroom sessions of 2 hours each and provides a comprehensive course handout that will help you start your own home brewing hobby. (Or obsession as some spouses call it!) This beginning class will show you all the skills and techniques you need to brew malt extract based beers for yourself. following the classroom sessions you'll spend a day brewing a batch of your own with the instructor and your fellow students. The brewing session will be held at the local home brew shop where large brew pots, burners and propane will be provided. The lab fee for the course provides you with a take home kit of all the basic tools you'll need to get your first batch "under your belt" including the ingredients for that first brew. You will leave the brew session with your own fermentor full of five gallons of wort (unfermented beer) as well as complete instructions and equipment for fermenting, testing and bottling your beer when it is done.

6060   CBREW 011   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   TTh 3/8 to 3/12   T031   Rock   $245.00  Seats Avail: 11 of 12
Also meets: Sa 10:00AM-6:00PM T031 in Walter Roberts Hall


HOME BREWING: INTRODUCTION: Classroom Only (Mount Vernon Campus)
A classroom only option is also available for those who want to learn what home brewing is all about but may not yet be ready to commit to the expense of embarking on this wonderful hobby. This option may also be attractive to those who already have some of the equipment but would like to get a good introduction to the brewing process to get a better start. You may still participate in the brew day with this option so you can see the process and all the equipment in action. What you will NOT get with this option is the equipment, ingredients and fermentor full of five gallons of wort to take home on brew day.

6062   CBREW 012   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   TTh 3/8 to 3/12   T031   Rock   $95.00  Seats Avail: 11 of 12
Also meets: Sa 10:00AM-6:00PM T031 in Walter Roberts Hall

Natural Science

The Great Bear Rainforest (San Juan Center)
Before the big cities of San Francisco, Portland, Seattle came about the land and nature collectively was called the Great Bear Rainforest. This lecture, multi-media, and experimental course will cover the science, ecology, culture and life of the Great Bear Rainforest stretching from Alaska to California. This ecosystem defined by the rainfall, trees, animals and people that called it home has a rich and diverse place. Discover the Spirit Bear, the connection between the Salmon, trees and N15 isotope, the Haida, and the amazing tree canopies where insects and animals never touch the ground. All ages welcome.

5782   CNAS 012   AP   5:30PM-7:30PM   W 1/20 to 2/3   RM C   Gossen C   $65.00  CLASS CLOSED

Physical Education

INTRODUCTION TO BALLROOM DANCE (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn confidence and grace on the dance floor while you learn the basics to many of the popular Ballroom dances: Cha Cha Cha, Swing, Rumba, Salsa, Foxtrot and more during this 8 week series.

6202   CPE 026   AG   6:00PM-7:00PM   T 1/5 to 3/8   F119   Rueb   $109.00  CLASS CLOSED

6203   CPE 026   AG   6:00PM-7:00PM   W 1/6 to 3/9   F119   Rueb   $109.00  Seats Avail: 13 of 20


Mind and Body Coordination (Whidbey Campus)
This is a mental and physical discipline which cultivates calm, concentration, balance, posture, and correct movement. Consistent practice cultivates a strong mind that can relax, remain positive and persevere regardless of circumstance or environment. The physical requirements are low. It is designed to be applied to daily life. Instructor has 6 years of training with the Northwest Ki Federation. Read more at www.oregonki.org/programs-ki.php.

7352   CPE 016   AGW   5:00PM-6:00PM   T   A118   Manning B   $0.00  Seats Avail: 13 of 18


Senior Fitness (Mount Vernon Campus)
Class encourages range of motion, balance, strength training and cardiovascular exercises.

6200   CPE 025   AG   9:30AM-10:20AM   MW 1/6 to 3/14   GYM   Deschenes   $54.00  Seats Avail: 1 of 33

World Language - Italian

VIRTUAL ITALIAN TOUR (Mount Vernon Campus)
Experience Italy from the comfort of a local classroom! Have you been to Italy before? Or are thinking of going? Well, you are not alone. From the comfort of our local classroom in the company of people who share the same passion Virtual Tour of Italy brings you the best this magnificent country has to offer. Soak up regional history, sights and culture, scrumptious local specialties and artistic masterpieces. Experience the true “secret life” of Italy, the one you miss on tv or in movies! From the tip to the top of the boot, from Opera to Gelato, passing through ruins and markets. Students’ own videos and material is most welcome to share in this class!

6144   CITAL 014   AG   5:30PM-7:30PM   M 1/11 to 3/14   N120   Sica   $149.00  CLASS CLOSED

World Language - Russian

Conversational Russian I (Mount Vernon Campus)
Introduction to the basics of Russian language in a fun, interactive environment. Learn Cyrillic alphabet, fundamentals of grammar, reading, and conversation from a native speaker. Includes cultural and travel information. Book available in college bookstore: Russian in 10 Minutes a Day.

6259   CRUSS 011   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   T 1/12 to 3/1   N120   Kupriyanova   $149.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 20


Conversational Russian II (Mount Vernon Campus)
Continuation of Conversational Russian I. Students must have completed Conversational Russian I or have instructor permission to participate in this class.

6261   CRUSS 012   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   Th 1/14 to 3/3   N120   Kupriyanova   $149.00  CLASS CLOSED

World Language - Spanish

Conversational Spanish I (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn the Spanish sound system, basic vocabulary and simple Spanish grammatical structures as you develop an ability to understand and respond to simple spoken Spanish. Spanish is Fun (Book 1) and workbook required and available at SVC bookstore.

6267   CSPAN 011   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   T 1/12 to 3/1   N119   Guillen   $149.00  CLASS CLOSED

Spring Quarter WorkshopsClose Spring Workshops

Art

BEGINNING WEAVING (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn basic weaving in this new class! You will learn how to “dress” a weaving loom, and you’ll weave a simple, but elegant scarf. Table looms will be provided to you and you will be given a choice of warp yarns and colors, already on the loom and nearly ready to start weaving. There will be a $100 refundable deposit (payable to instructor) for those who wish to take the looms home between classes. Materials fee $10 payable to instructor first class.

6063   CART 044   AG   9:00AM-12:00PM   Sa 3/19 to 4/2   T045   Moncrief   $99.00  Seats Avail: 6 of 7


Beginning Weaving II (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn how to plan a weaving project, determine appropriate yarns, wind a warp, dress your loom, and carry your project to completion with supervision and guidance. It's recommended you register for any of the Level I courses first and that you contact the instructor beforehand to discuss your plans. You must know the basics. This workshop is limited to 6 participants due to loom availability.

6066   CART 069   AG   9:00AM-12:00PM   Sa 4/16 to 4/30   T045   Moncrief   $99.00  Seats Avail: 6 of 7


CLAY WORKSHOP (Mount Vernon Campus)
All levels of interest and abilities are welcomed to work on self-guided projects in an open studio setting. Hand-building areas as well as pottery wheels are available for use. Some instruction in glazing will be offered. We use CKK6--a white firing stoneware body. We bisque work to ^04 and glaze fire in electric kilns to ^6. Instruction at all levels to maximize learning opportunities. Materials included, and most tools available. Bring an apron, and for wheel work a towel.

6051   CART 020   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 4/6 to 6/1   H119   Steveni   $199.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


Dyeing Techniques for the Fiber Artist (Whidbey Campus)
Whether you consider youself a fiber artist or not, if you work with fiber, then increasing your color sense is an invaluable skill to have. In this workshop we'll focus on protein fibers (sheep's wool, silk, alpaca, llama, camel, even your 4-legged companions) and explore the many methods for dyeing and blending fibers to achieve your goals. The instructor will introduce basic color theory, discuss why we see colors and how our brain interprets them. Then the fun begins when we go through a round robin of pots, kettles, and painting. You'll make a mess and have a ball, and leave with a large bag of sample yarns and roving, a dye book and the knowledge to explore on your own. Please wear old clothes and bring rubber gloves. Materials cost $18 paid to instructor first session.

7002   CART 034   AGW   9:00AM-3:00PM   Sa 4/23   C001   Moncrief E   $70.00  Seats Avail: 11 of 12


Introduction to Glass Mosaics (Hot & Cold) (Mount Vernon Campus)
This 6-week class is geared toward beginners who want to learn about basic techniques, tools and materials involved in creating mosaic art. Includes cutting, proper adhesives, substrates, design/layout and grouting. Students will be introduced to glass fusing (warm glass or kiln glass) to create components for their in-class mosaic projects. Each student will complete two projects, exploring traditional and contemporary techniques. All materials, supplies and use of tools provided. Come experience the endless possibilities of this beautiful art form! Class limited to ten--sign up early. A $40 material fee is paid to the instructor at first class.

6059   CART 036   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   T 4/19 to 5/31   T045   Mitchell   $165.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


Learn The Art Of Jewelry Design (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn the basics of jewelry design. You will make and take a bracelet and a pair of earrings. Learn to work with beads, jewelry tools, crimping, and wire. Beads will be provided but you can also bring your own beads. Required supply fee $10 to instructor, includes jewelry findings and tools for in-class use.

6061   CART 043   AG   9:00AM-12:00PM   Sa 4/23   T031   Guay   $39.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


Lotions & Potions--How to Make Good Stuff from Scratch (Whidbey Campus)
In this class, we'll discuss using ingredients from your kitchen cupboard, botanicals from your garden, and what it takes to make natural products that are good for you and your family. The emphasis is on making fresh with no nasty preservatives or synthetic chemicals. We can even custom-scent our products if you'd like. We'll make a total of 6 products, more if time allows, including lotions, body mousse, lip balms, body butters, deodorants and even an all-natural insect repellent roll-on. Please wear old clothes and come prepared to laugh and share. You'll receive hands-on instruction and a full recipe book--think Christmas gifts! Materials cost $12 paid to instructor at first session.

7003   CART 035   AGW   9:00AM-3:00PM   Sa 4/9   C001   Moncrief E   $58.00  Seats Avail: 12 of 12


PHOTOGRAPHY: A CLOSER LOOK (Mount Vernon Campus)
This short lecture course will survey the history of photography, using exceptional images to explore the ways in which photographs have changed with technological improvements. We'll also examine ideas about understanding photographs: what is it that makes them look realistic, for example and why can they seem like memories? We may discover that photographs influence our view of the world in unexpected ways.

6067   CART 070   AG   7:00PM-9:00PM   T 4/5 to 4/26   H112   Mickleburgh   $95.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


SCIENCE AND ART OF COLOR (Mount Vernon Campus)
Color seems the fundamental to everything we see, so it can come as a surprise to discover that it is actually a sensation created by the brain. Color is, literally, in the eye of the beholder. This short lecture course will explore the physics and biology of color vision, the challenges of reproducing of color, and the emotional responses generated by color in the visual arts.

6069   CART 071   AG   7:00PM-9:00PM   T 5/10 to 5/31   A135   Micklegurgh   $95.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


Sketching & Cartooning (Mount Vernon Campus)
Explore basic principles of sketching and cartooning, with emphasis on drawing cartoon faces of real people. Practice some realistic drawing using the same techniques used by Police Sketch artists. Instructor Lin Tucker is a lifelong doodler, sketcher and police artist. Materials fee $10 paid to instructor first class.

6058   CART 033   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   Th 4/7 to 5/12   N123   Tucker L   $95.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


Stained Glass Art (Mount Vernon Campus)
Discover the time-honored craft of stained glass. You will explore the process of creating a stained glass panel. Students will progress at their own pace and develop projects appropriate to their skill level--from light-catchers to lampshades. Topics to be covered include design and color as well as technical issues such as cutting, foiling and leading. Safety issues will be addressed in depth. All levels welcome. Basic materials are supplied (some glass, foil, lead and solder). A $50 material fee is paid to the instructor at first class.

6044   CART 014   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 4/20 to 6/1   T045   Mitchell   $165.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


Watercolor Painting (Mount Vernon Campus)
In-class painting, exercises, demonstrations and individual attention to increase your skills, whether you are a beginner or more experienced. Learn about washes, glazing, color mixing, dry and wet techniques, brushes, and different brush strokes.

6042   CART 011   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   W 4/6 to 5/25   H208   Cooper   $159.00  Seats Avail: 16 of 16

Business Management

(Almost) Free Marketing for Businesses (Mount Vernon Campus)
This class is for businesses that want to take advantage of effective marketing strategies that are available everybody, without reinventing the wheel. Not sure which marketing options are best for your business? We will address the pros and cons of Facebook, Pinterest, Linked-In, review sites, Newsletters, Networking, and more! A great class for new businesses who don’t want to spend lots of money with little results.

6078   CBMT 014   AG   6:00PM-8:30PM   W 4/20   N121   Shotton   $49.00  Seats Avail: 30 of 30


Facebook 201--Content for your Business Page (Mount Vernon Campus)
You have your Facebook Business page up, but have NO idea of what to put on it! This class will provide you a list of possible posting topics, as well as give you the top five ways of increasing the number of “LIKES” (which generates customer leads!)

6082   CBMT 044   AG   6:00PM-8:30PM   W 4/27   N121   Shotton   $49.00  Seats Avail: 30 of 30


How to Start with Social Media for Business (Mount Vernon Campus)
Have you been avoiding social media marketing for your business? In this introduction to social media, we'll talk about the top 10 most important social media platforms for your business. You'll learn WHAT it is, WHY it's worth your time and money, and WHICH ones are the best fit for your company.

6080   CBMT 016   AG   6:30PM-9:00PM   W 4/6   N121   Shotton   $45.00  Seats Avail: 30 of 30

Continuing Professional Education

HOME BUILDING COSTS (San Juan Center)
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5854   CPROF 021   AP   8:30AM-3:30PM   Sa 4/23   CR   Russell L   $65.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


Alcohol Server Permit 12 or 13 (Mount Vernon Campus)
This class covers the legal aspects of responsible alcoholic beverage service for bartenders and servers including how much to serve, when to stop serving and the legal responsibilities of restaurants, bars and individuals in the service industry. This class meets the requirements for licensing by the State of Washington and is a required class for anyone working as a professional bartender or server. No prior bartending or liquor knowledge is needed. Students of this class must be between the ages of 18 – 20 for Permit 13, and 21 or over for Permit 12. Instructor is a certified trainer for the Washington State Liquor Control Board.

6246   CPROF 044   AG   1:00PM-4:30PM   Sa 6/4   F120   Ronnestad   $35.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24


Emotional Intelligence in Conflict Resolution (Mount Vernon Campus)
Successful participants will develop the ability to recognize their own and other people's responses and emotion, understand the physiology response to interpersonal conflict, analyze the cost and consequences of interpersonal disputes, familiarize with effective techniques to de-escalate conflict, discover and mold their own conflict resolution style, practice your active listening and communication skills in exercises of simulated conflicts, learn about alternative dispute resolution practices and when to apply them, Specially Mediation, and how to plan and write a consensual agreement.

6262   CPROF 081   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   W 4/6 to 5/11   A135   Manzanera   $189.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


Flagging and Traffic Control (Mount Vernon Campus)
Upon successful completion, students receive a Washington State Traffic Control Flagger card approved by the State of Washington and valid for three years. Must be 18 years of age or older to receive card.

6238   CPROF 034   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 4/19 to 4/21   T041   Prindle   $59.00  Seats Avail: 30 of 30

6239   CPROF 034   BG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 5/17 to 5/19   T041   Prindle   $59.00  Seats Avail: 30 of 30

6240   CPROF 034   CG   6:00PM-9:00PM   TTh 6/7 to 6/9   T041   Prindle   $59.00  Seats Avail: 30 of 30


Fly Tying (Mount Vernon Campus)
This class uses a wide variety of tying materials and techniques to create some of the most productive trout flies for western North America streams and lakes. Two fly patterns are tied each night. You will also learn to make minor changes in these patterns to make site specific flies that “match the hatch”. All fly tying equipment and materials are provided.

6244   CPROF 042   AG   6:30PM-9:00PM   W 4/6 to 5/4   T041   Osenbach R   $50.00  Seats Avail: 14 of 16


Inteligencia Emocional en la Resolucion de Conflictos (Mount Vernon Campus)
Los participantes podran desarrollar la habilidad de reconocer sus propias respuestas y emocionas asi como las de otros, entender la respuesta fisiologica al conflicto interpersonal, analizar el costo y las consequencias de las disputas, familiarizarse con tecnicas efectivas para desescalar conflict, descubrir y moldear su estilo de resolucion personal, practicar sus habilidades de comunicacion y escucha activamente, aprender sobre las alternativas para resolucion de conflictos, Especialmente Mediacion, explorar como planear y escribir un acuerdo consensado.

6263   CPROF 082   AG   6:00PM-7:30PM   Th 4/7 to 5/12   A135   Manzanera   $189.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


Professional Bartending (Mount Vernon Campus)
Become a licensed Bartender! This class is designed to provide participants with the skills needed to start careers as professional bartenders. This fun and exciting class will cover how to mix, measure and serve more than 300 of today's most popular cocktails - from Electric Iced Teas and Smith & Wessons, to B-52's, Apple Martinis and Lemon Drops! Learn professional free pouring and layering techniques, bartending terms, job searching, serving in a safe and responsible manner, increasing customer satisfaction, and increasing tips! No prior liquor knowledge is required. This course includes the Alcohol Server Permit class, you do not need to register for both. Must be 18 or over. Textbook req $16 paid to instructor at first class.

6247   CPROF 045   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   WTh 6/1 to 6/4   F120   Ronnestad   $189.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24
Also meets: Sa 9:00AM-4:30PM Tba


TINY HOUSE DESIGN/BUILD (San Juan Center)
There is a resounding trend in house building and design occurring that declares that “smaller is better, more manageable, more environmentally friendly and less of a personal financial burden .” For the young who may be accustomed to retreating into a space the size of a private bedroom or student apartment, and for the senior who is looking to shed a lifetime of collected baggage, “tiny houses” have an appeal that begs for consideration. This seminar is a comprehensive discussion of the what and how of tiny houses. Whether the structure be built on wheels, skids or on a conventional foundation, keen planning is required to be a success. Some sample structural and floor plans will be available for illustration. This is a time for practical application combined with ingenuity and imagination. Applicable building codes if any and other legal aspects will be discussed.

5852   CPROF 020   AP   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 4/9   CR   Russell L   $65.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


Voice-Overs: Now is Your Time (Mount Vernon Campus)
YOU'VE HEARD LISA FOSTER ON TV AND RADIO COMMERCIALS! Now hear Lisa LIVE as she illustrates how YOU could actually begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, and videos! Most people go about it the wrong way. Lisa will show you a unique, outside-of-the-box way to cash in on one of the most lucrative full or part-time careers out there! This is a business that you can handle on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with practically no overhead! And NOW is the best time to make this happen as new companies are looking for new voices like never before. This exciting and fun class could be the game changer you've been looking for! Lisa Foster's voice can be heard on commercials and narrations for such clients as: Crest Toothpaste, Olay, Cafe Appassionato, LA Weight Loss, Advanced Laser Clinics and Sleep Train.

6251   CPROF 053   AG   6:30PM-8:30PM   Th 4/21   H024   Foster   $49.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24

Early Childhood Education

Homeschool Parent Qualification (Mount Vernon Campus)
This course meets the Washington State legal requirements as a "Qualifying Course" for parents who choose to provide home-based instruction for their children. It also provides basic information for those who already qualify to homeschool or who are deciding whether the homeschool educational option fits their needs. The course content will include presentation of legal requirements and "how-to" information concerning homeschooling and develop practical skills for application in your homeschool. All class sessions are required to receive the Certificate of Completion. For information about the class content or requirements contact the instructor at (206)365-5313.

6095   CECE 011   AG   6:00PM-9:00PM   F 5/6 to 6/7   A125   Rosenzweig   $95.00  Seats Avail: 29 of 30
Also meets: Sa 9:00AM-5:00PM A125 in Angst Hall

Earth Science (astr/easc/geol/ocea)

THE FINAL FRONTIER (San Juan Center)
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5715   CASTR 011   AP   11:30AM-2:00PM   TTh 4/5 to 6/16   RM C   Hertel   $90.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24

English And Literature

CREATIVE WRITING (San Juan Center) (San Juan Center)
Dip into the craft of Creative Writing with this workshop-based course for all skill levels. Experiment with all genres including fiction, memoir, poetry, and drama. Students will read and discuss a wide variety of literature, compose original works, and participate in peer feedback. This class is intended to sharpen the writer’s skills of observation and to dissect finely crafted master works.

5754   CENGL 015   AP   8:45AM-11:00AM   TTh 4/7 to 6/18   RM C   Brennock   $90.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24


Writing for Children: Critiquing (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn the elements of a good critique, the advantages and disadvantages of in-person and online critiques, and critique group etiquette and guidelines so you can discuss manuscripts and receive feedback. For the first class, bring two copies of the first five pages of a manuscript you are working on (one copy for the instructor, and the other for another student to take home and critique). You will receive feedback on your work plus a critiquing tips handout.

6105   CENGL 059   AG   6:30PM-8:00PM   Th 5/5 to 5/12   N121   Harris L   $49.00  Seats Avail: 25 of 25

Pets

PETSAVER CPR AND FIRST AID FOR PETS (Mount Vernon Campus)
This eight-hour class is designed for anyone who works with or lives with dogs and cats. Become your client or pet’s First Responder by learning life-saving skills including First Aid for common injuries, and illnesses, 3 types of CPR, basic wellness care, dental care, senior and end-of-life care and much more. Hands on and lecture. Cost includes a 42 page PetSaver© book and a PetSaver© certificate of training good for two years. Instructor has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician for 25+ years.

6221   CPET 001   AG   9:00AM-5:00PM   Sa 6/11   A135   Russell   $125.00  Seats Avail: 12 of 12


PETSAVER© CPR/FIRSTAID (Whidbey Campus)
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7005   CPETW 001   AGW   9:00AM-1:00PM   Sa 4/30   A306   Russell L   $85.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24

Physical Education

INTRO HIKING & BACKPACK (San Juan Center)
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5820   CPE 082   AP   9:30AM-11:10AM   F   RM A   Hok J   $119.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


INTRODUCTION TO BALLROOM DANCE (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn confidence and grace on the dance floor while you learn the basics to many of the popular Ballroom dances: Cha Cha Cha, Swing, Rumba, Salsa, Foxtrot and more during this 8 week series.

6217   CPE 026   AG   6:00PM-7:00PM   W 4/6 to 6/8   F119   Rueb   $109.00  Seats Avail: 20 of 20


Mind and Body Coordination (Whidbey Campus)
This is a mental and physical discipline which cultivates calm, concentration, balance, posture, and correct movement. Consistent practice cultivates a strong mind that can relax, remain positive and persevere regardless of circumstance or environment. The physical requirements are low. It is designed to be applied to daily life. Instructor has 6 years of training with the Northwest Ki Federation. Read more at www.oregonki.org/programs-ki.php.

7006   CPE 016   AGW   5:00PM-6:00PM   T   A118   Manning B   $0.00  Seats Avail: 18 of 18


Senior Fitness (Mount Vernon Campus)
Class encourages range of motion, balance, strength training and cardiovascular exercises.

6215   CPE 025   AG   9:30AM-10:20AM   MW 4/6 to 6/13   GYM   Deschenes   $54.00  Seats Avail: 30 of 31

World Language - Italian

Beginning Conversational Italian (Mount Vernon Campus)
When in Rome do as the Romans do! A journey through Italy. Learn travel tips, cultural insight and local etiquette. Discover unbeaten tourist paths, secret places and how to bargain at the local markets. Join Instructor Giuliana Sica,  a native of romantic Tuscany, for a course in Italian Language and the flavors of La Dolce Vita!

6164   CITAL 011   AG   5:30PM-7:30PM   M 4/11 to 6/6   N120   Sica   $149.00  Seats Avail: 39 of 39


Beginning Conversational Italian (Whidbey Campus)
When in Rome do as the Romans do! A journey through Italy. Learn travel tips, cultural insight and local etiquette. Discover unbeaten tourist paths, secret places and how to bargain at the local markets. Join Instructor Giuliana Sica,  a native of romantic Tuscany, for a course in Italian Language and the flavors of La Dolce Vita!

7004   CITAL 011   AGW   6:30PM-8:30PM   Th 4/7 to 5/26   A310   Sica J   $149.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15

World Language - Russian

Conversational Russian I (Mount Vernon Campus)
Introduction to the basics of Russian language in a fun, interactive environment. Learn Cyrillic alphabet, fundamentals of grammar, reading, and conversation from a native speaker. Includes cultural and travel information. Book available in college bookstore: Russian in 10 Minutes a Day.

6269   CRUSS 011   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   T 4/12 to 5/31   N119   Kupriyanova   $149.00  Seats Avail: 25 of 25


Conversational Russian II (Mount Vernon Campus)
Continuation of Conversational Russian I. Students must have completed Conversational Russian I or have instructor permission to participate in this class.

6270   CRUSS 012   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   Th 4/14 to 6/2   N119   Kupriyanova   $149.00  Seats Avail: 25 of 25

World Language - Spanish

Conversational Spanish I (Mount Vernon Campus)
Learn the Spanish sound system, basic vocabulary and simple Spanish grammatical structures as you develop an ability to understand and respond to simple spoken Spanish. Spanish is Fun (Book 1) and workbook required and available at SVC bookstore.

6273   CSPAN 011   AG   6:00PM-8:00PM   T 4/12 to 5/31   N123   Guillen   $149.00  Seats Avail: 25 of 25