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Learn what it’s like to work and play like a Scientist, Technologist, Engineer or Mathematician in this fast paced STEM based Lego Mindstorms EV3 Robotics course.

Minecraft: Spy vs. Spy - $89

Lego Robotics Advanced Steam - $89

This Minecraft course will teach students about the craft, practice, history and contemporary role of espionage. Learn about codes and cyphers, elements of disguise, and creating mission logs. Students will also explore the making of spy gadgets, invisible inks and other tools of the trade. Students will learn to use a map and three dimensional coordinates to find and save a village from enemy spies, and solve mysteries in a top secret spy base.

In this Battle Bots course, students will explore the science of shape, motion, energy, and properties of matter. Engineer solutions to physical challenges using motors, sensors, gears, wheels and many other tools and components. Learn to use the Design Thinking Process to create innovative and novel ideas. Solve real world mathematical problems and program autonomous robots that respond to their environment. Our Robotics Advance course will introduce more complex programming.

CFK4014.1C1 6 Tue., starts 9/19, 9 a.m. — 11 a.m.

CFK4018.1C1 6 Wed., starts 9/20, 10 a.m. — 12 p.m.

CS and Coding Concepts - $89

Introduction To EV3 Robotics - $89

Learn to design programs to teach your robot/computer to do complex tasks. Explore what an algorithm is and design algorithms that work in various coding and technology platforms (eg. Scratch,

Students will learn about robots and what it takes to control them. Working in pairs, students will learn to program the EV3 robot to perform precise maneuvers, use sensors to interact with its world and use

Lego Mindstorms, LittleBits, Minecraft Redstone).

additional servo motors to perform complex tasks.

Solve programing challenges designed to test and analyze the effectiveness of your algorithms.

This introduction to Robotics class will focus on design and customization with an emphasis on programming fundamentals. *Mandatory for new students.

CFK4004.1C1 6 Tue., starts 9/19, 1 p.m. — 3 p.m.

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CFK4008.1C1 6 Wed., starts 9/20, 1:30 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ALL CLASSES: Instructor: Gwendolyn Thompson SF Center for Innovation and Economic Development 530 W. University Ave., Gainesville FL Rm. DB-117


Contents

Alachua/Bradford............................. 17

Animal Activities................................. 4

Arts and Crafts................................... 5

Career and Test Prep....................... 16

College For Kids.............................. 16

Computers and Technology............... 8

Culinary............................................. 9

Important Dates! Aug 9 Registration begins for Fall A Sept 4 Labor Day - College Closed Sept 5 Classes begin for Fall A Oct 13 UF Homecoming - College Closed

Dance.............................................. 10 Drawing/Painting................................ 6

General Information.......................... 18

Health and Fitness........................... 11

Health and Wellness........................ 12

Understanding this brochure

Hobbies........................................... 13

House and Garden.......................... 14

Jewelry Making...............................4-5

Kids and Family Fun......................... 14

Course Title

How To Use Your Kindle Fire

Learn all the basics of your Kindle Fire (and HD), Fire parts and basic navigation; books, movies/TV, music, apps, search the web, and check email. Learn about Amazon’s Cloud Services and the benefits of buying Amazon Prime.

Languages....................................... 14

Money and Finance......................... 16

Outdoor Adventures......................... 15

Performing Arts...............................6-7

Special Interests.............................. 17

Sports.............................................. 13

Ways To Register.......................... 18

Writing............................................... 7

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3 Wed., starts 7/2, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Ken Humphlett SF NW Campus, B-204 FEE $39

3 Wed. means this course runs for 3 Wednesdays and starts on 7/2

Registration fee

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Course location: Bldg B, Rm 204

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Animal Activities AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Class

Learn how to best communicate with your puppy and also provide an opportunity for your dog to socialize. Classes aimed at earning the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy distinction. Get info on puppy raising questions including housetraining, chewing, and the most effective way to teach practical skills.

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6 Sat., starts 9/9, 9 am—10 am NOTE: At completion your puppy (up to 1 yr.) is eligible to be enrolled in the S.T.A.R. Puppy Program. Distinction information listed at http://www.akc.org/starpuppy.

AKC Trick Dog Class - Novice

Teach your do to be a trick dog! Teaching your dog tricks is rewarding and fun for both you and your dog. This is why AKC has started a new title TRICK DOG. In this class, we will learn 10 tricks for your dog and you to do. You will have a list of tricks that can be taught and the class will as a whole decide which tricks we will learn. Emphasis in this class will be FUN and TEAM work between you and your dog. ‘COME’ join me in this class and earn an AKC title for your dog.

AKC Beginning Dog Training

Develop a happy working relationship with your dog. Discover innovative methods for communicating with your dog, with emphasis on instant response and attentiveness, encouraged by high motivation and praise. All basic obedience exercises are AKC oriented and geared for a great family dog, as well as competition.

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AKC Advanced Dog Training

If you are familiar with AKC Techniques, and your dog knows basic obedience exercises, then this next level class is for you. Enjoy an advanced class that teaches a development of mutual trust and respect. Good citizen and AKC Community Canine titles can be earned by exam in this class.

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6 Sat., starts 9/9, 11 am—12 pm

6 Sat., starts 9/9, 10 am—11 am

Instructor: Mitzi Calvert, CGC Eval. SF NW Campus, Lot 9A NW Field FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $25 fee paid at 1st class. Class meets at NW Field across from Walgreens (on corner of NW 91st St.) Provide email address, instructor will send map. Proof of current vaccinations, including flu vaccines, will be required before beginning classes. No class on 9/23 (all dog classes).

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6 Sat., starts 9/9, 12 pm—1 pm

* Dog classes are held outside in a large field. Horseback Riding: Learn to Ride

Horsemanship is both an art and a science. Become a confident, safe rider and handler of horses under the professional training of Madonna Bynum. Training includes grooming, tack up, mount/dismount, seating, balance and hand positioning. All levels welcome.

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4 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Madonna Bynum MADONNA’S EQUINE ACADEMY, Barn Waldo Rd FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Additional $100 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Class will meet in outdoor arena. Wear appropriate clothes, long pants, closed toe shoes or boots with 1/2” heel (no tread). Directions will be emailed.

The Metabolic Horse

Learn about management of horses with metabolic diseases including Equine Metabolic Syndrome and Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction. Includes reviews of related physiology and horse nutrition.

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1 Sat., starts 9/23, 9:30 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Karen Wolfsheimer, DVM SF NW Campus, P-162 FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring pen and paper for notes.

Jewelry Making Basic Gemstone Cutting

You will start with slices of gemmy rock and learn how to shape and polish them into beautiful smooth cabochons on lapidary equipment. You will learn how to choose a rock, how to use trim saws, and how to grind, shape, and polish your stones.

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6 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Tech Toybox Instructor SF GTEC 2153 SE Hawthorne Rd FEE $99 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Membership in GGMS is required for use of club equipment. You can join the first night. Membership is inexpensive, and prorated to end of 2017. $30 material fee due at first class, includes textbook.

Base Metal Etching

Wire Woven Earrings

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We will chemically etch copper, brass or nickel silver to make a cuff bracelet. The students can either use their own design or a large selection of rubber stamps will be available for them to use. The chemicals are available at local hardware stores. 1 Sat., starts 9/16, 12 pm—1:30 pm Instructor: Tech Toybox Instructor SF GTEC 2153 SE Hawthorne Rd FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 materials fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

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Students will receive instruction in how to use the process of wire weaving to create a pair of earrings. For beginners or even experienced jewelry makers! Come make some earrings either for yourself, a loved one, or for a gift to others. 1 Thu., starts 9/14, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Tech Toybox Instructor SF GTEC 2153 SE Hawthorne Rd FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 material fee paid at 1st class. Sterling Silver is available if desired; the cost will be the actual cost to the instructor. The instructor will provide all tools and base metal wire.

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Jewelry Making - cont. Wire Wrapping A Cabochon

This is a basic wire wrapping class. Students will use their own creativity to wire wrap a cabochon of their choice. No prior experience required!

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1 Sat., starts 9/16, 1 pm—4 pm Instructor: Tech Toybox Instructor SF GTEC 2153 SE Hawthorne Rd FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 material fee paid at 1st class. Sterling Silver is available if desired; the cost will be the actual cost to the instructor. The instructor will provide all tools and base metal wire. Cabochons will be available for purchase at the class; students may bring their own.

Arts & Crafts

Beginner’s Fly Tying For Florida’s Waters

Learn the basics of salt water and warm water fly tying. Each student will learn to tie a number of standard flies than can be used in and about Florida to catch our most common fish. The tools, techniques, methods and materials used in fly tying will be explained. Every class member will create two flies during each class session.

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3 Mon., starts 9/11, 6 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Robert Craig SF NW Campus, P-162 FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 materials fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Please bring a fly tying vise, and scissors.

Felted Bowls

Learn to knit and felt a bowl. 100% naturally dyed wool yarn, knitting needles, directions and instructions for knitting the bowl will be provided. You will knit in class and felting instructions will be covered so you can felt at home. There will be enough yarn to complete 2 bowls. Work at your own speed. Knitting in the round experience is helpful but not necessary; no previous felting experience needed.

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2 Sat., starts 9/30, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Scarlett *Kiki* Geiger SF NW Campus, P-165 FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring your knitting bag and $20 to 1st class for kit of yarn, needles, pattern, supplies. Must know how to knit on double pointed needles.

Learn To Spin: Drop Spindle

For millennia, humans have twisted plant and animal fibers together to create string. Though no longer a household necessity in our culture, this ancient art is relaxing, fun, and productive. In this class you will learn to make yarn by spinning wool on a high whorl drop spindle. You will learn a bit of the history of spinning and be exposed to other fibers and methods of spinning yarn.

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3 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Sharon Emery GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $20 due at 1st class for kit (includes drop spindle and wool/spinning fiber).

Jewelry Construction

The allure of hand made, eye-catching adornments will inspire you. With a desire to design simple jewelry, learn basic noncasting jewelry construction techniques. Come create unique rings, bracelets, and pendants. Enameling on copper will also be taught.

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6 Tue., starts 9/5, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Dietrich Dohrmann WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 materials fee paid at 1st class. Bring pencil and paper.

Open Studio In Ceramics

This course is designed to allow students to chart their own creative experience. Methods of hand building as well as throwing on the potter’s wheel will be demonstrated and taught. Students of all levels of experience are welcome. Come and experience the wide world of clay.

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4 Sat., starts 9/9, 9:30 am—12:30 pm

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4 Sat., starts 10/7, 9:30 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Gary Bone OAK HALL SCHOOL 8009 SW 14th Ave (off Tower Rd) FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $75 fee paid to instructor at 1st class for materials and firing costs. Class is held in the Ceramic Studio on the Oak Hall campus.

Pottery 101 - Wheel Throwing

Work with clay and learn the basics of wheel throwing to make your own bowl! Class is 1-hour and includes two pieces of clay and a second visit to come back and paint what you make! This class is perfect for beginners!

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1 Sun., starts 9/10, 12:30 pm—1:30 pm

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1 Sun., starts 9/10, 2 pm—3 pm

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6 Fri., starts 9/8, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Emil Raab SF NW Campus, H-38 FEE $79 - LAB FEE $15 NOTE: Students will be provided with lab supplies/welding materials. Instructor will discuss personal safety equipment needed at 1st class. No class on 10/13.

Pumpkin Carving

Create the funniest, wildest pumpkin to take home for your front step and spook your neighbors! Enjoy the art of pumpkin carving.

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1 Sat., starts 10/14, 4:30 pm—7 pm Instructor: Sirikul Blumberg SF NW Campus, S-220 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring your own pumpkin, a paring knife and vegetable peeler.

Remedial Knitting

Are you knitting but still have trouble seeing stitches, fixing mistakes, understanding patterns or other areas you feel weak in? This course lets students choose topics to be covered in a friendly environment where everyone has questions. Become more comfortable when you understand your knitting better! All experience levels welcome.

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2 Sat., starts 9/9, 1 pm—3 pm Instructor: Scarlett *Kiki* Geiger SF NW Campus, P-165 FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring your knitting bag as well as problems, patterns, or whatever you want to have covered, pen and paper for notetaking, yarn and needles to practice with. Must already know how to knit.

Wonder what the real scoop is with drones? In this course we will discuss all the ground work you need to safely be a drone pilot under the commercial guidelines of FAA Part 107, (those interested will be eligible to take the test for their Remote Pilot Airman Certificate with the FAA at the conclusion of this course). We will integrate hands-on experience with classroom material.

1 Sun., starts 9/10, 3:30 pm—4:30 pm

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1 Sun., starts 10/8, 12:30 pm—1:30 pm

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1 Sun., starts 10/8, 2 pm—3 pm

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1 Sun., starts 10/8, 3:30 pm—4:30 pm Instructor: Corks & Colors Instructor CORKS AND COLORS 3415 W University Ave FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Fee includes all materials and instruction.

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Learn the operation of small arc and general welding machines available at many popular home supply stores. Perform welding exercises on carbon steel and perform cutting operations using Oxy/Fuel and Plasma arc torch. Your instructor will discuss equipment options, price ranges, durability, and safety gear.

The Joy of Flying (Drones)

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Small Arc/Thermal Welding

7 Tue., starts 9/5, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Daniel Oakley SF NW Campus, O-103 FEE $79 NOTE: This class is open to all levels of drone (1-5 pounds weight) enthusiasts from novice to experienced pilots. If you have a drone bring it, if not, instructor will bring some for you to use.

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Drawing/Painting Drawing For Fun: Part 1

This class is for beginners, the first of three part series to be taught, and will teach gesture and still-life drawings, lighting, and value structure; the foundations of drawing for fun! By the end of the three classes, students will know how to draw out of the imagination and cartooning. We will also study how to pursue creative thinking to communicate clever ideas with drawing in the same way cartoonists and editorial illustrators do.

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6 Wed., starts 9/13, 6:30 pm—9 pm Instructor: Sidney Davidson SF NW Campus, S-316 FEE $89 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please bring dowel, sketchbook, newsprint, charcoal/graphite products, pencils and erasers to 1st class. Additional/optional supply list will be provided by instructor at 1st class.

Canvas Painting

Learn to use acrylic paint in our 2-hour, step-bystep class. Come create your own masterpiece! Create an 18x24 inch canvas, includes an 18x24 inch canvas, materials and instruction.

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1 Sat., starts 9/9, 4 pm—6 pm

Exploring Watercolors

Let loose and play with the fluid, luminous qualities of watercolor. Have fun learning basic techniques needed to produce lively, colorful paintings including; washes and glazes, color theory, design, and construction process. Materials required discussed during first class.

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4 Wed., starts 9/6, 2 pm—4 pm Instructor: Beryl Bayer SF BLOUNT CENTER, DC-08 401 NW 6th St, Downtown FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Approx. $40 materials fee for new students.

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6 Tue., starts 9/5, 5:30 pm—8:30 pm

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6 Thu., starts 9/7, 5:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: James Atyeo SF NW Campus, L-204 FEE $89 NOTE: No sr. waivers. You must have a SLR camera (film or digital), with manual override & interchangeable lenses. If shooting film you are responsible for purchase & processing for class assignments.

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6 Wed., starts 9/6, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: David Bennett SF NW Campus, S-317 FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Materials: stretched canvas (size is up to you) or gessoed Masonite board, heavy paper, good quality acrylics (at least student grade or better), an assortment of brushes, water containers, and gesso. Please come with subject matter ideas and references.

Learn to use acrylic paint in our step by step, 2-hour class. You and your little one will each create your own complimentary masterpiece! Best for children 7 and over. Course fee is for one adult and one child.

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Instructor: Corks + Colors Instructor CORKS AND COLORS 3415 W University Ave FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. All materials included.

Solve the mysteries of basic photography. Learn how to use your 35mm or digital camera by using the right tools and techniques. This class is for beginners, and people who have done photography for a while but have had no formal training.

Mommy and Me Painting

1 Sat., starts 10/7, 4 pm—6 pm

Photography Bootcamp

This course will introduce you to the basic fundamentals of acrylic painting. Emphasis will be placed on learning various painting techniques, color theory, and applications. Class critiques and teacher guidance will be available. Relax and end your day once a week in a positive and productive environment where everyone can succeed.

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Performing Arts

Painting With Acrylic

Instructor: Corks + Colors Instructor CORKS AND COLORS 3415 W University Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please, no children under 7. Course fee is for one adult and one child and includes all supplies.

Advanced 35MM/Digital Photography

Now that you have finished Photography Bootcamp, join other like minded photographers and have fun challenging yourself with new ideas and assignments. Learn composition, lenses, lighting, metering and more.

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6 Wed., starts 9/6, 5:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: James Atyeo SF NW Campus, L-204 FEE $99 NOTE: No sr. waivers. You should have a SLR 35mm camera (film or digital) with a manual override. You are responsible for the purchase and processing of your film or digital images. There will be a field trip on a Sat, 10am-4pm, date/loc. TBD by class. MUST have taken Photography Bootcamp course and have instructor’s permission.

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Online Intro To Voiceovers: 1-on-1

Explore the fun, rewarding possibilities of the voiceover industry! Discover current trends and how they make it easy and affordable for just about anyone to get involved. You’ll learn about different types of voiceovers and tools you’ll need to find success. Your instructor, a professional voice actor from Voices For All, will take notes as you read a real script in this one-on-one video chat setting, and offer some coaching to improve your delivery.

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Online: Register and start anytime Instructor: Voices For All One-on-One Online Course Voices For All, Inc. FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. This is an online oneon-one course that you can begin anytime. Voices For All will contact you to schedule lesson. Must have Internet access and video chatting capabilities using either of the following free methods: Skype (for PC users) or iChat (for Mac Users).

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Performing Arts - cont. Guitar

Playing the guitar can be relaxing, enjoyable and easy to learn! Acquaint yourself with various folk strums, picking styles, chords, and embellishments. Familiar songs are used as examples.

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6 Wed., starts 9/6, 5:30 pm—7 pm Instructor: Julian Kazimier WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $59 NOTE: Please bring guitar and notepad.

Hand Drumming Techniques

Learn to play a variety of hand drums, focusing on African/Afro Caribbean music and rhythms. All levels will find it challenging from beginner to advanced. If you don’t have a drum some will be provided.

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6 Tue., starts 9/5, 7 pm—9:30 pm Instructor: Leon Larson SF NW Campus, E-129 FEE $69 NOTE: $10 fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Native American Flute

The flute is another instrument used in sound therapy, for meditation, for relaxation, and simple enjoyment. There are many stories of how the flute came to be, which we will discuss. Students will learn the basics of playing the flute (breathing, techniques, fingering), legend of the flute, basics on how to make one and the parts of the flute, how to use the flute in meditation and how to play a basic song.

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Sacred Harp: Choral Singing

Sacred Harp is an American folk-music tradition of 4-part acapella singing that originated in the US South in the 1800’s. Derived from The Sacred Harp it’s a ubiquitous and historically important tunebook printed in “shape notes.” This style of musical notation is easy for beginners to learn to read, and by the end of this 4 week course you’ll be able to sing most songs out the Sacred Harp tunebook.

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4 Mon., starts 9/18, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Jonathan Surrency SF BLOUNT CENTER, DA-129 401 NW 6th St, Downtown FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. The course is designed for anyone interested in learning to sing the Sacred Harp, from beginners to experienced choral singers.

Writing

This 5-hour crunch course will provide aspiring authors with the opportunity to format their manuscript, formulate a catchy book title, unique chapter titles and begin writing their introduction and/or the first chapter of their book. Participants will also master the art of adding punch to the title of their book and chapter titles.

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1 Sat., starts 9/23, 10 am—3 pm Instructor: Kandra Albury SF NW Campus, C-113 FEE $99 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Students may also want to bring a writing utensil, notepad or digital device for notetaking. Bring a USB/Flash drive.

Find Your Inner Writer

This creative writing course will help you find the inner writer in yourself. We will free write, learn how to write fiction, poetry, and memoirs. No experience necessary, just your willingness to have fun and learn.

Tibetan Singing Bowls are centuries old tools used for healing and meditation purposes, creating a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul. The sounds generated by Tibetan Singing Bowls promote healing. Their sound synchronizes brain waves and enhances awareness of the mind/body connection. You’ll learn how to play the bowl and meditate using the bowl.

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4 Wed., starts 9/20, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Bruce Capin WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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4 Tue., starts 9/5, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Irma Fallon GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. No class on 9/19.

How do you get your work published in today’s competitive market? Learn about the different types of publishing options available, how to prepare a query letter, find an agent or self-publish, depending on your individual needs.

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Short Story Writing

This class is for those creative students, who feel the urge to write their own stories. You will have a wide choice of subjects and themes to write about. We’ll look for influences from models of famous past short stories. We’ll write flash fiction stories of only 1-2 pages, and traditional length stories. 6 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Michael Correia SF NW Campus, A-01 FEE $49 NOTE: Bring a notebook and pen. Recommended Books: Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (Miriam-Webster, USA, 2015, paper or hardback). Elements of Style, E.B. White; Best American Short Stories Series (20122014 collections).

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David is the president and director of Tonewood Family Music, Inc. in Gainesville, FL where he teaches children’s music and movement with the Music Together® program. He privately coaches students in audition technique, script analysis, and acting.

Writing From Within

Free your writer within from the “editor” and in doing so find your creative flow. We will give the writer in you some tools for coming to the page, finding your characters, overcoming writer’s block and learning some exercises to sharpen your skills.

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6 Wed., starts 9/6, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Wendy Thornton SF NW Campus, A-201 FEE $54

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6 Mon., starts 9/11, 6:15 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Hippodrome Instructor HIPPODROME STATE THEATRE 25 SE 2nd Place FEE $149 NOTE: No sr. waivers. A 7th class on 10/24 is an optional end of term celebration.

In 2008, David moved with his family to Gainesville, FL where he lives today. He returned to do summer Shakespeare at the Gallery Players Theater in Brooklyn, NY, in 2011 through 2013 in productions of Macbeth (Macbeth), Othello (Iago), and The Merchant of Venice (Antonio). That experience led him to begin a Shakespeare reading series at his local library where he began to develop The Shakespeare Code. He began working with the Hippodrome theater in Gainesville, FL as an actor in 2015 and is currently a member of the acting company there.

Publishing Your Work

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Enhance your understanding, enrich your performance, and better appreciate the incredible ability of one of the English language’s best playwrights. Through breaking down selected soliloquies, monologues, and scenes, you will come to better understand the high level of genius in the writing, and learn how Shakespeare intended his words to be used.

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Tibetan Singing Bowls

4 Tue., starts 9/19, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Bruce Capin WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Let’s Write Your Book Together

The Shakespeare Code

6 Thu., starts 9/7, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: Zona Gale GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $49 NOTE: Prerequisite: You should have basic writing skills and an understanding of English. Bring a journal and pen.

Writing Poems: Tell A Story

In this course, you will read, discuss, and write poems that blend poetry with techniques more common to fiction in order to tell a story. Each class will be devoted to reading and discussing works by contemporary masters of this form, in-class writing, and discussion of fellow classmates’ work.

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4 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Caylin Capra-Thomas WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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Computers & Technology Blogging With Wordpress

Get started on your way to blogging fame. Basic WordPress skills to be introduced: creating a blog account, applying a theme, using categories, creating pages and posts, and editing content. You may want to bring your own images on a flash drive.

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2 Tue., starts 9/5, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: Zona Gale SF NW Campus, C-113 FEE $39 NOTE: You should have some previous experience with basic web browsing and using email. Bring pen and paper for taking notes.

Essentials for Buying and Selling on Craigslist

Interested in saving money and making extra cash selling items that you no longer need? This class will show you the ins and outs of using Craigslist safely and effectively to buy and sell items in our local community. You will learn how to use its search options, post your ad, add images and text, secure your sales, and maintain your privacy.

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2 Sat., starts 9/16, 1 pm—2:30 pm Instructor: Brian Sorli SF NW Campus, P-162 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring your own laptop, smartphone or tablets if you have one. Prerequisites: basic computer education and training. Knowledge of how to use a keyboard and mouse, point and click, and following instructions are required.

Get The Most From Your Android

This class is designed to provide you an overview of the applications available to Android smartphone users, showing you the most important settings and methods needed to really become an Android pro and get the most out of your device. Students are encouraged to bring their Android smartphone to the class.

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2 Sat., starts 9/23, 10 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C-118 FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

iPad Basics I and II

iPhone Basics I and II combined for the first time. Learn the basics of iPad use: Settings, navigation, Wifi, iCloud, Mail, Safari browser, Photo basics, iTunes and more. Updated for iOS 10.3.2.

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6 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Ken Humphlett SF NW Campus, B-04 FEE $79 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Only iPad 4 or iPad Mini 2 or newer and upgraded to iOS 10.3.2. Bring your iPad and accessories. All iPads must already be fully charged and fully setup before coming to 1st class. Set up includes creating an AppleID (also called an iTunes account) and you must know the password for that account.

Macintosh OS Basics Simplified

Mac OS Simplified is designed to show how to effectively use the latest Mac OS (Operating System) for beginning users. Interested in learning how to use your new Mac computer, new to Mac OS and Apple computers, learning the basics needed to transition from Windows to Mac OS? This class will show you the ins and outs of using Mac OS effectively to manage information, connect to the web and email, how to use Mac OS for both home and office environments.

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2 Sat., starts 9/16, 9:30 pm—12 pm Instructor: Brian Sorli SF NW Campus, N-110 FEE $49 - LAB FEE $10 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Class meets in a computer lab but you may bring your own MacBook (any generation) laptop computer if you wish. Knowledge of how to use a keyboard and mouse, point and click, and following instructions are required.

You know you should be on social media for your business or nonprofit. You know it can help you drive newer and repeat business for your organization. But, do you know why? Do you know which social media platform will have the biggest bang for your buck? And when you start your profile, do you know what to say and how to grow your following? This session will answer all of those questions and more! 1 Tue., starts 10/3, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Danna Crawford SF NW Campus, A-01 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Feel free to bring your own laptop and/or mobile device if desired.

Note: Unless a prerequisite is noted, classes are designed for all levels!

Think you’d like to try your hand at selling on eBay but don’t know where to begin? This class will show you everything you need to know from start to finish. Including listing strategies and easy shipping styles. No item is too big or small to sell on eBay. Danna Crawford is a Certified Business Consultant and a top rated eBay seller, selling since 1997. She will walk you through the process.

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1 Tue., starts 9/19, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Danna Crawford SF NW Campus, A-01 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Feel free to bring your own laptop and/or mobile device if desired. This hands-on workshop will put you on the path to eBay selling success!

eBay Marketing

Discover how to market your eBay items online using social media; Facebook, twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn. Learn how much is enough and how to gain traffic and engage with your current customers. Bring it all together into a managed, social media plan.

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1 Tue., starts 10/10, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Danna Crawford SF NW Campus, A-01 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Feel free to bring your own laptop and/or mobile device if desired.

PC for Beginners and Beyond I

This course is for people new to computers or those wanting to move beyond the basics. Learn the parts, terminology, the basics of Windows, how to create and save files, how to make a smart computer purchase, and much more.

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Marketing With Social Media

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Getting Started on eBay

4 Thu., starts 9/7, 3 pm—6 pm Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C-118 FEE $69 - LAB FEE $10 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a USB/flash drive.

PC for Beginners and Beyond 2

This course discusses basic computer security, navigating Windows, managing your files, creating and customizing documents, changing your system’s settings, and an introduction to navigating around on the Internet.

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4 Thu., starts 10/5, 3 pm—6 pm Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C-118 FEE $69 - LAB FEE $10 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a USB/flash drive.

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Culinary Beginning Bread Making

Learn to create bread from scratch and work with Bread Doughs as well as fresh Yeast doughs. This class will explore using commercial yeast and how to make fresh dough to make bread. Ingredients will be provided. This class is perfect for beginners. Learn to make a fresh baguette for baking at home. Bring a Cookie sheet and a kitchen towel. Aprons are recommended. Each student will be working with his/her own dough throughout class. Children ages 8 and up may attend with a parent.

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1 Sat., starts 9/9, 10:30 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Michelle Reeves FAT TUSCAN CAFE 725 NE 1st St FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 supply fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Cooking For Your Lifestyle

Want a healthier diet, but feel overwhelmed by how to make it happen? Learn techniques for making fast, fresh, and, best of all, delicious vegetables, ferments, root vegetables, glutenfree breads (socca flatbread, savory breakfast, and cloud bread), seafood, and meats. Except for the breads, all ingredients used are on the auto immune protocol. Samples, demonstrations, and hands-on experiences are part of the class.

FIRST MAGNITUDE BREWING Craft Beer 101

Explore the world of craft beer with a local professional brewer as your tour guide! This course will feature a brief history of the craft beer movement, discuss the raw ingredients used to brew and examine the qualities used to evaluate beer by certified beer judges: appearance, aroma, flavor and mouth-feel. Gain insight into the brewing process, the equipment used to brew beer and become acquainted with some of the major craft beer styles.

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2 Mon., starts 9/18, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: John Denny FIRST MAGNITUDE BREWING 1220 SE Veitch St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. *Must be 21 to register - please bring valid ID.* $20 material fee paid at 1st class.

Discover Teas From Around The World

Introduction to tea culture, preparation and consumption throughout the world. During the class we will drink many different varieties of white, green, oolong and black teas from China, India, Japan and other places. Special attention will be given to the history and cross cultural significance of tea over the ages.

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4 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Michael Garvin SF CIED, DB-120 530 W University Ave FEE $34

Holiday Fruit And Veggie Carving

Create wonderful, edible decorations from fresh fruit and vegetables for your holiday table.

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2 Sat., starts 10/7, 2:30 pm—4 pm Instructor: Sirikul Blumberg SF NW Campus, S-220 FEE $29 NOTE: Please bring $10 to 1st class for materials, instructor will supply kitchen tools. Students bring 2 each: carrots & cucumbers, to 1st class.

Experience Gainesville one bite and sip at a time! Join us for an evening filled with food, alcoholic beverages and Gainesville history on this 2-hour tour. Visit 4 Gainesville establishments on this historical downtown walking tour. All participants must be over 21 years of age and VALID ID REQUIRED. Space is limited so sign up early!

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1 Wed, starts 9/13, 7 pm—9 pm Instructor: GNV Food Tour Instructor FEE $55

Downtown Walking Food Tour

This offering is our longest at 3 hours, and our most filling, with 5 restaurant stops. You will learn about early Gainesville history while sampling some of the best food that downtown has to offer. This will be an approx. 1.5 mile, 3-hour guided walking tour that will be a heavy lunch. Space is limited so sign up early!

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4 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Mary Ann Hastings GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $59 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: $10 supply fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Beat The Heat Food Tour

Olive Oil 101

Learn about healthy eating and entertaining with fresh extra virgin olive oil and true balsamic vinegar. Find out what extra virgin olive oil really means, what to look for in olive oil, its uses and benefits. Taste authentic balsamic vinegar, imported from Modena, Italy and see numerous ways to add panache and goodness to gourmet, as well as, simple, everyday dishes.

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1 Thu., starts 10/5, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm

September Salads and Spritzers

Healthy eating shouldn’t be complicated or arduous. Learn how to enjoy and be satisfied with fresh produce and healthy, tasty condiments. Fall in LOVE with salad! Dress three different salads with fresh extra virgin olive oil and true balsamic vinegar. Enjoy tastings and sample from over 50 flavors!

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1 Tue., starts 9/19, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Saporito OVS Instructor Saporito OVS 4401 NW 25th Pl FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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1 Sun., starts 9/24, 10:45 am—1:45 pm Instructor: GNV Food Tour Instructor FEE $55

Eat, Drink, and Be Scary

A special Halloween themed food tour. We will have spooky drinks, food and local ghost stories wrapped into some Halloween history. This will be a 1.3 mile, 2.5-hour walking tour in the downtown Gainesville area. Feel free to come festively dressed! Space is limited so sign up early! You must be 21 or older to participate in this tour.

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1 Wed, starts 10/11, 7 pm—9:30 pm Instructor: GNV Food Tour Instructor FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear comfortable shoes for walking. Class will meet SW corner of the block, Bo Diddley plaza near Steamers.

Wine Tasting 101

A 101 of wine; great for beginners and a fantastic refresher for wine pros! Wine vocabulary, flavor profiles, aromas and finishes, how to decipher wine labels, and how to understand wine reviews will all be covered while tasting unique wine varietals from around the globe. Classes will be held on the shady patio when weather permits. Cheeseboards are available for pre-orders. NOTE: You must be age 21 or over to register.

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5 Tue., starts 9/5, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: Wine and Cheese Instructor DOWNTOWN WINE AND CHEESE 113 N Main St FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $65 materials fee due at 1st class. Limited spaces available, register early.

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Dance

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Ballroom 101 For Couples

Learn 3 essential dances - Waltz, Fox Trot, and East Coast Swing. You can enjoy dancing on a cruise, parties, at your wedding or a friend’s. Learn basic patterns, lead/follow, and timing in each dance in a stress free environment.

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4 Sun., starts 9/10, 5:30 pm—6:30 pm Instructor: Eileen Parris PARRIS DANCE STUDIO 2716 SW 100th St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $6 facility fee paid at 1st class. Limited to 8 couples, both participants must register for class. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes (no flip flops). No class on 9/24.

Intro To Tap Dance

Always wanted to tap dance or took tap as a child and want to get back into it? This fun, skill-building class is for you! Gentle warm ups are followed by tap technique exercises, across-floor (traveling), and centre combinations. A variety of fun and rhythmic music will be used.

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4 Thu., starts 9/7, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: Julia Lunardo SF NW Campus, S-29 FEE $39 NOTE: Wear comfortable attire and tap shoes.

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4 Tue., starts 9/5, 7 pm—7:50 pm Instructor: Eileen Parris RENA’S BALLROOM 720 NW 23rd Ave FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $6 facility fee paid at 1st class. Limited to 20 people. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes (no flip flops).

Argentine Tango Introduction

Introduction to the tango with an emphasis on having fun in a non-judgmental atmosphere. Learn how to dance with a partner. No experience needed. Couples friendly, you do not have to rotate. Single friendly, no partner required.

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6 Tue., starts 9/5, 8 pm—9 pm Instructor: Andrew Weitzen B’NAI ISRAEL 3830 NW 16 Blvd FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facilities fee payable at 1st class. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. No class on 9/14 and 10/12; instructor will arrange make-up dates.

Beginning Swing Dance

Learn how to dance with a partner. Emphasis on having fun in a non-judgmental atmosphere. No experience needed. Couples friendly, you do not have to rotate. Single friendly, no partner required.

Samba is the national rhythm, dance and heartbeat of Brazil. This high-energy dance class will get your blood flowing while learning sassy and fun dance routines.

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4 Sat., starts 9/16, 1:30 pm—2:30 pm Instructor: S-Connection Instructor S-CONNECTION AERIAL ARTS 250 SE 10th Ave FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Please wear comfortable clothes.

Senior Line Dance

This combined beginner and intermediate class is a great way to get moving, have fun, improve your health, sharpen your mind and body, and lift your spirits while listening to great music. Make some new friends and have a great time!

Ballroom Basics 101

Learn 4 popular dances - Fox Trot, Cha Cha, Merengue, and Tango. You can enjoy dancing on a cruise, parties, at your wedding or a friend’s. Learn basic patterns, lead/follow, and timing in each dance in a stress free environment. Singles and couples are welcome to attend. Rotating partners is optional.

Sambarobics

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4 Thu., starts 9/7, 12 pm—1 pm Instructor: Andrew Weitzen SENIOR RECREATION CENTER 5701 NW 34th St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing.

Learn The Hustle

Learn this exciting club dance! This is a progressive class starting with the basics and building each week. If you like working on the same dance each week, this is the class for you. Singles and couples are welcome to attend. Rotating partners is optional.

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4 Thu., starts 9/7, 7:45 pm—9:15 pm Instructor: Eileen Parris RENA’S BALLROOM 720 NW 23rd Ave FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Limited to 20 people. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes (no tennis shoes).

Vertical Arabesque

Ballet for adults, with a twist. Traditional ballet class with a vertical bar. Class will cover stretching and conditioning exercises that improve grace, flexibility and upright carriage.

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4 Mon., starts 9/18, 7:15 pm—8:15 pm Instructor: Jacqueline Valdez ELEGANT BODY PILATES 4003 NW 18th Pl FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $20 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Women only.

Salsa Dancing Introduction

Introduction to Salsa dancing with an emphasis on having fun in a non-judgmental atmosphere. Course designed for new dancers. No experience needed. Couples friendly, you do not have to rotate. Singles friendly, no partner required.

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6 Tue., starts 9/5, 7 pm—7:55 pm Instructor: Andrew Weitzen B’NAI ISRAEL 3830 NW 16th Blvd FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facilities fee payable at 1st class. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. No class on 9/14 and 10/12; instructor will arrange make-up dates.

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6 Tue., starts 9/5, 6 pm—6:55 pm Instructor: Andrew Weitzen B’NAI ISRAEL 3830 NW 16 Blvd FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

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Health & Fitness

“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” ~ John F. Kennedy

Aerial Fitness

Aerial fitness combines the conditioning exercises used by circus acrobats for increased strength, flexibility, and focus. Students will train on a variety of aerial apparatuses (Silks, trapeze, lyra) while working on core strength, endurance, flexibility and balance. New students work at low-flying levels (2-3 feet off the ground) with high-density foam crash pads for safety.

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4 Thu., starts 9/14, 10 am—11 am Instructor: S-Connection Instructor S-CONNECTION AERIAL ARTS 250 SE 10th Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Wear comfortable close-fitting athletic wear, no jewelry, bring a water bottle.

Aqua Zumba

A water-based workout with the Zumba philosophy to the motivating sounds of Latin and world rhythms! Tone and challenge your muscles with no impact on the joints. A heated pool party you won’t want to miss!

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4 Sun., starts 9/10, 3 pm—4 pm Instructor: Jacqueline Valdez ATRIUM AT GAINESVILLE 2431 NW 41st St FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $20 facility fee paid at 1st class.

Belly Dance Fitness

Learn the art of belly dancing while getting a great workout. In this class you will learn simple technique, combinations, rhythms, shimmies, and drills.

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6 Wed., starts 9/13, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Pilates Workout To Pop

This Pilates class has added concentric and eccentric contracting and muscle movement to give a dynamic and fun workout. This class is great for people that need ‘low impact’.

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6 Thu., starts 9/7, 6:30 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: LifeBalance Fit Instructor LIFE BALANCE FITNESS, LLC 7230 W University Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. If you have any back issues, please check with your doctor and/or physical therapist first. Please bring a Pilates mat (can be purchased for $6-$35 at Wal-Mart or other store), and water.

Flexibility And Conditioning

Warm up , core, strength and flexibility exercises to lengthen and elongate the muscles. Improve muscle tone and flexibility. A combination of pilates, yoga, ballet, stretch and toning, as well as balance exercises incorporated.

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4 Tue., starts 9/5, 1 pm—2 pm Instructor: Jacqueline Valdez ELEGANT BODY PILATES 4003 NW 18th Pl FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $20 facility fee paid at 1st class.

Personal Fitness

One-On-One personal training! “I found this program to be amazingly enjoyable and astonishingly effective”. (J. L.) A certified personal trainer will motivate, encourage and challenge you with a variety of exercises and teach you proper form. The exercises will be based on your current fitness level and designed to help you meet your fitness goals! Fee covers four sessions.

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Personal Fitness For Seniors

Aerial Yoga

Aerial Yoga is a new type of Yoga that uses a fabric hammock as a tool to help students achieve the traditional Yoga positions. It is uniquely developed for beginners thru all levels of experience. Also combines elements of partner acro-yoga. No previous aerial, acrobatic, or Yoga experience is necessary.

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4 Wed., starts 9/6, 6:15 pm—7:15 pm Instructor: S-Connection Instructor S-CONNECTION AERIAL ARTS 250 SE 10th Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Wear comfortable close-fitting athletic wear, no jewelry, bring a water bottle.

Intro To Aerial Dance

Intro to Aerial Dance offers foundation core strengthening and flexibility to prepare individuals for more advanced aerial skills. Whether you are looking to further your dance training with aerial technique or would like to diversify your workout, this unique class provides fun, challenging and creative exercises to benefit athletes of all levels.

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4 Sat., starts 9/9, 11:15 am—12:15 pm Instructor: S-Connection Instructor S-CONNECTION AERIAL ARTS 250 SE 10th Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Please wear comfortable clothes, preferably tights or leotards. No experience necessary, but must be in good physical condition.

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness, designed to help people lead full and healthy lives. We will use posture, rhythm, breathing techniques, mantra, and meditation to deepen internal awareness, build energy and strength, release tension, improve flexibility, and calm the mind. Appropriate for ALL levels.

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4 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Kim Holton, PhD, RYT GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 1900 NW 13th St FEE $39 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please bring a yoga mat and a blanket or large towel.

One-On-One personal training for Senior Adults! If you want to feel younger and improve your physical health then this is for you! “I was surprised how some good-natured coaching that targeted my personal physical problems could so quickly add so much strength and flexibility.” (J. Ladd) A certified personal trainer will help you work on improving your balance and help you strengthen your body. Fee covers four sessions.

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Instructor: Fitness Pro Instructor FITNESS PRO PERSONAL TRAINING 3741 W University Ave NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. For new Fitness Pro Customers only. Instructor will call to schedule your personal fitness program. You must register between 9/2 & 10/13.

Stretch and Relax with Yoga

Focus on basic breathing techniques, warmups, Hatha yoga postures and techniques for relaxation, releasing stress, and revitalizing the mind, body, and spirit.

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5 Tue., starts 9/5, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Shenna Benarte SF NW Campus, V-16 (inside gym) FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please bring a yoga mat or a blanket, and a towel. Class meets in R-01 on 9/12.

Yoga For Relaxation

Understand yogic practices and concepts to build total health: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Learn yoga postures, breathing, values in life.

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6 Wed., starts 9/6, 9:30 am—11 am Instructor: Sandra Angelou ETHNIC DANCE EXPRESSIONS 4000 W Newberry Rd, Suite D FEE $49 NOTE: $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Bring yoga mat or blanket.

Yoga/Pilates Mix

Focus on flexibility, core strength, posture, coordination, coupled with meditation and relaxation.

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6 Thu., starts 9/7, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring yoga mat or towel.

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Health & Wellness Advanced Mindfulness-Based Meditation

Continue onward with the next series of meditation classes based on the MindfulnessBased-Stress-Reduction (MBSR) course from the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s “Center for Mindfulness”. For comfort, we will be seated on chairs.

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6 Thu., starts 9/14, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Beatriz Bruna de SF NW Campus, B-29 FEE $49 NOTE: Wear comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. Students may bring a mat. Prerequisite: prior practice of Mindfulness Meditation.

Mindfulness-Based Meditation

This series of meditation classes will be based on the first four classes of the MindfulnessBased-Stress-Reduction (MBSR) course from the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s “Center for Mindfulness”. For comfort, we will be seated on chairs.

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6 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Beatriz Bruna de GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle.

Bioenergetics: Vital Awareness

Explore in a gentle and experiential way the combination of awareness, grounding, breathing, energy, moving, and feeling that are integral to bioenergetic body-mind practices. Come away feeling more vital, centered, and resourceful. Bioenergetic skills can help you rediscover your authentic integrated self and work through bodymind barriers to living happily.

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4 Thu., starts 9/21, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Dr. Charles Martin GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 1900 NW 13th St FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a bath-sized towel, plus a blanket or exercise mat to lie on. Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely.

Chair Yoga

An assisted flow class designed for those with limited mobility who still want to enjoy all the benefits of yoga. A perfect way to relax yet strengthen without the stress of moving on and off of the floor. This class is also a great addition to a regular practice especially if you sit at a desk all day as you will learn postures you can use at work...and maybe get your entire office flowing!

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‘No Sweat’ Fitness Program

Learn how to start your day with an amazing, yet simple, set of ultimate daily “No Sweat” exercises. Learn to achieve harmony will all your working parts prior to entering into the challenges of you daily work routines. Based upon years of research in Chinese and Indian exercise programs. Experience deep peace and body/mind/balance.

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6 Wed., Fri., starts 9/6, 6:30 am—7:30 am Instructor: Oleeta Hardenbrook FLORIDA FENCING ACADEMY 1925 NW 2nd St FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. You will not need to shower before going to work and arrive there ready for what ever the day offers.

6 Thu., starts 9/7, 4 pm—5 pm Instructor: Kristen Crisp THE SANITY GURUS 1730 NW 53rd Ave FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Foundations of Tai Chi Chuan

Students will learn the building blocks of Yang Tai Chi breathing, stances, and drills. This class is for all levels, but focused towards beginners.

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6 Tue., starts 9/12, 6:30 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: K. A. Shakoor KARMA THEGSUM CHOLING 1216 NW 9th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Internal Energetic Kung-Fu

Kung Fu in general means the mastery of an art - an accomplishment or a difficult task. In this program one will learn to develop inner strength though Qi-Gong (life force) exercises. Also learn stress reduction exercises that enhance fluidity of movement, balance, and defensive methods.

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6 Wed., starts 9/13, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: K. A. Shakoor KARMA THEGSUM CHOLING 1216 NW 9th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Qi Gong For Everyone

Qigong (pronounced “chee gung”) is China’s rich tradition of self healing using movement, breath, and awareness. Learn short, enjoyable selections of standing, sitting, and walking Qigong that train relaxation, stretching, agility and inner strength. This class is well suited for beginners.

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6 Tue., starts 9/5, 6:30 pm—7:45 pm Instructor: Ernest Campbell WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: Wear loose and comfortable clothing.

Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong

Tai Chi Chuan is a beautiful moving meditation from ancient China. You will learn both long and short forms of Tai Chi and 5-7 different forms of Chi-Kung.

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6 Wed., starts 9/13, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: K. A. Shakoor KARMA THEGSUM CHOLING 1216 NW 9th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Mindfulness Qi Gong

Participants will learn simple mind calming techniques for stress and anxiety. Participants will learn Qi Gong (life force) exercise for inner strength.

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6 Tue., starts 9/12, 7:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: K. A. Shakoor KARMA THEGSUM CHOLING 1216 NW 9th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

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Sports Golf

Basic golf fundamentals from putting through driving are taught. Receive one hour of instruction and one hour of supervised practice or playing.

Golf III

This class is for the more advanced, or for those who have completed Golf I & II. *Note: $40 greens fee will be paid at 1st class.

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WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $40 greens fee paid at 1st class; covers use of course, balls and available clubs.

6 Wed., starts 9/13, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Scott Dombek 6 Sat., starts 9/16, 9 am—11 am Instructor: Robert Gates WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $30 greens fee paid at 1st class; covers use of course, balls and available clubs.

Beginner Adult Fencing

Warm‑up and stretching, footwork, bladework, beginning tactics and strategy. Improves your coordination, rhythm, timing and focus. An exercise program that equally develops mind and body.

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6 Mon., starts 9/11, 6 pm—7:30 pm

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6 Wed., starts 9/13, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Brian Harper FLORIDA FENCING ACADEMY 1925 NW 2nd St FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Taught by Florida Fencing Academy. All equipment provided.

6 Mon., starts 9/11, 9 am—11 am Instructor: Scott Dombek

Intro To Fly Fishing

This course will introduce you to the essentials of fly fishing in Florida waters. You will learn the basics of casting, rigging, knot tying and fly construction and learn a little about the history along the way. Course will include some lecture time in class and and practice casting outside.

SPO0054.1F3

3 Wed., starts 9/13, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Robert Craig SF NW Campus, FEE $34 NOTE: Bring $10 for materials to 1st class, any fly rods, reels and fly line if you have it.

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Gym Santa Fe

Get access to SF’s weight and exercise room, the gym floor, scheduled classes, and racquetball courts when not in use by classes or college activities. Call 395-5549 for info on available hours and activities or go to: www. sfcollege.edu/athletics/ and select Fitness Center. Children must be at least 16 years old to register. You are responsible for getting a Student ID Card.

PHY0030.1F2

10 weeks, starts 9/4 SF NW Campus, V/Gym FEE $50

PHY0031.1F1

6 weeks, starts 9/4 SF NW Campus, V/Gym FEE $30

PHY0031.2F1

4 weeks, starts 9/4 SF NW Campus, V/Gym FEE $20 NOTE: Gym is open Mon. thru Fri. at available hours. Gym will be closed for holidays (including Labor Day, 9/4) and weekends. * After you have registered with Community Ed, stop by Student Life in Building S, Rm.127 to pay the $5 for your gym card. Please be sure to bring your receipt. *

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Hobbies

Getting Started in Game Design

In this course, you’ll learn what’s involved in game design (video and tabletop) and start to design/ test your own game. This is a combination of practical design and an overview of how design plays its part in the game industry. Taught by a multi-times published game designer (now retired) college teacher and author of a book about game design. No programming or art skills are required or taught, nor do you need other experience. This is about specifying and testing how the game actually works.

GAM0001.1F2

4 Tue., starts 9/19, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Lewis Pulsipher SF NW Campus, P-164 FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Intro to Fantasy Role-Playing

A major pop cultural phenomenon of the past 40 years has been the development of fantasy role-playing games (FRPG), especially tabletop Dungeons and Dragons. RPG’s are uniquely co-operative games, with a “dungeon-master” controlling the opposition while the players are all part of a group of adventurers. We’ll talk about what RPG’s are, how they work, why they have appealed to multiple generations, features and problems, myths and realities. Then we’ll play an FRPG!

GAM0002.1F6

1 Sat., starts 9/16, 12:30 pm—4:30 pm Instructor: Lewis Pulsipher SF NW Campus, P-161 FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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Viking History: Tabletop Game

Viking history is nearly unique, full of interesting questions and incidents. Games can help us understand history. You will be able to play the Viking adventure board game “Sea Kings”, published by Worthington Publishing, designed by your instructor. The instructor also designed Britannia, a game of 1,000 years of British history including the Viking era, selected for the book “Hobby Games: the 100 Best”, but it’s too long and complex to play here.

GAM0003.1F6

1 Sat., starts 10/7, 1 pm—5 pm Instructor: Lewis Pulsipher SF NW Campus, P-161 FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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House & Garden Homeowner Horticulture

Living in Florida means an abundance of plants. Learn to select, maintain, propagate, irrigate and fertilize. Landscape plantings, the vegetable garden and problems of indoor plants will be discussed.

HOM0020.1W2

6 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Christopher Curry WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Introduction To Bonsai

Learn basic care of several types of trees and plants, and the different care that is required to properly grow in containers. Materials needed such as tools, pots, soil and other supplies that are specific to Bonsai are covered. We will also include history and styling of trees and cover a variety of techniques.

Learn to use acrylic paint in our step by step, 2-hour class. You and your little one will each create your own complimentary masterpiece! Best for children 7 and over. Course fee is for one adult and one child.

CRA0013.1B6

1 Sat., starts 9/9, 1 pm—3 pm

CRA0013.2B6

1 Sat., starts 10/7, 1 pm—3 pm Instructor: Corks + Colors Instructor CORKS AND COLORS 3415 W University Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please, no children under 7. Course fee is for one adult and one child and includes all supplies.

Languages

American Sign Language - Part II

A continuation of conversational American Sign Language I. Take your sign language study a step further with additional vocabulary and grammar. You must have taken ASL 1 or a comparable beginning level class.

LAN0002.1F1

5 Mon., starts 9/11, 5:30 pm—7 pm Instructor: Sheila Lucas SF NW Campus, P-161 FEE $54 NOTE: Bring text “A Basic Course in American Sign Language” by Tom Humphries, Carol Padden, Terrence J O’Rourke (approx. cost $30).

Japanese For The Beginner

Are you interested in speaking Japanese or are you planning to visit Japan? In this course, you will learn the basics of Japanese grammar and conversation skills. Subjects will cater to travelers, students and business professionals. Japanese culture will be also discussed.

LAN0073.1F2

6 Thu., starts 9/7, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Sayuri Anderson SF NW Campus, B-02 FEE $79 NOTE: Study materials discussed at 1st class. Bring text “Japanese for Busy People”: Romanized Version; with CD attached. Can be purchased at any bookseller for approx. $16.

Learn how to properly irrigate your garden, lawn, and landscape without breaking the bank (or your back!)

HOM0067.1W3

2 Wed., starts 9/27, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Christopher Curry WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

NAT0043.1F6

1 Sat., starts 9/23, 10 am—2 pm Instructor: Charlie Santostefano SF NW Campus, P-161 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please bring $20 for materials fee to class. Instructor will provide a tree in a container for each person and basic tools for use during the class. Bring your lunch.

Sustainable Gardens

Efforts to promote sustainable gardens and agriculture recognize that food production and a healthy environment are basic to our livelihoods.

HOM0027.1F4

4 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Claudia Upegui SF NW Campus, P-161 FEE $34 NOTE: Bring pen and paper for notes.

Kids and Family Fun

Mommy and Me Painting

Irrigation 101 For Homeowners

Understanding Executive Function

Children and teens with executive functioning issues struggle with the process of coordinating, prioritizing and managing information needed to perform tasks successfully. Learn different skills and strategies to help children with executive functioning issues.

PGR0056.1F3

1 Wed., starts 9/27, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Helen Kornblum, MA SF NW Campus, A-01 FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring pencil and paper to take notes.

Spanish For Beginners

Immerse yourself in a new romantic Improve your Spanish vocabulary, and pronunciation at a basic level. expressions to survive in Spanish countries.

language. grammar Memorize speaking

LAN0040.1F2

6 Tue., starts 9/5, 5:30 pm—7 pm Instructor: Julia Lunardo SF NW Campus, A-02 FEE $69 NOTE: “Spanish the Fast and Fun Way” by Gene Hammit will be used in class. Bringing a laptop or iPad to take notes on is recommended.

Spanish I - Part II

A continuation of Spanish for Beginners. You must have taken Spanish I or a comparable beginning level Spanish class. Text used is “Learn Spanish Fast and Fun Way” by Gene Hammitt.

LAN0042.1F3

6 Tue., starts 9/5, 7:15 pm—8:45 pm Instructor: Julia Lunardo SF NW Campus, A-02 FEE $69 NOTE: Bringing a laptop or iPad to take notes on is recommended.

Call 352-395-5193 for more information or to register.

Homeschool: Is It Right For My Family?

Join us for this informational workshop to learn more about homeschooling in Gainesville and the surrounding areas. Learn about the legal requirements, support for parents, types of homeschooling, how to get started, resources for families, and answers to frequently asked questions.

EDU0001.1F1

2 Mon., starts 10/2, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Crystal Ladwig SF NW Campus, B-29 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Online Options Discover Sign Language

Discover the fun of learning sign language and using your hands to communicate with Deaf people.

Instant Italian

Learn Italian from the comfort of your home in this fun and enjoyable online course.

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Outdoor Adventures

Refund Policy For Outdoor Adventure Trips —

Consider your reservation for a trip/class carefully! All classes require preregistration. If you cancel your reservation with less than 1 week notice of the trip date, a refund will NOT be issued. * Please call Adventure Outpost at least 2 days before trip to discuss boat preference (canoe, kayak or tandem kayak.)

For All Outdoor Adventures —

No sr. waivers. Maps or directions will be emailed 1-2 days before trip. Lessons are included and equipment is provided. If you have any questions about your hike or canoe/Kayak adventure, you may contact your trip leader for further information. Their numbers are listed below: Brack Barker/Wild Florida Adventures: (352) 215-4396 | Lars Andersen/Adventure Outpost: (386) 454-0611

Bennetts Creek and Port Inglis Island *

On this trip we’ll be paddling on open coastal waters among saw grass marshes and scattered small islands of Bennett’s Creek and near the town of Inglis, where the Withlacoochee River enters the Gulf of Mexico. Some of these are higher shell midden isles with very interesting plant life. We’ll be stopping at a couple of small, higher islands where we’ll stretch, snack and check out some of the island flora.

NAT0020.1B6

1 Sat., starts 9/16, 10 am—2:30 pm Instructor: Lars Andersen INGLIS ISLAND FEE $59

Bioluminescent Night Paddle

Enjoy the beauty of a Nature Coast sunset and the rising moon from your kayak. It is leisurely, covering a shorter distance than our other tours. After dark, watch for bioluminescence in the water. With every paddle stroke, you may stir up a swirling galaxy of tiny glowing creatures. Maybe you’ll even see dolphins in the moonlight. Participants must be comfortable paddling in the dark and supply their own flashlights. Tour will be in Cedar Key.

NAT0004.1B6

1 Thu., starts 8/31, 7:30 pm—9:30 pm Instructor: Brack Barker

NAT0004.1B7

1 Sun., starts 10/1, 6:30 pm—9 pm CEDAR KEY FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Directions will be sent by email, so please preregister. For more information please call Brack Barker at 352215-4396.

Bird Watching

Develop your skill in identifying the birds in our region. Whether you are a beginner or have some experience in bird watching, this field course will increase your knowledge of our feathered friends. This class is taught by a variety of our local birding experts. Please provide email address and phone number, instructor will contact you before 1st class.

NAT0003.1B2

4 Sat., starts 9/9, 7:45 am—9:45 am Instructor: Ala Audubon Instructor WINN DIXIE, E side of parking lot 34th St and SW 20th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring binoculars if you have them, cameras are welcome too. Register early, this class fills quickly. The last class will be a trip to Cedar Key which lasts until 1:30 pm. Please provide email address, instructor will contact you.

History Paddle: Atsena Otie Key

This island off the coast at Cedar Key has been a part of local history for over 150 years. We’ll explore this island and discuss the cultural and historical significance of its position throughout time. Both paddling and walking are involved.

NAT0006.1B6

1 Sat., starts 10/8, 2 pm—5 pm Instructor: Brack Barker CEDAR KEY FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Directions will be sent by email, so please preregister. For more information please call Brack Barker at 352215-4396.

Introduction To Kayaking

Through demonstration and on-water instruction, you will gain skills and confidence to allow you to further explore this sport. Class includes the basics of self and assisted rescue. This involves getting in the water while wearing a life jacket and working with a partner to learn.

SPO0014.1F3

1 Wed., Sat., starts 9/6, 7 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Brack Barker SF NW Campus, A-01 FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring paper and pen for notes. 1st class meets at SF on 9/6, 7pm8:30pm for basics and to get directions. Water portion meets on Sat., 9/9, 9am-1pm. For more info please call Brack Barker at 352215-4396. Equip. provided; taught by an ACA Certified kayak instructor.

Kayaking Shell Mound

New information has come to light regarding the early inhabitants of this coastal region. We’ll discuss the new discoveries including ceremonies and relationships with other sites while kayaking through the estuary of the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. Kayak lessons and equipment are included.

SPO0039.1B7

1 Sat., starts 9/16, 9 am—1 pm Instructor: Brack Barker CEDAR KEY FEE $60 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Directions will be sent by email, so please preregister. For more information please call Brack Barker at 352215-4396. Minimum age 16.

Historic Walking Tours

Historic Micanopy

We will visit the Micanopy Historical Society’s Museum, see the residential and commercial district, and view some significant objects from Micanopy’s past.

HOB0014.1D6

1 Sun., starts 10/8, 1 pm—4 pm MICANOPY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 607 NE Cholokka Blvd, Micanopy

Lore and History: The Silver River *

This will be a slow-poking exploration, geared toward inquisitive paddlers who are more interested in learning wild lore than covering distance. Unlike our other paddle tour/classes, this one will only cover a couple of miles in total, allowing time to drift, observe and learn about the river’s plants, animals, archaeology, history and other wild lore.

NAT0018.1B6

1 Sat., starts 10/7, 10 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Lars Andersen SILVER RIVER FEE $59

Springs in Peril: Itchetucknee *

On this 3.5 mile kayak/canoe tour of the upper Ichetucknee River, we’ll view beautiful limestone outcroppings, springs, and excellent scenery while learning some of its rich history. As part of our “Springs in Peril” series, emphasis will be on the problems facing this natural wonder and what we can do to help save it. Good for beginners; basic lessons included.

SPO0017.1B6

1 Sat., starts 9/23, 10 am—1 pm Instructor: Lars Andersen ICHETUCKNEE RIVER FEE $59 NOTE: Please bring $5 to pay for park permit.

Wild Lore of the Ocklawaha *

On this kayak/canoe trip we’ll explore the fascinating and often quirky lore of some plants and animals growing along this wild, scenic river. Today, the river is a world of egrets, herons, gators and other wildlings, but an Indian mound and a steamboat landing - both of which we’ll visit - attest to a colorful human history. Good for beginners, lessons included.

SPO0010.1B6

1 Sat., starts 9/30, 10 am—2 pm Instructor: Lars Andersen OCKLAWAHA RIVER FEE $59

The Duckpond Neighborhood

This tour will showcase the downtown entertainment district, such as the Hippodrome, Masonic Temple, Seagle Building, and the First Baptist Church.

HOB0009.1F6

1 Sun., starts 9/24, 1 pm—4 pm THOMAS CENTER, Fountain 302 NE 6th Ave

Instructor: Melanie Barr | FEE $24 per tour NOTE: No sr. waivers. Class size is limited, so register early. These are walking tours. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing; dress for weather.

Call 352-395-5193 for more information or to register.

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Money & Finance Home Buying Made Easy

Learn the key steps to successfully buying a home. You will learn what to do first and the meaning of those sometimes confusing real estate terms. Information on each step of the process will be presented to make you a smart shopper.

HOM0026.1F2

1 Tue., starts 9/19, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Terence Lehman SF NW Campus, P-162 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring pen and paper notes.

Savvy Social Security Planning

Learn the basics of social security, how it works and how to maximize your benefits. Understand where social security benefits fit into your retirement plan.

FIN0015.1F3

1 Tue., starts 9/19, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Karen O’Brien SF NW Campus, P-163 FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring pen and paper notes.

College For Kids

CS and Coding Concepts

Learn to design programs to teach your robot/ computer to do complex tasks. Explore what an algorithm is and design algorithms that work in various coding and technology platforms (eg. Scratch, Lego Mindstorms, LittleBits, Minecraft Redstone etc.). Learn how to simulate, measure, and recognize the complexity, efficiency, and clarity of an algorithm and understand how this applies to real world situations.

CFK4004.1C1

6 Tue., starts 9/19, 1 pm—3 pm Rm. DB-112

You will gain knowledge of important details in preparation, positioning and marketing. In this class, you will find out how buyers buy and what hidden issues can send them running. Professional staging tips will also be provided.

HOM0048.1F4

This Minecraft course will teach students about the craft, practice, history, and contemporary role of espionage. Learn about codes and cyphers, elements of disguise, and creating mission logs. Explore the making of spy gadgets, invisible inks and other tools of the trade. Learn to use a map and three dimensional coordinates to find and save a village from enemy spies, and solve mysteries in a top secret spy base. 6 Tue., starts 9/19, 9 am—11 am DB-112

Understanding Medicare

What are your options? The costs? What is the difference? There are several types of plans to choose from once you are eligible for Medicare Parts A and B. This class will bring clarity to those choices so you can better make an informed decision.

FIN0005.1F2

1 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Terence Lehman SF - NW Campus, P-162 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring pen and paper for notes.

1 Tue., starts 9/12, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Karen O’Brien SF NW Campus, P-163 FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring pen and paper for notes.

Online Options Where Does All My Money Go?

Learn how to get control of your money once and for all.

Introduction to Stock Options

Learn how stock options can protect your portfolio and help you profit in any market.

Working in pairs, students will learn to program the EV3 robot to perform precise maneuvers, use sensors to interact with its world and use additional servo motors to perform complex tasks. This introduction to Robotics class will focus on design and customization with an emphasis on programming fundamentals. *Mandatory for new students.

CFK4008.1C1

6 Wed., starts 9/20, 1:30 pm—3:30 pm Rm. DB-117

6 Wed., starts 9/20, 10 am—12 pm Rm. DB-117

ALL CLASSES: Instructor: Gwendolyn Thompson SF CIED, 530 W University Ave, Downtown FEE $89

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Health Career Opportunities

Explore Cardiovascular Tech., Dental Hygiene, Dental Assisting, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Nuclear Medicine Tech., Nursing, Respiratory Care, Radiography, and Surgical Tech. and now Physical Therapy Assistant. Learn how to enter the programs leading to these exciting careers. A building tour is included.

CAR0060.1F2

In this Battle Bots course, students will explore the science of shape, motion, energy, and properties of matter. Engineer solutions to physical challenges using motors, sensors, gears, wheels and many other tools and components. Learn to use the Design Thinking Process to create innovative and novel ideas. Solve real world mathematical problems and program autonomous robots that respond to their environment. Our Robotics Advance course will introduce more complex programming.

CFK4018.1C1

Available Online ANYTIME! Starting at $109

Career/Test Prep

Intro to EV3 Robotics

Lego Robotics Advanced Steam

Minecraft: Spy vs. Spy

CFK4014.1C1

Sell Your Home the Smart Way!

1 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Scott Fortner SF - NW Campus, W-Lobby FEE: FREE

SF Career and College Pathfinder

This workshop is for students and adults who are wondering about possible careers, majors, and colleges. Participants will be introduced to good online resources for researching possible career paths, choosing academic and career goals, and planning effectively to achieve those goals.

CAR0040.1F1

1 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: James Yawn SF - NW Campus, R-217 FEE: FREE

Virtual Job Hunting

Learn to maximize your effectiveness searching for employment opportunities online. Major search engines such as Employ Florida, Indeed, and Career Builders will be explored.

CAR0006.1A2

1 Tue., starts 9/5, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: JoAnn Wilkes SF ANDREWS CENTER 209 W Call St, Starke FEE FREE NOTE: Call 352-395-5047 to see if you qualify for the Focus on the Future program.

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Special Interests Bringing the Past To Life

Florida author Lee Gramling discusses and illustrates approaches he’s learned in the process of writing six historical novels. Students will be encouraged to share brief samples of their own writing for discussion.

HIS0016.1F4

6 Thu., starts 9/7, 7 pm—9 pm Instructor: Lee Gramling, Jr. SF NW Campus, B-26 FEE $34 NOTE: Bring pen and paper for taking notes.

How To Divorce Without War

This 1-hour workshop is designed to explain the overall divorce process. Three trained professionals will present the legal, personal, and financial issues of divorce, with a focus on the collaborative divorce process. The goal is to educate and inform the community regarding both traditional options and more amicable options for ending a marriage. For more info please go to www.gainesvillecollaborativedivorce.com

PGR0008.1F6

1 Tue., starts 9/19, 7:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Collab. Divorce Prof. of Gainesville WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $20 NOTE: This class is sponsored by the Gainesville Collaborative Divorce Team. Information booklet with community resources may be purchased for $3 from instructor at class.

Alachua/Bradford Ace That Interview

Learn tips and techniques for a successful interview. Includes sample questions and responses such as how to respond to the common inquiry, “Tell me about yourself.” Bring current resume and job title of desired interview.

CAR0007.1S2

1 Tue., starts 9/5, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: JoAnn Wilkes SF ANDREWS CENTER 209 W Call St, Starke FEE FREE NOTE: Call 352-395-5047 to see if you qualify for the Focus on the Future program.

Be A Successful Communicator

Learn how to get your message across while reducing conflict, as well as how to listen effectively.

CAR0001.1I4

1 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: JoAnn Wilkes HIGH SPRINGS 120 NW 2nd Ave, High Springs FEE FREE NOTE: Call 352-395-5047 to see if you qualify for the Focus on the Future program.

Exploring Watercolors

Have fun learning basic techniques needed to produce lively, colorful paintings including; washes and glazes, color theory, design, and construction process. Materials required discussed during 1st class.

ART0050.1I4

4 Thu., starts 9/7, 2 pm—4 pm Instructor: Beryl Bayer HIGH SPRINGS 120 NW 2nd Ave, High Springs FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Approximately $40 materials fee for new students.

Mind Mapping For Productivity

If ‘To Do’ lists don’t help you accomplish anything at work or home, it’s time to explore how mind mapping can increase your productivity. This technique helps with organization, memory deficits, and creative thinking, especially for teens and adults who have attention disorders.

PGR0011.1F2

1 Wed., starts 9/13, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: Helen Kornblum, MA SF NW Campus, A-01 FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring pen and paper for taking notes.

Moon Astrology

Discover how to awaken your own personal connection to the cycles of the moon. Just as the moon effects the tides of the oceans, it also effects the waters of our body and our emotions. Balance your emotions and empower your life by using the energy of the moon as it moves through its monthly phases and signs of the Zodiac.

PGR0082.1F3

3 Wed., starts 9/13, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Shenna Benarte SF NW Campus, A-28 FEE $29 NOTE: Bring $5 to 1st class for materials, paper, pen and 2 highlighter magic markers. Class meets every other week to view the different moon phases (9/13, 9/20, and 9/27).

Fun With Fermentation!

Join a cast of fermentation fanatics to learn about a broad range of topics related to the health advantages of beneficial bacteria and simple ways to create popular fermented foods such as saurkraut, pickles, yogurt, kombucha, beer, sourdough bread and more.

CUL0049.1H6

1 Sat., starts 9/16, 2 pm—4 pm Instructor: Sarah Cervone KOALA STOP 7040 SE Hwy 301, Hawthorne FEE $25 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $20 materials fee due at 1st class.

Growing Mushrooms

Learn all about growing mushrooms for food AND fun! Learn about a wide variety of culinary and medicinal mushrooms and and have a hands-on opportunity to innoculate substrate to grow edible mushrooms in the home garden.

GAR0001.1H6

1 Sat., starts 9/9, 2 pm—4 pm Instructor: Sarah Cervone KOALA STOP 7040 SE Hwy 301, Hawthorne FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $20 materials fee due at 1st class.

Guitar

Playing the guitar can be relaxing, enjoyable and easy to learn!

MUS0011.1F2

6 Mon., starts 9/11, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: Sarah Cervone SF DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring guitar and notepad.

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Paranormal Investigation

This course is an introduction to the world of paranormal investigation for the open-minded skeptic. Paranormal investigation is similar to the process of forensic investigation. Topics include hauntings and poltergeists, paranormal dreams, ESP, near-death experiences and possession.

PSY0010.1F3

5 Wed., starts 9/13, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Andrew Nichols, Ph.D. SF NW Campus, A-224 FEE $49

World War I at Sea

A century past, World War I was a shock to Victorian/Edwardian sensibilities, the beginnings of “total war”. There were less slaughter and more strategy at sea, where the Entente Powers tried to blockade the Central Powers while fighting off German submarines. Why did the Germans provoke the British into a warship-building race and push the USA into the war through unrestricted submarine warfare? How were the submarines defeated? (Sonar, radar, and aircraft carriers were weapons of the next war.)

HIS0029.1G4

4 Thu., starts 9/7, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Lewis Pulsipher GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Homeowner Horticulture

Learn to select, maintain, propagate, irrigate and fertilize. Landscape plantings, the vegetable garden and problems of indoor plants will be discussed.

HOM0020.1W3

6 Mon., starts 9/11, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Christopher Curry SF DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Landscape Design For Homeowner

Learn the elements of design, and discover your preferences. Produce a site plan, plant list, and schedule for your own landscape design.

HOM0039.1W3

6 Thu., starts 9/14, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Christopher Curry SF DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Photography: Get The Best Image

This course will start with understanding your camera and how to use F-stop, shutter speed, and lenses to get the best results. Understanding composition and lighting to create dynamic photos will be reviewed. A field trip for shooting nature in the High Springs area and critiques to help improve your shots will occur.

PHO0007.1P4

4 Thu., starts 9/14, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Ray Carson HIGH SPRINGS 120 NW 2nd Ave, High Springs FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Must have a SLR camera, either digital or film. Anyone with film camera is responsible for their film and processing for any assignments.

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REGISTRATION

REFUNDS

1. Online - Go to www.sfcollege.edu/cied/communityed/ and click “Take A Class”.

You may drop a class and receive a full refund by calling the Community Education office DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE COMMUNITY EDUCATION TERM for any class 2 weeks or longer in length. For shorter classes, you must drop the class at least 2 business days before the class begins to receive a refund. After that, you must fill out a petition for refund. See website for refund policies. You will receive a refund check in the mail in approximately 3—4 weeks. Your credit card account will NOT be credited for the amount.

2. Telephone - Call 352-395-5193. Pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. 3. Office - Hours are 8 a.m.—4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express, cash or check. Cash must be exact amount; no change is available. 4. Mail - Complete the registration form below and attach check payable to SF College. Mail to Community Education, 530 W. University Ave., Gainesville FL 32601.

CANCELLATION POLICY Community Education reserves the right to cancel classes based on low enrollment or other causes. The student will be notified in advance, and a full refund will be provided.

ONSITE REGISTRATION Call 352-395-5193 the day before 1st class to see if space is available. Fees must be paid at registration by check, money order, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express. Cash CAN NOT be accepted at on-site registration for Community Education.

GENERAL INFORMATION If you need special help because of physical disabilities, please contact Community Education at 352-395-5193.

SENIORS Community Education classes for seniors 60 years and older may have their registration fees waived for some classes if: 1) they register the first night of class - students who register before the class begins or register online will pay full price for the course; no refunds, no exceptions; 2) space is available in the class, and 3) the class has met the required minimum seats filled. The student must pay all lab fees or additional fees. Please check space availability by calling 352-395-5193 the day before 1st class. Some classes do not allow senior waivers.

Community Education reserves the right to add or delete without notice any courses offered in this catalog, or to alter the fees or costs. All credit card payments will receive an email receipt. Please make sure you provide your email address. This information will not be shared with any other organization or company. You do not have to be a student of Santa Fe College to take Community Education classes.

REGISTRATION FORM This worksheet is for your use. First Name:

Last Name:

Address:

MI:

City:

Home Phone Number: Email Address:

ST: Alt. Phone Number:

/

Birthdate:

(Confirmation will be sent via email)

Sex:

Zip:

/

Race: Male

1 White

3 American Indian/Alaskan Native

5 Hispanic

Female

2 African American

4 Asian/Pacific Islander

6 Other

Course No./Section No.

Course Title

Method of Payment (Complete When Mailing Registration) (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express No.) (Exp. Date)

Course Fee

Check #:

Total

Make check out to SF College. Mail to: 530 W University Ave, Gainesville FL 32601

(Your Signature)

Call 352-395-5193 for more information or to register.

Lab Fee

(Today’s Date)

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Sept 8 @ 7:30 p.m. SLA Movie Night at the FAH Sept 10 @ 7:30 p.m. Ethan Bortnick Live at SF College Sept 15 @ 7:30 p.m. Master Artist Series Sept 28 @ 7:30 p.m. SF Winds and Classics Sept 29 @ 7:30 p.m. Mitch McKay in Concert Oct 19/20/21 @ 7:30 p.m. “War of the Worlds” Oct 26 @ 7:30 p.m. Black Label Movement Dance Company Oct 27 @ 7:30 p.m. Young Dancers Workshop Showcase “A” Oct 28 @ 7:30 p.m. Young Dancers Workshop Showcase “B” Nov 8/9/10/11 @ 7:30 p.m. Florida Theatre Conference Nov 14 @ 7:30 p.m. SF Student Piano Recital Nov 16 @ 7:30 p.m. SF Jazz Ensemble An Evening of Jazz Nov 27 @ 7:30 p.m. Winds and the Holidays The Village Nov 30 @ 7:30 p.m. Songs of the Season

Box Office 352-395-4181 sfcollege.edu/finearts

Dec 2 @ 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. A Holiday at Santa Fe!

EXPLORE THE SF TEACHING ZOO SF KIKA SILVA PLA PLANETARIUM

9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Daily 352-395-5601 Call 352-395-5193 for moresfcollege.edu/zoo information or to register.

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Community Education at Santa Fe College

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION PERMIT NO. 444 U.S. POSTAGE PAID GAINESVILLE, FL

Center for Innovation and Economic Development (CIED) 530 W. University Ave. Gainesville, FL 32601

- DATED MATERIAL Don’t throw me out! Share this catalog with a friend - RECYCLE!

Check out some NEW classes for Fall A term! AKC Trick Dog Class eBay Marketing Eat, Drink, and Be Scary Essentials for Buying and Selling on Craigslist Japanese For The Beginner Marketing with Social Media Minecraft: Spy vs. Spy Native American Flute Pumpkin Carving September Salads and Spritzers The Metabolic Horse The Shakespeare Code ...and much more!

Commitment to Equal Access and Equal Opportunity Santa Fe College (SF) is committed to maintaining a work and educational environment that embraces diversity and where no member of the college community is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subject to discrimination in any college program or activity based on: their race, ethnicity, national origin, color, religion, age, disability, sex, pregnancy status, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, political opinions or affiliations, or veteran status. This commitment applies to employees, volunteers, students, and, to the extent possible, to third parties, applicants for admission, applicants for employment, and the general public. Santa Fe College's Rule 2.8 Prohibition Against Discrimination and Harassment and Rule 2.8P Prohibition Against Discrimination and Harassment (Procedure) define its policy prohibiting discrimination and harassment and its grievance procedures for such complaints. Inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies or concerns about discrimination or harassment, including concerns about sexual harassment or sexual violence under Title IX, should be directed to Jasmine Gibbs, Equity Officer and Title IX Coordinator, 3000 NW 83rd Street, R-Annex, Room 113, Gainesville, Florida 32606, 352-395-5950, equity.officer@sfcollege.edu.

Call 352-395-5193 for more information or to register.

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