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Continuing & Professional education Summer 2010 Schedule of Classes Kangaroo Outback Page 3

Summer Circus Spectacular Page 4

Junior Golf for Beginners Page 5

Photoshop Fakery Page 6

Once Upon an Artist Page 6

Horseback Riding Page 7

Spanish Adventure Page 9

The Mad Scientist Page 10

Kitchen Showdown Page 11

LEGO Robotics Page 11

Exterior Home Repair Page 14

Ballroom Dancing Page 14

It’s what you know.

www.lc.edu/ccl Permit No. 18 Godfrey, IL 5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey, Illinois 62035–2466

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By phone.

Call the main campus Enrollment Center at 618.468.7000 (8am–4:30pm Mon–Fri), the N.O. Nelson Campus at 618.656.8800, or any Community Education Center (9am–5pm Mon–Thurs, 9am–2pm Fri). Payment must be made by credit card.

 By mail.

Mail the completed registration form (on page 19) along with full payment to: Enrollment Center, Lewis and Clark Community College, 5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, IL 62035.

 In person.

Staff Have a question about how to enroll? Need help choosing a class? Interested in becoming an instructor? Have a new course idea? Tom Monroe Dean Workforce, Corporate & Community Learning 618.468.5700 twmonroe@lc.edu

Carla Coury Director Corporate & Community Learning 618.468.5710 ccoury@lc.edu

Sally Koval

Bring completed registration form and full payment to the main campus Enrollment Center, the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville, or any Community Education Center.

Assistant Director Corporate & Community Learning 618.468.5720 skoval@lc.edu

Katie Sledge

 By fax.

Fax completed registration form with credit card information to 618.656.9515.

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Coordinator 618.468.5750 ksledge@lc.edu

Marla Wagner Coordinator 618.468.5600 mwagner@lc.edu

Kathy Conlee Coordinator 618.468.5760 kconlee@lc.edu

Don Hill

Exploration & Adventure.................3

Language & Literature....................9

Magic & Performing Arts.................4

Math & Science............................10

Fun & Recreation............................5

Kids in the Kitchen........................ 11

Athletic Camps...............................5

Technology................................... 11

Art & Photography..........................6

LEGO Robotics............................. 11

Division Assistant 618.468.5701 dcreal@lc.edu

Kids Swim.......................................6

Meet the Instructors......................12

Becky Moore

Horseback Riding...........................7

Classes by Location.....................13

Music & Dance...............................8

Classes by Age.............................13

Specialist 618.468.5717 bmoore@lc.edu

Coordinator 618.468.5780 dhill@lc.edu

Deborah Creal

June McIver

So You Want To Be A… . ................9

Classes for Adults........................................ 14

Assistant 618.468.5715 jmciver@lc.edu

Personal Enrichment....................14

Going Green.................................15

Dawn Zedolek

Health & FItness...........................15

Active Retirement.........................15

Assistant 618.468.5725 dzedolek@lc.edu

For People on the Go...........................16 & 17 Continuing Professional Education............ 18 Massage Therapy.........................18

Workplace Safety.........................18

Registration................................................... 19

Mission Statement

To empower people by raising aspirations and fostering achievement through dynamic, compassionate, and responsible learning experiences. Lewis and Clark Community College insures equal opportunities are offered in the admission, education, and employment of individuals regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, color, creed or religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, military status, sexual orientation, and other protected categories. Any inquiries concerning the application of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination Act, and the Illinois Human Rights Act may be made to: Gary Ayres, Vice President of Administration and Community Services, Erickson Hall, Room 103, Lewis and Clark Community College, Godfrey, IL 62035, or 618.468.3000.

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Amy Kozlowski Clerk 618.468.5787 cso@lc.edu Continuing Professional Development Units (CPDUs) for Educators Lewis and Clark Community College is an approved provider of CPDUs for courses and workshops sanctioned by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) for the purpose of teacher recertification. To receive documentation of participation, educators will need to complete a CPDU registration form prior to the start of class. CPDU credit is available for both traditional and online courses. For more information, call Carla at 618.468.5710 or e–mail ccoury@lc.edu.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) To meet the continuing education requirements related to your profession, CEUs may be granted for qualifying non–credit courses. For other classes, Lewis and Clark can document your clock–hour participation. In order to receive documentation of participation, you will need to complete the CEU registration form prior to the start of class which may be obtained by calling 618.468.5710 or e–mailing ccoury@lc.edu.


College for Kids Exploration & Adventure Lewis & Clark Junior Explorers For ages 9 to 11

Here is your chance to join the Lewis and Clark Expedition and become a full–fledged member of the Junior Explorers. Learn the history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition by training at Camp River Dubois, their first Winter Encampment. Applicants should be prepared to train as a member of the Expedition by bettering their frontier skills, learning to serve in the US Army in 1803–04, preparing their own meals, making a journal, mending their uniform, identifying various native plants and animals and many more tasks. This week–long camp will be held at the Lewis and Clark State Historic Site –– inside the interpretive center and in the historic replica of Camp River Dubois. Junior Corps Members should report to Camp River Dubois on June 21!

Kangaroo Outback

World Travelers

River Island Adventure II

G’day mates! Journey down under as we explore the Australian Outback through literature, art, recreation, music and more! We will learn about wildlife found in the outback such as kangaroos, koalas and dingoes and make our own outback themed snacks including boomerangs and kookaburra squares. This week is sure to be awesome!

Grab your passport and let’s begin our tour around the world! In this fun–filled, interactive class young travelers will explore a different country each day learning about cultures, traditions and history through stories, crafts, games and snacks. The itinerary for this tour includes stops in Mexico, Egypt, Australia, Italy and China!

Spend the day exploring the great outdoors with real Park Rangers! Kids will learn how to use a GPS unit and search for geocached treasures. They will learn how to catch and release fish with a seining net, enjoy a cookout for lunch, go kayaking and much more. Be prepared to get wet and dirty in this new all–day camp at the Environmental Learning Center on the banks of the Mississippi River.

For ages 4 to 6

CECK–158–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3525

Gloria Darr

The Globe Trotters For ages 4 to 6

Museum Staff

Little Sprouts

CECK–159–N1 $99 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0101

For ages 4 to 6

Join us for a fun–filled week as we get dirty and explore the garden world around us. Fun will sprout up everyday as we learn about garden plants and animals through art, literature, science, games and more! We will also dig up some neat snacks every day. CECK–119–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3525

Gloria Darr

Dino–Mite Dinos For ages 4 to 6

Hey kids! You will really dig this class as we journey to the land of the dinosaurs. We will learn dino facts through stories, games, music, art and other hands–on activities. We will also make our own dino–mite snacks. You won’t want to miss this exciting expedition! CECK–155–N1 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0101

CECK–183–N1 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0101

Connie Stilwell

Young travelers will explore the world in this action–packed adventure! On an imaginary trip around the globe we will trot from one continent to another, learning about different cultures along the way. We will explore a different country each day through language, art, stories, music and food.

CECK–112–F01 $59 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 8:30AM–3:30PM Hartford, L&C Historic Camp River Dubois

For ages 7 to 9

Stream Team

Vera Bojic

Can kids do anything to help protect our planet Earth? Absolutely! In this hands– on camp, kids will explore eco–friendly adventures like recycling, conserving water, composting leftovers and reducing garbage. Through various art projects, experiments and interactive stories, kids will learn about simple things they can do to help protect the environment. They will even get to make their own composting bottle using real worms!

Connie Stilwell

Want to splash around in a local stream? Then put on your rubber boots and join the team! Led by RiverWatch Program Coordinator, Vera Bojic, explorers will hike China Creek, test its water quality, collect and examine a myriad of water critters such as dragonflies and crayfish, and make important discoveries about nature and our watershed! Back on dry land, we will travel around the world to learn about global water issues and select an international water project to support. CECK–134–01 $49 Mon–Thu Jun 7–10 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 0101

For ages 7 to 9

CECK–185–N1 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0101

Gloria Darr

For ages 9 to 11

Eco–Friendly Kids

River Island Adventure I For ages 9 and 10

Spend the day exploring the great outdoors with real Park Rangers! Kids will learn how to use a GPS unit and search for geocached treasures. They will learn how to catch and release fish with a seining net, enjoy a cookout for lunch, go kayaking and much more. Be prepared to get wet and dirty in this new all–day camp at the Environmental Learning Center on the banks of the Mississippi River. CECK–141–F01 $55 Wed Jul 21 9AM–4PM National Great Rivers Museum

Erin Volkmann Presented in partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers

For ages 11 and 12

CECK–241–F01 $55 Wed Jun 23 9AM–4PM National Great Rivers Museum

Erin Volkmann Presented in partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers

Make Believe For ages 2 to 5

Come join us in the land of make believe! Knights and princesses, cowboys and cowgirls and community helpers will all come to life in this imaginary world of fun. Instructor Joan Lunemann will be your guide into a world of dress up and pretend that will not soon be forgotten. CECK–144–F01 $39 Tue/Wed/Thu Jul 13/14/15 The Children’s Museum

9:30–10:30AM

Joan Lunemann Presented in partnership with The Children’s Museum

Kindergarten Kamp For ages 3 to 5

Review the alphabet, numbers, colors and shapes in a fun day camp especially for preschoolers and Kindergarteners. Everyone will practice writing their name, learn classroom etiquette, sing songs, play games and much more. In Kindergarten Kamp, getting ready for school is 1–2–3 days of fun! CECK–173–N1 $49 Tue/Wed/Thu Jul 20/21/22 9:30–10:30AM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

Joan Lunemann Presented in partnership with The Children’s Museum

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Magic & Performing Arts Summer Circus Spectacular For ages 6 to 12

Shining Stars For ages 4 to 6

Do you want to be a STAR? From making costumes to creating scenery, aspiring kids will learn the operation of producing and presenting a class play. The class will take a classic fairy tale and give it a “new twist” by turning it into a musical drama. Parents, the curtain goes up on Friday and you won’t want to miss it. This is sure to be a smash hit! CECK–100–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3525

Welcome to the Big Top! Circus is a global phenomenon, and now is your chance to be part of it. This circus skills camp emphasizes fun and teamwork so that everyone will feel like the star of the show! Learn the ancient Chinese arts of diabolo, plate spinning and rolla bolla. Learn acrobatic skills from around the world like walking on stilts, unicycling, juggling, clowning and much more! Learn the geographic origins and languages of these unique performing arts. The camp ends with students performing a circus show for family and friends. CECK–132–01 $199 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 9AM–3PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0141

A Story a Day

Make a Play in 5 Days I

This new interactive theater class for kindergartners brings story time to life! Favorite tales will go from the page to the stage with props, costumes, sound effects and make up. Key concepts including problem solving, communication and teamwork will be enhanced as young stars learn how to act out popular stories. Each child will play an important role in the presentation to an audience of parents, grandparents and siblings at the end of the week. For students who have completed kindergarten.

This new theater arts camp has all the ingredients to cook up a good play – one part silly scenery, one part colorful costumes and one part wacky props. What’s missing? Your part! Using a script adaptation from the classic folktale “Stone Soup,” students will rehearse and perform a short play, complete with basic production elements. Come one, come all to the presentation on Friday! For students who have completed grades 3 or 4.

For Kindergarteners

CECK–191–F01 $119 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 9AM–12PM Edwardsville, Liberty Middle School

Cynthia Harper

Presented in partnership with Abra–Kid–Abra

For ages 7 to 13

So You Want to Be a Magician For ages 8 to 12

Learn rope tricks from India! Card tricks from the Wild West! Handkerchief magic from Japan and comedy magic from the Moscow circus! These are just a few of the tricks young magicians learn in Abra–Kid–Abra’s all new magic camp. Kids will get their own magic box full of tricks to take home and show their family each day. Parents: not only will campers develop their presentation skills and build confidence, but they will have loads of fun learning comedy skits, balloon art, magic puzzles and more! A performance for family and friends will be held on the last day of camp. CECK–133–01 $139 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0141

CECK–156–01 $195 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 9AM–4PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 156

Helen Hoepfner

Beyond the Spotlight For ages 12 and up

Young performers will explore and perform different styles of acting from around the world! Greek Tragedy, Commedia Dell Arte, Shakespearean, Virtuosity, and Epic/ Asian style are just some of the different techniques you will encounter as you travel from old to new and exciting theatre! As you experience different styles of acting, through a variety of group and individual activities, you will learn essential verbal and nonverbal communication skills, enhance your physical awareness onstage and off, and increase focus and determination. On Friday, you’ll take the stage for a performance in front of family and friends and celebrate your success at the Cast Party!

CECK–133–M1 $139 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM Carlinville, Macoupin County Center 112

Presented in partnership with Abra–Kid–Abra

Cynthia Harper

Take the Show on the Road! Grades 1 & 2

The Make Believe Travel Agency offers daily departures to destinations unknown! This new theater arts camp is your ticket to fun. Using key concepts such as problem solving, communication and teamwork, students will develop a story line through spontaneous suggestions and interaction with director, tour guide and instructor Cynthia Harper. A presentation will be given at the end of the week to an audience of parents, grandparents and siblings. For students who have completed grades 1 or 2. CECK–192–F01 $119 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM Edwardsville, Liberty Middle School

Cynthia Harper

Broadway

Helen Hoepfner

Junior Series

Meet the Instructors their presentation skills and their confidence by teaching after–school enrichment classes and summer camps. Curriculum areas include magic, juggling, animal balloons, circus skills, and comedy. Abra–Kid–Abra founder, Jeff Lefton, has performed and taught magic professionally in the great St. Louis area since 1969.

Cynthia Harper is an Arts-in-Education

specialist with over 25 years experience developing theatre programming for children and young people. She is working on her Master of Fine Arts degree in Theatre with Acting and Directing emphasis at Lindenwood University. She specializes in creating original, developmentally appropriate materials to accommodate different learning styles.

School House Rock Live! Jr. For ages 6 to 11

Award winning dramaturg and teacher Helen Hoepfner graduated from Oklahoma University School of Drama with a master’s degree in Theatre History and dramaturgy in 2008. She has been working as a playwright in the St. Louis area, and her short play, Room 518, Please was awarded Best in Ten at Carpenter Square Theatre.

Chris Eubank (EdD-ABD, MME,

BME) is Professor of Music Education at SIUE and instructor at Lewis and Clark Community College, and has conducted choirs and directed musicals for the past 18 years. Students from kindergarten through college love learning from this multifaceted performer in musical theater with experience in choreography, costumes, make-up, props, and set design.

Make a Play in 5 Days II

CEC–194–F01 $119 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 1–4PM Edwardsville, Liberty Middle School

CECK–256–01 $195 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–4PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 156

Abra–Kid–Abra helps kids develop

Cynthia Harper

Come join the cast of “The Silly Carp,” a fish tale of epic proportions! In just five days, students will use a script adaptation from the classic folktale to rehearse and perform a short play, complete with basic production elements like costumes and props. Parents, grandparents and siblings won’t want to miss the presentation on Friday!

CECK–132–F01 $199 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 9AM–3PM Edwardsville, Liberty Middle School

Want to explore the exciting world of acting? Spend a fun–filled week learning the basics of Second City Improv, Alexander Technique, music and movement as you discover your talents in this acting camp designed for beginners. Through a variety of group and individual activities you will learn essential verbal and nonverbal communication skills, enhance your physical awareness onstage and off, and increase focus and determination. On Friday, you’ll take the stage for a performance in front of your family and friends and celebrate your success at the Cast Party!

CECK–193–F01 $119 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 1–4PM Edwardsville, Liberty Middle School

Grades 5 & 6

In the Spotlight

Gloria Darr

Grades 3 & 4

Do you dream of life on the big stage? Now is your chance to land a role in the first ever College for Kids musical theater camp! In just five days, students will learn the basics of singing, dancing and acting as they prepare for a live performance of School House Rock Live Junior at the end of the week. Individual talents will be explored, encouraged and enriched as each star will receive guidance from director Chris Eubank, voice coach and instructor for Lewis and Clark’s music department. CECK–149–01 $179 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 9AM–12PM Alton area, Location TBA

Chris Eubank

Guys and Dolls Jr. For ages 12 and up

Places everyone! Come and join the cast of Guys and Dolls Junior in this brand new performing arts camp. Each day, young performers will learn the basics of singing, dancing, acting and stage direction as they prepare for a live performance of the Broadway classic at the end of the week. Other theater topics including costumes, make–up, lighting, sound and set design will also be explored. Individual talents are sure to be discovered, encouraged and enriched as each performer will receive guidance from director Chris Eubank, voice coach and instructor for Lewis and Clark’s music department. CECK–150–01 $249 Mon–Fri June 28–July 2 Alton area, Location TBA

Chris Eubank

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Fun & Recreation Junior Golf for Beginners For ages 8 to 15

Embrace an active lifestyle by learning the fundamentals of the game including swing, putting, chipping, pitching, club selection, rules and course etiquette. Alongside instructor and LPGA member Laura McCune, junior golfers will receive individual coaching and support as they progress through this 6–week course. Bring your clubs if you have them or they will be provided upon request. CECK–182–F50 $99 Sat May 29–Jul 3 9:30–11:30AM Godfrey, Rolling Hills Golf Course

Laura McCune

We’ve Got Spirit! Cheerleading Camp

Cartwheels & Megaphones For ages 6 to 9

This three–day workshop is designed for kids ages 6 to 9 who would like to learn the fundamentals of cheerleading. Tailored instruction from UCA cheerleader, veteran dancer and squad coach Tabi Patridge will include cheers, motions, gymnastics, dance routines, stunts and teamwork. Each participant will receive a souvenir megaphone, set of pom poms, and individual picture with a uniformed cheerleader. There will also be a performance for family and friends on the last day. Please wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. CECK–121–01 $109 Wed/Thu/Fri Jun 16/17/18 9AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Tabi Patridge

Competitive Stroke Clinic For ages 6 and up

Swimmers will learn stroke techniques for all four competitive strokes – freestyle (front crawl), backstroke (back crawl), breast stroke and butterfly – along with starts and turns in this 2–week intensive clinic. Swimmers will also learn how to circle swim within lane lines, dive off starting blocks, and use a pace clock. Clinic will be taught by a certified Water Safety Instructor who works with a Swim Team. Swimmers must be currently enrolled in or have completed Swim Level 5 or Level 6. For ages 6 and older (or with permission of Swim Program Coordinator). CECK–083–1A $50 Mon–Fri Jun 7–18 3–3:45PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

For ages 10 and up

Competitive Diving Clinic

Have you always wanted to be a cheerleader? Are you currently a cheerleader and want to learn some new skills over the summer? This is the camp for you! Taught by UCA cheerleader, veteran dancer and squad coach Tabi Partridge, you will learn the fundamentals of cheerleading including motions, cheers, dance routines, gymnastics, stunts, and teamwork. Each participant will receive a CD of routine music to keep and a souvenir DVD of the week at camp. There will also be a performance for family and friends on the last day. Please wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.

For ages 6 and up

Swimmers will work on skills and techniques necessary to dive competitively in this 2– week intensive clinic. Instruction will focus on approach, arm swing, body language and other techniques to prepare young divers for competition. Clinic will be taught by a certified Water Safety Instructor and experienced dive coach. Swimmers must be currently enrolled in or have completed Swim Level 5 or Level 6 and must already know how to perform a basic spring dive with approach. For ages 6 and older (or with permission of Swim Program Coordinator).

CECK–221–01 $149 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 9AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Tabi Patridge

CECK–081–1A $50 Mon–Fri Jun 21–Jul 2 3–3:45PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Meet the Instructors Tabi Patridge is the coach for Alton Middle School cheerleading squad and coached her girls to a state competition last year. With more than seven years cheer experience and 17 years as a dancer, Tabi also teaches cheer camps and clinics across the country as a UCA cheerleader.

LPGA teaching professional Laura McCune has been teaching golf to top rated juniors, college scholarship recipients, and club champions for more than 15 years. As an accomplished high school and All American collegiate athlete (golf, basketball and softball), Laura has successfully competed in RE/MAX World Long Drive Championships. She teaches players at all levels at courses throughout the Midwest.

Meredith Heater is Head Volleyball Coach and Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach at Lewis and Clark Community College. She started playing volleyball when she was 11 years old and has played competitively at Greenville College where she earned a degree in Psychology and Business. She formerly coached volleyball at Southwestern Illinois College in Belleville and served as recruiting coordinator for the Greenville College Volleyball program. Dale Edwards is owner of Southwestern Archery in Shipman and is certified by the National Field Archery Association. As the instructor of one the most popular College for Kids summer camps, this summer will mark Dale’s 11th year with the program.

Coach Deon Thomas, wellknown by fans of college basketball in Illinois, is the men’s basketball coach and new athletic director at Lewis and Clark Community College. Coach Thomas played college ball at the University of Illinois from 1990-1994 and still holds records there for career points, block shot, rebounds and field goal percentage. He was drafted by the Dallas Mavericks, and helped win back-to-back championships for several professional teams in Europe. Tim Rooney earned his 500th career win in 2007 in only 21 years as a head coach. Rooney has served as head coach for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams at Lewis and Clark Community College since 1993.

On Target! Beginning Archery Ages 9 to 14

Learn safety, responsibility, and the selection of proper archery equipment as well as correct shooting form in this beginner’s class. Receive one–on–one instruction as needed to improve your ability. Learn how to keep score and what is proper etiquette on a shooting range. The class is taught by an instructor from Southwestern Archery who is certified by the National Field Archery Association. CECK–162–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Front Lawn CECK–162–M1 $99 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 9AM–12PM Carlinville, Macoupin County Center

Dale Edwards

Taekwondo for Kids For ages 8 to 12

Taekwondo, or “the way of kicking and punching,” is widely known as an Olympic sport and has more practitioners worldwide than any other martial art. It can also be a confidence boosting form of self defense; a graceful and powerful performance art or a character building physical exercise. This class is designed to give kids a good knowledge base in all these aspects of taekwondo and martial arts in general. Students will learn how to perform basic strikes, blocks, kicks and stances in ways that are energetic and aesthetically pleasing. They will also learn variations of these techniques, along with strategies and tactics, to apply in the ring or in real-world situations. Throughout the course, students will learn, and put into practice, the tenets of taekwondo: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control and indomitable spirit. This class is a good starting point for kids who are interested in studying martial arts and can also give current practitioners a refreshing spin on something they already enjoy doing. CECK–179–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus

Brendan Neal

Trailblazer Athletic Camps Boys Basketball I

Girls Basketball I

Girls Volleyball

This basketball camp for younger players offers a solid foundation in game fundamentals focusing on shooting, passing and dribbling skills. Teaching takes into account age and skill differences. Various games and contests will be played daily to improve playing skills.

This basketball camp for younger players offers a solid foundation in game fundamentals focusing on shooting, passing and dribbling skills. Teaching takes into account age and skill differences. Various games and contests will be played daily to improve playing skills.

Players entering 6th through 8th grades will learn basic skills including serving, setting, passing and hitting. This camp is designed to teach newcomers the basic skills of volleyball and to improve upon existing skills. Proper techniques will be demonstrated and taught by Lewis and Clark volleyball coaches and players.

For kids entering grades 4, 5, 6

CESP–920–01 $60 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Deon Thomas

For kids entering grades 4, 5, 6

CESP–930–01 $60 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Deon Thomas

For kids entering grades 6, 7, 8

CESP–910–01 $40 Wed–Fri Jul 7–9 10AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Meredith Heater

Boys Basketball II

Girls Basketball II

This basketball camp for older players offers a solid foundation in game fundamentals and rules of the game, with a focus and extra time committed to developing shooting and ball handling skills. Various games and contests will be played daily to improve playing skills.

This basketball camp for older players offers a solid foundation in game fundamentals and rules of the game, with a focus and extra time committed to developing shooting and ball handling skills. Various games and contests will be played daily to improve playing skills.

For kids entering grades 7, 8, 9

CESP–922–01 $60 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Deon Thomas

For kids entering grades 7, 8, 9

CESP–932–01 $60 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Deon Thomas

Boys and Girls Soccer For kids entering grades 4, 5, 6

Soccer camp is designed with the individual player in mind. Emphasis will be placed on developmental skills, fundamentals and individual techniques. Small side games will be incorporated into all sessions so that boys and girls can advance themselves in a positive and fun environment. CESP–940–60 $45 Mon–Thu Aug 2–5 6–7:30PM Godfrey Campus, Riverbend Arena 0140

Tim Rooney

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Art & Photography Megapixel Masters

Photoshop Fakery

Animal Art

Turn everyday objects and elements of nature into the extraordinary! In this fun new digital photography class, you will practice basic photography skills as you capture the world around you on walking field trips. Transform the simple to spectacular using photo editing software to maximize the impact of your photos. By the end of the week, you will have your own framed photography collection that you will show off to your family and friends on the last day of camp. Bring your digital camera –– other supplies and materials are included in the course fee.

In this fun, creative class you will learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to combine basic photo editing skills with layering, masking and filtering tools to create outlandish fake photos. You will enter the world of visual hoax by creating photos of yourself on the moon, in a valley of dinosaurs and in a number of other interesting settings. You will even have the chance to be the star of your own magazine cover. This bit of fakery is sure to impress your friends and the skills you learn can be used in a variety of school projects. Each student will take home a CD of his or her creations and a framed print of one project completed during the week. Bring your own digital camera and USB cable.

Unleash your Wild side! Your wildly creative side that is. This fun, fast–paced, mixed media class is sure to please the artist and animal lover in all of us. This class will explore the arts through our fuzzy, furry, and sometimes feathery friends of the animal kingdom. Through sculpting, drawing, and collage you are sure to have a “roaring” good time even the King of the Jungle would enjoy.

For ages 9 and up

CECK–122–N1 $99 Mon/Wed/Fri Jul 19/21/23 1–4PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N3 0102

For ages 10 and up

CECK–124–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0260

Desirée Bennyhoff

Come and experience the world through a photographic lens! While exploring the unique styles and techniques of photography used around the world, you’ll learn the basics of taking great pictures –– equipment, composition and lighting –– then learn how to manipulate your photos in the “digital darkroom” with a computer and photo editing software. At the end of the week you’ll print and frame your favorite shot and take home a digital portfolio to share with family and friends. Do not forget to bring your camera!

Beth Speer

For ages 10 and up

Learn the fundamentals of outdoor drawing using a variety of media in a natural setting. We will focus on flora and fauna such as dragonflies and fish among the lotus in the lily ponds located on the beautiful Lewis and Clark campus. All skill levels are welcome – returning students from last year’s class will receive advanced instruction.

Book Sculptures For ages 10 and up

Explore the art of bookmaking one page at a time! In this hands–on art class, kids will learn how to design, bind and embellish unique books unlike any other. Alongside artist and teacher, Corinne Didisheim, you will complete a folded book, star book, piano hinge book, Japanese side stab book and create stamps to add your own flair to the pages.

Jazz It Up Jewelry For ages 7 and up

Explore traditional and modern methods of creating jewelry in this new, hands–on art class! Alongside artist and teacher Beth Speer, you will learn how to create necklaces, bracelets and earrings using a variety of techniques. There will be a showcase for family and friends at the end of the week where you can show off your unique pieces of wearable art. CECK–169–01 $119 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500 Beth Speer

Art Safari

Dixie Gausling

Young artists will travel back in time to the Stone Age in this new art class! We will learn and discuss the earliest known form of artistic expression and put the methods of primitive man to work in the Lewis and Clark art studio that will be transformed into a Paleolithic cave. Students will use the same techniques used by Stone Age man to create images of prehistoric wildlife directly on our “cave” walls. Each student will receive a digital copy of their cave paintings at the end of the week.

Once Upon an Artist

CECK–172–N1 $109 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

CECK–142–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0260

For ages 8 and up

Beth Speer

Fairy tales start with Once Upon a Time... and so does this art class. In this class on book making, creative writing, and imagination, you will learn techniques to take your art to the next level. From paper crafts, to embellishments and binding, this fun class will help you create books to enjoy for years to come.

For ages 10 and up

Prehistoric Painting

CECK–145–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

For ages 6 and up

Dixie Gausling

So You Want to Be a Photographer

For ages 7 to 9

CECK–171–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Art Studio, Wade 3100

Jason Lux

Go with Van Gogh For ages 5 to 8

Enhance your portfolio while studying the art of Post Impressionist Vincent Van Gogh. This class will focus on specific works of Van Gogh including self portraits, still life and landscape art. You will learn about the history behind famous pieces like “Sunflowers” and “Starry Night” as use oil pastels, acrylic paint and watercolors to reproduce and create your own masterpieces! CECK–168–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Julie Plunkett

CECK–195–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Corinne Didisheim

CECK–131–01 $109 Mon–Fri July 19–23 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Art Studio, Wade 3100

Jason Lux

Kids Swim Water Babies I: 6–18 Months

Swim Levels 1–5: Ages 6 & Up

This class promotes water adjustment, not necessarily swimming, for babies and toddlers 6 to 18 months old. A parent or other responsible adult must be present and in the water at all times during the class. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Children should wear swim diapers or snug training pants under their swim suits. $35 CECK–098–1A Sat May 22–Jun 26 9:15–10AM CECK–098–1B Sat Jul 10–Aug 7 9:15–10AM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Children will be skill tested on the first day of class to determine which level they are in. A wide variety of skills will be learned and as they progress through the levels, new skills are learned and old ones are refined. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors.

Preschool Swim: 3–5 Years

Water Babies II: 18 Months–3 Years

This class promotes water adjustment, not necessarily swimming, for babies and toddlers 18 to 36 months old. A parent or other responsible adult must be present and in the water at all times during the class. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. Children should wear swim diapers or snug training pants under their swim suits. $35 CECK–099–1A Sat May 22–Jun 26 10–10:45AM CECK–099–1B Sat Jul 10–Aug 7 10–10:45AM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Learn water safety, personal safety, physical and mental adjustments to the water, buoyancy, body position and basic water skills such as front and back floating, with a goal of coordinating a beginning crawl and elementary back stroke. Classes are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. $44 CECK–090–2A CECK–090–2B CECK–090–2C CECK–090–2D CECK–090–3A CECK–090–3B CECK–090–3C CECK–090–3D CECK–090–6A CECK–090–6B CECK–090–6C CECK–090–7A CECK–090–7B CECK–090–7C

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$35 CECK–095–1A Sat May 22–Jun 26 11:30am–12:15PM CECK–095–1B Sat Jul 10–Aug 7 11:30am–12:15PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Swim Level 6: Ages 6 & Up

The objective of Level 6 is to refine strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Swimmers will also work on Personal Water Safety, Fundamentals of Diving, Fitness Swimming and Lifeguard Readiness. $35 CECK–096–1A Sat May 22–Jun 26 12:15–1PM CECK–096–1B Sat Jul 10–Aug 7 12:15–1PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Competitive Stroke Clinic For ages 6 and up

Swimmers will learn stroke techniques for all four competitive strokes – freestyle (front crawl), backstroke (back crawl), breast stroke and butterfly – along with starts and turns in this 2–week intensive clinic. Swimmers will also learn how to circle swim within lane lines, dive off starting blocks, and use a pace clock. Clinic will be taught by a certified Water Safety Instructor who works with a Swim Team. Swimmers must be currently enrolled in or have completed Swim Level 5 or Level 6. For ages 6 and older (or with permission of Swim Program Coordinator). CECK–083–1A $50 Mon–Fri Jun 7–18 3–3:45PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool

Competitive Diving Clinic For ages 6 and up

Swimmers will work on skills and techniques necessary to dive competitively in this 2– week intensive clinic. Instruction will focus on approach, arm swing, body language and other techniques to prepare young divers for competition. Clinic will be taught by a certified Water Safety Instructor and experienced dive coach. Swimmers must be currently enrolled in or have completed Swim Level 5 or Level 6 and must already know how to perform a basic spring dive with approach. For ages 6 and older (or with permission of Swim Program Coordinator). CECK–081–1A $50 Mon–Fri Jun 21–Jul 2 3–3:45PM Godfrey Campus, Hatheway Pool


Horseback Riding Giddey–Up

Rocky Branch Saddle Club

For ages 9 and up

After practicing the basics of riding on the first day, campers will head out for an outdoor riding adventure through a one– of–a–kind equestrian obstacle course, traveling over bridges, hills, and through a horseback riding maze. Riders will learn to trot on Rocky Branch Stables’ patient, kindhearted lesson horses. Learning about horse anatomy is fun while riders create their own horse sculpture during daily arts activities. Games include a scavenger hunt, collecting horseshoes, bridle bits, and halters for game prizes. Campers will want bring a disposable camera to capture their memories and experiences, especially on give–your–horse–a–bubble–bath day! Family and friends are invited to visit on the last day of camp for a riding demonstration and a behind–the–scenes tour of Rocky Branch Stables. The grand finale will be a horseback riding demonstration with a presentation of beautiful rosette ribbons for each camper. CECK–104–F01 $169 Mon–Thu Jun 7–10 1–4PM Bethalto, Rocky Branch Stables CECK–104–F02 $169 Mon–Thu Jul 26–29 9AM–12PM Bethalto, Rocky Branch Stables

For ages 8 and up

Everything Equine For ages 8 and up

Join us for a fun–filled week of equine activities on a 13–acre retreat for horse lovers! As they work with gentle, friendly horses, campers will learn the basics of horsemanship including safety, proper grooming and care, horse anatomy and nutrition. They will also learn horseback riding techniques used in recreational and competitive riding in spacious indoor and outdoor arenas. This camp includes crafts and breakfast, lunch and snacks served inside the air–conditioned Clubhouse. There will be a show for family and friends on Friday afternoon. CECK–189–F01 $265 Mon–Thu Jun 7–10 9AM–3PM and Fri Jun 11 8AM–4PM Highland, Saddle Club Equestrian Center

Lesa Teepe

CECK–189–F02 $265 Mon–Thu Jun 14–17 9AM–3PM and Fri Jun 18 8AM–4PM Highland, Saddle Club Equestrian Center CECK–189–F03 $265 Mon–Thu Jun 21–24 9AM–3PM and Fri Jun 25 8AM–4PM Highland, Saddle Club Equestrian Center

Pony Pals

For ages 5 to 8

This program is designed to introduce young children to the wonders of horses. This half–day, week long course instructs young horse enthusiasts in the care and feeding of horses, the safety standards needed to work around horses, and the basics of horsemanship and riding. The program starts with classroom instruction each day where the kids will learn the vocabulary of the horse world – words like hoof and withers – then move to a hands–on experience in the barn. Students will receive four riding lessons. The final day of their session is a recital to demonstrate their horse skills for parents and family. Highlights of the program include a CD of pictures of the students’ horse experiences all week, a fun, take–home horsey craft, a workbook and the memories of a lifetime! All participants must bring a riding helmet and riding boots. CECK–116–F01 $199 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 9AM–12PM Edwardsville, Triangle H Farm CECK–116–F02 $199 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM Edwardsville, Triangle H Farm

Marcy Heepke

CECK–189–F04 $265 Mon–Thu Jun 28–Jul 1 9AM–3PM and Fri Jul 2 8 AM–4PM Highland, Saddle Club Equestrian Center

Trudy Seeley

Pony Pals II For ages 6 to 10

This program is designed to build on the basics learned in Pony Pals I and give young riders a more in–depth introduction to horses and riding. Students will be refreshed the first day of camp, and then be allowed the responsibility of riding more independently. Students will assist in catching horses in the pasture for riding, will learn how to groom and tack horses with limited assistance, and ride bareback. Students will receive a riding lesson every day of the week culminating in a show for parents on Friday. Pony Pals II is for the horse enthusiast interested in furthering their horse education and training. Highlights will include a take–home workbook, CD of pictures from the week, and CHA certification for beginner riders. Participants must wear a riding helmet and riding boots. Prerequisite: Pony Pals I or prior riding experience, lessons or horse ownership.

The Rocky Branch Saddle Club’s 10–level program takes riders from beginner to accomplished equestrian. Each level is a set of building blocks combining riding skills and horse care knowledge such as how much oats to feed a horse, the difference between hay and straw and how to clean a horse’s hooves. Riding activities include playing games on horseback, riding bareback, navigating hills and bridges and a life–size riding maze. Saddle Club riders will learn to ride both English and Western styles with confidence. Merit pins are awarded at each level; riders who complete all 10 levels will graduate as an assistant riding instructor. Special activities include arts and crafts, demonstrations from a professional horse trainer, and assisting a veterinarian or horse– shoer. Saddle Club incorporates the riding handbook “Happy Horsemanship” (available for purchase along with club jackets and riding helmets).

Pony Pals III For ages 7 to 12

This new program is designed to take your little cowpoke’s horse education to the next level! Students will build upon the skills learned in Pony Pals I and II, as they adopt a horse for the week and learn how to properly care for it. From feeding and grooming to anatomy and nutrition, campers will receive hands–on instruction in horse management. Students will also learn about other animals on the farm and how they coexist in a balanced environment. Students will receive a riding lesson every day of the week culminating in a show for parents on Friday. Participants must wear a riding helmet and riding boots. Prerequisite: Pony Pals I and II, equivalent riding experience or permission from the instructor.

CECK–228–F50 $99 Sat Jun 5–26 3–4:30PM Bethalto, Rocky Branch Stables CECK–228–F51 $99 Sat Jul 10–31 11AM–12:30PM Bethalto, Rocky Branch Stables

Lesa Teepe

Little Stirrups

For parents and kids (ages 4 and up)

Young riders will learn about the wonderful world of horses in this beginning riding class for parents and kids. Parent/child teams will experience everything from the feel of a horse’s fuzzy muzzle to the giggles of excitement during your child’s first trotting steps in the saddle. Kids will learn how to brush their horse, put the saddle on its back and tell it how to stop, go and turn in the very first class. Rock Branch horses are generous, patient and sweet–natured. Riders will demonstrate their new skills for family and friends on the last day and be presented with a rosette ribbon. Young riders must be accompanied by an adult who will participate in each class by helping to brush, saddle up and lead the horse while their child is riding.

CECK–316–F01 $199 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 9AM–12PM Edwardsville, Triangle H Farm

Marcy Heepke

Advanced Equine For ages 8 and up

Young horse enthusiasts will continue their horse education and training in this camp. As they work with gentle, friendly horses, campers will review the basics of horsemanship and expand their experience with a variety of riding techniques in spacious indoor and outdoor arenas. Instruction will include Western riding, English riding, show patterns, barrel racing and more! This camp includes crafts and breakfast, lunch and snacks served inside the air–conditioned Clubhouse. There will be a show for family and friends on Friday afternoon.

CECK–128–F50 $99 Sat Jun 5–26 1–2:30PM Bethalto, Rocky Branch Stables CECK–128–F51 $99 Sat Jul 10–31 9–10:30AM Bethalto, Rocky Branch Stables

Lesa Teepe

CECK–289–F01 $265 Mon–Thu Jul 12–15 9AM–3PM and Fri Jul 16 8AM–4PM Highland, Saddle Club Equestrian Center

Trudy Seeley

CECK–216–F01 $199 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 9AM–12PM CECK–216–F02 $199 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–12PM Edwardsville, Triangle H Farm

Marcy Heepke

What to wear, what to bring. Highland Saddle Club Equestrian Center

Rocky Branch Stables

Triangle H Farm

12118 Ellis Road Highland, IL 62249 618-654-3401

4885 Rocky Branch Road Bethalto, IL 62010 618-377-9560

2082 South Moreland Road Edwardsville, IL 62025 618-692-4823

Wear

• Long, loose fitting pants and boots or shoes with 1” heel. Tennis shoes are acceptable when not on the horses.

• Long pants, boots or shoes with a low heel. No sandals or tennis shoes.

• Long pants or riding tights and riding boots with a heel and hard toe (paddock or western boots). No rubber boots or tennis shoes.

Bring

• Horseback riding helmet or bicycle helmet, if you have one. Or you can rent one for $5/week.

• Horseback riding helmet or bicycle helmet, if you have one. (Helmets are available to borrow if you don’t own one.)

• Horseback riding helmet (available to purchase at Triangle H tack store). It is recommended that items be purchased 2 weeks prior to the start of camp. Sizing advice is available if purchased from another store. Bicycle helmets are not allowed.

• Swimsuit.

• Water bottle.

Meet the Instructors Barn manager Trudy Seeley is the lead day camp instructor at the Highland Saddle Club Equestrian Center in Highland. She has been a successful riding instructor for six years and; her students advance quickly and excel in all riding disciplines.

Lesa Teepe of Rocky Branch Stables believes horses bring out the best in kids by teaching confidence and building self–esteem all while having fun. She has a B.A. in Education from the University of Missouri and has taught children with disabilities as a public school teacher. Lesa has been involved with show horses since 1980 and enjoys competing in the equestrian sport of Dressage on her Arabian horse.

Marcy Heepke

was named one of the “Top 50 Riding Instructors in America” by the American Riding Instructors Association. She has a B.S. in Animal Sciences and an M.S. in Animal Science (Equine Reproduction) and been teaching riding lessons for 18 years. Triangle H Farm utilizes a natural horsemanship approach which teaches the art of working, training and riding with horses in a manner which works with the horse’s behavior, instincts and personality in an easy and kind manner.

• Water bottle, snack and sunscreen.

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Music & Dance Dance Around the World For ages 3 to 5

Want to learn to dance? Join us for an introductory class in Ballet and Tap designed especially for preschoolers! Boys and girls will be introduced to creative movement, ballet, tap, tumbling and modern dance skills while learning colors, numbers, shapes, words and songs from different countries around the world. A new dance culture will be explored each day from counties like China, Mexico, Russia and Australia. Wear your leotards and tights and bring ballet and tap shoes if you have them. If not, wear loose comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Instructor Sara Miller is a certified Kinderdance early childhood movement specialist who has taught ballet professionally for 12 years. CECK–108–N1 $49 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 8:30–10AM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0205 CECK–108–01 $49 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 8:30–10AM Godfrey Campus, Dance Studio, Hatheway 107

Sara Miller

Five Countries in Five Days

Kindermusik: On the Road

For ages 6 to 9

Ready to dance? Boys and girls will experience dance cultures from around the world as they learn the fundamentals of Ballet, Tap and Modern Dance in this introductory class. Each day, dancers will explore countries like China, Mexico, Russia, Australia and the United States along with the music and dance familiar in those countries. Dance terminology, colors, shapes, and numbers will also be incorporated. Wear your leotards and tights and bring ballet and tap shoes if you have them. If not, wear loose comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Instructor Sara Miller is a certified Kinderdance early childhood movement specialist who has taught ballet professionally for 12 years. CECK–109–01 $49 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 10:30AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Dance Studio, Hatheway 107 CECK–109–N1 $49 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 10:30AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0205

Sara Miller

Kinderkeys

For kids entering grades 1, 2 or 3

Want to learn to play the piano? KinderKeys is group piano class for kids entering first, second or third grades. These classes prepare students to read music and help determine a child’s musical aptitude for piano. Highly qualified instructors from Lewis and Clark’s Music Preparatory program teach the classes, limited to 5 students each. All learning materials are provided. Students will give a short recital on the last day of class for friends and family. CEMU–501–P1 $60 May 24–Jul 2 TBA

For more information contact the Music Department at 618-468-4372

Love to make music?

For ages 3 to 5

“On the Road” makes the most of a preschooler’s burgeoning imagination and ability to learn new words and solve problems. Take imaginary trips to summer vacation locations, such as the carnival, a summer cottage, and the beach! Parents or caregivers attend last 30 minutes.

Kindermusik: Creatures in the Ocean For ages 1½ – 3

“Creatures in the Ocean” introduces parent and child to many waterfront friends, including the seagull, crab, dolphin, octopus, and whale. Beach fun is the focus with beach ball play, sand play, and simulated waves! Explore ocean movements, sing to delightful music, and make music with unique instruments! Parents or caregivers attend entire class. CEMU–751–01 $65 Mon Jun 7–Jul 5 4–4:45PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 0109

Victoria Mattis

CEMU–755–01 $75 Mon Jul 12–Aug 9 5–6PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 0109 CEMU–755–02 $75 Tue Jul 13–Aug 10 11AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 0109

Victoria Mattis

Kindermusik: Tell Me a Tale For ages 5 to 7

Through storytelling, children will develop an early awareness of rhythm, movement, singing, and drama. Each lesson features a new tale from around the world, explored through instruments and multicultural elements.

Kindermusik: Creatures in My Backyard

CEMU–753–01 $75 Mon Jun 7–Jul 5 5–6PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 0109

“Creatures in My Backyard” encourages parent and child to explore their backyard environment and make new discoveries. Through music, movement, dance, storytelling, and instrumental exploration, backyard creatures will be uncovered and celebrated! Parents or caregivers attend entire class.

So You Want To Be A Choreographer

For ages 1 ½ to 3

CEMU–754–01 $65 Mon Jul 12–Aug 9 4–4:45PM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 0109 CEMU–754–02 $65 Tue Jul 13–Aug 10 10–10:45AM Godfrey Campus, Music Building 0109

Victoria Mattis

There’s a place for you in the Lewis and Clark Music Program! For kids

Victoria Mattis

For ages 9 to 12

Come and learn the origins of modern and contemporary dance like you’ve seen on the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance?” This class will include lessons on different dance techniques as well as some dance history and composition. Each day you will explore a new style of dance made famous by dancers like Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Jose Limon and Doris Humphrey. Various dance techniques will be taught using each choreographer’s style as inspiration. Working together as a group or individually, you will choreograph a short piece replicating the style of each day’s featured choreographer! There will be a performance on the final day for family and friends. No prior dance training is necessary. CECK–130–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3505

Even the youngest children can begin musical studies at Lewis and Clark’s Music Preparatory program. KinderMusik, designed for children ages 3 to 5, combines music with expressive language, storytelling, movement and play to expand cognitive and literary skills as well as creativity and individuality.

Rachel Brady

For young singers, there is no better place to start than the RiverBend Children’s Choir. Students in 4th through 8th grades receive vocal instruction through an unforgettable choral experience. For an extra boost of confidence before beginning piano lessons (and to make sure they’re ready), kids can try KinderKeys, a group piano experience designed for students in 1st through 3rd grades.

For adults

Love to sing? Audition for the Concert Choir or the select group Limited Edition. Play an instrument? Try out for a seat in the Jazz Band, Percussion Ensemble, or the Alton Symphony Orchestra. Or develop your talent as a composer in other non-credit music class for adults like Electronic Music Production and Sequencing and Recording.

For everyone!

Private instruction is available for children and adults at all levels of ability in voice and on most instruments. All instructors hold college degrees; more than two third have earned Master’s or Doctorate degrees. • Keyboard: Piano or Organ • Strings: Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass • Guitar: Acoustic (individual or group), Electric,Electric Bass • Voice: Singers age 13 and up • Brass: Baritone horn, French horn, Tuba, Trombone, Trumpet • Woodwinds: Flute, Piccolo, Clarinet, Saxophone, Oboe • Percussion Lewis and Clark Community College is one of only three community colleges in the nation to achieve distinction as an All-Steinway Campus! If you love to make music, there’s a place for you! Contact Susan Parton Stanard, Music Department, at 618.468.4732 or spstanard@lc.edu to learn how to get started.

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Meet the Instructors Sara Miller is a certified Kinderdance early childhood movement specialist who has taught ballet professionally for 11 years. Her focus is to help children develop self–confidence and self– esteem while having fun moving and learning to dance.

Victoria Mattis has been a piano instructor in the Music Preparatory Department for more than ten years and has been teaching Kindermusik since 2007. She earned a Bachelor of Music degree from SIUE in 2003 and is an active member of the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Victoria is very passionate about her work with her piano students and loves meeting new families in Kindermusik each summer!

Dancer and choreographer Rachel Brady had been teaching children’s dance for over 20 years. After earning her Bachelor’s degree from SIUE, she danced professionally in St. Louis with Madco, Atrek and Suzanne Grace and Dancers. She taught dance and musical theatre New York City where she also performed with modern dance companies and presented her own choreography.


So You Want To Be A … So You Want To Be A Party Planner

So You Want To Be A Photographer

So You Want To Be A Choreographer

Join us for an exciting week of parties! Budding planners will spend the week learning how to spice up ordinary get– togethers with their friends through a variety of fun activities including games, craft projects, yummy snacks and festive decorations. At the end of the week, each participant will have a complete party plan ready to take home and turn into reality.

Come and experience the world through a photographic lens! While exploring the unique styles and techniques of photography used around the world, you’ll learn the basics of taking great pictures –– equipment, composition and lighting –– then learn how to manipulate your photos in the “digital darkroom” with a computer and photo editing software. At the end of the week you’ll print and frame your favorite shot and take home a digital portfolio to share with family and friends. Do not forget to bring your camera!

Come and learn the origins of modern and contemporary dance like you’ve seen on the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance?” This class will include lessons on different dance techniques as well as some dance history and composition. Each day you will explore a new style of dance made famous by dancers like Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Jose Limon and Doris Humphrey. Various dance techniques will be taught using each choreographer’s style as inspiration. Working together as a group or individually, you will choreograph a short piece replicating the style of each day’s featured choreographer! There will be a performance on the final day for family and friends. No prior dance training is necessary.

For ages 7 to 9

CECK–160–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Gloria Darr

For ages 10 and up

CECK–142–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0260

So You Want To Be A Babysitter For ages 11 to 15

For ages 10 and up

Aspiring chefs will have the real life opportunity to explore a culinary career in this new cooking camp! Learn how to select recipes and portion size, design menus, conduct taste tests, create a theme for a restaurant and serve food using proper techniques. The week will culminate with a special meal for family, friends and a VIP guest, planned entirely by the class! Each student will take home an apron and chef hat along with a portfolio of photos, recipes and reflections from their camp experience.

So You Want To Be A Web Designer For ages 10 and up

Dixie Gausling

So You Want To Be A Chef

For ages 9 to 12

Want to be the teenage babysitter that every family wants to hire? Increase your knowledge, skills and confidence to care for school–age children, toddlers and infants in this hands–on workshop. Under the direction of an American Heart Association certified instructor, you’ll learn how to recognize emergencies and apply basic first aid, as well how to recognize and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in infants and young children. You will practice identifying safety problems around the house and yard, select age–appropriate toys and games, handle bedtime issues, diaper and feed an infant, and interview for a babysitting job. Students who successfully complete this workshop will receive a participation card from the American Heart Association. CECK–175–01 $75 Thu/Fri Jun 10 & 11 8AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 0102

Kevin Wellhausen & Dawna Egelhoff

CECK–165–F01 $129 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 1–4PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Calling all kids for a week of fun in our Web Designers Workshop! Alongside a Web site master you will learn how to create and design pages like the professionals. Put your imagination and creativity to work as you get hands–on experience using the free Web–authoring program Nvu and other multimedia tools to create your Web page masterpieces. With your ideas in mind, you will be designing like a pro in no time!

CECK–130–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3505

Rachel Brady

CECK–180–01 $99 Wed/Thu/Fri Jun 9/10/11 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0161

Tara Goetz

So You Want To Be A Magician For ages 8 to 12

Learn rope tricks from India! Card tricks from the wild west! Handkerchief magic from Japan and comedy magic from the Moscow circus! These are just a few of the tricks young magicians learn in Abra–Kid–Abra’s all new magic camp. Kids will get their own magic box full of tricks to take home and show their family each day. Parents: not only will campers develop their presentation skills and build confidence, but they will have loads of fun learning comedy skits, balloon art, magic puzzles and more! A performance for family and friends will be held on the last day of camp. CECK–133–01 $139 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0141

Stephanie Vallo

CECK–133–M1 $139 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM Carlinville, Macoupin County Center 112

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Language & Literature The World of Esperanto For ages 9 to 14

In this new camp, kids will participate in the unique experience of learning the worldwide language of Esperanto. Developed 120 years ago for communication between people of different language groups, Esperanto is a designed, completely phonetic and rule–guided language used by more than two million speakers worldwide. Kids will learn the 28 letters of the Esperanto alphabet, how to count, read children books, talk with a teacher and each other and sing songs, all in Esperanto. Grammar and vocabulary exercises will also be included to improve the use of English as well as prepare for learning other foreign languages. Instructor Ron Glossop is an active member of the local, national and global Esperanto community. CECK–139–N1 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0205

Ron Glossop

Little Schoolhouse on the Prairie For ages 9 to 12

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to school in pioneer days like Laura Ingalls? Now is your chance to find out! Join us as we transform our modern– day classroom into an old–fashioned, one room schoolhouse. You will get to know the characters in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books while you experience firsthand the games they played, the stories they read and the activities they enjoyed. You will even get to interview your family to discover how schools have changed over the years and create your own autograph book. CECK–148–01 $119 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3515

Spanish Adventure

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Kids will explore the Spanish language and culture in this interactive class! Through a variety of hands–on activities and projects, kids will be introduced to the holidays, food, music, art, dance and family customs found in various Spanish speaking countries around the world. They will also learn basic Spanish vocabulary including numbers, calendars, meals, instruments, colors and family. This week is sure to be fabulouso!

Have you ever read a story and thought you could write a better one? If so, this camp is for you. You will learn the elements of creative writing and implement that knowledge by writing and illustrating your own story. By the end of this class, you will have explored the world of creative writing through power writing, group story development and a character scavenger hunt, and written your own original short story to share with family friends.

For ages 9 to 13

CECK–114–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3515

Jenny Amador

Fiesta Time! For ages 8 to 10

Students will learn the Spanish language by exploring one of the most exciting events in the Spanish–speaking world – holidays! As we focus on the different traditions and cultures, we’ll explore the food, music, dance and art used in celebrations in Mexico, Latin America and Spain.

CECK–106–01 $129 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 156

Diana Lockwood

Let’s Learn Spanish For ages 6 to 7

Abby Dehner

For ages 12 to 14

This exciting class will introduce kids to the Spanish language by engaging them with vocabulary they can use everyday including colors, numbers, shapes, and basic greetings and departures. Through a variety of activities, songs and games, the fun never stops as kids learn a new language. CECK–110–N1 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 207

Christa Stiening

CECK–111–N1 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 204

Christa Stiening

Kinder Deutsch For ages 6 and up

Kinder Deutsch an–immersion based beginning German language class. Through a variety of engaging activities kids will learn about the land and people of German– speaking countries and vocabulary including weather, families, hobbies, food, colors, animals, greetings and children’s songs. At the end of the week there will be a special family day for the parents and children to sample German foods and see the children perform their newly acquired German language skills. CECK–137–01 $109 Mon–Thu Jul 26–29 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1503

Stacey Wolff

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Math & Science The Human Machine

For ages 7 to 9

There is a whole new world just waiting to be discovered inside of us! Young scientists will explore the complex workings of the human body through various experiments, projects and physiological tales. The human skeleton, brain, lungs, heart and stomach will come to life as each student builds his or her own “Respiratory Man.” CECK–184–N1 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 1–4PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0101

Connie Stilwell

The Ooey Gooey Slime Lab

Kitchen Chemistry For ages 8 to 12

Did you know a kitchen can double as a science lab? In this hands–on camp, budding scientists will build molecules, grow crystals, investigate bubbleology, and explore chemical reactions using ingredients and tools found in most kitchens. Kids will need their safety glasses as they test for acids and bases and prepare gooey, bouncy polymers. Campers will use scientific tools to measure and analyze data just like a real chemist, and record their results in their own Laboratory Journal.

For ages 7 to 9

Attention young scientists: grab your lab coat and join us for a week of ooey gooey fun in our slime lab! Through a variety of hands–on activities and experiments you will test scientific methods and create a myriad of sticky, slimy, ooey gooey concoctions. You will even create a few edible messes like monster marshmallows and green slime pie. CECK–166–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

CECK–136–N1 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 120

Gloria Darr

Inside our Bodies

Terry Menz

For ages 7 to 9

The human body is absolutely fascinating! In this exciting class, kids will learn all about what goes on inside and outside of their bodies. Through a variety of interactive projects, kids will identify different body parts and what they do, explore the circulatory system, understand good and bad germs, learn about healthy habits and participate in their own “sick day” at the end of the week.

The Five Wonders of the Body

CECK–123–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3515

Jill Karcher

For ages 7 to 9

This interactive class is designed to awaken kids to the wonder of their five senses. Science will come alive as sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch are explored through a variety of hands–on activities. Kids will go on a sniffing tour to discover familiar scents, play Name That Sound, conduct experiments and create a model of the human eye.

For ages 7 to 9

Mega Bloks Math

CECK–187–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

Challenge your thinking and engage your mind in this interactive math class! Through a variety of hands–on group activities, students will discover how to simplify and solve algebraic expressions using Mega Bloks. Key concepts including perimeter, area and volume will come to life as you build 2–D and 3–D structures like polygons and rectangular prisms.

Connie Stilwell

For ages 11 to 13

CECK–113–N1 $109 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 207

Amie Hanneken

Engineering Explorers I For students entering grades 5, 6, 7 or 8

H2O–O–Oh! For ages 7 to 9

Dive into the fascinating world of water! Kids will get wet as they conduct various experiments and participate in lots of hands– on activities involving the element of water. Young scientists will investigate the amazing and unique properties of water while building boats, making eggs float, creating waves, water lenses and critter scopes, and measuring the surface tension on coins.

Engineering Explorers II For students entering grades 9, 10, 11 or 12

Come and explore the exciting world of engineering in this new camp! Alongside members of the Army Corps of Engineers, participants will learn how to use math and science to solve everyday problems through a variety of hands–on activities and team building exercises. Each day will focus on a different engineering discipline including Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Chemical and Green Engineering.

Jessica Harder Presented in partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers

Connie Stilwell

Kids will explore the living world around them in this fun–filled class about habitats! Plant and animal communities in deserts, polar regions, woodland forests, coral reefs and rainforests will come to life as kids learn about them through art, recreation and literature.

For ages 10 to 14

CECK–290–F01 $65 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 9AM–1PM National Great Rivers Museum

CECK–186–N1 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 1–4PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 0101

Habitat Explorers

Live Animal Lab

Come and explore the exciting world of engineering in this new camp! Alongside members of the Army Corps of Engineers, participants will learn how to use math and science to solve everyday problems through a variety of hands–on activities and team building exercises. Each day will focus on a different engineering discipline including Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Chemical and Green Engineering. CECK–190–F01 $65 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–1PM National Great Rivers Museum

Jessica Harder Presented in partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers

Adventures in Outer Space For ages 8 to 12

Blast off on a series of missions to explore our Solar System and beyond! In this exciting week of camp, you will investigate black holes, comets, and search for extra– solar planets. Led by the coordinators of the River Bend Astronomy Club, you will perform planet temperature experiments and recreate the tests used by the Viking mission to Mars. You’ll create your own guidebook to navigate the night sky and research the location of NASA space missions on–line in the computer lab. You’ll discover how telescopes work while you safely view solar flares and sunspots during the day, and view the moon, planets and galaxies during a special Thursday evening session. Each participant will also get to build their own telescope to take home at the end of the week!

Connie Stilwell

CECK–105–FSW1 $129 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 9AM–12PM Southwestern High School

Tim Reed

To Infinity And Beyond For ages 7 to 9

Join us as we travel to the exciting world of outer space! This fun–filled week will be spent exploring the sun, moon and stars. Through a variety of engaging experiments, we will learn about the science behind the sky including the unique characteristics of solar orbs, the names and locations of constellations, the phases of the moon and star colors. CECK–115–01 $119 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3515

Jill Karcher

CECK–143–N1 $119 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 205

Terry Menz

It’s A Zoo Out There! For ages 7 to 9

Come and explore the exciting world of animals in this interactive class! Through a variety of hands–on activities, kids will spend the week learning about mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and insects. Daily adventures include learning about animal behavior, habitats and unique characteristics of each species. Discover the living world around you as you walk through the sand like camels and create your own bug!

Power Up With Proportions For ages 11 to 13

Jill Karcher

This isn’t your ordinary math class, it’s high impact learning! This class will take your math skills to the next level as you learn how proportions are useful in every day life. Concepts including ratios, rates, percentages and scale will become interactive as you create maps and enlarge comic strips. By the end of the week, you’ll be able to answer the most popular question heard in math classes around the world, “how will I ever use this in real life?”

The Mad Scientist

CECK–126–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1503

CECK–101–01 $119 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3500

CECK–188–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 1500

This interactive animal science class is designed to expand your understanding of companion animals such as dogs, cats, rabbits, chinchillas, ferrets and reptiles. While spending the week in a real veterinary science lab working with live animals, kids will learn proper care and management, history, behaviors, diseases and nutrition through a variety of fun, hands–on activities. Then put their knowledge to the test in a competitive animal–athon at the end of the week.

For ages 7 & 8

Come and join the Mad Scientist as she explores various aspects of the scientific world! We will explore our five senses, physics, weather, light and chemistry through hands–on experiments using things we see around us every day. The week will culminate in our final experiment – creating foaming monsters! Bring your curiosity and get ready to have a blast becoming a young scientist! CECK–181–N1 $129 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 205

Angela Thole

Sharon Andre

Nuts for Newton For ages 11 to 13

Get up close and personal with Newton’s Laws of Motion in this hands-on science class! Learn about friction, inertia and energy through a variety of interactive projects. You’ll even get to demonstrate how the physics of work, force and power come together in the real world as you build your own roller coaster! CECK–178–01 $129 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 Godfrey Campus

Andy Frey

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Kids in the Kitchen The Snack Pack For ages 4 to 6

Calling all junior cooks to join the Snack Pack! You will learn how to read recipes, measure ingredients and be safe in the kitchen as we whip up some great treats using a variety of foods and kid friendly cooking methods. You will be amazed what a little shaking, squeezing, pounding and sprinkling can do to create fun, yummy snacks! CECK–176–F01 $99 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160 CECK–176–01 $99 Mon–Fri Jul 19–Jul 23 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Gloria Darr

Pizzas Galore For ages 6 to 8

Kids will put their own twist on an Italian classic in this hands–on cooking class! Learn how to measure ingredients, read recipes and be safe in the kitchen as you create unique pizzas using a variety of dough, sauces and toppings. Unique creations include breakfast and dessert pizzas, healthy choices including fruit and veggie pizzas, and kid–friendly options like mini–pizzas. Each cook will receive a souvenir apron to take home.

Cooking Without Borders For ages 9 to 12

Young chefs will enjoy this fun, hands–on cooking class aimed at exploring the world of food and expanding their minds. As they prepare and experiment with a variety of foods from different countries, kids will see and taste the world without ever leaving the kitchen. The recipes in this class are sure to take you places! Every chef will receive a souvenir apron and observation journal complete with recipes, photos and reflections to take home at the end of the week. CECK–151–F01 $119 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 9AM–12PM Carlinville Middle School, Home Ec Room 111

Susan Millard

The Secret Ingredient For ages 9 to 12

Kids will develop a passion for cooking as they stir up delicious recipes in this new cooking class! Growing gourmets will learn culinary vocabulary and techniques, how to measure ingredients and stay safe in the kitchen as they whip up new dishes, featuring a special secret ingredient each day. From healthy to decadent, the secret ingredient will change every day and make this a true cooking adventure. Each cook will receive a souvenir apron and create a portfolio complete with recipes, project photos and student reflections to take home at the end of the week. CECK–153–01 $119 Mon–Fri Jun 28–July 2 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

For ages 10 and up

Ashley Jones

CECK–151–F02 $119 Mon–Fri Jun 14–18 1–4PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Stephanie Vallo

CECK–151–01 $119 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

Ashley Jones

CECK–154–01 $119 Mon–Fri Jun 21–25 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201 CECK–154–FED1 $119 Mon–Fri Jul 12–16 9AM–12PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

So You Want To Be A Chef

Kitchen Showdown For ages 13 and up

Are you a fan of cooking competition shows like Top Chef, Chopped or Iron Chef America? Here’s your chance to compete for culinary glory! In this team–based experience, budding culinarians will spend the week preparing to compete against each other by designing a menu based on a top secret ingredient! All while learning skills, tips and tricks used by professional chefs. A panel of surprise celebrity judges from the local culinary scene will decide the winners who will receive an exciting Grand Prize! You don’t want to miss out on this amazing week of learning and competition!

Aspiring chefs will have the real life opportunity to explore a culinary career in this new cooking camp! Learn how to select recipes and portion size, design menus, conduct taste tests, create a theme for a restaurant and serve food using proper techniques. The week will culminate with a special meal for family, friends and a VIP guest, planned entirely by the class! Each student will take home an apron and chef hat along with a portfolio of photos, recipes and reflections from their camp experience. CECK–165–F01 $129 Mon–Fri Jun 28–Jul 2 1–4PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Stephanie Vallo

CECK–152–FED1 $149 Mon–Fri July 19–23 1–4PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab, B160

Ashley Jones

Stephanie Vallo

Technology

LEGO Robotics

Photoshop Fakery

Robotic Pets

Battle Bots

In this fun, creative class you will learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to combine basic photo editing skills with layering, masking and filtering tools to create outlandish fake photos. You will enter the world of visual hoax by creating photos of yourself on the moon, in a valley of dinosaurs and in a number of other interesting settings. You will even have the chance to be the star of your own magazine cover. This bit of fakery is sure to impress your friends and the skills you learn can be used in a variety of school projects. Each student will take home a CD of his or her creations and a framed print of one project completed during the week. Bring your own digital camera and USB cable.

Could you be the next robot pet designer? By now you’re familiar with the little motorized hamsters that follow lines, squeak and giggle when you pet them, and change course when they bump into something. Ever wondered how they work? Using LEGO NXT Mindstorms robots, kids will explore the science behind robotic pets including design and programming, and build a simple robot to accomplish tasks and navigate an obstacle course. Each participant will receive their own robot hamster and light sensing robot spider to take home at the end of the week!

Using LEGO Mindstorms NXT Robots, kids will learn the basics of mechanical design, construction, programming and teamwork as they build their own motorized battle bots! By using principles of simple and complex machines, gearing and mechanical advantage, students will then try to flip, push or smash their opponent’s battle vehicles. Brains will win over brawn through applied physics! Each participant will receive a special take home kit at the end of the week. This camp is designed for those who have previous robotics experience, but all are welcome!

For ages 10 and up

For ages 10 to 14

CECK–129–N1 $179 Mon–Fri Jun 7–11 9AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N3 123

CECK–124–01 $109 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0260

Dixie Gausling

So You Want To Be A Web Designer For ages 10 and up

Calling all kids for a week of fun in our Web Designers Workshop! Alongside a Web site master you will learn how to create and design pages like the professionals. Put your imagination and creativity to work as you get hands–on experience using the free Web–authoring program Nvu and other multimedia tools to create your Web page masterpieces. With your ideas in mind, you will be designing like a pro in no time! CECK–180–01 $99 Wed/Thu/Fri Jun 9–11 9AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0161

Tara Goetz

Techi–Tots: Computer Adventure

Erin Nolan Presented in partnership with the St. Louis Science Center

Robot Revolution For ages 8 to 10

CECK–118–01 $79 Mon–Thu Jul 12–15 10–11:30AM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 3525

CECK–164–01 $179 Mon–Fri Jul 19–23 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Becky Schrage & Andrea Wetzel–Darbon

CECK–174–01 $179 Mon–Fri Jul 26–30 1–4PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 160

Emily Stanley Presented in partnership with The Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois

For ages 4 to 6

Children become Computer Detectives and solve exciting daily missions in this class for “techi–tots”! Each class combines a fun learning adventure with sophisticated technology concepts in a creative way that teaches your child the early literacy skills needed for school, while using the computer as a tool. Alongside certified Imagine Tomorrow teachers, kids will have fun creating passports to places like Internet Island and Email Trail. Children receive daily “snailmail” with passwords for at home practice and a T–shirt upon class completion.

For ages 11 and up

Junior Engineers will get hands–on robot building experience as they design, test and tackle challenges in this new robotics camp! We’ll start the week trying to answer one simple question – What is a robot? Using the LEGO Mindstorms system, we will explore the basics of robotics, mechanics and programming. Throughout the week, campers will apply what they’ve learned and hone their skills to tackle various challenges. Each participant will receive a special take home kit at the end of the week. This camp is geared toward beginners, but all skill levels are welcome!

Erin Nolan Presented in partnership with the St. Louis Science Center

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Meet the Instructors Desirée Bennyhoff

is a graphic designer and communications specialist who loves digital photography. She graduated from SIU Edwardsville with a Bachelor’s degree in design and advertising and is finishing her Master of Arts thesis in Speech Communication. Photography is Desirée’s favorite hobby and she frequently uses her design and photography skills to support local charities.

Vera Bojic is a graduate

of the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign with a degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. She serves as the state RiverWatch Program Coordinator and works with The National Great Rivers Research & Education Center at Lewis and Clark Community College.

Brendan Neal began practicing

martial arts in 1980 and received his first black belt in taekwondo in 1984. He is currently a 3rd degree black belt in taekwondo, a 2nd degree black belt in bujitsu-kai and has trained in various martial arts and combat sports such as serrada escrma, shorin-ryu karate, judo and MMA. He has taught at many locations – to all ages and genders – over the last 25 years. He seeks to propagate martial arts as not just a sport, but as an all-inclusive do (way) of self-improvement and self-protection.

Terry Menz of Highland holds a Master’s degree in Teaching and in Business and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology/Medical Technology. She teaches science at Edwardsville High School. Terry and her husband Jeff are outreach coordinators for the Riverbend Astronomy Club which participates in the NASA Night Sky Network. Stacey Wolff is an elementary school

German teacher and coordinator of the foreign language program for the Alton School District. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in German with a minor in Linguistics and a Master’s degree in English from SIUE. She has traveled extensively in Europe where she was exposed to German art, architecture and culture firsthand.

Ashley Jones has a

Bachelor’s degree in Special Education and is a teacher at the Alton Middle School. She loves reading, shopping and cooking!

Beth Speer is a teacher and working

artist who makes her living painting murals, creating greeting cards for Hallmark, and teaching at various schools. Her passion is teaching lifelong art-making skills that excites the imaginations of her students. Beth currently teaches at Trimpe Middle School in Bethalto and coaches the Civic Memorial High School Varsity Cheer Team.

Gloria Darr earned

a Master’s degree in Elementary Education and has been an education consultant for 25 years. Gloria loves telling stories and has an extensive collection of children’s books. She writes songs for preschoolers and has directed many children’s musicals and plays.

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Jason Lux was raised by artists and began training at a young age. He received his Associate’s degree in Fine Arts with honors from Lewis and Clark Community College and is pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in metals and printmaking at SIUE. Jason has been teaching College for Kids art classes since 2006. TechiTots Inc. Learning Center is owned by Becky Schrage and Andrea Wetzel–Darbon. Their goal is to prepare all young children with the skills they will need to succeed in their future. Each class experience integrates sophisticated technology concepts that even the youngest students understand and enjoy. Stephanie Vallo has combined her background in Family and Consumer Sciences and Education with a certification in Culinary Arts to pursue her passion for educating students of all ages in the practical life skills related to cooking, food science and nutrition. While Stephanie’s main interest lies in baking and pastry, she believes that learning how to properly select, store, prepare and serve food made with high quality, nutritious ingredients are essential skills to be cultivated by children and adults.

Sharon Andre

earned her Master’s degree from SIUE and has been teaching students from elementary school to high school for 18 years. She currently teaches math at Liberty Middle School in Edwardsville and enjoys helping students learn that math can be fun.

Connie Stilwell enjoys helping

kids explore science and social science themes through the use of lots and lots of books and creative craft projects! She earned a Master’s degree in Teacher Development from McKendree University and has been teaching elementary school students for 19 years.

Jill Karcher graduated from Southeast Missouri State with a Bachelor’s degree in Education and currently teaches first grade in the Edwardsville school district. She enjoys teaching science and helping kids learn through experimentation.

Julie Plunkett teaches elementary students in the Edwardsville School district. To teach younger students who are just beginning to read makes her feel lucky because she is able to help foster a love of learning, guiding students to become lifelong readers.

Amie Hanneken

loves math and helping students understand abstract concepts through manipulation, discovery, connecting, and sharing ideas with peers. She is a graduate of Millikin University and has taught middle school for seven years in the Edwardsville school district.

Andy Frey teaches middle school English and coaches baseball in the Triad school district. He formerly taught science in the Millstadt school district and coached a middle school Science Olympiad Team to First Place in the 2007 SIUE Regional Competition.

“Mad scientist” Angela Thole earned a

Bachelor’s degree in elementary education from SIUE and teaches in the Triad school district. She loves learning new things as much as her students do, and challenges her students to inquire about the world around them, think critically, and become life-long learners.

Kevin Wellhausen is an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Allied Health division at Lewis and Clark Community College. He earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Nursing from SIUE.

Diana Lockwood is a

12-year veteran middle school language arts teacher. She teaches a writing based curriculum at Liberty Middle School in Edwardsville and loves guiding her students in developing their original ideas into colorfully illustrated stories.

Jenny Amador has studied the Spanish language for 10 years and currently teaches it at Liberty Middle School in Edwardsville. She has lived and traveled extensively in Mexico and enjoys helping kids appreciate new cultures and languages.

Christa Stiening

minored in Spanish at the University of Illinois and graduated with a degree in Elementary Education. She teaches Spanish in the Edwardsville school district and is passionate about sharing her knowledge of the Spanish language and culture with her students.

Erin Volkmann is an Environmental Educator for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is working on her thesis for a Master’s degree in Environmental Science from SIUE. She formerly taught middle school science classes in Phoenix, Arizona, and enjoys facilitating education adventures in outdoor settings.

Tara Goetz earned a Bachelor’s

degree in Organizational Management and Visual Communications from Ashford University. Tara teaches computer graphics and Web design at Lewis and Clark Community College, and enjoys helping students of all ages express their creativity with technology.

Illinois Agriculture Teacher of the Year and Excellence in Teaching award winner Tim Reed, M.A., studied agriculture at the University of Illinois and at the St. Petersburg Agrarian University in Russia. Tim teaches agriculture at Southwestern High School. He has worked with animals his entire life and loves teaching his students about animal science.

Corinne Didisheim

is an artist who enjoys teaching children the joy and power of authentic self-expression through a variety of art techniques including linocut, watercolor, Book Arts, and Origami. She holds a Master’s degree in Studio Art from Webster University and has studied at New York University, the New York School of Painting, Drawing and Sculpture, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and Ecole des Beaux Arts in Geneva, Switzerland. Corinne exhibits locally in St. Louis and New York City.

Dixie Gausling is a computer

educator. Retired professor Ronald Glossop, Ph.D., taught philosophy and peace studies for 40 years, and has taught Esperanto for 25 years to college students at SIUE and elementary students in Edwardsville and other U.S. cities. He spent last August teaching Esperanto to children in China, and has participated in international Esperanto conferences in 12 different countries. Dr. Glossop is president of the American Association of Teachers of Esperanto and Treasurer of the Esperanto Association of St. Louis.

Dawna Egelhoff, RN

is an Assistant Professor in the Nursing program at Lewis and Clark Community College and has been a registered nurse for 15 years. As a parent, experienced instructor of babysitting classes and a certified CPR instructor, Dawna is prepared to teach teens the skills they need to handle emergencies and be the best babysitter on the block.

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graphics student at Lewis and Clark Community College with extraordinary skill and passion for photography. Her future plans include becoming an

Abby Dehner enjoys

working with children of all ages and is eager to share her enthusiasm for learning. She is a recent graduate of Eastern Illinois University and currently teaches reading to elementary students in the Alton school district.

Susan Millard is

a substitute teacher for the Carlinville School district and has taught College for Kids classes for 8 years. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Social Work from Western Illinois University and bakes desserts for the Salsa Grill, a local restaurant on the square in Carlinville.

Erin Nolan has a Bachelor’s degree in

Physics from Michigan State University. She has a passion for science and loves to see robotic creations come to life as they bring out the “Frankenstein in all of us!”

Brad Winn is the museum director the Lewis and Clark State Historic Site at Camp Dubois in Hartford and teaches History at Lewis and Clark Community College.

Emily Stanley has a Master’s degree in Zoology and is the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program manager for the Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois. As the mentor of five Girl Scouts LEGO Robotics teams, Emily teaches with a self-described “silly sense of humor” and is experienced in helping kids understand and enjoy science. Jessica Harder is a Park Ranger

for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is studying Mechanical Engineering at SIUE. She looks forward to helping her students develop a passion for engineering and teaching them skills for how to solve real life problems.


Classes by Location Alton

River Island Adventure II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 23. . . . . . . . 11 & 12. . . . . . $55 Engineering Explorers I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . grades 5-8. . . $65 Engineering Explorers II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . grades 9-12. . $65 River Island Adventure I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 21 . . . . . . . . 9 & 10. . . . . . . $55

Bethalto

Little Stirrups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 5-26. . . . . . 4 and up. . . . . $99 Rocky Branch Saddle Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 5-26. . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $99 Giddey Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-10 . . . . . . 9 and up. . . . . $169 Little Stirrups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 10-31. . . . . . 4 and up. . . . . $99 Rocky Branch Saddle Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 10-31. . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $99 Giddey Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-29. . . . . . 9 and up. . . . . $169

Carlinville

Cooking Without Borders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $119 On Target! Beginning Archery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 9 to 14 . . . . . . $99 So You Want To Be A Magician. . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $139

Edwardsville

Pony Pals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 5 to 8. . . . . . . $199 A Story a Day. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 7-11. . . . . . . Kindergarten . $119 Make a Play in 5 Days I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . grades 3,4. . . $119 Dino-Mite Dinos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Robotic Pets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 10 to 14 . . . . . $179 The Snack Pack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Pony Pals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 5 to 8. . . . . . . $199 Cooking without Borders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $119 The World of Esperanto. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 14 . . . . . . $99 World Travelers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 The Human Machine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 Mega Bloks Math. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 11 to 13 . . . . . $109 Eco-Friendly Kids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 21-25 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 The Five Wonders of the Body . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 Dance Around the World. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 3 to 5. . . . . . . $49 Five Countries in Five Days. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 6 to 9. . . . . . . $49 Pony Pals II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 6 to 10 . . . . . . $199 Once Upon an Artist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 6 and up. . . . . $109 The Mad Scientist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 7 to 8. . . . . . . $129 Pony Pals II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 6 to 10 . . . . . . $199 So You Want to Be A Chef. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 10 and up. . . . $129 The Globe Trotters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Fiesta Time!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 8 to 10 . . . . . . $109 Pony Pals III. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 7 to 12 . . . . . . $199 Pizzas Galore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 6 to 8. . . . . . . $119 Make Believe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 13-15. . . . . . 2 to 5. . . . . . . $39 Megapixel Masters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 9 and up. . . . . $99

Adventures in Outer Space. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $119

Girls Volleyball I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 7-9. . . . . . . . grades 6,7,8. . $40

Let’s Learn Spanish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 6 to 7. . . . . . . $109 Take the Show on the Road!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . grades 1,2. . . $119 Make a Play in 5 Days II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . grades 5,6. . . $119 Kitchen Showdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 13 and up. . . . $149 Kindergarten Kamp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 20-22. . . . . . 3 to 5. . . . . . . $49 Kitchen Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $109 Summer Circus Spectacular. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 6 to 12 . . . . . . $199

Techi Tots: Computer Adventure . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-15. . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $79 Summer Circus Spectacular. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 6 to 12 . . . . . . $199 So You Want To Be A Photographer. . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $109 Jazz It Up Jewelry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 7 and up. . . . . $119 Kindermusik – Creatures in My Backyard . . . . . July 12-August 9. 1.5 to 3. . . . . . $65 Kindermusik – On the Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-August 9. 3 to 5. . . . . . . $75 Kindermusik – Creatures in My Backyard . . . . . July 13-August 10.1.5 to 3. . . . . . $65 Kindermusik – On the Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 13-August 10.3 to 5. . . . . . . $75 The Snack Pack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 So You Want To Be A Party Planner . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99

Godfrey

Junior Golf for Beginners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 29-July 3. . . 8 to 15 . . . . . . $99 Stream Team. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-10 . . . . . . 9 to 11 . . . . . . $49 In the Spotlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 7 to 13 . . . . . . $195 Boys Basketball I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . grades 4,5,6. . $60 Girls Basketball I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . grades 4,5,6. . $60 Book Sculptures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $109 Inside our Bodies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $109 On Target! Beginning Archery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 9 to 14 . . . . . . $99 Competitive Stroke Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-18 . . . . . . 6 and up. . . . . $50 Kindermusik – Creatures in the Ocean. . . . . . . June 7-July 5. . . . 1.5 to 3. . . . . . $65 Kindermusik – Tell Me a Tale. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-July 5. . . . 5 to 7. . . . . . . $75 So You Want To Be A Web Designer. . . . . . . . . June 9-11 . . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $99 So You Want to Be A Babysitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . June 10-11 . . . . . 11 to 15 . . . . . $75 Beyond the Spotlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 12 and up. . . . $195 Little Schoolhouse on the Prairie. . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $119 Nuts for Newton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 11 to 13 . . . . . $129 Go with Van Gogh. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 5 to 8. . . . . . . $109 So You Want To Be A Choreographer . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $99 Cartwheels & Megaphones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 16-18 . . . . . 6 to 9. . . . . . . $109 We’ve Got Spirit! Cheerleading Camp. . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $149 Kangaroo Outback. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 The Ooey Gooey Slime Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 Pizzas Galore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 6 to 8. . . . . . . $119 Animal Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $109 School House Rock Live! Jr.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 6 to 11 . . . . . . $179 Competitive Diving Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-July 2. . . 6 and up. . . . . $50 Habitat Explorers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 H2O-O-Oh! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 Little Sprouts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Dance Around the World. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 3 to 5. . . . . . . $49 Five Countries in Five Days. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 6 to 9. . . . . . . $49 So You Want To Be A Magician. . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $139 The Secret Ingredient . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $119 Boys Basketball II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . grades 7,8,9. . $60 Girls Basketball II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . grades 7,8,9. . $60 Guys and Dolls Jr.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 12 and up. . . . $249

Photoshop Fakery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $109 Robot Revolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 8 to 10 . . . . . . $179 Spanish Adventure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 9 to 13 . . . . . . $109 It’s A Zoo Out There!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $119 Inspired Ink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 12 to 14 . . . . . $129 Power Up with Proportions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 11 to 13 . . . . . $109 Prehistoric Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $109 Shining Stars. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Battle Bots. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 11 and up. . . . $179 To Infinity and Beyond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $119 Kinder Deutsch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-29. . . . . . 6 and up. . . . . $109 Art Safari. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $109 Taekwondo for Kids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $109 Boys & Girls Soccer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 2-5 . . . . . grades 4,5,6. . $45

Hartford

L&C Junior Explorers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 9 to 11 . . . . . . $59

Highland

Everything Equine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Everything Equine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Everything Equine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Everything Equine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Advanced Equine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $265

Piasa

Live Animal Lab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 10 to 14 . . . . . $129

Classes by Age Kindermusik – Creatures in the Ocean. . . . . . . June 7-July 5. . . . 1.5 to 3. . . . . . $65 Kindermusik – Creatures in My Backyard . . . . . July 12-August 9. 1.5 to 3. . . . . . $65 Kindermusik – Creatures in My Backyard . . . . . July 13-August 10.1.5 to 3. . . . . . $65 Make Believe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 13-15. . . . . . 2 to 5. . . . . . . $39 Dance Around the World. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 3 to 5. . . . . . . $49 Dance Around the World. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 3 to 5. . . . . . . $49 Kindermusik – On the Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-August 9. 3 to 5. . . . . . . $75 Kindermusik – On the Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 13-August 10.3 to 5. . . . . . . $75 Kindergarten Kamp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 20-22. . . . . . 3 to 5. . . . . . . $49 Dino-Mite Dinos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 The Snack Pack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Kangaroo Outback. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Little Sprouts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Techi Tots: Computer Adventure . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-15. . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $79 The Globe Trotters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 The Snack Pack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Shining Stars. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 4 to 6. . . . . . . $99 Little Stirrups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 5-26. . . . . . 4 and up. . . . . $99 Little Stirrups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 10-31. . . . . . 4 and up. . . . . $99 Kindermusik – Tell Me a Tale. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-July 5. . . . 5 to 7. . . . . . . $75 A Story a Day. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 7-11. . . . . . . Kindergarten . $119 Pony Pals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 5 to 8. . . . . . . $199 Pony Pals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 5 to 8. . . . . . . $199 Go with Van Gogh. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 5 to 8. . . . . . . $109 Let’s Learn Spanish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 6 to 7. . . . . . . $109 Pizzas Galore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 6 to 8. . . . . . . $119 Pizzas Galore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 6 to 8. . . . . . . $119 Cartwheels & Megaphones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 16-18 . . . . . 6 to 9. . . . . . . $109 Five Countries in Five Days. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 6 to 9. . . . . . . $49 Five Countries in Five Days. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 6 to 9. . . . . . . $49

Inside our Bodies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $109 World Travelers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 The Human Machine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 The Ooey Gooey Slime Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 Animal Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $109 Eco-Friendly Kids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 21-25 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 The Five Wonders of the Body . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 Habitat Explorers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 H2O-O-Oh! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 So You Want To Be A Party Planner . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $99 It’s A Zoo Out There!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $119 To Infinity and Beyond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 7 to 9. . . . . . . $119 Pony Pals III. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 7 to 12 . . . . . . $199 In the Spotlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 7 to 13 . . . . . . $195

Boys & Girls Soccer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 2-5 . . . . . grades 4,5,6. . $45 Spanish Adventure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 9 to 13 . . . . . . $109 On Target! Beginning Archery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 9 to 14 . . . . . . $99 The World of Esperanto. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 14 . . . . . . $99 On Target! Beginning Archery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 9 to 14 . . . . . . $99 Giddey Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-10 . . . . . . 9 and up. . . . . $169 Megapixel Masters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 9 and up. . . . . $99 Giddey Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-29. . . . . . 9 and up. . . . . $169 Engineering Explorers I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . grades 5-8. . . $65 Make a Play in 5 Days II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . grades 5,6. . . $119 Robotic Pets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 10 to 14 . . . . . $179 Live Animal Lab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 10 to 14 . . . . . $129

Jazz It Up Jewelry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 7 and up. . . . . $119 Fiesta Time!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 8 to 10 . . . . . . $109 Robot Revolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 8 to 10 . . . . . . $179 Make a Play in 5 Days I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . grades 3,4. . . $119 So You Want To Be A Magician. . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $139 So You Want To Be A Magician. . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $139 Adventures in Outer Space. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $119 Taekwondo for Kids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $109 Kitchen Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 8 to 12 . . . . . . $109 Junior Golf for Beginners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 29-July 3. . . 8 to 15 . . . . . . $99 Everything Equine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Everything Equine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Everything Equine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Everything Equine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Rocky Branch Saddle Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 10-31. . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $99 Advanced Equine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $265 Rocky Branch Saddle Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 5-26. . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $99 Prehistoric Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23 . . . . . 8 and up. . . . . $109

Book Sculptures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $109 So You Want To Be A Web Designer. . . . . . . . . June 9-11 . . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $99 We’ve Got Spirit! Cheerleading Camp. . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $149 So You Want to Be A Chef. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 10 and up. . . . $129 Art Safari. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $109 So You Want To Be A Photographer. . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $109 Photoshop Fakery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 10 and up. . . . $109 River Island Adventure II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 23. . . . . . . . 11 & 12. . . . . . $55 Nuts for Newton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 11 to 13 . . . . . $129 Mega Bloks Math. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 11 to 13 . . . . . $109 Power Up with Proportions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 11 to 13 . . . . . $109 Girls Volleyball I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 7-9. . . . . . . . grades 6,7,8. . $40 So You Want to Be A Babysitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . June 10-11 . . . . . 11 to 15 . . . . . $75 Battle Bots. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 11 and up. . . . $179 Inspired Ink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 12 to 14 . . . . . $129

River Island Adventure I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 21 . . . . . . . . 9 & 10. . . . . . . $55

Boys Basketball II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . grades 7,8,9. . $60 Girls Basketball II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . grades 7,8,9. . $60

School House Rock Live! Jr.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 6 to 11 . . . . . . $179

Stream Team. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-10 . . . . . . 9 to 11 . . . . . . $49 L&C Junior Explorers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 9 to 11 . . . . . . $59

Beyond the Spotlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 12 and up. . . . $195 Guys and Dolls Jr.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 12 and up. . . . $249

Summer Circus Spectacular. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . 6 to 12 . . . . . . $199 Summer Circus Spectacular. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-30. . . . . . 6 to 12 . . . . . . $199

Boys Basketball I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . grades 4,5,6. . $60 Girls Basketball I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-11. . . . . . . grades 4,5,6. . $60

Kitchen Showdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . 13 and up. . . . $149

Take the Show on the Road!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 19-23. . . . . . grades 1,2. . . $119

Cooking without Borders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $119 Little Schoolhouse on the Prairie. . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $119 So You Want To Be A Choreographer . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $99 Cooking Without Borders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 14-18 . . . . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $119 The Secret Ingredient . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 9 to 12 . . . . . . $119

Pony Pals II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-25 . . . . . 6 to 10 . . . . . . $199 Pony Pals II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 6 to 10 . . . . . . $199

Engineering Explorers II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 12-16. . . . . . grades 9-12. . $65 Competitive Stroke Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 7-18 . . . . . . 6 and up. . . . . $50 Competitive Diving Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-July 2. . . 6 and up. . . . . $50 Once Upon an Artist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 6 and up. . . . . $109 Kinder Deutsch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26-29. . . . . . 6 and up. . . . . $109 The Mad Scientist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 28-July 2 . . 7 to 8. . . . . . . $129

Corporate & Community Learning

It’s What You Know.

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Classes for Adults Personal Enrichment Easy Riders

Never ridden a horse? Used to ride years ago and need a riding refresher? Come join the Easy Riders class for adults! In this 4 week class, learn how to be more comfortable and safe around horses while learning how to ride with style and confidence. Riders may choose either an English or Western style saddle. Lesson horses are well–trained and kind–hearted. Riders will be contacted by the instructor prior to the start date to discuss class requirements. (Class size is limited to maximize one–on–one instruction.) CEPE–128–F50 $99 Sun Jun 6–27 12–1:30PM Bethalto, Rocky Branch Stables CEPE–128–F51 $99 Sun Jul 11–Aug 1 12–1:30PM Bethalto, Rocky Branch Stables

Lesa Teepe

Golf for Beginners

Ceramic Plate Painting

Participants in this hands–on workshop will explore the art of ceramic plate painting by completing a unique piece of their own. Alongside artist and owner of Alton Stained Glass Works Lynne Ulett–Wenk, you will learn a wide variety of decorating techniques including marbling, stamping, spritzing and blotting as you create a beautiful and functional 9 ¾ inch rimmed plate. A $25 materials fee is payable at the beginning of the workshop.

Exterior Home Repair

Tired of paying other people to fix your house? Learn the basics of easy home repair in this hands–on, practical workshop for homeowners. Focus will be on outdoor repair and exterior maintenance such as roofing, siding, driveways, masonry, gutters, and landscaping. Discussion of tool safety and maintenance will also be included. Bring your questions! CEHG–161–60 $19 Mon Jun 14 6–9PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0174

Chuck Herring

Give Me 5

You can have a delicious, nutritious and wholesome meal on the table in no time when each dish includes only 5 ingredients or less! In this hands–on workshop, you will learn how to create delectable dishes out of just a few simple, fresh ingredients. Learn which pantry supplies you should keep on hand in order to maximize the flavor of a minimal number of ingredients. CEHG–162–F60 $35 Tue Aug 3 6–8:30PM Edwardsville High School, Foods Lab B160

Stephanie Vallo

Garden Fresh

Learn how to make the most of the season’s freshest foods! In this hands–on cooking workshop, you will try new recipes for summer specialties using tomatoes, peaches, cucumbers and other fresh produce that are overflowing from your backyard garden or farmer’s market. Learn ways to pair them with various starches and proteins to create a light and nutritious summer meal!

Stephanie Vallo

Helen Hoepfner

Stamp–A–Stack

Icelandic Murder Mystery

Exploring the hobby of paper crafting or looking to try your hand at new techniques in card making? Are you an avid crafter who wants to meet others who share your passion? In this hands–on workshop you will learn how to use a variety of techniques to create a set of 10 cards including Birthday, Thank You, Thinking of You, With Sympathy and more! Fee includes most supplies and materials. Please bring your own scissors, adhesive and paper cutter with scoring blade. Previous experience in paper crafting is not required; all are welcome!

If you are interested in unique whodunnits this class is for you! Originating from the frozen North Atlantic, the Icelandic murder mystery genre is gaining international attention. Internationally recognized Icelandic literary scholar and instructor Chay Lemoine will lead group discussions about plot, character and themes as he guides participants through the cultural differences that make these crime novels so unique. In just 4 weeks, participants will read and discuss two successful debut novels by the reigning king and queen of Icelandic crime solving, Jar City by Arnaldur Indrithason and Last Rituals by Yrsa Sigurdardottir. The books are not included in the course fee, but are available from most local libraries.

CEAC–122–N60 $40 Wed Jun 23 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119 CEAC–122–N61 $40 Wed Jul 21 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119

Laura Schmidt

CEPE–204–N60 $59 Wed Jun 9–30 6–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N8 205

Chay Lemoine

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Ballroom Dancing: Intermediate

CEHG–163–50 $35 Sat Jun 26 1–3:30PM Godfrey Campus, Reid 0201

CEPE–130–60 $20 Thu Jul 22 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0156

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CEPE–119–N60 $38 Thur Jun 10–Jul 15 6–7PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, Leclaire Atrium Pauline Cavalie

Laura McCune

Lynne Ulett–Wenk

This introductory workshop is designed to help creative writers find their voice by learning the essentials of playwriting. Alongside award–winning playwright Helen Hoepfner, aspiring writers will explore basic play structure and development, various processes used by renowned playwrights as well as techniques for writing successful compositions. Through short writing exercises and peer critiques, participants will be introduced to a dialogue necessary in effective playwriting.

This introductory class offers basic instruction in the Foxtrot, Polka, Waltz, and Rumba. Whether new to ballroom dancing, or just needing to brush up on some of the basics, instructor Pauline Cavalie will have you dancing like the stars in no time! Wear appropriate shoes for dancing (no tennis shoes) and bring a partner! Course fee is per person.

CESC–110–F60 $99 Tue May 25–Jun 29 6:30–8:30PM Godfrey, Rolling Hills Golf Course

CEAC–125–F60 $20 Thu Jun 10 6–9PM Alton Stained Glass Works

The Essentials of Playwriting

Ballroom Dancing: Beginning

From tee to green, beginning golfers will learn the fundamentals of the game including swing, putting, chipping, pitching, club selection, rules and course etiquette in this 6–week course. Alongside instructor and LPGA member Laura McCune, you will receive individual coaching and support as you progress through all phases of the game. Bring your clubs if you have them or they will be provided upon request.

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Build on the basics and continue to improve your dancing skills in this intermediate-level class. Dancers must have previous ballroom dance experience or have completed the Beginning Ballroom class. Professional dance instructor Pauline Cavalie makes dancing fun and easy for everyone! Wear appropriate shoes for dancing (no tennis shoes) and bring a partner! Course fee is per person. CEPE–219–N60 $38 Thur Jun 10–Jul 15 7–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, Leclaire Atrium Pauline Cavalie

Ballroom Dancing: Advanced

This advanced class is for experienced ballroom dancers. Learn more intricate dance patterns and develop some patterns of your own. Have fun and gain more confidence and skills on the dance floor as you learn from professional dancer and instructor Pauline Cavalie. Wear appropriate shoes for dancing (no tennis shoes) and bring a partner! Course fee is per person. CEPE–319–N60 $38 Thur Jun 10–Jul 15 8–9PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, Leclaire Atrium Pauline Cavalie

Advanced Spanish (Tertulias)

Are you fluent in Spanish and would like an opportunity to practice the language with others? This new workshop is designed to enhance your current knowledge of the Spanish language and expand it by discussing topics including culture and current events of various Spanish–speaking countries. Discussions will be led by native speaker and instructor, Ana Harris. Course fee includes a pocket dictionary for reference. CEPE–340–N60 $45 Wed Jun 23–Jul 14 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 101

Ana Harris


Health & Fitness Fitness Challenge

A six–week fitness challenge meeting once a week designed to create a solid foundation for healthy living. This course will include practical instruction in nutrition, yoga and meditation. If you are interested in losing weight, increasing flexibility, eating healthier and managing pain and stress associated with the challenges of everyday life make the commitment and try our six–week fitness challenge. This course is ideal for individuals or sign up with a friend for added support. Everyone will receive their own yoga mat. This course is taught by licensed massage therapist Sheila Brown and will include an introduction to the relaxing benefits of homeopathic care. CESC–103–F60 $150 Thu Jul 1–Aug 5 6–8PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

Sheila Brown

Adult Learn to Swim

This is a basic course for non–swimmers and very new swimmers (and those who have fear of the water!). Small group sessions are taught by Red Cross certified water safety instructors in a relaxed atmosphere with one– on–one assistance as needed. In addition to the obvious health benefits from this class, you can achieve more self confidence as a swimmer. $33 CESW–005–1A Sat CESW–005–1B Sat

May 22–Jun 26 8:30–9:15AM Jul 10–Aug 7 8:30–9:15AM

Water Exercise

Get into shape in a refreshing new way. Designed for both swimmers and non– swimmers, this aquatic exercise class is held in the shallow end of the pool. Each class period includes times for individual aquatic activities and/or lap swimming at the end of the exercise. $25 CESW–007–1A Tue/Thu CESW–007–1B Tue/Thu CESW–007–2A Tue/Thu CESW–007–2B Tue/Thu CESW–007–3A Tue/Thu CESW–007–3B Tue/Thu CESW–007–6A Tue/Thu CESW–007–6B Tue/Thu

May 18–Jun 24 Jun 29–Aug 5 May 18–Jun 24 Jun 29–Aug 5 May 18–Jun 24 Jun 29–Aug 5 May 18–Jun 24 Jun 29–Aug 5

8–9AM 8–9AM 9–10AM 9–10AM 10–11AM 10–11AM 8–PM 8–9PM

Arthritis Exercise

Improve your flexibility and mobility in this gentle exercise class. Designed for swimmers and non–swimmers, each class period includes time for individual exercise activities and/or lap swimming. Classes are held in the shallow end of the Hatheway Pool on the Godfrey Campus. $25 CESW–008–1A Mon/Wed CESW–008–1B Mon/Wed CESW–008–2A Mon/Wed CESW–008–2B Mon/Wed CESW–008–6A Tue/Thu CESW–008–6B Tue/Thu

May 17–Jun 23 Jun 28–Aug 4 May 17–Jun 23 Jun 28–Aug 4 May 18–Jun 24 Jun 29–Aug 5

9–10AM 9–10AM 10–11AM 10–11AM 7–8PM 7–8PM

Water Exercise

Get into shape in a refreshing new way. Designed for both swimmers and nonswimmers, this aquatic exercise class is held in the shallow end of the pool. Each class period includes times for individual aquatic activities and/or lap swimming at the end of the exercise.

Going Green Greening Your Neighborhood

Learn how to create an eco–friendly yard in this new hands–on workshop. Join staff from The Rain Garden Network as we “get dirty” with Lewis and Clark’s campus and learn how to green our landscape by using simple, sustainable practices like composting and gardening. Whether you have a large yard or a small lot, these techniques will help reduce the contribution to climate change by conserving water, reducing pollution and creating habitats for wildlife such as native birds and butterflies. In the event of rain, the workshop will be rescheduled for May 16. CEGR–100–50 $59 Sat May 15 10AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 0101

Sue Cubberly, Rain Garden Network

Stormwater Management for Homeowners

Seventy percent of the Earth is covered by water but only 1% is in a form usable to humans. In this new environmental workshop, participants will learn some creative ways to make the most of their 1%. Through a variety of hands–on activities you will explore the water cycle, the impact of runoff on our water resources, and simple solutions for reducing storm water runoff at your home. In the event of rain, the workshop will be rescheduled for June 20. CEGR–101–50 $59 Sat Jun 19 10AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 0101

Sue Cubberly, Rain Garden Network

Introduction to Green Building & Remodeling

Whether you’re building a new home or remodeling an existing one, this workshop is designed to teach homeowners the basics of High Performance Green Building. Participants will learn how to make their home more energy efficient and environmentally friendly which can reduce household expenses and decrease the effect on climate change. Instructor Don Dieckmann will share tips on green building techniques including solar energy, water conservation, wind turbines, heating, cooling, lighting and protection against harmful mold and gasses. Don has more than 30 years experience in construction, property management and home inspection. CEGR–102–N60 $49 Mon Jun 21 & 28 6–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N4 119 CEGR–102–60 $49 Mon Jul 19 & 26 6–8PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 2502

Don Dieckmann

Grid Tie Photovoltaic Design

This 32-hour course presents competencies and expected outcomes for advanced photovoltaic (solar panel) design and grid tied installations. Participants apply the standards presented in the National Electric Code (NEC) as they perform grid interface calculations, ground considerations and wire sizing. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Photovoltaic Design & Installation or permission of the instructor. CEPD–610–01 $595 Fri/Sat May 14–Jun 5 6–9PM & 9–3PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 271

$35 CESW–003–1A Mon/Wed/Fri May 17–Jun 25 8–9AM CESW–003–1B Mon/Wed/Fri Jun 28–Aug 6 8–9AM

Mike Morgan and Jim Duffey

Travel & Tourism Active Retirement Professional Certificate

Get ready for a new career as a travel professional! Students who successfully complete all three courses in the Professional Certificate Sequence and pass the Travel Agent Proficiency Exam will earn a Travel and Tourism Professional Certificate issued jointly by Lewis and Clark Community College and Heartland Community College. All coursework is completed online; Internet access is required. For more information, visit www.lc.edu/ccl or contact Carla at 618.468.5710 or ccoury@lc.edu.

Geography for Travel and Tourism

Geography literacy is essential for those planning a career in the travel, tourism or hospitality industries. Learn about the world’s most popular destinations and how to match clients to destinations, arrange travel itineraries and respond to common requests. $349 (plus textbook) Aug 30–Dec 19

Nancy K. Roop

The Business of Travel and Tourism

Begin your journey to a successful career in travel and tourism with a systematic, realworld focused and comprehensive review of this exciting profession. $349 (plus textbook) Aug 30–Dec 19

Nancy K. Roop

Travel Agent Proficiency Exam Review This comprehensive online review will prepare you to be successful on the Travel Agent Proficiency (TAP) Exam. $349 (plus textbook) Aug 30–Dec 19

Nancy K. Roop

Escorting and NEW! Designing Group Tours

Explore the dynamics of escorting tour groups on single- or multiday tours both in the U.S. and abroad.

A Guide to NEW! the Cruise Industry

Learn how to market, promote, price and book a cruise vacation for individuals or groups. $249 (plus textbook) Sept 13–Dec 5

Computer Boot Camp

Learn how to use a computer and make your life easier – at home and at work! This basic training course is perfect for new computer users or those whose skills need refreshing. Learn how to use the mouse and keyboard effectively, set up an email account on the Internet, organize and print files, keep your computer safe from viruses, and purchase a new computer. CECC–101–01 $79 Fri Jun 4–25 10AM–12PM Godfrey Campus, Trimpe 0160

Ron Downey CECC–101–M1 $79 Tue/Thu Jun 15–24 10AM–12PM Carlinville, Macoupin County Center 106

Meeting & Event Planning: An Introduction to the Industry NEW! Learn about meeting and convention venues, destination management organizations, service contractors, special events management, budgeting, marketing and producing MEEC gatherings, including legal issues, technology and international issues.

CECC–101–N1 $79 Fri Jul 16–Aug 6 10AM–12PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 0121

$349 (plus textbook) Aug 30–Dec 19

CEAR–100–N60 $19 Tue/Wed Jul 6–7 6:30–8PM N.O. Nelson Campus, N4 0119

Ron Downey

This workshop is designed to help you keep in touch with your family and friends through effective use of email. Participants will learn basic tasks including setting up an email account, sending, receiving and saving attachments like photos and documents, organizing your inbox and accessing your email from outside locations. You should already be familiar with computer and Windows basics to be successful in this class. CEAR–102–M1 $19 Wed May 26 10AM–12PM Carlinville, Macoupin County Center 106 Tara Goetz

NEW!

Caribbean Destination Specialist

This instructional workshop is designed to guide families through various stages of the elder care journey. Presented by a licensed elder law attorney, you will learn how to plan for financial management of assets and property and basic legal information about wills, trusts, and power of attorney. This knowledge will help aging adults maintain control of their decision making in a way that protects themselves and their assets. Once you are enrolled, additional family members may attend this workshop at a reduced fee of $10 per person. Family members should refer to course number CEAR 101 when enrolling. Registration is required, no walk– ins please. CEAR–100–60 $19 Tue/Wed Jun 1–2 6:30–8PM Godfrey Campus, Haskell 0101

Tara Goetz

Easy Email

The Elder Care Journey

CEAR–100–M60 $19 Tue/Wed Aug 3–4 6:30–8PM Carlinville, Macoupin County Center 0112

Rick Gibson

Spanish for Beginners

Want to learn Spanish this summer? This introductory course will teach the basics of the Spanish language and is designed for those with little to no previous experience. Each interactive session will include exercises led by native speaker and instructor, Ana Harris. Course fee includes a reference book. CEPE–140–N1 $79 Tue/Thu Jun 22–Jul 15 9–11AM N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville, N8 102

Ana Harris

The course provides an in-depth study of each Caribbean island, including transportation, primary sightseeing attractions, sporting opportunities, festivals, special events, customs, language, currency, cuisine, entertainment and accommodation choices. Upon successful completion of this online course, you will have the option to take the industry recognized exam and earn your professional designation: Caribbean Destination Specialist. $249 (does not include exam fee) Sept 13–Dec 5

$249 (plus textbook) Sept 13–Dec 5

Corporate & Community Learning

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For People on the Go How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online

Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/lewisandclark

2. Click the Courses link,

choose the department and course title you are interested in, and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your e–mail and choose a password that will grant you access to the Classroom.

3. When your course

starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your e–mail and the password you selected during enrollment.

Start Dates: New course sessions begin each month: Apr 21 July 21 May 19 Aug 18 June 16 Sept 15

Requirements: All courses require Internet access, e–mail, and Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox Web browsers. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information.

Online learning anytime, anywhere. Take any of these instructor–facilitated courses from the comfort of your home or office at the times that are most convenient for you. New courses begin monthly!

Health & Wellness Handling Medical Emergencies

What would you do if a member of your family suffered a medical emergency? You could certainly call for trained emergency medical responders, but what would you do while you’re waiting for them to arrive? $95

Luscious, Low–Fat, Lightning–Quick Meals

Have you ever wished you had a personal chef preparing luscious, low–fat meals for you? This course is the next best thing! You’ll learn how to ferret out fat in recipes, and discover how to reduce fat without sacrificing flavor or texture. Explore how to use flavor profiling to expand your culinary horizons. $95

Medical Transcription

Learn how to transcribe the most common medical reports used in both inpatient and outpatient settings. With this foundation, you’ll be set to advance your education so you can work as a subcontractor for a company that outsources transcription, or you can eventually even take on your own clients. $95

Computers & Technology Creating Web Pages

Create and post your very own Web site on the Internet in this extensive, hands–on, six week workshop. You’ll also learn critical and timely information on securing the best possible location in search engine listings, and powerful no–cost or low–cost web marketing strategies. $95

Introduction to Dreamweaver CS4

Would you like to learn to use Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 to design, create, and maintain user–friendly Web sites that are full of professional–quality Web pages? No prior Web design skills or knowledge of code necessary! $95

Photoshop Elements 7 for the Digital Photographer

Learn the secrets to successfully editing photos and bringing out the best in your images using Photoshop Elements, an award–winning package designed for photo enthusiasts. Perfect for those with no image– editing experience, this course will take you from novice to accomplished user. $95

What’s New In Microsoft Office 2007

Learn how to use the new features of Microsoft Office 2007. MS Office 2007 looks a lot different than previous versions (no more menus or toolbars!), but by learning to understand the dramatically changed, Ribbon–based interface, you’ll quickly get back on the road to using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access productivity. $95

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Writing & Publishing

Personal Excellence

Writing Effective Grant Proposals

Work Yourself Happy

Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant

$95

Preparing successful grant proposals to receive funding from corporations or foundations requires careful research, meticulous preparation, and graceful writing. Learn how to write an effective grant proposal to fund your project. $95

Good grant writing consultants are always in demand. Learn how you can use a basic knowledge of grant or proposal writing to become an expert in the red–hot grant consulting field. $95

Business and Marketing Writing

Are you a writer working in the business world? Or a marketing professional responsible for obtaining great marketing copy? Whatever your background, this fun, introductory course will teach you to write or identify copy that achieves business and marketing goals. $95

Write Your Life Story

Have you thought about writing your story, sharing life–altering events? This course walks you step–by–step through the process of writing your life story. It’s fun. It’s exciting. It’s a story only you can tell! $95

Introduction to Internet Writing Markets

Discover the thousands of lucrative publishing opportunities that await you on the Internet if you understand Internet marketing. You’ll find out how to sell e–zine articles, write for Webzines and online magazines, create a blog, sell manuscripts to an e–publisher, and self–publish your own work as an e–book or a traditional book using print–on–demand (POD) publishing. $95

Personal Finance Real Estate Investing

Learn how to make money in any area, in good times and bad, even if you have little money to start with. By emphasizing systems and service, this course will help you do more with less effort while serving the needs of your buyers and sellers. $95

Introducing Stock Options

Intelligently facilitated and fast–paced, Listen to Your Heart, and Success Will Follow will help you enjoy the rewards that come from doing what really makes you happy! With a complete understanding of your own interests, values, needs and abilities, you’ll learn how you can use work to express yourself and share your interests and talents.

12 Steps to a Successful Job Search

Get the job you want quickly and easily and in any economy. A world–renowned author and career advisor will help you identify the job that is best for your needs, then you’ll be given complete step–by–step instructions on how to get that job, regardless of your level of expertise or state of the economy. $95

Get Funny!

The ability to create humor is a skill many people don’t have, yet wish they did. If you’re interested in learning how to come up with jokes or witticisms on the fly, punch up dull material for an audience, or make a living as a comedy writer, this course will get you going. $95

Languages Beginning Conversational French

Learn how to communicate easily and comfortably with those who speak French. You’ll learn practical, common phrases that will make your trip to the many French– speaking regions of the world more pleasant. $95

Instant Italian

This dynamic course will teach you how to express yourself comfortably in Italian. You’ll learn practical, everyday words and phrases that will make your stay in Italy more enjoyable. You’ll be surprised by how quickly and easily you can learn many useful expressions in Italian! $95

Speed Spanish

Imagine yourself speaking, reading and writing Spanish. Now you can with Speed Spanish! This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn Spanish pronto. You’ll learn six easy recipes for gluing Spanish words together to form sentences. In no time at all, you’ll be able to go into any Spanish speaking situation and converse in Spanish. ¡Qué Bueno! $95

Learn how to evaluate, buy, sell, and profit with investment tools that were once thought to be only for the pros. This course will teach you how to protect your portfolio and profit in a down market, an up market, or even a flat market. $95

More than 300 courses launch every month! Visit our Web site to browse the entire catalog at www.ed2go.com/lewisandclark ww.lc.edu/ccl

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Online Workforce Training Programs from Gatlin Education

These self–paced programs are designed with a team of professionals to provide the most effective web–based learning experience possible. Programs can be completed generally in less than 6 months. Instructors are actively involved in the students’ online learning experience by responding to any questions or concerns as well as encouraging and motivating students to succeed. Each program includes everything needed to succeed (books, lessons, quizzes and assignments)! Grades are a combination of computer–graded tests and the instructor’s evaluation of the students’ work. Students love the quality as well as the convenience of anytime, anywhere learning! For detailed course outlines and demos of all 116 courses, visit www.gatlineducation.com/lc or contact Marla Wagner at 618.468.5600 or mwagner@lc.edu.

Business & Professional Certified Global Business Professional

This online preparatory program for the Certified Global Business Professional Credential exam is a prestigious acknowledgement of international business expertise. The North American Small Business International Trade Educators Association (NASBITE) Certified Global Business Professional Credential (CGBP) provides a benchmark for competency in global commerce. $2495 400 Hours

Bookkeeping the Easy Way with Quickbooks

This course is designed for students who are interested in gaining knowledge of basic bookkeeping practices in planning a more profitable future or seeking a new career. Textbook and thorough tutorial for Quick Books are included. $1695 140 Hours

Payroll Practice and Management

This new online program is designed to teach the solid skills and knowledge of payroll rules and regulations to the beginner and to increase or refresh the skills of the more experienced student. $1595 80 Hours

Certified Bookkeeper

This online course for experienced bookkeepers leads to national certification with the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB). All textbooks included. $1795

80 Hours

Certified Wedding Planner

Whether you plan on working part–time, planning only a few weddings a year, or a full–time career, this program will provide all the tools necessary to work as a professional wedding planner or start your wedding planning business. $1395 300 Hours

Non–Profit Management Training

For those who work with or desire to work in a non–profit organization or business environment, this is the program for you. The Non–Profit Management Program is particularly well suited for anyone in who has recently assumed management responsibilities, anyone who is working in a non–profit organization, or anyone who wants a perspective on some of the unique issues facing management of a non–profit organization. $2095 300 Hours

IT Certification Prep

Lean Mastery

Students will learn the concepts and theories needed to transform an organization to Lean in this online, expertly–facilitated program. $1695

60 Hours

Six Sigma Black Belt

The Black Belt training program integrates online learning with hands–on data analysis. The course material provides an in–depth look at the DMAIC problem–solving methodology, as well as deployment and project development approaches. Workshops are incorporated extensively throughout the training to challenge the student’s analytical and problem–solving skills. $2695 200 Hours

Six Sigma Green Belt

Six Sigma is one of the highest standards for companies and individuals to achieve. This interactive online experience provides the skills needed to affect this highly valuable skill as well as prep for the national certification. All materials included. $1895

100 Hours

Technical Writing

The Technical Writing online training program is designed for anyone who wishes to develop their technical writing abilities to a professional level. Our technical writing program will give you the skills you need to get noticed! $1595 80 Hours

Interior Design

In this new and exciting interactive online program, you will learn how to create spaces for living, working, and enjoyment. The program focuses on Design Theory, Design Process methods and Design Studio Work. $2295

350 Hours

Project Management

This program teaches the basics of project management and includes preparation for the Project Management Professional national certification exam. Textbook and exam prep included. $1495 40 Hours

.NET Training

Students will learn to develop Web applications based on Microsoft’s .Net development environment. This program begins with computer technology basics and leads to web and application development. $1995

177 Hours

3ds max

This exciting new online program will teach students how to use both 3ds max and Character Studio to design, develop, and animate 3D video game characters. $4095

580 Hours

Cisco® CCENT® Certification Training

This online program involves extensive hands–on work on a Cisco switch, a router, connecting to a WAN and implementing network security in a simulated network environment and prepares and prepares students for the Cisco CCENT certification exam. Textbook included. $1795 70 Hours

Comp TIA™ Network+ Certification Training

This online program will prepare students for the CompTIA™ Network+ (2009 Edition) Certification Exam (N10–004). $1495

Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Billing & Coding

This online program teaches students medical office operations, with an emphasis on billing and coding, processing insurance forms, and using medical software. This program provides training on medical billing software as well as preparation for the CBCS (Certified Billing Coding Specialist) national certification exam. All materials including student version of medical billing software included. The coding reference materials provided will be current with the exam applicable at the time of enrollment. 300 Hours

Students will automatically become a member of NAPSR and receive eligibility to sit for the CNPR national certification exam at no additional cost. $1595 120 Hours

Search Engine Marketing

This comprehensive program will show students how to create, monitor and maintain successful search engine rankings, integrate technology such as dynamic content and Flash, take advantage of pay–per–click advertising, and much more. $1795 250 Hours

Search Engine Optimization This 3–part program will teach you how to tailor your Web site to achieve better search engine ranking, incorporate dynamic technology such as Flash, and make the most of your Web site’s content. $1395

150 Hours

Pay Per Click Marketing

The Pay Per Click Marketing training series has been developed in direct response to the skyrocketing growth of the paid search engine industry. This program will help you set–up, maintain, monitor, and improve your Pay Per Click campaign. $1395 150 Hours

Web Database Developer

The Web Database Developer online program will provide students with intermediate and advanced knowledge and skills in utilizing and leveraging databases on the Internet. $2195 267 Hours

Webmaster

This online Webmaster program begins by teaching simple web page development and progresses by introducing new concepts by involving you in active web page implementation using HTML and Dynamic HTML. Textbook included. $1795 150 Hours

Video Game Design and Development

HIPAA Compliance (4 user licenses)

The HIPAA Compliance online program provides doctors and their staff with a simple route to compliance. $599 12 Hours

This online program will teach the skills needed to gain employment as Pharmacy Technician in either the hospital or retail setting. All materials included.

Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: SQL Server 2005 (MCTS)

This nationally recognized Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 course teaches students thorough knowledge of the product, as well as an understanding of how to use the Transact– SQL language, and know how to explore the user interface. $3095 480 Hours

Casino Baccarat Dealer

This exciting new program teaches students the appropriate methods, techniques, and mannerisms necessary to gain employment as a Casino Baccarat Dealer. Students will receive their own deck of cards and chips, as well as a playing felt and a web camera to attach to their computer. $1195 75 Hours

Casino Blackjack Dealer

Want to become a Blackjack Dealer? This program teaches students the appropriate methods, techniques, and mannerisms necessary to gain employment as a Casino Blackjack Dealer. Students will receive their own deck of cards and chips, as well as a fold out Blackjack felt and a web camera to attach to their computer. $1395 100 Hours

Casino Poker Dealer

This highly interactive online training program will teach you everything you need to know in order to become a Professional Poker Dealer. Students will receive a deck of cards, chips, a fold out poker felt, and a web camera. $1395 100 Hours

Hospitality and Casino Management

240 Hours

Veterinary Assistant

This online program will prepare you for an exciting new career as a veterinary assistant by teaching you the essential skills of a veterinary assistant. Textbooks included. $1795

The online MCDST program prepares students for Microsoft’s national MCDST certification exam. $1795 200 Hours

The Hospitality and Casino Management program is intended to prepare students to work in the rapidly expanding field of Tribal Government Gaming Enterprises. All materials are included. $2495 200 Hours

Pharmacy Technician

$1795

Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST)

Hospitality & Gaming

Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative

Web & Software Development

The online Forensic Computer Examiner program prepares individuals for a career as a forensic computer examiner. Students will learn to retrieve evidence and prepare reports, based on that evidence, which will stand up in a court of law. This program is an authorized Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) training course and thoroughly prepares students to take the CCE certification exam. $3095 150 Hours

80 Hours

Healthcare

$1995

Forensic Computer Examiner

240 Hours

Learn the high–end techniques and engineering principles behind modern videogame technology with this exciting online program. $1995 500 Hours

Corporate & Community Learning

Course hours earned are non-credit, and cannot be applied toward academic credit or degree completion requirements.

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Continuing Professional Education Massage Therapy Back to Basics

Relearn the art of Swedish Massage with a mindful, grounded approach to bodywork. As we become advanced in training and experience with clients, we often become distracted with “problem areas” and “treatment plans.” To gain respect in the medical community, we have given up the nurturing art of massage for a more clinical experience with our clients. In this weekend workshop, we will cover effleurage, Petrissage, basic joint movements, rocking/ shaking, and friction. This workshop is open only to Licensed Massage Therapists, and is approved for 10 contact hours of continuing education by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. CEPD–700–F50 $150 Sat/Sun Jun 12–13 6:30–9PM, 9AM–6PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

Allison Combs

Facials, Scrubs, Salts & More

Learn to create facials, body scrubs, and bath salts from scratch in this weekend workshop for Licensed Massage Therapists. This is a great marketing tool for every massage therapist looking to add simple services or sell products to earn more income for their business. You will be learning a simple three-step process for applying simple organic facial masks. Mixing bath salts, sugar scrubs, and salt scrubs is easy to do and can easily be personalized for each client. A basic understanding of hydrotherapy and aromatherapy will also be covered in this workshop. This workshop is approved for 10 contact hours of continuing education by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. The course fee includes all materials needed for you to create a personal blend for yourself for a facial mask, body scrub, and bath salt.

Understanding Shoulders & Chest

Improve your understanding of the muscles, organs, bones, and fascia in the shoulders, chest, thoracic and ribs. You will gain a better sense of movement within the body through visual aids and palpation. Understand the physiological effects of tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, frozen shoulder, chronic trigger points, scoliosis, hypnosis, asthma and torn rotator cuffs, and how to help your clients with these problems. Techniques taught in this workshop will help with improving range of movement, realigning posture and gait, improving athletic performance, and enhancing the body’s innate ability to achieve wellness. This workshop is open to LMTs and is approved for 12 contact hours of continuing education. CEPD–706–F50 $150 Sat/Sun May 15/16 6:30–9PM, 9AM–6PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

Allison Combs

Understanding Hips and Pelvis

Improve your understanding of the muscles, organs, bones, and fascia in the shoulders, chest, thoracic and ribs. You will gain a better sense of movement within the body through visual aids and palpation. Understand the physiological effects of tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, frozen shoulder, chronic trigger points, scoliosis, hypnosis, asthma and torn rotator cuffs, and how to help your clients with these problems. Techniques taught in this workshop will help with improving range of movement, realigning posture and gait, improving athletic performance, and enhancing the body’s innate ability to achieve wellness. This workshop is open to LMTs and is approved for 12 contact hours of continuing education.

CEPD–701–F50 $225 Sat/Sun May 22–23 6:30–9PM, 9AM–6PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

CEPD–707–F50 $150 Fri/Sat Jun 18–19 5:30–9PM, 9AM–6:30PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 0104

Allison Combs

Allison Combs

Hot Stone Massage

Understanding Lower Extremities

The essence of this work is to introduce heat in a soothing, penetrating way by blending hot stones into your massage work. Hot Stone Massage is a perfect marriage of the medical benefits of moist heat, and the unbelievably good feeling of smooth flowing stones. In this weekend workshop, you will learn specific techniques for massaging with stones to provide a more therapeutic massage, save hands and fingers, and add revenue to your practice. Please bring a set of sheets, two large towels, and your own set of stones and roaster if you have them. This workshop is open to LMTs and is approved for 10 contact hours of continuing education. CEPD–704–F50 $150 Sat/Sun Jul 10–11 6:30–9PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

Sheila Brown

Intro to Oriental Bodywork & Theory

A basic understanding of the theory of Oriental Medicine and the Five Element Theory. A basic introduction into Thai Yoga massage and Shiatsu bodywork will also be taught and explained. A basic flow of Oriental Bodywork will be taught as well as some useful tips to incorporate this style of work into tradition European Bodywork. Students must be a Licensed Massage Therapist. CEPD–711–F50 $150 Sat/Sun Jun 26–27 6:30–9PM, 9AM–6PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

Allison Combs

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Improve your understanding of the muscles, organs, bones, and fascia in the lower extremities through great palpation and movement exercises and visual aids. Understand the physiologic effects of torn/injured ACLs, shin splints, planter fasciatis, problems in the arches of the feet, chronic leg cramps/spasms and how certain techniques can help with these common problems. Techniques taught in this workshop will help improve range of movement, realign posture and gait, improve athletic performance, and enhance the body’s innate ability to achieve wellness. This workshop is open to LMTs and is approved for 12 contact hours of continuing education. CEPD–708–F50 $150 Sat/Sun Jul 17–18 5:30–9PM, 9AM–6:30PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

Allison Combs

Energy Work & Theory

Learn the art of Energy work. A basic understanding of Reiki, Chakras, Polarity Therapy, and Meditation will be covered in this workshop. The theory of Tibetan Bowls and Reiki will also be explained and demonstrated. This workshop will also cover hands on exercises for self care as well as great energy based techniques that can be incorporated into Alternative Medicine. This course is open to the general public as well as Licensed Massage Therapists! CEPD–712–F50 $150 Sat/Sun Jul 24–25 6:30–9PM, 9AM–6PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

Allison Combs

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Four Hand Massage Workshop

Four hand massage is a very unique treatment performed by two therapists working in unison to balance energy and induce deep relaxation while incorporating the principals of thermotherapy, reflexology, and Swedish massage techniques. This workshop is offered exclusively to licensed massage therapists. Therapists are required to sign up in pairs for this unique learning experience. Each participant will need to bring two sets of sheets, four bath–size towels and four hand–size towels. Therapists must be willing to give and receive work with other therapists. This is a wonderful addition to any massage practice. CEPD–709–F50 $150 Sat/Sun Jun 5/6 6–8PM, 9AM–5PM Benjamin Godfrey Mansion, 0104

Sheila Brown

Workplace Safety Flagger: Highway Work Zone Safety

This course will focus on a review of the standards established by the National Safety Council and the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Emphasis is placed on individual flagger requirements regarding at–risk worker training and responsibilities. This 4–hour course is designed to satisfy Federal, State and Local flagger certification requirements. Upon completion, students receive a 3 year certification for work as a flagger. $75 CEPD–505–E2 Fri CEPD–505–E3 Fri CEPD–505–E4 Fri Bethalto Center 0200

Jun 25 Jul 9 Aug 6

8:30AM–12:30PM 8:30AM–12:30PM 8:30AM–12:30PM

Don Hill

OSHA 10–Hr Outreach Training (Construction)

This class introduces the OSHA Standards for Construction 29 CFR 1926. Attendees receive an update and review of standard construction safety and health principles, and information that prepares them to recognize and control various hazardous conditions. An OSHA 10–Hour course card and certificate will be issued upon completion. $130 CEPD–506–E1 Sat CEPD–506–E2 Sat Bethalto Center 0200

Jun 12 Jul 31

7AM–7PM 7AM–7PM

Keith Atkinson, Bobby O’Neal, Gene Flowers

Medicar & Service Car Driver Safety

The Medicar and Service Car Training program is designed to target primary instructional areas of non–emergency transport requirements. Public Act 095–0501 amends the Illinois Public Aid Code requiring all such providers must certify that the driver and employee attendant have completed a safety program approved by the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (DHCS). This 4–hour course covers passenger assistance as well as safe driving, safe operation, and emergency procedures. $110 CEPD–507–F01 Mon May 24 CEPD–507–F02 Fri Jun 25 CEPD–507–F03 Mon Jul 19 East Alton Fire Department

Randy Nelson

8:30AM–12:30PM 8:30AM–12:30PM 8:30AM–12:30PM

Healthcare Provider CPR

This course is intended for healthcare professionals or students enrolled in a health-related career program. CPR includes adult, child and infant one- and two-rescuer CPR; rescue breathing for the adult, child and infant using a bag-valve-mask device; use of an AED; and management of a conscious and unconscious adult, child and infant who is choking. Participants must complete a skills practicum and earn a score of 84% or better on a written exam to successfully complete the course and receive an American Heart Association Healthcare Provider completion card (valid for 2 years). Materials for this course are included in the course fee. $50 CEPD–513–50 Sat May 22 8AM–2PM CEPD–513–51 Sat Jun 19 8AM–2PM CEPD–513–54 Sat Jul 31 8AM–2PM Godfrey Campus, Nursing Bldg 0102

Peggy Assmann, Dawna Egelhoff

Banking Principles of Banking

This course provides entry to mid-level bankers with the information they need to provide effective service to their customers and improve bank profitability. At the conclusion of the course, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from the Illinois Bankers Association and have the option to take a final exam to qualify for American Institute of Banking credits (2.0). Course fee includes textbook, supplemental materials, lunch and refreshments. CEPD–501–01 $289 Tue/Thu May 18/20 8AM–4PM Godfrey Campus, Fobes 2502

Barb Crockett


Registration LOCATION KEY Alton Stained Glass Works 412 East Broadway Street, Alton

Benjamin Godfrey Mansion 6722 Godfrey Road, Godfrey

Edwardsville High School 6161 Center Grove Road, Edwardsville

Godfrey Campus Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey

Highland Saddle Club Equestrian Center

How to Register Have a credit card? Call the Godfrey Campus Enrollment Center at 618.468.7000 (Monday through Friday from 8am–4:30pm), the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville at 618.656.8800 (Monday through Thursday from 9am–5pm, Friday from 9am–2pm), or any Community Education Center.

In Person.

Stop by the Godfrey Campus, the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville, or the Community Education Centers in Carlinville or Jerseyville. Make checks payable to Lewis and Clark Community College.

By Mail.

Payment

All classes must be paid for at the time of enrollment.

One Lewis & Clark Trail (Rt. 3), Hartford

Liberty Middle School 1 District Drive, Edwardsville

National Great Rivers Museum 2 Lock and Dam Way, East Alton

Rocky Branch Stables 4885 Rocky Branch Road, Bethalto

Rolling Hills Golf Course 5801 Pierce Lane, Godfrey

Southwestern High School 8226 Route 267, Piasa

The Children’s Museum 722 Holyoake Road, Edwardsville

Please use one registration form per person. Make additional copies as needed. Student Name___________________________________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________________ City_______________________________ State______________ ZIP____________ Home Phone Number______________________________________________________ Alternate Phone Number_ ___________________________________________________ Email Address__________________________________________________________

Send your registration form and payment to the Enrollment Center, Lewis and Clark Community College, 5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, IL 62035.

12118 Ellis Road, Highland

Lewis & Clark State Historic Site Museum

SUMMER 2010 REGISTRATION FORM

By Phone.

Gender: Male_____ Female_____ Date Of Birth_ __________________________

Are you Hispanic or Latino? Yes_____ No_____ Are you from one or more of the following racial groups (select all that apply)? American Indian or Alaska Native_____ Asian_____ Black or African American_____ White_____ Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander_____ Choose not to respond_____

Identify your primary racial/ethnic group (select one):

Withdrawal/Refund

For classes that meet four or more times, you may withdraw before the start of the second session in order to receive a refund. There are no refunds for classes that meet three or fewer times once the class has begun. To withdraw, call the Enrollment Center at 618.468.7000.

Enroll Early!

All classes have limited enrollments and are filled on a first–come–first–served basis. Each class also has a minimum required enrollment. If this minimum is not met prior to a class starting, the class will be cancelled and enrollment fees returned.

Confirmation

Once your fee is paid you are officially registered. Plan to attend the first session as scheduled. You will be notified if the class is cancelled.

American Indian or Alaska Native_____ Asian_____ Black or African American_____ White_____ Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander_____ Choose not to respond_____

Please register me in the following classes: Course Number Name of Course Course Number Name of Course

Lewis and Clark Community Education Centers N.O. Nelson Campus, Edwardsville 600 Troy Road Edwardsville, IL 62025 618.656.8800

Workforce Education Center, Bethalto 1136 East Airline Drive East Alton, IL 62024 618.468.5787 Tri–County Center, Jerseyville 100 Lincoln, Route 16 Jerseyville, IL 62052 618.498.6500 Macoupin County Center, Carlinville 18400 Shipman Road Carlinville, IL 62626 217.854.5400

Questions?

Fee

Location

Fee

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Total Fees

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PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION Check Enclosed Credit Card Credit Card Number_______________________ Expiration Date_ ____________ Signature_____________________________________________________________ Mail form and payment to: Enrollment Center, Lewis and Clark Community College, 5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, IL 62035.

Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, classes may be cancelled. Check the Lewis and Clark Web site, monitor school closings on TV or radio, or call the Corporate & Community Learning office for the most up–to–date information.

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Triangle H Farm 2082 South Moreland Road, Edwardsville

Location

For Kids Classes Only Preparing for Class

Call us! 618.468.5777

Children should attend class dressed appropriately for the weather or to suit the program. Art and science classes may be messy! Students are encouraged to bring their own water bottles to class; water is always available for refilling. Students attending an all–day class should bring a sack lunch and drink.

Confirmation Letters

Memorial Day

Families will receive a confirmation letter prior to the start of class that includes: – Confirmation of class dates, times and location – What to bring on the first day – Directions to class site – What to wear – Drop–off and pick–up locations If you register for a class within 5 days of the start date, you may receive your class confirmation by PHONE rather than by mail.

July 5

Safety

Holiday Schedule Classes will not meet on these dates: May 31

Independence Day Lewis and Clark Community College reserves the right to change without notice any statement in this publication regarding policies, fees, courses, dates, times, and locations. For information or clarification, please contact the Corporate & Community Learning office at 618.468.5777.

Students should be dropped off no earlier than 10 minutes before their class begins and should be picked up immediately following dismissal. Supervision will be provided for students ONLY 10 minutes before and after class.

Accommodation

If your child requires any form of accommodation to participate in any class activity or field trip, please call the College for Kids office at 618.468.5750 to discuss before enrolling in class.

Consent & Release Form

All children must return a signed Consent & Release form on or before the first day of class (Consent for Medical Treatment, Emergency Contact Information, Photo Release, Field Trip Consent). A form will be included with the confirmation letter.

Corporate & Community Learning

It’s What You Know.

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“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether twenty or eight. Anyone who keeps learning is young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.”

– Henry Ford, Founder, Ford Motor Company

Coming this Fall • Watercolor by the River

• Golf for Beginners

• Essential Leadership Skills

• Scrapbooking Made Simple

• Carpentry Basics

• South African Wines

• Tai Chi

• Cake Art

• Beginning Playwriting

• Learn to Swim

• Digital Photography

• Ballroom Dancing

• Easy Riders

• Computer Boot Camp

It’s what you know.


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