The Magazine and Extended Learning Schedule for Linn-Benton Community College, Spring 2020

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Kristin Adams, Randy Camp, Jeannie Davis, Tony Lapiz, Jim Merryman, Linda Modrell, Dick Running

Table of Contents

Community Education Beginning Watercolor Painting........................................• Arts & Crafts.................................................................................. 07 Computer Skills & Technology................................................ Consumer Education................................................................. Fitness & Dance.......................................................................... Food & Drink................................................................................. Garden, Nature & Outdoor....................................................... Health & Wellness....................................................................... History & Culture......................................................................... Home & DIY.................................................................................... Industrial Arts............................................................................... Language........................................................................................ Music............................................................................................... Personal Enrichment.................................................................. Pets, Animals & Farm................................................................. Professional Growth................................................................... Vehicle Operation & Maintenance......................................... Writing..............................................................................................

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Business Small Business Development Center...................................

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Leadership Training.............................................................• Corporate Training...................................................................... 38

Professional Development....................................................... 39

Additional Learning Opportunities................................ 40 Adult Basic Skills (English Language Aquisition, GED®)................................... 42

Child Care Training & Parenting Education................ 44 Registration and Contact Information.......................... 47 Location Key................................................................................ 48 Policy Information Academic Information & College Policies............................ 49

Paper Registration Forms English Form................................................................................... 51 Spanish Form................................................................................. 52 LBCC Schedule of Classes SPRING Quarter 2020 Vol. 27, No. 3 • Linn-Benton Community College Schedule of Classes (ISSN 012132) is published quarterly by Linn-Benton Community College, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, OR.97321-3755. Periodical postage is paid at Albany, OR. and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Linn-Benton Community College Schedule of Classes, Advancement Office, Linn-Benton Community College, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, OR. 97321-3755


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ARTS & CRAFTS ART

ICON PAINTING

BEGINNING WATERCOLOR PAINTING Learn traditional techniques including wet-into-wet, dry brush, lifting, glazing, color mixing, and much more. See supplies to bring to class: linnbenton.edu/supplies ALBANY 44179 M Hansen, Glee

2:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

10 ALBSR

INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR PAINTING Continue to develop your watercolor painting skills while working on more challenging projects. See supplies to bring to class: linnbenton.edu/supplies ALBANY 44180 M Moore, Kirstin

12:00 p.m.-1:50 p.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

10 ALBSR

ADVANCED WATERCOLOR & WATER MEDIA PAINTING Take your technique to the next level. Explore composition, perspective, reflections, shadows, and color theory with new and challenging techniques. Class builds on skills learned in Beginning and Intermediate Watercolor Painting. See supplies to bring to class: linnbenton.edu/supplies. No class on 4/22 ALBANY 44178 W Hansen, Glee

9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $89 FEE

1-Apr

10 ALBSR

FUN WITH WATERCOLORS Enjoy this course designed for artists of all skill levels wishing to explore and improve watercolor painting techniques. The basics of materials, tools, techniques, color, value, and “seeing” your subject will be practiced. See supplies to bring to class: linnbenton.edu/supplies ALBANY 44181 M Hartman, Krista

9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

8 ALBSR

This class will explore the technique of egg tempera over traditional gesso panel using egg, pigments, gold, and traditional materials to create an icon - all in historical context. All materials will be provided. Instruction in English and Spanish. CORVALLIS 44353 M Hecker, Ina

4:00 p.m.-5:50 p.m. $79 FEE

30-Mar

8

BC-106

EXPRESSIVE WATER MEDIA Focus on two perennial favorites: watercolor or acrylic. Demos will be done in all watermedia showing their strengths and range of visual effects. Hands-on exploration of color theory and design will be emphasized using still life, animal, landscape, and abstract subjects. Intended for beginners and intermediate painters. Bring a pencil and plain bond paper. Supply list available at first class or online: linnbenton.edu/ supplies CORVALLIS 44361 R Allison, Mark

6:00 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $99 FEE

2-Apr

8

BC-106

FIGURE DRAWING & PAINTING Learn the use of light, shade, and color in rendering the figure of nude models in traditional realism, impressionism, cubism, and expressionism. Some experience in drawing recommended. Become more accomplished in seeing, drawing, and painting while developing your artistic identity and style. Bring your own paper and pencils. Supply list available at first class or online: linnbenton.edu/supplies CORVALLIS 44358 F Allison, Mark

1:00 p.m.-3:20 p.m. $119 FEE

10-Apr

8

BC-106

DRAWING FOR FUN

PAINTING WITH ACRYLICS Learn the basics of design and acrylic painting while finding your own personal style. Create a floral, landscape, still life, figure, or abstract design. All levels welcome. See supplies to bring to class: linnbenton.edu/supplies. No class on 5/28

Explore different drawing tools and the technical aspects of drawing. Make drawings realistic while at the same time allowing for the individual expression. Draw a variety of subjects: still life, landscape, and life drawing using a variety of media. See supplies to bring to class: linnbenton.edu/supplies

ALBANY 44177 R Hansen, Glee

ALBANY 44203 T Hansen, Glee

1:30 p.m.-3:20 p.m. $89 FEE

2-Apr

10 ALBSR

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $89 FEE

31-Mar

8

MKH-107

DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO

REALISTIC DRAWING

An ‘open studio‘ class is an engaging and inspiring experience intended to foster creativity and experimentation. Instructor will be available for individualized informative technical and design instruction. Instructor will help students gain insights into their creative accomplishments, develop new skills, and explore their preferred styles. All levels welcome. Allowed mediums are watercolor, acrylic, gouache, casein, oil (using non-toxic solvent), graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, and oil pastels. Artists bring their own materials.

Designed for anyone, especially people who feel they cannot draw well, who may feel they have no “talent” for drawing, and may have little hope of learning how to draw. Take this class and be surprised! A useful class for any artist who wants to strengthen drawing and design skills. Bring pencils and plain 8 1/2 x 11 white paper to first class. See supplies to bring to class linnbenton.edu/supplies

CORVALLIS 44357 M Allison, Mark

1:00 p.m.-3:20 p.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

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BC-106

CORVALLIS 44362 M Allison, Mark

9:00 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

8

BC-106


8 URBAN SKETCHING FOR BEGINNERS NEW! Join the growing global community of urban sketchers by learning to draw while traveling at home or abroad! Sketching tells our life stories, slows us down, and enhances our memories and experiences. To get you started we’ll practice techniques to sketch on location and from direct observation with pen and ink, watercolor basics, and colored pencil. Bring sketchbook and pen to first class. CORVALLIS 44364 R Ohlgren, Lauren

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $69 FEE

2-Apr

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BC-107

EXPRESSIVE CHARCOAL Explore the dramatic and diverse medium of charcoal to create a painterly effect using the additive and subtractive method. We’ll use a variety of mark-making techniques, tools and tips, and learn how to see shapes rather than contours to create a full range of values. Students will work from black/ white images for inspiration. For students of all levels. Bring sketchbook/pencil to first class. Initial supplies included in supply fee. CORVALLIS 44371 T Ohlgren, Lauren

1:00 p.m.-3:20 p.m. $119 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-106

ART & CREATIVITY UNLEASHED Expand your artistic repertoire with exercises designed to challenge, invigorate, and breathe fresh air into your creativity. Through guided experimentation, we’ll use mixed media, such as watercolor, collage, and drawing to create multiple samples of texture, color, imagery, text, and line work. Be willing to discover the unexpected! Learn to turn ‘negative head talk’ into productive problem solving. Students may choose portfolio or bound journal for final project. Supply list will be available at first class. CORVALLIS 44372 W Ohlgren, Lauren

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $89 FEE

1-Apr

8

BC-106

ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS NEW! This class will explore the technique of egg tempera over watercolor paper, using egg glare, pigments, clay, and real gold to reproduce the technique used by scribes in the Middle Ages to illuminate books. Minors accepted with instructor approval. Instruction in English and Spanish. CORVALLIS 44352 R Hecker, Ina

4:00 p.m.-5:50 p.m. $89 FEE

2-Apr

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BC-106

WONDERFUL WOMEN OF ART HISTORY Learn about the largely unknown and underappreciated female masters of the past and their contributions to the art world. Then join them in creating some art of your own in a similar vein. Supplies included with fee. CORVALLIS 44351 T Kahn, Julie

9:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $119 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-106

WORLD ART NEW! Explore folk art from a variety of people from around the globe and dabble in their methods. Create various art projects with a focus on different styles from around the world. Supplies included with fee. CORVALLIS 44365 W Kahn, Julie

9:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $119 FEE

1-Apr

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CRAFTS THE ART OF MONO PRINTING Yummy yellows, fiery reds, elegant purples smothered under texture, glazes, patterns and shimmery metallic paints - If you love color and patterns, and are willing to have fun while creating lively and stunning images on paper this beginner class using a gel printing plate is for you! This fun class will teach the basics of gel plate printing for book making, mixed media, tiny houses, and more. LEBANON 44483 F Joyce, PEGGY $99 FEE

12:30 P.m.-2:20 P.m.

17-Apr

5

LEBSR

CANDLE MAKING SERIES NEW! Candle making has been done for centuries. They create a warm and calming atmosphere and have the added benefit of lighting up your home. In this hands-on class, you will learn the basic science of candle making while creating one to take home. Class meets: 4/6, 4/20, 5/4, 5/18, and 6/8. Class includes all of the stand alone candle making workshops. LEBANON 44473 M Moss, Camelia

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $79 FEE

6-Apr

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CAMCAN

CANDLE MAKING: EASTER CANDLES NEW! Imagine creating beautiful, homemade candles and having them at your Easter setting. LEBANON 44474 M Moss, Camelia

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

6-Apr

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CAMCAN

CANDLE MAKING: ROLLED CANDLES NEW! Rolled candles are formed by taking sheets of wax and rolling them around a wick. Afterward, dip them in vibrant colors to brighten things up. LEBANON 44475 M Moss, Camelia

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

20-Apr

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CAMCAN

CANDLE MAKING: FLOATING CANDLES NEW! Floating candles in the shape of hearts and flowers make a beautiful additions for Mother’s Day. LEBANON 44476 M Moss, Camelia

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

4-May

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CAMCAN

CANDLE MAKING: ICE CUBE CANDLES NEW! Picture hot wax forming around ice cubes. As the ice melts, pockets of space are left behind leaving intricate and beautifully unique candles. LEBANON 44477 M Moss, Camelia

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

18-May

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CAMCAN

CANDLE MAKING: 4TH OF JULY CANDLES NEW! Candles in July? Red, white, and blue stars are perfect for the occasion. LEBANON 44478 M Moss, Camelia

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

8-Jun

BC-106

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10 HANDMADE CARDMAKING SERIES NEW! Nothing says you care more than sending a handmade card to family, friends, or loved ones. In this series, create beautiful and ornate cards to share with others. A variety of materials, including inks and stamps will be available for your use and the supply fee covers these materials. Class meets 3/31, 5/4, and 6/9. LEBANON 44479 T BOISE, Rene

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

3

CAMCAN

HANDMADE CARDMAKING: BIRTHDAY NEW! We all have special people in our lives that deserve a special birthday wish. Why not tell them in a card made from the heart. LEBANON 44480 T BOISE, Rene

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $29 FEE

31-Mar

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CAMCAN

Mom’s love chocolate and flowers, especially when accompanied by a Mother’s Day card made with love. 1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $29 FEE

COMPUTER ESSENTIALS FOR SENIORS A perfect class for those who have never touched a computer before and want hands-on, step-by-step instruction. Designed to go at an easy pace. Includes identifying the various parts of the computer, how to turn it on and off, and use the mouse and keyboard. Also introduces working with Windows, and a brief intro to email and the Internet. Important to attend first class. ALBANY 44214 W Davis, Cassandra

11:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m. $59 FEE

1-Apr

5-May

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CAMCAN

HANDMADE CARDMAKING: FATHER’S DAY NEW!

ALBANY 44215 W Davis, Cassandra

LEBANON 44482 T BOISE, Rene

COMPUTER ESSENTIALS III FOR SENIORS

9-Jun

1

CAMCAN

CERAMICS ADAPTIVE HANDBUILDING For individuals with developmental disabilities. Overview of handbuilding techniques with clay. Emphasis on problem solving; how to take a piece from conception to completion. CORVALLIS 44354 T Hardenburger, Julie

4:15 p.m.-5:15 p.m. $59 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-140

CLAY EXPLORATION An opportunity for students of all skill levels to learn a variety of porcelain and stoneware techniques, and to participate in a number of high fire and Raku firings as well as an obvara and soda glaze firings. CORVALLIS 44356 T Moses, Keith 44359 W Ernst, Ted

6:30 p.m.-9:20 p.m. $129 FEE 6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $129 FEE

22-Apr

3

MKH-207

Go one step further into the incredible world of personal computers with hands-on, step-by-step instructions. Play your own CD’s, or download and play digital music. Play DVD’s on your PC, and learn to stream helpful “how to” YouTube videos. Use your computer to upload, organize, and edit photos from your phone or camera. Finally, share your photos with friends and family online. ALBANY 44216 W Davis, Cassandra

11:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m. $59 FEE

13-May

3

MKH-207

INTRO TO GRAPHIC DESIGN USING ADOBE SUITE Learn about industry standards, shortcuts, and resources for new designers. This course will use the Adobe Suite to challenge students to think about color theory, typography, and design hierarchy from a practical, solution-driven perspective. ALBANY 44211 M Petroccione, Nicole

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

5

SSH-120

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BC-140

IMAGE MANIPULATION WITH ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

1-Apr

10

BC-140

Learn how Photoshop is used in Graphic Design! This course will teach you the basics of photo editing, as well as some advanced techniques in surreal image manipulations. No previous experience required.

Overview of handbuilding techniques with clay. Emphasis on problem solving; how to take a piece from conception to completion. Also explores creative process for those looking for new ideas for their clay work. Students purchase own clay. 1:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $129 FEE

11:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m. $59 FEE

31-Mar

TECHNIQUES FOR HANDBUILDING SUCCESS

CORVALLIS 44355 R Childers, Laurie

MKH-207

Continue your exploration of your PC (personal computer). Surf the web using an internet search engine. Set up an e-mail account, draft and send an e-mail to a family member. Explore Facebook to find and connect with far away friends. Finally, learn tips and tricks for keeping your computer safe and virus free. Perfect for computer users wanting hands-on, step-bystep instructions.

Design a homemade card that will make that special dad in your life be ever so grateful. 1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $29 FEE

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COMPUTER ESSENTIALS II FOR SENIORS

HANDMADE CARDMAKING: MOTHER’S DAY NEW!

LEBANON 44481 T BOISE, Rene

COMPUTER SKILLS & TECHNOLOGY

2-Apr

10

BC-140

ALBANY 44209 W Petroccione, Nicole

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $89 FEE

1-Apr

4

SSH-120

ADOBE ALTERNATIVES: YOU SHOULD KNOW THEM Adobe has been industry standard for decades, but many folks don’t need the high power or high cost of such programs. In this class, you will learn the many free and open source options that are available for anyone to learn and be creative with! We will be discussing the installation and set up of programs like Gimp, Inkscape, and more! Personal laptops highly encouraged. ALBANY 44213 R Petroccione, Nicole

6:00 p.m.-7:20 p.m. $79 FEE

2-Apr

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11 IPHONE/IPAD FUNDAMENTALS

S.O.S. (O.S.): DOWNSIZING PAINLESSLY NEW!

Whether you’re a new or current iPhone or iPad user, navigating through the maze of screens, icons, and controls on your device can be daunting. Learn to manage common applications and personal data, contacts, photos, and other media. You’ll discover gestures and touches that make it easier and more efficient to navigate the screens and apps. Troubleshooting and security tips will be included. The materials are specific to Apple® brand phones and tablets does not apply to Android or Amazon Kindle® devices.

Sort, Organize, Save OR Sell. Join Estate Planner Donna Young for this 4 week class that will help you organize your household and most treasured items.

ALBANY 44197 M Bush, George

11:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

6

MKH-118

IPHONE/IPAD-BEYOND FUNDAMENTALS For current iPhone/iPad users who are already proficient in the fundamentals of using these devices and are wishing to further enhance their skills with some more advanced iOS apps and features such as camera use and Photos app, Pages, Notes, Widgets, and Siri. Learn from step-by-step classroom media presentations accompanied by very detailed handouts in a relaxed environment. Features covered in this class will be of greater benefit to students with iPhone models 6S or newer, iPad 5th Generation (2017) and newer, as well as iPad Pro models. CORVALLIS 44384 R Bush, George

3:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $99 FEE

2-Apr

6

BC-104

ALBANY 44401 R YOUNG, DONNA

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $59 FEE

23-Apr

4

CC-103

FINANCIAL FOUNDATIONS Are you challenged with managing money and a budget? Would you like to learn how to improve your credit report and score? Are you curious about easy-to-follow steps that create the habit of saving? Everyone can benefit from being smarter about managing money. Join DevNW, a local, nonprofit housing agency, you will use hands-on tools and group discussions, you’ll learn how to master money management skills to reach your financial goals, tackle debt, plan for the future and strengthen your credit. The $75 per-household registration buys your household the workshop, and one year of one-on-one financial coaching with a HUD certified counselor. Pre-registration is required through: DevNW at www.devNW.org, hello@devNW.org or by phone at 541-752-7220. ALBANY 44200 TW 6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. STAFF LEBANON 44448 S 9:00 a.m.-4:50 p.m. STAFF

2-Jun

2

CC-211

4-Apr

1

LC-222

FINANCIERAS FUNDAMENTALES

CONSUMER EDUCATION LANDLORD-TENANT LAW & RENT CONTROL NEW! Discussion of landlord-tenant law in general and Oregon’s new rent control law. Class also covers tenancy types and eviction laws. Instructor is Keith Tierney, Director of Civil Rights for Seniors, and current faculty member at LBCC. SWEET HOME 44497 W Tierney, Keith

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

22-Apr

1

SHC-101

ADVANCED LANDLORD-TENANT LAW NEW! This workshop will have a little deeper look into landlord tenant law, from writing the rental agreement to going to court. SWEET HOME 44498 W Tierney, Keith

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

29-Apr

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¿Cómo puede tomar el control de la administración de dinero? ¿Está planificando para esos objetivos a largo plazo? Trace su camino hacia el éxito Financiero. Invierta en su bienestar financiero. Ya sea que desee comprar una casa, iniciar un negocio, comprar un automóvil, planificar para la educación postsecundaria, ahorrar para la jubilación o simplemente invertir en su bienestar financiero, Fundaciones Financieras es el lugar para comenzar. Su membresía de $75 le compra a usted y su hogar los talleres y un año de asesoría financiera individual con un especialista certificado en crédito y presupuesto. Se requiere una registración previa a través de DevNW en el sitio Web www.devNW.org, Correo electrónico: hello@devNW.org o por teléfono al 541-752-7220. ALBANY 44202 STAFF

SHC-101

affordable and convenient classes online

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9:00 a.m.-4:50 p.m.

9-May

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DIY INVESTING WORKSHOP NEW!

Map your path to homeownership. Buying a home can be one of the most stressful transactions you will go through. Partnering with DevNW, a local, non-profit housing agency, will greatly improve your chances of successfully buying and owning your first or next home. Join our workshop to hear housing specialists talk about credit basics, shopping for a home, loan and down-payment assistance programs, understanding lender requirements and loan documents, and to gain insight into the insurance, title/escrow, and home inspection processes. The $75 per-household registration buys your household the workshop, and one year of one-on-one homeownership coaching with a HUD certified counselor and other DevNW financial wellbeing classes. Pre-registration is required through: DevNW at www.devNW.org, hello@devNW. org or by phone at 541-752-7220.

You’d like to get started investing...but how do you start? Open yourself to the world of DIY investing and start making stocks, bonds, and index funds work and compound for you. In this collaborative workshop, you will about types of investing, how to read an investment’s performance, fees and diversification, and how to get started with our without professional assistance. The $75.00 per-household registration buys your household the workshop, and one year of unlimited classes and one-on-one financial coaching with a HUD certified counselor. Pre-registration is required through: DevNW at www.devNW.org, hello@devNW.org or by phone at 541-752-7220.

ALBANY 44201 STAFF

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9:00 a.m.-4:50 p.m.

16-May

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CC-211

FUNDACIONES DE COMPRAR VIVIEND ¿Qué puedo hacer hoy que me ahorre en mi hipoteca mañana? ¿Qué busca un prestamista para calificarlo para un préstamo? ¿Qué debe buscar cuando está buscando préstamos? ¿Cómo priorizar, cuando la accesibilidad es apretada? Trace su camino a la compra de vivienda. Conozca los diferentes productos de préstamos y cómo los préstamos estudiantiles afectan su preparación para préstamos. Conozca los pasos a seguir hoy para estar listo para la compra de activos más grande de su vida. Su membresía de $75 le compra a usted y a su hogar los talleres y un año de asesoría financiera individual con un especialista certificado en crédito y presupuesto. Se requiere una registración previa a través de DevNW en el sitio Web www.devNW.org, Correo electrónico: hello@devNW.org o por teléfono al 541-752-7220. ALBANY 44233 STAFF

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9:00 a.m.-4:50 p.m.

11-Apr

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CC-211

STUDENT LOAN WORKSHOP NEW!

CORVALLIS 44445 T STAFF

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m.

5-May

MEDICARE 101 Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA) is holding a Medicare class that will cover the basics of Medicare A, B, C and D. This class is designed for anyone who will be eligible for Medicare within a few months or is new to Medicare. Beneficiaries will better understand their Medicare benefits and learn how to choose a supplemental insurance plan that best meets their individual needs. It is also a valuable class for current beneficiaries who would like a better understanding of their Medicare benefits and options for changes or additional coverage. Spouses, other relatives and friends are welcome to attend the class as well. The class is taught by an unbiased SHIBA volunteer and sponsored by Linn-Benton RSVP. Reservations are required. Call 541-812-0849 to enroll. ALBANY 44198 M STAFF CORVALLIS 44436 R STAFF LEBANON 44447 T STAFF

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. FREE

18-May

1

CC-211

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. FREE

18-Jun

1

BC-204

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. FREE

21-Apr

1

LC-200

Do you have student loans and have financial goals? How will your student loans affect your eligibility? Taking control of your student loans will help take hold of bigger goals in life. In this collaborative workshop, you will learn about loan repayment options and strategies; how to gather information and get a loan inventory; how home loans affect obtaining a home and other financial goals. The $75.00 per-household registration buys your household the workshop, and one year of unlimited classes and one-on-one financial coaching with a HUD certified counselor. Pre-registration is required through: DevNW at www.devNW.org, hello@devNW.org or by phone at 541-752-7220. CORVALLIS 44444 T STAFF

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m.

21-Apr

1 DEVNW

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FITNESS & DANCE BETTER BONES & BALANCE®: AFTER WORK

FITNESS BETTER BONES & BALANCE®: FIRST STEPS Exercises are adapted for individuals needing improvement in balance and strength, who may have limited mobility, and/or difficulty standing for long periods of time. Balance aids will be used. Focus on lower and upper body strength, improving balance, and strengthening your core. The benefits? Reduce your risk for falls, increase your strength and improve overall mobility and fitness. CORVALLIS 44345 MW Pozzesi, Linda

12:00 p.m.-12:50 p.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

11

BC-130

BETTER BONES & BALANCE® Based on OSU Bone Research Lab studies, this exercise program has been shown to slow the rate of bone loss in adults of all ages. Improve your balance and coordination, reduce your risk for falls, and see an increase in muscle tone and overall body fitness. ALBANY 44184 MWF 7:00 a.m.-7:50 a.m. Farrar & JOHNSON $109 FEE 44185 MWF 8:00 a.m.-8:50 a.m. Farrar & JOHNSON $109 FEE 44186 TR 11:45 a.m.-12:35 p.m. Yee, Chau-Lai $89 FEE CORVALLIS 44324 MWF 7:00 a.m.-7:50 a.m. Brown, Rachael $109 FEE 44326 MWF 7:00 a.m.-7:50 a.m. Hourmanesh-Jones, Maryam $99 FEE 44327 MWF 8:00 a.m.-8:50 a.m. Brown, Rachael $109 FEE 44329 MWF 8:00 a.m.-8:50 a.m. Samuels, Margaret $99 FEE 44330 MW 9:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m. Davenport, Angela $89 FEE 44331 MWF 10:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. Pozzesi, Linda $109 FEE 44332 MW 10:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. Samuels, Margaret $109 FEE 44333 MW 10:45 a.m.-11:35 a.m. Davenport, Angela $89 FEE 44334 MWF 11:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. Pozzesi, Linda $109 FEE 44335 TRS 8:00 a.m.-8:50 a.m. Whipple & Hourmanesh $99 FEE 44336 TR 8:00 a.m.-8:50 a.m. Whipple, Monica $79 FEE 44338 TR 8:30 a.m.-9:20 a.m. Davenport, Angela $89 FEE 44337 S 8:00 a.m.-8:50 a.m. Hourmanesh-Jones, Maryam $59 FEE LEBANON 44468 MWF 8:00 a.m.-8:50 a.m. Walker, Pamela $99 FEE

30-Mar

11

SWANSO

30-Mar

11

SWANSO

31-Mar

11

SWANSO

30-Mar

11

BC-130

30-Mar

11

WALCO

30-Mar

11

BC-130

30-Mar

11

WALCO

30-Mar

11

FITOVR

30-Mar

11

BC-130

30-Mar

11

FIRCON

30-Mar

11

FITOVR

30-Mar

11

BC-130

31-Mar

11

WALCO

31-Mar

11

WALCO

31-Mar

11

FITOVR

9

WALCO

11

LEBSR

4-Apr

Stay fit for life. Achieve full body fitness by strengthening your muscles and conditioning your cardiovascular system. Enjoy a dynamic mix of high intensity cardio intervals, weight lifting, and core strengthening activities. Round out your routine with lower body exercises proven to prevent or minimize bone loss. This is not a slow-paced class. 9:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m. $109 FEE 11:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $89 FEE

CORVALLIS 44342 TR Brown, Rachael LEBANON 44462 TR Walker, Pamela

5:30 p.m.-6:20 p.m. $89 FEE

31-Mar

11 REBK

5:15 p.m.-6:05 p.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

11

LEBSR

YOGA A beginning and intermediate level class where students learn basic yoga poses and are given options so that they can work at their own level. Strengthening, stretching, balancing, and relaxing are focused on in class. Benefits include greater flexibility and strength and reduced stress. CORVALLIS 44291 MW Yeomans, Kirstin

6:00 p.m.-6:50 p.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

11

BC-130

GENTLE YOGA NEW! Increase strength, flexibility, and reduce stress while learning techniques to calm your mind and soothe your spirit. Learn yoga poses that develop strength, balance, proper breathing, and relaxation. Bring a yoga mat and blanket. No class on 4/22 ALBANY 44189 MW Rose, Mary 44190 MW Rose, Mary 44191 MW Rose, Mary CORVALLIS 44300 TR Blau, Diana LEBANON 44465 TR McCarthy, Leigh

1:00 p.m.-1:50 p.m. $79 FEE 2:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $79 FEE 3:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $79 FEE

30-Mar

11 ALBSR

30-Mar

11 ALBSR

30-Mar

11 ALBSR

1:00 p.m.-1:50 p.m. $89 FEE

7-Apr

10

BC-130

10:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

10

LCX-103

YOGA POWER Yoga Power is a challenging athletic flow, combining strength, flexibility, and stamina. Intended to be a transformative practice this powerful, healing yoga class is a specific sequence of postures (asanas), linking breath (pranayama), and movement (vinyasa). The class is adaptable for all levels of yoga experience. Please bring a yoga mat to class. LEBANON 44464 MWF McCarthy, Leigh

8:15 a.m.-9:05 a.m. $109 FEE

30-Mar

9

LCX-103

PRENATAL YOGA NEW! 30-Mar

BETTER BONES & BALANCE®: ACCELERATED

CORVALLIS 44343 MWF Pozzesi, Linda 44344 TR Samuels, Margaret

Based on OSU Bone Research Lab studies, this exercise program has been shown to slow the rate of bone loss in adults of all ages. Improve your balance and coordination, reduce your risk for falls, and see an increase in muscle tone and overall body fitness.

30-Mar

11

BC-130

31-Mar

11

BC-130

Develop a deeper connection to your body, breath, and baby in this gentle, nurturing yoga class. Benefits will include improved circulation, preparation of hips and pelvis for delivery, increased stamina, regulation of breathing, and greater mind and body awareness. Enjoy meeting other moms-to-be and fostering a sense of community through motherhood. It is recommended you check with your physician prior to participating. CORVALLIS 44366 F Blau, Diana LEBANON 44466 TR McCarthy, Leigh

10:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $69 FEE

10-Apr

10

BC-107

9:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m. $89 FEE

31-Mar

10

LCX-103

Registration & contact information: page 47 • Location Key: page 48 • Confused? See How to Read Class Listings: page 48


15 VINIYOGA

SPRING FOREST QI GONG & ACUPRESSURE

Yoga postures, or asana, move energy throughout the body facilitating health, strength, and resiliency. This class increases flexibility and mental clarity, eliminates muscular or joint pain, and reduces stress. Come join us in the practice of Viniyoga, a practice where every movement begins and ends with attention to breath. Please bring a yoga mat and 1-2 blankets for support in various poses.

Practice breathing techniques with gentle energy movements to ease physical pain, remove blockages, and relieve stress. Learn to use specific positive emotions and thoughts to enhance and accelerate healing. Experience additional healing benefits by learning key acupressure points for relief from other body ailments.

CORVALLIS 44289 F Shimeall, Martha

12:00 p.m.-1:20 p.m. $79 FEE

10-Apr

10

BC-130

Vinyasa Flow is based on flowing, dynamic sequence of movements which are synchronized with the breath and also includes static postures, balances and stretches. Increase strength, flexibility and endurance while improving circulation, balance and alignment/posture. Relax your mind, body, and soul. All levels welcome. Bring yoga mat, blanket, and water bottle optional. 1:00 p.m.-1:50 p.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

11

BC-130

TAI CHI Tai Chi is a form of movement, meditation, and martial art that originated in China. Promotes relaxation, relief from stress, and improved general well-being by practicing mind/ body harmony and cultivating internal energy or ‘chi”. ALBANY 44187 M Leban, Diane 44188 T Leban, Diane CORVALLIS 44293 S Leibowitz & Leban LEBANON 44467 MW Kelly, Jeffrey

10:30 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $69 FEE 3:30 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $69 FEE

30-Mar

10 ALBSR

31-Mar

10 ALBSR

10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $99 FEE

4-Apr

10:00 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

9

BC-130

11

LEBSR

A gentle, easy to learn form of Chen Tai Qi Chuan (Taijiquan) taken from the complete Old Style Routine of the original style of Tai Chi. Practice of Tai Chi can improve balance, leg strength, relaxation, and general health. The 8 Movement Form requires no previous experience and is a great introduction to the 300 year old art of Chen Style Tai Chi Quan. The instructor, Jeffrey J Kelly trained in the Chen Village in China and has over 30 years experience practicing and teaching Chen Taijiquan. 3:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $69 FEE

4-Apr

8

FITOVR

This is an all-level class. Beginners are welcome! We will be working with building strength in the body centered around the core and postural alignment. The strength building movements will be complimented with gentle stretching to get a well-rounded workout. CORVALLIS 44307 TR Blau, Diana

2:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $89 FEE

7-Apr

10

BC-130

CLASSICAL PILATES A system of exercises based upon the teachings of Joseph Pilates. The exercises can be modified so any student is able to achieve the workout. There is a progression of challenge as we introduce new exercises as the body becomes stronger and the mind is more knowledgeable about the correct muscles to be used. ALBANY 44192 TR Powell, Jennifer CORVALLIS MW 44305 Powell, Jennifer 44306 TR Powell, Jennifer

5:15 p.m.-6:05 p.m. $89 FEE

31-Mar

11

SWANSO

3:30 p.m.-4:20 p.m. $89 FEE 7:30 a.m.-8:20 a.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

11

BC-130

31-Mar

11

BC-130

PILATES COMBO

CHEN STYLE TAI CHI

CORVALLIS 44340 F Kelly, Jeffrey

10:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $69 FEE

GENTLE PILATES NEW!

VINYASA YOGA

CORVALLIS 44292 MW Vega, Kimberly

CORVALLIS 44295 S LaMore, Sharon

10-Apr

8

BC-130

Pilates is a series of low-impact exercises that concentrates on building strong abdominal muscles, which improves balance and coordination. This Pilates Combo format involves toning with light weights, balancing, and mat workout using a combination of yoga and pilates moves. ALBANY 44234 MR Yee, Chau-Lai

5:30 p.m.-6:20 p.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

11 AC-120

CORE STRENGTH In this class we will build strength from the center out. This is a well-rounded body conditioning class that includes a blend of Yoga and Pilates. All strength levels are welcome. CORVALLIS 44304 S Blau, Diana

12:00 p.m.-1:20 p.m. $79 FEE

4-Apr

10

BC-130

STRENGTH & TONE

YANG TAI CHI Tai Chi is a form of movement, meditation, and martial art that originated in China. Participants learn mind/body harmony and how to cultivate our internal energy or ‘chi’. Promotes balance, flexibility, relaxation, calm focus, and improved general health. All levels welcome.

A workout program designed to tone and strengthen all major muscle groups of the body. Benches, bands, and weights will be utilized for added resistance. Provides instruction to develop total body tone, including strengthening and firming of stomach, legs, hips, thighs, arms, and upper body.

CORVALLIS 44288 W Billey, Jessica

CORVALLIS 44294 MWF Jederlinich, Emily

12:00 p.m.-12:50 p.m. $69 FEE

1-Apr

10 PREMAR

5:00 p.m.-5:50 p.m. $109 FEE

30-Mar

11

BC-130


16 BODY CONDITIONING

EARLY MORNING FITNESS

Focus on improving your overall fitness as you challenge yourself to achieve the changes you desire in a fun and motivating environment. Classes will include a variety of exercises that aim to increase strength, endurance and flexibility, with an emphasis on proper form.

Join this class for early risers! Includes warm up activities, stretching, flexibility, easy cardio, and strength training with light hand weights, resistance ropes, and physioballs. Physical limitations? No problem, we can accommodate all! No class on 4/22

CORVALLIS 44341 TR Pozzesi, Linda

8:30 a.m.-9:20 a.m. $89 FEE

31-Mar

11

BC-130

ALBANY 44182 MWF Yee, Chau-Lai

8:00 a.m.-8:50 a.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

11 ALBSR

EASY CARDIO FITNESS

GENTLE EXERCISE FOR BEGINNERS

Want to focus on overall fitness and body trimming? Improve your strength, flexibility, and stamina by incorporating these easy and diverse set of circuit routines that promote fitness for life.

Need to relieve stiffness, strengthen muscles, improve balance, and decrease arthritis pain? These gentle, joint-safe exercises are developed specifically for people with arthritis or musculoskeletal conditions, fibromyalgia, COPD, and anyone who is sedentary with limited or impaired joint-mobility. Lowimpact exercises can be done while sitting, standing, or on the floor.

ALBANY 44207 MWF Schukow, Nicole CORVALLIS 44301 TR Samuels, Margaret

12:00 p.m.-12:50 p.m. $109 FEE

30-Mar

11 AC-120

12:00 p.m.-12:50 p.m. $89 FEE

31-Mar

11

BC-130

ZUMBA® Zumba® is a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness program featuring easy to follow, low-impact aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms. Latin and international dance music creates fun and even partylike classes. Achieve long term goals and benefits of improved agility, flexibility, cardio and muscular strength. Join the fun and feel the beat! LEBANON 44463 MW Schaefer, Michelle

6:00 p.m.-6:50 p.m. $79 FEE

30-Mar

10 IOOFLE

ZUMBA® GOLD A dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness program perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba® class that recreates the original moves you love at a lowerintensity. It is designed to introduce easy-to-follow Zumba® choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion, and coordination. ALBANY 44206 TR Farrar, Kris

9:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

11

BGCLUB

TOTAL BODY BURN NEW!

ALBANY 44183 MWF Yee, Chau-Lai

12:00 p.m.-12:50 p.m. $109 FEE

30-Mar

Modified exercise for older adults: chair exercises, walking, limited dance movement, and stretching. Open to all seniors and everyone in the community. CORVALLIS 44298 TR Livesay, Nichole

9:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

CORVALLIS 44347 F Hardenburger, Julie

4:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $49 FEE

10-Apr

BALLET CORE A combination of ballet, stretching, and core work to develop strength, flexibility, and balance. Ballet Core involves ballet exercises at the barre, core strengthening workouts, and stretching, as well as routines in the center to develop a range of skills. The use of light weights throughout the class creates an additional challenge and adds to the goal of achieving a full body workout. No previous dance experience required. CORVALLIS 44346 TR Laukkanen, Kaisa

6:00 p.m.-7:20 p.m. $109 FEE

31-Mar

10

9

BC-130

AQUATIC FITNESS Water exercises and movements to stretch and strengthen the body, tone muscles, and increase flexibility. Develop ability to move freely and expressively in the water. Enrollment limited. SWEET HOME 44493 MW Clark, Irene

7:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

CREATE YOUR FITNESS SCHEDULE

BC-130

MEADOW

For individuals with developmental disabilities. Get your heart rate up with aerobics, light weight training, and movement to music.

CORVALLIS 44367 TR Livesay, Nichole

11

10

ADAPTIVE MOVEMENT FITNESS

DEEP H2O

31-Mar

LM-130

MODIFIED EXERCISE WITH CHAIRS

Melt calories, build fat-burning muscle, and increase cardio endurance with this fun and challenging circuit class. Rotate through a variety of short but intense cardio, weight, and balance challenge intervals to fire up your metabolism and tone your entire body. This is a great class for exercisers of every fitness level - set your own pace and get ready to sweat! 5:00 p.m.-5:50 p.m. $89 FEE

11

8

SHHS-POOL

Deep water class with flotation belts. (No impact.) Super workout for all levels. You don’t need to know how to swim. SWEET HOME 44494 W Golden, Diane

12:30 p.m.-1:20 p.m. $69 FEE

1-Apr

10

SHHS-POOL

Create your own two or three-hour a week fitness program using any combination of non-credit Physical Education classes. Some classes do not apply; others may require instructor approval. Must register at Benton Center. CORVALLIS 44303 TBA TBA $99 FEE STAFF 44302 TBA TBA STAFF $119 FEE

30-Mar 10

BC-130

30-Mar 10

BC-130

BC-130

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YOGA DANCE MOVEMENT PAGE 18


18

DANCE

LINE DANCE

COUNTRY DANCE FOR COUPLES-BEGINNING NEW! Country dancing is FUN! Covers Cowboy two-step, East Coast Swing, Waltz, Cha-Cha, Horseshoe, and other pattern dances. This is not line dancing. Country Dance is perfect for couples wishing to learn ballroom or swing dancing. You are encouraged to enroll with a partner. Wear soft-soled shoes. ALBANY 44204 T Green, Vickie

7:45 p.m.-9:05 p.m. $69 FEE

31-Mar

8 AC-120

COUNTRY DANCE FOR COUPLES-INTERMEDIATE NEW! Take your Country two-step to the next level. Besides learning variations to popular partner dances, students will be introduced to beginning Night Club two-step and West Coast Swing and develop more advanced moves in the waltz, twostep, cha cha, East Coast Swing and others. Participants are required to complete a minimum of three terms of Beginning Country Dance or can effectively demonstrate basic turns of two-step, waltz, and East Coast Swing. Participants will be evaluated at the first class. ALBANY 44205 T Briggs, Ernest

6:15 p.m.-7:35 p.m. $69 FEE

31-Mar

8 AC-120

COMPLETE COUNTRY DANCE BEGINNING Learn a variety of couples pattern dances and line dances in this combination class that requires no partner! Couples dances will include the Horseshoe, Sweetheart Stroll, El Paso, Coconut Cha, and Blue Rose. Line dances will be to some of your favorite tunes. Wear shoes with smooth or leather soles so you can easily move your feet. Come see how fun dancing can be! LEBANON 44471 T Buchholz, Robyn

6:30 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $39 FEE

31-Mar

4

LEBSR

COMPLETE COUNTRY DANCE BEYOND BEGINNING A continuation of Complete Country Dance Beginning with more emphasis on refinement, style and learning additional dances. Learn a variety of couples pattern dances and line dances in this combination class that requires no partner. Wear shoes with smooth or leather soles so you can easily move your feet. Come see how fun dancing can be! LEBANON 44470 T Buchholz, Robyn

6:30 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $39 FEE

28-Apr

4

Line dancing is easy, fun and great exercise. Learn some dances and enjoy a wide variety of music including country music. No partner needed. Wear shoes with leather soles or shoes that you can slide in. Come join the fun! LEBANON 44472 T Green, Vickie

1:30 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $69 FEE

31-Mar

Belly dance as an exercise is an enjoyable way to tone the body and develop balance, suppleness and flexibility. As an art form, it encourages expressiveness and grace for everyone. CORVALLIS 44350 T Chakerian, Raven

7:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $69 FEE

31-Mar

10-Apr

4

8

BC-130

INTERMEDIATE BELLY DANCE Continue your exploration of belly dancing. Develop balance, suppleness, and flexibility as you find your own expression through this beautiful art form. CORVALLIS 44349 T Chakerian, Raven

8:30 p.m.-9:20 p.m. $69 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-130

MODERN HULA HOOP DANCE Come try out a new spin on an old tradition! Combines complex tricks with smooth, flowing transitions while moving the body rhythmically to accentuate music. This performance art mixes belly dance, gymnastics, modern dance, and yoga to improve flexibility, endurance, balance, motor skills, and handeye coordination. ALBANY 44193 M Stanfield, Hannah

5:30 p.m.-6:20 p.m. $69 FEE

30-Mar

8

SWANSO

YOGA DANCE MOVEMENT Take the postures of yoga and the movements from Cuban style contemporary dance to create a balanced workout. Explore strength, flexibility, and balance in this rhythmic fusion class to the sounds of tribal beats. No experience necessary. All fitness levels are welcome. CORVALLIS 44290 S Blau, Diana

2:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $69 FEE

4-Apr

LEBSR

Jump into country swing dance with your chosen partner! Gain knowledge of past and modern techniques and styles while learning the fundamentals of country swing. Learn exciting swing moves such as flips, spins, and intricate combinations that will amaze your friends. Bond with your partner, have fun, and stay in shape in this exercise intensive dance class. You are encouraged to register with a partner. 7:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $49 FEE

LEBSR

BEGINNING BELLY DANCE

COWBOY SWING FOR COUPLES

CORVALLIS 44348 F Clark, FranK

8

BC-130

Registration & contact information: page 47 • Location Key: page 48 • Confused? See How to Read Class Listings: page 48

10

BC-130


19

FOOD & DRINK

GARDEN, NATURE & OUTDOOR

COOKING ASIAN SPRING ROLLS NEW! Learn to make deep fried Filipino lumpia, deep fried spring rolls and fresh summer rolls with rice paper wrapping. From filling types and ingredients to various dipping sauces, learn which taste best together and how to get your family rollin’! ALBANY 44220 F Bender, Lily

6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $79 FEE

1-May

1

CC-219

LOCAL HAWAII FOODS NEW! Learn to make famous dishes from Hawaii. From Spam musubi to Loco Moco to poke, this class will cover these classic and popular dishes. ALBANY 44221 S Bender, Lily

9:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $89 FEE

2-May

1

CC-219

CAKE DECORATING

YEAR-ROUND VEGETABLE GARDENING Vegetable gardening in the Willamette Valley can truly be a year-round activity. This class is a month-by-month walk through of the gardening season. For each month we will discuss what you can plant, techniques to make your garden more successful, as well as information on diseases, pests, harvest times, and tips and techniques to simplify starting your own transplants from seed. CORVALLIS 44432 W Morgan, Darren LEBANON 44452 R Morgan, Darren SWEET HOME 44496 F Morgan, Darren

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

1-Apr

1

SHON

5:00 p.m.-6:50 p.m. $29 FEE

2-Apr

1

LC-200

5:00 p.m.-6:50 p.m. $29 FEE

10-Apr

1

SHC-101

BACKYARD BEE BASICS

CAKE DECORATING WITH BUTTERCREAM Learn how to use buttercream icing while focusing on a variety of ways to decorate cakes. Use simple techniques to accomplish professional looking results. See supplies to bring to first class: linnbenton.edu/supplies ALBANY 44217 M Hase, Cheryl LEBANON 44449 W Hase, Cheryl

HOME & GARDEN

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $49 FEE

30-Mar

4 AC-127

10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $49 FEE

1-Apr

4

LC-217

Explore the world of pollination in your backyard! Three different types of bees will be discussed: Bumble Bees, Honey Bees, and Mason Bees. Learn how to make an inviting habitat for bees in your backyard; the level of work required to keep each type of bee; and how families can participate together in keeping bees. At the end of this series you will be provided with supply lists and support resources for new beekeepers. CORVALLIS 44434 R 12:30 p.m.-1:20 p.m. Burgess, Louise-Annette $69 FEE

2-Apr

6

BC-205

CAKE DECORATING WITH ROYAL ICING

FAIRY GARDEN IN A POT

Take your cake decorating to a new level by decorating with Royal Icing. Make correlli lace, brush embroidery, petals, blossoms, and more. Mastering this decorating technique will open your world to a whole new level of creativity. Besides its lovely finish it also colors nicely and is used as a frosting for cakes, cookies, and intricate piped decorations. See supply list at: linnbenton.edu/supplies

Let’s build a Fairy Garden center piece or pot for your outdoor garden or table. Bring a pot and any cute decorative pieces you’d like to include. Fee covers soil and plant material which will be supplied. Feel free to bring some plant material from your garden to share! This is a fun project that can last for years.

ALBANY 44218 M Hase, Cheryl LEBANON 44450 W Hase, Cheryl

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $49 FEE

27-Apr

10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $49 FEE

29-Apr

4 AC-127

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $39 FEE

22-Apr

1

LBGC

GARDEN DESIGN FOR POLLINATORS 4

LC-217

TIERED CAKES & FONDANT ART NEW! It’s a whole new way to decorate! Learn to cover a cake in fondant. Plus make three-dimensional decorations using gum paste and fondant, and an array of flowers, including the gum paste rose. Fondant kit included in fee. Other supplies needed. See supplies to bring to class: linnbenton.edu/supplies ALBANY 44219 T Hase, Cheryl LEBANON 44451 W Hase, Cheryl

LEBANON 44459 W Small, Carol

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $79 FEE

26-May

3 AC-127

10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $79 FEE

27-May

3

LC-217

This workshop will be an introduction to our native pollinators, habitat needs of pollinators, pollinator flower preferences and how to incorporate those needs and preferences into a landscape design. CORVALLIS 44433 T Morgan, Darren

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

31-Mar

1

SHON

GROWING THE BEST LAVENDER NEW! Lavender will be described in great detail from growing it, pruning it, and maintaining it for maximum beauty. We’ll discuss varieties and much more. Recipe ideas will be included. CORVALLIS 44281 F Small, Carol LEBANON 44460 W Small, Carol

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

5-Jun

1

BC-107

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

3-Jun

1

LBGC


20

NATURE & OUTDOOR

CLIMATE CHANGE SERIES: EFFECTS ON HUMAN HEALTH NEW!

BIRDS OF THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY NEW!

How hot is too hot? Not only is it getting hotter here and around the world, there are many compounding factors affecting human health. Learn how the changes discussed in the previous series influence and affect human health around the world.

The Willamette Valley is home to many diverse populations of birds that live here year-round as well as being a migratory highway for many species. If you enjoy learning about birds, want to learn more about various local species, and bird conservation, this workshop is for you. The conversation will also connect birds in an ecological global context. CORVALLIS 44368 R Gooch, Christina

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

2-Apr

1

BC-105

BIRDING FOR BEGINNERS NEW! The Willamette Valley is an incredibly rich environment for bird watching. Learn identification tips for our feathered friends, common species in our area, and learn about ways to foster your own backyard bird sanctuary. The series culminates with two field trips to local birding hotspots on Saturdays April 18 & May 2, 7:30a.m.-11:30a.m. CORVALLIS 44369 R S S Gooch, Christina

6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $89 FEE

9-Apr 18-Apr 2-May

4 1 1

BC-105 FLD FLD

CLIMATE CHANGE WORKSHOP SERIES NEW! The Climate Change Series is a 4-part series to inform about climate change in an unbiased, nonpolitical format. We will define what a change in climate means and what it looks like around the world. Each workshop will focus on one of the 4 main topics: extreme weather, ice and oceans, ecosystem shifts, and effects on human health and include interactive activities and Q & A. You don’t have to understand science to understand climate change. LEBANON 44454 R Lippmann, Becky

4:00 p.m.-5:20 p.m. $69 FEE

2-Apr

4

LC-200

CLIMATE CHANGE SERIES: EXTREME WEATHER NEW! Defining what climate change is and what it is not. Discussion, with graphic illustrations and photos, of what leads to intense wildfires, flooding, hurricanes and other extreme events. LEBANON 44455 R Lippmann, Becky

4:00 p.m.-5:20 p.m. $29 FEE

2-Apr

1

LC-200

CLIMATE CHANGE SERIES: ICE & OCEANS NEW! Water can do amazing things! We will look at how large water systems work and how warming temperatures can affect those systems. Ice is only ice when it is frozen! There are many factors that can contribute to ice melt. LEBANON 44456 R Lippmann, Becky

4:00 p.m.-5:20 p.m. $29 FEE

9-Apr

1

LC-200

CLIMATE CHANGE SERIES: ECOSYSTEM SHIFTS NEW!

LEBANON 44458 R Lippmann, Becky

4:00 p.m.-5:20 p.m. $29 FEE

23-Apr

1

LC-200

WILDERNESS SURVIVAL SERIES NEW! Discover what to DO and absolutely what NOT to do in this beginner’s wilderness survival course. Topics that will be explored in this series includes: improvised shelters, edible plants, fire techniques, field-expedient tools, water filtration and purification, creating natural waypoints, traps & survival fishing, and much more. Saturdays will include a 1-2 hours in a classroom followed by field experience at Bryant Park. All supplies included with fee. Note: 4/18 time will be 1:30 p.m.-7:20 p.m. ALBANY 44312 S S S S S S Stark, Jeremiah

9:00 A.M.-10:50A.M. 11:00 A.M.-2:50 P.M. 1:30 P.M.-3:20 P.M. 3:30 P.M.-7:20 P.M. 9:00 A.M.-10:50 A.M. 11:00 A.M.-2:50 P.M. $229 FEE

11-APR 11-APR 18-APR 18-APR 25-APR 25-APR

1 T-205 1 FLD 1 T-205 1 FLD 2 T-205 2 FLD

FIRE & SHELTER NEW! These are the first steps to sustainability in a survival situation. Learn how fire and shelter go hand in hand and learn what natural formations can offer a greater chance for both. The course will include field experience at Bryant Park and all supplies included with fee. ALBANY 44313 S S Stark, Jeremiah

9:00 A.M.-10:50 A.M. 11:00 A.M.-2:50 P.M. $89 FEE

11-APR 11-APR

1 T-205 1 FLD

WATER & FOOD PROCUREMENT NEW! Be confident in harvesting basic plant and animal foods and be mindful of where and when to look. Learn basic ways to boil, strain, filter fresh and salt water. The course will include field experience at Bryant Park and all supplies included with fee. ALBANY 44314 S S Stark, Jeremiah

1:30 P.M.- 3:20 P.M. 3:30 P.M.- 7:20 P.M. $89 FEE

18-APR 18-APR

1 T-205 1 FLD

NATURAL LAND NAVIGATION & BASIC TRACKING NEW! Learn to navigate unfamiliar areas by celestial interactions with the earth, map, compass and other natural methods. The course will include field experience at Bryant Park and all supplies included with fee.

Plants are on the move, following them are insects then birds then other animals, or collapsing into extinction. Learn how climate change affects forests, wetlands, rivers and streams, and oceans.

ALBANY 44315 S S Stark, Jeremiah

LEBANON 44457 R Lippmann, Becky

Learn steps to manage stress through breathing, mindfulness, and to develop adaptability. Utilize fear to avoid panic. The course will include field experience at Bryant Park and all supplies included with fee.

4:00 p.m.-5:20 p.m. $29 FEE

16-Apr

1

LC-200

9:00 A.M.-10:50 A.M. 11:00 A.M.-2:50 P.M. $89 FEE

25-APR 25-APR

1 T-205 1 FLD

PSYCHOLOGY OF SURVIVAL NEW!

ALBANY 44316 S 9:00 A.M.-10:50 A.M. 2-MAY 1 T-205 S 11:00A.M.-2:50P.M. 2-MAY 1 FLD Stark, Jeremiah $89 FEE

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HEALTH & WELLNESS HEALTHY DIET/HEALTHY PLANET Learn about the food we consume, where it is sourced, and how it impacts both our health and the environment. Debunk myths about nutrition and learn about the function of macro and phytonutrients and their role in disease prevention. The class will also expose the harsh truths about the animal agriculture and processed foods industries along with how the Whole-Food, Plant-Based Lifestyle is the ultimate solution for preventing disease and global catastrophe. CORVALLIS 44430 T Stout, Michael

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $69 FEE

26-May

3

BC-104

SLEEP WELL! BE WELL! Learn how to correct poor sleep habits to improve sleep efficiency. Explore the risks and benefits of common stimulants and sedatives like alcohol, cannabis, and caffeine. Learn how various elements of our health such as stress, diet, activity levels, and our environment influence the quality of our sleep and vitality. Find out how these elements are interconnected and how one can optimize their sleep and overall wellness. CORVALLIS 44429 T Stout, Michael

3:30 p.m.-5:20 p.m. $49 FEE

2-Jun

2

BC-104

USUI REIKI NEW! Reiki is an easy healing technique to use. You will learn the technique to use Reiki on yourself or someone else in person and at a distance. We will also explore the history of Usui Reiki through Holy Fire III and the three symbols to increase the healing strength of Reiki. A text can be purchased in class for $20 and will be used as a guide through both days. CORVALLIS 44287 F Hashizume, Jacqueline LEBANON 44461 SU Hashizume, Jacqueline

10:00 a.m.-3:50 p.m. $99 FEE

17-Apr

2

BC-105

10:00 a.m.-3:50 p.m. $99 FEE

16-May

1

LC-103

AHA CPR/BLS FOR HEALTHCARE OCC This is a one day non-credit course in American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support CPR. To register, contact Autumn Leach: leacha@linnbenton.edu or 541-917-4961 LEBANON 44489 STAFF 44490 STAFF 44491 STAFF

S $79 FEE S $79 FEE S $79 FEE

9:00 a.m.-1:20 p.m.

4-Apr

1

LCX-103

9:00 a.m.-1:20 p.m.

2-May

1

LCX-103

9:00 a.m.-1:20 p.m.

6-Jun

1

LCX-103

HISTORY OREGON HISTORY Take a step back in time and discover Oregon’s rich history from the pioneer period, including the settlement of Northwest Indians, fur traders, mountain men, pioneers, all ethnic groups that came to Oregon, the Lewis and Clark expedition, the history of Oregon’s towns and cities, and the Gold Rush era. ALBANY 44227 M Frost, Clara

9:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $69 FEE

30-Mar

8

LAKESI

HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES IN CORVALLIS Take a step back in time and discover the rich history of early cinema in downtown Corvallis. In this fascinating class, you will tour the theaters of yesterday from your seat in the front row! You will see pictures of some of the oldest buildings in downtown, while also learning about some of those that are no longer standing. You’ll see an example of historic preservation in action and learn about some of the lost architectural gems that once lined the streets of Corvallis and entertained the people. CORVALLIS 44426 R 12:30 p.m.-2:20 p.m. Burgess, Louise-Annette $59 FEE

21-May

3

BC-205

NORTHWEST RAILROAD HISTORY Journey back in time and learn how the railroads helped shape and build the Northwest from the James Hill era to the little known start up lines that went nowhere. Ever wondered when a rail line was built, the factors behind it, who built it and what it does in today’s world? Railroads shaped the country and brought it to where it is today. Come join us on a unique trip through our local Northwest history. All aboard!! CORVALLIS 44286 T Schulte, James

12:00 p.m.-1:50 p.m. $69 FEE

31-Mar

4

BC-205

SANTIAM KALAPUYA INDIANS Explore the life-ways of the Santiam/Kalapuya Indians prior to Caucasian invasion. First class will meet in the classroom and cover pre-history of the people of Western Oregon including archeological evidence, early settler accounts, and Kalapuya era replica artifacts. Second class is a field trip, which includes a gentle hike to Cascadia Cave, an important site to Santiam Kalapuyans, where we will examine traditional cultural resource areas and discuss restoration opportunities. Students must supply their own transportation to Cascadia State Park, bring lunch, water, camera and field clothing appropriate for rain and mud. SWEET HOME 44495 M W Farque, Anthony

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. 10:00 a.m.-1:50 p.m. FREE

18-May 20-May

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COMPARING CULTURES

Explores the social, economic, and political dimensions of Mexican history from the colonial period to the modern era. Topics will be organized around the struggle for national independence in 1821 and the Mexican Revolution from 1910 to 1920. Classes will be organized around lecture but discussion will be greatly encouraged. Instructor speaks Spanish.

Ever wondered if things are the same around the world? Comparing similarities and differences between diverse cultures is the foundation of anthropology. In this class we will explore the idea of a universal cultural structure.

CORVALLIS 44427 T Perdue, Doyle

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $69 FEE

14-Apr

4

BC-107

MEDIEVAL WORLD HISTORY NEW! The ancient philosophers actually remain with us: questions of what to believe, whether life has meaning and what such might be, how to be happy, how to confront our own mortality, how to live a moral life... if there existed fixed answers to these no need would remain to study these thinkers of old, yet their influences has never dwindled. Since most of us do not get the opportunity to study them directly, this is a perfect chance to consider them cross-culturally. CORVALLIS 44446 M Wollert, Edwin

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $89 FEE

30-Mar

10

BC-209

ALBANY 44224 T Felmley, Amy

28-Apr

1

CC-210

CULTURE & LANGUAGE How does language reflect culture and culture shape language? So what if an ancient language disappears? In this class we will explore how anthropologists study the relationship between language and culture. ALBANY 44225 T Felmley, Amy

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

5-May

1

CC-210

CULTURE & RELIGION Are all religions equally valid? What is the role of religion within diverse cultures? What happens when a traditional spiritual system is replaced by an outside religion? In this class we will explore how anthropologists study world religions as part of their cultures. ALBANY 44226 T Felmley, Amy

CULTURE

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

12-May

1

CC-210

POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES What does it mean to be progressive, moderate, or conservative? What does it mean to be a radical, a centrist, a reactionary? This course explores the characteristics, origins, and development of contemporary political ideologies. Topics will explore the concepts and characteristics of conservatism, democracy, environmentalism, liberalism, socialism, and nationalism over a period of five weeks. CORVALLIS 44425 T Perdue, Doyle

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $69 FEE

12-May

5

BC-107

CULTURE-IT’S A MATTER OF PERSPECTIVE SERIES What is Culture? Some people might say culture is a concert of classical music or a play. Anthropologists would say it is a group of people who share language, traditions and beliefs. Are all cultures equal? Are some cultural traditions wrong? In this class we will explore how anthropologists view culture--what it is, how it works and why it matters. Join us for the series of 4 or sign up individually. ALBANY 44222 T Felmley, Amy

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $79 FEE

21-Apr

4

CC-210

WHAT IS CULTURE? Some people might say culture is a concert of classical music or a play. Anthropologists would say it is a group of people who share language, traditions, and beliefs. Are all cultures equal? Are some cultural traditions wrong? In this class we will explore how anthropologists view culture - what it is, how it works and why it matters. ALBANY 44223 T Felmley, Amy

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

21-Apr

1

CC-210

RELIGION HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF CHRISTIANITY What can the study of history tell us about where Christianity and the New Testament come from? Who were Jesus and his followers, in their own time and culture? How did Christianity grow from an obscure and persecuted Jewish sect to the official religion of the Roman Empire? In this course we consider what historical research, using sources both inside and outside the Bible can tell us about Jesus, his disciples and the origins of the Christian religion. CORVALLIS 44424 W Painter, Luke

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $69 FEE

1-Apr

6

BC-246

PHILOSOPHY THE BASICS OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY NEW! The ancient philosophers actually remain with us: questions of what to believe, whether life has meaning and what such might be, how to be happy, how to confront our own mortality, how to live a moral life... if there existed fixed answers to these no need would remain to study these thinkers of old, yet their influences has never dwindled. Since most of us do not get the opportunity to study them directly, this is a perfect chance to consider them cross-culturally. CORVALLIS 44441 T Wollert, Edwin

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $89 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-246


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HOME & DIY HOME

INNOVATIVE FLORAL DESIGN

FLORAL DESIGN: THINK IN COLOR! NEW! Explore color and its relationship to floral design. Brighten up your everyday life with bright beautiful flowers for your home. Each student will walk away with three arrangements of their own creation. Supply fee covers fresh flowers for first class. Additional supplies/flowers provided by the student. Supply list provided at first class. CORVALLIS 44284 T Somppi, James

7:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

5

BC-106

Learn fun and unique flower arranging with a focus on winter and early spring. Each student will take home weekly projects. Supply fee covers fresh flowers for first class. Additional supplies/flowers provided by the student. Supply list provided at first class. 7:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $79 FEE

1-Apr

5

BC-106

FLORAL DESIGN: CENTERPIECES NEW! Gather your wedding party and have some fun with DIY centerpieces for your big day! In this two-week workshop, you’ll increase your confidence in your ability to assemble a centerpiece for your reception. Week one will be how to make a centerpiece in a vase or container without the aid of floral foam. In week two, we will use floral foam to master a low profile centerpiece. Please bring 12 to 20 stems of flowers and 7 to 12 pieces of greenery each week. Vases, containers, floral foam, tools, wire, and floral tape will be provided as part of the supply fee. ALBANY 44236 R Farrar, Kris

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $69 FEE

2-Apr

2 AC-127

FLORAL DESIGN: WEDDING PARTY FLOWERS NEW! Gather your wedding party and have some fun making DIY wedding party flowers for your big day! In this two-week workshop, you’ll increase your confidence in your ability to assemble a wedding bouquet, corsages, and boutonnieres. Week one will hone your technique in small hand-tied bouquets. Week two will teach you the taped and wired technique in making corsages and boutonnieres (the same technique is used to also make the popular hair wreath or a floral garland.) For week one please bring 12 stems of flowers and 6 stems of greenery (either purchased or foraged.) Week two materials will be provided along with tools, floral sealers, wire and floral tape as part of the supply fee. ALBANY 44238 R Farrar, Kris

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $69 FEE

30-Apr

CORVALLIS 44277 T Somppi, James

7:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $79 FEE

5-May

5

BC-106

FLORAL DESIGN: MASTER THE BASICS

FLORAL DESIGN: CELEBRATE THE SEASON

CORVALLIS 44280 W Somppi, James

Learn the latest trends and techniques while creating beautiful floral arrangements. Each student will complete a project to take home from each class session. Everyone will learn to use shortcuts and techniques to make flower arranging that much easier. Supply fee covers fresh flowers for first class. Additional supplies/flowers provided by the student. Supply list provided at first class.

2 AC-127

Learn the basics of flower arranging with a focus on techniques to make your arrangements easy and enjoyable. Basic principles will include, scale and proportion, use of color, and flower care and handling. Each student will take home weekly projects. Supply fee covers fresh flowers for first class. Additional supplies/flowers provided by the student. Supply list provided at first class. CORVALLIS 44279 W Somppi, James

7:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $79 FEE

6-May

5

BC-106

FLORAL DESIGN: WEDDING BOUQUETS NEW! Gather your wedding party and have some fun creating DIY bouquets for your big day! In this two-week workshop, you’ll increase confidence in your ability to assemble a wedding bouquet from plant material that’s locally available to forage or purchase. In week one we’ll make a traditional handtied bouquet, and in week two we will explore the popular cascading bouquet. Bonding and curiosity encouraged! Please bring 25 stems of flowers (your choice) and 12 stems of greenery (also your choice). Tools, wire, bouquet holders, adhesives, and floral tape will be provided as part of the supply fee. ALBANY 44240 R Farrar, Kris

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $69 FEE

14-May

2 AC-127

DIY DISASTER PREPAREDNESS FOR INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES This workshop will focus mainly on personal preparedness and supply readiness for those living in the Pacific Northwest. During this workshop, students will learn preparedness skills to mitigate a disaster’s impact on the individual’s person, pets, and property. We will also discuss both natural disasters (earthquake, fire, flood, etc.) and human caused disasters (bioterrorism, active shooter, incidents of mass violence, etc.) and offer suggestions to prepare for when disaster strikes. Participants will walk away with a toolkit to build your own readiness kit and are encouraged to bring a 2-inch, 3-ring binder. CORVALLIS 44278 T Anderson, Sierra

5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $39 FEE

19-May

1

BC-104

BOARDGAME DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT Explore game mechanics, concept development, and play testing through lots of game play, discussions, and the workshopping of your own table top game design from concept to prototype. ALBANY 44242 R Michaud & SELEGO

7:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $79 FEE

2-Apr

8

MKH-118


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27 QUILTERS WORKSHOP Come and join the fun! Each term a different quilt pattern is featured with each student working on their own quilt. The pattern this term is Blossom Heart. It is an easy pieced floral pattern with a unique picket fence border. Good for all skill levels. See supply list at: linnbenton.edu/supplies SWEET HOME 44492 R PUTNAM, BONNIE

7:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $49 FEE

2-Apr

5

SHHS-B6

INDUSTRIAL ARTS

LANGUAGE LEARN AMERICAN ENGLISH, BEGINNING Practice the basics of English and increase your ability to speak in real-life situations as we explore the town we live in using local newspapers, visits to local destinations, and the Internet. This course is great if you only know a little English and need to make progress in a relaxed setting. Class may be repeated; content varies each term. CORVALLIS 44399 TR 10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. Burgess, Louise-Annette $99 FEE

31-Mar

4

BC-209

LEARN AMERICAN ENGLISH, INTERMEDIATE & ABOVE

BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE WOODWORKIING Practice how to safely use hand tools and power tools used in carpentry and for your woodworking projects. The class will also introduce you to professional technology including CNC (Computer Numerical Control), a laser engraver, and 3D printing. Please bring your own safety goggles/glasses and ear protection. This class is for beginners and those with some experience looking to refine their skills and/or gain new ones. Student projects will be discussed at first class.

This more advanced class is an opportunity to continue learning English in the context of real-life situations. Activities may include longer readings or attending local events. Refine your public speaking skills, vocabulary, writing skills, and pronunciation. This course is great if you have completed fasttrack English or have had a lot of instruction already. Class may be repeated. Content varies each term. Instructor will recommend a course text for purchase the first day of class.

ALBANY 44243 W Hawkins, Jeffrey

CORVALLIS 44396 M Jakub, Jana

6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $159 FEE

1-Apr

8

WAHS

For the true beginner: learn basic woodworking skills, home shop safety, use of hand and power tools, and project cost estimation. Learn wood joinery used to make fine furniture and experience how to make a fun project. An in-class safety orientation is required prior to tool use. Bring your own ear protection and safety glasses. 6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $119 FEE 6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $119 FEE

1-Apr

5

CHS-T38

2-Apr

5

CHS-T38

WOODWORKING II A continuation of Woodworking I with more emphasis on projects. CORVALLIS 44271 W Nendel, Steven 44272 R Nendel, Steven

6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $119 FEE 6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $119 FEE

6-May

5

CHS-T38

7-May

5

CHS-T38

WOODWORKING III Must have taken Woodworking I & II with more emphasis on advanced projects and skills. CORVALLIS 44273 W Nendel, Steven 44274 R Nendel, Steven 44275 W Nendel, Steven 44276 R Nendel, Steven

6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $119 FEE 6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $119 FEE 6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $119 FEE 6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $119 FEE

30-Mar

8

BC-236

LEARN AMERICAN ENGLISH: SPEAK WITH EASE

WOODWORKING I

CORVALLIS 44269 W Nendel, Steven 44270 R Nendel, Steven

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $99 FEE

1-Apr

5

CHS-T38

2-Apr

5

CHS-T38

6-May

5

CHS-T38

7-May

5

CHS-T38

Build your speaking vocabulary through guided listening, conversation, and pronunciation activities. This class is for learners who already speak some English or have finished other coursework and still find it difficult to speak in English. ALBANY 44402 W Jakub, Jana

5:00 p.m.-6:20 p.m. $79 FEE

1-Apr

6

CMS

LEARN AMERICAN ENGLISH FOR PARENT & CHILD (AGES 0-2) NEW! This class builds a community of parents and children learning English together using stories, puppets, games and songs. This class requires active participation, which includes play to introduce and reinforce American English language sounds, vocabulary, and common phrases. Class may be repeated as content varies by term and class interest. Class is limited to one child per parent. CORVALLIS 44442 TR 10:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. Burgess, Louise-Annette $79 FEE

5-May

4

BC-209

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I For anyone interested in learning American Sign Language and about Deaf Culture. Textbook required. ALBANY 44228 T White, Hilary CORVALLIS 44418 R White, Hilary

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $99 FEE

31-Mar

8

MKH-118

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $99 FEE

2-Apr

8

BC-107

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II Communication in American Sign Language for those ready for silent communication through games and group interaction. Two terms of ASL or permission of instructor required. ALBANY 44229 T White, Hilary CORVALLIS 44420 R White, Hilary

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $99 FEE

31-Mar

8

MKH-118

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $99 FEE

2-Apr

8

BC-107


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CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN

Emphasizes everyday conversation and grammar for students with a novice to moderate knowledge of French.

Practice speaking Italian in class using what you’ve already learned. Improve your vocabulary, explore verb tenses, and gain confidence to carry on everyday and travel conversations. Basic understanding and beginning facility with Italian required. Textbook information to be discussed at first class.

CORVALLIS 44393 R Sullivan, Natalie

11:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m. $89 FEE

2-Apr

8

BC-121

CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH NEW! Beginning to proficient, all will have a chance to practice speaking French and listening to French in a supportive, fun environment. Students of all levels can practice informal French conversation, in addition to learning grammar, doing readings, and listening to songs for further enrichment. CORVALLIS 44443 T Croft, Melinda

2:00 p.m.-3:20 p.m. $89 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-121

FRENCH FOR TRAVELERS Learn the essentials of conversational French with an emphasis on the vocabulary most needed in tourist situations. Best for those with a little prior knowledge of the language, but prior study is not required to take this class. CORVALLIS 44394 R Sullivan, Natalie

9:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $89 FEE

2-Apr

8

BC-121

BEGINNING GERMAN Beginning German is a great way to learn basics in the German language and culture! In this class, you will practice the four main elements to language learning - reading, writing, speaking, and listening to develop skills that will make you a solid beginning German speaker. CORVALLIS 44423 TR Card, Scott

5:00 p.m.-6:20 p.m. $109 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-105

CORVALLIS 44390 W Marraccini, Barbara

2:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $99 FEE

1-Apr

8

BC-121

SPANISH, INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Speak entirely in Spanish as you study grammar and practice Spanish conversation in groups. Also explores culture and language through stories, proverbs, poems, and songs of Latin America and Spain. CORVALLIS 44388 W Platt, Doris

9:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $109 FEE

1-Apr

10

BC-236

SPANISH FOR SENIORS Have fun as you practice Spanish conversation with essential words, songs, and phrases! Get ready to travel more confidently in Spanish-speaking countries. Students will learn present, past, and future verb tenses, the household items, store items, how to move in a city, and writing letters. ALBANY 44175 T Parson, Teresita

2:30 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $69 FEE

31-Mar

8 ALBSR

SPANISH NOW! A FOR DAILY USE Basic conversation for everyday use. For students with little or no previous Spanish experience. CORVALLIS 44389 TR Schlechter, Monica

3:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $99 FEE

31-Mar

4

BC-205

BEGINNING GERMAN II

SPANISH NOW! B FOR DAILY USE

This class is for students who have started and want to finish learning the basics of the German language and culture. Students should already be familiar with basic word order, “early” vocabulary (introductions, letters, numbers/telling time, family, hobbies/free-time, schooling, foods, and drinks), basic pronunciation, and be familiar with and able to conjugate various types of verbs. This class will allow students to learn the rest of the vocabulary and concepts that are typical in the first year German classes.

For students who have completed Spanish NOW! A, and would like to continue learning the basics of the Spanish language.

CORVALLIS 44387 TR Card, Scott

7:00 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $109 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-105

ITALIAN, BEGINNING Introduction to speaking Italian with emphasis on essential travel phrases. Listen, practice speaking, read, write, and sing in Italian as you learn basic language structure. Textbook required and available for purchase at the Benton Center. CORVALLIS 44391 R Hafez Suliman, Mazen

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $99 FEE

2-Apr

8

BC-246

CORVALLIS 44392 TR Schlechter, Monica

3:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $99 FEE

28-Apr

4

BC-205

SPANISH NOW! C FOR DAILY USE Spanish Now! C is a continuation of the Spanish NOW! series and is meant for students that have successfully completed Spanish Now! A & B or who have instructor approval. The class will build one’s Spanish language conversational skills. CORVALLIS 44395 MW Schlechter, Monica

3:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

4

BC-205

SPANISH NOW! D FOR DAILY USE Spanish Now! D is the final course in the Spanish NOW! series and is meant for students that have successfully completed Spanish Now! A, B, & C or who have instructor approval. The class will build one’s Spanish language conversational skills. CORVALLIS 44397 MW Schlechter, Monica

3:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $99 FEE

27-Apr

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BC-205


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MUSIC

PIANO, JUST FOR FUN!

BEGINNING GUITAR Explore the possibilities of the most popular instrument in the world! Adult (16+) beginning guitar class ranging from an introduction to your guitar to basic chords and strumming patterns through learning simple popular songs. Explore harmony and melody with additional material for more advanced players. Please bring your own guitar. ALBANY 44245 M Jepson, Andrew

4:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $79 FEE

30-Mar

8 YMCA

This is the perfect class to learn to play the bass guitar (or double bass guitar) and build upon one’s basic experience. Walk away with a better understanding of the instrument including basic chords, finger placement, and tuning. Please bring your own instruments. 6:30 p.m.-7:20 p.m. $79 FEE

2-Apr

8

SANT-108

PICKIN’ ON THE BEATLES This guitar class is aimed to familiarize guitar players and students having an interest in the music of the Beatles. Besides playing Beatles tunes, a main objective will be understanding their music not only in the context of their time in music history, but also in today’s musical world. Please bring your own guitar. CORVALLIS 44263 M Demarest, Thomas

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

8

BC-106

BC JAM FOLK ENSEMBLE NEW! Enjoy the interaction unique to playing music with others. Join this class for intermediate and advanced folk instrument players to create and expand your repertoire, gain experience, and new techniques. CORVALLIS 44267 R Demarest, Thomas

10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $79 FEE

2-Apr

5

BC-106

UKULELE BASICS Explore music with the small, but mighty, ukulele. The course will cover a lot of ground--starting with holding and tuning the instrument and will touch on beginning note-reading, chord-strumming, and learning simple songs. Discover the joy of the instrument’s simplicity while uncovering the surprising depth of capability it possesses. Come and join us on the musical journey--wherever you currently may be. Please bring your own instrument and the class welcomes students 16+. ALBANY 44247 M Jepson, Andrew

5:00 p.m.-5:50 p.m. $79 FEE

30-Mar

8 YMCA

CLAWHAMMER BANJO NEW! Explore the pioneer banjo style! Clawhammer (or frailing) is a great way to play the banjo for folk or old-time music. Students should bring a 5 string banjo and a tuner if they own one. Beginning rhythm techniques and note/tab reading in G and Double C tuning will be covered in class. For ages 10 and up (under 12 should take class with a parent). PHILOMATH 44264 U Neely, Matthew

2:00 p.m.-3:20 p.m. $79 FEE

ALBANY 44244 S Rochlin, Donn

10:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m. $99 FEE

2-May

1

MKH-118

MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS 1 NEW!

BEGINNING BASS GUITAR

CORVALLIS 44268 R Jepson, Andrew

Learn to play piano in three hours with Just for Fun Piano. Taught by nationally known pianist Donn Rochlin, this course will teach you all the chords and tools you will need to know to play your favorite songs and to improvise freely without years of practice. This class is for the total beginner as well as classical pianist who would like to play with more artistic freedom. Textbook and CD for home study covered by fee. Preregistration required.

5-Apr

Music Fundamentals is an interactive course for all beginning musicians regardless of instrument. Basic knowledge of notation, terminology, intervals, rhythm, scales and modes, and chord structures will be presented. Open to ages 16 and above, this course will lay the foundation for further study in music. Bringing your own instrument, music stand, and blank notation paper is essential. ALBANY 44249 M Jepson, Andrew CORVALLIS 44262 R Jepson, Andrew

6:00 p.m.-6:50 p.m. $79 FEE

30-Mar

8 YMCA

5:30 p.m.-6:20 p.m. $79 FEE

2-Apr

8

SANT-108

PERSONAL ENRICHMENT GIFTS OF THE HIGHLY SENSITIVE PERSON Do you have a keen imagination? Do you think deeply, feel strongly, and have unusual empathy? Have you been told that you are shy or overly sensitive? If so, you might be a Highly Sensitive Person or HSP— 20% of us are—including introverts and extroverts. In this two hour workshop we will explore what it means to be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). We will discuss the various traits and how best to navigate a world that can be less than kind to those that are sensitive. This workshop will be educational, informative and interactive. ALBANY 44230 W VanWetter, Catherine LEBANON 44453 T VanWetter, Catherine

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $29 FEE

29-Apr

1

CC-210

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $29 FEE

28-Apr

1

LC-211

HOW TO FIND WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR IN EVERYDAY LIFE Having trouble finding the right job? A new house? The best school? A new doctor? Using rules seated in scouting and sleuthing this class will give you a structured way to discover what you’ve been searching for. Learn the Five rules and build your skills. These include optimizing your intentions, learning to ask the right questions, identifying opportunities, and achieving your desired outcomes. CORVALLIS 44386 R Edgerly, Catherine

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

30-Apr

6 PHLIB

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PETS, ANIMALS & FARM

CAREER DEVELOPMENT GROWING YOUR CUSTOMER BASE

PUPPY ESSENTIALS NEW! Designed for puppies aged 4 months to 12 months (exceptions require instructor approval). This course covers all the puppy basics in a fun, game-oriented setting. Help your pup to learn the basics: recall, loose leash walking, don’t jump up, focus, and the all important socialization skills. Veterinary shot records and dog history forms are required, see at: linnbenton.edu/ supplies ALBANY 44410 S Coberly, Laurel

4:30 p.m.-5:20 p.m. $89 FEE

2-May

8 AC-120

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

28-Apr

1

IPHONE/IPAD-BEYOND FUNDAMENTALS For current iPhone/iPad users who are already proficient in the fundamentals of using these devices and are wishing to further enhance their skills with some more advanced iOS apps and features such as: camera use and Photos app, Pages, Notes, Widgets, and Siri. Learn from step-by-step classroom media presentations accompanied by very detailed handouts in a relaxed environment. Features covered in this class will be of greater benefit to students with iPhone models 6S or newer, iPad 5th Generation (2017) and newer, as well as iPad Pro models. 2-Apr

6

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $39 FEE

30-Apr

1

On a budget but need impressive photos for your website, social media, ads, blogs, or even great family photos? You can drastically improve your own photography skills by mastering composition and lighting. We’ll provide some helpful hacks to dramatically improve your photos as well as resources to source photos when you’re in a time crunch. Don’t forget to bring your camera and a prop! ALBANY 44317 R Shields, Gabriel

6:00 p.m.-7:20 p.m. $99 FEE

2-Apr

4

BC-104

Learn about industry standards, shortcuts, and resources for new designers. This course will use the Adobe Suite to challenge students to think about color theory, typography, and design hierarchy from a practical, solution-driven perspective. 6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $99 FEE

30-Mar

5

SSH-120

IMAGE MANIPULATION WITH ADOBE PHOTOSHOP Learn how Photoshop is used in Graphic Design! This course will teach you the basics of photo editing, as well as some advanced techniques in surreal image manipulations. No previous experience required. ALBANY 44210 W Petroccione, Nicole

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $89 FEE

1-Apr

4

SSH-120

ADOBE ALTERNATIVES: YOU SHOULD KNOW THEM Adobe has been industry standard for decades, but many folks don’t need the high power or high cost of such programs. In this class, you will learn the many free and open source options that are available for anyone to learn and be creative with! We will be discussing the installation and set up of programs like Gimp, Inkscape, and more! Personal laptops highly encouraged. ALBANY 44502 R Petroccione, Nicole

6:00 p.m.-7:20 p.m. $79 FEE

2-Apr

4

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GET PROFESSIONAL LOOKING PHOTOS WITHOUT THE COST NEW!

INTRO TO GRAPHIC DESIGN USING ADOBE SUITE

ALBANY 44212 M Petroccione, Nicole

BC-236

Want Instagram or Pinterest worthy photos? Learn some essential photo editing techniques using Lightroom for basic edits and Photoshop for clean up and compositing. ALBANY 44318 R Shields, Kelly

PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

3:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $99 FEE

CORVALLIS 44385 T Edgerly, Catherine

ESSENTIAL PHOTO EDITING TECHNIQUES NEW!

PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

CORVALLIS 44421 R Bush, George

Establishing a funnel to keep new clients coming to your business is one of the key principles to a sustainable business. Learn about five specific guides that will help you find and keep new customers. The instructor has over 35 years of marketing experience and is excited to share the practices that will help you discover new sources of clients and how to keep them coming back.

Earn a CPR Certification Card American Heart Association (AHA) 1-day Basic Life Support CPR Class is designed for anyone who wants to learn CPR skills, including those in healthcare. Certification is valid for two years. Three Saturdays to choose from:

April 4 • May 2 • June 6

Sessions meet from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Location: LBCC Lebanon Center LCX-Annex, Registration is $79 To register, email or call leacha@linnbenton.edu (541) 917-4961

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33 VIDEO MARKETING ON A BUDGET NEW!

DRIVER ED 18 & OVER

From the iPhone to DSLR video, this class will introduce you to basic techniques to get you started marketing with video without spending a fortune. This five part workshop includes scripting and how to tell an effective story, storyboarding, lighting techniques, composition and editing, and uploading to YouTube and peer review day. By the end of the class, we will create a marketing video together.

Registration packets are available on-line at linnbenton. edu/driver-education and at all LBCC centers. Class must be dropped 72 hours prior to start date for refund. Does not qualify for waiver of driving test at DMV. Supplies included in fees. Students are required to ready the Parent/Student Handbook: linnbenton.edu/driver-education First Corvallis class meets in Albany in the Forum room 115.

ALBANY 44319 R Shields, Gabriel

ALBANY 44253 U Delay, Debra 44259 W DuBeau, Sharon CORVALLIS 44378 T T Hansen, Leah 44381 R R Schofield, Steven LEBANON 44487 S Tabor, John

6:00 p.m.-7:20 p.m. $109 FEE

7-May

5

CC-210

VEHICLE OPERATION & MAINTENANCE AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM A classroom program designed to help develop and reinforce safe driving skills and techniques. Satisfactory completion may also qualify you for reduced insurance premiums (check with your insurance carrier). A $15 fee for AARP members, or $20 fee for non-members, is collected at class. Please bring your driver license, AARP card, and lunch to class. ALBANY 44194 T Wolcott, Gail 44195 T Wolcott, Gail 44196 T Wolcott, Gail CORVALLIS 44373 F Wolcott, Gail 44374 F Wolcott, Gail 44375 F Wolcott, Gail LEBANON 44488 R Wolcott, Gail

9:00 a.m.-3:20 p.m.

14-Apr

1 ALBSR

9:00 a.m.-3:20 p.m.

12-May

1 ALBSR

9:00 a.m.-3:20 p.m.

9-Jun

1 ALBSR

9:00 a.m.-3:50 p.m.

10-Apr

1

BC-104

9:00 a.m.-3:50 p.m.

8-May

1

BC-104

9:00 a.m.-3:50 p.m.

12-Jun

1

BC-104

9:00 a.m.-3:50 p.m.

7-May

1

LEBSR

DRIVER ED WITH PERMIT This ODOT approved program includes mandated 30 hours classroom instruction, PLUS 12 hours on the road (6 hrs behind-the-wheel + 6 hrs driver observation). Parent/student orientation at first meeting. Registration packets are available online at linnbenton.edu/driver-education and all centers one week prior to registration. Required at registration: completed packet, fee, original and one photocopy of your driver permit. Class must be dropped 72 hours prior to start date for refund. Supplies included in fees. Parents and students are required to read the Parent/Student Handbook: linnbenton.edu/drivereducation First Corvallis class meets in Albany in the Forum room 115. ALBANY 44251 U Delay, Debra 44257 W DuBeau, Sharon CORVALLIS 44376 T 44376 T Hansen, Leah 44379 R 44379 R Schofield, Steven LEBANON 44485 S Tabor, John

1:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $265 FEE 5:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $265 FEE

29-Mar

11

1-Apr

11 T-215

5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. 5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $265 FEE 5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. 5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $265 FEE

31-Mar 7-Apr

1 10

F-115 BC-209

2-Apr 9-Apr

1 10

F-115 BC-209

4-Apr

11

LC-200

9:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $265 FEE

F-115

1:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $445 FEE 5:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $445 FEE

29-Mar

11

1-Apr

11 T-215

5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. 5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $445 FEE 5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. 5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $445 FEE

31-Mar 7-Apr

1 10

F-115 BC-209

2-Apr 9-Apr

1 10

F-115 BC-209

4-Apr

11

LC-200

9:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $445 FEE

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DRIVER PERMIT PREPARATION Having trouble passing the permit test or just need help studying? This course covers the Oregon Driver Manual and what you need to know to pass the Oregon Driver permit test. Materials included in fee. ALBANY 44370 M DuBeau, Sharon

5:30 p.m.-7:20 p.m. $45 FEE

4-May

2 T-215

TEACHING YOUR TEEN TO DRIVE Help make teaching your teen more enjoyable. Come join us for this fun and informative session on techniques and options for helping your teen learn to drive while you retain your sanity. It will be worth your time. Materials included in fee. ALBANY 44413 M Hansen, Leah LEBANON 44484 M Hansen, Leah

5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $15 FEE

27-Apr

1 T-215

5:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $15 FEE

20-Apr

1

Spring Term Driver Education classes in Albany start as soon as Sunday, March 29.

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34 FORKLIFT TRAINING

SCIENCE FICTION/FANTASY WRITING

This is a forklift training that follows OSHA requirements, employers are required to certify their employees. Students should bring their lunch. Training is limited to 10 students.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing is a writing workshop course. Students will study masterworks of Sci-Fi/ Fantasy, practice writing short fiction, editing, revision, and constructive criticism with a group of their peers.

ALBANY 44320 S Rice, Michael 44321 S Rice, Michael

8:00 a.m.-4:50 p.m. $149 FEE 8:00 a.m.-4:50 p.m. $149 FEE

18-Apr

1 IA-102

16-May

1 IA-102

Tractor and farm safety and operation in accordance with federal regulations for underage farm workers ages 14 to 18. Class developed and operated with the cooperation and assistance of the OSU Extension Service. Student and parent must sign Liability Waiver/Indemnification Form. Students must be at least 14 to register. Payment due at time of registration. PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED. Registration/ waiver forms online at www.linnbenton.edu/tractor-safety. Class must be dropped 72 hours prior to start date for refund. Supplies included in fees. 8:30 a.m.-4:50 p.m. $99 FEE

23-Jun

1

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WRITING Your memories and those of your ancestors are your legacy. Preserve them as you do your photos. Flesh out your genealogy with stories that have been handed down and passed on. Learn how to remember and to write these treasured tales with description and dialogue. 2:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m. $69 FEE

31-Mar

8 ALBSR

Your own life stories and those of your family members are treasures that need to be preserved as carefully as photos. Recall and recount family history in your narrative style with enhancement of detail, description, and dialogue. 1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. $69 FEE

10-Apr

5

BC-236

ALBANY 44232 W Sullivan, Robert

8

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $89 FEE

1-Apr

8

MKH-118

PROSE WRITING WORKSHOP Be inspired and improve your writing style. Improve your writing by going through tailored writing exercises. Workshop your writing in a supportive critique group guided by the instructor. Whether for publication or family, this class is perfect for all skill levels interested in producing works of literary fiction, creative non-fiction, memoir, sci-fi, fantasy, crime, and all other genres of fiction, of any length. 7:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

8

BC-244

SELF PUBLISHING ON AMAZON

WRITE YOUR LIFE STORY

CORVALLIS 44261 F Juntunen, Julia

14-May

Sharpen, strengthen, and improve your creative writing skills. The guided approach of this class will focus on the elements of fiction: character, setting, dialogue, plot, etc. In the end, you will submit an original piece of work to the class to be critically examined with the goal of producing the best story possible.

CORVALLIS 44260 T Michaud, Adam

LIFE STORIES

ALBANY 44176 T McNulty, Lorraine

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $59 FEE

CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP

TRACTOR & FARM MACHINERY SAFETY

ALBANY 44322 TWR Towery, Scott

CORVALLIS 44382 R Campbell, Cody

Self publishing is a new field for authors, with its own quirks and pitfalls. We’ll be discussing the nitty-gritty of selfpublishing using the Amazon platform. We will be taking your writing, either a short piece developed in class or your finished manuscript, from start to finish. We’ll discuss the business side of publishing and selling yourself as the author. At the end of the class, you’ll have everything you need to publish and sell on the Amazon platform. CORVALLIS 44383 T Davis, Jeffrey

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $99 FEE

31-Mar

CALV

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Small Business Development Center

Anne Green, Program Assistant Willamette Hall, WH-120 541-917-4929 linnbenton.edu/sbdc

FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS SUCCESS

QUICKBOOKS 2

Foundations of Business Success is perfect for anyone starting a new business, or for entrepreneurs at any stage of business who want to gain competitive advantage. The series features professional speakers covering branding and web pages, social media/digital marketing strategies, financial management, pricing, cash flow, sales, legal topics, insurance, market research, and more. Attend an informational meeting on March 31, at 6 pm. Scholarships and discounts are available. Early bird registration discount through March 24.

The goal of this class is to introduce accounting clerks and bookkeepers to Controller level accounting processes. This ten-hour course is designed to provide you with advanced QuickBooks desktop and bookkeeping skills. You will be introduced to month end and year end closing processes, locating and fixing errors, comparing how QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online function, and more in a fun environment. Prequalification includes taking QuickBooks 1 and at least 1 year of computer-based accounting experience.

ALBANY 40804 T Fuller, Stephen

ALBANY 43212 TR Shaw, Jackie

6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $349 FEE

7-Apr

9 NSH-106

5:30 p.m.-7:20 p.m. $219 FEE

7-Apr

3

GUIDED TOUR OF QUICKBOOKS

GOING INTO BUSINESS

Whether you are new to accounting computer programs or you want to learn some new tips and tricks for using QuickBooks, this four-hour in-person course will provide you with a tour of how to navigate QuickBooks, a basic review of accounting terms, and an overview of various functions within the software in a fun environment. This class is slower paced so students new to QuickBooks can become more comfortable with the software. The course is taught in the computer lab using QuickBooks desktop and there is ample time for Q&A during class.

FREE SEMINAR- basic information you need to begin planning for your successful business (rules, regulations, financing, customers, markets, feasibility).

ALBANY 40967 TR Shaw, Jackie

3:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $89 FEE

7-Apr

1

F-202

QUICKBOOKS 1 From creating a new QuickBooks file to running reports, this class will walk you through examples of QuickBooks desktop functionality. This ten-hour course is designed to provide you with the scope of capabilities available in QuickBooks. You will be introduced to basic functions including chart of accounts, bank reconciliations, accounting terminology, customizing & using reports, and more in a fun environment that encourages Q&A. This course is fast paced so experience navigating software and previous exposure to computer-based accounting is highly recommended. ALBANY 41714 TR Shaw, Jackie

3:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m. $219 FEE

14-Apr

3

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ALBANY 40197 T Short, Melinda 43640 W Short, Melinda 43996 T Short, Melinda BROWNSVILLE 43994 T Medellin, George CORVALLIS 40196 T Whittington, ANNE 43551 T Whittington, ANNE 43997 T Whittington, ANNE LEBANON 40195 W Peterson, Marlene 43211 T Medellin, George 43995 W Peterson, Marlene SWEET HOME 43210 T Medellin, George

F-202

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m.

14-Apr

1

CC-213

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m.

13-May

1 ALBCHA

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m.

2-Jun

1

CC-213

5:30 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

19-May

1

BRSLIB

11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m.

7-Apr

1

CRVFOU

11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m.

5-May

1

CRVFOU

11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m.

9-Jun

1

CRVFOU

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m.

1-Apr

1

MBVA

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m.

28-Apr

1

MBVA

1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m.

27-May

1

MBVA

5:30 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

21-Apr

1

SWHCHA

COMO EMPEZAR UNA EMPRESA Está contemplando empezar una empresa? En este curso se hablará de reglas, regulaciones, financiamiento, mercado, clientela & factibilidad.

Registration & contact information: page 47 • Location Key: page 48 •

ALBANY 43209 M Confused? See Raas Lozada, Anielis

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m.

4-May

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37 EMAIL MARKETING & COPYRIGHTING MASTERY

SEMINARIO DE VENTAS

Email Marketing is the highest-performing of all digital marketing channels. A business’ message is five times more likely to be seen through email than on Facebook. 66% of consumers make a purchase online as a direct result of an email marketing message. In this 8 week hands-on course, you will gain mastery in the art and science of successful email marketing. You’ll learn how to write emails that consistently connect with your readers, moving them to action, and how to construct specific types of email campaigns for specific outcomes.

En este seminario veremos los esenciales de ventas, cómo desarrollar una lista de prospectos, qué materiales preparar para presentar el producto/servicio y que prácticas incorporar para hacer del proceso algo más natural. Usted saldrá de este seminario con un plan de mercadeo digital exclusivo para su producto/ servicio.

ALBANY 44416 R Ju, Manfred

9-Apr

8

MKH-118

We live in a time where getting found online will make or break your business. Getting Your Small Business Found Online will get you up and running, teaching immediately implementable website and business modifications along with guiding long term plans for future improvements. Search engine optimization (guiding people to your website) sounds scary, but with guidance and a plan you can drastically increase your website visibility. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. $199 FEE

11-Apr

4

MKH-105

HOW TO REGISTER YOUR BUSINESS WITH GOOGLE & BING NEW! During this workshop you will learn how to create business listings for Google My Business and Bing Places, giving your business greater online visibility. You’ll also learn how to manage your business listings for good online reputation management and better searchability. Aimed at businesses that are not yet registered with Google and Bing. ALBANY 44422 W SHIELDS, GABRIEL

7:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $29 FEE

15-Apr

1

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SALES FUNDAMENTALS Having trouble converting leads into sales? Or simply wish you were selling more? This hands-on sales fundamentals class will help you elevate your selling skills and create a winning sales strategy and process. We will focus on a consultative approach to selling and will develop customized sales tools for your business. ALBANY 44428 M MANN, CATHERINE

6:00 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $199 FEE

20-Apr

4

MKH-107

BECOMING A BOOMERPRENUER This workshop envisions helping you set up a roadmap leading to your small business aspirations. You will learn what factors those over the age of 50 should consider when starting a business. ALBANY 44419 W DeAssis, Sebastian

3:00 p.m.-5:50 p.m. $49 FEE

22-Apr

1

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CREATE A MEMORABLE BRAND IDENTITY FOR YOUR SMALL BUSINESS NEW! In this four part workshop we’ll help you 1) Define your business’ mission, goals, and values 2) Walk through the concepts of logo creation (and help you create your own) 3) Stylize your brand (choosing fonts, colors, phrases, etc.) 4) Put together a Style Guide and learn how to apply your new branding! By the end of the course you’ll have a good foundation of your businesses’ branding and be able to continue to DIY or know how to collaborate with a professional to finish your branding. Aimed at new businesses. ALBANY 44431 W SHIELDS, KELLY

6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $49 FEE

9-Apr

1

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DESARROLLO DE PLAN DE NEGOCIOS 7:00 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $199 FEE

GETTING YOUR SMALL BUSINESS FOUND ONLINE

ALBANY 44417 S Troutman, Clare

ALBANY 44435 R Raas Lozada, Anielis

7:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $59 FEE

22-Apr

4

MKH-107

En esta serie de 6 semanas desarrollaremos un plan de negocio para su producto/servicio que le servirá como guía para su emprendimiento, traeremos expertos en diferentes áreas para que usted adapte esa información a su producto/servicio. Existe una beca parcial disponible. Para más información llame al 541-917-4840. ALBANY 44437 W Raas Lozada, Anielis

6:00 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $135 FEE

15-Apr

6

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MERCADEO DIGITAL En esta serie de 4 sesiones veremos los básicos del mercadeo y las herramientas disponibles para utilizar medios digitales eficientemente, incluyendo redes sociales, páginas web, boletines, etc. En esta serie estableceremos un plan de mercadeo digital exclusivo para su producto/servicio. Existe una beca parcial disponible. Para más información llame al 541-917-4840. ALBANY 44439 R Raas Lozada, Anielis

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $129 FEE

16-Apr

4

CC-211

REAL ESTATE BROKER PRE-LICENSE This is an accelerated pre-license course designed to prep you for the Oregon Real Estate Broker’s License Exam. Students are expected to have on-line capability, to self-study, to attend all class sessions, and to attend a 9-5 study session on Saturday, June 6. This course is the fastest way to qualify to take the State exam. The area’s real estate market is beginning to turn around and now is the time to position yourself for the up-turn. ALBANY 41987 U TBA TBA 10 HYBRID W 6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. 1-Apr 10 S 9:00 a.m.-4:50 p.m. 6-Jun 1 MERRIFIELD, DONNA JO $650 FEE

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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR BOARD This class will prepare you to pass the Oregon Construction Contractors Board Test. Class meets for two weeks, on Tuesday and Thursday, beginning May 5, 6-10 pm and Saturday, May 9, from 9 am-1 pm. Cost includes a copy of the Manual. Must show valid ID to complete registration. Must attend all 5 classes. ALBANY 40652 TR S DeMarzo, Joe

6:00 p.m.-9:50 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m. $329 FEE

5-May 9-May

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PESTICIDE PRIVATE APPLICATOR For pesticide application on private property or farms. ALBANY 41489 F S Mackey, Isabela

8:00 a.m.-2:20 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m. $119 FEE

15-May 16-May

PESTICIDE PRIVATE APPLICATOR SPANISH For pesticide application on private property or farms. ALBANY 42590 F S Mackey, Isabela

8:00 a.m.-2:20 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m. $119 FEE

24-Apr 25-Apr

PESTICIDE LAWS & SAFETY For pesticide application on public or commercial property. ALBANY 41797 FS Mackey, Isabela

8:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. $119 FEE

5-Jun

1

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Corporate Training What is the difference? CORPORATE TRAINING

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The event is specifically tailored to your team

The event is open to the public

Opportunity to get on the same page with the same tools and the same language

Opportunity to learn from a variety of professionals from diverse sectors

Trainer integrates content and process within your Mission, Vision, and Values

The trainer develops open discussions and facilitates conversations designed to create “aha” moments

Creates alignment and reinforces your individual team’s culture

Creates and identifies “Best Practices”

What Terri’s Clients Say: “Engaging”

“Infectious”

“Expert in the field”

“Loved this training!” “Terri gives you the tools to take back to your organization and make an impact.” “Terri has created a training flow and collection of the best tools over time in the leadership industry, putting her own original content and flare into it. It is very worth my time.”

Terri’s contact information:

(541)917-4276 houdet@linnbenton.edu

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Professional Development Accountability Integrity Management

AIM: A Leadership Academy

AIM is a 5-session leadership development program designed to teach the

fundamental habits, actions, and emotional intelligence required of high performers, supervisors, and managers. Session 1 March 13

PHILOSOPHY, PRINCIPLES, AND PRACTICES OF ENGAGED LEADERS

Session 2 April 10

DEVELOP YOURSELF - CREATE A GROWTH MINDSET

Session 3 May 8

TEAM DEVELOPMENT – HOW TO LEAD OTHERS

Session 4 June 5

UNDERSTAND, CREATE, AND MANAGE SYNERGY

Session 5 June 26

UNLEASH POTENTIAL

• The Leadership Development Pipeline - Avoid the Peter Principle • Three Traits of Strong Leaders: Accountability, Integrity, Management • Leadership Development Plan

• Create a Clear Vision of Your Desired Direction and Outcomes • Prioritization: Organize and Execute on Your Most Important Priorities • Leadership Development Plan

• Effective Actions for Interacting, Delegating, and Collaborating with Others • Communicate Effectively at all Levels of an Organization • Leadership Development Plan

• Employee Engagement Strategies • Collaboration Skills Designed to Solve Problems and Achieve Goals • Leadership Development Plan

• • • •

The Role of Renewal and Resilience Related to Results Leading Above the Line Leadership Development Plan Graduation Day

Class is limited to 25 participants. Registration for all five sessions is $750 per student. Price includes Leadership Development Plans, course materials, instructor time, and lunch for each session.

For more information, please contact Terri Houde at houdet@linnbenton.edu

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Additional Learning Opportunities Parenting Education 7th Annual Parenting Public Speaker Event May 18th, 2020, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Corvallis High School, 1400 NW Buchanan Ave., Corvallis

Understanding Stress and Resilience

Chandra Ghosh Ippen, Ph.D. will be speaking on understanding and responding to children under stress. Call LBCC Family Connections, 541-917-4884 to sign up and reserve free child care. Space limited.

STEP Program

Want to learn skills and find a local family-wage job? Do you have SNAP? STEP can help! STEP works with SNAP recipients toward the goal of starting and completing a college certificate program and includes personal coaching and help with resources. Eligibility:

– Must receive SNAP – Must not receive TANF – Able to work upon program completion

Visit linnbenton.edu/step to complete the STEP Interest form or call 541-917-4637. LBCC is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

EMPOWER Program Been out of school awhile? Need to prepare for college & a career? LBCC’s EMPOWER Program can help! Eligibility: Ages 25 and older with a GED or high school diploma. Commitment: 10 weeks, 7 hours per week. Choose fall, winter, spring or summer term. Visit linnbenton.edu/empower to complete the Empower Interest form or call 541-917-4529. LBCC is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Registration & contact information: page 47 • Location Key: page 48 • Confused? See How to Read Class Listings: page 48


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Adult Basic Skills

PRE-COLLEGE INSTRUCTION

Learning English for work or school? | TAKE ELA CLASSES Thinking of college? | BRUSH UP ON BASIC SKILLS IN ABE CLASSES Need your GED® credentials? | TAKE GED® PREPARATION ¿Usted quiere obtener el GED®? | TOME CLASSES DE GED® EN ESPAÑOL

Your first step: Attend a FREE Orientation Session

**To be eligible for ABS programs you must live permanently in the United States and attend a mandatory orientation session. Visit www.linnbenton.edu/ela for the current ELA orientation schedule or go to www.linnbenton.edu/ged for the current ABE and GED® orientation schedule.

Still have questions? Visit us:

Albany Campus 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, OR 97321 Luckiamute Building, Room LM-114

Call us:

541-917-4710 Hablamos Español: 541-917-4876

Email us: GED@linnbenton.edu

ELA@linnbenton.edu spanishGED@linnbenton.edu

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CHILDCARE TRAINING & PARENTING EDUCATION

linnbenton.edu/parenting-education • 541-917-4884 linnbenton.edu/familyconnections • 541-917-4899

CHILD CARE TRAINING INTRO TO REGISTERED FAMILY CHILDCARE

LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR WOBBLER

Introduction to the components involved in becoming a family child care provider; required for state registration. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog 541-917-4884 for more information.

For parents and their beginning walkers, approximately 9 mos. to 18 mos. Participate with your “wobbler” in songs and games, meet other parents in the community, and discuss the latest ideas about how to support the expanding growth of your child’s first year. Parents with babies this age may also take the Live and Learn with Baby class. If your baby is a competent walker, sign-up for Live and Learn with Toddlers in Albany, Corvallis or Philomath. The Wobbler class meets for 2 hours one day a week for ten weeks. Families can join at any time if space is available. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog at (541)917-4884 for more information.

ALBANY 40365 R Estrada, Juana LEBANON 40247 R Estrada, Juana

9:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m.

11-Jun

1 IA-201B

1:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m.

30-Apr

1

LCX

MAKE IT COUNT! BUILD YOUR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN Gain an understanding of Professional Development Plans and how they help you access scholarship $$, Education Award $$, and set goals for training. Please call Family Connections/ Pollywog at 541-917-4884 for more information and to sign up for this class. ALBANY 40974 T Wynkoop, Lynnette

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m.

19-May

1 IA-201A

PARENTING EDUCATION LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR BABY Your baby is born learning! Come join other parents and their babies as you prepare your child for a lifetime of learning. Learn how to support your child’s emotional, physical, and intellectual development through songs, activities, and group discussions. All while building a community of support and lifelong friends for you and your child. Class meets for 2 hours one day a week for 10 weeks. Families can join at any time if space is available. Call Family Connections/Pollywog at 541-9174884 for more in for more information. ALBANY 40151 W Kalita, Nicole CORVALLIS 43983 R Angel, Sara 40153 R Angel, Sara LEBANON 44325 R Hanan-Gibbs, Brianna PHILOMATH 43231 W Angel, Sara

12:30 p.m.-2:20 p.m. $25 FEE

1-Apr

9:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $25 FEE 12:30 p.m.-2:20 p.m. $25 FEE

2-Apr

10

BC-107

2-Apr

10

BC-107

12:30 p.m.-2:20 p.m. $25 FEE

2-Apr

10

LBGC

12:30 p.m.-2:20 p.m. $25 FEE

1-Apr

10

CLEMEN

10 ALBLIB

9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $25 FEE

1-Apr

10 ALBLIB

12:30 p.m.-2:20 p.m. $25 FEE

31-Mar

10

BC-107

LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR WOBBLER For parents/caregivers and their beginning walkers, approximately 9 mos. to 18 mos. Participate with your “wobbler” in songs and games, meet other parents in the community, and discuss the latest ideas about how to support the expanding growth of your child’s first year. Parents with babies this age may also take the Live and Learn with Baby class. If your baby is a competent walker, sign-up for the Live and Learn with your Toddler in Albany, Corvallis or Philomath. The Wobbler class meets for 2 hours one day a week for ten weeks. Families can join at any time if space is available. Cost for class is $30 for Philomath residents and $74 for out of city residents. This class is offered by Strengthening Rural Families in partnership with LBCC. Call SRF 541-929-2535 for more information and to register. PHILOMATH 44323 T Angel, Sara

9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.

31-Mar

10

CLEMEN

LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR TODDLER

VIVE & APRENDE CON TU BEBE Su bebé nace aprendiendo. Venga y acompañe a otros padres y sus bebés mientras prepara a su hijo/a para aprender de por vida. Aprenda cómo apoyar el desarrollo emocional, físico e intelectual de su hijo/a a través de canciones, actividades y conversaciones en grupo – a la vez creando una comunidad de apoyo y amigos de por vida para usted y su hijo. Llame al Centro de Bienvenida al 541-704-2376 para registrarse y obtener más información. ALBANY 43587 M 10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. Saavedra Villarreal, Rocio

ALBANY 42923 W Kalita, Nicole CORVALLIS 41703 T Gilmour, Sarah

30-Mar

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Join other parents and toddlers (walking to age 2) for stories, music, painting, playdough and more. Help your child gain confidence all while building a community of support and lifelong friends for you and your child. Learn fun and easy ways to support your child’s development. Parents and children meet weekly for 10 weeks. Albany classes are offered in partnership with Greater Albany Public Schools. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog 541-917-4884 for more information. ALBANY 41209 W Richardson, Lisa 44001 R Jones, Jamie CORVALLIS 43998 T STAFF

9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $74 FEE 9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $74 FEE 9:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. $74 FEE

1-Apr

10

CENTEL

2-Apr

10

CENTEL

31-Mar

10

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SUNRIS

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LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER - 2 - PNP

This 10-week class is for parents and their toddlers and provides information, activities, songs, and games focused on supporting children’s development. Offered in partnership with Strengthening Rural Families. Residents of Philomath School District pay a $30 fee; parents outside of this school district pay a $74 fee; all fees are payable to SRF in class only. To register or for more information, please call 541-929-2535.

A preschool cooperative for families and their 3, 4 and 5-yearolds. Adults attend evening sessions and take turns assisting the teacher in the preschool lab. Parents expand their knowledge of parenting and practice guidance and communication techniques. Preschool activities foster growth, development and school readiness. Lab meets mornings, times vary based on location. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog at 541-917-4884 for more information. $10 OR $20 FEE depending on location of class. $10 background check fee and a $4.50 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only.

PHILOMATH 42237 W GROW, SOPHIE

9:10 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

1-Apr

10

CLEMEN

LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR 2 YR OLD Join your child in play, experimentation, exploration, discovery songs, stories, and movement! In this 10 week class, two year olds and their parents participate in age appropriate activities and learn how play can benefit children’s physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development. This class is offered in partnership with Greater Albany Public Schools. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog at 541-917-4884 for more information. ALBANY 43545 T Richardson, Lisa

9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $74 FEE

31-Mar

10

CENTEL

ALBANY 40279 MWR M Baker, Patricia CORVALLIS 40156 MWF M F Jenssen, Paula SCIO 40158 MWF M Mendez, JaAnna

9:00 a.m.-11:20 a.m. 6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $10 FEE

30-Mar 30-Mar

10 10

LAFYTE LAFYTE

9:00 a.m.-11:20 a.m. 7:00 p.m.-9:50 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $20 FEE

30-Mar 30-Mar 30-Mar

10 10 10

BC-109 BC-107 BC-109

8:30 a.m.-10:50 a.m. 6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m. $10 FEE

30-Mar 30-Mar

10 10

SCIOK SCIOK

LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR 2 YR OLD

TOGETHER!

A one-day a week class with an emphasis on creative activities for 2-1/2 to 5 year olds and their parents. In two 2-hour evening sessions, April 16 and June 4, parents focus on understanding and implementing a developmental approach to creative activities for young children. Please call Family connections/Pollywog 541-9174884 for more information.

For children 0-5 years old with their parents, grandparents, aunts/uncles or child care providers. Active games and songs to promote reading skills to help prepare children for kindergarten. Children receive books. Offered in partnership with GAPS and Albany Public Library. For Greater Albany Public School students only. Classes offered to children not already taking classes or in preschool activities. Call Family Connections/Pollywog at (541)9174884 for more information and to see if you qualify for this class.

CORVALLIS 41456 T R R Gilmour, Sarah

9:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m. 6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. 6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m. $74 FEE

31-Mar 16-Apr 4-Jun

10 8 1

BC-109 BC-109 BC-109

PADRES Y NINOS PEQUENOS Unase a otros padres y sus hijos de 1 a 3 años para contar cuentos, pintar, cantar, jugar con plastilina y más. Aprenda formas divertidas y fáciles que le ayudarán a apoyar el desarrollo de su hijo y construír una comunidad de apoyo. La reunión es un día a la semana, durante diez semanas. Para inscribirse llame a Leonor en el Centro de Bienvenida, (541-704-2376). ALBANY 43233 Jabin, Alicia

F

10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m.

3-Apr

10

SUNRIS

LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER - 1 - PNP A preschool cooperative for parents and their 3, 4 and 5-year olds. Parents attend seminars and arrange times to work in the preschool lab. Lab meets T & R from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. Parents have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of parenting, practice guidance and communication techniques, and plan and prepare activities that foster children’s growth and development. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog at 541-917-4884 for availability. $10.00 lab fee, $4.50 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only. SCIO 40648 TR 40648 T Mendez, JaAnna

8:30 a.m.-10:50 a.m. 6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m.

31-Mar 31-Mar

10 10

SCIOK SCIOK

ALBANY 42922 R Richardson, Lisa

10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m.

2-Apr

10

SUNRIS

JUNTOS (TOGETHER) Programa de aprender, leer, jugar y crecer juntos. Para niños de 0-5 años de edad acompañados con sus padres o proveedores de cuidado infantil. Aprenden destrezas de lectura para preparar a los niños para kinder. Cada niño recibe libros, bocadillo y transporte gratis. Ofrecido en asociación con El Distrito de Escuelas Públicas de Albany y La Biblioteca Pública de Albany. Para inscribirse llame a Leonor Chávez en el Centro de Bienvenida, (541)704-2376. ALBANY 41317 F Beck, Claudia

10:15 a.m.-12:05 p.m.

3-Apr

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SUNRIS

LIVE & LEARN DISCOVERY LAB 2 1/2 TO 5 YR OLDS For two hours a week parents/caregivers and their 2 1/2 - 5 year olds become immersed in activities designed to build on children’s natural sense of wonder and desire to explore. Participants will measure, build, experiment, problem-solve, and discover the world together. This class is offered in partnership with the Greater Albany Public Schools. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog (541)917-4884 for more information. Tuesday: Lafayette Elementary, 3122 SE Madison St. Albany OR. ALBANY 43544 T Baker, Patricia

9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

10

LAFYTE

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT 2 1/2 TO 5 YR OLDS In this 10 week class, parents and their 2 1/2 - 5 year olds will participate in creative activities (music, movement and dramatic play). We do the messy projects you may not want to do at home. Additional child in same family is $10.00. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog at 541-917-4884 for more information. ALBANY 43985 F Richardson, Lisa

9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. $79 FEE

3-Apr

10

CENTEL


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9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. 6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. 6:00 p.m.-8:20 p.m. $77 FEE

2-Apr 16-Apr 4-Jun

10 8 1

BC-109 BC-109 BC-109

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT SPANISH 2 TO 5 YR OLD En esta clase de 10 semanas, los padres y sus hijos de 2 1/5 - 5 años participarán en actividades creativas (música, movimento y juego dramático). Hacemos los proyectos desordenados que quizas no quieras hacer en casa. Llame al Centro de Bienvenida al 541-7042376 para registrarse y obtener más información. Viernes: Escuela Primearia Sunrise, 790 19th Ave. SE, Albany OR. ALBANY 43987 T 10:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. Saavedra Villarreal, Rocio

31-Mar

10

SUNRIS

INCREDIBLE YEARS For families with children ages 2-10. Raise responsible children! Use play and praise to build a more cooperative relationship with your children. Learn how to make clear family rules. Prevent and reduce behavior problems and improve your children’s social skills. Offered in partnership with C.H.A.N.C.E., Linn County Health Department, and DHS Child Welfare. Class is free and includes child care; free dinner provided at 5:30 p.m. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog 541-917-4884 to sign up for class and child care. ALBANY 41377 Keiser, Joy

W

6:00 p.m.-7:50 p.m.

1-Apr

11

LINDHS

LIVE & LEARN DISCOVERY LAB 3 TO 5 YR OLD For two hours a week parents/caregivers and their 3 to 5 year olds become immersed in activities designed to build on children’s natural sense of wonder and desire to explore. Participants will measure, build, experiment, problem solve and discover the world together. Additional child cost is $10.00. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog at (541)-917-4884 for more information. CORVALLIS 43989 T Clark, Ann

12:30 p.m.-2:20 p.m. $79 FEE

31-Mar

10

BC-109

MAKE PARENTING A PLEASURE Do you want to stress less and have more fun as a parent? In this 10 week class for families of children birth - 10 years old we will explore ways to Make Parenting a Pleasure. Learn how to take care of yourself during the demands of parenting and how to talk and interact better with your kids, Learn techniques for disciplining your kids in a positive way. Free on-site child care. Free children’s books. Held in partnership with C.H.A.N.C.E and Boy’s and Girl’s Club of the Greater Santiam at the Lebanon site. Call Family Connections/Pollywog at 541-917-4884 for more information and to reserve childcare. LEBANON 43647 T Krug, Al

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. FREE

31-Mar

10

LBGC

NURTURING PARENTING PROGRAM FOR PARENTS AND ADOLESCENTS NEW! Parents and adolescents spend time together and in separate classes. You will have the opportunity to explore topics such as: Adolescent developmental stages and brain tendencies, body image, depression and self-harm, cyber bullying/cyber world and texting. 12 free sessions. Free dinner at 6:00 pm, free childcare and gift cards for participation. Call Polly at 541-574-3676 for more information and to reserve child care. ALBANY 44404 W Krug, Al CORVALLIS 44403 W MacInnes, Brian TO BE SCHEDULED 44363 W Magee, Aoife

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. FREE

1-Apr

12 YMCA

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. FREE

1-Apr

12 NOAHS

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. FREE

1-Apr

10 TBA

CHILD & FAMILY WELL-BEING PROTECTIVE FACTOR: CONCRETE SUPPORTS FOR PARENTS NEW! Child and family well-being starts with promoting protective factors. Participants in this workshop will examine how families whose basic needs are met have more time and energy to devote to their children’s healthy development. Ways to identify and access resources in the community will be explored. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog 541-917-4884 for more information. CORVALLIS 44409 W Magee, Aoife

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m.

6-May

1 NOAHS

CHILD & FAMILY WELL-BEING PROTECTIVE FACTOR: SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE OF CHILDREN NEW! Child and family well-being starts with promoting protective factors. Participants in this workshop will examine how children’s emerging ability to form bonds and interact positively with others, self-regulate their emotions and behavior, communicate their feelings and solve problems effectively has a positive impact on their relationships with their family, other adults and peers. Please call Family Connections/Pollywog 541-917-4884 for more information. CORVALLIS 44414 W Magee, Aoife

6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m.

3-Jun

1 NOAHS

PARENT EDUCATOR CELEBRATION All home visitors and group facilitators working in the parenting education field, please join us for lunch in the Fireside Room in the Calapooia Center at LBCC and reinvigorate your practice by networking with colleagues and learning new skills. Keynote speaker Shauna Tominey Ph.D, Assistant Professor at Oregon State University. From Happy to sad, loved to frustrated, excited to discouraged - the many emotions children and adults experience throughout the day matter! Our emotions (and the skills we have to manage emotions) impact our ability to build positive relationships, to pay attention, to learn, to teach and to parent. In this hands on workshop, learn about the importance of promoting social-emotional skills for children and adults as a protective factor. Participants will discuss the relationship between emotional intelligence and resilience, exploring practical tools and strategies to integrate emotional intelligence across home, school and community settings through a trauma informed perspective. Certificate for 1.5 hours professional development. Lunch included. Call 541-917-4884 to register. ALBANY 40575 W Magee, Aoife

12:00 p.m.-2:20 p.m. FREE

15-Apr

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Registration & Contact Information

Non-credit programming is open to community members, serving learners across the lifecourse. Classes are held on LBCC campuses & at partner locations throughout the mid-Willamette Valley.

How to Register

Our Centers

Community Education & SBDC

Albany

1. Call 541-917-4840 we can help you register 2. Online via Webrunner webrunner.linnbenton.edu 3. In-Person at any LBCC location 4. Via Mail

Corporate Training & Professional Development 1. Call 541-917-4276 2. Email houdet@linnbenton.edu

Adult Basic Skills (ABS)

1. Call 541-917-4710 Hablamos Español: 541-917-4876 2. Attend a FREE Orientation Session • Visit www.linnbenton.edu/ela for the ELA orientation schedule • Visit www.linnbenton.edu/ged for the ABE & GED® orientation schedule

Childcare Training & Parenting Education 1. Call 541-917-4884 for Parenting Education 2. Call 541-917-4899 for Family Connections Registration begins February 24 Most classes begin the week of March 30. Get the classes you want! Refund & Drop Information: Community Education & SBDC Call 541-917-4840 Driver Education & Vehicle Safety Drop & Refund Information Classes require a drop/withdraw 72 hours prior to the start of the class to ensure a full refund.

Also serving Tangent, Lyons, Millersburg Albany Campus, Willamette Hall, WH-120 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, OR 97321 541-917-4840 • Hablamos Español extendedlearning@linnbenton.edu www.linnbenton.edu/extendedlearning

Hours of Operation

M–R: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. F: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Note: Registration closes at 4:30 p.m. (3:30 p.m. on Fridays)

Corvallis

Also serving Philomath, Alsea, Monroe

Benton Center, 757 NW Polk Ave., Corvallis, OR 97330 541-757-8944 ext. 5100 • linnbenton.edu/benton-center

Hours of Operation

M-R: 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. F: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m

Lebanon

Also serving Lacomb, Scio, Crabtree

Lebanon Center, 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon, OR 97355 541-259-5801 • linnbenton.edu/lebanon-center

Hours of Operation

M–F: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Extended Registration Hours - March 30-April 2: M–R: 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. F: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Sweet Home

Also serving Brownsville, Halsey & Harrisburg Sweet Home Center, 1661 Long Street, Sweet Home, OR 97386 541-367-6901 • linnbenton.edu/sweet-home-center

Hours of Operation

M-R: 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. F: CLOSED Scheduled Campus Closures All LBCC locations will be closed April 3 & May 25. Payments Payment is due at the time of registration. Submitting a registration form without payment does not guarantee your spot in the class. LBCC does not send a bill for Community Education classes. Students are responsible for ensuring their bill is paid in full.


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LOCATION KEY AC...................................................Activities Center, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

LINDHS........................................... Linn County DHS, 118 SE Second Ave, Albany

ALBCHA................. Albany Area Chamber of Commerce, 435 West 1st Ave, Albany

LM..............................................Luckiamute Center, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

ALBLIB....................................................Albany Library, 2450 14th Ave SE, Albany

LNCOEX....................OSU Lincoln County Ext Service, 1211 SE Bay Blvd, Newport

ALBSR........................................ Albany Senior Center, 489 Water Ave NW, Albany

MBVA..................................................... MBVA Building, 550 S. Main St., Lebanon

BC.........................................................Benton Center, 757 NW Polk Ave, Corvallis

MEADOW..........................................Meadow Park, 277 NE Conifer Blvd, Corvallis

BGCLUB..................................Albany Boys’ & Girls’ Club, 1215 Hill St SE, Albany

MKH................................................. McKenzie Hall, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

BRGFAB....................................................... Brigitte’s Place, 325 1st Ave W, Albany

NOAHS................................... Noah’s Ark Pre School, 2760 SW 53rd St., Corvallis

BRSLIB.................................. Brownsville Library, 146 Spaulding Ave, Brownsville

NSH...........................................North Santiam Hall, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

CALV..............................Calvin Presbyterian Church, 1736 NW Dixon St, Corvallis

PHLIB..................... Philomath Community Library, 1050 Applegate St., Philomath

CAMCAN............................................ Camelia’s Candles, 733 S Main St, Lebanon

PREMAR........................ Precision Martial Arts, 1750 SW 3rd St. Suite E, Corvallis

CC................................................ Calapooia Center, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

REBK.......................................... 100F Rebekah’s Lodge, 148 N 13th St., Philomath

CENTEL..................................Central Elementary School, 336 SW 9th Ave, Albany

SANT....................... Santiam Christian School, 7220 NE Arnold Ave, Adair Village

CHS...............................Corvallis High School, 1400 NW Buchanan Ave, Corvallis

SCIOK................................................ OBS-Scio Kindergarten, 38743 Ash St., Scio

CLEMEN.................................Clemens Primary School, 535 S 19th St., Philomath

SHC.............................................Sweet Home Center, 1661 Long St., Sweet Home

CMS........................................Calapooia Middle School, 830 SE 24th Ave, Albany

SHHS-POOL.............. Sweet Home High School Pool, 1641 Long St., Sweet Home

CRVFOU.................. Corvallis Foundry, 257 SW Madison Ave Suite 210, Corvallis

SHON...............................Shonnard’s Nursery, 6600 SW Philomath Blvd, Corvallis

DEVNW....................................DevNW, 257 SW Madison Ave. Suite 200, Corvallis

SSH.......................................... South Santiam Hall, 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany

F..................................................... Forum Building, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

SUNRIS................................................... Sunrise School, 730 19th Ave SE, Albany

FIRCON.................First Congregational Church, 4515 SW West Hills Rd, Corvallis

SWANSO......................... Cool Swanson Action Center, 705 Railroad St SE, Albany

FITOVR................................Fitness Over 50, 6735 SW Country Club Dr., Corvallis

SWHCHA...........Sweet Home Chamber of Commerce, 1575 Main St., Sweet Home

IA............................................ Industrial A Building, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

T............................................................Takena Hall, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

IOOFLE................................................. Odd Fellows Lodge, 20 E Ash St., Lebanon

TBA.................................................................................................. To Be Arranged

LAFYTE.................................... Lafayette Elementary, 3122 Madison St. SE, Albany

WAHS................................West Albany High School, 1130 Queen Ave SW, Albany

LAKESI..........................................Lakeside Center, 5353 SE Columbus St., Albany

WALCO......................Walnut Community Room, 4950 NW Fair Oaks Dr., Corvallis

LBGC.....................................Lebanon Boys’ & Girls’ Club, 305 S 5th St., Lebanon

YMCA........................................................... YMCA, 3201 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany

LC....................................................... Lebanon Center, 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon LCX..........................................Lebanon Center Annex, 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon LEBSR...........................................Lebanon Senior Center, 80 Tangent St., Lebanon

how to read the class listings CRN stands for course request number. This is an identifying number for each course used in registering.

Day(s) indicates the day or days of the week the class meets.

Start Date: first class meeting date

Weeks: the number of weeks that the class meets.

Instructor Cost Time the Location: See the location key on Registration & contact information: page 47 • Location Key: page 48 class • Confused? Class Listings: page 48 meets. See How to Read this page.


49 Term Calendar: Open Registration for non-credit: February 24 Term begins: March 30 Closure Days: All LBCC locations will be closed April 3 and May 25. Online Registration Hours for WebRunner linnbenton.edu/webrunner • Register 24 hours a day except 9 p.m. Friday until 9 a.m. on Saturday, and some weekends (closed for system maintenance). Make Your Payments Online and On Time! Make your payments online on WebRunner with credit cards, checking or saving accounts. Late payment will result in a late payment fee of $30 per billing period. It may also result in denial of further credit, impairment of credit history, and additional assessment for late payment fees, collection charges and attorney fees. Personal checks, travelers checks, cashiers checks, and money orders are accepted for the amount due only. Two-party and postdated checks are not accepted. A $20 fee is assessed on any returned check, whether written by you or another party. Factors That May Affect Your Tuition Regional Programs: Some programs are designated “regional,” allowing out-of-state students to pay in-state tuition for the first term. These students must establish and meet LBCC’s residency requirements to qualify for in-state tuition for subsequent terms. Student Activity and Program Fee: Students are assessed $2.15 per credit as a student activity/ program fee (included in the chart above). Income derived from this fee supports extracurricular activities and programs. Note: These fees are subject to change. An ASLBCC fee is assessed per term at a rate of $4.30 for 1-5 credits or $8.60 for 6 or more credits. Payment Information Payment deadlines can be found at linnbenton.edu/paymentdue-dates. Payment is due at time of registration. Late fees will be assessed on the dates listed at linnbenton.edu/ payment-due-dates. Check your current account balance information on WebRunner or call 541-917-4303. You will be charged $45 and your account will be placed on hold if payment in full is not made by the first late fee assessed date. Any unpaid balance will be charged an additional $30 as of the second late fee assessed date. Payment must be made by11:59 p.m. of the late fee assessed date. Tuition Refunds for Dropped Classes To receive a tuition refund, you must drop a class via WebRunner or by submitting a Schedule Change Form at the Registration Counter in Takena Hall or at one of the LBCC centers by the drop deadlines listed below. (When using WebRunner, be sure to SUBMIT your changes.)

Failure to Pay: All Student Accounts If you fail to make timely payments (including late-payment fees), the college may require immediate payment of the entire account balance. The college will refer the account to an outside collection agency for failure to pay as agreed and will report the status of the account to a credit reporting bureau. If the account is referred to a collection agency and/or an attorney, collection, court and attorney costs will be added to the account. Transcript requests will not be processed if an account is delinquent. LBCC has the right, without prior notice, to stop or suspend the extension of credit and withhold services if billings are returned by the postal service or if minimum payments are not made on time. Withholding services includes, but is not limited to, registration for classes and workshops. The college may change the terms of the LBCC Payment Plan and may change existing and future charges at any time. Notice will be made in advance as required by law. Registration Information Once you register for a class, you are responsible for all tuition and fees unless you drop the class before the refund deadline. WARNING: The instructor may drop students who do not attend the first scheduled day or week. If you have not attended class and the instructor has not dropped you, you are still responsible for payment. Check your registration status with the class instructor or on WebRunner prior to the end of the second week for full-term classes. Emergency Closure Notification Services Classes are not held if the college is closed due to bad weather, hazardous driving conditions or other emergency situations. College officials notify local radio stations and Eugene-area TV stations by 6 a.m. for daytime closures or by 3 p.m. for evening closures. Closures for evening and weekend classes and other activities follow this same schedule. Announcements are available on the LBCC switchboard, 541-917-4999, and on the college Web site: www.linnbenton.edu. LBCC uses a program called ReGroup to deliver mass notifications of emergency situations at LBCC. Such situations could range from campus closure due to inclement weather to natural disasters, toxic air hazards, an incidence of violence, or other urgent situations. Students and staff will receive these notifications via the campus email and the cell phone number they have provided in WebRunner. Friends, parents, family members, or business contacts that would like to receive these notifications can be directed to sign up at https://linnbenton.regroup.com/signup


50 Residency Policy In-state tuition To qualify for in-state tuition, you must be an American citizen or immigrant and must have lived in Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada or Washington for at least 90 continuous days immediately before you enroll (as per OAR 589-002-0200). For a list of documents to show proof of residency, contact the Director of Enrollment and Management 541-917-4811. Residency application forms are at www.linnbenton.edu/forms. Out-of-state tuition: If your permanent residence is outside Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada or Washington, you will pay out-of-state tuition. International tuition: If you are a citizen of another country living in the U.S. on a nonimmigrant visa, you will pay international tuition rates regardless of the length of your residency within the state. Records Information In accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, LBCC considers the following to be directory information—student’s name, address, telephone listing, email, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of athletes, dates of attendance, school or division of enrollment, degrees and awards received. Forms to request restriction of the release of directory information are available in the Registration Office. Students who do not want to have this information released by the college must complete one of these forms. Students must notify the college by the time of registration to ensure that information will not be released during the term. Student Right to Know Linn-Benton Community College is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment for students, staff and guests. The college complies with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 by maintaining an Annual Campus Safety Report that contains statistics on crimes and incidents that occurred on the main campus and all offcampus centers. A copy of the report is available from the Public Safety Office, 541-917-4440, and the Dean of Student Services Office, 541-917-4806. The college also maintains retention and graduation statistics relevant to new students who began attending LBCC Fall Term 1991 and later. This information is available at linnbenton.edu/student–right–to– know. Use & Disclosure of Social Security Number (SNN) OAR 559-004-0400 authorizes Linn Benton Community College to request your Social Security number. The number will be used by the college for reporting, research, and record keeping. Your SSN will be provided to the Oregon Community College data reporting system,for state and federal reporting purposes. If taking credit courses, you are required to provide the college with your SSN in order to receive a 1098T statement for federal educational tax benefits. OCCURS or the college may provide your Social Security number to the following agencies or match it with records from the following systems: • The National Student Clearinghouse, to track community college students go on with their education at different institutions. • The Oregon Employment Department to help state and local agencies plan education and training services to help Oregon citizens get the best jobs available.

• The Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC), to provide reports to local, state, and federal governments. The information is used to learn about education, training and job market trends for planning, research, and program improvement. • The Oregon Department of Revenue and the collection agencies only for purposes of processing debts and only if credit is extended to you by the college. • The Internal Revenue Service for 1098T reporting. • The Worker’s Compensation division to track injured worker retraining. State and federal law protects the privacy of your records. Your SSN will be used only for the purposes above, may not be rereleased by these agencies, and must be secured in accordance with federal and state requirements. LBCC’s Alcohol- and Drug-Free Program Linn-Benton Community College is legally required and morally committed to the prevention of illicit drug use and the abuse of alcohol by both students and employees. For more information, see linnbenton.edu/drug-free. Students wanting additional information should contact the Dean of Student Services in Takena Hall. Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct This document is linked to from linnbenton.edu/studentright-to-know. Request for Special Needs or Accommodations Direct questions about or requests for special needs or accommodations to the LBCC Disability Coordinator, RCH-105, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, Oregon 97321, Phone 541- 9174789 or via Oregon Telecommunications Relay TTD at 1-800735-2900 or 1-800-735- 1232. Make sign language interpreting or real-time transcribing requests 2-4 weeks in advance. Make all other requests at least 72 hours prior to the event. LBCC will make every effort to honor requests. LBCC is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Comprehensive Statement of NonDiscrimination LBCC prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, ethnicity, use of native language, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, marital status, disability, veteran status, age, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws. For further information see Board Policy P1015 in our Board Policies and Administrative Rules. Title II, IX, & Section 504: Scott Rolen, CC-108, 541- 917-4425; Lynne Cox, T-107B, 541-917-4806, LBCC, Albany, Oregon. To report: linnbentonadvocate.symplicity. com/public_report Discrimination/Harassment Complaints: If you feel you have been discriminated against in any interaction at Linn-Benton Community College, or have been harassed by another person while at LBCC, or wish to report any concern or complaint, please use this form: linnbentonadvocate.symplicity.com/public_ report Any complaint about a student or a student complaint about the College: Lynne Cox 541- 917-4806, coxly@linnbenton.edu A student complaint about an LBCC staff member: Scott Rolen, 541-917-4425, rolens@ linnbenton.edu. An LBCC staff member complaint about another staff member: Contact: Scott Rolen, 541-917-4425, rolens@ linnbenton.edu. This full statement, also available in other languages, can be viewed at https://www.linnbenton.edu/current-students/ administration-information/policies/statement-ofnondiscrimination.php

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Registration & contact information: page 47 • Location Key: page 48 • Confused? See How to Read Class Listings: page 48