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LIFELONG LEARNING Beginning STEM page 19 Discovery! Prairie School Architecture page 25

CLC CLASSES Personal Enrichment Classes Noncredit Classes for All Ages

iPad Level II page 3 Nature Hikes page 12 Tenmarks: Math Practice and Computer Test Prep page 19

Adults Youth Grades 1 – 12

50+ Discovery! Courses, Trips and Tours

2013 Spring Save this schedule through May 2013

College of Lake County www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit


Enrich Your Life through Lifelong Learning

Enroll in a Personal Enrichment class at the College of Lake County to pursue your interests or hobbies or to learn something new and fascinating. A SAMPLER OF PURSUITS: Computers • iPad Level II ..........................................page 3 • Advanced Adobe Photoshop Elements............................page 27 • Creating Your Own Website ................page 27

Going Green • Beekeeping 101 ....................................page 1 • Reduce. Reuse. Upcycle ........................page 6 • Soil & Composting Basics ......................page 6

Discovery! For Adult Learners with a Young Attitude • Art & Architecture ..............................page 25 • Trips & Tours ......................................page 24 • Current Events ....................................page 27

Xplore! Academic Classes for Grades 1-12 • Beginning STEM (Grades 3-5) ............page 19 • Introduction to Physics (Gr. 7-8) ..........Page 19 • Improve Your ACT Score (Gr. 6-12) ....page 20

The Center for Personal Enrichment offers classes for everyone’s interests. www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit (847) 543-2022

Watch your mailbox in early spring for Camp XPLORE! details for Summer 2013.


Table of Contents Dear Lake County Resident,

PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS

CLC’s Personal Enrichment programs are available for learners of all ages. Our programs are designed to develop and enhance personal growth. One of the unique aspects of CLC continuing education classes is that our participants often leave enriched by new friendships too! Someone who has recently enriched my life and yours is someone you may have never even met; her name is Patricia Schaller. Patricia was the former CLC Program Coordinator for Personal Enrichment. She created the CLC Xplore! programs for elementary through high school students.Patricia developed the program as a way to introduce young students to college studies in a fun and engaging format. These courses have flourished and today CLC continues to offer Xplore! programs as part of Personal Enrichment. Check out some of these Xplore! class offerings: • Engineer Your Career with STEM • TenMarks Math Practice & Test Prep • Improve Your ACT Score Thank you, Patricia, for touching my life and the lives of countless Lake County students! These classes are a part of your legacy. Be sure to tell your neighbors and friends about the Xplore! program at CLC. Look for more information about our Xplore! summer camps soon.

Dave Matts Manager, Continuing Education

The College of Lake County is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Institution in all aspects of education and employment. The information contained within is accurate as of December 2012, but is subject to change.

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Fulfilling our mission to provide noncredit leisure and academic enrichment to learners of all ages.

LIFE-LONG LEARNING

CLC CLASSES

Beginning STEM Discovery! Prairie School Architecture

Personal Enrichmen t Classes

iPad Level II

Noncredit Classes for All Ages

Nature Hikes Tenmarks: Math Practice and Computer Test Prep

Youth

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CLC CLASSES

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Discovery! Courses, Trips and Tours

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XPLORE! and Fast-Paced — Youth, Teen and Children’s Programs (847) 543-2759 / www.clcillinois.edu/youth Discovery! / Quest (847) 543-6507 / www.clcillinois.edu/seniors

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Workforc Workforcee and and Professio Professional nal Developm Development ent Institute Institute Professional training, Professiona consulting and cutting-edg consulting and cutting-edge courses for businesses, professionalsl training, professionals and e courses for businesses, and the the community community

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Interested in Continuing Professional Development courses? Would you like to receive either the WPDI or the CPE schedule by mail? Call (847) 543-2022 to join our mailing list. CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu CLC Board of Trustees: Richard A. Anderson, Chairman Jeanne T. Goshgarian William M. Griffin, Ed.D., Vice Chairman Amanda D. Howland, Secretary John W. Lumber Barbara D. Oilschlager Lynda C. Paul Theresa Westberg, Student Trustee

XPLORE! PROGRAMS Math ......................................................19 Science ....................................................19 STEM ......................................................19 Computer Gaming Online ......................20 Recreation ..............................................20 Test Prep..................................................20 Ed2go Online Courses ............................21

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Personal Enrichment Information (847) 543-2022 / www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit

Avocation/Hobbies ..................................1 Creative Arts ..............................................1 Computer Skills ........................................2 Computer Technology ..............................3 Computers – Gaming Online ....................3 Cooking ....................................................4 Dance........................................................4 Financial Management ..............................5 Gardening ................................................5 Going Green..............................................6 Health and Wellness Online ......................6 Homeschool Resources Online ..................7 Languages ................................................7 Math Online ..............................................8 Mind and Body..........................................8 Music ........................................................9 Personal Interest ....................................10 Photography ..........................................10 Recreation and Outdoors ........................11 Science Online ........................................12 Sports and Fitness....................................12 Trips and Tours ........................................14 Test Prep Online ......................................14 Writing Online ........................................14 Ed2Go Online Courses ............................15

CLC President: Girard W. Weber, Ph.D.

DISCOVERY! PROGRAMS Trips and Tours ........................................24 Art and Architecture ................................25 Computer Classes ....................................26 Current Events ........................................27 Film ........................................................29 History ....................................................29 Literature ................................................31 Music Appreciation..................................32 Defensive Driving Classes ........................33

HOW TO APPLY, REGISTER AND PAY Registration Information ..........................16 Payment Information ..............................16 Admission and Registration Forms ........................17/22/34 Maps..................................................35/36

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The Center for Personal Enrichment LEISURE, RECREATION, AND CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES FOR ADULTS.

Topics include: Creative Arts Computer Skills Cooking Dance Language Music Photography Recreation and Outdoors Sports and Fitness

Personal Enrichment classes are offered at:

Grayslake 19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake, IL

Southlake 1120 S. Milwaukee Ave., Vernon Hills, IL

Complete course descriptions, dates, times and costs are on the following pages, or visit www.clcillinois.edu/noncredit.

A variety of Online classes are also available.


Personal Enrichment

Programs for Adults

just too intimidating? Experience new frontiers as we experiment with different drawing media on different types of paper. This is a place to let your creativity expand as you learn several new skills involving different drawing media, (colored pencil, oil pastels, charcoal, and ink) NOT just boring white paper! There are all kinds of yummy drawing materials out there, and we are out to investigate some of them! Please bring two #2 pencils and an eraser (don’t worry, it gets better than that), a box of Crayola brand colored pencils, an extra fine line black Sharpie and $10 to the first class. All other materials will be provided by the instructor. 7668 CCRF 35-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, February 6 to March 6 7-9 p.m. $85 Room E125 Gylleck

Avocations and Hobbies BEEKEEPING 101 The price of honey is on the rise. The demand to use bees for pollination is up. Keep bees as a sideline job, and it can eventually be a nice source of income. Maintain hives to assist the deteriorating ecosystem and help your garden or orchard. In this class the aspiring beekeeper will learn about bee biology, modern beekeeping techniques, hive construction and means of acquiring bees. If you’ve never kept bees, this class is where to start. 7750 CAVO 3-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturday, February 16 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. $65 Room E125 Krengel

BEEKEEPING FIELD STUDY Here’s your opportunity to apply what you learned in Beekeeping 101. Learn practical hands-on instruction for installing, manipulating and inspecting colonies of bees. The class meets at Salute! Farm in Woodstock, so appropriate bee equipment is necessary. Spring is the time to start a bee colony, and this workshop walks you through how to establish one correctly. Directions to the bee yard are provided prior to the first class. 7749 CAVO 1-001 Salute! Farm Meets Saturdays, April 20-27 12-2 p.m. $55 Beeyard Krengel

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Feeling the need to spend more time outdoors? Connect with mother nature by joining a nature hike or a beekeeping field study! Check out page 12 or call (847) 543-2022 for more information.

Avocation/Hobby courses online • Growing Plants for Fun and Profit • Learn to Buy and Sell on eBay • Planning Successful Events • Start Your Own Edible Garden • Start Your Own Gift Basket Business Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Creative Arts DRAWING WITH DIFFERENT MEDIA: EXPLORING NEW FRONTIERS IN DRAWING Do you like to draw, but find yourself really bored with the same old pencil and paper? Or do you think you would like to draw, but a blank white piece of paper is

WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP Try your artistic hand at something new and different – watercolors! Successful painting begins with discerning observation, and this class gives you the opportunity to hone your powers of perception. Learn specific techniques and practice exercises that will sharpen your skills and diminish your fears. Gain confidence in working with watercolors and learn how to manipulate water with certain brushes and techniques that can result in effective watercolor painting. All levels of experience welcome. Supply costs are estimated at $60. Call (847) 543-2022 to obtain a supply list. 7960 CCRF 8-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, January 26 to February 16 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $99 Room E124 Brown

STILL LIFE IN OILS Join professional artist Mio Brown for basic lessons in the elements of still life composition and how items should be arranged to create movement, balance and a meaningful relationship between shapes. Explore mixing a limited palette, mixing color combinations and glazing as well as complementary colors and opposites on the color wheel. Supplies are estimated at $200 and can be used in subsequent classes. Call (847) 543-2022 for a supply list and recommended supply source. 7962 CCRF 43-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, February 4 to March 18 7-9 p.m. $115 Room E124 Brown

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Personal Enrichment PAINTING THE HUMAN FIGURE IN OILS Join professional artist Mio Brown for basic lessons in drawing and understanding the human figure. Mio will share lessons on mixing flesh tones and techniques for painting skin tones in oils. You can choose between a full figure or a portrait and finish with a quick study from a reference photo. You’ll come away with a basic understanding of anatomy. If you choose an abstract figure you will continue to create a slightly abstract figure and learn how to paint with flesh tones. Supplies are estimated at $200 and can be used in subsequent classes. Call (847) 543-2022 for a supply list and recommended supply source. Prerequisite: Creating Your First Oil Painting. 7961 CCRF 17-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, February 6 to March 20 7-9 p.m. $115 Room E124 Brown

CALLIGRAPHY The art of beautiful writing, calligraphy is an expression of your personality. It’s a technique that gives the ultimate personal touch to greeting cards, invitations, bookmarks, gifts and more. Discover your potential for creative letter design through italic lettering. Learn basic techniques and tool selection. 7934 CCRF 26-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, February 12 to March 19 6-8 p.m. $99 Room TBA Hubbard

BEGINNING CERAMICS SPRING FLING Enjoy completing several creative projects such as yard decor, vases and Mother’s Day gifts in this introduction to the decorative art of ceramics. Learn to pour, clean and prepare greenware pieces for firing. Paint the fired bisque piece and experiment with techniques such as staining, glazing, dry brushing, underglazing and antiquing. A $20 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Note: This is not a pottery or clay-throwing class. 7642 CCRF 10-001 Meets Mondays, April 1-22 6:30-9 p.m. $99 Room E124

Programs for Adults

Creative Arts courses online • Arts and Crafts for Fun and Profit • Creating Gift Baskets for Fun and Profit • Drawing for the Absolute Beginner • Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking • Introduction to Interior Design Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER - LEVEL 2 This course is for those who have completed Unconditionally, Categorically, Totally Beginning Computer-Level 1 and choose to continue the learning. Topics covered will be email (including attachments), advanced Internet skills, MS Word editing, formatting and adding graphics to documents. (5 sessions) 7878 CDIS 40-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, April 12 to May 10 9-11 a.m. $95 Room TBA Freeman 7936 CDIS 40-021 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, April 13 to May 11 9-11 a.m. $95 Room V102 Santini

Computer Skills UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER - LEVEL 1 This course is designed for the individual who is afraid of the computer and has never taken a computer class. Class will cover terminology, turning the computer on and off, mouse control, file management, beginning word processing and basic Internet searching using personal computers and a Windows operating system. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions) 7876 CDIS 39-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, February 22 to March 22 9-11 a.m. $95 Room T338 Freeman 7877 CDIS 39-021 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, February 23 to March 23 9-11 a.m. $95 Room V102 Santini

Grayslake Campus

Additional computer classes including Beginning Microsoft Word 2007, Personal Excel, Advanced Adobe Photoshop Elements and Creating Your Own Website are offered through the Discovery! Program. See page 26 for complete class listings or call (847) 543-2022.

Computer Skills courses online • Beginning Keyboarding with FasType • Internet Classes • Microsoft Office Classes Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Lucassen

Looking for a unique gift idea for the person who has everything? How about a Personal Enrichment tour? Choose from the It’s Easy Being Green Mystery Tour, Triple D’Tour: Exploring Chicago’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives or a Discovery theatre, opera or architecture tour. See pages 24 or call (847) 543-2022 for more great gift ideas. 2

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Personal Enrichment Computer Technology and Electronic Media

Out of ideas for date night or girls’ night out? Spend an evening becoming an iPad expert or learning to make Dim Sum. Become a watercolorist. Start your first oil painting. The Rembrandt inside you is calling. Call (847) 543-2022 for more creative class ideas.

INTRODUCTION TO THE iPAD In this interactive class taught by a CLC technology expert, learn how to get the most out of the latest Apple iPad technology. Designed for new users, or those seriously considering purchasing an iPad, this course will cover the essentials such as options, gestures, settings and the differences between an iPad and a computer. There will also be an introduction to the Apple installed Apps and instruction about how to navigate your device. iPad, iPad2, and iPad3 owners are all welcome and should bring their devices with them to class. 7778 CCMP 41-001 Meets Monday, January 28 6-8:30 p.m. $59 Room R024

Southlake Campus

7779 CCMP 41-002 Meets Tuesday, February 19 6-8:30 p.m. $59 Room T323

Grayslake Campus

8184 CCMP 92-801 Online Meets Mondays-Sundays, February 18 to April 7 24/7 $179 Online All About Learning

VIDEO GAME MAKER 2: INVADER! Learn how to design and modify your own exciting arcade-style games. Control characters and outcomes, then increase the difficulty level and add more features. Topics covered include graphic design and animation, sprites, objects, room creation, instances, bonus levels and more. You’ll create games including soccer, a Breakout-style game, and Alien Invader (plus a secret game at the end of the class!) This class is appropriate for ages 10+ . Students ages 10-17 can register for CEXP 92-802 by visiting www.clcillinois.edu/youth. Call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu to confirm the contact information to which we can send the voucher number you’ll need to access the class.

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iPAD LEVEL II In this follow-up to Introduction to the iPad, continue to interact and learn more about Apple installed Apps, Safari, Notes, Mail, Camera, Photo Album, Calendar and Contacts. Gain an understanding of the concept of the Cloud and learn advanced iPad tips and tricks. Discover a variety of valuable Apps for education, business and personal use. iPad, iPad2, and iPad3 owners are all welcome and should bring their devices with them to class. 7933 CCMP 42-001 Meets Monday, March 4 6-8:30 p.m. $59 Room R024

www.clcillinois.edu/schedule.asp. Call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu to confirm the contact information to which we can send the voucher number you’ll need to access the class. Students ages 10-17 can register for CEXP 92-801 by visiting www.clcillinois.edu/youth.

Southlake Campus

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Computer Technology and Electronic Media courses online • Mac, iPhone, and iPad Programming • Movie Making Classes • Photoshop Classes Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

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Computer Skills – Computer Gaming Online VIDEO GAME MAKER 101 Learn how to design and modify your own exciting arcade style video games. You’ll learn how to control characters, objects and outcomes in your game, then increase the difficulty level and add more features. Graphics design and graphics animation topics will also be covered. This class is appropriate for ages 10 and older. The class is self-paced and is available online 24/7 for seven weeks. Requirements: Internet connection faster than dial-up. Check the minimum system requirements at the following link: http://www.michiganlearning.com/custom.php?datas et=systemrequirements.php. Adults should register at

8185 CCMP 92-802 Online Meets Mondays-Sundays, March 18 to May 5 24/7 $179 Online All About Learning

Computers-Multimedia courses online • Introduction to Screenwriting • Photoshop Classes • Movie Making Classes • Web Design Classes Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

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Personal Enrichment Cooking

Dance

DIM SUM Dim Sum means “heart’s delight” in Cantonese. It is often served for breakfast or lunch and includes small dishes of different foods. Learn step-by-step how to make tasty spring rolls, steamed shaomai (dumplings) and sesame sticky rice balls. Quality tea will round out the menu. The cost of ingredients, delicious samples and printed take-home recipes are included in the per person class fee. Great for date night or girls’ night out! 7771 COOK 3-001 Meets Friday, February 22 7-9 p.m. $45 Room E124

Programs for Adults

Grayslake Campus

BALLROOM DANCING Ballroom dancing is not just for your first dance! Feel confident whether on a cruise or out on the town. Just like the TV show “Dancing with the Stars,” learning classic dance moves will help you have fun and impress the competition. Instruction includes fox trot, waltz, cha cha and tango. A partner is recommended but singles are welcome and will be put in pairs. Tuition is charged per individual. 7827 CDAN 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, March 1 to May 10 6:30-9 p.m. $79 Room TBA Sealander

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CHINESE PANCAKE & MOO SHU Come join in the fun! Chef Ying Stoller will share the secrets of Moo Shu. Learn step-by-step how to prepare a perfect Chinese pancake from scratch and how to stuff it with mouthwatering stir-fry filling. Learn everything you need to to know about creating your own great Moo Shu. Menu also includes tomato egg drop soup. The cost of ingredients, delicious samples and printed recipes are included in the per person class fee.

ADVANCED CAPOEIRA This is a continuation of the introductory course. Capoeira is an African-Brazilian movement that combines dance, martial arts, music, acrobatics and selfdefense. This course is designed for students continuing beyond the fundamentals of Capoeira and further explores the movement style and social and cultural backgrounds on the art of Capoeira. Prerequisite: Must have previously taken this class and received an A. For college credit, enroll in DNC 126-002.

7772 COOK 20-001 Meets Friday, April 26 7-9 p.m. $45 Room E124

7901 CDAN 4-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, January 25 to May 17 11 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. $129 Room P106 Hill

Grayslake Campus

Stoller

Cooking courses online • Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals • Secrets of the Caterer • Start Your Own Edible Garden Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Check out Ballroom Dancing and start out your Friday night with the right foot forward! See pages 4-5 for all dance class listings or call (847) 543-2022 for more information.

INTERMEDIATE JAZZ TECHNIQUE Intermediate Jazz Technique is designed for students continuing beyond the fundamentals of jazz technique to further develop their dance skills. The course is for intermediate dancers, teachers of theatre movement, returning dancers, athletes or persons interested in dance as a fine art. Students will develop their kinesthetic literacy at the places and experiences of their technical backgrounds. Various great choreographers will be explored and imitated. Prerequisite: Must have previously taken this class and received an A. For college credit, enroll in DNC 223-001. 7937 CDAN 9-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, January 28 to May 13 7-9:55 p.m. $129 Room P106 Lancaster

INTERMEDIATE BALLET TECHNIQUE Add to your style and grace with stretch and strength exercises designed for dancers. Become more limber so you can perform dance moves to the best of your increasing ability. This course is designed for students continuing beyond the fundamentals of ballet and wishing to develop ballet technique. Intermediate Ballet will particularly stress strength, flexibility, music and endurance, as such barre exercises will progress to releve, and turns and batterie work will be doubled. Prerequisite: Must have previously taken this class and received an A. For college credit, enroll in DNC 221-001 or -002. 7902 CDAN 7-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 22 to May 16 9:30-10:45 a.m. $129 Room P106 Crews

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7903 CDAN 7-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, January 26 to May 11 2-4:45 p.m. $129 Room P106 Potter

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Personal Enrichment INTERMEDIATE MODERN DANCE TECHNIQUE This course is designed for students continuing beyond the fundamentals of modern dance and wishing to develop his or her modern dance technique. Intermediate Modern Dance Technique is for beginning dancers, teachers of theater movement, athletes or persons interested in dance as a fine art. Great choreographers will be explored and imitated through various class sessions. Prerequisite: Must have previously taken this class and received an A. For college credit, enroll in DNC 222-001 or -002. 7828 CDAN 12-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 22 to May 16 9:30-10:45 a.m. $129 Room P103 Alpert 7829 CDAN 12-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, January 26 to May 11 10:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. $129 Room P106 Potter

INTERMEDIATE YOGA Designed for student with basic yoga knowledge. Prerequisite: Must have previously taken this class and received an A. For college credit, enroll in DNC 224-001. 7904 CDAN 15-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays and Wednesdays January 23 toMay 15 8:30-9:45 a.m. $129 Room P106 Crews

Family, Home and Parenting courses online • Assisting Aging Parents • Guiding Kids on the Internet • Managing Life as a Single Parent • Navigating Divorce • Understanding Adolescents Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

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Financial Management RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY Living a rich life takes more than money. Because of tax law changes and the uncertain future of Social Security, a sound financial plan has never been more vital. Learn five strategies to manage investment risks, 11 ways to save money on taxes, questions to ask before buying insurance, how to handle your company retirement plan and how to calculate savings needed to retire. Couples may attend for a single registration fee. A $25 fee for the 235-page textbook is payable to instructor at the first class. 7906 CFIN 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, February 21 to March 7 7-9:15 p.m. $65 Room TBA Babjak

REJUVENATE YOUR RETIREMENT You worked hard to manage funds for a comfortable retirement. But current economic conditions require a second look at them. This comprehensive course focuses on issues and financial concepts important to retirees. In straight forward language it explains financial strategies such as tax-efficient income planning, lifestyle preservation, inflation protection and providing a legacy. However, money is only one aspect of post-retirement planning. The course introduces fulfilling activities such as travel, hobbies, sports, crafts, business ventures and lifelong learning to help make the most of your retirement years. A $25 fee for the 143-page illustrated workbook is payable to the instructor the first night of class. Couples may attend together for a single registration fee. 7907 CFIN 6-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, January 31 to February 7 9:30-11:45 a.m. $55 Room E124 & E125 Babjak 7908 CFIN 6-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, January 29 to February 5 1-3:15 p.m. $55 Room E124 & E125 Babjak

Interested in securing your nest egg? Register for Retirement Planning Today. Call (847) 543-2022 for information about more financial management classes.

Financial Management courses online • Personal Financial Management Classes • Protect Your Money, Credit and Identity • Real Estate Investing Class • Stock Market Investing Classes Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Gardening/Landscaping GARDEN DESIGN 101 Good landscape design can not only help create a picturesque landscape, but a resilient landscape as well. Learn the basics of how to conduct a site analysis, draw a base map, and develop a master plan that can be phased in over time to produce beautiful and costefficient results. 8178 CGAR 9-001 Meets Wednesday, March 20 7-9 p.m. $25 Room H105

Grayslake Campus

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Our gardening courses are an excellent choice for those seeking to have their yards and landscapes certified through Conserve Lake County's Conservation@Home program. For a free property consultation and more information, visit www.ConserveLakeCounty.org.

RAIN GARDEN AND PRAIRIE PLANTING Homeowners are catching on to the trends of creating environmentally sound plantings and using more native plants. Low, poorly drained locations can be used for rain gardens to filter rainwater and help store storm water runoff. Dry, sunny areas can incorporate prairie species along with hardy perennials to provide year-round color and texture. 8177 CGAR 4-001 Meets Wednesday, April 3 7-9 p.m. $25 Room H105

Grayslake Campus

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Programs for Adults Love Pinterest? Going green? Intrigued by upcycling? Make a date with some friends and join us for “Reduce. Reuse. Upcycle.” as well as “Simplify and Save.” See our other gardening and sustainability classes on page 5 or call (847) 543-2022 for more information.

SOIL & COMPOSTING BASICS Soil is the most critical factor in developing a successful garden, but often we don’t pay enough attention to enriching and nurturing the soil before planting. This class will show that composting is not complicated and well worth the investment to create nature’s best fertilizer – for free! 8179 CGAR 10-001 Meets Wednesday, April 17 7-9 p.m. $25 Room H105

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MINIMAL MAINTENANCE METHODS This course will cover a range of tips and techniques for caring for your plants and soil, including minimizing water and chemical inputs. The basics of plant selection, pruning and mulching will be addressed. 8181 CGAR 14-001 Meets Wednesday, April 24 7-9 p.m. $25 Room H105

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7927 CFIN 1-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, April 20-27 9:30-11:30 a.m. $49 Room E124 Styx

• Growing Plants for Fun and Profit • Start Your Own Edible Garden

Grayslake Campus

BACKYARD HABITATS This class will address ways to attract songbirds, butterflies and beneficial pollinators to your garden by incorporating food sources and providing water and nesting sites. 8180 CGAR 13-001 Meets Wednesday, April 10 7-9 p.m. $25 Room H105

Gardening courses online

SIMPLIFY AND SAVE Learn to make simple changes in your life that will not only reduce stress but save you time, money and energy! An expert in the sustainability field will discuss correct water and waste conservation and disposal, along with home energy saving tips. We will also be discussing options to lower bills and get free stuff. From financial management to turning off the water, a few changes can go a long way for both you and your home. Call (847) 543-2022 for more information.

Grayslake Campus

Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Going Green REDUCE. REUSE. UPCYCLE. The old motto has gotten a facelift and so should your old chairs. Instead of tossing your trash, transform it into treasure! From Pinterest to HGTV, “Do-ItYourself ” has never been easier. Learn basic skills needed to become an expert upcycler and come away with a (sort of) brand-new household fixture. Recycling is good but upcycling is even better; come see why! Information about supplies will be provided before the first day of class. Call (847) 543-2022 for more information. 7926 CFIN 1-001 Meets Saturdays, March 2-9 9:30-11:30 a.m. $49 Room E124

Health and Wellness courses online • Handling Medical Emergencies • Introduction to Natural Health and Healing • Lose Weight and Keep it Off • Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals • Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Grayslake Campus

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Personal Enrichment Home Maintenance and Design courses online • Introduction to Interior Design Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Homeschool Resource courses online • Classes for Creating Learning Materials • Grammar Refresher • Homeschool with Success • Resources for Teaching Math, Reading, Science and Writing • Summer School Credit Recovery Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH I Introduces the Spanish language and culture through simple conversational patterns. Geared toward immediate spoken use of basic Spanish vocabulary used in everyday situations. Call (847) 543-2022 if you are unsure about which class level is best for you. A textbook is required. 7951 CLNG 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, January 22 to February 26 7-9:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Nelson 7957 CLNG 2-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, April 2 to May 7 6:30-9 p.m. $115 Room TBA Paredes 7958 CLNG 2-003 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, April 3 to May 1 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $115 Room E125 Mombille 7944 CLNG 2-021 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays, January 24 to February 28 7-9:30 p.m. $115 Room R024 Nelson 7959 CLNG 2-022 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, March 11 to April 15 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $115 Room R024 Mombille

Languages ABSOLUTELY BEGINNING SPANISH I If high school Spanish classes are only a dim memory or you have absolutely no experience learning Spanish, this class is for you. Begin to learn the Spanish language and culture through simple conversational patterns and the application of basic Spanish vocabulary. Start conversing immediately and build your vocabulary. Students should consult with the teacher about subsequent classes. A textbook is required. 7954 CLNG 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, February 20 to March 20 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $115 Room E125 Mombille 7955 CLNG 1-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, February 12 to March 19 6:30-9 p.m. $115 Room TBA Paredes 7956 CLNG 1-021 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, February 4 to March 4 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $115 Room R024 Mombille WWW.CLCILLINOIS.EDU/NONCREDIT

CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH II Continuation of Conversational Spanish I, with emphasis on using phrases and grammatical structure to communicate fluently. Call (847) 543-2022 if you are unsure about which class level is best for you. A textbook is required. 7952 CLNG 3-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, March 5 to April 16 7-9:30 p.m. $115 Room T326 Nelson 7945 CLNG 3-021 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays, March 7 to April 18 7-9:30 p.m. $115 Room R024 Nelson

We want to hear from you! What classes do you want us to offer? We value your input. Call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu and tell us what you want.

CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH III Continuation of Conversational Spanish II. Emphasis is on verb usage to improve oral fluency. A textbook is required. 7953 CLNG 4-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, April 1 to May 6 7-9:30 p.m. $115 Room E125 Nelson 7946 CLNG 4-021 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, April 3 to May 8 7-9:30 p.m. $115 Room R024 Nelson

CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH I The beauty of the French language will come alive for you. This course will cover basic grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and conversation. The course is designed for those who have never studied French or who have had limited exposure to the language. A textbook is required. 7941 CLNG 20-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, February 13 to March 20 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH II A continuation of Conversational French I, this course covers fundamentals of the language necessary for understanding, speaking and reading French. Students gain practice in pronunciation from dialogues and short situational role playing. A textbook is required. Prerequisite: Equivalent of Conversational French I. 7942 CLNG 21-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, April 10 to May 15 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH III This third-level class is designed to help you speak comfortably in France, whether you are ordering in a restaurant or trying to find your way back to a hotel. General conversations will be covered using basic grammar and vocabulary knowledge acquired in the prerequisite courses of Conversational French I and II. A textbook and workbook are required. 7943 CLNG 22-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, April 12 to May 17 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos 7


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Don’t miss Moshe Pomerantz’ spring sessions on Modern Israel offered through the Discovery! Program on page 27. Topics include Israel’s political scene and Israel’s movie icons.

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN I This is an introduction to the Italian language and culture using simple conversational patterns and phrases. Students will learn basic Italian vocabulary and phrases to deal with everyday situations. The course is designed to help a beginning Italian speaker converse comfortably. A textbook is required.

ABSOLUTELY BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW Want to learn conversational Hebrew but have absolutely no background in the language? This easy, enjoyable course is for you whether you want to learn conversational Hebrew for travel or just for fun. The emphasis will be on conversation but you will also learn the Hebrew alphabet (with English and Hebrew letters) and expand your knowledge of Hebrew culture. 7669 CLNG 24-201 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays, February 7 to April 18 9:30-11 a.m. $115 Room R024 Pomerantz

CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW I If you have some background in learning the Hebrew language but want to learn conversational Hebrew, this intensive, five-week class is for you. Building on your previous experience the twice weekly “immersion” format will help you improve your speaking and reading skills and prepare you for travel, conversation with friends and family or personal academic study. 7670 CLNG 25-201 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays and Fridays, February 7 to March 8 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. $115 Room R024 Pomerantz

Planning an international trip? Our language instructors are passionate about teaching and would love to help you prepare for that trip of a lifetime. A variety of language classes are offered at convenient times, in the classroom or online. See page 7 or call (847) 543-2022 for more information.

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7947 CLNG 15-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, February 11 to March 18 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos 8058 CLNG 15-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, April 4 to May 9 6-8:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN II This is a continuation of Conversational Italian I. The class focuses on using common phrases, grammar and vocabulary to further enhance speaking and communication skills. A textbook is required. 7948 CLNG 16-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, April 8 to May 13 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN III Conversational Italian III is designed to help you speak comfortably in Italy, whether you are ordering in a restaurant or trying to find your way back to a hotel. General conversations will be covered using basic grammar and vocabulary knowledge that you've acquired in the prerequisite courses of Conversational Italian I and II. A textbook is required. 7949 CLNG 17-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, February 15 to March 22 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

Language courses online • Beginning Conversational French • Instant Italian • Conversational Japanese • Speed Spanish, Speed Spanish II & III • Grammar Refresher Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Math courses online • Math: Number Sense and Computational Strategies • Introduction to Algebra Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Mind and Body BEGINNING YOGA This course introduces students to basic yoga exercise and is suitable for all experience levels. For college credit, enroll in PED 121-036 or -037. 7751 CBOD 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 22 to May 16 7-7:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Skarbalus 7752 CBOD 1-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 22 to May 16 12-12:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Skarbalus

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Personal Enrichment Music

TAI CHI CHUAN An introduction to Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese system of movement, meditation and Qigong, meaning “breathing exercises.” Through a series of slow movements, students develop balance, form and mental calmness. Slow stretching and gentle exercises will bring increased strength, flexibility and a deep sense of serenity. Practicing Tai Chi and Qigong helps relieve stress and promotes a sense of physical and mental well-being.

GOSPEL CHOIR Perform diverse sacred music of the AfricanAmerican tradition, including spirituals and gospel music, past to present. Techniques of correct singing are addressed. No audition required. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 120-004 (Grayslake) or MUS 120-005 (Lakeshore).

7780 CBOD 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, January 23 to May 15 7-9 p.m. $129 Room T335 Schwartz

7633 CMSC 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, January 28 to May 13 7-8:50 p.m. $25 Room D100 Clency

TAI CHI CHUAN - INTERMEDIATE This is a continuation of the introductory course. Students will develop some of the more advanced techniques associated with Tai Chi Chaun. 7781 CBOD 3-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, January 22 to May 14 7-9 p.m. $129 Room T335 Schwartz

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T’AI CHI CHIH - INTERMEDIATE This intermediate course will cover refinement of all 19 movements and one pose with practice each class. The emphasis will be on deepening your understanding and exploring personal practice. Your practice may bring more profound harmony of mind and body and physical benefits through the balancing and circulation of the Chi.

7634 CMSC 1-011 Lakeshore Campus Meets Saturdays, January 26 to May 11 1:30-3:25 p.m. $25 Room N212 Clency

CLC SINGERS This student-based ensemble engages in the enjoyment, study, preparation and performance of diverse choral music, including madrigals, ballads and popular modern idioms. Emphasis is given to techniques of correct singing. Audition required. For audition information, phone Charles Clency at (847) 543-2569. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 120-001.

CHOIR OF LAKE COUNTY Comprised of members of the community at large, as well as students, this choir seeks to serve the artistic needs of the community. Its singers participate in the enjoyment, preparation and performance of traditional choral literature, from early Renaissance to present day. Techniques of correct singing are addressed. Open to all for credit or noncredit without audition. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 120-003. 7636 CMSC 3-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, January 22 to May 14 6:30-7:55 p.m. $25 Room D100 Clency

WIND ENSEMBLE Offered for the enjoyment and convenience of individuals who wish to play their instrument and do not need college credit. For college credit, enroll in MUS 123-001. Also offered to provide band experience and opportunities for the college community. Audition required. For audition information, phone Michael Flack at (847) 543-2566. 7638 CMSC 4-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, January 24 to May 16 7:30-9 p.m. $25 Room P101 Flack

7635 CMSC 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 22 to May 16 12:30-1:45 p.m. $25 Room D100 Clency

7826 CBOD 5-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, January 22 to March 12 1:30-3:20 p.m. $89 Room 706 McElhose

Don’t miss the fine music appreciation courses offered through our Discovery! Program. See page 32 or call (847) 543-6507 for more information.

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JAZZ ENSEMBLE I Offered for individuals who wish to perform big-band jazz and who do not want or need college credit. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 223-001.Also offered to provide big-band experience and opportunities for the college community. Audition required. For audition information, phone Michael Flack at (847) 543-2566.

CHAMBER SINGERS The Chamber Singers is CLC's newest vocal ensemble. The ensemble provides the opportunity to study and perform challenging repertoire at an advanced level. Audition is required. For audition information, please contact Charles Clency at (847) 543-2569. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 120-002.

7639 CMSC 5-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, January 28 to May 13 7:30-9 p.m. $25 Room P101 Flack

JAZZ ENSEMBLE II Offered for individuals who wish to perform big-band jazz but do not want or need college credit. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 223-002. Also offered to provide big-band experience and opportunities for the college community. No audition is required. 7640 CMSC 7-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, January 22 to May 14 7:30-9 p.m. $25 Room P101 Hibbard

CONCERT BAND Offered for the enjoyment and convenience of individuals who wish to play their instrument and do not want or need college credit. If college credit is desired, enroll in MUS 123-002. Also offered to provide band experience and opportunities for the college community. No audition is required. 7641 CMSC 6-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, January 23 to May 15 7:30-9 p.m. $25 Room P101 Mojziszek

Interested in Cinema? The Discovery! Program offers fascinating lectures on Marilyn Monroe, the Oscars and gender issues in film. See page 29 or call (847) 543-6507 for more information.

7637 CMSC 9-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, January 23 to May 15 6-8 p.m. $25 Room P105 Clency

Music and Entertainment courses online • Introduction to Guitar • Introduction to Screenwriting • Music Made Easy

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• Genealogy Basics • Get Assertive! • Get Funny! • Individual Excellence • Merrill Ream Speed Reading • Skills for Making Great Decisions • Starting a Nonprofit Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Photography

Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Personal Interest HOW TO MAKE IT IN VOICE-OVERS Voice-overs are hot! With famous actors lending their voices to commercials, films and videos, you might think it’s next to impossible to break into this field. Not so! Learn how to get around the competition and turn voice-overs into a thriving full- or part-time business! Faith Coons brings it all to the table when it comes to voice overs! Beginning her voice work at the tender age of nine, Faith is not only a voice actor; she also has a strong background in executive coaching leadership development. Faith has been continued to make her clients happy in her successful part-time career in voice-overs. Faith will provide an overview of the business, covering numerous opportunities, income potential and how to have the all-important demo produced. Step up to the microphone to do some recording practice and hear the results! 7916 CPER 19-001 Meets Tuesday, March 5 7-9 p.m. $69 Room E124

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BEGINNING WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA Just got a digital camera? Need help setting it up and using it? The ease and fun of digital are about to begin! Learn how to set up your camera to capture interesting photos and gain some simple tips for good photographs. See instant results in class. Bring your digital camera, fully charged batteries and camera manual. Participants must provide an adjustable digital camera (have a manual (M) setting - be able to change shutter speed manually, lens aperture/f-stop, ISO, etc.), either a point-and-shoot or one with interchangeable lenses (DSLR). 7774 CPTO 20-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, February 12 to March 12 6:30-9:30 p.m. $175 Room E125 Nettelhorst 7775 CPTO 20-021 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, February 12 to March 12 12:15-3:15 p.m. $175 Room R024 Nettelhorst

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Personal Enrichment Photography courses online • Digital Photography Classes • Digital Scrapbooking • Nature, People and Travel Photography • Photoshop Classes Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Recreation and Outdoors

DESIGNING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS Learn to design images, not just take pictures. Enhance your awareness of subjects, tap into your creativity and learn how to see and compose photographs. Be part of interactive photo exercises and projects. To the first class, bring five samples of your photography in JPG file format on a USB drive or CD. Requirement: Participants must provide an adjustable digital camera (have a manual (M) setting - be able to change shutter speed manually, lens aperture/f-stop, ISO, etc.), either a point-and-shoot or one with interchangeable lenses (DSLR). Past students are invited to repeat the course. No class on the following dates: 3/26, 4/16, 4/23 and 4/30. 7776 CPTO 25-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, March 19 to May 21 6:30-9:30 p.m. $195 Room E125 Nettelhorst 7777 CPTO 25-021 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, March 19 to May 21 12:15-3:15 p.m. $195 Room R024 Nettelhorst

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PHOTOGRAPHING IN NATURE Would you like to shoot better nature pictures? This three-Saturday class is for those who want hands-on fun with their camera. The course consists of two days, each with some classroom activities followed by a drive to a scenic location to practice what we’ve learned. Instructor coaching is provided in the field as you work with your camera. The shortened third day involves sharing images from the second field trip with instructor feedback. To the first class bring five samples of your photography in JPG file format on a USB flash drive or CD. Please bring water and a sack lunch with a beverage to each class. Requirements: For the first two classes, participants must bring a tripod and an adjustable digital camera (have a manual (M) setting -- be able to change the shutter speed manually, lens aperture/f-stop, ISO, etc.). Students must provide their own transportation to the field location.

AMERICA’S BOATING COURSE Presented as a public service by the Waukegan Sail & Power Squadron, a unit of U.S. Power Squadrons. Sessions include the following: boating on inland lakes and waterways (terminology, equipment, regulations, boat handling and emergency conditions); boating on open water, such as Lake Michigan (nautical charts, magnetic compass, plotting and basic piloting); reviews; and an exam. A $25 textbook fee is collected at first class, and optional plotting tools will be available for $15. For further class details, contact Tenney Ford at (262) 222-3078. Students aged 12-17 earn an Illinois boating safety education card by completing the first six sessions and exam and can register for CEXP 26-001 through the XPLORE! program at www.clcillinois.edu/youth. An authorized adult must register and attend with each child under 18. 7767 CREC 23-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, January 24 to March 21 7-9:15 p.m. $25 Room E124 & E125 Ford III

7773 CPTO 11-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, May 4 and 11 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, May 18 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. $195 Room E125 Nettelhorst

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Personal Enrichment NATURE HIKES: WINTER TO SPRING Prairies, forests, wetlands, savannahs, bogs and the lakefront are some of the interesting natural areas that class members will explore and enjoy. Become familiar with the more common plants, birds and trail systems in forest preserves and state parks, while hiking in the company of enthusiastic, like-minded people. Binoculars recommended. The instructor will contact you with class location details before the first class. Call (847) 543-2022 with specific questions. 7770 CREC 37-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, March 2 to April 6 9-11:30 a.m. $89 Location TBA Ackerman

SCENIC NATURE HIKES: BIRDING Learn to recognize, enjoy and appreciate the resident and migratory birds of northeastern Illinois. Bring binoculars. All sessions are held at colorful natural areas within an hour’s drive of your home. The instructor will contact you with detailed directions on the location of the first class just before the course begins. Call (847) 543-2022 with specific questions. 7768 CREC 32-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, April 13 to May 18 7-9:30 a.m. $89 Location TBA Ackerman

NATURE HIKES: SPRING Explore a wide variety of fascinating habitats in the northeastern Illinois area. Learn to recognize and name trees, shrubs, grasses, wildflowers, birds and other animals. Sessions are off campus at interesting areas within one hour's drive. You must provide your own equipment. Instructor will contact you with directions prior to first meeting. Call (847) 543-2022 with specific questions.

Programs for Adults Science courses online • Introduction to Biology • Human Anatomy and Physiology I & II

7753 CFIT 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 22 to May 16 11-11:50 a.m. $129 Room 706 Wheeler

Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

Sports and Fitness SELF-DEFENSE FOR WOMEN Discover the physical, mental and emotional aspects of self-defense. Find out how to scrutinize your surroundings, become aware of potentially dangerous circumstances and take measures to avoid the situation through techniques and streetwise applications of selfdefense. The class will drill self-defense techniques to show how to deal with numerous confrontational situations. Students will work together to support each other to grow in positive, healthy ways. You will also learn the liabilities of self-defense. Loose-fitting clothing that covers the knees and elbows is recommended. 7905 CFIT 22-001 Meets Tuesdays, April 9-30 8-9:30 p.m. $79 Room 706

PILATES This mat-based class utilizes traditional calisthenics in a mind-body format. For college credit enroll in PED 121-041 or -042.

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7754 CFIT 1-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays and Wednesdays January 23 to May 15 5-5:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Wheeler

KICKBOXING Try kickboxing. It’s great for fun and fitness. Kickboxing involves striking while using hand pads, kicking shields and blocking bats. Hand wraps or gloves are required and are available from the instructor. The variety of easy-to-learn exercise routines has no complicated choreography to make you feel out of step. With the wide array of punches, kicks, calisthenics and stretching exercises, you’ll never get bored. Exercise, release stress and tone your body while you shed fat. For college credit enroll in PED 121-059. 7755 CFIT 6-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays, January 22 to May 14 7-8:50 a.m. $129 Room 706 Wloch

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7769 CREC 34-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, April 13 to May 18 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $89 Location TBA Ackerman

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Personal Enrichment BEGINNING AIKIDO SKILLS A course in physical education emphasizing the establishment of a strong foundation in the martial art of aikido. Mind and body coordination, safety principles and the elementary level of the nine basic aikido techniques will be taught. If college credit is desired, enroll in PED 121-051. 7748 CFIT 7-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, January 23 to May 15 8-9:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Tseng

INTERMEDIATE AIKIDO SKILLS Increase your skills in the martial art of aikido. Gain the mind and body discipline that will assist you in most aspects of your life. 7830 CFIT 8-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, January 28 to May 13 8-9:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Scanlan

ADVANCED AIKIDO SKILLS Build advanced skills in the martial art of aikido. Gain mind and body discipline that will assist you in most aspects of your life. 7831 CFIT 9-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, January 25 to May 17 7-8:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Tseng

POWER VOLLEYBALL - INTERMEDIATE Take your power volleyball skills to the next level. Gain expertise while you enjoy the teamwork and camaraderie. A great way to exercise and keep fit. 7758 CFIT 13-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, January 28 to May 13 8-9:50 p.m. $129 Room GYMB Wisler

POWER VOLLEYBALL - ADVANCED Attention power volleyball players. Advance your skills to the highest level. A great way to exercise and keep fit. 7759 CFIT 14-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, January 23 to May 15 8-9:50 p.m. $129 Room GYMB Wisler

BODY TONING - WOMEN Does your mirror continue to reflect unwanted bulges and sags, despite your weight loss or exercise program? This body pump course will help to sculpt your figure by covering all muscle groups and focusing on flab areas. Learn how to tone, stretch and strengthen muscles. Raise your metabolism rate, increase your energy and burn fat with a little cardio exercise. Wear loose-fitting clothing and gym shoes. If you need college credit enroll in PED 121-068. 7762 CFIT 21-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays and Wednesdays January 23 to May 15 7-7:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Paul

AEROBIC DANCE Dance your way to fitness with aerobics. Your heart will be pumping to the dance beat. So much more fun than boring exercise. This course is co-listed with Physical Education. For college credit enroll in PED 121-072. 7760 CFIT 16-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, January 23 to May 15 6-6:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Paul

FENCING SKILLS Try your skill at the Olympic sport of fencing. Learn beginning foil fencing techniques and more. This course is co-listed with Physical Education. If college credit is desired enroll in PED 121-053.

CARDIO KICKBOXING This course utilizes basic kickboxing moves in an aerobic, non-contact, music-based workout. Shed stress and fat while you tone your body with this great cardio workout. If college credit is desired sign up for PED 121-070.

7756 CFIT 10-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, January 28 to May 13 8-9:50 p.m. $129 Room GYMA Delgado

7761 CFIT 20-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 22 to May 16 6-6:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Scherer

IMPROVE YOUR VOLLEYBALL SKILLS Learn how to improve your volleyball game. Get individualized guidance on those skills you need to improve.

INTRODUCTION TO RUNNING This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of preparing for 5K races. Classes will meet at various outdoor Lake County parks when weather permits. For college credit, enroll in PED 121-035.

7757 CFIT 12-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, February 11 to May 13 7:30-8 p.m. $35 Room GYMB Wisler

7763 CFIT 25-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, March 23 to May 11 8-9:50 a.m. $129 Room 706 Skarbalus

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SPINNING Burn calories as you exercise on a specially designed stationary bike, the Johnny G Spinner. This comprehensive indoor cycling training system is for people of all fitness levels. The spinning rides combine a foundation of basic cycling movements with motivational coaching techniques, breathing awareness and heart rate training. Participants burn an average of 500 calories in 40 minutes of nonimpact, individually paced cardiovascular exercise. If college credit is desired enroll in PED 121-063 or -064.

TRIPLE D’TOUR – EXPLORING CHICAGO’S DINERS, DRIVE-INS AND DIVES Calling all foodies! Do you love the Food Network? Do you get hungry just watching all the great places visited by Guy Fieri? Do you say to yourself, “I’ve just got to visit that place?” Then join us this spring as we venture out to several Chicago area restaurants featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. We’ll sample everything from breakfast foods and ethnic specialties to desserts and delicious beverages. Final restaurant destinations will be updated as they are finalized but Caribbean, Belizean, Peruvian, Costa Rican and Italian cuisine are all possibilities. Tour includes transportation and tastings at each location. You won’t go hungry! Bring money for extras and shopping. This tour is expected to fill early and seating is limited. Tour will leave from the Grayslake Area Library parking lot at 9 a.m. A second pickup will leave the Southlake Campus in Vernon Hills at 9:30 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Students 14-18 can register through the Xplore! program at www.clcillinois.edu/youth and are welcome with a registered adult.

7764 CFIT 29-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 22 to May 16 5-5:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Scherer 7765 CFIT 29-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, January 23 to May 15 12-12:50 p.m. $129 Room 706 Scherer

ZUMBA This is a fast-paced, Latin-based aerobic class. For college credit enroll in PED 121-048. 7766 CFIT 50-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, January 23 to May 15 11-11:50 a.m. $129 Room GYM B Lancaster

Test Preparation courses online • GMAT Preparation • GRE Preparation – Parts I & II • LSAT Test Preparation – Parts I & II • SAT/ACT Preparation – Parts I & II Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

7950 CTRP 9-001 Meets Tuesday, March 19 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. $129 Room TBA

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Trips and Tours IT’S EASY BEING GREEN MYSTERY TOUR Are you ready for a day of adventure on our first mystery tour? Join us for a day of unique exploration to intriguing locations that will inspire and delight! All destinations and activities have to do with “being green.” Tour includes transportation, snacks, lunch and other “green” activities. This tour is expected to fill early and seating is limited. Tour will leave from the Grayslake Area Library parking lot at 9 a.m. A second pickup will leave the Southlake Campus in Vernon Hills at 9:30 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Students 1418 can register through the Xplore! program at www.clcillinois.edu/youth and are welcome with a registered adult. For more hints call (847) 543-2022. 7940 CTRP 1-001 Meets Saturday, April 13 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. $129 Room TBA

Grayslake Campus

Writing courses online • Forensic Science for Writers • Grammar Refresher and Editing Classes • Fiction, Internet, Journaling, Mystery, Poetry and Travel Writing • Magazine, Romance and Sitcom and Screenwriting Writing Classes • Publishing Classes • Research Methods for Writers Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details.

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More Trips and Tours are offered through our Discovery! Program on page 24. Choose from Shakespeare Theatre, the Lyric Opera, Chicago Architecture and Sacred Spaces! Call (847) 543-6507 for more information.

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ed2go Course Information The Center for Personal Enrichment offers a variety of online courses for all ages, including: Arts and Crafts

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Computers: Basic Skills, Internet, Multimedia

Music

Cooking

Photography

Family, Home and Parenting

Science

Homeschool Resources

Writing

Personal Interest

Test Prep for Teens Youth Academic

Language

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Instructor-led Courses • Hundreds of engaging courses • Classes begin December 12, January 16, February 20, March 20, April 17 and May 15 • Classes start every month • Start as low as $99

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Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for the complete course list and registration information. For registration assistance call (847) 543-2022.

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Apply, Register and Pay How to Apply, Register and Pay 1. Apply for Admission New students and students who have not attended classes in two years must apply for admission in one of three ways: IN PERSON: Admissions and Records Office, Room B101, Grayslake campus BY FAX or MAIL: The Student Admission Form is on page 16. • Fax: (847) 543-3061 • Mail to: College of Lake County Attn: Admissions and Records 19351 West Washington Street Grayslake, IL 60030-1198 INTERNET: www.clcillinois.edu/applyconted.asp

4. Pay Tuition and Fees To avoid being dropped from classes for non-payment, you must pay in full or enroll in the college’s FACTS installment tuition payment plan by your due date. Check the amount of your bill online by logging into myStudentCenter and selecting the “Make a Payment” link. Financial aid is not available for Continuing Education classes. For more information about tuition payment, call (847) 543-2085. For more information about financial aid, call (847) 543-2062.

Allow two working days to process your application. You will receive your CLC student ID number, PIN and other important registration information in the mail. You may also look up your CLC student ID number via the Web at www.clcillinois.edu/register. Click on the “Create myLogin” links and then click on “Look Up CLC ID.” Your PIN is a number that is initially set to your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy). Your ID and PIN will give you access to myStudentCenter, our student self-service system.

• By Web from anywhere at www.clcillinois.edu/register • Grayslake Campus 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake • Lakeshore Campus 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan • Southlake Campus 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills

When to Register Scheduled hours for on-site registration are: • Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. • Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Web registration is available 24 hours a day.

2. Obtain CLC ID Number

Where to Register

To REGISTER for ed2go online classes, visit www.ed2go.com/clc or call the Center for Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022. To REGISTER for youth classes, visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth or call Personal Enrichment at (847) 543-2022.

3. Register for Personal 3. Enrichment Classes 3. By Internet www.clcillinois.edu/register When you are ready to select your classes, use the “CLC Classes by Term.” You must specify the semester and then a subject, such as English, to view the classes available. To select a subject area, click on the magnifying glass and then press the “Look Up” button. When you find a specific class section you want, make note of the four-digit class number. You may register on the Web or in person in the Admissions office, B101, Grayslake campus, the Student Services office at Lakeshore or the main office at the Southlake Educational Center. Online Self-Service requires that you have created myLogin. Once you have logged in, use the menu of options to add or drop classes or to view your schedule, grades or an unofficial transcript and many other options. When you add or drop a class, check for a “success” or “error” message. Most errors are due to enrollment holds or prerequisites not met.

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Register by Mobile Phone. Open a “barcode scanner” app on your smartphone, point your phone camera at the code, and scan.

Web registration is available 24 hours a day.


Center for Personal Enrichment — Student Admission Form

Admission

10. MAILING ADDRESS:

1. STUDENT STATUS ❏ Never attended CLC ❏ Returning to CLC, enter 7-digit Student ID (if known) _____________________________________

If you have a different address for the purpose of receiving mail you may list it below. You must also list your home address in question 8. _____________________________________________________

2. COMPLETE LEGAL NAME:

Number and Street

______________________________________________________ (First)

(Last)

(Middle)

_____________________________________________________ City or Town

Former or Maiden Name:________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 3. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (REQUIRED):

State & Zip Code

_________________ – _________ – _______________

11. TELEPHONE:

4. GENDER:

❏ Male

❏ Female

PREFERRED PHONE NUMBER:

County (if Illinois)

❏ HOME

❏ CELL

❏ WORK

5. DATE OF BIRTH: ________ /________ /________ Month Day Year (REQUIRED)

Home: ( _________ ) __________ – __________________

6. CITIZEN / VISA STATUS:

Cell:

Are you a U.S. Citizen ❏ YES

Area Code

( _________ ) __________ – __________________ Area Code

❏ NO Work:

If no, what is your status in the U.S.? ❏ Immigrant (Permanent Resident) ❏ Student Visa (F-1)

Telephone Number

Telephone Number

( _________ ) __________ – __________________ Area Code

Telephone Number

12. E-MAIL ADDRESS:

❏ Other (please indicate type if known):

______________________________________________________

_____________________________________ If on a Visa, what is your home country of origin?

13. WILL ATTEND CLC BEGINNING:

______________________________________________________

(Year) __________________

7. ETHNIC / RACIAL DESCRIPTION:

❏ Fall (August-December)

Are you a Hispanic or Latino ❏ YES

❏ NO

❏ Spring (January-May)

Are you from one or more of the following racial groups? ❏ Asian or Pacific lslander ❏ Black Non-Hispanic ❏ American Indian or ❏ White Non-Hispanic Alaskan Native ❏ Choose not to respond Which of the above-noted racial groups is your primary group? ______________________________________________________ 8. HOME ADDRESS: Must be listed to document legal residence for tuition assessment and state reporting purposes: ______________________________________________________ Number and Street

City or Town

I understand that withholding information requested on this application or giving false information may make me ineligible for admission to the College or subject to dismissal. With this in mind, I certify that the above statements are correct and complete. (Your signature and date are required before CLC can process this application.) The College of Lake County affirms and adheres to a policy of equal opportunity in all aspects of education and employment. ______________________________________________________

______________________________________________________ Date

______________________________________________________ County (if Illinois)

9. RESIDENCY: ❏ I have / ❏ I have not been a resident of Lake County for 30 days prior to the first day of the semester in which I intend to enroll. WWW.CLCILLINOIS.EDU/NONCREDIT

14. CERTIFICATION:

Signature

______________________________________________________

State & Zip Code

❏ Summer (June-July)

MAIL TO: College of Lake County Attn: Admissions and Records 19351 West Washington Street Grayslake, Illinois 60030-1198 FAX:

(847) 543-3061

If you need assistance completing this form, please call the Office of Admissions and Records at (847) 543-2061.

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Xplore! Where Kids Go To College ACADEMIC AND RECREATION PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH AND TEENS IN GRADES 1-12.

Topics include: Boating Safety Computer Gaming Online Fast-Paced Program for Gifted Students LEGO® Math Reading Science STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Math Summer Camps Test Preparation

Complete course descriptions, dates, times and costs are on

Camp Xplore! Summer 2013 Academic Challenge Creative Arts LEGO® NASA Space Camp

the following pages, or visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth

Grayslake / Vernon Hills / Wauconda

Or call the Xplore! Hotline at (847) 543-2759.

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Youth Programs FAST-PACED PROGRAM FOR GIFTED STUDENTS Is your child gifted? If your seventh or eighth grade student received a Math SAT score of 500 or above or a Verbal SAT score of 450 or above he or she qualifies for the Fast-Paced program. Fast-Paced courses are challenging, exciting, thought provoking and designed to engage bright students. Requirements: Math SAT score 500 or above; Verbal SAT score 450 or above. For more information call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@ clcillinois.edu. Visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth for current information.

FAST-PACED MATH I (GRADE 7) The Fast-Paced Math I program is for gifted children in the seventh grade. The goal of Fast-Paced Math is to enrich the student's mathematical experience by teaching special algebra/geometry topics that might not be included in a traditional classroom. The students will have the opportunity to be taught by several different teachers throughout the year.

FAST-PACED MATH II (GRADE 8) The Fast-Paced Math II program is for gifted children in the eighth grade. The eighth-grade program will continue the special topics approach that was used in the seventh-grade program.

FAST-PACED VERBAL I (GRADE 7) This communication program is for gifted children in the seventh grade. The goal of Fast-Paced Verbal is to enhance the student's enjoyment of language arts and to enrich his/her background in literature, composition and vocabulary. Emphasis is on integrated language arts activities, including group work, performance/presentations and activities designed to utilize student creativity.

FAST-PACED VERBAL II (GRADE 8) The Fast-Paced Verbal II program is for gifted children in the eighth grade. The eighth-grade program will continue the special subject material that was used in the seventh-grade program.

Math

Science

TENMARKS: MATH PRACTICE AND COMPUTER TEST PREPARATION (GRADES 2-4, 5-7 AND 8-10) The best math class you will ever take. This class combines problem solving with computer math. Get the best of both worlds with teacher guided lessons and simple-to-understand access to targeted practice at home. Gain valuable preparation for computerized tests such as MAP testing and tests that no longer use paper and pencil. You’ll have the edge with guided practice in setting up customized lessons to target your trouble areas and sharpen all your math skills. Learn problem solving, get practice with reading and setting up word problems, practice lessons that address a wide variety of skills, get instant feedback from reports and continue the exercises at home. Whatever practice you need you can practice. Excellent for students struggling with math or those wanting to strengthen, advance and challenge their math skills. Helpful for students up through Algebra I. Parents are encouraged to stay for the first half-hour of the first lesson to learn how to use the program at home, find extra practice for specific skills and see instant feedback of their student’s progress. Includes online access to the TenMarks program at home for the duration of the class.

INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY (GRADES 7-8) Get a head start on high school chemistry with this introduction to the basics. Learn about the factorlabel method as it applies to quantities (a number and a unit). Compare and contrast the properties of solids, liquids and gases. And find out about the workings of significant digits. This preparatory class lays the groundwork that will help you better understand high school chemistry. Class fee covers all materials for experiments and activities.

TENMARKS (GRADES 2-4) 7930 CEXP 10-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, February 9 to March 23 9-10:30 a.m. $79 Room T338 Johnson

7938 CSCC 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, March 2-23 9-10:30 a.m. $89 Room TBA Mellish

TENMARKS (GRADES 5-7) 7931 CEXP 10-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, February 9 to March 23 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $79 Room T338 Johnson TENMARKS (GRADES 8-10 THROUGH ALGEBRA I) 7932 CEXP 10-003 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, February 9 to March 23 1-2:30 p.m. $79 Room T338 Johnson

7939 CSCC 2-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, January 26 to February 16 9-10:30 a.m. $89 Room TBA Rickert

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS (GRADES 7-8) Familiarize yourself with some of the basic concepts of physics, such as gravity and light. Learn the relationship of space and matter; the properties of mass, velocity and time; and the effects of energy. This preparatory class lays the groundwork to help you better understand high school physics. Class fee covers all materials for experiments and activities.

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) BEGINNING STEM (GRADES 3-5) Interact with other students as you perform experiments and participate in demonstrations in science, technology, engineering and math. Build bridges, towers and electronic circuits. Study lasers, lenses, prisms, magnets, pendulums and springs. Perform simple biological and chemical experiments. This hands-on course is designed to encourage interest in a science, technology, engineering or math career. 7964 CEXP 66-001 Meets Saturdays, April 6-27 9-11 a.m. $89 Room TBA

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Youth Programs

Test Preparation IMPROVE YOUR ACT SCORE (GRADES 6-12) It’s not too late to prepare for spring ACT test dates! Learn secrets to finishing ACT tests more quickly and scoring higher. Learn how to avoid common mistakes and pick the best answer when taking the reading, English, math and science sections of the ACT. Experienced teachers will present fun, interactive lessons from the required Barron’s ACT 17th Edition textbook. Bring your textbook to the first class. This class does not offer the actual ACT exam. A choice of dates and campuses will prepare you for either the April 13 or June 8 test dates in your area. 8134 CEXP 50-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, February 16 to March 23 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $189 Room TBA Bhandari and Kazi

ADVANCED STEM (GRADES 6-9) Interact with other students as you perform experiments and participate in demonstrations in science, technology, engineering and math. Build bridges, towers and electronic circuits. Build straw bridges, DC motors and electronic circuits using professional breadboards. Build and launch (weather permitting) a model rocket. Grow a culture in a petri dish. Perform simple acid/base experiments. Experiment with Luminal, a light emitting chemical. This hands-on course is designed to encourage interest in a science, technology, engineering or math career. 7963 CEXP 68-001 Meets Saturdays, April 6-27 12-2 p.m. $89 Room TBA

Grayslake Campus

Froelich

ENGINEER YOUR CAREER WITH STEM (GRADES 9-12) Make an investment in your future. Explore a variety of engineering fields and fast growing areas of technology with an experienced engineer. Participate in hands-on activities while learning about design principles, sustainable energy concepts, nanotechnology and lasers. 7708 CEXP 65-001 Meets Saturday, March 16 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. $49 Room E124

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8135 CEXP 50-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, February 16 to March 23 12:30-3:30 p.m. $189 Room TBA Bhandari and Kazi 8136 CEXP 50-021 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, February 13 to March 20 6-9 p.m. $189 Room R024 Bhandari and Kazi

Recreation XPLORE! AMERICA’S BOATING COURSE Presented as a public service by the Waukegan Sail & Power Squadron, a unit of U.S. Power Squadrons. Sessions include the following: boating on inland lakes and waterways (terminology, equipment, regulations, boat handling and emergency conditions); boating on open water, such as Lake Michigan (nautical charts, magnetic compass, plotting and basic piloting); reviews; and an exam. A $25 textbook fee is collected at first class, and optional plotting tools will be available for $15. For further class details, contact Tenney Ford at (262) 222-3078. To register, visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth or call (847) 543-2022. Adults 18 and older should register for CREC 23-001. An authorized adult must register and attend with each child under 18.

Grayslake Campus

Edwards

8183 CEXP 26-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Thursdays, January 24 to March 21 7-9:15 p.m. $25 Room E124 & E125 Ford III

Don’t miss our other test prep class, TenMark: Math Practice and Computer Test Preparation on page 19.

Computer Gaming Online VIDEO GAME MAKER 101 (AGES 10-17) Learn how to design and modify your own exciting arcade style video games. You`ll learn how to control characters, objects and outcomes in your game, then increase the difficulty level and add more features. Graphics design and graphics animation topics will also be covered. This class is appropriate for ages 10 and older. The class is self-paced and is available online 24/7 for 7 weeks. Requirements: Internet connection faster than dial-up. Check the minimum system requirements at the following link: http://www.michiganlearning.com/custom.php?dataset=systemrequirements.php. Students ages 10-17 can register for CEXP 92-801 by visiting www.clcillinois.edu/youth. Adults can register for CCMP 92-801. Call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu to confirm the contact information to which we can send the voucher number you’ll need to access the class. 8186 CEXP 92-801 Online Meets Mondays-Sundays, February 18 to April 7 24/7 $179 Online All About Learning

VIDEO GAME MAKER 2: INVADER! (AGES 10-17) Learn how to design and modify your own exciting arcade-style games. Control characters and outcomes, then increase the difficulty level and add more features. Topics covered include graphic design and animation, sprites, objects, room creation, instances, bonus levels and more. You’ll create games including soccer, a Breakout-style game, and Alien Invader (plus a secret game at the end of the class!) This class is appropriate for ages 10+. Visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth. Adults can register for CCMP 92-802. Call (847) 543-2022 or email CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu to confirm the contact information to which we can send the voucher number you’ll need to access the class. 8187 CEXP 92-802 Online Meets Mondays-Sundays, March 18 to May 5 24/7 $179 Online All About Learning

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Youth Programs Online Classes for Youth and Teens - Ages 13-17

Computers • Beginning Keyboarding with FasType • Microsoft Office Courses

Computers - Web Savvy • Creating Web Pages • Designing Web Pages • Internet Courses • Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis and Podcasts • Web Graphics

Math • Everyday Math • Introduction to Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II • Math Refresher • ReadyMATH

Science • Forensic Science for Writers • Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II

Writing • Grammar Refresher and Editing Classes • Fiction, Internet, Journaling, Mystery, Poetry and Travel Writing • Introduction to Journaling • Magazine, Romance and Sitcom and Screenwriting Writing Classes • Publishing Classes • Research Methods for Writers • The Pleasures of Poetry

Test Preparation Visit www.ed2go.com for a complete course list. Turn to page 15 for details

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• Test Preparation Online (Ages 13-17) • SAT/ACT Preparation Part1 and Part 2

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Youth Registration

Youth Program Registration Form - Spring 2013

Instructions:

Register early. To expedite enrollment, complete the information below and sign the Parental Approval portion. Information is protected under FERPA and remains confidential.

Mail or fax the completed form. FAX to (847) 543-3061 MAIL to Office of Admissions and Records Attn: Youth Program, College of Lake County 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL 60030-1198 Fees are due after the registration form is processed. (See Parental Approval) Payment can be made in person or by phone at the CLC cashiers office (847) 543-2085. For your protection, please do not include payment with this form.

Student Information (Required) __________________________________________________________________________ Last Name First Name Initial Date of Birth _______ / _______ / _______

Parental Approval (Required) I accept financial responsibility for class fees and I understand that fees are due after the registration form is processed. I agree to provide payment to the College of Lake County within 10 business days of registration. Payment can be made in person or by phone at the CLC cashiers office (847) 543-2085. For your protection, please do not include payment with this form.

Cancellation Policy: If my child cannot attend, I will email the Center for Personal Enrichment at CPEInfo@clcillinois.edu before the withdrawal deadline (5 business days prior to the class start date) to request withdrawal from the class. Withdrawal form is available at www.clcillinois.edu/youth. _______________________________________________________________________ Parent / Guardian Signature _______________________________________________________________________ Date

Gender: ❏ Male ❏ Female

__________________________________________________________________________ Preferred Email Address

❏ Father

__________________________________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip Primary Phone ( __________ ) _____________ — _______________________________

❏ Mother

❏ Legal Guardian

Need registration assistance? Call Center for Personal Enrichment (847) 543-2022 or e-mail CPEinfo@clcillinois.edu. Visit www.clcillinois.edu/youth for class listings.

School _________________________________________________ Current Grade _______

Where did you hear about us? _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Course Number (i.e. 4886) Course No. (e.g. CEXP 40-001) and Course Title

Please allow at least three business days to process this registration.

Cost

TOTAL

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Discovery! Programs for adult learners with a young attitude.

Discovery!

DESIGNED FOR ADULTS 50 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER. Welcome to the world of Discovery!, a program of tours and short-term classes designed to enrich the busy lifestyles of active adult learners. Enjoy exploring interesting topics in a relaxed atmosphere with other interested adults and knowledgeable instructors.

Classes are conveniently located at CLC campuses and other sites throughout Lake County (see page 35). Grayslake

19351 West Washington Street Grayslake, Illinois 60030

Southlake

1120 South Milwaukee Avenue Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061

Complete course descriptions, dates, times and costs are on the following pages. For more information, call the Discovery! Hotline

Many topics are also available online.

at (847) 543-6507.

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Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude

Tour Information Please note: Tours will leave from the location or locations specified under each description. Some tours will have more than one pickup site and time. Plan to arrive 15 minutes before the departure time for your tour. An effort is made to conduct all tours as described. Substitutions may be necessary when situations arise that are beyond our control. Refunds for tours may be made up to 48 hours before the tour. After that no refund is possible.

Trips and Tours IT’S EASY BEING GREEN MYSTERY TOUR Are you ready for a day of adventure on our first mystery tour? Join us for a day of unique exploration to intriguing locations that will inspire and delight! All destinations and activities have to do with “being green.” Tour includes transportation, snacks, lunch and other “green” activities. This tour is expected to fill early and seating is limited. Tour will leave from the Grayslake Area Library parking lot at 9 a.m. A second pickup will leave the Southlake Campus in Vernon Hills at 9:30 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Students 1418 can register through the Xplore! program at www.clcillinois.edu/youth and are welcome with a registered adult. For more hints call (847) 543-2022. 7940 CTRP 1-001 Meets Saturday, April 13 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. $129 Room TBA

Grayslake Campus

Johnson

TRIPLE D’TOUR – EXPLORING CHICAGO’S DINERS, DRIVE-INS AND DIVES Calling all foodies! Do you love the Food Network? Do you get hungry just watching all the great places visited by Guy Fieri? Do you say to yourself, “I’ve just got to visit that place?” Then join us this spring as we venture out to several Chicago area restaurants featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. We’ll sample everything from breakfast foods and ethnic specialties to desserts and delicious beverages. Final restaurant destinations will be updated as they are finalized but Caribbean, Belizean, Peruvian, Costa Rican and Italian cuisine are all possibilities. Tour includes transportation and tastings at each location. You won’t go hungry! Bring money for extras and shopping. This tour is expected to fill early and seating is limited. Tour will leave from the Grayslake Area Library parking lot at 9 a.m. A second pickup will leave the Southlake Campus in Vernon Hills at 9:30 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Students 14-18 can register through the Xplore! program at www.clcillinois.edu/youth and are welcome with a registered adult. 7950 CTRP 9-001 Meets Tuesday, March 19 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. $129 Room TBA

Johnson

LA BOHEME OPERA TOUR Whether it’s your first opera or you’ve seen it a hundred times before, Puccini’s magic never fails to cast its entrancing spell. Golden melodies transport you to Paris’s Latin Quarter, where young artists struggle to make ends meet in icy cold garrets. But passions run hot because everyone’s in love. Yearning, ecstasy, and despair—you hear it all in the music! The score so exquisitely conveys the essence of every character that you’ll feel like you know each of them personally. You’ll laugh as the saucy femme fatale Musetta drives her painter beau mad with jealousy. You’ll cheer when the fragile seamstress Mimì and her ardent poet Rodolfo find true bliss in each other’s arms. And you’ll cry when tragedy strikes and he loses her in the end. Register for the Opera Lecture immediately preceding this tour. See page 32 for details. Bus leaves Grayslake Area Library at 11:30 a.m.; bus leaves Southlake Campus, Vernon Hills at 12 p.m.. Please arrive 15 minutes early. 7898 CTRP 14-001 Meets Friday, March 15 12-6 p.m. $135 Room V138

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JULIUS CAESAR As politicos across the U.S. scramble to discredit and disrobe those in power, a familiar phrase comes to mind: “When in Rome...” Acclaimed British director Jonathan Munby, whose work has graced the stages of the Royal Shakespeare Company and Shakespeare’s Globe, uses the fractured political landscape of present-day Washington as a backdrop, drawing current events into eerily sharp focus. When men feel they can no longer trust their elected leader and when financial might dictates the rules of the game, where is the line between patriotism and personal ambition? We’ll arrive at Navy Pier in time for lunch on your own before the matinee performance. Participants may need to walk from the front of the pier to the theater and back. Tickets are limited. Bus leaves Grayslake Area Library at 9:30 a.m.; bus leaves Southlake Campus, Vernon Hills at 10 a.m.. Please arrive 15 minutes early. A separate lecture is offered on March 18 that will enhance your appreciation of the play. See page 32 for details.

Southlake Campus

Kaiser

7925 CTRP 10-001 Meets Thursday, March 21 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. $125 Room V138

Southlake Campus

Coscarelli

QUESTIONS? CALL THE DISCOVERY! HOTLINE AT (847) 543-6507


Discovery! LOOKING AT GREAT CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE TOUR Ride around the city center to see renowned buildings which may include Jeanne Gang’s Aqua, Crown Hall and Trump Tower. We will also visit the offices of one of the great architecture firms, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, who will talk about their buildings, show models and interiors. Lunch at the Cliff Dwellers, a private club where Louis Sullivan was a member, and enjoy a spectacular view of a great modern city. Bus leaves Grayslake Area Library at 8:30 a.m.; bus leaves Southlake Campus, Vernon Hills at 9 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early. 7899 CTRP 19-001 Meets Thursday, April 4 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. $90 Room V138

Southlake Campus

Rubin

SACRED SPACE FIELD TRIP Visit a collection of architecture gems that represent a variety of styles from Renaissance, English Gothic, Scandanavian vernacular, as well as modern, designed by prominent Chicago architects. Explore how each architect responded to the question, What is sacred space? Bus leaves Grayslake Area Library at 8:30 a.m.; bus leaves Southlake Campus, Vernon Hills at 9 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Tour to include St. Gabriel Catholic Church (Burnham and Root), Lakeview Presbyterian Church (Burnham and Root), Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church (Shaw), Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Cathedral (Louis H. Sullivan), Our Lady of Sorrows Basilica and Madonna della Strata Chapel. The list of churches may change due to circumstances beyond our control. Bus leaves Grayslake Area Library at 8:30 a.m.; bus leaves Southlake Campus, Vernon Hills at 9 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early. 7900 CTRP 19-002 Meets Thursday, May 9 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. $90 Room V138

Southlake Campus

Wilwerding

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Art and Architecture PRAIRIE SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE, A CHICAGO MOVEMENT Once the Victorian era subsided and British Arts and Crafts crossed the pond, America. and in particular the Midwest. began to design and build with a new fresh perspective. Louis Sullivan imagined a Chicago style structure with natural forms and ornamentation that reflected Chicago’s natural prairie. His protégé Frank Lloyd Wright continued this design force into the 20th century with a contemporary flair. We will examine the Prairie Style and both architects in this first week.

ARCHITECTS OF THE PRAIRIE SCHOOL Chicago’s Prairie School architects were many and varied. This course will start with George Grant Elmslie and progress to George Maher; both successful in public spaces as well as in residential work. They and William Purcell and William Drummond as well as Hugh Garden broke the mold in creating designs for the modern Chicago family. In this class we will focus on their similarities as well as their distinctive and unique styles; both in the city and spreading to Chicago’s affluent north shore. Many chose to build in the Prairie Style. (2 sessions) 7872 CDIS 24-001 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays, March 7-14 1-3 p.m. $32 Room R230 Bremer

AMERICAN WOMEN SCULPTORS (4 SESSIONS) Edmonia Lewis (ca. 1845-1911), American, surpassed exorbitant odds to become the first professional African-American and Native American female sculptor and was the first such artist to celebrate her racial identity. She combined a unique blend of talent, emotion and perspective, and often sculpted those who were heroes to her – leaders in the abolitionist movement and courageous women like Cleopatra and Hagar. Harriet Hosmer (1830-1908), American, whose work frequently addressed the theme of strong, independent women who are ultimately punished for their seemingly inappropriate power and ambition. She was the leader of a small group of women who studied sculpture in Rome in the 1850s. She also devised new processes such as a method of converting the ordinary limestone of Italy into marble. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1875-1942), American, great granddaughter of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt and founder of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. Her sculptures are simple, direct and for the most part traditional in character. She worked on large and modest scales, creating many sculptures in reaction to World War I, which deeply affected her.

LOOKING AT GREAT CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE Arts Educator Linda Rubin will offer skills to evaluate and enjoy more recent architecture in our city, from the treasures of Mies van der Rohe of the 1950s and onwards.

Barbara Chase-Riboud (b. 1939 - ), American, a sculptor (poet and novelist) whose dramatic artistic explorations of literary and historical themes have earned her a presence in major museums around the world. Africa Rising (1998) is the name she has given to the on-site sculpture honoring the burial ground that was recently excavated in New York, yielding the remains of more than 400 African Americans.

7873 CDIS 24-002 Meets Tuesday, April 2 1-2:30 p.m. $18 Room R230

7892 CDIS 91-001 Lake Forest Senior Center Meets Wednesdays, April 3-24 10-11:30 a.m. $56 Great Room Lewis

Southlake Campus

Rubin

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Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude

17TH CENTURY WOMEN STILL LIFE ARTISTS (3 SESSIONS) Cindy Lewis continues an exploration of great women artists overlooked by art historians, this time featuring four still-life painters – celebrated masters of the genre – from four different countries. These noteworthy women artists, possessing a keen eye and strong technical skills, made significant contributions to the still-life genre. (3 sessions)

CLARA PEETERS (1594 – CA. 1657) FLEMISH Peeters was a pioneer in the field of still-life painting and the only Flemish woman known to have specialized in this genre in the early 17th century and it’s speculated she helped originate the stilllife genre. She signed her first painting at the age of 14 and by 17 had executed a group of highly accomplished still lifes now in the Prado. In addition to being beautiful, her vanitas paintings were meaningful, through the use of symbolism about man’s mortality. GIOVANNA GARZONI (1600-1670) ITALIAN A favorite of the Medici court, Garzoni was a famous miniaturist, whose exquisite tempura paintings on vellum are faithful reproductions of nature, often depicting glorious flowers or fruit. Her addition of animals and insects – all in minute detail – blend scientific realism with luscious decorative undertones. Capable of demanding her own price, she followed the lead of her male counterparts traveling and working for powerful patrons in Venice, Naples, Florence, and Rome. RACHEL RUYSCH (1664-1750) DUTCH Ruysch has been called the “most celebrated Dutch woman artist of the 17th and 18th centuries”. She mastered the genre of still life, specializing in flower paintings which were the most highly paid form of still life in Holland and Flanders. Her command of technique, sense of composition, and use of colors added a compelling vibrancy and vitality to her paintings. A happy marriage and motherhood (ten children) seemed to coincide with her most creative artistic period. Ruysch’s reputation has never waned, as evidenced by the sale of one of her paintings for $508,000 at a 1999 auction. 7893 CDIS 91-002 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, May 1-15 10-11:30 a.m. $42 Room R024 Lewis 26

SACRED SPACE With a specialization in ecclesiastical architecture, Evelyn Wilwerding, AIA, presents how the liturgical styles of Christianity influenced the shaping of the architecture that housed its practice, and how in turn, the architecture and acoustic properties further shaped the liturgy. Encouraging interactive discussion, she shares how different architects have responded to the challenge of creating sacred space through the centuries. 7874 CDIS 24-003 Meets Tuesday, May 7 1-3 p.m. $16 Room R230

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UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER - LEVEL 2 This course is for those who have completed Unconditionally, Categorically, Totally Beginning computer (Level 1) and choose to continue the learning. Topics covered will be email (including attachments), advanced Internet skills, MS Word editing, formatting and adding graphics to documents. (5 sessions) 7878 CDIS 40-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, April 12 to May 10 9-11 a.m. $95 Room TBA Freeman

Wilwerding 7936 CDIS 40-021 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, April 13 to May 11 9-11 a.m. $95 Room V102 Santini

Computers UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER - LEVEL 1 This course is designed for the individual who is afraid of the computer and has never taken a computer class. Class will cover terminology, turning the computer on and off, mouse control, file management, beginning word processing and basic Internet searching using personal computers and a Windows operating system. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions) 7876 CDIS 39-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, February 22 to March 22 9-11 a.m. $95 Room T338 Freeman 7877 CDIS 39-021 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, February 23 to March 23 9-11 a.m. $95 Room V102 Santini

PERSONAL EXCEL Excel is a spreadsheet program that can be used for creating holiday lists, inventories and to-do lists; gathering friends/family names and addresses in one location; listing money expenditures including simple equations for addition and subtraction; plus lots of other uses. You will learn basic functions like how to input information, add borders, merge cells, insert rows and columns, format for different uses, add simple equations and create basic bar or pie charts. Students must have completed Unconditionally, Categorically Beginning Computer levels 1 and 2 or have an understanding of basic computer functions including saving and retrieving files. (6 sessions – no class March 29) 7891 CDIS 88-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, March 1 to April 12 9-11 a.m. $114 Room V102 Santini

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Discovery! ADVANCED ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS – EXPANDED TO 8 SESSIONS! Working in full edit mode of Adobe Photoshop Elements software, you will learn how to use layers and selections to make changes to specific areas of your images, how to use tools to retouch and restore your photographs, how to use filters for special effects and how to add text to your photographs. This computer-based course assumes that students have basic editing experience with Adobe Photoshop Elements. (8 sessions – no class March 29) 7871 CDIS 21-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, March 8 to May 3 9:30-11:30 a.m. $152 Room V306 Barker

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING MICROSOFT WORD Learn the necessary features loaded in your computer and general settings that can be changed to fit your needs. Compare WordPad options (similar to Word 2003), learn to use the MS Word ribbon to create a document, change MS Word options, edit (copy, paste and cut) and create documents to fit your needs, including flyers, posters, business cards and greeting cards. Students must have completed Unconditionally, Categorically Beginning Computer levels 1 and 2 or have an understanding of basic computer functions including saving and retrieving files. (5 sessions) 7890 CDIS 87-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, April 19 to May 17 9-11 a.m. $95 Room V102 Santini

CREATING YOUR OWN WEBSITE In this fun and informative class, you will earn how create your own website. You will be guided through the steps to set up your site, be introduced to tools to make it interesting both content-wise and aesthetically, use eye-catching colors and fonts, understand how to share it with others and learn why having a website or webpage is useful. 7921 CDIS 38-001 Meets Friday, May 10 12-2 p.m. $20 Room T338

Grayslake Campus

Freeman

Current Events Great Decisions is an opportunity to study, discuss and share opinions about some of today’s complex foreign policy issues using articles provided by the Foreign Policy Association, an independent nonpartisan and non-governmental organization that has worked to educate the public about foreign policy issues since 1918. The eight topics for discussion in 2013 are Future of the Euro, Egypt, NATO, Myanmar and Southeast Asia, Humanitarian intervention, Iran, China in Africa, Threat assessment.

PART 1: FIRST FOUR TOPICS. Fee includes the Great Decisions briefing book. 7922 CDIS 55-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, February 8 to March 22 9:30-11:30 a.m. $85 Room R022 Midkiff

PART 2: LAST FOUR TOPICS. Fee does not include the briefing book. If joining the discussion at this point, please call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. 7923 CDIS 55-002 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, April 5 to May 17 9:30-11:30 a.m. $65 Room R022 Midkiff

MODERN ISRAEL (4 SESSIONS) “ELECTION FEVER” – CATCHING UP ON THE POLITICAL SCENE IN ISRAEL OVER THE PAST HALF YEAR Moshe Pomerantz will bring you up to date on how democracy works in Israel and how the election process influences the practical issues of governing Israel. There have been some major changes in the political scene in Israel with Kadimah in and then out of the coalition, with Ehud Olmert exonerated, and with the emergence of Yair Lapid’s new political party. Elections are scheduled for the fall of 2013 but can happen at any time, perhaps even before this session starts. MEET THE CANDIDATES – IN DEPTH PROFILE OF EACH OF THE MAJOR PLAYERS IN ISRAEL’S NEXT ELECTION CAMPAIGN Moshe Pomerantz will provide an introduction and the background of all of the major candidates for the Knesset in the run up to elections later in 2013. If a snap election occurs prior to the start of this class, this session will focus on the winners and the losers and what the makeup of the new government might mean to Israel’s next few years. Meet the candidates up close. LIVING TOGETHER AND LAUGHING ABOUT IT Join Moshe Pomerantz in looking at the tensions, the humor and sometimes the absurdity of Arab and Jew living together in Israel. The effort to try to see all citizens as equals while living daily with existential threats puts stress on the social fabric of the nation. Add to that differences in religion, culture and language and you have a sociological pressure cooker. Stories from the Israeli press and clips from the Israel blockbuster TV hit “Arab Labour” will help bring all of this into perspective. “MATINEE IDOL” – ISRAEL’S MOVIE ICONS It may not yet rival Hollywood or even Bollywood, but Israel has developed a thriving and high quality movie industry. Moshe Pomerantz takes you to the movies, with a first in a new series that looks at the superstars of Israeli cinema. This session will focus on Lior Ashkenazi who made an impact on American audiences in his role in the Israel film “Footnotes.” 7870 CDIS 13-001 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, February 26 to March 19 9:30-11:30 a.m. $64 Room R024 Pomerantz

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INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS, FOR HISTORY BUFFS: ASYMMETRIC WARFARE, DETERRENCE, AND RECENT US MILITARY CONFLICTS (3 SESSIONS) Political analyst Michael Zimmerman will present a sequence of three classes dealing with peace and war issues: asymmetric warfare and deterrence, plus a fresh look at Vietnam and other of America’s conflicts and wars since. Asymmetric warfare has always been in play. Today’s situation is extreme, with the single superpower challenged repeatedly by opponents with very different types and levels of influence and power. We’ll discuss this complex security topic. Deterrence became a focus of particular study during the U.S.-Soviet cold war, when use of nuclear weapons was a great danger. More recently, American defense planners have tried to apply deterrent strategies to the typically narrower in scope but still exceptionally dangerous conflicts of the international environment. We’ll discuss some issues involved, including how to deter non-state enemies with challenging characteristics. The U.S. withdrew from South Vietnam 40 years ago upon signing a peace accord with its opponent and soon saw its ally there overrun. Since then, the U.S. has engaged militarily in asymmetric campaigns in the Balkans, South Asia, the Middle East and elsewhere. While attitudes about America’s major military campaigns are frequently embedded, our understanding may gain from fresh looks at how conflicts were engaged and alternative approaches. The instructor served in the U.S. Army as a company grade officer with command duty on Korea’s DMZ. He earned degrees from MIT and London School of Economics and worked as a political analyst and business executive. He has been teaching international security affairs for several years.

Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude GENDER, APPEARANCE AND INEQUALITY After watching the film “Miss Representation” (2012), an in-depth look at how the media’s misrepresentations of women have led to a discriminatory and stereotypical portrayal of females in positions of power, we will discuss the impact of such images on people in their everyday interactions. We will take a multidisciplinary approach in examining the role of beauty in an institutional, cultural and interactional context, drawing on theories, concepts and research from psychology, sociology and anthropology, with the central binding theme of feminist theory. We will also address the role of economics and politics in shaping gender and definitions of beauty, examining how physical appearance overlaps with other, betterknown forms of inequality, such as those that result from sexism, racism, ageism and homophobia. 7888 CDIS 83-002 Meets Friday, March 1 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $16 Room V122

Southlake Campus

FROM SUFFRAGETTES TO ANGELA MERKEL: GERMAN WOMEN YESTERDAY AND TODAY Did you know that until the late 1950s a West-German husband was allowed by law to end his wife’s employment contract if he felt that her job was interfering with her “duties in household and marriage?” In the past five decades German women have indeed come a long way: Emancipation has reached Europe’s most populous nation full force, Germany is ruled by a female Chancellor, and the “Hausfrau” truly seems to be a relic of the past. Join German Historian Anette Isaacs as she discusses the changing roles of women throughout the 20th century and as she shares her insights into what it is like to be a woman in today’s German society. 7885 CDIS 77-001 Meets Thursday, April 18 1-3 p.m. $20 Room R024

Southlake Campus

Isaacs

Brostrom

GERMANY BEFORE THE ELECTION! Germany is preparing for an important election in September 2013 that will not only decide the Chancellor’s fate, but that of the entire European Union. Will Angela Merkel and her Christian Democratic party be able to stay at the helm of Europe’s most populous nation and its economic powerhouse? Or will her adversaries, the Social Democratic party, perhaps in a coalition with the environment friendly Green party, secure a win? What would be the ramifications of such a victory? Would a new Chancellor be as interested and dedicated in solving the Euro crisis? What would Germany’s domestic and foreign policies look like under a more liberal and social democratic leadership? Join German historian and political scientist Anette Isaacs for a fascinating discussion of these pressing and critical issues. 7886 CDIS 77-002 Meets Thursday, April 25 1-3 p.m. $20 Room R024

Southlake Campus

Isaacs

7889 CDIS 84-001 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, April 24 to May 8 1-3 p.m. $69 Room R024 Zimmerman

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Discovery! PRESIDENTIAL HISTORY (4 SESSIONS) The enormously popular series on the personal and family histories of the presidents continues with 4 new presentations! Andrew Jackson: The People’s President Grover Cleveland: An Honest President Jimmy Carter: The Moralist as President Ronald Reagan: The Transformational President 7881 CDIS 74-003 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Mondays, February 25 to March 18 7-8:30 p.m. $56 Room TBA Bradford

Film

History

MARILYN, AS YOU IMAGINE Marilyn Monroe was more talented than she thought and deserved better than she got, and this series will look at three of her films that should help prove it. We’ll look at a babysitter in bad shape and see one of the wonders of the world before Billy Wilder adds to the icon. (3 sessions) 7868 CDIS 5-001 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, March 4-18 1-3:30 p.m. $49 Room R024 Kupetz

SISTERS AND SAINTS IN THE CINEMA Religion and the cinema get another look in this series, which focuses on nuns who range from saints to, well, you’ll have to decide. Henry King examines a woman with a vision and Jennifer Jones with an Oscar in “Song of Bernadette,” and two other films continue to ask what happens when the movies get themselves to a nunnery. (3 sessions)

SLAVERY AND THE FOUNDING FATHERS “How is it that we hear the loudest yelps for liberty among the drivers of the Negroes?” observed a Brit in disgust during the American Revolution. He was correct: many of our most prominent founders were slaveholders. They were aware of the contradictions between their words and actions and agonized over it in small ways and great. This class is a comprehensive look at the African slave trade: its long history extending both east and west, its justification in the major religions of the day, the way in which it took root in North America and how it influenced both the founders and the Constitution that they wrote. (4 sessions)

THE FIRST AMENDMENT: LANGUAGE THAT PROVOKES, WORDS THAT WOUND (3 SESSIONS) Restrictions on the use of language have been with mankind for eons. The Hebrew Bible relates numerous examples of punishments to those making defamatory comments. Athenians who spoke “actionable words” found themselves subject to punishment. Centuries later, in England, the Common Law included impermissible speech. And while the First Amendment to our Constitution protects freedom of speech, this right, as with our forbearers, is not absolute, as numerous decisions of the Supreme Court have built walls around what can be spoken and what can be written.

7879 CDIS 74-001 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, February 6-27 9:30-11:30 a.m. $64 Room R024 Haworth

Over three presentations, attorney Melvin S. Merzon will present and discuss important decisions that have built walls around what can be spoken and what under our Constitution can be said or written. 1916: the right to distribute flyers to the public urging resistance to US participation in World War I 1983: the right to publish humiliating comments about prominent Americans

OVERLOOKED BY OSCAR The Best Actors Never to Win an Oscar The Best Actresses Never to Win an Oscar (2 sessions)

THE AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT: 1954 TO 1968 Rosa Parks did not randomly decide one day to sit at the front of the bus. She was interviewed, selected from a field of candidates, coached and supported by a team of lawyers already in place when she began her fateful bus ride. No one anticipated the social momentum that one event would generate. The American civil rights movement during this 15-year period is a long series of singular events which, when blended together, clearly demonstrate the power of a few people committed to justice. Join us for a four-part class that examines those people and those years. (4 sessions)

7887 CDIS 83-001 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Mondays, May 6-13 7-8:30 p.m. $28 Room TBA Bradford

7880 CDIS 74-002 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, February 18 to March 11 9:30-11:30 a.m. $64 Room R230 Midkiff

7869 CDIS 5-002 Meets Mondays, April 8-22 1-3:30 p.m. $49 Room R024

Southlake Campus

Kupetz

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1942: the right to challenge religious literature by means of offensive language uttered in public 1971: the right to purposely and publicly wear a garment imprinted with obscene language 1974: publishing false information charging criminal behavior about another person 1952: producing and showing a movie that is considered to be blasphemous and sacrilegious. 7875 CDIS 29-001 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, March 6-20 9:30-11:30 a.m. $54 Room R024 Merzon 29


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Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude

THE CIVIL WAR AT 150 (5 SESSIONS)

FREEDOM (3 SESSIONS)

1860/1861 – The Civil War Begins. The deadliest war in American history began in this tragic year. What are the roots of the war and how did the first months of the war shape what would happen next?

FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND THE PRESS: ORIGINS Directly in the middle of the uneasy intersection between national freedom and national security are the First Amendment guarantees to speech and the press. This class covers the origins of these two rights, from the English Commonwealth Men and the French Enlightenment down through the early years of the American Republic, when our nation struggled to decide if freedom was too costly.

1862 – Both Sides Dig In. The full brutality of the war became apparent in 1862 as each side dug in for what would be a long and deadly conflict. 1863 – The Deadliest Year. With the Battle of Gettysburg at its core, 1863 was a tremendously bloody year and focused the U.S. on an uncertain future. 1864 – The South on the Defensive. Lincoln appointed Ulysses S Grant to head the armies and the Confederacy’s fate was sealed. Sherman’s march to the sea and the burning of Atlanta are just one part of the year that would see tremendous bloodshed and, amazingly, a presidential election in the middle of the Civil War. 1865 – The Year That Changed America. Under General Grant, the U.S. Army triumphed – and then when the worst seemed to be over, Lincoln was murdered. 7882 CDIS 74-004 Patty Turner Senior Center Meets Mondays, April 1-29 7-8:30 p.m. $70 Room TBA Bradford

FREEDOM OF RELIGION: ORIGINS In the mid-1600s, the notion of freedom of religion was considered a dangerous one, possibly even a treasonous one. Just over 100 years later it was embraced in the United States as a fundamental human right. This is the challenging, sometimes raucous story of that transformation.

OVERLOOKED AMERICANS – CHAPTER 3 Chapter 1 looked at 16 overlooked Americans including Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Earl Warren. Chapter 2 looked at another 16 overlooked Americans including Jim Thorpe and George Patton. Chapter 3 will introduce us to another set of 16 Americans you should know more about, including General Billy Mitchell and Washington Roebling. Join us for a four-part class that will once again select overlooked Americans across our 237 year history. (4 sessions) 7884 CDIS 74-006 Meets Mondays, April 8-29 9:30-11:30 a.m. $64 Room R230

Southlake Campus

Midkiff

Languages

THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS: ORIGINS What are the origins of the Second Amendment? Do they shed any light on our current nation discussion over the right to bear arms? This class will examine the background of this amendment, the purposes that the first Congress had in including it in the Constitution and the lasting influence of the Founders’ intent.

CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH I The beauty of the French language will come alive for you. This course will cover basic grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and conversation. The course is designed for those who have never studied French or who have had limited exposure to the language. A textbook is required.

7883 CDIS 74-005 Southlake Campus Meets Wednesdays, April 3-April 17 9:30-11:30 a.m. $48 Room R024 Haworth

7941 CLNG 20-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, February 13 to March 20 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH II A continuation of Conversational French I, this course covers fundamentals of the language necessary for understanding, speaking and reading French. Students gain practice in pronunciation from dialogues and short situational role playing. A textbook is required. Prerequisite: Equivalent of Conversational French I. 7942 CLNG 21-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, April 10 to May 15 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

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Discovery! ABSOLUTELY BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW Want to learn conversational Hebrew but have absolutely no background in the language? This easy, enjoyable course is for you whether you want to learn conversational Hebrew for travel or just for fun. The emphasis will be on conversation but you will also learn the Hebrew alphabet (with English and Hebrew letters) and expand your knowledge of Hebrew culture. 7669 CLNG 24-201 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays, February 7 to April 18 9:30-11 a.m. $115 Room R024 Pomerantz

CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW I If you have some background in learning the Hebrew language but want to learn conversational Hebrew, this intensive, five-week class is for you. Building on your previous experience the twice a week “immersion” format help you improve your speaking and reading skills and prepare you for travel, conversation with friends and family or personal academic study. 7670 CLNG 25-201 Southlake Campus Meets Thursdays and Fridays, February 7 to March 8 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. $115 Room R024 Pomerantz

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN I This is an introduction to the Italian language and culture using simple conversational patterns and phrases. Students will learn basic Italian vocabulary and phrases to deal with everyday situations. The course is designed to help a beginning Italian speaker converse comfortably. A textbook is required. 7947 CLNG 15-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, February 11 to March 18 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN II This is a continuation of Conversational Italian I. The class focuses on using common phrases, grammar and vocabulary to further enhance speaking and communication skills. A textbook is required. 7948 CLNG 16-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Mondays, April 8 to May 13 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

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Parlez-vous français? Additional language classes are offered in the evenings at the Grayslake and Southlake campuses. See page 7 or call (847) 543-2022 for more information.

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN III Conversational Italian III is designed to help you speak comfortably in Italy, whether you are ordering in a restaurant or trying to find your way back to a hotel. General conversations will be covered using basic grammar and vocabulary knowledge that you've acquired in the prerequisite courses of Conversational Italian I and II. A textbook is required. 7949 CLNG 17-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Fridays, February 15 to March 22 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $115 Room E124 Pavlos

ABSOLUTELY BEGINNING SPANISH I If high school Spanish classes are only a dim memory or you have absolutely no experience learning Spanish, this class is for you. Begin to learn the Spanish language and culture through simple conversational patterns and the application of basic Spanish vocabulary. Start conversing immediately and build your vocabulary. Students should consult with the teacher about subsequent classes. A textbook is required. 7954 CLNG 1-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, February 20 to March 20 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $115 Room E125 Mombille 7956 CLNG 1-021 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, February 4 to March 4 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $115 Room R024 Mombille

CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH I Introduces the Spanish language and culture through simple conversational patterns. Geared toward immediate spoken use of basic Spanish vocabulary used in everyday situations. A textbook is required. 7958 CLNG 2-003 Grayslake Campus Meets Wednesdays, April 3 to May 1 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $115 Room E125 Mombille 7959 CLNG 2-022 Southlake Campus Meets Mondays, March 11 to April 15 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $115 Room R024 Mombille

Literature WOMEN WRITERS OF THE 20TH CENTURY For centuries, women writers were not included in any list of outstanding authors, but not so for the 20th century when female authors abounded. We will highlight the following: a screenwriter, a novelist, a short story writer and a poet. Also featured: Virginia Woolf ’s essay “What if Shakespeare Had a Sister?” Please read the following ahead of class for the best possible experience: “The Piano” by Jane Campion, “The Joy Luck Club” by Amy Tan and the short story, “The Jilting of Granny Weatherall” by Katherine Anne Porter. (4 sessions) 7894 CDIS 97-001 Meets Fridays, March 1-22 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. $64 Room V232

Southlake Campus

Stephens

MINORITY VOICES IN LITERATURE Some of the most poignant stories in American literature deal with the struggles of minorities. Since we are a nation of immigrants, these stories resonate with most of us and provide inspiring tales of perseverance. Please read these books ahead of class for the best possible discussion. “The Invisible Wall” by Harry Bernstein, “The Bluest Eye” by Toni Morrison, “Where Courage is Like a Wild Horse” by Sharon Skolnick and “The House on Mango Street” by Sandra Cisneros. (4 sessions) 7895 CDIS 97-002 Meets Fridays, March 1-22 1:30-3:30 p.m. $64 Room R230

Southlake Campus

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Discovery!

Photography

JULIUS CAESAR Though often accused of being cold and colorless, Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” is also often regarded as one of Shakespeare’s most accessible works. Few of Shakespeare’s plays have been more frequently performed on stage and studied in school. Retired theatre and film professor Robert Coscarelli will provide a historical overview of the play, and a discussion of its characters and basic themes in preparation for viewing the Chicago Shakespeare Theater production. 7896 CDIS 97-003 Meets Monday, March 18 9:30-11:30 a.m. $16 Room R230

Southlake Campus

Coscarelli

THE JOY OF MUSIC BY LEONARD BERNSTEIN What book inspired Laurel Kaiser to begin her decade long “Joy of Music Series” for the Discovery! Program at CLC? Read this book and come discuss why you love classical music. This classic work is perhaps Bernstein’s finest collection of conversations on the meaning and wonder of music. This book is a must for all music fans who wish to experience music more fully and deeply through one of the most inspired, and inspiring, music intellects of our time. Employing the creative device of “Imaginary Conversations” in the first section of his book, Bernstein illuminates the importance of the symphony in America, the greatness of Beethoven and the art of composing. The book also includes a photo section and a third section with the transcripts from his televised Omnibus music series, including Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, The World of Jazz, Introduction to Modern Music and What Makes Opera Grand. Most libraries have a copy of this book. It can be purchased on Amazon.com for around $15. 7897 CDIS 97-004 Meets Friday, May 10 9:30-11:30 a.m. $18 Room R024

BEGINNING WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA Just got a digital camera? Need help setting it up and using it? The ease and fun of digital are about to begin! Learn how to set up your camera to capture interesting photos and gain some simple tips for good photographs. See instant results in class. Bring your digital camera, fully charged batteries and camera manual. Participants must provide an adjustable digital camera (have a manual (M) setting -- be able to change shutter speed manually, lens aperture/f-stop, ISO, etc.), either a point-and-shoot or one with interchangeable lenses (DSLR).

Southlake Campus

Kaiser

7775 CPTO 20-021 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, February 12 to March 12 12:15-3:15 p.m. $175 Room R024 Nettelhorst

Music Appreciation LA BOHEME OPERA LECTURE Laurel Kaiser, our opera expert, will introduce you to the music of the opera with a two hour lecture preceding the tour. Lecture is 9-11a.m., and the tour begins at noon. Sign up for one or both! 7935 CDIS 1-002 Meets Friday, March 15 9-11 a.m. $18 Room R024

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LAUREL’S LIST: The Ravishing Rs! -- Rossini, Respighi and Rodriguez. All Latin lovers, (two of them Italian, one Spanish) with distinctly different styles. Rossini, of course, is known for his classical bel canto operas and overtures. Respighi, born a decade after Rossini’s death, infused pre-classical styles with the Romantic style well into the 20th century. And Rodriguez, born at the turn of the century, just missing the opportunity to also welcome the 21st century, became one of the most wellknown Spanish composers for his unlikely concerto for guitar and orchestra. Why are their compositions on Laurel’s list of 100 compositions to hear in your lifetime? Find out why in this three-week session, open to all with a love for classical music. (3 sessions) 7867 CDIS 1-001 Meets Fridays, April 12-26 9:30-11:30 a.m. $49 Room R024

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DESIGNING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS Learn to design images, not just take pictures. Enhance your awareness of subjects, tap into your creativity and learn how to see and compose photographs. Be part of interactive photo exercises and projects. To the first class, bring five samples of your photography in JPG file format on a USB drive or CD. Requirement: Participants must provide an adjustable digital camera (have a manual (M) setting -- be able to change shutter speed manually, lens aperture/f-stop, ISO, etc.), either a point-and-shoot or one with interchangeable lenses (DSLR). Past students are invited to repeat the course. No class on the following dates: 3/26, 4/16, 4/23 and 4/30. 7777 CPTO 25-021 Southlake Campus Meets Tuesdays, March 19 to May 21 12:15-3:15 p.m. $195 Room R024 Nettelhorst

Southlake Campus

Kaiser QUESTIONS? CALL THE DISCOVERY! HOTLINE AT (847) 543-6507


Discovery! PHOTOGRAPHING IN NATURE Would you like to shoot better nature pictures? This three-Saturday class is for those who want hands-on fun with their camera. The course consists of two days, each with some classroom activities followed by a drive to a scenic location to practice what we’ve learned. Instructor coaching is provided in the field as you work with your camera. The shortened third day involves sharing images from the second field trip with instructor feedback. To the first class bring five samples of your photography in JPG file format on a USB flash drive or CD. Please bring water and a sack lunch with a beverage to each class. Requirements: For the first two classes, participants must bring a tripod and an adjustable digital camera (have a manual (M) setting - be able to change the shutter speed manually, lens aperture/f-stop, ISO, etc.). Students must provide their own transportation to the field location. 7773 CPTO 11-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, May 4-11 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, May 18 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. $195 Room E125 Nettelhorst

Looking to take your photography skills to the next level? Evening photography classes are also available at the Grayslake campus. See page 10 or call (847) 543-2022 for more information.

Defensive Driving Class for Insurance Discounts for Seniors The National Safety Council Defensive Driving course could result in a reduction of your auto insurance premium. It’s designed to provide drivers with the latest information about safe driving techniques to prevent collisions and traffic violations. Specific topics include proper scanning, seat belts and air bags, drinking and driving, conditions of driving, speeding, right-of-way procedures, proper turning, passing techniques and aggressive driving. You’re advised to consult your insurance agency to see if this four-hour course will satisfy its requirement for a senior citizen insurance discount. The cost is $25 for seniors taking the class for insurance purposes only. You may register for a class at a location near you by calling (847) 543-2185 or (847) 543-2101.

Cell Phone Users:* • Are 4 times more likely to be involved in a crash that involves injury • Are 4 times more likely to be involved in a crash that involves property damage • Are 75% more likely to commit a traffic violation Don’t become a statistic. Enroll in an award-winning defensive driving class to protect your life and your family’s. To register, visit: www.clc-judicialservices.eventbrite.com

On the road, Off the phone. *Statistics from the National Safety Council

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Discovery! Admission Form

Admission

10. MAILING ADDRESS:

1. STUDENT STATUS ❏ Never attended CLC ❏ Returning to CLC, enter 7-digit Student ID (if known) _____________________________________

_____________________________________________________ Number and Street

2. COMPLETE LEGAL NAME: ______________________________________________________ (First)

(Last)

If you have a different address for the purpose of receiving mail you may list it below. You must also list your home address in question 8.

(Middle)

_____________________________________________________ City or Town

______________________________________________________

3. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (REQUIRED):

State & Zip Code

_________________ – _________ – _______________ 11. TELEPHONE: 4. GENDER:

❏ Male

❏ Female PREFERRED PHONE NUMBER:

5. DATE OF BIRTH: ________ /________ /________ Day Year Month (REQUIRED)

❏ HOME ❏ CELL ❏ WORK

Home: ( _________ ) __________ – __________________ Area Code

Telephone Number

6. CITIZEN / VISA STATUS: Cell: Are you a U.S. Citizen ❏ YES

( _________ ) __________ – __________________

❏ NO

Area Code

If no, what is your status in the U.S.? ❏ Immigrant (Permanent Resident) ❏ Student Visa (F-1) ❏ Other (please indicate type if known): _____________________________________ If on a Visa, what is your home country of origin?

Telephone Number

Work: ( _________ ) __________ – __________________ Area Code

Telephone Number

12. E-MAIL ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________ 13. WILL ATTEND CLC BEGINNING:

______________________________________________________

(Year) __________________

7. ETHNIC / RACIAL DESCRIPTION: Are you a Hispanic or Latino ❏ YES

❏ Fall (August-December)

❏ NO

Are you from one or more of the following racial groups? ❏ Asian or Pacific lslander ❏ Black Non-Hispanic ❏ American Indian or ❏ White Non-Hispanic Alaskan Native ❏ Choose not to respond Which of the above-noted racial groups is your primary group? ______________________________________________________ 8. HOME ADDRESS: Must be listed to document legal residence for tuition assessment and state reporting purposes:

❏ Spring (January-May) ❏ Summer (June-July) 14. CERTIFICATION: I understand that withholding information requested on this application or giving false information may make me ineligible for admission to the College or subject to dismissal. With this in mind, I certify that the above statements are correct and complete. (Your signature and date are required before CLC can process this application.) The College of Lake County affirms and adheres to a policy of equal opportunity in all aspects of education and employment.

______________________________________________________ Number and Street

______________________________________________________ City or Town

______________________________________________________ State & Zip Code

9. RESIDENCY: ❏ I have / ❏ I have not been a resident of Lake County for 30 days prior to the first day of the semester in which I intend to enroll.

______________________________________________________ Signature

______________________________________________________ Date

MAIL TO: College of Lake County Attn: Admissions and Records 19351 West Washington Street Grayslake, Illinois 60030-1198 FAX:

(847) 543-3061

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Lake County and Grayslake Campus Maps

Section Maps

College of Lake County Locations 1

GRAYSLAKE CAMPUS 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL 60030 (847) 543-2022

2

LAKESHORE CAMPUS 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 543-2191

3

SOUTHLAKE CAMPUS 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills, IL 60061 (847) 543-6502 / Discovery! Hotline (847) 543-6507

2 1

4

Community Locations 4

LAKE FOREST/LAKE BLUFF SENIOR CENTER 100 East Old Mill Road, Lake Forest, IL 60045 (847) 234-2209

5

PATTY TURNER CENTER 375 Elm Street, Deerfield, IL 60015 (847) 940-4010

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Grayslake Campus — 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake BUILDINGS A, B, & C — D— E— H— JLC — L— T— 4— 7— HST —

Administrative/Faculty Offices & Classrooms Administrative/Faculty Offices, Classrooms & Child Care Center Job Center of Lake County Ornamental Horticulture James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts Theatres, Classrooms, and Box Office Library/Learning Resource Center Technology Wing Adult Education Physical Education Center Lake County High Schools Technology Campus

PARKING Student parking spaces are available in lots 2-6. Disabled students with proper vehicle identification may park in any “disabled parking” space in lots 1 & 7. Otherwise, lots 1, 7 & 8 are restricted to Staff Only (permits required).

Admissions and Records (B101) is normally open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Friday. The Grayslake Bookstore, located in the lower level of the C Wing, is open 7:45 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.

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Maps

Lakeshore and Southlake Campus Maps

Lakeshore Campus

Southlake Campus

1 North, 33 North & 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan

1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills

BUILDINGS

BUILDINGS GRAND AVENUE

■ 111 North Genesee (North Building):

111 North Genesee (North Building)

Parking Lot D & CLC Parking

MADISON

■ 1 North Genesee: Adult Education Classrooms

GENESEE STREET

Administration Bookstore Campus Police Childcare Classrooms

CLAYTON STREET

33 North Genesee (South Building)

1 North Genesee Building

SHERIDAN ROAD

■ 33 North Genesee (South Building):

NORTH

Parking City Lot & CLC Parking

WASHINGTON STREET

■ Building R: Classrooms Distance Learning Room Center for Health and Wellness Promotion

TO ROUTE 60

PARKING

EN TER EN TER

V Building

R Building PORT CLINTON

ROUTE 45

ROUTE 21 - MILWAUKEE AVENUE

Classrooms Community Development Computer Labs Dental Hygiene Clinic Learning Assistance Center (LAC) Student Services Center

■ Building V: Campus & Student Support Center Bookstore Classrooms and Computer Labs Conference Area Glass-Enclosed Student Lounge/Atrium Open Computer Lab Science Laboratory Discovery! Center for Personal Enrichment Library / Learning Assistance Center Green Roofing

NORTH

JAMESTOWN LANE

OLDE HALF DAY

PARKING

PARKING

Parking spaces are available for Lakeshore Campus students in the municipal garage behind the building.

There are no parking restrictions at the Southlake Campus other than “disabled only” spaces in the south lot.

Lakeshore Campus

Southlake Campus

Admission and registration services at the Student Services Center (N211) are open 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.

Admission and registration services are available in the Campus and Student Support Center (V130). Hours of operation are 8 a.m-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.

The Lakeshore Bookstore (S116) is open 8 a.m.8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.

The Southlake Bookstore (V134) is open 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Friday.

For more information, call (847) 543-2189. For more information, call (847) 543-6502.

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Online learning – anytime, anywhere The Center for Personal Enrichment offers a variety of online courses for all ages.

Both instructor-led and self-paced classes are offered.

Courses include:

Instructor-Led Classes • Most courses meet for six weeks (12 lessons)

• Introduction to Biology

• Classes begin Dec. 12, Jan. 16, Feb. 20, March 20, April 17 or May 15 • Priced as low as $99

• Beginning Keyboarding with FasType

• Introduction to Chemistry • Managing Life as a Single Parent • Navigating Divorce

Self-paced Tutorials • Start when you want • Self-directed courses – you set the pace • Priced as low as $99

Online learning anytime, anywhere…. just a click away! • Expert instructors • Affordable • 24/7 access • Save on gas and travel time • Learn from the comfort of your home

• Mac, iPhone and iPad Programming • Introduction to Screen Writing • Introduction to Interior Design • Introduction to Guitar • High School Credit Recovery • Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking • Publish and Sell your E-Books

Visit www.ed2go.com/clc for the complete course list and registration information. Or call (847) 543-2022 for more information.


INTERESTED IN “GOING GREEN”? LOOK FOR THESE CLASSES:

Recreation and Outdoors Nature Hikes: Winter to Spring Scenic Nature Hikes:Birding Nature Hikes: Spring

Avocations/Hobbies Beekeeping 101 Beekeeping Field Study

Gardening/Landscaping

Being Green Reduce. Reuse. Upcycle. Simplify and Save “It’s Easy Being Green” Mystery Tour

Rain Garden & Prairie Planting Garden Design 101 Soil & Composting Basics Backyard Habitats Minimal Maintenance Methods

Explore and learn with other interested adults and knowledgeable instructors during these fun and interesting day trips.

La Boheme Opera Tour

Julius Caesar

Triple D’Tour –

Friday, March 15

Thursday, March 21

Exploring Chicago’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Looking at Great Chicago Architecture Tour

“It’s Easy Being Green” Mystery Tour

Tuesday, March 19

Thursday, April 4

Saturday, April 13

Sacred Space Field Trip Thursday, May 9

Turn to pages 14 and 24 for details about these day trips.


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ECRWSS RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER

November 2012 – Volume 18, No. 6

Lifelong Learning ADULTS

CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS FOR ALL AGES

Still Life in Oils (page 1)

Reduce. Reuse. Upcycle. (page 6)

YOUTH Beginning STEM Grades 3-5 (page 19)

Introduction to Chemistry Grades 7-8 (page 19)

50+ Triple D’Tour: Exploring Chicago’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (page 24)

Women Writers of the 20th Century (page 31)

ONLINE CLASSES (page 15)

Looking for career and workforce courses? Visit wpdi.clcillinois.edu


Personal Enrichment Spring 2013 Class Schedule