Corporate & Community

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Community Edition

Spring 2012 Schedule of Classes
In the Kitchen
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Recreation
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Wine Appreciation
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It’s what you know.

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Table of Contents
Personal Enrichment ..................................... 3
In the Kitchen.................................3 Computer Skills .............................4 Health & Fitness ............................5 Recreation .....................................5 Learn to Swim................................5 Think Green. Live Green................6 Gardening & Landscaping .............6 Home Improvement .......................7 Creative Arts ..................................7 Digital Photography .......................8 Wine Appreciation ..........................8 Active Retirement ..........................9 Dog Obedience..............................9 College & Career ...........................9

Register
Call the main campus Enrollment Center at (618) 468.7000 (8am– 4:30pm Mon–Fri, open until 7:30pm Tue & Wed), the N.O. Nelson Campus at (618) 656.8800, or any Community Education Center (9am–5pm Mon– Thurs, 9am–2pm Fri). Payment must be made by credit card.

By phone.

College for Kids ................................... 10 & 11 Music & Dance ............................................. 12 For People On The Go ................................. 13 Quick Reference Guide ............................... 14 Registration .................................................. 15

Mail the completed registration form (on page 15) along with full payment to: Enrollment Center Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey, IL 62035

 By mail.

Welcome

Bring completed registration form and full payment to the main campus Enrollment Center, the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville, or any Community Education Center. Locations can be found on page 15.

 In person.

Fax completed registration form with credit card information to (618) 656.9515.

 By fax.

It may be cold and blustery when you get this catalog, but spring is just on the horizon. To freshen up your yard for your family’s personal pleasure or to get your place in shape to sell, check out our new lineup of Gardening and Landscaping classes. Also new this spring, we are offering literary skills development if your elementary school–age child is struggling or behind with reading and comprehension. “Ready, Set, Read!” features one–on–one reading improvement sessions where your child will be assessed and his or her unique needs identified, and then will have the undivided attention and support of a highly trained reading specialist. As with our previous catalog, this one is focused on the personal enrichment workshops that can help you and your family stay healthy, have fun and try new hobbies. They are useful and interesting classes without the work or worry that academic credit entails. We have not dropped any of our business, industry and safety courses. Corporate & Community Learning still has a complete curriculum of business education and training to increase office skills and effectiveness, enhance supervisory or management techniques, or help employees be safer on the job. They are in a separate catalog mailed to companies and firms, but you can view an online, searchable version at www.lc.edu/CCL. Click on the catalog view that is titled “Corporate Learning.” With two separate catalogs, we hope you can more quickly and easily find exactly what you are looking for. Please share your thoughts with us – we look forward to your comments on Facebook!

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Mission Statement
To empower people by raising aspirations and fostering achievement through dynamic, compassionate, and responsible learning experiences.
Lewis and Clark Community College insures equal opportunities are offered in the admission, education, and employment of individuals regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, color, creed or religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, military status, sexual orientation, and other protected categories. Any inquiries concerning the application of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination Act, and the Illinois Human Rights Act may be made to: Gary Ayres, Vice President of Administration, Erickson Hall, Room 103, Lewis and Clark Community College, Godfrey, IL 62035, or (618) 468.3000.

Director, Corporate & Community Learning

Kathy Willis

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Pictured, front row from left: Dawn Zedolek, Amy Kozlowski, Jenn Ciavarella, Debbie Creal, Becky Moore, Cassee Lexow, Katie Haas, Kathy Willis Back row from left: Don Hill, Tom Monroe, Terry Lane

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Personal Enrichment
In the Kitchen
Pull–Apart Cakes
Pull–apart cakes, which use cupcakes for a base but are iced together as one cake, are the latest trend in cake decorating! In this one–night, hands–on workshop, you will learn how to create a pull–apart cake and give it that finished look with basic decorating techniques. Serving dessert at your next party will be a breeze with a pull–apart cake. A $5 materials fee for tools and supplies is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the workshop.
CEHG–170–FED60 $20 Fri Mar 30 6–9PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Knife Skills: Chop–Slice–Carve

Classic Crepes

Join us for an evening of hands–on learning! Proper knife skills are the foundation for the efficient cook. We’ll cover topics such as knife selection and proper care as well as learning the chopping, slicing and carving techniques of professional chefs! We’ll even learn a few impressive garnishing techniques and then combine our efforts into creating a delicious stir–fry! Please bring your sharpest chef’s knife and a paring knife.
CEHG–181–FED60 $35 Mon Feb 13 6–9PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Join us for an evening of hands–on fun, while learning to create a delicious French classic! Impress your family and friends with this versatile dish as you learn a variety of ways to fill and serve them for any meal! Featured recipes may include: Classic Crepes, Ratatouille Filling, Apple Filling, Millie Crepe Cake, Brown Sugar Filling and Cream Cheese Filling. Each participant should bring a crepe pan or a small non–stick pan to this workshop.
CEHG–175–FED60 $35 Tue Apr 17 6–9PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Fondant Art for Cupcakes

Betty Parks

Stephanie Vallo

Stephanie Vallo

Anyone can throw sprinkles on cupcakes – but this hands on workshop will teach you how to do much more! From fondant covers and toppers to flowers and characters, you can make these portable cakes fabulous to fit the theme of any celebration! Cake artist Michelle Davenport of Sweet Indulgences will take you through some basic techniques and share some tips and tricks of the art! Each participant will have several cupcakes to decorate and bring home at the end of the night! All materials and supplies are included in the course fee.
CEHG–405–60 $36 Tue Mar 20 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Edible Centerpieces

Looking for a festive centerpiece or a unique gift idea? Edible arrangements are just the thing to spice up any table and impress your family and friends! In this one–night, hands–on workshop, you will learn how to create an edible centerpiece using a mixture of candies and cookies. You’ll arrange the yummy treats using a variety of techniques to create that special look, then take home an edible centerpiece of your own design! A $10 materials fee for tools and supplies is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the workshop.
CEHG–172–FED60 $20 Fri Apr 20 6–9PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Cheese Please!

Learn one of the most simple and versatile sauces in the kitchen! The French call it Mornay, you’ll call it delicious! Learn about cheese selection and create several family favorites based on this one sauce. Featured recipes may include: Simple Stove Top Macaroni & Cheese, Broccoli Cheese Soup, Parmesan Frico, and Chocolate Marscapone Dessert Sauce.
CEHG–180–FED60 $35 Tue Mar 13 6–9PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Fondant Basics for Cakes

Michelle Davenport

Stephanie Vallo

Want to learn how to decorate cakes just like the pros on television? Try your hand at working with fondant alongside baker Michelle Davenport of Sweet Indulgences. You will learn the art of how to cover a cake with fondant and decorate it using the latest tips and tricks, just like Buddy and Duff. Each participant will cover and decorate a cake to take home at the end of the night. All materials and supplies are included in the course fee.
CEHG–399–FED60 $36 Wed Feb 22 6–8PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

How to Start Your Own Cake Business

Cake artist Michelle Davenport takes you through her own experiences while starting Sweet Indulgences. She will share insight and discuss the required skills, supplies, time, money, and logistics of this particular industry along with the pitfalls that can occur. This is a must for anyone who has thought seriously about being the next cake boss!
CEHG–409–60 $16 Tue Apr 10 6–7:30PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Betty Parks

Michelle Davenport

Michelle Davenport

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Spring Cookie Bouquets

Looking for a festive centerpiece or a unique gift idea? Cookie bouquets are just the thing to spice up any table and impress your family and friends! In this one–evening, hands–on workshop, you will learn decorating skills to transform ordinary sugar cookies into edible works of art. You’ll arrange cookies using various techniques to create that special look, then take home a cookie bouquet of your own design! A $5 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the workshop.
CEHG–105–FED60 $16 Fri May 11 6:30–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Ladies Night! The Glam of Cakes

Mothers’ Day, birthdays, bridal showers – these are perfect occasions for a glam cake. Learn how to make a purse cake and accessories to go with it! Cake artist Michelle Davenport of Sweet Indulgences will take you through some basic techniques and share some tips and tricks of the art! Each participant will decorate their own cake to take home at the end of the night! All materials and supplies are included in the course fee.
CEHG–406–60 $36 Tue May 15 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Betty Parks

Michelle Davenport

Hands–on classes with local pros!
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Computer Skills
Meet the Mouse!
Are you new to computers? This class is for you! Meet the mouse and learn all about navigating your way to happy computing. Sharpen your skills with mouse exercises, games and puzzles. Step lightly into an introduction to computers with this class. By the end of this course students will be able to identify the basic parts of the computer and use the keyboard and mouse to navigate the desktop and Internet. No previous computer knowledge is required.
CECC–101–01 $79 Mon/Wed Mar 19–28 1–3PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

To Google & Beyond

Pam Bywater

Think Google is just a search engine? Think again. In this class we will explore the multi–faceted world of Google. Discover Google Earth and Maps with street view to help you get where you are going. Do you like to read and keep up with current events? Google reader is a personalized reading café complete with your favorite news sites and blogs. Google Voice, Talk and Gmail will keep you in touch with family and friends. Google is packed with over 30 different applications for you to explore. This class requires some previous computer knowledge.
CECC–186–N1 $59 Tue/Thu Apr 17–26 1–3PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121 CECC–186–01 $59 Tue/Thu May 1–10 9–11AM Godfrey Campus Trimpe 160

Computer File Management

We have all lost files on our computers! In this half–day, hands–on workshop, you will learn how to organize your files, search for lost files, move files from one place to another, and set system defaults where files get saved. Pre–requisite: Meet the Mouse, Computer Basics, or a basic understanding of the Windows operating systems.
CECC–103–50 $39 Sat Jan 28 9AM–1PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Susan Broadway

Office Overview

Digital Scrapbooking

The Basics of Selling on eBay

Learn some of the basic skills needed in today’s office. This class will cover some of the basic skills needed in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Features covered include setting up letters and labels in Word, spreadsheets with simple formulas in Excel, and slide shows with text and graphics in PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Meet the Mouse or a basic understanding of the Windows operating system.
CECC–120–N1 $79 Wed/Fri Feb 22–Mar 2 9–11AM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Pam Bywater

Facebook for Everyone

Susan Broadway

Word Processing: Practical Use

Everyone can enjoy reaching friends and family members through Facebook. This class will make staying connected to old friends and meeting new ones easy enough for all technological skill levels. You can learn how to create an account, upload photos and videos, post statuses, and maintain your privacy, while getting all the benefits of social networking. Facebook is easy when you know your way around cyberspace.
CECC–184–M60 $55 Thu Mar 8–29 6–8PM Macoupin County Center, MC 106

Do you have digital pictures saved on your computer or camera and are looking for something fun and easy to do with them? Digital Scrapbooking may be the solution for you! In this beginning workshop, you will learn how to use your mouse to “drag and drop” your images into pre–designed templates or templates you design yourself to create a digital album. Bring along your photos on a CD or jump drive. (You should also bring along an empty 1 GB flash drive or CD so you can save your scrapbook.) You’ll want to sign up for this workshop again and again...you’ll learn something new every time!
CEPE–110–60 $25 Wed Feb 15 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160 CEPE–110–N60 $25 Wed Apr 18 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Let an experienced seller teach you the right way to buy and sell on eBay. Learn how to set up an eBay account, create and monitor listings, improve existing listings with better descriptions and digital photography, set pricing, monitor feedback, explore payment options, ship items, and complete transactions. Basic Internet knowledge and an e–mail address are required. This is a 10–hour, hands–on workshop.
CECC–161–N60 $69 Mon Feb 27–Mar 19 6–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Craig Dille

Beyond the Basics: eBay Stores

This course is for the home computer user who wants to learn more about using Microsoft Office Word. You will learn how to open, save, modify, re–save, move, copy, & delete documents; how to make your own letterhead; create letters, labels, lists; create meeting minutes, itineraries, etc. You should be familiar with computer basics and have some keyboarding skills to be successful in this eight hour hands on workshop.
CECC–125–01 $69 Mon/Wed Apr 16–25 1–3PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Louise Jett

Mary Gray

Wired World

What kind of Internet parent are you? Bring your lunch and learn what experts recommend on how to guide your child through the wired world of social media.
CEPE–144–N1 $25 Fri May 4 11:30AM–1PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119 CEPE–144–01 $25 Thu May 10 1:30AM–1PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 101

Movie Maker Magic

Susan Broadway

Kathy Willis

Looking for something creative to do with all those digital pictures saved on your computer or camera? Explore Windows Movie Maker and learn how to import still photos and add titles, video transitions or special effects to create easy, yet impressive movies to share with family and friends. Bring along your photos on a CD or jump drive and you will be able to complete a movie in just 3 hours. You’ll need an empty 1 GB flash drive or blank CD in order to save your final movie.
CEPE–105–N50 $39 Sat Feb 25 10AM–1PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121 CEPE–105–50 $39 Sat Mar 24 10AM–1PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Learn how to start a business and setup your own eBay Store from an Education Specialist trained by eBay! In this all–day workshop, you will learn how to create more professional listings,expedite the selling process, use bidder/buyer management tools, manage your sold items, create sales reports and resolve conflicts. Prerequisite: Basics of Selling on eBay or equivalent experience.
CECC–260–60 $59 Tue Apr 17–24 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Craig Dille

Mary Gray

Need help deciding which class is best for you?
I’m Dawn Zedolek, technology program coordinator for Corporate & Community Learning. Call or email me with your questions (618) 468.5740 or dzedolek@lc.edu

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Health & Fitness
Beginning Tai Chi Chuan Zumba Gold®
Tai Chi is a series of slow, coordinated exercises that promotes longevity and good health. Learn the basic principles and techniques of this traditional Chinese martial art in this class for beginners.
CESC–107–N60 $99 Thu Jan 26–May 10 7–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Recreation
Easy Riders
Never ridden a horse? Used to ride years ago and need a riding refresher? Come join the Easy Riders class for adults! In this 4 week class, learn how to be more comfortable and safe around horses while learning how to ride with style and confidence. Riders may choose either an English or Western style saddle. Lesson horses are well–trained and kind–hearted. Riders will be contacted by the instructor prior to the start date to discuss class requirements. (Class size is limited to maximize one–on–one instruction.)
CEPE–128–F50 $99 Sun Apr 29–May 20 12–1:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Anne Gricevich

Continuing Tai Chi Chuan

Continue your study of this ancient form of Chinese exercise as you refine your techniques and learn additional movements. Prerequisite: Beginning Tai Chi Chuan.
CESC–207–N60 $99 Thu Jan 26–May 10 8–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Zumba Gold® targets the largest growing segment of the population: baby boomers. It takes the Zumba® formula and modifies the moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active older participant, as well as those just starting their journey to a fit and healthy lifestyle. What stays the same are all the elements the Zumba Fitness–Party is known for: the zesty Latin music, like Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia and Reggaeton; the exhilarating, easy–to–follow moves; and the invigorating, party–like atmosphere. Active older adults want camaraderie, excitement and fitness as a regular part of their weekly schedule. Zumba Gold® is the perfect fit. It’s a dance–fitness class that feels friendly, and most of all, fun.
CESC–180–01 $45 Mon Jan 23–Mar 12 9–10AM

Intermediate Golf

Lesa Teepe

Build on the basic fundamentals and take your golf game to the next level. This will include working on consistency with ball flight, direction and distance, learning how far you hit each club, developing a consistent Preshot Routine, learning good Course Management and working on short game variations. You will still spend time on the range, however, now it’s time to learn how to really play golf on the course. This is the only place you can really learn to play the game. Alongside instructor and LPGA member, Laura McCune, you will receive individual coaching and support as you progress through all phases of the game. Bring your clubs if you have them or they will be provided upon request.
CESC–210–F60 $99 Thu Apr 12–May 17 6:30–8PM Rolling Hills Golf Course, Godfrey

Golf for Beginners

Anne Gricevich

CESC–180–02 $45 Mon Mar 19–May 7 9–10AM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Ana House

Yoga Fit

Yoga is a good practice for everyone. Yoga helps relieve stress, increase vitality, and improve mind, body and spiritual unity. This course introduces a system of yoga postures presented in a thoughtful, progressive practice designed to increase strength, stamina, flexibility, coordination, balance and focus. The class can accommodate all skill levels from beginning to advanced. Students will need to wear athletic clothing and bring a yoga mat.
CESC–150–01 $99 Mon/Wed Jan 18–Mar 7 12–12:50PM

Heartsaver CPR

This American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR course is intended for individuals who work in non–healthcare related fields. CPR includes adult, child, and infant one–rescuer CPR, rescue breathing using a mask for the adult and child, and management of a person who is choking. (This course does not include First Aid.) Participants who complete the course will receive an American Heart Association Heartsaver Adult, Child, and Infant CPR completion card valid for two years.
CESC–102–N60 $45 Thu May 3 5–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 207

From tee to green, beginning golfers will learn the fundamentals of the game including swing, putting, chipping, pitching, club selection, rules and course etiquette in this 6–week course. Alongside instructor and LPGA member, Laura McCune, you will receive individual coaching and support as you progress through all phases of the game. Bring your clubs if you have them or they will be provided upon request.
CESC–110–F60 $99 Tue Apr 10–May 15 6:30–8PM Rolling Hills Golf Course, Godfrey

Laura McCune

Introduction to Kung Fu

This course will explore the basics of Northern Shaolin Kung Fu including fitness training, flexibility, power and speed. Participants will learn and practice martial arts techniques for long, mid and short range situations alongside master trainer, Tom Englert.
CESC–178–N60 $55 Mon Feb 27–May 7 6:30–7:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Laura McCune

Tom Englert

CESC–150–02 $99 Mon/Wed Mar 19–May 9 12–12:50PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Kevin Wellhausen

Marcy Bosoluke

Progressive Yoga

Intro to Healing Touch

Yoga relieves stress, increases vitality and stamina, and unites body, mind and spirit. This course emphasizes a system of yoga postures, requiring physical and mental discipline designed to increase strength, flexibility, coordination, balance, and focus. This intermediate level yoga class builds on the postures and breathing exercises learned in beginning yoga, progressing to more challenging postures. [Offered concurrently with PHED–151.]
CESC–151–60 $104 Mon Jan 23–May 7 5–6:40PM

CESC–151–61 $104 Wed Jan 18–May 9 5–6:40PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Healing Touch is an energy therapy that supports self–healing in individuals. It is based upon healing arts concepts and holistic principals that acknowledge the body–mind–spirit connection existing innately within each person. Learn effective and practical self–care methods and tools for stress reduction, relaxation and restoring harmony and balance. The practice of Healing Touch is known to decrease pain, anxiety and other stress, and create a sense of peace and well–being. Learn how Healing Touch can help in your personal life and your professional practice. This workshop is open to anyone. It is approved for 3 contact hours of continuing education for nurses and massage therapists.
CEPD–713–N60 $50 Tue Feb 28 6–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Learn to Swim
Water Exercise
Get into shape in a refreshing new way. Designed for both swimmers and non– swimmers, this aquatic exercise class is held in the shallow end of the pool. Each class period includes times for individual aquatic activities and/or lap swimming at the end of the exercise.
$35 CESW–001–A1 CESW–001–A2 CESW–001–A3 CESW–001–A6 CESW–001–B1 CESW–001–B2 CESW–001–B3 CESW–001–B6 Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Jan 17–Mar 8 Jan 17–Mar 8 Jan 17–Mar 8 Jan 17–Mar 8 Mar 20–May 10 Mar 20–May 10 Mar 20–May 10 Mar 20–May 10 8–9AM 9–10AM 10–11AM 7:45–8:45PM 8–9AM 9–10AM 10–11AM 7:45–8:45PM

Adult Learn to Swim

This is a basic course for non–swimmers and very new swimmers (and those who have fear of the water!). Small group sessions are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors in a relaxed atmosphere with one– on–one assistance as needed. In addition to the obvious health benefits from this class, you can achieve more self confidence as a swimmer.
$35 CESW–005–A6 Wed CESW–005–A50 Sat CESW–005–B6 Wed CESW–005–B50 Sat Hatheway Pool Jan 18–Mar 7 Jan 21–Mar 10 Mar 21–May 9 Mar 24–May 12 6:50–7:35PM 8:30–9:15AM 6:50–7:35PM 8:30–9:15AM

Betsy Smith

Yogalates

Deb Klueter

Yogalates is a mind/body class for people who can’t hold still! An alternative to traditional yoga and Pilates, this format is ideal for those who find traditional yoga and Pilates intimidating or restrictive. This hybrid workout combines mind/body practices, as well as principles of sport stretch, strength training and dynamic movement to improve strength, flexibility, balance, core stability, and reduce stress while constantly flowing from one exercise to the next. Previous yoga or Pilates experience is helpful, but not necessary. [Offered concurrently with PHED–176.]
CESC–176–60 $104 Tue/Thu Jan 17–May 10 5–5:50PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Healing Touch Level 1

Richard Hobin

Creating healing relationships through Healing Touch, Level 1 is the first level of Healing Touch (HT) which can progress toward a certificate of completion in HT. If desired, after obtaining a certificate of completion an individual may apply for Certification. HT is an energy therapy utilizing non–invasive techniques to support and facilitate physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health, and self–healing in individuals. HT is endorsed by the American and the Canadian Holistic Nurses Associations. This class allows persons with varying backgrounds to enter, acknowledge their previous leanings and to further develop concepts and skills in energy–based therapy. We will explore energy system concepts related to health, the basics of the human energy system including the energy field, energy centers, and their location and functions. The class also includes learning techniques for centering and maintaining energy flow, assessment of the energy field and energy centers, and principals and practice of HT. Specific HT interventions will be discussed and experienced. Principals of self–healing, personal development of the HT practitioner and the legal and professional aspects of touch therapies are explored. This workshop is open to anyone desiring an in– depth understanding of healing work using energy–based concepts. It is approved for 16 contact hours of continuing education for nurses and massage therapists.
CEPD–714–N50 $365 Sat/Sun Apr 14 & 15 9AM–6:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

$40 CESW–003–A1 M/W/F CESW–003–B1 M/W/F Hatheway Pool

Jan 18–Mar 9 8–9AM Mar 19–May 11 8–9AM

Aqua Dance Party

Arthritis Exercise

Improve your flexibility and mobility in this gentle exercise class. Designed for swimmers and non–swimmers, each class period includes time for individual exercise activities and/or lap swimming. Classes are held in the shallow end of the Hatheway Pool on the Godfrey Campus.
$35 CESW–002–A6 Mon/Wed CESW–002–B6 Mon/Wed $40 CESW–004–A1 M/W/F CESW–004–B1 M/W/F Hatheway Pool Jan 18–Mar 7 7:45–8:45PM Mar 19–May 9 7:45–8:45PM

Jump into the easy–to–follow, calorie– burning, dance fitness party that makes working out a splash. Designed for both swimmers and non–swimmers, this aquatic exercise class is held in the shallow end of the pool. Accompanied by fun, upbeat music, Aqua Dance Party incorporates dance and fitness moves and makes it fun for anyone who wants to exercise in the water.
$35 CESW–211–60 Wed CESW–211–A50 Sat CESW–211–61 Wed CESW–211–B50 Sat Hatheway Pool Jan 18–Mar 7 Jan 21–Mar 10 Mar 21–May 9 Mar 24–May 12 6–6:45PM 7:30–8:15AM 6–6:45PM 7:30–8:15AM

Jan 18–Mar 9 1–2PM Mar 19–May 11 1–2PM

Lynn Placek

Corporate & Community Learning

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Join the faculty, staff and students at Lewis and Clark Community College to develop an environmental sustainability plan to suit your lifestyle. Try one of these classes to get you started! Introduction to Green Building & Remodeling Weatherization Basics
This class will show the simpler energy upgrades that you can perform yourself, from air–sealing to insulating, based on the training for contractors in the Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program. At the end of this course, students should be able to choose and install basic energy–efficient materials, likely resulting in enough energy savings to reimburse the cost of the class.
CEGR–108–E60 $55 Tue Mar 20 & 27 6–8PM Workforce Education Center, Bethalto, BE 200

Whether you’re building a new home or remodeling an existing one, this workshop is designed to teach homeowners the basics of High Performance Green Building. Participants will learn how to make their home more energy efficient and environmentally friendly which can reduce household expenses and decrease the effect on climate change. Instructor Don Dieckmann will share tips on green building techniques including solar energy, water conservation, wind turbines, heating, cooling, lighting and protection against harmful mold and gasses. Don has more than 30 years experience in construction, property management and home inspection.
CEGR–102–N60 $49 Tue/Thu Mar 6 & 8 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 205

Introduction to Green Living

Don Dieckmann

This introductory course takes the fuzzy concept of what it means to be green and puts it into a useful perspective. It will provide an overview of how our culture brought us to a need for change, plus details for a move toward green living. Learn how you can help put your home, business, and community back on track for a cleaner, healthier, more sustainable world. Course fee includes a reference book.
CEGR–105–N60 $65 Mon Mar 5 & 12 5:30–9:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

Photovoltaic Design & Installation

Phillip Hudson

Don Dieckmann

Build an Electric Vehicle

Are you considering an electric vehicle conversion? This class is designed to prepare you for the challenge of converting an internal combustion engine vehicle into an EV. Using a recently converted S–10 pickup, instructor and ASE Master Tech certified Scott Aljets will demonstrate the key components of an electric vehicle conversion. Topics of discussion will include recent history of electric vehicles, government influence, safety, batteries, wiring, drivetrain and chassis options. Course fee includes a reference book.
CEGR–104–60 $99 Thu Apr 5–May 10 6:30–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 158

This 32–hour course provides an introduction to the basic principles of photovoltaic (solar) design, installation guidelines,and safety issues involved with photovoltaic power systems. Student technicians will learn the basics of sizing a residential battery–less grid–tied system,wire sizing, over–current protection and grounding, and review fundamental design criteria for off–grid stand–alone systems including specifying batteries, controllers, and battery–based inverters. Learners will develop a basic understanding of the core concepts necessary to work with both residential and commercial PV systems. This workshop is designed for individuals seeking employment within the growing solar industry, for homeowners wanting to install systems on their own homes, or anyone interested in learning more about this emerging technology.
CEPD–510–50 $495 Fri/Sat Feb 3–25 6–9PM (Fri), 9AM–3PM (Sat) Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 271

Greening Your Home

Are you interested in making your home cleaner and greener for yourself, your family and the planet? This workshop will introduce you to the basic environmental challenges we all face at home, and offer simple, easy–to–understand solutions. Course fee includes an essential reference book that contains the tips, techniques, and suggestions you need to “go green” at home!
CEGR–106–N60 $65 Mon Apr 2 & 9 5:30–9:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

Greening Your Business

This new green workshop offers business owners practical steps to create a sustainable work environment. Participants will learn how to reduce resource consumption, streamline waste management, green information technology systems, and more. Course fee includes a reference book that will help green novices and experts alike make simple yet significant changes that will drive measurable savings.
CEGR–107–N60 $65 Mon May 7 & 14 5:30–9:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

Phillip Hudson

Phillip Hudson

Grid Tie Photovoltaic Design

Mike Morgan & Jim Duffey

This 32–hour course presents competencies and expected outcomes for advanced photovoltaic (solar panel) design and grid tied installations. Participants apply the standards presented in the National Electrical Code (NEC) as they perform grid interface calculations,ground considerations and wire sizing. Students will perform evaluations of a photovoltaic system under various operating systems. Participants will also develop skills in evaluating batteries, their sizing, charge controllers and hybrid systems. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Photovoltaic Design & Installation or permission of the instructor.
CEPD–610–50 $595 Fri/Sat Mar 9–31 6–9PM (Fri), 9AM–3PM (Sat) Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 271

Scott Aljets

Mike Morgan & Jim Duffey

For more information about Lewis and Clark’s sustainability initiatives, visit www.lc.edu/green

Gardening & Landscaping

Tim Reed
Tim Reed may have the greenest thumb you’ve ever seen! While College for Kids students may know him for his enthusiastic animal science classes, this semester adults can enjoy the other side of his agricultural excitement by taking Introduction to Floral Design, Intro to Landscaping, and Intro to Container Gardening and Landscaping. His passion for plants and animals has taken him as far as Pushkin, Russia where he studied not only agriculture, but Russian language, culture and science. He has also taught in the area since 1994 winning several Excellence in Teaching awards, and is currently teaching Agriculture at Southwestern Community Unit District #9. He looks forward to helping you meet your need for green this spring.

Introduction NEW! to Floral Design

Have you ever looked at an arrangement of flowers that took your breath away? In this class you’ll learn basic design principles, design your own vase arrangement, boutonnieres, corsages, and centerpieces. You’ll be able to take your masterpieces home and possibly take the breath away from friends and family. Course fee includes most materials and supplies needed for projects; participants will need to bring in containers.
CEHG–500–60 $95 Tue Mar 13–Apr 3 6–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3520

Intro to Landscaping Principles

The first thing people see when they visit your home is your yard, so you want it to look it’s best. By learning the basic principles of landscaping, care and maintenance, and design, your yard can be the envy of the neighborhood.
CEHG–501–60 $49 Tue Apr 10–24 6–8:30PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3520

NEW!

Tim Reed

Tim Reed

Intro to Container Gardening/Landscaping
Want to start a garden in your patio or other small space? In this class you will not only learn how to plant in a container, you will leave with your very first herb or vegetable garden.
CEHG–502–60 $45 Tue May 8 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3520

NEW!

Tim Reed

Green Myths Debunked!
Myth: Investing in landscaping won’t pay off in the long run. Fact: A study conducted by Virginia Tech University concluded that landscaping does pay off – and the more sophisticated the better. House values with well landscaped green spaces increased from 5.5 percent to 11.4 percent, meaning a home worth $150,000 with no landscaping could be worth up to $19,050 more with some mature trees, bushes and flowers. Source: Project EverGreen, www.about.com

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Home Improvement
Carpentry Basics
Save on home repair and maintenance bills by learning how to do it yourself! This hands–on workshop will focus on basic carpentry skills that can be used in your home, business or investment property. Discussion will cover the necessary tools and supplies needed to complete simple carpentry projects including re–screening a door, installing a deadbolt and hanging shelves.
CEHG–164–60 $19 Tue Feb 28 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 156

Plumbing Made Easy

This do–it–yourself workshop is designed to give you the knowledge and confidence to safely perform basic plumbing repairs around your home. Learn how to diagnose and fix common problems associated with pipes, faucets and toilets.
CEHG–107–60 $19 Tue Mar 27 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 156

Home Staging 101

Chuck Herring

Chuck Herring

Have you ever wondered how professional home stagers are able to transform spaces from drab to fab? In Home Staging 101 you will learn tips and tricks to help you stage your home to sell quickly and for top dollar or just for fun to prepare your home for the holidays. During this 3–session course, students will learn how to stage their homes by spending little or no money. At the end of session 2, students will be asked to stage one room in their homes, take pictures and discuss their redesign on the last night of class. A $30 gift card to Michaels will be awarded to the best design.
CEHG–205–N50 $39 Sat Mar 10–24 10–11:30AM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Kimberly Willis

Creative Arts
Decorative Painting: Wood Art
What fun it is to accent your home with things you have made yourself! In this hands–on workshop, you will learn how to prep wood surfaces and decorate them by applying patterns, base coats, shading, highlighting and more. You will also learn how to use acrylic paint to antique wood and give it that rustic charm. One project will be completed plus additional projects as time allows. A $10 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the workshop.
CEAC–129–01 $25 Mon Mar 19 12:30–4PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Decorative Painting: Garden Art

Garden Stepping Stone

Brighten your home – indoors and out –with these garden inspired, hand–painted projects! Learn various Tole painting techniques that will enable you to paint on tin, wood, glass, vinyl, plastic and other surfaces. You will learn how to transfer patterns, shade, highlight and use various brush stroke methods. Designed for the beginner or even the experienced painter. One project will be completed plus additional projects as time allows. A $10 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the workshop.
CEAC–229–01 $25 Mon Apr 16 12:30–4PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Enjoy sprucing up your patio area or creating a one–of–a–kind gift. In this hands–on workshop, participants will design a unique stepping stone using colored art glass and cement pavers. Students will learn mosaic techniques including application, glass cutting, and grouting, under the instruction of local artist Lynne Ulett of Alton Stain Glass Works. Browse the store website at www.altonartglass.com for a sneak peek of her high quality glass masterpieces. All tools and materials are included in the course fee.
CEAC–133–F60 $95 Thu Mar 8–29 7–9PM Alton Stained Glass Works

Gloria Darr

Lynne Ulett

Gloria Darr

Scrapbooking Mini–Convention
Feed your crafty soul in this brand new weekend event at Lewis and Clark! This mini–convention is designed to provide you with plenty of time and space to work on your latest scrapbooking projects. Representatives from Creative Memories® and Stampin’ Up® will be demonstrating new techniques and products throughout the weekend. A computer lab will also be open for your digital projects. So, load up the supplies, projects and friends for a great weekend of scrapbooking! Registration fee includes dinner on Friday and lunch and dinner on Saturday. The mini–convention will be held on the Godfrey campus in Trimpe 141.
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To register for this special event, contact Katie Haas at 618.468.5750 or ksledge@lc.edu. Registration deadline is February 24.

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Digital Photography
Snapshots No More: Basics to Better Photography
Learn to use your digital camera to create more interesting photographs of family and friends using composition basics. Learn about different types of photography and composition strategies – your photography will go from snapshots to art in just a couple hours! You will take a photo safari to trying things out with an instructor present. Be sure to bring the following: camera, memory cards and card readers, a blank CD and your camera’s user’s manual.
CEPE–421–50 $35 Sat Feb 11 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160 CEPE–421–N50 $35 Sat Apr 28 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Beyond Pointing & Shooting: DSLR Features

Photography Essentials

So you took the leap from a point and shoot camera to a DSLR, what do you do now? Learn what all those buttons, dials and menu options are and how to use them effectively to get the most out of your digital SLR camera. Learn how and when to use each shooting mode (Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and yes, even Manual Mode!) and take your photographs from snapshots to art! You will take a photo safari to trying things out with an instructor present. Be sure to bring the following: camera, memory cards and card readers, a blank CD and your camera’s user’s manual.
CEPE–423–50 $35 Sat Mar 10 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160 CEPE–423–N50 $35 Sat May 12 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

So you’ve got a digital camera, now what? Are your images too dark, too light, too blurry? Help is here! In this workshop, Master Photographer Mike Nichols will demystify the aspects of your digital camera. Subjects covered will include ISO settings, aperture, shutter speed, lens choices, lighting issues, and archiving. You’ll need your camera and owner’s manual. Through voluntary participation in practice sessions you will have the opportunity to learn from images that fall short of your expectations. Come explore how your camera can give you the images you’ve always wanted.
CEPE–127–N60 $49 Wed Mar 14–28 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Hands–On Photo Shoot

Nichols Photography

Movie Maker Magic

Break out of the standard classroom and explore the adventurous photographer within during this fun, interactive photography workshop. Whether photography is your hobby or necessary for your profession, this hands–on photo shoot will help you take better photos. The class will hit the great outdoors to capture outstanding photos of interesting and commonplace subjects. Students will learn how to frame the shot, get the most out of their cameras, shoot from interesting angles, choose the correct settings, use proper lighting, easy photography techniques, rules about consent forms and more. After taking photos, students will head to the computer lab and learn how to save photos in proper formats,adjust contrast and color, properly crop photos, and more. Don’t forget to bring your digital camera and transfer cable!
CEPE–134–M50 $49 Sat Apr 28 9AM–4PM Macoupin County Center, Carlinville,MC 106

Dixie Gausling

Dixie Gausling

Hidden Benefits of Creativity
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Improved Health Higher Morale Increased Exuberance Increased Social Life Decreased Loneliness Increased Optimism

Looking for something creative to do with all those digital pictures saved on your computer or camera? Explore Windows Movie Maker and learn how to import still photos and add titles, video transitions or special effects to create easy, yet impressive movies to share with family and friends. Bring along your photos on a CD or jump drive and you will be able to complete a movie in just 3 hours. You’ll need an empty 1 GB flash drive or blank CD in order to save your final movie.
CEPE–105–N50 $39 Sat Feb 25 10AM–1PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121 CEPE–105–50 $39 Sat Mar 24 10AM–1PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Louise Jett

Digital Scrapbooking

Mary Gray

Do you have digital pictures saved on your computer or camera and are looking for something fun and easy to do with them? Digital Scrapbooking may be the solution for you! In this beginning workshop, you will learn how to use your mouse to “drag and drop” your images into pre–designed templates or templates you design yourself to create a digital album. Bring along your photos on a CD or jump drive. (You should also bring along an empty 1 GB flash drive or CD so you can save your scrapbook.) You’ll want to sign up for this workshop again and again...you’ll learn something new every time!
CEPE–110–60 $25 Wed Feb 15 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160 CEPE–110–N60 $25 Wed Apr 18 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Mary Gray

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Wine Appreciation
Italian Wine Dinner
Explore Italy without ever leaving home! Join host Len Scaturro for an evening of flavorful Italian cuisine and wines. You will learn about premium wines from the quality growing regions of Italy as they are served with each dish. Must be 21 to enroll.
CEHG–149–F6 $39 Wed Feb 8 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

French Wine Dinner

Join sommelier Len Scaturro for an educational and tasty evening of fine French food and wines. Authentic cuisine will be paired with premium French wines from the great growing regions of France. Must be 21 to enroll.
CEHG–147–F6 $39 Wed Mar 21 7–9 pm Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Red Zin Barbecue

Len Scaturro

Len Scaturro

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CEHG–151–F6 $39 Wed Apr 18 7–9PM Crushed Grapes, Edwardsville

Red zinfandels are big, brash wines that go well with barbecue and strongly flavored dishes. Their fresh–picked juiciness mirror the flavors of a sweet barbecue sauce. Taste and learn about the best red zins as you enjoy a hearty pre–summer barbecue with host Len Scaturro at Crushed Grapes. Food and wine are included. Must be 21 to enroll.

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(Wine & Cheese Pairings) was a great class! It’s the third one I’ve attended and I’m always introduced to something new.

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Dog Obedience
Dog Gone Good!
In this beginner obedience class, dog owners will learn how to get and keep their dog’s attention, how to give voice and hand commands, how to heel their dogs on a loose leash and find help with common dog behavior problems. Owners will learn how to teach their dogs the basic commands of sit, down, stay, wait, heel and leave it. Class is open to dogs that are at least six months old, neutered/spayed, and are up–to–date on their vaccinations. Dog should be worked on a regular collar, Gentle Leader or Halti. No chain, choke or pinch collars allowed. Dog owners are responsible for bringing pet cleaning supplies in case of accidents. Instructor Jason Chapman is a certified American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen evaluator and experienced trainer.
CEPE–115–60 $75 Mon Mar 12–Apr 23 Godfrey Campus 7–8PM

Weather
SKYWARN
Learn to spot severe storms and tornados as they are developing. Learn how to properly find safe shelter. The SKYWARN seminar is taught by a representative from the National Weather Service in St. Louis. This seminar is open to the public. There is no fee but attendees must register before the seminar or at the door.
CEPE–126–50 FREE Sat Mar 3 8:30AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 141

John Nell

Jason Chapman

College & Career Success
46% of the students who participated in the Academic Refresher raised their scores enough to move to a higher level course, saving parents over $17,000 in tuition.

On Your Own: From College to Career

You’ve worked hard to finish college and begin life “in the real world.” But now that you’ve made it to this point, how do you start this new life? In this class, you will learn about finding your first job, creating a budget, and balancing your life and work. This is a must for all college graduates or those planning to graduate soon.
CEPE–143–60 $59 Thu Mar 22 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1505

Math Academic Refresher

Cassandra Campbell

NEW!

Get a jump start to your college career in this two week program! Save time and money by improving your placement scores in Reading, English, and Math. This enrichment program offers a pre–curriculum education through classroom and online learning materials. Students will also be given an up close introduction to the layout of the college and basic resources that will help them to be a more successful student. At the end of this session, the opportunity will be given to retake the placement test to determine whether they qualify for the next level of course work.
CEPE–200–01 $129 Mon–Fri Mar 19–30 3–5:30PM Godfrey Campus, Science Bldg. 113

English Academic Refresher

Get a jump start to your college career in this two week program! Save time and money by improving your placement scores in Reading, English, and Math. This enrichment program offers a pre–curriculum education through classroom and online learning materials. Students will also be given an up close introduction to the layout of the college and basic resources that will help them to be a more successful student. At the end of this session, the opportunity will be given to retake the placement test to determine whether they qualify for the next level of course work.
CEPE–300–01 $129 Mon–Fri Apr 16–27 3–5:30PM Godfrey Campus, Science Bldg. 113

Active Retirement
Social Security: Getting the Most
Have you ever wondered when the best time to start your Social Security benefit could be? It may not always be the day after you retire. This informational workshop is designed to guide you through various strategies on how to help maximize your Social Security benefit. Presented by one of the leading financial experts in the Riverbend, you will learn about the Social Security benefit value, the risks of early versus late retirement, spousal considerations and disability and death benefits. This knowledge helps lay the foundation for a successful retirement and could aid you in maintaining your current lifestyle. Pre–registration is required, no walk–ins please.
CEAR–103–N60 $5 Tue Mar 20 6:30–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsvile, N4 119 CEAR–103–60 $5 Tue Apr 24 6:30–8PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 2502

Short Stories & Memoirs

Zumba Gold®

Want to get back to unforgettable days in your life; back to moments you’ve wished could last forever? Now, you can! You will learn to write your short stories and memoirs with passionate details that will give you and others the feeling of being in those sentimental times once again.
CEAR–105–N60 $119 Tue/Thu Apr 10–May 8 4:30–6:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Kimberly Fifer–Miller

Event Coordinating

Tyler Schaper

Get the tools and ideas needed to successfully plan and coordinate any event: banquets, weddings, reunions, parties, and more. You’ll go from brainstorming to planning; from planning to recruiting; from recruiting to directing; from directing to executing; from executing to completion. All of these steps will lead to your very own successful event!
CEAR–106–N60 $119 Tue/Thu Apr 10–May 8 7–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 121

Zumba Gold® targets the largest growing segment of the population: baby boomers. It takes the Zumba® formula and modifies the moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active older participant, as well as those just starting their journey to a fit and healthy lifestyle. What stays the same are all the elements the Zumba Fitness–Party is known for: the zesty Latin music, like Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia and Reggaeton; the exhilarating, easy–to–follow moves; and the invigorating, party–like atmosphere. Active older adults want camaraderie, excitement and fitness as a regular part of their weekly schedule. Zumba Gold® is the perfect fit. It’s a dance–fitness class that feels friendly, and most of all, fun.
CESC–180–01 $45 Mon Jan 23–Mar 12 9–10AM

The Language & NEW! Culture of Mexico
Can’t make it south of the border? This five week class will be the next best thing. With an emphasis on culture, art and language that you would encounter when visiting Central and South America and taught by a native from the area, The Language and Culture of Mexico will open your eyes to a world you would have to travel far to see. In 5 weeks you’ll see artwork, learn basic language skills and experience the rich culture that’s found just south of us.
CEPE–103–N60 $69 Wed Feb 22–Mar 21 6:30–8:30PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

Claudia Gramaglia

CESC–180–02 $45 Mon Mar 19–May 7 9–10AM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Ana House

Kimberly Fifer–Miller

A study by the National Institute on Aging found that seniors who maintain an active lifestyle –physically, mentally and socially – remain independent longer, feel more contented and fulfilled, and experience an improved quality of life.

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College for Kids
Swim
For ages 6 to 18 months

Dance
Swim Levels 1–5
For ages 6 & up
Children will be skill tested on the first day of class to determine which level they are in. A wide variety of skills will be learned and as they progress through the levels, new skills are learned and old ones are refined. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors.
$44 CECK–091–1A Tue/Thu CECK–091–5A Tue/Thu CECK–091–A50 Sat CECK–091–A6 Mon CECK–091–A7 Mon CECK–091–2A Tue/Thu CECK–091–6A Tue/Thu CECK–091–B6 Mon CECK–091–B7 Mon CECK–091–3A Tue/Thu CECK–091–7A Tue/Thu CECK–091–B50 Sat CECK–091–4A Tue/Thu CECK–091–8A Tue/Thu Hatheway Pool Jan 17–Feb 9 Jan 17–Feb 9 Jan 21–Mar 10 Jan 23–Mar 5 Jan 23–Mar 5 Feb 14–Mar 8 Feb 14–Mar 8 Mar 19–May 7 Mar 19–May 7 Mar 20–Apr 12 Mar 20–Apr 12 Mar 24–May 12 Apr 17–May 10 Apr 17–May 10 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 11:30AM–12:15PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 11:30AM–12:15PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM

Water Babies I

This class promotes water adjustment, not necessarily swimming, for babies and toddlers 6 to 18 months old. A parent or other responsible adult must be present and in the water at all times during the class. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Children should wear swim diapers or snug training pants under their swimsuits.
$44 CECK–088–A50 Sat CECK–088–B50 Sat No class Apr 7 Hatheway Pool Jan 21–Mar 10 9:15–10AM Mar 24–May 12 9:15–10AM

Pre–K Begin to Dance: Level 1
For ages 3 to 5
The Begin to Dance program for preschoolers combines dance, tap and acrobatics instruction with educational concepts in a way that boosts self– confidence and self–esteem. New skills are introduced as children progress each week. Children should wear dance attire – leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons – no denim allowed. This program is designed for children ages 3–5 who are new to the world of dance or have less than one year of experience.
CECK–127–01 $75 Thu Jan 19–Mar 8 CECK–107–50 $70 Sat Jan 21–Mar 10 No class Feb 18 & 25 CECK–127–02 $75 Thu Mar 22–May 10 12:30–1:30PM

Learn to Dance
For ages 5 to 8
This new dance program combines your child’s love of movement with socialization, to build self–confidence and self–esteem. Young dancers will learn the basics of ballet, tap and jazz and build upon that foundation of skills with each lesson. Children should wear dance attire – leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons – no denim allowed. This program is designed for children ages 5–8 who have completed one or more levels of Begin to Dance or have previous experience in dance or tumbling.
CECK–307–50 $100 Sat Jan 21–Mar 10 12–1:30PM No class Feb 18 & 25 CECK–307–51 $100 Sat Mar 24–May 5 12–1:30PM No class Apr 28 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Water Babies II

For ages 18 months to 3 years

This class promotes water adjustment, not necessarily swimming, for babies and toddlers 18 months to 3 years old. A parent or other responsible adult must be present and in the water at all times during the class. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Children should wear swim diapers or snug training pants under their swimsuits.
$44 CECK–089–A50 Sat CECK–089–B50 Sat No class Apr 7 Hatheway Pool Jan 21–Mar 10 10–10:45AM Mar 24–May 12 10–10:45AM

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Sara Miller
12:30–1:30PM

Swim Level 6
For ages 6 & up
The objective of level 6 is to refine strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Level 6 has also been revamped to include several components such as Personal Water Safety, Fundamentals of Diving, Fitness Swimming, and Lifeguard Readiness. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Prerequisite: Must have completed level 5.
$44 CECK–092–A50 Sat CECK–092–A6 Mon CECK–092–B6 Mon CECK–092–B50 Sat Hatheway Pool Jan 21–Mar 10 Jan 23–Mar 5 Mar 19–May 7 Mar 24–May 12 12:15–1PM 6:45–7:30PM 6:45–7:30PM 12:15–1PM

CECK–107–51 $70 Sat Mar 24–May 5 10–11AM No class Apr 28 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Sara Miller

Preschool Swim
For ages 3 to 5
Learn water safety, personal safety, physical and mental adjustments to the water, buoyancy, body position and basic water skills such as front and back floating, with a goal of coordinating a beginning crawl and elementary back stroke. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors.
$44 CECK–090–1A Tue/Thu CECK–090–5A Tue/Thu CECK–090–A50 Sat CECK–090–A6 Mon CECK–090–A7 Mon CECK–090–2A Tue/Thu CECK–090–6A Tue/Thu CECK–090–B6 Mon CECK–090–B7 Mon CECK–090–3A Tue/Thu CECK–090–7A Tue/Thu CECK–090–B50 Sat CECK–090–4A Tue/Thu CECK–090–8A Tue/Thu Hatheway Pool Jan 17–Feb 9 Jan 17–Feb 9 Jan 21–Mar 10 Jan 23–Mar 5 Jan 23–Mar 5 Feb 14–Mar 8 Feb 14–Mar 8 Mar 19–May 7 Mar 19–May 7 Mar 20–Apr 12 Mar 20–Apr 12 Mar 24–May 12 Apr 17–May 10 Apr 17–May 10 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 10:45–11:30AM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM 10:45–11:30AM 6–6:45PM 6:45–7:30PM

Pre–K Begin to Dance: Level 2
For ages 4 to 6
The Begin to Dance program for preschoolers combines dance, tap and acrobatics instruction with educational concepts in a way that boosts self– confidence and self–esteem. New skills are introduced as children progress each week. Children should wear dance attire – leotard and tights, ballet shoes with elastic straps, black tap shoes with ribbons – no denim allowed. Level 2 is designed for children ages 4–6 who have completed one year of Begin to Dance Level 1 or have previous experience in dance or tumbling.
CECK–227–01 $75 Thu Jan 19–Mar 8 CECK–207–50 $70 Sat Jan 21–Mar 10 No class Feb 18 & 25 CECK–227–02 $75 Thu Mar 22–May 10 2–3PM

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CECK–207–51 $70 Sat Mar 24–May 5 11AM–12PM No class Apr 28 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

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Recreation
ZumbAtomic®
For ages 9 and up
Sure, chillin’ out is cool. But rockin’ out is a blast! That’s why you’re gonna love the ZumbAtomic® fitness program for kids. It’s a fast–forward fusion of popular Zumba® moves like salsa, cumbia, reggaeton and hip–hop and high–octane workouts designed to let kids max out on fun and fitness all at the same time. Safe and effective, kids can’t wait to get into the ZumbAtomic® groove. Through a variety of dance workouts, games, step breakdowns and kid choreographed routines, their energy and fitness levels will soar as they progress.
CECK–113–60 $38 Thu Feb 2–Mar 8 6–6:45PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Junior Golf: Level 1
For ages 8 to 15
Embrace an active lifestyle by learning the fundamentals of the game including swing, putting, chipping, pitching, club selection, rules and course etiquette. Alongside instructor and LPGA member Laura McCune, junior golfers will receive individual coaching and support as they progress through this 6–week course. Bring your clubs if you have them or they will be provided upon request.
CECK–182–F60 $99 Sat Apr 14–May 19 9:30–11AM Rolling Hills Golf Course, Godfrey

Junior Golf: Level 2
For ages 8 to 15
Build on the basic fundamentals and take your golf game to the next level. This will include working on consistency with ball flight, direction and distance, learning how far you hit each club, developing a consistent Preshot Routine, learning good Course Management and working on short game variations. You will still spend time on the range, however, now it’s time to learn how to really play golf on the course. This is the only place you can really learn to play the game. Alongside instructor and LPGA member, Laura McCune, you will receive individual coaching and support as you progress through all phases of the game. Bring your clubs if you have them or they will be provided upon request.
CECK–282–F60 $99 Sat Apr 14–May 19 11:30AM–1PM Rolling Hills Golf Course, Godfrey

Laura McCune

Erica White

Laura McCune

Animal Adventures Performing Arts
Bald and Beautiful: Eagle Adventure
For ages 8 & up
Come and explore one of America’s most majestic animals – the bald eagle! In this one–day adventure camp, kids will learn many fascinating facts about bald eagles from a host of local park rangers. Spot eagles in their natural habitat from the heights of the Alton Lock and Dam and learn about migration, breeding, nesting and feeding behaviors through a variety of engaging activities. Camp participants will also have an opportunity to get an up close and personal viewing of a live bald eagle at the end of the day. Don’t forget your camera!
CECK–103–F50 $30 Sat Jan 14 10AM–12:30PM National Great Rivers Museum, Alton

Rocky Branch Saddle Club
For ages 8 & up
The Rocky Branch Saddle Club’s 10–level program takes riders from beginner to accomplished equestrian. Each level is a set of building blocks combining riding skills and horse care knowledge such as how much oats to feed a horse, the difference between hay and straw, and how to clean a horse’s hooves. Riding activities include playing games on horseback, riding bareback, navigating hills and bridges and a life–size riding maze. Saddle Club riders will learn to ride both English and Western styles with confidence. Merit pins are awarded at each level; riders who complete all 10 levels will graduate as an assistant riding instructor. Special activities include arts and crafts, demonstrations from a professional horse trainer, and assisting a veterinarian or horse– shoer. Saddle Club incorporates the riding handbook “Happy Horsemanship” (available for purchase along with club jackets and riding helmets).
CECK–228–F50 $99 Sat Mar 31–Apr 21 3–4:30PM CECK–228–F51 $99 Sat Apr 28–May 19 3–4:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Shining Stars Little Theater
For ages 4 to 6

NEW!

Hey, kids! You’ll want to sign up and join the cast in this new spring production! From making costumes to creating scenery, kids will learn the operation of producing and presenting a class play. We will take a classic fairy tale and turn it into a musical drama. Parents, bring your cameras– you won’t want to miss it – the curtain goes up during the last class session! It’s sure to be a smash hit!
CECK–100–60 $99 Mon Mar 19–May 7 4:30–6:30PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Gloria Darr

Presented in partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers

NEW!

Little Stirrups
For ages 4 & up
Young riders will learn about the wonderful world of horses in this beginning riding class for parents and kids. Parent/child teams will experience everything from the feel of a horse’s fuzzy muzzle to the giggles of excitement during your child’s first trotting steps in the saddle. Kids will learn how to brush their horse, put the saddle on its back, and tell it how to stop, go and turn in the very first class. Rocky Branch horses are generous, patient and sweet–natured. Riders will demonstrate their new skills for family and friends on the last day and be presented with a rosette ribbon. Young riders must be accompanied by an adult who will participate in each class by helping to brush, saddle up and lead the horse while their child is riding.
CECK–128–F50 $99 Sat Mar 31–Apr 21 1–2:30PM CECK–128–F51 $99 Sat Apr 28–May 19 1–2:30PM Rocky Branch Stables, Bethalto

Lesa Teepe

Lesa Teepe

Ready, Set, Read!
For ages 6 & up
This new literacy program is designed for children in grades 1 through 6 and offers one–on–one developmental remediation aimed at improving phonics and word recognition, spelling, writing, comprehension and critical thinking. Each student will progress through the program at his or her own speed alongside experienced and engaging teachers. The activities and curriculum utilized in this program will help students learn strategies and skills that are vital to their educational achievement. This class may be repeated.
$100 CECK–600–17 CECK–600–18 CECK–600–19 CECK–600–20 CECK–600–21 CECK–600–22 CECK–600–23 CECK–600–24 CECK–600–25 CECK–600–26 CECK–600–27 CECK–600–28 CECK–600–29 CECK–600–30 CECK–600–31 CECK–600–32 CECK–600–33 CECK–600–34 CECK–600–35 CECK–600–36 CECK–600–37 CECK–600–38 CECK–600–39 CECK–600–40 CECK–600–41 CECK–600–42 CECK–600–43 Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Jan 10–31 Jan 10–31 Jan 10–31 Jan 10–31 Jan 10–31 Jan 10–31 Jan 10–31 Jan 10–31 Jan 11–Feb 1 Jan 11–Feb 1 Jan 11–Feb 1 Jan 11–Feb 1 Jan 11–Feb 1 Jan 11–Feb 1 Jan 11–Feb 1 Jan 11–Feb 1 Feb 7–28 Feb 7–28 Feb 7–28 Feb 7–28 Feb 7–28 Feb 7–28 Feb 7–28 Feb 7–28 Feb 8–29 Feb 8–29 Feb 8–29 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM CECK–600–44 CECK–600–45 CECK–600–46 CECK–600–47 CECK–600–48 CECK–600–49 CECK–600–50 CECK–600–51 CECK–600–52 CECK–600–53 CECK–600–54 CECK–600–55 CECK–600–56 CECK–600–57 CECK–600–58 CECK–600–59 CECK–600–60 CECK–600–61 CECK–600–62 CECK–600–63 CECK–600–64 CECK–600–65 CECK–600–66 CECK–600–67 CECK–600–68 CECK–600–69 Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Feb 8–29 Feb 8–29 Feb 8–29 Feb 8–29 Feb 8–29 Mar 6–27 Mar 6–27 Mar 6–27 Mar 6–27 Mar 6–27 Mar 6–27 Mar 6–27 Mar 6–27 Mar 7–28 Mar 7–28 Mar 7–28 Mar 7–28 Mar 7–28 Mar 7–28 Mar 7–28 Mar 7–28 Apr 3–24 Apr 3–24 Apr 3–24 Apr 3–24 Apr 3–24 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM CECK–600–70 CECK–600–71 CECK–600–72 CECK–600–73 CECK–600–74 CECK–600–75 CECK–600–76 CECK–600–77 CECK–600–78 CECK–600–79 CECK–600–80 CECK–600–81 CECK–600–82 CECK–600–83 CECK–600–84 CECK–600–85 CECK–600–86 CECK–600–87 CECK–600–88 CECK–600–01 CECK–600–02 CECK–600–03 CECK–600–04 CECK–600–05 CECK–600–06 CECK–600–07 CECK–600–08 Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Apr 3–24 Apr 3–24 Apr 3–24 Apr 4–25 Apr 4–25 Apr 4–25 Apr 4–25 Apr 4–25 Apr 4–25 Apr 4–25 Apr 4–25 May 1–22 May 1–22 May 1–22 May 1–22 May 1–22 May 1–22 May 1–22 May 1–22 May 2–23 May 2–23 May 2–23 May 2–23 May 2–23 May 2–23 May 2–23 May 2–23 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM 4–4:30PM 4:30–5PM 5–5:30PM 5:30–6PM 6–6:30PM 6:30–7PM 7–7:30PM 7:30–8PM

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Cultural Calendar
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Music
Jazz Improvisation Lab offers ensemble playing for qualified students of piano, guitar, bass, percussion, brass and woodwind instruments. All members must be able to read music. Prior experience as an instrumentalist in a school, municipal, or professional band is desirable.
CEMU–933–01 $60 Mon/Wed Jan 18–May 9 3:30–4:45PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 109

Jazz Improvisation Lab

Symphony Orchestra

February
Wednesday, February 8 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring The Confluence Trio Ringhausen Music Building Tuesday, February 21 7PM Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday Concert Featuring Bud Shultz & Friends Hatheway Cultural Center (Gallery) Wednesday, February 22 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Landolfi Quartet & Friends Ringhausen Music Building Tuesday, February 28 11AM “Black Music & Culture in America” By Professor Johnny Lee Lane, REMO, Inc. Ringhausen Music Building Wednesday, February 29 Noon Brown Bag Salon Opera a la Carte: “Flying Leaps” Ringhausen Music Building

The Alton Symphony Orchestra offers orchestral experience for qualified players. All members of the orchestra must be able to read music and prior experience as an instrumentalist in school, municipal or professional orchestra is desirable. Enrollment in this ensemble is by audition or consent of the instructor.
CEMU–946–60 $22.50 Mon Jan 23–May 7 7:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Cultural Center

Class Instruction: Guitar

Using group instruction, students will develop basic skills and techniques of playing the guitar. No previous playing experience is necessary. Students must provide an acoustic (non–electric) guitar.
CEMU–959–01 $60 Tue/Thu Jan 17–May 10 12:15–1:30PM Godfrey Campus, Gilman 202

Louis Michael

Wayne Kimler

Deborah Haferkamp

Limited Edition

Limited Edition provides students vocal performance experience, preparing and performing in a variety of styles including but not limited to Broadway, jazz, and other vocal literature representing the major style periods. Enrollment in this ensemble is by audition only.
CEMU–942–01 $60 Tue/Thu Jan 17–May 10 3–4:30PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

Guitar Ensemble

Wind Ensemble

The Guitar Ensemble covers preparation, exploration and performance of guitar music literature from all major style periods. Participants must be able to read music.
CEMU–947–60 $60 Mon Jan 23–May 7 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Gilman 202

This ensemble is open to brass and woodwind instruments. All members must be able to read music and prior experience in a band or ensemble is desirable.
CEMU–970–60 $60 Thu Jan 19–May 10 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 109

Peter Hussey

Travis Mattison

Susan Parton Stanard

Concert Choir

March
Monday, March 5 Noon Bi–State Brass Quintet Concert Ringhausen Music Building Tuesday, March 6 7:30PM “Back to the Future” Ringhausen Music Building Wednesday, March 7 Noon Brown Bag Salon “Women’s History Month Celebration” Ringhausen Music Building Wednesday, March 21 Noon Brown Bag Salon: “Piano Expressions” Ringhausen Music Building Tuesday, March 27 7:30PM Spring Pops Concert: “March Madness” The Commons Wednesday, March 28 Noon Brown Bag Salon: Featuring Travis Mattison Ringhausen Music Building

Concert Choir prepares singers to perform a variety of choral literature, including spirituals, opera, Broadway, and other choral literature representing the major style periods.
CEMU–944–01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Jan 18–May 11 11–11:50AM

Electronic Music Production

Men’s Ensemble

Introduces the study of Pro Tools recording software including hard disk recording and Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI). Includes principles of sound synthesis, signal routing, mixing, editing, plug–in operations, virtual instruments and MIDI sequencing.
CEMU–954–01 $180 Mon/Wed/Fri Jan 18–May 11 Godfrey Campus, Chapel 114 12–12:50PM

Provides students vocal ensemble performance experience through preparing and performing in a variety of musical styles including but not limited to spirituals, Broadway, pop and literature representing the major style periods. The course content is such that the student is expected to gain increased depth of knowledge and skill through repetition.
CEMU–991–01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Jan 18–May 11 11–11:50AM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

CEMU–944–60 $60 Tue Jan 17–May 8 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

Susan Parton Stanard

Louis Michael

Susan Parton Stanard

Jazz Band

Jazz Band covers preparation, exploration and performance of music representing the various jazz styles. Participants must be able to read music but improvisation experience is not required. Enrollment in this ensemble is by audition or consent of the instructor.
CEMU–945–60 $60 Mon Jan 23–May 7 6:30–9PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 109

Sequencing & Recording

Women’s Ensemble

Continues the study of Pro Tools software including hard disk recording and Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI). Further explores recording, mixing, editing techniques, plug–ins including compression, equalization, effects and virtual instruments.
CEMU–955–01 $180 Tue/Thu Jan 17–May 10 1–2:15PM Godfrey Campus, Chapel 114

Provides students vocal ensemble performance experience through preparing and performing in a variety of musical styles including but not limited to spirituals, Broadway, pop and literature representing the major style periods. The course content is such that the student is expected to gain increased depth of knowledge and skill through repetition.
CEMU–992–01 $60 Mon/Wed/Fri Jan 18–May 11 11–11:50AM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 125

Tim Jarden

Louis Michael

Susan Parton Stanard

April
Wednesday, April 4 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Peter Hussey & Friends Ringhausen Music Building Wednesday, April 11 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Wayne Kimler & Friends Ringhausen Music Building Friday, April 13 12:30PM A Musical Variety Show Jazz on Broadway in Alton Wednesday, April 18 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Lewis and Clark Students Ringhausen Music Building Monday, April 23 Jazz Band Concert Trimpe ATC 7:30PM

Dance
Beginning Ballet for Adults Waltz
This introductory class will explore diverse poses and positions of ballet as well as basic coordination. Instruction will also include work on strength and alignment. Participants should wear loose fitting clothing and ballet slippers. No previous dance training required.
CEPE–101–01 $105 Thu Jan 19–Mar 8 10:45AM–12:15PM CEPE–101–02 $105 Thu Mar 22–May 10 10:45AM–12:15PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Wednesday, April 25 Noon Brown Bag Salon: “My Favorite Things” Ringhausen Music Building Monday, April 30 7:30PM Percussion/Guitar/Wind Ensemble Ringhausen Music Building

Learn how to grace the dance floor in this class featuring basic instruction in the elegant movements of American Style Waltz. Whether new to ballroom dancing, or just needing to brush up on some of the basics, instructor William Trent will have you ready for your next social gathering in no time! Hard soled shoes are recommended. Couples and singles are welcome, course fee is per person.
CEPE–151–60 $40 Wed Feb 15–Mar 21 7–8PM No class Feb 22 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Cha–Cha

May
Wednesday, May 2 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Doug Byrkit Ringhausen Music Building Friday, May 4 7:30PM Spring Choral Concert “One Nation Under God” Hatheway Cultural Center (Theater) Wednesday, May 9 Noon Brown Bag Salon Featuring Bud Schultz & Friends Ringhausen Music Building
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Sara Miller

William Trent

Add the sophistication of a Latin flair to your dance repertoire as you learn the basic steps of the Cha–Cha, from professional dance instructor William Trent. This class will focus on American Style Cha–Cha, full of passion and energy, perfect for your next social event! Whether new to ballroom dancing, or just need to brush up on some of the basics, you are sure to benefit from this class. The Cha–Cha is a vibrant and playful dance and its light and bubbly feel gives it a unique sense of fun for dancers everywhere. Hard soled shoes are recommended. Couples and singles are welcome, course fee is per person.
CEPE–153–60 $40 Wed May 2–30 7–8PM No class May 23 Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Foxtrot

Rumba

This social dance class offers basic instruction in the beautiful, romantic, American Style Foxtrot. Whether new to ballroom dancing, or just needing to brush up on some of the basics, instructor William Trent will have you gliding across the dance floor in no time! Hard soled shoes are recommended. Couples and singles are welcome, course fee is per person.
CEPE–150–60 $40 Wed Jan 11–Feb 8 7–8PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

Public welcome at all events – admission FREE, donations priceless!
__________________________ __________________________

William Trent

Enjoy all the benefits of dancing, including improving your health and social life! This introductory dance class, led by professional dance instructor William Trent, offers basic instruction on the seductive steps of American Style Rumba. Whether new to ballroom dancing, or just need to brush up on some of the basics, you are sure to benefit from this class. The Rumba is one of the most popular ballroom dances and is seen around the world at nightclubs, parties and weddings. Hard soled shoes are recommended. Couples and singles are welcome, course fee is per person.
CEPE–152–60 $40 Wed Mar 28–Apr 25 7–8PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway 107 (Dance Studio)

William Trent

Bring your lunch to Brown Bag Salon. For additional information regarding these events, contact the Music Office at (618) 468.4731.

William Trent

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For People on the Go
Online learning anytime, anywhere.
www.ed2go.com/lewisandclark to see more. Ed2Go – Take any of these instructor–facilitated courses from the comfort of your home or office at the times that are most convenient for you. A new section of each course starts monthly. All courses run for six to eight weeks and are composed of 12 lessons, representing 24 or more hours of instruction. You can ask questions and give or receive advice from your instructor at any time during the course. Below are a few titles. Go to

How to Get Started:
Ed2Go Courses
Visit our Online Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/lewisandclark

Children, Parents & Family
➙ Handling Medical
Emergencies

Computers & Technology
➙ Introduction to Flash ➙ Creating Web Pages ➙ Web 2.0: Blogs,
Wikis & Podcasts

Writing & Publishing
➙ Travel Writing ➙ Pleasures of Poetry ➙ The Craft of
Magazine Writing

2012 Start Dates:

➙ Homeschool

New course sessions start each month: Jan 18 Mar 21 Feb 15 Apr 18

with Success

➙ Genealogy Basics

Start Your Own Business
➙ Marketing Your Business
on the Internet

Personal Finance
➙ Where Does All
My Money Go?

Health & Wellness
➙ Spanish for Medical
Professionals

Requirements:
All courses require Internet access, email, and Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox Web browsers. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our online sites for more information.

➙ Secrets of the Caterer ➙ Growing Plants
for Fun & Profit

➙ Stocks, Bonds &
Credit & Identity

Investing: Oh My!

➙ Luscious, Low–Fat, ➙ Start Your Own
Edible Garden

Lightning–Quick Meals

➙ Protect Your Money,

Career Step
www.careerstep.com/ap/ lewisandclark

Online Medical Career Training Programs

Career Step – Career Step has been an active player in the healthcare education market, building on over 17 years of experience. The company has a solid record of providing quality training and has continued to develop and refine its innovative online training programs. With Career Step, students have the opportunity to successfully prepare for rewarding careers in the growing healthcare industry, while employers have tools and a key resource to quickly find quality employees. There is a growing need for well–trained, entry–level medical transcriptionists and medical coding and billing specialists. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, both fields are projected to grow over the next few years, and a recent American Health Management Association study found that over half of responding employers had open coding positions in the previous year. Prepare for the future at careerstep.com/ap/lewisandclark.

➙ Medical Transcription Editing ➙ Inpatient & Outpatient
Medical Coding & Billing

➙ Pharmacy Technician

NEW!

➙ Outpatient Medical Coding & Billing ➙ Medical Transcription Editing

• As of January 1, 2010, within two years after being employed as a registered technician, a pharmacy technician must become certified by successfully passing the PTCB examination or another Board– approved pharmacy technician examination in order to continue to Perform pharmacy technician’s duties (does not apply to pharmacy student interns). • Some pharmacies or chains require certification regardless of how long someone has been registered as a pharm tech (check with the HR department of such a pharmacy). • The Career Step training program provides educational information to prepare a student to take the examination (exams are administered and invoiced separately by the examining body).

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Quick Reference Guide
Alton
Bald & Beautiful: Eagle Adventure ........................................ Jan 14 ..................$30 ....... page 11 Garden Stepping Stones ...................................................... Mar 8–29 .............$95 ....... page 7

Godfrey
Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. Jan 10–31 ............$100...... page 11 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. Jan 11–Feb 1 .......$100...... page 11 Foxtrot................................................................................... Jan 11–Feb 8 .......$40 ....... page 12 Yoga Fit ................................................................................. Jan 18–Mar 7 .......$99 ....... page 5 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 1 .............................................. Jan 19–Mar 8 .......$75 ....... page 10 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 2 .............................................. Jan 19–Mar 8 .......$75 ....... page 10 Beginning Ballet for Adults .................................................... Jan 19–Mar 8 .......$105...... page 12 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 1 .............................................. Jan 21–Mar 10 .....$70 ....... page 10 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 2 .............................................. Jan 21–Mar 10 .....$70 ....... page 10 Learn to Dance ..................................................................... Jan 21– Mar 10 ....$100...... page 10 Zumba Gold .......................................................................... Jan 23–Mar 12 .....$45 ....... page 5 Computer File Management ................................................. Jan 28 ..................$39 ....... page 4 Zumbatomic .......................................................................... Feb 2–Mar 8 ........$38 ....... page 11 Photovoltaic Design & Installation ........................................ Feb 3–25..............$495 ..... page 6 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. Feb 7–28..............$100...... page 11 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. Feb 8–29..............$100...... page 11 Snapshots No More – Basics to better photography............. Feb 11 ..................$35 ....... page 8 Digital Scrapbooking............................................................. Feb 15 ..................$25 ....... page 4 Waltz ..................................................................................... Feb 15–Mar 21.....$40 ....... page 12 Carpentry Basics .................................................................. Feb 28..................$19........ page 7 SKYWARN............................................................................ Mar 3 ...................Free ...... page 9 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. Mar 6–27 .............$100...... page 11 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. Mar 7–28 .............$100...... page 11 Grid Tie PV Design ............................................................... Mar 9–31 .............$595 ..... page 6 Scrapbooking Mini–Convention ............................................ Mar 9–10 ..............$75 ....... page 7 Beyond Pointing & Shooting: Effective Use of DSLRs .......... Mar 10 ..................$35 ....... page 8 Dog Gone Good! .................................................................. Mar 12–Apr 23 .....$75 ....... page 9 Introduction to Floral Design ................................................. Mar 13–Apr 3 .......$95 ....... page 6 Yoga Fit ................................................................................. Mar 19–May 9 ......$99 ....... page 5 Zumba Gold .......................................................................... Mar 19–May 7 ......$45 ....... page 5 Shining Star Little Theater .................................................... Mar 19–May 7 ......$99 ....... page 11 Decorative Painting “Wood Art”............................................. Mar 19..................$25 ....... page 7 Meet the Mouse! ................................................................... Mar 19–28............$79 ....... page 4 Math Academic Refresher .................................................... Mar 19–30............$129...... page 9 Fondant Art for Cupcakes ..................................................... Mar 20 .................$36 ....... page 3 On Your Own: From College to Career ................................. Mar 22 .................$59 ....... page 9 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 1 .............................................. Mar 22–May 10 ....$75 ....... page 10 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 2 .............................................. Mar 22–May 10 ....$75 ....... page 10 Beginning Ballet for Adults .................................................... Mar 22–May 10 ....$105...... page 12 Movie Maker Magic .............................................................. Mar 24 .................$39 ....... page 4 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 1 .............................................. Mar 24–May 5 ......$70 ....... page 10 Pre–K Begin to Dance Level 2 .............................................. Mar 24–May 5 ......$70 ....... page 10 Learn to Dance ..................................................................... Mar 24–May 5 ......$100...... page 10 Plumbing Made Easy............................................................ Mar 27 .................$19........ page 7 Rumba .................................................................................. Mar 28–Apr 25 .....$40 ....... page 12 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. Apr 3–24 ..............$100...... page 11 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. Apr 4–25 ..............$100...... page 11 Build an Electric Vehicle ....................................................... Apr 5–May 10.......$99 ....... page 6 Golf for Beginners ................................................................. Apr 10–May 15 .....$99 ....... page 5 Introduction to Landscaping Principles ................................. Apr 10–24 ............$49 ....... page 6 How to Start Your Own Cake Business ................................. Apr 10 ..................$16........ page 3 Intermediate Golf .................................................................. Apr 12–May 17 .....$99 ....... page 5 Junior Golf Level 1 ................................................................ Apr 14–May 19 .....$99 ....... page 11 Junior Golf Level 2 ................................................................ Apr 14–May 19 .....$99 ....... page 11 Decorative Painting “Garden Art” .......................................... Apr 16 ..................$25 ....... page 7 English Academic Refresher................................................. Apr 16–27 ............$129...... page 9 Word Processing – Practical Use .......................................... Apr 16–25 ............$69 ....... page 4 Beyond the Basics: eBay Stores ........................................... Apr 17–24 ............$59 ....... page 4 Facebook for Everyone ......................................................... Apr 21–28 ............$59 ....... page 4 Social Security: Getting the Most Out of Your Benefits ........ Apr 24 ..................$5 ......... page 9 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. May 1–22 .............$100...... page 11 To Google & Beyond ............................................................. May 1–10 .............$59 ....... page 4 Ready, Set, Read! ................................................................. May 2–23 .............$100...... page 11 Cha–Cha .............................................................................. May 2–30 .............$40 ....... page 12 Introduction to Container Gardening & Landscaping ............ May 8 ...................$45 ....... page 6 Wired World .......................................................................... May 10 .................$25 ....... page 4 Ladies Night! The Glam of Cakes ......................................... May 15 .................$36 ....... page 3

Bethalto
Weatherization Basics .......................................................... Mar 27–29 ...........$55 ....... page 6 Little Stirrups......................................................................... Mar 31–Apr 21 .....$99 ....... page 11 Rocky Branch Saddle Club ................................................... Mar 31–Apr 21 .....$99 ....... page 11 Little Stirrups......................................................................... Apr 28–May 19.....$99 ....... page 11 Rocky Branch Saddle Club ................................................... Apr 28–May 19.....$99 ....... page 11 Easy Riders .......................................................................... Apr 29–May 20 ....$99 ....... page 5

Carlinville
Facebook for Everyone ......................................................... Mar 8–29 .............$55 ....... page 4 Hands–on Photo Shoot ........................................................ Apr 28 ..................$49 ....... page 8

Edwardsville
Beginning Tai Chi Chuan ...................................................... Jan 26–May 10 ....$99 ....... page 5 Continuing Tai Chi Chuan ..................................................... Jan 26–May 10 ....$99 ....... page 5 Italian Wine Dinner ............................................................... Feb 8....................$39 ....... page 8 Knife Skills: Chop–Slice–Carve ............................................ Feb 13 ..................$35 ....... page 3 Fondant Basics for Cakes ..................................................... Feb 22..................$36 ....... page 3 Office Overview .................................................................... Feb 22–Mar 2 ......$79 ....... page 4 The Language and Culture of Mexico................................... Feb 22–Mar 21 ....$69 ....... page 9 Movie Maker Magic .............................................................. Feb 25..................$39 ....... page 4 Introduction to Kung Fu......................................................... Feb 27–May 7 ......$55 ....... page 5 The Basics of Selling on eBay .............................................. Feb 27–Mar 19.....$69 ....... page 4 Intro to Healing Touch ........................................................... Feb 28..................$50 ....... page 5 Introduction to Green Living.................................................. Mar 5–12..............$65 ....... page 6 Introduction to Green Building & Remodeling ....................... Mar 6–8 ...............$49 ....... page 6 Home Staging 101 ................................................................ Mar 10–24 ............$39 ....... page 7 Cheese Please! .................................................................... Mar 13..................$35 ....... page 3 Photography Essentials ........................................................ Mar 14–28............$49 ....... page 8 Social Security: Getting the Most Out of Your Benefits ........ Mar 20 .................$5 ......... page 9 French Wine Dinner .............................................................. Mar 21 .................$39 ....... page 8 Pull–Apart Cakes .................................................................. Mar 30 .................$20 ....... page 3 Greening Your Home ............................................................ Apr 2–Apr 9 .........$65 ....... page 6 Event Coordinating ............................................................... Apr 10–May 8.......$119 ...... page 9 Short Stories and Memoirs ................................................... Apr 10–May 8.......$119 ...... page 9 Healing Touch Level 1........................................................... Apr 14–15 ............$365 ..... page 5 Classic Crepes ..................................................................... Apr 17 ..................$35 ....... page 3 To Google & Beyond ............................................................. Apr 17–26 ............$59 ....... page 4 Digital Scrapbooking............................................................. Apr 18 ..................$25 ....... page 4 Red Zin Barbecue................................................................. Apr 18 ..................$39 ....... page 8 Edible Centerpieces ............................................................. Apr 20 ..................$20 ....... page 3 Snapshots No More: Basics to Better Photography .............. Apr 28 ..................$35 ....... page 8 Heartsaver CPR ................................................................... May 3 ...................$45 ....... page 5 Wired World .......................................................................... May 4 ...................$25 ....... page 4 Greening Your Business ....................................................... May 7–14 .............$65 ....... page 6 Spring Cookie Bouquets ....................................................... May 11 .................$16........ page 3 Beyond Pointing & Shooting: Effective Use of DSLRs .......... May 12 .................$35 ....... page 8

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Registration
LOCATION KEY
Alton Stained Glass Works
412 East Broadway Street Alton

How to Register
By Phone.
Have a credit card? Call the Godfrey Campus Enrollment Center at (618) 468.7000 (8am–4:30pm Mon–Fri, open until 7:30pm Tue & Wed), the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville at (618) 656.8800 (Monday through Thursday from 9am–5pm, Friday from 9am–2pm), or any Community Education Center.

SPRING 2012 REGISTRATION FORM
Please use one registration form per person. Make additional copies as needed. Student Name __________________________________________________________ Address ________________________________________________________________ City_______________________________ State______________ ZIP ___________

Crushed Grapes
1500 Troy Road Edwardsville

In Person.

Edwardsville High School
6161 Center Grove Road Edwardsville

Stop by the Godfrey Campus, the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville, or the Community Education Centers in Carlinville and Jerseyville. Make checks payable to Lewis and Clark Community College.

Home Phone Number _____________________________________________________ Alternate Phone Number ___________________________________________________ Email Address _________________________________________________________ Gender: Male_____ Female_____ Date Of Birth __________________________

Godfrey Campus Lewis and Clark Community College
5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey

By Mail.

Send your registration form and payment to the Enrollment Center, Lewis and Clark Community College, 5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, IL 62035.

Are you Hispanic or Latino? Yes_____ No_____ Are you from one or more of the following racial groups (select all that apply)?
American Indian or Alaska Native_____ Black or African American_____ Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander_____ American Indian or Alaska Native_____ Black or African American_____ Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander_____ Asian_____ White_____ Choose not to respond_____ Asian_____ White_____ Choose not to respond_____

National Great Rivers Museum
2 Great Lock and Dam Way Alton

Payment

All classes must be paid for at the time of enrollment.

Identify your primary racial/ethnic group (select one):

Rocky Branch Stables
4885 Rocky Branch Road Bethalto

Withdrawal/Refund

Rolling Hills Golf Course
5801 Pierce Lane Godfrey

For classes that meet four or more times, you may withdraw before the start of the second session in order to receive a refund. There are no refunds for classes that meet three or fewer times once the class has begun. To withdraw, call the Enrollment Center at (618) 468.7000.

Please register me in the following classes:
Course Number
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Name of Course
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Location Location
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Fee Fee
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Course Number
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Name of Course

Enroll Early!

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All classes have limited enrollments and are filled on a first–come, first–served basis. Each class also has a minimum required enrollment. If this minimum is not met prior to a class starting, the class will be canceled and enrollment fees returned.

Total Fees
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PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION Check Enclosed Credit Card
Credit Card Number_______________________ Expiration Date ____________ 3–Digit Code ________

Confirmation

Once your fee is paid you are officially registered. Plan to attend the first session as scheduled. You will be notified if the class is canceled.

Signature______________________________________

Inclement Weather Lewis and Clark Community Education Centers
N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville 600 Troy Road Edwardsville, IL 62025 (618) 656.8800 Workforce Education Center, Bethalto 1136 East Airline Drive East Alton, IL 62024 (618) 468.5787 Tri–County Center, Jerseyville 100 Lincoln, Route 16 Jerseyville, IL 62052 (618) 498.6500 Macoupin County Center, Carlinville 18400 Shipman Road Carlinville, IL 62626 (217) 854.5400

Mail form and payment to: Enrollment Center, Lewis and Clark Community College, 5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, IL 62035.

In the event of inclement weather, classes may be canceled. Check the Lewis and Clark Web site, monitor school closings on TV or radio, or call the Corporate & Community Learning office for the most up–to–date information.

For Kids Classes Only
Preparing for Class
Children should attend class dressed appropriately for the weather or to suit the program. Art and science classes may be messy! Students are encouraged to bring their own water bottles to class; water is always available for refilling. Students attending an all–day class should bring a sack lunch and drink.

Questions?
Call us!
(618) 468.5777 (618) 468.5730 (618) 468.5740 (618) 468.5715 (618) 468.5740 (618) 468.5760 (618) 468.5710 General Professional Development Technology College for Kids Personal Enrichment Swim Corporate Training

Safety

Students should be dropped off no earlier than 10 minutes before their class begins and should be picked up immediately following dismissal. Supervision will be provided for students ONLY 10 minutes before and after class.

Accommodations

Holiday Schedule
Classes will not meet on these dates: January 16: Martin Luther King Day April 6: Good Friday
Lewis and Clark Community College reserves the right to change without notice any statement in this publication regarding policies, fees, courses, dates, times, and locations. For information or clarification, please contact the Corporate & Community Learning office at (618) 468.5777.

If your child requires any form of accommodations to participate in any class activity or field trip, please call the College for Kids office at (618) 468.5715 to discuss before enrolling in class.

Mission Statement

To empower people by raising aspirations and fostering achievement through dynamic, compassionate, and responsible learning experiences.
Lewis and Clark Community College insures equal opportunities are offered in the admission, education, and employment of individuals regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, color, creed or religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, military status, sexual orientation, and other protected categories. Any inquiries concerning the application of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination Act, and the Illinois Human Rights Act may be made to: Gary Ayres, Vice President of Administration, Erickson Hall, Room 103, Lewis and Clark Community College, Godfrey, IL 62035, or (618) 468.3000.

Corporate & Community Learning

It’s What You Know.

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Workforce Training.
What is the new who.
• Customer Service • Communication, Business Writing • Team Building & Empowerment • People Management Skills (Supervisory to Leadership) • Human Resources Management • Process Improvement, Six Sigma • Change Management, Trust Building • Emotional Intelligence • Strategic Thinking, Goal Setting • Coaching, Developing, Mentoring • Safety, OSHA, Fire Science, CPR/AED Lewis and Clark College’s workforce training division is now Corporate & Community Learning. As a group, we specialize in customized skill– building education, short–term career training, continuing professional education, and personal enrichment classes. Our workforce education and training focuses on getting it right for your organization’s needs. We work with you to develop a results–driven learning solution and method of employee engagement so less is wasted where it counts…your bottom line. Partner with Corporate & Community Learning for cutting edge customized training for your workforce. What your employees know gets you ahead. You can find a complete listing of our workforce training opportunities at www.lc.edu/CCL or call (618) 468.5777 to request a catalog.

It’s what you know.

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