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Mind Your Manners - LIFE 1023
with Cathy Anderson
This class is designed to teach you hot to teach your dog. You will learn how to teach basic house manners such as "sit," "down," "stay," and walking on a loose leash. We will work on problem behaviors and learn some fun tricks. Dogs six months or older are welcome. All dogs are required to be current on vaccines including Rabies, Parvo and Bordetella (kennel cough). Bring proof of vaccinations first in-person class. As determined by the instructor, any dog that is not suitable for the group class environment may be asked to not continue training. NO DOGS FOR ORIENTATION CLASS.
Learn the ABCs of Crochet - LIFE 1809
with Pamela Hickman
Learn the basics of crocheting: identifying crochet language, learn to read a pattern and create a basic easy crochet project (granny square blanket, basic hat, or scarf). Come away with a sense of accomplishment and a basic project of your own. MATERIALS NEEDED: 1 - H (5.00 mm) hook. Practice yarn and an instruction manual will be provided. Yarn for in-class project and pattern selection will be discussed at the first class.
NO CLASS JULY 29
Morning Relaxation, Stretching and Balance Through Tai Chi - LIFE 2083
with Michele Schmidt
This introductory Tai Chi class is designed for seniors interested in stretching and improving their balance by practicing the Tai Chi posture, walk and simple Tai Chi movements. Students will also be introduced to breathing and relaxation exercises. Potentially a student may want to take this class multiple times to perfect form before progressing to next level Tai Chi class.
Jewelry and Metals Open Studio - LIFE 2046
with John and Susie Heller
The Open Studio allows students to use the equipment in the Metals Laboratory to create small artistic pieces in silver, copper, and brass (no iron or steel), enamel, repoussé and cut, grind, polish, and set semi-precious stones. The studio not only presents the opportunity to use equipment in a safe environment that the student may not have at home but to also interact with other artists in a synergetic manner. This is not an introductory course and requires a student have some basic knowledge of metalsmith and lapidary. Students are responsible for providing all the components for their projects and their consumable supplies. For instance, saw frames are available but saw blades are not provided. There will be an Equipment Review and a Safety Test students must pass before they will be cleared for the use of the equipment. Lab fees are included in the cost of the class. Class will meet a total of 9 sessions during the printed dates. Instructors will provide a course schedule on the first day of class.
Conversational Spanish 1 - LIFE 1554
with Dennis Dicampli
Hola amigos! Hello friends! How would you like to begin an exciting journey into the world of Spanish language and culture? Your ability to speak, read, and write Spanish is a valuable and wonderful skill that allows you to travel to places you only dreamed of. Your job market will expand globally and you will be able to better communicate with the people of different cultures. Your goal is to develop a greater understanding and appreciation of the Spanish speaking world and of the culture around you. Includes textbook.
Driver's Education - LIFE 1096
with Dave Harris
In-class instruction will be held in person Tuesday and Thursday Evenings from 5:30 to 8:30 PM and Saturdays 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. In-car instruction and observation times will be selected during the first hour on the first day of class.
The driver's education course is a program consisting of 30 classroom hours, six hours of in-car instruction (outside of classroom hours) and six hours of observation as set forth by the Wyoming State Department of Education. The course meets the basic requirements of the Wyoming Department of Transportation. REQUIREMENTS: (1) one parent must attend the first ½ hour to hour of the first class (for those students under 18); (2) student must have their driving permit prior to registration; (3) student must provide their own licensed and insured vehicle for the one-on-one driving portion of the class, and; (4) attendance is required at each class for the certificate to be issued. It is highly encouraged for students to have at least 10 hours of driving experience before class starts. There is optional simulator time available for interested registered driver's education students. Contact the Life Enrichment office for more details and to sign up for available slots. Students who do not successfully complete the course may be eligible for additional instruction time for a fee. For more information on this program, please see our website at lccc.wy.edu/lifeEnrichment.
Basics of Drawing - LIFE 2048
with Pamela Hickman
This will be a fun class for those who always wanted to learn to draw but did not want to commit to the time and cost of a credited class. Basics in shape, form, light, placement, shading and terminology will be taught. By the end of the course, students will have completed one composition that will give them the basic knowledge that creates the illusion of 3-dimensional space on a 1-dimensional canvas. A supply list will be provided at the time of registration.
Conversational French 1 - LIFE 1839
with Dennis Dicampli
Bonjour! This is the course for you even if you have no previous experience with the French language! This course emphasizes proficiency, with attention to speaking and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights. Classroom activities are varied, interactive, and focused on acquiring listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills simultaneously - always in the context of French culture. Textbook included.
NO CLASS JULY 26