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Painting, Continued - LIFE 2073
with James Overstreet
Ready to take your paintings to the next level? Dig deeper into content and practice, combining personal experience and creative thought into the authentic subject matter. Students will be pushed to explore themes and deeper meaning, all while refining their foundational skills. Oil and acrylic mediums are welcome. A class supply list will be included in your emailed receipt.
The Basics of Hand Pieced Quilting - LIFE 1960
with Pamela Hickman
Learn the process of hand piecing (English paper technique) and hand quilting through creating a sample quilt block. Students will learn how to create a pattern, cut and stitch the quilt pieces together. Following the piecing of the quilt front, the student will learn the process of how to actually quilt the quilt through the selection of backing material, placement of the backing, batting and quilt front together with a basting stitch before placing the quilt in the quilting frame (hoop). Once in the frame, the student will learn how to complete the quilting process by sewing in a running stitch the front, batting and backing together. To finish off the quilt block, the student will learn how to bind the quilt block to finish their project.
NO CLASS NOV. 24
Basic Pistol Class - LIFE 1523
with Pat Lewis
This course is designed to assist students in the safety and basic use of handguns. Students will be trained in the selection, care, handling and storage of firearms. Safety, defensive procedures and the legal aspects of the use of handguns in self-defense in the state of Wyoming will also be presented. Double-action, center fire handguns are provided. Cost includes handgun use, targets and handout materials. Students will be required to provide their own ammunition (estimated cost is $100). Information on what ammunition to purchase will be discussed at the first class. Attendance is mandatory. Cosponsored by LCCC and the Sheriff's Department, the class will be held at the Laramie County Sheriff's Department, 1910 Pioneer Ave. No firearms shall be brought to the course. In order to participate in this course, class participants must pass a criminal background check run by the Sheriff's Department prior to the start of the course. Students must be a legal resident of the United States and 21 years of age or older. NO MAIL IN PRE-REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS CLASS.
Digital Photography Basics - LIFE 2018
with J. O'Brien
You've got a new camera. It's got a bunch of buttons and settings you don't understand. Now what? Learn how to use it. In this class, students will learn the basic concepts and skills necessary for operating a digital camera starting with types of cameras, camera anatomy, shooting modes and how they work, and understanding the digital image. After we cover the basics of camera operation, we will cover how to get the most out of your camera through exploring photo composition. By the end of the course, each of you will have gained hands-on experience in basic digital photography techniques.
Tai Chi Workshop - LIFE 2066
with Michele Schmidt
Participants must have previously trained with Michele in Tai Chi in order to take this workshop. We will explore principles and concepts more deeply, along with Push Hands skills. Students must feel comfortable maintaining physical contact with another participant.
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 NOV. 26
Barrel Horse Conditioning - LIFE 2029
with Becky Juschka
The class will focus on exercises and drills to improve horsemanship skills in barrel racing. Riders will be able to work on the pattern with young horses and condition seasoned horses. Rider must provide their own horse. This is a course for intermediate riders and riders with knowledge of barrel racing.
Mounted Tactics - LIFE 2019
with Tom Houghton
Join us for a fun filled class of formation riding. We will work on riding in formation, desensitization, and crowd management while on horseback. This class is intended for intermediate to advanced riders. If it is determined that the rider, or horse, does not have the necessary skills for this course they will not be able to continue. Prerequisite: Introduction to Riding Basics or Instructor approval. Proof of vaccinations either by vet note or proof of purchase, will be required on the first day of class. Class will meet the published number of times within the published dates. A class schedule will be handed out on the first day of class.