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Fall 2013 Class Schedule

Discover Your Passion ...at the Center for Lifelong Learning

Registration Starts August 19th Fall 2013 CLASSES START THROUGHOUT THE TERM: SEPTEMBER 9TH - DECEMBER 14TH

ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

BUSINESS, FINANCE, WORK

EVENTS, FILM, WORDS

HOME, NATURE, TECHNICAL


New classes in addition to all your favorites! Here are some of Fall term’s brand new offerings, all highlighted inside with NEW! or En Español

NEW! Beginning Oil Painting • Botanical Illustration & Nature's Gems • Creativity & Finding One's Authentic Voice • Stories in Art - American Art & Artists • Japanese Thread Balls/ Temari • High Style/Low Tech Jewelry Making • Drop Dead Gorgeous: Costume Design and Construction for the Enthusiast • Recycle, Repurpose & Refashion • Acting for Stage & Film • Beginning Basic Blues Guitar • They Really Like Me! How to Shine in a Public Performance • Apparitions & the After-Life - A Scientific Exploration • Emotional Intelligence - What, How & Why We Feel & Think • Find the Love of Your Life • Healing From Trauma • Hiking Santa Barbara • Meditation for Chronic Pain Patients • Nature, Hiking & Self-Healing • SoulCollage: An Artful Path to Inner Wisdom • A Director's Vision - A History • Action Sports Videography • French through Songs and Poetry • Publishing in the 21st Century: Marketing Your Muse • Facebook For Beginners: Will You Be My Friend? • Social Media for Lifelong Learners of All Ages • Beautiful Holiday Food Gifts • Chicken & Egg • Chocolate Mania • Cook Italian- the Four Seasons • Macho without Meat • Meet, Mingle & Cook • No More Excuses: Mastering the Thanksgiving Turkey • Pastry Classics: Perfect Pies & Elegant Tarts

En Español Autoestima, salud y bienestar para la mujer • Medicina natural usando hierbas y la alimentación • Relajacion y meditación guiada • Yoga: como reducir el estrés y mejorar su salud • Pequeños cantantes – Para padres con niños


Center for Lifelong Learning: Fall 2013 Welcome to CLL

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ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE Arts Crafts & Hobbies: General Crafts: Ceramics Crafts: Jewelry Crafts: Sewing & Quilting Music & Performing Arts

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BODY, MIND, SPIRIT Dance, Fitness, Recreation & Personal Clases en espa単ol Health Mature Driver Certifications Mind & Supermind Psychology & Spirituality

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BUSINESS, FINANCE, WORK Economics & Investing Finance & Business Work & Career

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EVENTS, FILM, WORDS Current Events & World Affairs Film Languages Writing & Literature

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HOME, NATURE, TECHNICAL Computers Cooking Clases en espa単ol Genealogy Home & Garden Local Culture Parenting Science & Nature Woodworking

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Classes Offering CEUs

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How To Register

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Key Dates for Fall 2013 - AUGUST 19 -

Registration Begins - AUGUST 24 -

CLL Grand Opening Celebration! - SEPTEMBER 2, Labor Day -

Offices Closed - september 9 -

Fall Term Begins - NOVEMBER 11, Veterans Day - NOVEMBER 28-30, Thanksgiving Break -

No Classes/Office Closed - DECEMBER 14 -

Fall Term Ends

Photographers: Jethro Acosta, Rob Grayson, Judy Taggart


Welcome. Last fall, with the support of the SBCC Board of Trustees, a new initiative was adopted by SBCC Educational Programs — to serve the needs of our increasingly diverse community through a new Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL). Our core belief is that lifelong learning is critical to the vitality of our community, and our core values include ensuring that these programs remain vibrant, accessible and affordable. These defining concepts for CLL have been shaped by our dedicated staff with the support of volunteer advisors. These volunteers come from all walks of life, and we are extremely grateful to them for all their time, input and dedication. We invite all adults of any age in the community to come try something new at the Center for Lifelong Learning: to follow a dream, to hone skills for success, to stay fit and healthy, to travel the world right in your own backyard, to find your own “center”. Choose from hundreds of weekday, evening and weekend classes in dozens of categories, and … discover your potential and passion.

Andrew G Harper, Executive Director, CLL

Santa Barbara City College has a rich and highly valued tradition of offering state-funded non-credit lifelong learning courses for free to our community. The creation of this new venture is in response to dramatic changes in the state’s funding of community college courses. Classes considered personal enrichment/ lifelong learning offerings are now the lowest priority for state funding after those that meet the educational needs of students attending college to acquire basic skills, skills required to enter or advance in employment, certificates, associate degrees, and/ or preparation to transfer to a four year college or university. The college can better meet the lifelong learning needs of our community by making classes self-supporting and reasonably priced, freeing us from state regulations governing how these courses and programs are offered. As the Number 1 Community College in the nation, Santa Barbara City College looks forward to seeing the CLL also become a leading light in lifelong learning throughout North America. We encourage you to contact us with your ideas of classes you would like to take and/or teach.

Jack Friedlander, Executive Vice President, SBCC Educational Programs

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ALICE F. SCHOTT CAMPUS 310 W. Padre St. / (805) 687-0812 SELMER O. WAKE CAMPUS 300 N. Turnpike Rd. / (805) 964-6853 sbccCLL @sbccCLL www.sbcc.edu/CLL

Registration Schedule Information

First Week of Registration: Staggered Aug. 19 - 22 The first week of registration will be staggered by subject areas across four days. Use our handy planner to keep track of the classes you want to take, page 76. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. each day online and at both Schott and Wake Campus Offices. Monday, Aug. 19th

Tuesday, Aug. 20th

Home, Nature, Technical • (all sub-categories)

Body, Mind, Spirit • (all sub-categories)

Events, Film, Words • (all sub-categories)

Business, Finance, Work • (all sub-categories)

Wednesday, Aug. 21st Arts, Music, Performance You may register for classes in these sub-categories: • Arts • Music • Performing Arts

Thursday, Aug. 22nd Arts, Music, Performance You may register for classes in these CRAFTS sub-categories: • Crafts: Ceramics • Crafts: Jewelry • Crafts & Hobbies: General • Crafts: Sewing & Quilting

Registration dates/times for each class can be found beginning August 12th at the online registration system at www.sbcc.edu/CLL.

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Arts, Crafts, Performance With affordable classes spanning the Studio Arts, Crafts, Design, Sewing, Singing, Music and Acting, CLL will quickly become the Center of all your creative pursuits. Find yourself in a supportive community of beginners, enthusiasts and working professionals, making the world a more beautiful and fascinating place.

Create your passion… at the Center

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Arts ➜ Abstract Painting You will paint inspiring and luscious abstract paintings with weekly projects studying the distinct styles and techniques of cutting edge abstract painters. Generous weekly color handouts will be given for a deeper understanding of this intriguing art form. You will learn break through techniques and the instructor’s texture recipes along with easily mastering the use of color and how to mix it with tantalizing compositions in this rich art form. Paint in a comfortable atmosphere with one on one instruction. A materials list will be provided by email as well as in the first class. Course number: 402401 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Sattler • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $9 Sect 02 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Sattler • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $8

➜ Antiques and Art: Field Trip Class consists of a field trip to a major museum exhibition, usually in Los Angeles, Pasadena, or Orange County area, such as the Huntington, Getty, LACMA. Travel will be by airbus. Class fees include the airbus cost. Bus usually departs around 9:30am from the Schott Campus, and returns before 8pm. Trip includes lunch at selected mid-priced better restaurant. Teacher arranges group pricing for museum entrance. Since costs vary for lunch selections and museum entrance (sometimes free entrance), students will pay separately for lunch and museum entrance at the event. Note: Students are encouraged to attend a 15 minute orientation on Wed., Sept, 25 at 7:30 p.m. sharp in Room 29 at Schott. See online for details about field trip. Tuition fee based on 15 students. Course number: 401243 Sect 01 › Oct 11 • 1 session • Schott; meet at main entrance on Padre St. Karle • Fri 9:30 am - 8 pm • Tuition: $15 • Materials: $94

A study in painting oils on canvas with brush and paletteknife. Students learn a variety of styles in painting including representational, impressionism, post-impressionism, cubism and abstract expressionism (non-objective and geometric). They will receive both group and individual guidance and complete assignments on a variety of subject matter, including assignments coordinated with local museums. Course number: 402412 Sect 01 › Sep 24 - Nov 12 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Pickering • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $120 • Materials: $5

➜ Art and Craft of Printmaking: Monotypes and Monoprints with Oil Based Ink

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➜ Art a la Carte

Create a unique monotype by applying printing ink to one surface (a plate) and printing the image to paper by means of pressure (an etching press). Several other types of printmaking can be combined with the monotype and over three terms of this course you will also print using relief, intaglio and collagraph processes. This course is for both beginning and advanced students and every class includes lecture, demonstrations and hands-on practice in using these techniques. Course number: 430029 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Nov 1 • 8 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Zimmerman • Fri 10 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $160 • Lab: $9 • Materials: $45

➜ Beginning Drawing: Introduction to the Human Figure For students with limited drawing background but little or no experience drawing the human figure. Explore various black and white media, composition, structure, proportion, line and quality. Enhance skills in ‘seeing’ a subject and drawing the human form. Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class. Course number: 402400

➜ Antiques and Art: Mystery, Culture, Economy and Innovation Who made it? How did they make it? What were the influences and new ideas? How do we tell real from fake? Class consists of lectures, followed by demonstrations. Students may bring art and antiques they wish to discuss to class. Collectors welcome. For new and returning students: designers, those who have inherited art or antiques, or those just hungry for de-mystifying age, authenticity, and identification of antiques and art from all cultures (American, Asian, European, Middle Eastern, etc.). An ongoing series, always with new content. (Monetary value not discussed) Note: Tuition fee partially covered through private donations. Course number: 401240 Sect 01 › Sep 25 - Nov 13 • 8 sessions • Schott, Rm 29 Karle • Wed 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $70

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Unkefer • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $10 Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Unkefer • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $10

➜ NEW! Beginning Oil Painting Introduces, describes and applies the basic techniques of oil painting. Topics include: tools and materials, black/white values, color mixing and color theory, aerial/linear perspective, and subject matters including landscape, seascape, still life, portraiture and abstraction. Beginning and more advanced students are welcome. May include field trip sites for landscape painting experiences. Course number: 402376 Sect 02 › Sep 14 - Nov 16 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Van Stein • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $300 Sect 01 › Sep 23 - Nov 18 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Pickering • Mon 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $120 • Materials: $5

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➜ Beginning Outdoor Sketching in Pen, Ink and Watercolor Adding color to your ink sketches can be fun as you transform even the simplest subject into a work of art. Join us as we learn about this extremely expressive medium and explore Santa Barbara’s countless picturesque scenes, just waiting for your unique interpretation. Personalized instruction will focus on composition, simplifying perspective, color and finding your own style. Bring minimum supplies to the first class. Course number: 402388 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Henderson • Thu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Henderson • Thu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $5

➜ Beginning Watercolor: Painting with the Flow Watercolor can be fun, especially when you lose yourself in the flow of the creative process. In this beginning watercolor class, with emphasis on landscape painting, students will be encouraged to paint freely and discover individual style. We’ll cover color mixing and color theory, composition, the elements of design and how to make your paintings come to life by utilizing the effect of light and shadow. Includes painting demonstrations and creative warm-up exercises.

➜ NEW! Botanical Illustration and Nature’s Gems Explore the illustration of flowers, and other small treasures. Learn to see and appreciate the unique character and variety in nature. Study the physiology and structure of plants, seeds, pods, feathers, shells and more. Develop your talents and techniques while using pencil, pen, watercolor and a variety of tools. Expand your skills while studying the details, and subtlety of form, line, texture, and color. Students of all skill levels welcome. Course number: 402390 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 29 • 8 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Runkle • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $120

➜ Bronze Casting Students develop appreciation for the arts as they create projects using metal casting. Topics include the materials and techniques used for casting. Upon completing students will acquire the skills to successfully sculpt a model in wax, cast it in bronze and finish it for presentation. Course number: 405369 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Oct 25 • 7 sessions • SBCC, ECC 40 Littlehale • Fri 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $25 Sect 02 › Nov 1 - Dec 13 • 6 sessions • SBCC, ECC 40 Littlehale • Fri 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $25

Course number: 402378 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Henderson • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Henderson • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $5

➜ Chinese Brush Painting and Meditation Explore and learn the timeless beauty of an Ancient meditative art form. We will begin our class with 15 minutes of meditation. Learn to use Chinese watercolor material, methods, and learn Chinese calligraphy basic strokes. Create simple & elegant Asian subjects: Bamboo, Floral, Bird, Fish, Landscape, and to special topics according student’s skill level. Lecture on symbolism of each subject, color-loading techniques, and compositions. Weekly demonstrations, individual attention, and handouts. All skill levels welcome. Course number: 402426 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Willhite • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $12 Sect 03 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Willhite • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $12 Sect 05 › Sep 21 - Nov 9 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Willhite • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $12 Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Willhite • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $12

➜ Clay Portraiture Learn to sculpt a portrait in clay. This class will focus on the techniques and skills needed to sculpt the head. Instruction will cover use of tools to sculpt water-based clay, construction of armatures and how to prepare the finished head for firing. Work will be done by direct study of the model. Students will also be encouraged to sculpt friends and family from photos. Course number: 451372 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 17 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Davis • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $6 Sect 02 › Oct 24 - Nov 21 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Davis • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $75 • Materials: $6

➜ Collage and Mixed Media This course teaches students the art history, composition, and hands-on techniques for collage, assemblage, and mixed media. Students will complete collage and mixed media projects, emphasizing the principles and elements of composition. Course number: 402411 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 30 • 8 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Uyesaka • Wed 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $120 • Materials: $12

Sect 04 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Willhite • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $12

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The student discovers how to make bright, loose, free-flowing paintings filled with light and color using layers of transparent watercolor and white paper. Students use paper, paints, water and brushes and experiment with color to create interpretive florals, landscapes and abstracts. Features demonstrations plus time for personalized instruction in the basics of dynamic composition, value control, color temperature and color mixing.

➜ NEW! Creativity and Finding One’s Authentic Voice Having the courage to infuse art with authenticity makes our work more engaging and more fulfilling. In this class we will explore the creative process through exercises, examples, and individual explorations of images that hold personal meaning. Find your own unique images through the creative process and see how it leads you to the center of who you are.

Course number: 402432

Course number: 402455

Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 20 • 11 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Robertson • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $165 • Materials: $10

Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Gray • Wed 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $5

➜ Color Printmaking with Solarplate

➜ Drawing Animals

Using their original drawings or digital images, students will learn to prepare, process and hand ink photo-polymer plates in multiple copies that are variable in color and ink applications. Students will become familiar with etching and relief inks, ink modifiers, relief brayers and rollers, and different printmaking papers. Students will also learn how to care for printmaking materials and equipment.

Bring pictures of your pets or favorite animals and capture their individual expression while mastering believable portraits. Demonstrations on anatomy, proportion and texture will assist you to make strong artistic statements. This is an opportunity to be guided by an internationally exhibited artist and teacher.

Course number: 430031 Sect 01 › Oct 12 - Nov 2 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 LeVasseur • Sat 12 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $80 • Lab: $4 • Materials: $25

➜ Combining Pastel and Watercolor to Enhance Your Painting Dynamics Beginning a painting can be a challenge; however there are techniques we can use to make a good start. The technique of under painting helps to advance the artist to the next level. This course is for students who want to enhance their knowledge of soft pastel and watercolor and explore their compatibility to complete a finished painting in either medium. This class will help students to ‘loosen up’, explore the ‘surprises’ of under painting, and use them towards a better painting. Personal projects, still life, photographs and specific painting exercises will be used to learn these valuable techniques.

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➜ Color and Light: Fresh Watercolor Painting

Course number: 402435 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Fussell • Wed 2 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $150

➜ Drawing for the True Beginner This course teaches basic drawing skills and techniques. The class will focus on the absolute beginner, teaching students how to see and record their observations. The subject matter will be still-life’s, working from photographs and great art. Students will need a sketch pad, pencil and eraser. Other materials such as charcoal and pastels can also be used. All students are welcome to discover new skills, improve their drawing skills or develop their individual art work. Course number: 402373 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Gray • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $5

Course number: 402438 Sect 01 › Oct 2 - Nov 6 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Breedon • Wed 6 pm - 8 pm • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $5

➜ Creative Art Critique This course teaches goal setting and problem solving for the student artist. Students bring current work for critique and discussion and participate in discussion, creativity exercises, journaling, and sketching. Course number: 402428 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 31 • 8 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Uyesaka • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $120 • Materials: $12

It’s not too late to try something new! Classes start throughout the term.

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CHANNEL YOUR INNER ARTIST From Picasso to Prada CLL offers hundreds of classes to help you master the canvas, fashion & jewelry-making or to take the stage with confidence. Tap into your inner Pablo Picasso with fine arts – drawing, oils, watercolors, sculpture and even collage! For experienced artists to true beginners and everyone in between. Create your masterpiece at CLL. Channel your inner Paloma Picasso with jewelrymaking and design in a wide variety of techniques, from wire wrapping to beading to glass fusing. High Style/Low Tech Jewelry Making teaches the skills to set up your own home studio. Play Prada with sewing and crafting classes for all levels and unique new classes like Drop Dead Gorgeous: Costume Design and Construction for the Enthusiast.

➜ Driven to Abstraction: Practical Applications in Abstract Painting Create lush and distinctive abstract paintings with weekly assignments studying the works of specific quintessential abstract painters in a supportive environment. Inspiring styles and techniques are the focus of this class with individualized one on one work with the instructor. Generous color handouts are given as important learning tools to accompany this fascinating art form. Each student will master a body of work inspired by riveting break through techniques of these artists including the instructor’s own unique textural paint formulas. Course number: 402442 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Sattler • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $9 Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Sattler • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $9

➜ Easy Printmaking with Solarplate Using their original drawings or digital images, students will learn to prepare, process and hand ink photo-polymer plates in multiple copies. Students will become familiar with etching inks, papers and presses as well as how to care for printmaking materials and equipment. Course number: 430028 Sect 01 › Sep 14 - Sep 28 • 3 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 LeVasseur • Sat 12 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $45 • Lab: $2 • Materials: $20

➜ Exploring Watercolor For the young and old alike, come discover the fun of exploring watercolor painting. This class is designed to enhance, improve and increase your knowledge and skills in watercolor painting. Students will receive lessons in which they will continue to grow and advance in watercolor painting. Lessons will embrace color theory, value, composition and a multitude of watercolor techniques. Class includes lecture, demonstration, handouts and critique. Note: This class is designed for students with some watercolor painting experience. Course number: 402375 Sect 01 › Sep 19 - Nov 21 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Quiel • Thu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $6

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➜ Figure Portrait Drawing Studio

Drawing from the model as subject. Concentrates on using Process to express Gesture, Mass, Line, Structure, Shape, Volume and Color to develop and enhance personal creativity and personal expression. Develop your own style from a traditional subject.

Basic drawing instruction for beginners and experienced artists, who seek to improve their skills in portraiture, face to full figure, and working from the model. Long poses will allow time to create a finished picture. Lessons include gesture drawing, form, color, and composition. Painters welcome. Includes demonstrations and individual critique by the instructor.

Course number: 402409 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Mask • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $5 Sect 03 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Mask • Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Mask • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $5 Sect 04 › Oct 31 - Dec 19 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Mask • Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $5

Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class. Course number: 402415 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Unkefer • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $10 Sect 02 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Unkefer • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $25 • Materials: $10

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➜ NEW! Expressive Figure Drawing

➜ Intermediate and Advanced Painting

➜ Figure Drawing Beginning and intermediate level students have the opportunity to draw directly from a live model. Individualized instruction is provided to address student’s diverse learning styles and abilities. Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class.

Students develop skills in composition, simplification of subject, and presentation. Students are encouraged to bring to class new painting ideas, works in progress, or older paintings needing revision. Class is structured as a semi-tutorial open studio atmosphere. Course number: 402379

Course number: 402407 Sect 03 › Sep 9 - Nov 4 • 9 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Gray • Mon 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $135 • Lab: $38 Sect 04 › Sep 9 - Nov 4 • 9 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Gray • Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $135 • Lab: $38 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Nov 25 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Armstrong • Mon 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $100 Sect 02 › Sep 19 - Nov 21 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Armstrong • Thu 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $100

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Henderson • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $5 Sect 05 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Fussell • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $42

➜ Intermediate Drawing

Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Henderson • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $5

This drawing class will work on measuring, line, use of color, shadow and shading, and use of charcoal, pen and ink, and pastels. Designed for students who want to improve their drawing skills, prepare for painting or water color classes, or develop independent works. Topics include the use of line, shadow, perspective, abstraction, and drawing people, drapery, animals and landscapes.

➜ Figure Drawing and Painting Students enhance their ability to draw and paint the human figure. Short and long poses by live models contribute to skill acquisition in perception, expression, composition, and proportion.

Course number: 402430 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Gray • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $5

Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class. Course number: 402414 Sect 05 › Sep 10 - Oct 8 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Stich • Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $75 • Lab: $21 • Materials: $5 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Smith • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $5 Sect 03 › Sep 13 - Oct 25 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Smith • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $5 Sect 06 › Oct 15 - Nov 12 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Stich • Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $75 • Lab: $21 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Smith • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $25 • Materials: $5

➜ Introduction to Plein Air Painting: Media, Methods and Equipment A how-to course focusing on efficient and practical methods for making successful paintings outdoors. Includes a formal midterm critique. Open to all skill levels and all painting media including pastels. Course number: 402398 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm TBA Drury • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150

Sect 04 › Nov 1 - Dec 13 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Smith • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $25 • Materials: $5

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➜ Light and Shadow in Art

➜ Portrait Drawing

This course teaches students the fundamentals of light and shadow in painting. Technical skills in the use of oils, acrylics, and watercolors, are utilized to capture the quality of light and color relationships on a two-dimensional surface.

Students experience the challenge, excitement and creative selfexpression of portrait drawing. This class emphasizes the underlying anatomy to help students build a believable likeness. An exploration of the effects of light on the planes of the head and neck help the student connect the head to the figure. Each class has ample individual instruction, a valuable demonstration and group critique. The instructor is a nationally respected portrait artist who has painted many important American families.

Course number: 402397 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessionsAndree Clark Bird Refuge Van Stein • Wed 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $300

Course number: 402436

➜ Modeling the Figure in Clay Students explore techniques of modeling three-dimensional human figures in water-based clay. Observation of live models provides the basis for instruction in skills of construction, proportion, anatomy, gesture, texture and patina, with the ultimate goal of creating a lively, expressive figure. Creating a self-supporting clay figure addresses the following topics: analyzing the challenges presented by the pose, planning sequential construction, using scale measurements, applying materials, tools and armatures, texturing and finishing techniques, firing preparation, applying patinas and presenting final project. Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class. Course number: 451360 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 8 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Kornbluth • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $75 • Lab: $21 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 11 • 9 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Fussell • Mon 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $135 • Lab: $38

➜ Printmaking Like a Pro Artists of all levels are welcome to this survey of intaglio and relief printmaking processes. There will be an emphasis on planning images, papers, tools and inks for printing small editions, images in series, and larger format works. We will use a safe, non-toxic process with oil-based inks. Lectures and demonstrations begin each class, followed by student printmaking. All materials and tools provided. Course number: 430030 Sect 01 › Nov 16 - Dec 14 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 LeVasseur • Sat 12 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $60 • Lab: $3 • Materials: $20

Sect 02 › Oct 15 - Nov 12 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Kornbluth • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $75 • Lab: $21 • Materials: $5

➜ Santa Barbara Architecture ➜ NEW! Painting the Abstract Landscape Capture the influence and inspiration of landscape as the basis for creating your abstract paintings. Generate sketches and landscape studies and then move into abstraction, exploring simplification, color and surface in your paintings. Each class will include a visual presentation covering the pioneers of abstract painting as well as contemporary masters such as Rothko, Diebenkorn and Gerhard Richter. We will paint on location as well as in the classroom.

General survey course exploring select architectural styles through power point presentations, guest speakers, and on site visits to noteworthy structures following each lecture. Class members are encouraged to car pool for these private tours in the Santa Barbara area. For people interested in architecture this course offers enrichments through lecture and observation. Course number: 401239 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 16 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Thomas • Wed 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $90

Course number: 402457 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 8 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Stich • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $75 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 15 - Nov 12 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 Stich • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $75 • Materials: $5

➜ Painting/Drawing Open Workshop Students will have access to the painting/drawing studio to work individually without an instructor. Class may or may not include a model. Students are responsible for supplying all of their own art materials. Course number: 402456 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Dec 10 • 14 sessions • Schott, Rm 22 TBA • Tue 4:15 pm - 5:45 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $45

➜ Saturday Stone Carving, Beginners to Intermediate Enjoy learning the fundamentals of stone carving, focusing on the basic techniques of carving and the development of ideas and forms. Beginners use hand tools to carve alabaster. Intermediate carvers will work in a full range of stone using hand and power tools. Start with an idea and finish with a beautiful stone carving. Course number: 405370 Sect 01 › Sep 14 - Oct 19 • 6 sessions • SBCC, ECC 40 Davis • Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $25 Sect 02 › Oct 26 - Nov 23 • 5 sessions • SBCC, ECC 40 Davis • Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $75 • Materials: $25

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➜ Splashing Watercolor 1 and 2 Through lecture, demonstrations and handouts, students will learn a variety of beginning and intermediate level approaches and techniques to watercolor. Students explore a variety of styles, color theory and composition. Strong emphasis on color and light. Students will receive individualized and group instruction and critiques. Course number: 402423

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW-STYLE CLASSES & ROAD TRIP! Treasure hunting through history

Sect 01 › Sep 18 - Nov 20 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Quiel • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $6

Join CLL for unique opportunities to experience the world of Antiques & Art!

➜ NEW! Stories in Art - American Art and Artists

➜ What’s it Worth?

Visit the romantic West exploring the lives of Frederic Remington and Charlie Russell. Their action packed lives were as vibrant as the Wild West they painted. Winslow Homer was awed by the power of nature and the heroics of the people whose lives were dependent on the changing moods of the stormy Atlantic. Norman Rockwell, dismissed as a mere ‘illustrator’ had a profound effect on American thinking. Mary Cassatt enabled the U. S. to have the finest collections of Impressionist art outside France. Georgia O’Keeffe, modernist, forged new images and ideas until her 100th year. Grandma Moses was discovered by a vacationing art dealer. Course number: 402449 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 15 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Miles • Tue 6 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $30

➜ The Dynamic Palette A Master Class in Color Mixing

Course number: 401241 Sect 01 › Nov 2 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 Karle • Sat 2 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $15

Related classes:

An indoor painting course designed for students who have beginning to advanced skills. Topics include color theory, including split-primary color mixing, creating shadows, and using color to enhance the perspective aspect of painting. Art history is discussed to compare different techniques. Composition is strongly dialogued and different still-life and other motivational projects are used to learn about what makes a good painting. Course number: 402408 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Carp. Veterans’ Memorial Bldg Van Stein • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $300 • room use: $40

➜ Watercolor - Transparent, Fluid and Fun Designed for students interested in furthering their exploration of the watercolor media. Students will receive lessons which will expand their knowledge and skill in watercolor. A special emphasis will be stressed on design and dramatic use of light and shadow. Class includes lecture, demonstration, handouts and critique. Note: Students should have some watercolor experience.. Course number: 402441 Sect 01 › Sep 18 - Nov 20 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Quiel • Wed 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $6

Roadshow style class providing limited scope verbal value estimates of students’ art, antiques, & personal property. Students submit one or two objects (two max.) for limited scope value estimates by an appraiser drawing from seventeen years of practical knowledge & experience. Limited scope value estimates are a good indication of apparent identification & value. They can help identify objects that should and shouldn’t be formally appraised, but shouldn’t be relied upon for accuracy and shouldn’t be substituted for thoroughly researched written appraisals. Bring your sense of wonder for discovering unexpected treasures, and of course a sense of humor. Please no jewelry with significant gem stone value.

Antiques and Art: Field Trip Daylong field trip to a major Southern California museum: Oct. 11th. Students are encouraged to attend a short orientation on Sept. 25th. Course number: 401243 / see page 7

Antiques and Art: Mystery, Culture, Economy and Innovation Popular 8-week interactive class welcoming new and returning students to learn about antiques & art from all cultures. Collectors welcome. Course number 401240 / see page 7

CLL Antiques and Arts teacher Alice Karle is a certified appraiser of decorative and fine arts. She has taught classes about the historic, artistic, and cultural influences on decorative and fine arts at SBCC Continuing Education since 2001 and lectures at the annual Collectors Conference in Los Angeles.

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Crafts & Hobbies: General

➜ Bunka Shishu

➜ Beginning Basket Weaving Techniques

In this beginner class students will learn the art of ‘Painting with Thread’ embroidery. Using the effect attained from subtle shading and blending of colorful threads, students create pictures with depth and precision.

Discover the joy of basket weaving! You will explore a variety of weaving techniques as you create baskets that you express your individuality and that will enjoy using. Learn how to start, weave, shape and finish your baskets using twining, plaiting, continuous and chase weave. Play with color as you work with round and flat reed and local plant materials. Course number: 451357 Sect 01 › Oct 2 - Oct 30 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 32 Kralovic Logan • Wed 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $75 • Materials: $20

➜ Beginning Bow and Arrow Making Student will learn to make traditional wood English long bows. Student will also make their own matching arrows and string.

Course number: 451376 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 1 • 4 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Daily • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $60 Sect 04 › Sep 10 - Oct 1 • 4 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Daily • Tue 1 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $40 Sect 05 › Oct 8 - Oct 29 • 4 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Daily • Tue 1 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $40 Sect 02 › Oct 8 - Oct 29 • 4 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Daily • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $60 Sect 03 › Nov 5 - Nov 26 • 4 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Daily • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $60 Sect 06 › Nov 5 - Nov 26 • 4 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Daily • Tue 1 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $40

Course number: 405019 Sect 01 › Oct 5 - Nov 2 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 10 Saffold • Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $75 • Materials: $15

➜ Beginning Decorative Painting Students in this beginning class learn the basic techniques of decorative art to use for the home or as gifts. Using bottled acrylic paints older adult students learn techniques in shading, highlighting and use of color.

➜ Calligraphic Arts Appreciate words, design and take an antidote to the ever-changing demands of modern communication. Create beautiful calligraphic designs and letterforms using a broad point pen. This class will devoted to study the italic alphabet, the most adaptable form in use and can be written as a formal style or with degrees of informality. Course number: 451368 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 4 • 9 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Bollinger • Mon 7 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $10

Course number: 451375 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Ribet • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $10

➜ European Floral Design with a Contemporary Twist Create floral art with an emphasis on the sculptural aspect of flowers/branches and other materials. We will be exploring patterns in nature and how the unique environment of ocean/ landscape /water/earth mimic each other here in Santa Barbara. This will be a springboard from which the student can create his/ her unique designs which can then be built upon and become an entire installation. This is a contemporary approach to floral design developed over the years coupled with techniques from cutting edge European Floral designers. Course number: 409016 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Teston • Thu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $25

Class schedules are subject to change.

Sect 02 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Teston • Thu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $25

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➜ Fabulous Felting Learn 3 methods for felting wool into fabric for creating wearable art and art for the home. Methods include: wet felting, needle felting and Nuno felting which is felting wool into cloth. Explore the creative options for creating with colorful wool fiber. Course number: 451387 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 9 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 32 Kralovic Logan • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $75 • Materials: $25 Sect 02 › Oct 16 - Nov 13 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 32 Kralovic Logan • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $75 • Materials: $25

FRAMING AND FLORAL AND FELT... OH MY! DIY Decor, Crafts & Hobbies Do-it-Yourself enthusiasts, we’re here to guide and inspire you, with classes for beginners, hobbyists and professionals! Take control of your art.

➜ Floral Design-Florist Style Students learn the design techniques and applications used by professional florists. Topics include bouquets, high style arrangements, flowers to wear and carry, and the business of flower production. Individualized instruction by a professional florist help students create floral projects.

A workshop for artists and others who want to make the most of art with individual projects, demonstrations and professional supervision.

➜P  icture Framing II

Course number: 451362 / page 7

Course number: 409014 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Finn • Mon 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $25

See your talent blossom. This Fall, CLL offers three different types of Floral Design. Hobbyists and professionals alike can learn how to achieve cutting edge contemporary design, or a gamut of techniques for competition or business.

➜ Flower Arranging Students learn techniques and method of flower arranging for applications in the home, office or competition. Topics include the principles of using a wide variety of plants, materials and accessories. Students learn the use of glass, baskets, pottery, wood and metal containers. Supportive instructor one-on-one feedback as the student completes assignments to help develop marketable workplace skills while learning pricing, efficient use of time and materials, and customer service strategies. Course number: 409015

➜E  uropean Floral Design

➜F  loral Design – Florist Style

Course number: 409014 / page 7

➜F  lower Arranging

Sect 01 › Sep 26 - Nov 21 • 8 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Finn • Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $120

Course number: 409016 / page 7

Course number: 409015 / page 7

Do you know “Nuno”? The felting trend is going strong, and Nuno felting is one of the hottest trends in décor and wearable art.

➜ Glass Arts Workshop Students of all levels receive individualized instruction in the glass arts, including leaded stained glass, copper foil stained glass, fusing, mosaic, and sandblasting.

➜F  abulous Felting

Note: Team taught with Karen Hardin.

Basket Weaving 101? Yes, really!

Course number: 451333 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Oct 25 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Vanhecke • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 02 › Nov 1 - Dec 13 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Vanhecke • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $25

At CLL, today’s beginners get to experiment with joyful textures and colors, and even get to try out local plant materials. Now there’s a new twist on ‘farm to table.’

➜B  eginning Basket Weaving Techniques

Course number: 451287 / page 7

Course number: 451357 / page 7

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➜ Glass Fusing

➜ NEW! Japanese Thread Balls/ Temari: Level 2

Students will learn basic skills to create several fused glass pieces. Emphasis will be placed on creating functional, yet artistic pieces, including a small plate or bowl. The class will be taught at a relaxed pace with emphasis on artistry and fun. Students will experience the wonderfully equipped glass studio.

Intermediate Temari continues the pathway through myriad design traditions of past and present. We proceed into increasingly complex patterns produced by more intriguing divisions of the surface and superlative stitching adventures.

Course number: 451371

Sect 01 › Oct 21 - Dec 2 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 32 Vandervoort • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90

Sect 03 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Holguin • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Hardin • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 05 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Holguin • Wed 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 04 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Holguin • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 02 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Hardin • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 06 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Holguin • Wed 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29

➜ Intermediate and Advanced Glass Fusing Returning students will be taught a new firing and decorative technique each term. You will learn how to use these techniques to enhance your fused glass pieces. Firing schedules for advanced projects will also be discussed. This class will be taught at a relaxed pace with the mature student in mind. Join us in our wonderfully equipped glass studio and we will turn up the heat. Course number: 451350 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Holguin • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $20 Sect 02 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Holguin • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $25 • Materials: $20

➜ NEW! Japanese Thread Balls/ Temari: Level 1 In Japan, this 1000-year-old home craft developed into an art form. A simple child’s toy ball of recycled scraps evolved into a glowing ball of intricate precision and pattern. Color exploration abounds with this ancient, unique stitchery on a sphere. Beginning Temari introduces the basics: How it works, why it works, simple materials and tools to achieve stunningly precise measurements of the ball. Beginning stitch patterns teach the basics while students become confident in the process. Course number: 451388 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 14 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 32 Vandervoort • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90

Course number: 451389

➜ Mosaic Creations Come create a fun mosaic piece in this class. Every term we will explore a different design. No experience necessary. All skill levels welcome. The students will be guided step-by-step through the process as they assemble one-of-a-kind mosaic creations. Course number: 451384 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Thomsen • Wed 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $150 • Materials: $10

➜ Picture Framing ll A workshop for intermediate and advanced framing students, artists and others who wish to continue framing under the supervision of a professional framer. Students will work on their own selected projects with individual coaching as necessary from the instructor. Include lectures and/or demonstration as needed. Picture Framing 1 or instructor recommendation is advised. Course number: 451362 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Adelman • Mon 2 pm - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $75 Sect 02 › Nov 4 - Dec 9 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Adelman • Mon 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $75

➜ WOW: Wonders of Weaving Create beautiful textiles of your choosing while learning the timeless craft of weaving on a floor loom. You will master this craft from learning the basic techniques of planning and loom set-up to finishing. You can choose from a variety of projects that range from scarves, blankets and fabric for clothing to tapestries and rugs, all woven on your personally assigned loom in a friendly, artistic studio atmosphere. Many examples and interesting materials, some are even eco-friendly, help motivate and inspire both the beginner and experienced weaver. Weaving is a wonderful creative process for all to enjoy. Men and women come discover this new adventure. Note: Tuition fee partially covered through private donations. Course number: 451363 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 32 Lopez • Tue 9 am - 3:30 pm • Tuition: $150

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This will be a hands-on class for students with no glasswork experience that want to learn the art of leaded stained glass, copper foil stained glass and mosaic. The instruction in this class will take the student through every stage needed to fabricate a glass project. It will also include weekly handouts covering the history of stained glass from its humble beginnings to present day. Course number: 451365 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Vanhecke • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 03 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Vanhecke • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 05 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Vanhecke • Thu 12:05 pm - 3:05 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Vanhecke • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $29 Sect 04 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Vanhecke • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $25

Crafts: Ceramics ➜ Ceramics: An Option for Friday Night Get your hands dirty on a Friday night. Here is a class to experience ceramics for the first time or the returning potter to perfecting their skills. Open to all adults of all skill levels. We will learn the basics of glazing, wheel throwing and hand building. This will be exciting for those without experience while advanced potters will be receive challenging projects. Emphasis will be on making the complete pot with embellishments like sprigging, slip design and added texture. You will bring the project to completion with the proper glaze and glazing techniques. Course number: 451380 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Oct 25 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Sayers • Fri 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $31 • Materials: $25

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➜ Stained Glass: Leaded, Copper Foil and Mosaics

Sect 02 › Nov 1 - Dec 13 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Sayers • Fri 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $26 • Materials: $25

Sect 06 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 11 Vanhecke • Thu 12:05 pm - 3:05 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $25

➜ Ceramics: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced ➜ Surface Embroidery Students learn stitching techniques including silk ribbon embroidery, Brazilian embroidery, huck embroidery, prick and stitch on paper, needle punch, and stumpwork. Students will develop creativity in embroidery work. Open to students of all levels.

Students of all skill levels will develop or refine throwing and trimming skills, hand building skills, and glazing skills. Course number: 451356 Sect 03 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Basch • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25

Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 10 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Burr • Thu 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $50

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Loebman • Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25

Sect 02 › Oct 17 - Nov 14 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Burr • Thu 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $50

Sect 04 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 McGuire • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25

Course number: 451379

Sect 05 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 McGuire • Wed 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25 Sect 07 › Sep 11 - Dec 11 • 14 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Primrose • Wed 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $210 • Lab: $61 • Materials: $25

➜ NEW! Weaving Lab This class is designed to allow students currently enrolled in the weaving course access to floor looms to continue working on their class projects. Course number: 451390 Sect 01 › Oct 3 - Nov 21 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 32 TBA • Thu 11 am - 3 pm • Tuition: $96 • Lab: $29

Lab fee partially subsidized by private donations.

Sect 08 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Thomsen • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25 Sect 02 › Sep 13 - Nov 15 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Loebman • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25 Sect 06 › Sep 14 - Nov 16 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Pini • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25 Sect 09 › Nov 21 - Dec 12 • 3 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Thomsen • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $45 • Lab: $13 • Materials: $25

➜ Ceramics: Porcelain Create pure classics from porcelain clay. Students will experiment with glazes and learn various oriental decorating techniques using green, blue, gray and transparent Celadon glazes. This class is recommended for all students with at least one year of throwing experience. Course number: 451334 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Loebman • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $31

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➜ Create Ceramic Vases and Planters for Floral Arrangements and Potted Plants

Crafts: Jewelry

This class focuses on making vessels for flower arraignments as well as potted plants. Students explore the techniques of hand building and wheel throwing containers designed around the theme of cut flowers as well as for potted plants. Demonstrations will transfer to all skill levels and can be completed with either technique of hand building or wheel throwing. No experience needed to complete ceramic projects.

➜ A Taste of Jewelry: Wire Wrapping Learn the art of jewelry making with wire wrapping techniques, no soldering required. A variety of projects and techniques will be taught giving students skills to develop their own creative ideas. Course number: 452092

Course number: 451385

Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 10 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Ribet • Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $75

Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Oct 25 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Sayers • Fri 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $31 • Materials: $25

Sect 03 › Sep 13 - Oct 11 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Ribet • Fri 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $75

Sect 02 › Nov 1 - Dec 13 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Sayers • Fri 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $26 • Materials: $25

Sect 02 › Oct 17 - Nov 14 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Ribet • Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $75 Sect 04 › Oct 18 - Nov 15 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 7 Ribet • Fri 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $75

➜ Decorative Ceramics This class is designed to address the variety of decorative techniques for ceramics students of all levels. Students will gain a working knowledge of the ways one can decorate and enhance work through working with the clay in various states - wet, raw (green), bisque (1st firing), and overglaze. Topics include handbuilding techniques, wheel fundamentals, glazes, slips, stains, carving, patterns, textures, and decorative firing methods. Course number: 451386 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Thomsen • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25 Sect 02 › Nov 21 - Dec 12 • 3 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Thomsen • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $45 • Lab: $13 • Materials: $25

➜ Bead Creations I: String, Crimp, Knot, Wrap and More Learn essential techniques for making beaded jewelry, including crimping, stringing, knotting, wire work, using chain, leather, cotton, linen and silk cord, and more! Topics include working with color, creating handmade clasps and components, combining techniques, sources for beads, and design and marketing ideas. Course designed for beginning student. Course number: 452091 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Mon 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $30 Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Wed 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $30

➜ Intermediate and Advanced Clay Hand Building

Sect 03 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $30

This class is designed for students wanting to advance their skill in various hand building and sculpture techniques. Topics include technical understanding of clay and clay bodies, decoration techniques, glazing and firing as well as give an introduction to plaster work and mold making.

Sect 04 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Mon 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $30

Course number: 451381

Sect 05 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Wed 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $30 Sect 06 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $30

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 24 Dean • Tue 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $44 • Materials: $25

➜ Enameling: Glass on Metal

Please register early to ensure your class will run.

This course on the art of enameling on metal begins by exploring the basic principles of enameling through the melting of powdered glass on the surface of copper or silver sheet metal in artistic patterns. Students also learn a variety of more advanced techniques including the use of silver or gold foils and cloisonne. Course number: 452079 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Rosen • Thu 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $28 • Materials: $75

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Take your beadwork to the next level! Continue building your beadwork skills by creating more advanced necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Focus on complex assemblage projects in a variety of mediums including stringing, wirework, resin, polyclay, bead weaving, alternative materials, leather, silk and more! Each Session is designed around a theme; please email the instructor to learn more about this session’s focus. Previous beading experience required. Recommended prerequisite: Bead Creations I

➜ NEW! Jewelry Making with Silver Precious Metal Clay Take a lump of silver clay, shape it, stamp it, fire it and then wear it with pride. Silver Precious Metal Clay (PMC) to create remarkable jewelry items. PMC is made of fine silver particles suspended in an organic binder. It can be sculpted and formed like clay. It is then fired in a kiln where the silver particles solidify into the object created. A fast and creative way to make silver jewelry quickly and with minimal equipment.

Course number: 452087

Course number: 452097

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Mon 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $30

Sect 01 › Oct 12 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 20 Stanley • Sat 9 am - 5 pm • Tuition: $42 • Lab: $7 • Materials: $80

Sect 02 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $105 • Materials: $30

Sect 02 › Nov 9 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 20 Stanley • Sat 9 am - 5 pm • Tuition: $42 • Lab: $7 • Materials: $80

Sect 03 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Mon 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $30

Sect 03 › Dec 7 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 20 Stanley • Sat 9 am - 5 pm • Tuition: $42 • Lab: $7 • Materials: $80

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➜ Bead Creations II

Sect 04 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 23 Gasparrini • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90 • Materials: $30

➜ Jewelry Workshop ➜ NEW! High Style/Low Tech Jewelry Making Learn how to silver solder using a Creme Brule torch. Fabricate simple rings, bracelets and ear rings. Explore creating your own simple findings to adorn your pieces with interesting beading techniques! In this class learn how to set up a simple soldering station and home studio for around $100 to $150. Course number: 452096 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Sep 16 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Hale • Mon 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $6 • Materials: $20 Sect 02 › Sep 23 - Sep 30 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Hale • Mon 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $6 • Materials: $20 Sect 03 › Oct 7 - Oct 14 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Hale • Mon 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $6 • Materials: $20 Sect 04 › Oct 21 - Oct 28 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Hale • Mon 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $6 • Materials: $20 Sect 05 › Nov 18 - Nov 25 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Hale • Mon 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $6 • Materials: $20 Sect 06 › Dec 2 - Dec 9 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Hale • Mon 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $6 • Materials: $20

This class allows students to work on personal projects with instructor support. Demonstrations will be provided by the instructor in a variety of jewelry making techniques and methods pertaining to student’s individual needs. Materials will not be provided; students will be expected to provide materials for their own projects. Course number: 452089 Sect 06 › Sep 9 - Dec 9 • 13 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Fowler • Mon 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $195 • Lab: $36 Sect 04 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Stanley • Mon 1 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $200 • Lab: $37 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Hale • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $20 Sect 03 › Sep 12 - Oct 31 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Rosen • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $120 • Lab: $22 Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Hale • Tue 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $20 Sect 05 › Nov 18 - Dec 11 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Stanley • Mon, Wed 6 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $140 • Lab: $26

➜ Lost Wax Casting

➜ Jewelry Soldering Information, Focus, Practice Designed for experienced beginners to advanced jewelry students who want to develop soldering and torch operation skills. A variety of soldering techniques, theories and set-ups covered. Students learn torch use and complex design issues that require many solder connections.

This class teaches the skills needed for jewelry making using the lost wax casting method. Students will be guided through the wax carving process, preparation of the wax model for the burnout procedure and the actual casting. Students will have the opportunity to cast their own project. Course number: 452085

Course number: 452084

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 4 • 9 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Stanley • Mon 6 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $158 • Lab: $29 • Materials: $75

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Elkins • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $28 • Materials: $75

Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Stanley • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $28 • Materials: $75

Sect 02 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Elkins • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $28 • Materials: $75

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➜ Southwest Style Jewelry Making

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Student will learn how to use all the various jewelry making tools and equipment to create various types of Southwest jewelry. Course number: 452076 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Stanley • Wed 1 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $200 • Lab: $37 • Materials: $85

➜ Specialized Jewelry Techniques In this class, students will learn technical and challenging processes used in art jewelry selected from the following topics including rollerprinting and stamping, hydraulic press, repoussage and chasing, chain making, fillagree, fabric techniques in metal, engraving, metal inlay, etching, reticulation, fusing, granulation, mokume gane and metal lamination, cold connections, boxes and lockets, bone carving and hanging, keum boo, stone setting or coloring metals. Course number: 452083 Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Stanley • Wed 6 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $175 • Lab: $33 • Materials: $75

Crafts: Sewing & Quilting ➜ NEW! Drop Dead Gorgeous: Costume Design and Construction for the Enthusiast Do you love ‘Downton Abbey’ or the BBC ‘Sherlock’? Are you a Comic-Con or ‘Star Wars II’ fan? Come explore the intricacies of costume design and construction for theatre, film and TV. Or make your child’s Halloween costume wishes come true. Make your own custom dress form or bum roll. Draft, drape or adapt a commercial pattern for your own fantastic costume, evening gown or bridal project. Information provided for a self-guided trip to the Los Angeles Garment district resources, materials and supplies. Course number: 603132 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 18 Nelson • Wed 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $18

➜ Individualized Sewing

Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Rodriguez • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $150 • Lab: $28 • Materials: $40

This class is designed for the student who has a desire to learn to sew and/or improve their sewing skills. Students will be guided through the techniques necessary to construct a project of their choice. Projects will provide the opportunity for creativity, achievement and success through a combination of theory and practical experience.

➜ The Art of Jewelry Making - Level 1

Course number: 603097

Students learn how to make silver rings, earrings, pins, and pendants. Class explores techniques and applications in using jewelry tools, working with materials, setting gemstones, and other fabrication techniques.

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 14 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 18 Brooks • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $11 • Materials: $5 Sect 05 › Sep 11 - Oct 16 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Brooks • Wed 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $11 • Materials: $5

Course number: 452086

Sect 03 › Sep 11 - Oct 16 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Brooks • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $11 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Oct 25 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Hale • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $20 • Materials: $75

Sect 07 › Oct 10 - Nov 21 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Vestal • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $13 • Materials: $5

Sect 02 › Nov 1 - Dec 13 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 8 Hale • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $17 • Materials: $75

Sect 08 › Oct 10 - Dec 12 • 9 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Vestal • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $135 • Lab: $16 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 21 - Nov 18 • 4 sessions • Wake, Rm 18 Brooks • Mon 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $60 • Lab: $7 • Materials: $5 Sect 04 › Oct 23 - Nov 20 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Brooks • Wed 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $75 • Lab: $9 • Materials: $5 Sect 06 › Oct 23 - Nov 20 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Brooks • Wed 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm • Tuition: $75 • Lab: $9 • Materials: $5

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➜ Patchwork and Quilting: Quilts for Kids Kids of all ages just love to snuggle up with a quilt. This class includes step by step instructions to complete several quick and easy kids quilts. You will also enjoy a fabric exchange for the I Spy Game quilt and the creepy, crawly Bug Jars quilt. Join us and stitch a colorful and whimsical quilt for your favorite kid! Course number: 603110 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 30 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 18 Frolli • Wed 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $80 • Lab: $10 • Materials: $10

SEW YOUR OWN WAY ‘Upcycle’ Your Style Explore CLL’s range of sewing and textile classes. These options are ‘tailored’ to help you create your individual style! ➜ NEW! Recycle, Repurpose and Refashion

➜ Quilters Workshop Students create quilts and quilted items while reviewing and perfecting basic quilting techniques of cutting, piecing, setting, basting, quilting and binding. Individualized instruction from an experienced teacher allows students of diverse ability levels to apply techniques to projects of their own choosing.

Learn how to make thrift store or discard finds into usable items or wearable clothing. This is not a tailoring or alterations class, but rather a creative sewing class. Students will be encouraged to sew unique projects from cast off clothing and fabric.

Note: Recommended prerequisite: At least one quarter of Beginning Quiltmaking or the equivalent.

Course number: 603131 / see page 22

Course number: 451331

➜ Individualized Sewing

Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Nov 1 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 18 Frolli • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $120 • Lab: $14

➜ Quilting and Patchwork Patchwork and Quilting is a continuing course following Beginning Quiltmaking. Intermediate techniques are introduced and beginning techniques are reviewed.

Designed for the student who has a desire to learn to sew and/or improve their sewing skills. Students will be guided through the techniques necessary to construct a project of their choice. Course number: 603097 / see page 20

Course number: 603100 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 14 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Hansen • Mon 1 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $60 • Lab: $7 • Materials: $10 Sect 03 › Sep 10 - Oct 29 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 18 Fay • Tue 6 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $100 • Lab: $12 • Materials: $5 Sect 04 › Sep 21 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 18 Frolli • Sat 9 am - 4 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $4 Sect 05 › Oct 5 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 18 Frolli • Sat 9 am - 4 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $4 Sect 02 › Oct 21 - Dec 2 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Hansen • Mon 1 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $60 • Lab: $7 • Materials: $10

➜ Quiltmaking for Beginners Course for students who have never quilted and those who want to develop basic quiltmaking skills. Students learn the fundamentals of quiltmaking while constructing a small sampler quilt. Traditional and contemporary techniques of piecing, appliqué and quilting are covered. Note: This term the class project will be table runners or small quilts. Course number: 603122 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 28 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 18 Frolli • Mon 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $80 • Lab: $10 • Materials: $10

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➜ NEW! Recycle, Repurpose and Refashion

Music & Performing Arts

The purpose of the class is to present ideas for how to make thrift store or discard finds into usable items or wearable clothing. This is not a tailoring or alterations class, but rather a creative sewing class. Students will be encouraged to sew unique projects from cast off clothing and fabric.

➜ A Virtuoso Season: A Guide to CAMA’s Current Season

Course number: 603131 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 14 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Hansen • Mon 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $11 • Materials: $5

Since 1919 CAMA (Community Arts Music Association) has brought world class orchestras and recitalists to Santa Barbara. This class will provide a preview lecture and a performance in CAMA’s Master or International series. Concert ticket is included with the preview lecture and distributed at the end of the class. Course number: 301183

➜ Sewing For Everyone A class for the complete beginner to the more experienced sewer. Students will work on a project of their choice such as alterations or repairs on existing garments for a better fit, designing and making your own clothes, or home decorating. This facility offers spacious cutting tables, professional steam irons, industrial sewing machines, over-lock and cover-stitch machines to achieve a more professional look. Course number: 603102 Sect 03 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Fuentes • Tue 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $13 Sect 01 › Sep 14 - Oct 26 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Fuentes • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $13 Sect 04 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Fuentes • Tue 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $105 • Lab: $13 Sect 02 › Nov 2 - Dec 14 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Fuentes • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $11

➜ Sewing Tips and Techniques Students learn to sew or improve sewing skills. Each class will feature a different technique in sewing. A large variety of projects will be presented including garment construction, quilting, home decorating, and fabric crafts. Students may bring their own projects for additional instruction. Course number: 603125 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 6 Hansen • Tue 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $100 • Lab: $12 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Oct 28 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 20 Malvinni • Mon 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $10

➜ NEW! Acting Ensemble Workshop This is a on-going, sequential theatre workshop, meeting for multiple sessions. Inexperienced or experienced actors welcomed. Sessions will include, but not limited to: the building of an acting ensemble, improvisation study, acting techniques, original/published monologues and acting scene study. The final session will be a showcase of our collage. Memorization of scripts is not required. Course number: 351114 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Sep 23 • 3 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Jones • Mon 7:05 pm - 9:05 pm • Tuition: $30

➜ NEW! Acting for Stage and Film Acting for all levels! As a student in this class you will work on scenes from current film and TV shows, as well as classic plays and contemporary theater pieces. You will also practice your craft through improvisations and fun theater games. Each class will offer you the opportunity to practice and receive feedback so that you may become a more confident performer. Course number: 351117 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 1 • 4 sessions • Community Film Studio SB, Mission AV Theater CFSSB Faculty • Tue 6:30 pm - 8 pm • Tuition: $30 Sect 02 › Oct 8 - Oct 29 • 4 sessions • Community Film Studio SB, Mission AV Theater CFSSB Faculty • Tue 6:30 pm - 8 pm • Tuition: $30

➜ NEW! Beginning Basic Blues Guitar

It’s not too late to try something new! Classes start throughout the term.

Muddy Waters, move over. Here is your chance to learn from a local master of the blues guitar. This course covers simple Blues accompaniment for songs concentrating on baselines, melody, chords, and form. The Blues form is characterized by specific chord progressions, of which the twelve-bar blues chord progression is the most common. We will explore opening tuning, picking styles, use of slides, blues triads, blue notes, bent notes, making music shake, slurring your notes and allowing the rhythm to flow. Must bring a guitar (Acoustic or Electric with cables and amp) to class. Course number: 301204

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Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Nov 25 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Villaverde • Mon 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $50 • Materials: $5

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➜ Essence of Opera

Students develop their knowledge of music technology using state of the art electronic keyboards. Course incorporates lecture and hands-on instruction to teach the beginning student basic orientation of the instrument, notes, and rhythm. Students will experience the value of playing an electronic instrument and expanding their knowledge of musical elements. Students have the opportunity to create their own music using keyboard functions such as styles, voices, transposition, and recording. An electronic keyboard or piano at home is recommended.

This course teaches the history of opera through study of individual works. Course will show how each operatic work fits into the period in which it belongs and will include reflections on the composer. Students will watch and listen to selections from each opera as it is presented. Course number: 301191 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Paulson • Tue 7 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $70

Course number: 301194 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Campos • Wed 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Beginning Piano Level 1 Course incorporates lecture and hands-on instruction to teach the beginning student the basics of the instrument, notes, and rhythm. Students will experience the value of playing an instrument and expanding their knowledge of musical elements. Students will have the opportunity to play in class. An electronic keyboard or piano at home is recommended. Course number: 301188

➜ ImproVoice A class is for singers who want to explore improvising with their voices using techniques not usually found in common choir settings. Create pitches, rhythms, words and syllables, percussion and spontaneous compositions using only your voice. If you love to sing and be creative, this class offers an opportunity to discover exciting new techniques.

ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE

➜ Beginning Electronic Keyboard

In collaboration with Free Methodist Church. Course number: 301202 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Free Methodist Church Collins • Wed 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $50

Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Campos • Wed 5:35 pm - 7:35 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Intermediate Piano ➜ Choral Singing Students learn vocal techniques, song interpretation, tone, pitch, dynamics and performance technique to effectively perform choral music in front of an audience. Course number: 301192 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Dec 10 • 14 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Kennedy • Tue 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $140 • Materials: $10

Students develop musicianship through repeated practice on digital pianos, performance of new music, and study of music theory. A year of beginning piano lessons and a piano or keyboard at home is recommended. Course number: 301174 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott Rm 3 Campos • Wed 7:45 pm - 9:45 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Jazz Appreciation and History ➜ NEW! Improvisation for Beginners: Time to Have Some Fun You may have heard the following phrases, ‘Let’s play it by ear,’ ‘Take it as it comes,’ and ‘Make it up as we go along.’ These sayings come from improvisational experiences and are used in day-today life. There are principles and suggested exercises which an actor can establish ‘CWOW’ with which to rehearse. Workshop participants are ready to respond because of their experiences. Develop imagination, intuition, and confidence needed in public presentations. Learn to trust yourself to think freely, without judging, and make courageous choices. Develop quick-thinking responses and take part in improvisation experiences. No improvisation experience is needed.

Declared a National Treasure by United States Congress, Jazz is America’s unique and original art form. Through demonstration, discussion, listening and viewing archival film, students will gain insights into American musical & cultural history while expanding their breadth of knowledge for jazz music and musicians. Students will have opportunities for group interaction that build camaraderie through this common interest and shared love of our nation’s music. In collaboration with: Free Methodist Church. Course number: 301195 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 19 • 11 sessions • Free Methodist Church Collins • Tue 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm • Tuition: $69

Course number: 351116 Sect 01 › Nov 4 - Nov 25 • 3 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Jones • Mon 7:05 pm - 9:05 pm • Tuition: $30

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➜ Jazz Combo Workshop

➜ Playing the Ukulele: Today not Tomorrow

Students learn to improvise and interact with other musicians in a jazz combo. Techniques include how to play jazz chords and scales, swing, improvisation, instrumental roles and different ‘feels & grooves’.

Playing the ukulele made easy yet complete. Students will learn the chords necessary to play songs by strumming and accompanying themselves on the ukulele in a few short weeks.

In collaboration with Free Methodist Church. Course number: 301179

Course number: 301189 Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Nov 25 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Villaverde • Mon 6:10 pm - 7:10 pm • Tuition: $50 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 19 • 11 sessions • Free Methodist Church Collins • Tue 7 pm - 9:45 pm • Tuition: $138

➜ NEW! Preparing for Your Singing Audition ➜ Orchestra: A Class for All Levels Course for proficient adult musicians that want to perform as part of an orchestra. Develop individual musicianship skills and techniques while learning how to be part of a musical ensemble. Topics will include achieving an artistic unified sound, following a conductor, taking rehearsal notes, and performance conduct. Course number: 301177 Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Nov 4 • 8 sessions • Goleta Valley Jr. HS, Rm 604 Fryer • Mon 7 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $80 • Room Use: $32

➜ Performance Singing Students learn vocal techniques, song interpretation, and performance technique to effectively perform songs in front of an audience. Students benefit from breathing and stretching exercises to develop flexibility and lung capacity. Students learn to give and receive constructive criticism.

The entertainment world has many opportunities to audition for singing competitions and roles in productions. As a performer you need to be prepared! This is just the class you need to give you the experience and knowledge of a real audition. Get constructive criticism on aspects of singing such as choice of song, vocal production, song delivery, vocal tone, song interpretation, and overall singing presentation for an audition. Don’t miss out on this chance to learn the ropes before the big day. Course number: 301207 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Nov 15 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Rangel • Fri 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm • Tuition: $100 • Lab: $23 • Materials: $10

➜ Recorder Playing

Note: Designed for experienced solo singers, not beginners.

Have fun learning and playing the recorder (or Old English Flute). Students will receive group and individual instruction and have an opportunity to make music with others. This class is appropriate for beginners and continuing students. The first hour will be devoted to beginners. Please bring a recorder of any kind (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) to the first class.

Course number: 301181

Course number: 301196

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Dec 9 • 13 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Kennedy • Mon 7:30 pm - 10 pm • Tuition: $163

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Roman • Tue 4:15 pm - 6:15 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Playing the Guitar for Beginners

➜ Singing from the Heart: Basics of Singing

This course teaches students simple accompaniment for songs as well as chords, rhythm techniques and left-hand and right-hand coordination.

This introductory singing class welcomes all shower singers, car singers, chorus singers and closet singers! No experience required, as students learn in a supportive, nurturing and ‘safe’ workshop environment. Eight class sessions will cover the ‘blueprint’ basics of the voice, including breathing, posture and vowels. Students will learn the use of energy and letting go of unnecessary tensions and stress from their daily lives. This class is also ideal for those students wishing to enhance their vocal strength both in business and social environments. Come and discover your inner singer.

Course number: 301190 Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Nov 25 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Villaverde • Mon 7:20 pm - 8:20 pm • Tuition: $50 • Materials: $5

➜ Playing the Ukulele: Intermediate This course focuses on fundamentals of music theory, fingering techniques, melody notes, chords and advance strumming. This helps students by increasing chording and rhythm skills, and experimenting with techniques for developing speed.

Course number: 301193 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 28 • 8 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Robles • Mon 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $80 Sect 02 › Sep 20 - Nov 22 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 20 Fryer • Fri 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100

Course number: 301203 Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Nov 25 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Villaverde • Mon 5 pm - 6 pm • Tuition: $50 • Materials: $5

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➜ Songwriting Playshop Students of all ages and levels will learn how to create songs and share them with others in a safe, non-judgmental space. Class emphasizes the acceptance and giving of feedback in a positive and constructive way. Course number: 301175 Sect 01 › Sep 17 - Nov 19 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Gordon • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ The Role of Music in Film From silent films to three-hour epics, music has been a major component in helping to intensify the emotional, psychological, and visual elements of film, in addition to strengthening the import of words and dialogue. This course examines the functional and aesthetic role of film music. A short history of film is included as are biographies of the composers. Selections of films will include both music specifically written for film and source music. Course number: 301198 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 16 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 26 Elliott • Wed 7 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $60

Get in tune ... at the Center. Whether you’re a Beethoven or a Bono, CLL’s Music & Performing Arts classes will get you in sync with like minds. Get back to singing or that favorite instrument, or try out something new in an affordable and encouraging environment. Come on, you know you’ve always wanted to…. Find your voice. CLL has singing and songwriting classes, not to mention acting and improvisation. “Find your voice” and “set the stage” for personal enrichment or professional development.

➜S  inging from the Heart: Basics of Singing

Course number: 301193

➜P  erformance Singing ➜ NEW! They Really Like Me! How to Shine in a Public Performance Never fear performing in public again. Develop a positive outlook and get the tools to help you be successful. In this workshop you will focus on a developing a positive personal inventory and creative brainstorming. You will learn the qualities of a successful presentation and how to deal with negative self-talk. Emerge from this class with the skills to take control and enjoy the opportunity. No memorization; just an opportunity for you turn a challenging task into a thrilling way to talk to people. Course number: 351115 Sect 01 › Oct 7 - Oct 21 • 3 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Jones • Mon 7:05 pm - 9:05 pm • Tuition: $30

➜ Vocal Harmony in the Doo Wop Style Doo-wop singing is a style of vocal based rhythm and blues music which achieved mainstream popularity in the 1950’s and early 1960. Tight harmonies with unusual background phrasing (shoo bee doo) are the most identifiable aspects of the music. Doo-wop had its roots in street corner singing with no music. It predates the Beatles, the British Invasion, Motown and Soul. This musical form is codependent on the background vocals which becomes an integral part of the song. Singing the melody is not the enough to create the sound of Doowop as it cannot be complete without the harmony parts. Note: Singing ability is not a requirement for taking this class. The class is instructional as well as entertaining. Course number: 301199 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Nov 22 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Sorgman • Fri 7 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $100 • Materials: $5

Course number: 301181

➜N  EW! They Really Like Me!

How to Shine in a Public Performance

Course number: 351115

Tickle the ivories. ➜ Intermediate Piano,

Course number: 301174

➜O  rchestra: For All Levels

Course number: 301177

Go back to school — the School of Rock! ➜N  EW! Beginning

Basic Blues Guitar

Course number: 301204

➜B  eginning Electronic Keyboard

Course number: 301194

➜P  laying the Guitar for Beginners

Course number: 301190

Play the…UKULELE! ➜P  laying the Ukulele: Today not Tomorrow

Course number: 301189

CLL also offers music appreciation classes. Make new lifelong friends with Jazz or Opera!

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Body, Mind, Spirit CLL promotes Health, Fitness and Healing inside and out. We’ll enhance your body, mind and spirit with classes from Ayurveda to Zumba. Choose from an amazing variety of classes designed to guide you to your Center.

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Dance, Fitness, Recreation & Personal ➜ Aikido - Intermediate Further exploration of Aikido, the Japanese ‘Art of Peace.’ The course will encompass more intermediate techniques and basic weapons (bokken - wooden sword; jo - wooden staff). Course number: 608691 Sect 01 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Aikido of Santa Barbara Wong • Wed 6 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $35

➜ Basic Keelboat Sailing Student will learn to sail a 24’ sail boat in light to moderate winds and sea conditions in familiar waters. General terminology and sailing techniques prepare the beginning sailor; no auxiliary power or navigation skills required. Successful candidates earn an American Sailing Association Basic Keelboat 101 Credential & National Safe Boating Certificate approved by NASBLA and the U.S. Coast Guard. The certification will enable graduates to rent sail boats up to 27’ worldwide. Note: Registration for this class ends one week before the first class meeting. Course number: 608367 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Dec 11 • 14 sessions • Santa Barbara Sailing Center TBA • Wed 3 pm - 5:30 pm • Tuition: $260

Students move freely in group exercises in a warm water pool. Student will relieve stiffness, restore and/or maintain joint range of motion, improve posture, increase endurance, flexibility and increase awareness of arthritis exercise principles useful in everyday life. Students can improve their self-image and self-esteem through increased physical wellbeing. Note: Carpooling to St. Vincent’s is encouraged. Please follow parking guidelines. Course number: 608591 Sect 03 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 7 sessions • St. Vincent’s School, Pool Kostruba • Mon 9:45 am - 10:45 am • Tuition: $49 • room use: $26 Sect 04 › Sep 13 - Oct 25 • 7 sessions • St. Vincent’s School, Pool Kostruba • Fri 9:45 am - 10:45 am • Tuition: $49 • room use: $26 Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Nov 25 • 10 sessions • St. Vincent’s School, Pool Trivell • Mon 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm • Tuition: $50 • room use: $37 Sect 02 › Sep 18 - Nov 20 • 10 sessions • St. Vincent’s School, Pool Trivell • Wed 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm • Tuition: $50 • room use: $37 Sect 05 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • St. Vincent’s School, Pool Kostruba • Mon 9:45 am - 10:45 am • Tuition: $42 • room use: $22 Sect 06 › Nov 1 - Dec 13 • 6 sessions • St. Vincent’s School, Pool Kostruba • Fri 9:45 am - 10:45 am • Tuition: $42 • room use: $22

➜ Ballroom Boot Camp

➜ Beginning West Coast Swing Dance for the Social Dance Floor Come learn the State Dance of California! West Coast Swing is a different type of swing dance than Lindy or East Coast Swing which you may be familiar with from musicals from the 40’s. It is fun, inventive and inspiring to learn and watch and can be and is done to a variety of genres - Blues, Country, 60’s, Contemporary, just to name a few. In this class you will learn the essential 6 and 8 count basic patterns to get you onto the floor and comfortable. This is a progressive class and we build each week onto the previous week’s lesson. Students should make every attempt to attend all scheduled classes. Many people take the first part numerous times. Partners are recommended but not required. Rotation with new partners is recommended. Participants are encouraged to wear smooth soled shoes - no tennis shoes and ladies are encouraged not to wear sling back heels - the shoes won’t stay on your feet!

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ Aquatic Arthritis

Course number: 608663 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 22 • 7 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Burnett • Tue 7:15 pm - 8:45 pm • Tuition: $53 Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 10 • 7 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Burnett • Tue 7:15 pm - 8:45 pm • Tuition: $53

➜ Body Mind Wakeup Call

Ballroom Bootcamp is about exploring a variety of ballroom dances that you watch on Dancing with the Stars. You will get a taste of different dances, learn the basics, laugh and just all around have a good time. After the course you should be able to go to a Wedding, a Class Reunion, on a Cruise Ship or even to your favorite restaurant that has music and get out on the floor. Usually two weeks of each dance which can include Merengue, Cha Cha, Rumba, Fox Trot, Night Club Two Step (Romantic Two Step) East Coast Swing, Salsa, Waltz or even a Country Two Step. Dances vary per session. Partner recommended but not required. Grab your friends, single or coupled, and make it a weekly event! Ladies I encourage you not to wear sling back shoes as they won’t stay on your feet and everyone is encouraged to wear smooth soled shoes - not tennis shoes. Course number: 608679 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Burnett • Thu 7:15 pm - 8:45 pm • Tuition: $53

Find it harder to get up in the morning? Is your mind a bit fuzzy? This fun class is geared to awaken you to become more fully engaged in thinking, being and doing. Muscles lose flexibility and strength with age, this includes your brain. This may be avoided with regular training and strengthening. Come experience easy chair assisted yoga stretches, use of light weights and resistance bands and also fun ways to help increase and build your memory skills. Have more energy for your activities; renew aliveness, alertness and joy. Course number: 608669 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 19 • 11 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Hungett • Tue 7:45 am - 8:45 am • Tuition: $55 Sect 02 › Sep 12 - Nov 21 • 11 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Hungett • Thu 7:45 am - 8:45 am • Tuition: $55

Sect 02 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Burnett • Thu 7:15 pm - 8:45 pm • Tuition: $45

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➜ Easy Does It Exercises

➜ Nia: A Celebration of the Body

Students improve mobility, flexibility, strength, balance, posture, breathing and relaxation. Exercises are conducted from a seated position for students with Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis or older adults who are new to exercise. Includes some standing and walking exercises to improve posture, balance, leg strength, and gait.

Nia will give you a joyous, total body movement experience that draws from Tai Chi, Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, jazz dance, modern dance, Duncan dance, yoga, Alexander Technique and Teachings of Moshe Feldenkrais. Nia is based on a combination of 52 unique move concentrating on the main areas of the body. Appropriate for all, stiff beginners and highly fit athletes alike can adapt Nia to meet their needs by choosing from three intensity levels. Nia is a body centered personal growth and fitness modality that changes bodies and lives.

Course number: 608616 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 16 • 6 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Hungett • Wed 9 am - 10 am • Tuition: $30

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

Sect 02 › Oct 23 - Nov 20 • 5 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Hungett • Wed 9 am - 10 am • Tuition: $25

➜ Gentle Yoga for Seniors This class is especially designed for seniors, beginners or those wanting a gentle yoga practice. Students explore easy, chairassisted yoga poses designed especially for the older body with limited mobility. Students practice gentle, restorative yoga to assist with insomnia, hypertension, healing, and to increase range of motion. Course number: 608610 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Hungett • Mon 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $50 Sect 03 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Spirka • Tue 9:15 am - 10:15 am • Tuition: $50 Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Nov 20 • 11 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Hungett • Wed 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $55 Sect 04 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Spirka • Thu 9:15 am - 10:15 am • Tuition: $50

Course number: 608670 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Dec 12 • 13 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Carlsen • Thu 10:45 am - 11:45 am • Tuition: $65 Sect 02 › Sep 13 - Dec 13 • 13 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Hill • Fri 10 am - 11 am • Tuition: $65

➜ NEW! Nordic Walking Workshop A special short session to experience Nordic Walking: a fun, social, outdoor activity where students take walks using specially designed poles. Walking with these poles relieves stress on the ankles, knees and hips by transferring workload to the arms and core. You can burn 20 to 40 percent more calories and feel more stable while using walking poles when compared with a traditional walking workout. Learn the Nordic Walking technique including appropriate stride and pole movement plus safe warm-up and cool down activities. Participate and enjoy walking in the beauty of Santa Barbara! Course number: 608694 Sect 01 › Sep 28 • 1 session • Schott; meet at main entrance Kostruba • Sat 9 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $35 Sect 02 › Oct 19 • 1 session • Schott; meet at main entrance Kostruba • Sat 9 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $35

➜ Introduction to Aikido An introduction to the Japanese martial art of Aikido. Aikido, known as the ‘art of peace’ is a martial art based on neutralizing an opponent through leverage and balance instead of strength and force. The course will focus on centering, balance and focus. Basic techniques and ukemi (falling) will be taught. Course number: 608491 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 30 • 8 sessions • Aikido of Santa Barbara Wong • Wed 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $40

Class schedules are subject to change.

Sect 03 › Nov 9 • 1 session • Schott; meet at main entrance Kostruba • Sat 9 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $35

➜ Nordic Walking, Health Fitness and Fun Nordic Walking class is a fun, social, outdoor activity where students take walks using specially designed poles that relieve stress on the ankles, knees and hips by transferring workload to the arms and core. Walking with poles burns about 20 to 40% more calories and creates greater stability. Students will learn proper Nordic Walking technique, including stride and pole movement, as well as warm-up and cool-down exercises. This very safe, low impact, yet effective, exercise is great for everyone, even seniors or those recovering from an injury. Just participate and enjoy the beauty of Santa Barbara. Course number: 608674 Sect 01 › Sep 25 - Oct 23 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Kostruba • Wed 11:45 am - 1:15 pm • Tuition: $60

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➜ Pilates for Life This course teaches students the integration of the Pilates’ principles of core-strength, concentration, precision, control, postural alignment, and centering. Dance, strength, and flexibility techniques are also incorporated in this total body conditioning program. Chair-based and standing exercises are adapted for all fitness levels. Note: Please bring a mat to class. Course number: 608601 Sect 03 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 7 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Masin • Mon 10:45 am - 11:45 am • Tuition: $35

SWING, STRETCH, STRIDE, SAIL Fitness for “Every Body” CLL offers so many affordable dance, fitness, martial arts, stretching and strengthening classes, you’ll surely find just the right ‘fit’ for you! We even offer sailing (make sure to register early)!

Sect 04 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 7 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Masin • Mon 9:30 am - 10:30 am • Tuition: $35

Step out in style.

Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Masin • Thu 10:45 am - 11:45 am • Tuition: $35

Try some social dancing — by yourself, with your honey or with a group of good friends.

Sect 02 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Masin • Thu 9:30 am - 10:30 am • Tuition: $35 Sect 07 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Masin • Mon 10:45 am - 11:45 am • Tuition: $30

➜B  allroom Boot Camp

Course number: 608679

Sect 08 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Masin • Mon 9:30 am - 10:30 am • Tuition: $30

➜B  eginning West Coast Swing Dance

Sect 05 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Masin • Thu 10:45 am - 11:45 am • Tuition: $30

Sect 06 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Masin • Thu 9:30 am - 10:30 am • Tuition: $30

Work it while working out.

for the Social Dance Floor

Course number: 608663

Join local favorite, instructor Janet Reineck for:

➜ Pilates-Yoga: Core Strength, Flexibility and Balance

➜W  orld Dance Workout

Course number: 608617

This course teaches students the integration of the Pilates’ principles of core-strength, concentration, precision, control, postural alignment, and centering combined with yoga’s benefits, including range of motion, flexibility and relaxation/breathing techniques. Dance, strength, and flexibility techniques are also incorporated in this total body conditioning program. Chair-based and standing exercises are adapted for all fitness levels. Course number: 608624 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Spirka • Tue 10:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $50 Sect 02 › Sep 17 - Dec 3 • 12 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Trivell • Tue 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm • Tuition: $75 Sect 03 › Sep 19 - Dec 12 • 12 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Trivell • Thu 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm • Tuition: $75

➜ Qi Gong This course teaches students Qi Gong, a combination of slow, gentle body movements and healthy breathing that generates strength, flexibility, inner calm and renewed vitality. Students learn exercises to elevate the flow of life force (qi) through the body, release anxiety, and relieve stress. Course number: 608568

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Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Rockett • Thu 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $75 Sect 02 › Sep 13 - Nov 15 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Rockett • Fri 10:45 am - 12:15 pm • Tuition: $75

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➜ Strength and Stability Training for Mature Adults Students learn techniques and practice skills to improve strength, balance, and flexibility in a safe environment. Basic exercises are performed to improve posture, gait and self-confidence. Intended for mature adults, but appropriate for anyone who wants to increase muscle tone and improve balance and mobility. Exercise equipment is provided.

Course teaches how to address fitness goals, increase strength, endurance, and energy, reduce stress, and gain flexibility. Begins with low impact aerobics to improve cardiovascular fitness, body tone and coordination and progresses to floor work to stretch, enhance flexibility and relax. Course number: 608595

Note: Tuition fee partially supported through private donations.

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 4 • 9 sessions • Schott, Auditorium James-Fenske • Mon 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm • Tuition: $45

Course number: 608634

Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium James-Fenske • Wed 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm • Tuition: $50

Sect 03 › Sep 9 - Nov 1 • 16 sessions • SBCC, PE113 O’Connor • Mon, Fri 10 am - 11 am • Tuition: $48 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 24 • 14 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Saenger • Tue, Thu 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm • Tuition: $52

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ The Total Workout

Sect 02 › Oct 29 - Dec 12 • 13 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Saenger • Tue, Thu 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm • Tuition: $52

➜ Stretch and Strengthen Class is designed to increase flexibility and endurance through the use of unique fluid floor and barre stretches to lengthen muscles, enhance circulation and minimize the stresses of daily life.

➜ World Dance Workout This exercise class uses dance styles and music from around the world including Latin, Middle Eastern, Irish, Balkan and African, giving students an energizing workout. Movements are easy to follow for both beginning and experienced dancers. Note: Please bring an exercise mat to class. Course number: 608617 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Dec 6 • 12 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Reineck • Fri 8:30 am - 9:45 am • Tuition: $75

Course number: 608580 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Spirka • Mon 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm • Tuition: $50 Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Spirka • Wed 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm • Tuition: $50

➜ Tai Ji: 24 Movements This ancient form of exercise leads the student on a journey of self-discovery and awareness of body and mind to gain energy, promote inner peace and improve circulation and flexibility of the body. Result of medical studies has shown the benefits of Tai Ji are excellent for stress reduction, balance, pain management and its ability to boost your immune system. Learn a new way of thinking and moving that adds freedom and enjoyment to your life style. Course number: 608596 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Pang • Tue 7 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $75 Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Pang • Wed 9 am - 10:30 am • Tuition: $75

➜ The Magic Makeover The instructor has taught thousands of women across the United States feel better about themselves by learning techniques of looking thinner, younger, and more confident. This fun class includes the six ‘C’s’: confident body language and walk, color, cosmetics, cosmetology for new hair style, closets (you only wear 20% of what is in them), and clothes. So let the magic begin!

➜ Yoga Course demonstrates how yoga practice promotes increased flexibility, strength, balance and mental awareness. Shows how mindful movement and conscious breathing help you to relax and stimulate the nervous, digestive and circulatory systems. Course is designed for all levels, from those new to yoga to continuing students. Students will practice demonstrated techniques. Note: Please bring a mat and blanket or beach towel to class. Course number: 608287 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Hungett • Mon 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $75 Sect 02 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Spirka • Tue 12 pm - 1 pm • Tuition: $50 Sect 05 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Spirka • Tue 5:45 pm - 6:45 pm • Tuition: $50 Sect 06 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Poddubnaya • Wed 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $53 Sect 04 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Spirka • Wed 11 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $50 Sect 03 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Spirka • Thu 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm • Tuition: $50 Sect 07 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Poddubnaya • Wed 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $53

Course number: 613043 Sect 01 › Sep 14 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 5 Millner • Sat 9 am - 3:30 pm • Tuition: $30

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➜ Yoga for Active Seniors This class is designed for active seniors who want to improve their flexibility, strength and concentration through the practice of yoga. Students use traditional yoga postures that are modified with the help of a chair or other props. Students learn deep breathing methods, focusing techniques, meditation, and relaxation. Course number: 608608 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Hungett • Mon 2 pm - 3 pm ��� Tuition: $50 Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Nov 20 • 11 sessions • Wake, Auditorium Hungett • Wed 2 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $55

Estas clases se enseÑaran en espaÑol ➜ En Español Autoestima, salud y bienestar para la mujer Esta clase ayuda a una aprender a quererse a sí misma sin dejar de querer a los demás. El taller ofrece técnicas de meditación, herramientas para escuchar y ser escuchada, recetas para el bien estar para el cuerpo, espíritu y mente. Course number: 202642 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 16 Dhirajlal • Wed 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $70

Zumba combines traditional Latin dance styles, including salsa, mambo, cha-cha, cumbia and merengue, as well as hip-hop and belly dancing moves, depending on the instructor’s preferences. Some classes will also utilize traditional group fitness moves, such as pushups, bicep curls, crunches and hi-low aerobics combinations. By focusing on interval training, classes seek to burn calories without exhausting participants with a constant high-impact pace. The number of calories burned during the class depends on the intensity of each instructor, as well as the size and fitness level of the participant.

➜ En Español Medicina natural usando hierbas y la alimentación ¿Desea aprender cómo ayudar a su familia con remedios sencillos? Entonces esta clase es para usted. Introducción a remedios caseros usando hierbas culinarias y fáciles de obtener. En esta clase aprenderemos la teoría básica de la medicina a base de hierbas y como elaborar mezclas de hierbas para tónicos. También se incluirán remedios caseros utilizando alimentos.

Course number: 608666

Course number: 608686

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 21 • 7 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Gruenberg • Mon 10:45 am - 11:45 am • Tuition: $35

Sect 01 › Nov 23 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Campion • Sat 10 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $15 • Lab: $5

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ Zumba

Sect 03 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Gruenberg • Wed 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm • Tuition: $35 Sect 02 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Gruenberg • Mon 10:45 am - 11:45 am • Tuition: $30

➜ En Español Relajación y meditación guiada

Sect 04 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Gruenberg • Wed 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm • Tuition: $35

Esta clase es ideal para los que buscan técnicas para reducir la ansiedad, la depresión, y para aquellos que desean mejorar el enfoque, y promover la relajación. Course number: 202643 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 16 Dhirajlal • Thu 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $53

➜ Zumba Gold Zumba Gold takes the Zumba formula and modifies the moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active older participant as well as for those just starting in a program for fitness and healthy lifestyle. Students enjoy zesty Latin music, salsa, merengue, cumbia and other dances choreographed in easy to follow moves in a party-like atmosphere. Course number: 608639 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 23 • 14 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Gruenberg • Mon, Wed 4 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $70 Sect 02 › Oct 28 - Dec 11 • 13 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Gruenberg • Mon, Wed 4 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $65

➜ En Español Yoga en español: Como reducir el estrés y mejorar su salud Este curso de yoga tiene como finalidad enseñar técnicas de superación física, emocional y mental. El énfasis es en alcanzar flexibilidad y fortaleza física, equilibrio emocional y enfoque mental. Paso a paso, el curso demostrará cómo liberar las tensiones innecesarias de los músculos y cómo alcanzar un relajamiento profundo. Los ejercicios físicos y las técnicas respiratorias tendrán un efecto benéfico sobre el sistema nervioso, digestivo y circulatorio. Este curso está diseñado para principiantes y alumnos intermedios. Course number: 608687 Sect 01 › Oct 5 - Nov 23 • 8 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Campion • Sat 8:30 am - 9:30 am • Tuition: $40

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Health

➜ Ayurvedic Tanmatra Chikitsa: Balancing the Five Senses

➜ Applications Aromatherapy Aromatherapy is a form of alternative medicine that uses plantbased essential oils and other aromatic compounds to improve mood, cognitive function, or health. Students learn to decrease tension and stress by using fragrant botanical essences for massage, baths, meditation, and relaxation. Fragrances to increase energy, enhance positivity, and address simple ailments will be explored.

Our senses are the pathways in which we perceive the world and process live experiences. In today’s world of high technology, the senses are often overused or misused, causing stress to the nervous system. Tanmatra Chikitsa is an easy, effective and enjoyable Ayurvedic therapy to balance the body and mind through the doorways of perception. Discover how sound, touch, colors, foods and aromatherapy can open you to optimal health and creativity in all aspects of your life.

Note: RN/LVN/CNA contact hours: 12. $10 materials fee. Class limit 28.

Course number: 608689

Course number: 608665

Sect 01 › Dec 3 - Dec 10 • 2 sessions • Wake, Rm 26 Brugman • Tue 6 pm - 8 pm • Tuition: $28

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

Sect 01 › Oct 5 - Oct 19 • 3 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Navar • Sat 9:30 am - 2:30 pm • Tuition: $60

➜ Change your Body by Changing Your Mind ➜ Ayurveda - An Introduction Shakespeare wrote, ‘To thine own self be true’. To be true to one’s self, one must know one’s self. Ayurveda is a fascinating and effective roadmap which will lead you to your true nature and to optimal health. Learn the basic ancient healing principles of Ayurveda and understand how your relationship with the five elements, doshas, seasons, and weather all affect health. Create a health plan using yoga, breathing practices, foods, essential oils and herbs that best support your unique health needs. Discover the power of simple Ayurvedic self-care remedies and live the best life ever! Note: RN/LVN,CNA contact hours: 10.

This class teaches students to tap into the power of the mind to change the body. Students learn how to talk to and about themselves and how to use positive self-talk to heal the body. Topics include affirmations, visualization, the placebo effect, and their role in health and wellness. Class incorporates history and current research findings about the mind/body connection. Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 4. Course number: 608621 Sect 01 › Nov 16 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 17 Gruver • Sat 12 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $20

Course number: 608656 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 17 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 26 Brugman • Thu 6 pm - 8 pm • Tuition: $84

➜ Healing With Therapeutic Touch This course teaches students how to balance the body’s subtle energy fields for healing using therapeutic touch. Students learn techniques for working with subtle energy fields including electromagnetic, vital and auric fields, and the chakras. Topics include how to clear own energy, release emotions and thoughts, ground and center the self, and expand intuition.

➜ Estrogen is a Healing Hormone Estrogen is an extraordinary hormone for full function of the body in many ways. Primarily known for its role in hormone replacement, estrogen also helps with heart and blood vessel health, the skin, sleep, and general vitality. Estrogen plays a vital role in nerve function and subsequent memory, mood, concentration. It is a vital instrument in the symphony of hormone activity, however, only one of many. In this class you will learn the many values of estrogen for early and later life, potential problems, types, uses and interactions with other hormones. Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 2.

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 10.

Course number: 608677

Course number: 912185

Sect 01 › Sep 14 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 31 Kwako • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $10

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 14 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Gardner • Mon 7 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $60

Please register early to ensure your class will run. Register today!

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Are you prepared for health care reform? Most Americans are not. However, this is the biggest change in health care since the beginning of Medicare and Medicaid over fifty years ago. After completing this class you will have a better grasp of the Affordable Care Act, and you will feel confident that you can make good decisions when open enrollment begins in October 2013. You’ll understand the major elements of reform, determine if you qualify for premium subsidies, be comfortable navigating the insurance exchange and traditional markets, understand the new ‘mental’ plan choices, and confidently choose the best value for you and your family.

SENSE AND SENSIBILITY Navigate Your Health And Health Care CLL offers classes to help you take charge of your health and energy through nutrition, relaxation and healing arts. We also provide the education you need to navigate the new landscape of health care choices for yourself and your loved ones.

Stop and smell the roses.

Course number: 608692

➜A  pplications Aromatherapy

Sect 01 › Sep 14 • 1 session • Schott, Auditorium Hopper • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $15

Sect 02 › Sep 28 • 1 session • Schott, Auditorium Hopper • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $15

➜S  tress Break and Basic Massage

Course number: 608665

Course number: 608682

Change your life today. ➜ Long Term Care: Myths and Realities

➜C  hange your Body by Changing Your Mind

One out of every two people will eventually require long term care. In this class, students learn how to be financially prepared for long term needs. Students compare and contrast important differences in policies, find out when Medicare will pay for care, and discover an easy formula to help them decide what to do about Long Term Care. Beneficial for patients and others providing health care.

Note: Sponsored by The Capitas LTC National Support Center, Pacific Southwest Financial. Course number: 608631

Course number: 608621

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ Health Care Reform, Understanding the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

➜Y  our Nutrition and the Environment: Shopping, Cooking, Eating

Course number: 608650

Plan for a healthy tomorrow. ➜H  ealth Care Reform:

Understanding the Affordable Care Act

Sect 01 › Nov 13 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 28 Doiron • Wed 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Course number: 608692

Part of our new CLL Presents Series / see page 69

➜L  ong Term Care: Myths and Realities ➜ Meridians of Acupressure

The meridians of acupressure are pathways of energy circulating in the body along which acu-points are located. Students learn the names, locations and functions of the meridians, how to assess the quality of the energy within each, and how to bring that energy into balance. The Theory of Five Elements relates the meridians to universal energy and is presented with a special focus on balancing emotions and maintaining radiant health. Students practice acupressure treatments and slow meditative exercises in class.

➜N  avigating the Medicare Maze

Course number: 608631

Course number: 608632

➜Y  oung at Heart

Course number: 608693

Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 12. Course number: 608648 Sect 01 › Sep 18 - Oct 30 • 7 sessions • Wake, Rm 13 Navar • Wed 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $70

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➜ Mobilizing Your Healing Force

➜ Navigating the Medicare Maze

This class teaches students how to use writing as a way of healing from emotional and/or physical pain resulting from chronic illness, loss of a loved one, or other traumatic events. Students participate in guided writing activities in response to prompts from authors who have used writing as a way of healing. Students set goals of selfexpression, opening, and healing and benefit from open avenues of communication in a safe environment. Students share reflections, thoughts, and feelings, resulting in improved immune response.

This class helps students tackle the Medicare maze and arms them with tools to make important health care decisions. Students will be able to track the differences between the Medigap policies and Medicare Advantage policies. The complexity of the prescription drug program will be unraveled. In this class students will learn how to deal with physicians under the Medicare programs and track their ongoing medical costs.

Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 10. Course number: 608657

Course number: 608632 Sect 01 › Oct 16 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 28 Doiron • Wed 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $10

Sect 01 › Sep 20 - Sep 21 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Spann • Fri 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm; Sat 8:30 am - 5 pm • Tuition: $50

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➜ Shrug the Bug: Using Yoga and Ayurveda to Stay Healthy ➜ Stress Break and Basic Massage This class teaches basic massage techniques that can be practiced in a chair or in the hospital or home and introduces students to stress management techniques that they can practice themselves and apply to the workplace. These techniques can be practiced on clients and residents and include chair massage; gentle Swedish massage for relieving stress in the back, legs, arms, head, feet and hands; breathing; seated stretches; acupressure points, and guided relaxation that can be practiced seated or in bed. This course provides nurses, CNAs and lay people with the skills needed to reduce stress on the job and to understand how to apply these same skills to benefit their patients. Participants will receive a certification in the technique once the course is completed. Instructor is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Nursing Assistant. Note: RN/LVN/CNA contact hours: 10. Course number: 608682 Sect 01 › Oct 23 - Nov 27 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Trivell • Wed 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $72 • Materials: $10

Improve your natural immunity and avoid the flu and cold bugs. Learn easy and effective yoga and Ayurvedic techniques as preventative measures and as therapeutic remedies to speed the recovery process. Emphasis will be on increasing energy to sinuses, lungs, and lymphatic system using yoga poses, breathing, and Ayurvedic remedies. Remedies include foods, common spices, and essential oils. Enjoy greater health and well-being this fall and winter! Course number: 608644 Sect 01 › Nov 9 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 27 Brugman • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $14

➜ Sources of Energy for Health Students learn to work with subtle energy fields and with the electro-magnetic, vital and auric fields to heal and balance themselves, to claim their space and set boundaries. Students learn to clear other people’s negative energy, and to ground and center themselves in order to restore and increase their own energy. Students learn to stop the drain of energy due to work situations, family, friends, economic and world conditions. Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 6. Course number: 608641 Sect 01 › Sep 21 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 13 Gardner • Sat 9 am - 4 pm • Tuition: $30

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➜ Young at Heart Aging and heart disease often go hand in hand. To be ‘young at heart’ means to reverse the aging process by lowering risk factors such as blood pressure, weight, and cholesterol. The best means to do so is with optimal lifestyle changes that include healthy nutrition, exercise, and emotional well-being. In this class you will learn about new integrative options concerning cutting-edge supplements including chelation treatment, and cultivating the healing attitudes of gratitude and graciousness. Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 2. Course number: 608693 Sect 01 › Sep 28 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 31 Kwako • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $10

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➜ Your Nutrition and the Environment: Shopping, Cooking, Eating

Mind & Supermind

Join a Fresh Food Chef and a licensed dietician and learn how to protect our health and our environment by choosing, preparing and cooking quality food. We will vary our time by cooking one week and having class time for learning and discussion the following week. Topics include: grass fed meat and dairy, sustainable fish, local and/or organic products, GMOs, ancient grains, food additives, how to avoid plastics and other chemicals, diet and climate control. You will receive time saving tips to help you make wise food choices for you and your family. Support our community by learning about local and ethical resources while getting ideas for decreasing waste. Be prepared for some eye-opening information and delicious recipes!

➜ Mind and Supermind: Expanding the Limits of Consciousness

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 10. Team taught Gerri Cardillo French and Suzanne Landry.

Note: Tuition/Fees covered through private donations.

Course number: 608650

Sect 01 › Oct 25 • 1 session • Schott, Auditorium Sherman • Fri 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $6

Course number: 202197

Psychology & Spirituality

Mature Driver Certifications

➜ Adaptive Social Skills for Independent Living

Note: Non refundable $5 fee for DMV Certificate & materials. Limit 25.

This class helps students identify appropriate and inappropriate social behavior in the areas of sexual partners, meeting skills, safe dating practices and dating skills. Students will be oriented on how to meet possible partners and starting a romantic relationship, how to get to know someone better, things to talk about with new acquaintances, deciding if you are not interested in the new person, how to invite someone on a date and where to go. Students develop self-confidence as they role-play in class to build communication skills.

Course number: 608635

Course number: 202632

Sect 01 › Sep 14 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 26 Brown • Sat 8:30 am - 5 pm • Tuition: $20 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Sep 18 - Oct 16 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Nowlin • Wed 2 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $50

➜ Mature Driver Renewal: A Review Course

➜ NEW! Apparitions and the After-Life A Scientific Exploration

➜ Mature Driver Initial Course This classroom-only course benefits Mature Drivers (age 55 +). The purpose of the course is to improve safe driving skills for older adults. Upon course completion, participants are given a DMV Certificate, qualifying them for reduced automobile insurance premiums. The certificate is valid for three years.

The course renews an existing Mature Driver Certificate which has not been expired longer than one calendar year. The DMV certificate awarded upon completion of the course is valid for three years. Course number: 608609 Sect 01 › Sep 21 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 26 Brown • Sat 9 am - 1:30 pm • Tuition: $15 • Materials: $5

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Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 14 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Cardillo • Mon 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $60

Heaven is a state of consciousness connected to our higher intelligence, love and joy. It is an ancient term for an expanding concept of our source of truth, purpose and meaning of life. Current research studies, professional experiences and personal observations reveal reasons to be optimistic about the support from Heaven available to all of us. Dr. Kwako will discuss higher states of awareness, obstacles to finding them and ways to access them. Heaven is already part of who we are.

Ever seen an apparition? Apparitions are the physical appearance of spirits who have passed from this life to the next. A great deal of medical research has been done in this area. In this class you will learn about current studies and common experiences in our culture from religion, literature and theater. Discover the primary purposes and types of apparitions, how to evaluate them, and how they can help us in our daily life. Course number: 202614 Sect 01 › Oct 12 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 29 Kwako • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $10

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new paths to self-awareness The Worthwhile Journey Within This Fall, CLL introduces 18 brand new Psychology and Spirituality classes. Sample some of our unique workshops focused on the creative self:

➜ NEW! Creative Spiral Spirited, Passionate, Intuitive, Real, Authentic Living Follow the Creative Spiral to illuminate the pathway from your inner center of wisdom to the creative expression of your individuality.

➜ Adventures in Medical Hypnosis Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis have become mainstream approaches to addressing stress, anxiety, psychological and physical pain, sleeplessness, weight management, and a host of other issues. Placebo medicine and hypnotic analgesia have proven to be very effective for many conditions and it is becoming increasingly popular to use Self-Hypnosis techniques and Meditation techniques to achieve optimal levels of relaxation and wellness. Learn how to hypnotize yourself and others in this safe, supportive and fun classroom environment. Learn how to transition from being problem-oriented to being creatively solution-focused to accomplish health oriented goals that will assist you in making a quantum leap in your life. This course is designed for both professionals and lay persons who want to learn dynamic and effective medical hypnosis skills. Each class is supported by medical research from universities and health centers around the world. Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 10. Course number: 202604 Sect 01 › Nov 8 - Nov 9 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Tamiazzo • Fri 5:15 pm - 9:15 pm; Sat 9 am - 4 pm • Tuition: $50

Course number: 202636 / full description, page 37

➜ Attracting Abundance

➜ NEW! SoulCollage An Artful Path to Inner Wisdom SoulCollage is a process that inspirationally integrates creativity and insight into present states of consciousness. The process honors each individual’s journey, promoting self-acceptance and growth. Draw on your own imagination and intuition and become an instant artist and explorer. Course number: 202619 / full description, page 43

Students learn strategies to release self-destructive patterns and achieve financial and life goals by transforming their relationship with money. Students identify how barriers to financial success are often formed in childhood when money is used to express desires, power, love, envy, anger or revenge in the family. They unravel the psychological threads that entangle them in ‘money madness’, and learn to eliminate self-destructive patterns, magical thinking and irrational attitudes that hold them back. Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3. Course number: 202209 Sect 01 › Oct 19 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 Arenson-Brockway • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $15

➜ NEW! Sound Sanctuary The Healing Nature of Sound and Music

➜ Compassionate Communication

Explore the healing nature of music to restore harmony, replenish energy and cultivate calmness. Come and retreat into a sound sanctuary to discover stillness and inner joy.

Class teaches students communication skills to strengthen connections with friends, family, children, and people at work while reducing conflict. Students learn a simple four-step process developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg to enhance long term relationships and heal painful ones. Students learn to speak from the heart to address feelings and needs; ask for what they want without fear, guilt or shame; and transform potential conflicts into compassionate dialogues.

Course number: 202640 / full description, page 43

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 6. Course number: 202557 Sect 01 › Sep 28 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 Sorrow • Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $30

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➜ Conflict Recognition Navigating Creative Options and Outcomes Would you like to greet conflict with greater ease and creativity? In this course, we explore the nature of conflict and our own relationship to it. We examine our own habitual patterns towards stress, difference, perceived and real conflict. We experiment with alternative paradigms, build communication skills, and practice empathy to see what best allows us to address conflicts with families, friends, and colleagues. Instead of denying or fearing conflict, imagine seeing it as an opportunity towards greater freedom and harmony.

➜ Dreams-Insights and Revelations Students learn how dreams represent what is important and unresolved in their lives. Class teaches students the traditional psychological methods to interpret and process dreams in the context of their mature lives. Topics include techniques for interpreting dreams, remembering dreams, the impact of dream understanding on the self, active visualization, and stress reduction and management. Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 8. Course number: 202544 Sect 01 › Nov 9 - Nov 16 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Navar • Sat 9:30 am - 2:30 pm • Tuition: $40

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 6 Sect 01 › Oct 15 - Nov 5 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Drobny • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $40

➜ Eliminate Negative Beliefs with the Phoenix Effect Process

➜ Consciousness Class Beneath the astounding changes we see all around us is an evolution of human consciousness. We are each shaping this advance in understanding and compassion and being shaped by it. Join our community of intellectual adventurers as we consider leading-edge developments in psychology and the social sciences, cosmology and the physical sciences, the arts, societal structure, and spirituality. Internet resources and guest speakers are central in our investigation. What we discover amazes, amuses, inspires, deeply concerns, enlivens, enlightens, and transforms us.

Students learn to eliminate negative emotions, eradicate destructive behaviors and heal relationship difficulties. The Phoenix Effect Process is a simple imagery technique that teaches students how to rise from the ashes of damaging beliefs that create life problems. Hands on training enables students to achieve personal transformation.

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

Course number: 202596

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3. Course number: 202201 Sect 01 › Nov 21 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 Arenson-Brockway • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $15

Course number: 202574 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Nov 1 • 8 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Sherman • Fri 10 am - 11:30 pm • Tuition: $60

➜ Emotional Freedom Technique Quick and Easy Hints for Successful ‘Tapping’

➜ NEW! Creative Spiral: Spirited, Passionate, Intuitive, Real, Authentic Living The Creative Spiral is the path which each of us travels from awareness which is externally oriented to that which is inwardly sensed or known from the vast resources of our soul, the source of creation within us (Helen Warren). Follow the Creative Spiral to illuminate the pathway from your inner center of wisdom to the creative expression of your individuality. Using the acronym SPIRAL, we will explore 5 facets of a Spirited, Passionate, Intuitive, Real, Authentic life. Explore your own personal creativity and selfexpression using discussion, writing exercises, art making, guided imagery, spirituality, and movement.

EFT, the ‘Tapping’ method, is sweeping the world. Learn the 5 Simple Steps in minutes and experience hands-on practice applying EFT for stress, anger, fear, anxiety, cravings, trauma and more. Do you already ‘tap’ but feel that you are not getting the results you want? This class will help you hone your EFT skills and receive additional coaching. EFT will desensitize negative emotions allowing rapid transformation of damaging beliefs and behaviors. Watch videos of EFT Masters in action. Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3. Course number: 202633 Sect 01 › Dec 7 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 28 Arenson-Brockway • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $15

Course number: 202636 Sect 01 › Oct 17 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 Kralovic Logan • Thu 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $10

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➜ NEW! Emotional Intelligence What, How & Why We Feel & Think

➜ NEW! Indigenous Healing and Dream Interpretation in Southern Africa

Take an in-depth look into the mysterious and powerful world of our feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Each of these has its own set of messages and meanings that can result in a much more balanced, calm and controlled state of mind and behavior when used wisely and positively. Learn how to make a difference in your own life, and on each other’s life.

Primal knowledge in Africa teaches how to contact information from the ‘Field’, and African wisdom teaches that dreams are frequently scripted by our spirit guides to be instructional. ‘Sangomas’ are the healers, priests and prophets of the Bantu peoples of Southern Africa and their diagnoses are made through the medium of spirit possession, divining bones, and dreams. Discover the sophisticated psycho-spiritual technology available to sangomas including an indigenous approach to dreams, learn how treatment of ‘dis’-ease (or disease) can be given with the help of powerful rituals and plant medicines, and explore the possibility of connecting with your own ancestors.

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 10. Course number: 202615 Sect 01 › Oct 7 - Nov 4 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 17 Sarrat • Mon 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $50

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

Course number: 202635

➜ NEW! Find the Love of Your Life In this class you will learn proven techniques to find the love of your life, that special romance that you seek! Learn the number one secret to finding the perfect love for you. Identify the qualities of a love that will last for life. Find ways to change how you select a partner so that you get the one you really want. Recognize and attract a lover who is really available and ready for a lifetime love, and find out who is not. Discover your hidden barriers to love and learn how to overcome them. Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 8 Course number: 202553 Sect 01 › Oct 8 - Oct 29 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 28 Boyd • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $40

Sect 01 › Sep 21 - Oct 12 • 2 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Cumes • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $20

➜ Exploring the Riches of Transpersonal Psychology Encounter the life-changing insights and practices of psychology’s ‘Fourth Force’, founded by Abe Maslow and colleagues almost 40 years ago, based on breakthrough clinical practice and the Perennial Psychology of the world’s wisdom traditions. We’ll study the key contributions of Maslow, Ken Wilber, Roberto Assagioli, Daniel Goleman, Ram Dass, Charles Tart, Roger Walsh, Frances Vaughan, John Prendergast and many other pioneers of this new psychology. Compare these with the other ‘three forces’ in the field - Depth Psychology, Behavorial Psychology and Humanistic Psychology.

➜ Forgiveness: The Final Frontier

Note: RN/LVN, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 12.

If you wish to move forward in your healing, you must finally be willing to forgive. This workshop will give you a powerful approach to forgiveness that can heal virtually every relationship in your life, past or present. You will learn to let go of old thoughts and release past judgments about others. At the end of life, research shows that what most people struggle with is forgiveness. Don’t wait! If you are already practicing forgiveness, join us to strengthen your skills. You will leave this class understanding how to forgive, which leads to a sense of freedom and renewed energy, allowing more joy in your partnerships with others.

Course number: 202581

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 6. Course number: 202216 Sect 01 › Sep 14 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 30 Bowden • Sat 9 am - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $33

It’s not too late to try something new!

Sect 01 › Dec 7 - Dec 14 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Conway • Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $60

➜ NEW! Focusing: A Mindful Approach to Wellness ’Mindfulness’ means focusing your attention on what you are experiencing in the moment. ‘Focusing’ is a self-help technique that will help you to experience a deeper sense of the relationship between your body, mind and spirit. Focusing also enables you to access your deeper feelings, explore how your body connects experiences of your daily life, and achieve insights that help in resolving difficulties and problems. Discover how Focusing tools calm the mind and fine tune the body, mind, emotional and spiritual connection. This will enable you to release tensions, change perception, and gain the insight that promotes healing and well being. Course number: 202623 Sect 01 › Oct 26 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 McWilliams • Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $30

Classes start throughout the term.

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This class explores the environmental and psychological factors that lead to clutter and hoarding. Participants learn to recognize the difference between clutter, compulsive hoarding and collections. Clutter significantly affects our quality of life, and in this age of information, the amount of clutter has dramatically increased. Students discover simple and effective organizational strategies and solutions based on current evidence-based research for overcoming the negative impacts of having too much stuff.

Trauma affects people on a social, emotional and cultural level. This therapeutic workshop examines trauma, loss and the theoretical frameworks that link trauma to the healing process, including diversity and cultural implications. You will also discuss the implications of various traumas such as domestic violence, violent crime, grief and natural disasters along with responses such as PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Explore therapeutic interventions for both children and adults, and apply your understanding of trauma to the healing process.

Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3.5.

Course number: 202625

Course number: 202211

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 14 • 9 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Bell • Mon 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $90

Sect 01 › Oct 12 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 28 Rotz • Sat 9 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $18

➜ Empowerment Through Dreamwork! ➜ Good Lovin’: Creating and Sustaining a Lasting Relationship It’s not true that good feelings are enough to sustain a long-term relationship. Using ideas from Harville Hendrix, John Gottman, Pat Love, and others, we’ll explore what romantic attraction is about, why conflict seems inevitable, what happens to the passion, and you’ll learn specific skills for better communication, managing conflict safely, rekindling romance, understanding gender differences, and keeping a relationship together for the long run. Designed for both singles and couples.

Students will learn techniques to encourage dream retrieval and interpretation using ideas from various dream experts such as Steve Aizenstat, Robert Bosnak, Gayle Delaney, Jeremy Taylor and Montague Ullman. Students will participate in supportive group dreamwork sessions and will have the opportunity to work on a personal dream if they choose.

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ NEW! Healing From Trauma

➜ Finding Buried Treasure: Overcoming Your Clutter

Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 10. Course number: 202589 Sect 01 › Nov 16 - Dec 14 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 29 Webster • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $56

Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 10. Course number: 202570

➜ NEW! Highlights of Life-Span Psychology Create Your Own Personal Milestones

Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 17 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 28 Dunlap • Thu 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $60

➜ NEW! Health, Psychological and Spiritual, and the ‘Enneagram’ To know ourselves we must understand the unconscious continuum that forms our core. The unconscious is the part of us that makes things happen in our lives, and it contains both psychological and spiritual aspects. Living well at different ages requires different strengths. The ‘Enneagram’ provides a structure for knowing and appreciating ourselves as fully human beings in both psychological and spiritual terms. Learn when to act and when to let go! Identify your own basic conflicts and understand how to resolve them in Enneagram terms, and trust your own unconscious guidance. Course number: 202629 Sect 01 › Dec 7 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 30 Cherry • Sat 1 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $15

Survey the dynamic field of life-span psychology with a focus on issues of mid-life and aging. Explore some of the rich and pragmatic research concepts proposed by seminal thinkers such as Neugarten, Baltes, Erikson, and others. Using inter-disciplinary learning methods, explore on-time and off-time life-events, changing timeperspectives with age, the life review process, and create your own ‘personal milestone’ chart. Course number: 202631 Sect 01 › Oct 26 - Nov 2 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 28 Eisen • Sat 1 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $40

➜ NEW! Hiking Santa Barbara Are you looking for gentle exercise in beautiful places and with excellent company? If so, join us as we hike the trails, beaches, parks and neighborhoods of Santa Barbara. The hikes are about three miles and fairly level. We move at the relaxed pace, stretching at the beginning and resting halfway to meditate. You will see places you haven’t seen in a while and place you have never seen! Can you think of a happier, healthier way to spend a Wednesday morning? Course number: 202644 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 9 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Sherman • Wed 10 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $38 Sect 02 › Oct 16 - Nov 13 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Sherman • Wed 9:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38

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➜ How to Enjoy Anger

➜ NEW! Living the Paradox of Enlightenment

When we’re angry, three things are happening: 1) We’re upset because we are not getting what we want. (2) We’re blaming someone or something for us not getting what we want. (3) We’re about to speak or act in such a way that will most probably guarantee that we will not get what we want. Learn how to change this pattern and ask for what you want. It is recommended that students have a basic knowledge of Nonviolent Communication.

In this fun class you will explore two aspects of enlightenment. The first is recognizing the true self as pure awareness, the Divine Awareness. This is the source of all of creation and the only witness to it. The second aspect is the ability to flow in harmony with all that life brings forth. This is the art of acceptance, which can lead to personal peace. Additionally, although it is not an aspect of enlightenment, you will consider the idea that you shape your life by choosing your core beliefs. Along the way, you will discover and explore many paradoxes!

Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 6. Course number: 202584 Sect 01 › Oct 26 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 30 Sorrow • Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $30

Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 4. Course number: 202611

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

Sect 01 › Sep 28 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 28 Razzeto • Sat 9 am - 1:30 pm • Tuition: $20

➜ How To Run Your Own Brain - For A Change Learn how the brain can be like a computer, functioning according to previously-installed programs. Explore and acquire skills in the use of self-hypnosis, Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques, and other strategies to replace problem-causing mindsets with those that produce what you truly want in life. Discover how to take charge of your ‘programs,’ run your own brain, and take control of your life, resulting in increased independence, selfesteem, and self- confidence. Note: MFT/LCSW contact hrs: 10. Course number: 202573 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 8 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Beamer • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $50

➜ NEW! Meditation for Chronic Pain Patients Millions of adults suffer with chronic pain from arthritis, fibromyalgia, headaches, back injuries and other causes. Pain affects our daily experience but our consciousness also affects our experience of pain. However, meditation teaches us to shift our consciousness to one that allows healing. Learn to focus your attention on each second, and identify with the Observer instead of the Controller. Learn to notice the ongoing flow of your experience and allow the innate healing power inside to guide you. Facilitate your own healing and increase your personal sense of empowerment. Course number: 202628 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 16 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Cherry • Wed 1:30 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $45

➜ Life, Death and Afterlife This class draws on scientific, psychological, and transpersonal perspectives to address the topic of life before and after death. Through the use of lectures, discussions, readings, and videos, students explore topics including the miracle of life itself, what survives physical death, the three levels of our experience, being with dying loved ones and processing powerful emotions. Helps students deeply trust the process of living, dying and releasing into the afterlife. Course number: 202550 Sect 01 › Sep 14 - Sep 21 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 28 Conway • Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $60

➜ NEW! Mobilizing Divine Love, Joy and Wisdom Love, joy and wisdom are major sources of strength for the many challenges we face. However, in times of great need, can we call it forth and rely on what we receive? Learn how to find the power of inclusive love, well-earned joy and creative wisdom. Enjoy a lively presentation and discussion of the common uses, misuses and the higher nature of these forces. Discover how to use the forces of love, joy and wisdom to increase your emotional, mental and spiritual development.

Sect 02 › Oct 23 - Nov 27 • 6 sessions • Wake, Rm 26 Cherry • Wed 1:30 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $45

➜ Modern Shamanic Healing Methods Discover Your Own Spirit Resources Shamanism may be the oldest spiritual practice and healing method in the human race. Learn to begin cultivating the shamanic ability to ‘see with the eyes of the heart’. Shamanism is a vital resource for us when many of us are experiencing a profound sense of disconnection within ourselves and with the natural world that sustains us. Join us for this introduction to modern shamanic practice, discover your own spirit resources for wisdom and healing, and learn how shamanic practice can be productively applied to modern life. Course number: 202646 Sect 01 › Nov 16 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 Benz • Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $15

Course number: 202626 Sect 01 › Nov 9 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 29 Kwako • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $10

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➜ NEW! Nature, Hiking and Self-Healing Beginning & Intermediate Explore the trails of self-discovery in the beauty of Santa Barbara’s mountains and beaches. Based on principles of Paula Sandefur, you will be introduced to subjects including ‘an attitude of gratitude’, internal dialog, nonviolent communication, the power of intention, trail safety, and journaling. You will emerge from each hike with meditation and self-healing techniques. Beginning students should be able to walk/hike one to two miles at an easy pace. Intermediate students should be able to hike three to four miles uphill at a moderate pace. Beginning — Course number: 202555

INNER PEACE, GREAT OUTDOORS For Your Health And Your ‘Self’ Step out of the classroom with one of CLL’s outdoor classes. Transform our unique and beautiful surroundings into your own pathways to fitness, health and self-discovery.

➜N  EW! Nature, Hiking and Self-Healing

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 8 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Sorrow • Tue 9:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38

Based on principles of Paula Sandefur, you will be introduced to subjects including ‘an attitude of gratitude’, internal dialog, nonviolent communication, the power of intention, trail safety, and journaling.

Sect 02 › Oct 15 - Nov 12 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Sorrow • Tue 9:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38 Intermediate — Course number: 202207

BEGININNG: Course number: 202555

Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 10 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Sorrow • Thu 9:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38

INTERMEDIATE: Course number: 202207

Sect 02 › Oct 17 - Nov 14 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Sorrow • Thu 9:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38

Or try: ➜N  EW! Hiking Santa Barbara Course number: 202644

➜ Past Life Regression Workshop More than half the world embraces the belief that we have lived before and that our lives through time affect the life we lead today. Learn about the theory of Reincarnation, experience a past life regression during the session and then have your facilitator, who is a gifted Past Life Reader, bring through vital information for you information that will enhance your understanding of the life you are living and how to maximize its potential. Don’t miss this fascinating journey.

➜N  EW! Nordic Walking Workshop Course number: 608694

➜N  ordic Walking, Health Fitness and Fun Course number: 608674

Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3. Course number: 202591 Sect 01 › Sep 27 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 29 Cooper • Fri 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $15 • Materials: $2

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BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ NEW! Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Healing With the Tearless Trauma Technique

➜ Self-Hypnosis for True Personal Mastery

Traumatic Stress can result from negative emotional experiences during childhood, war, assault, accidents, or other terrifying life experiences. When these memories are not healed they lead to a life of misery. Recent scientific discoveries provide us with new understandings of the brain that have led to powerful innovative techniques to treat and heal Post Traumatic Stress and unprocessed trauma memories. Experience the ‘Tearless Trauma Technique.’ Watch videos of treatment sessions with veterans and other trauma victims.

Achieve true personal mastery over self-defeating behaviors by changing your underlying sub-conscious programming through self-hypnosis. Self-Hypnosis is an easy, powerful way to shift your thinking, your feeling and your actions at the core level to achieve the positive changes you desire. Gain the skills to hypnotize yourself in this safe, supportive and fun environment. Build self-esteem, overcome addictions, achieve deep, restorative rest in minutes, while clearing the blocks to success: fear, anxiety, pain, and selfdoubt at the core level. You are getting ve-e-e- ry sleepy, and it’s a good thing!

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW: 3.

Course number: 202638

Course number: 202566

Sect 01 › Sep 17 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 28 Arenson-Brockway • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $15

Sect 01 › Oct 18 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 28 Cooper • Fri 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $15

➜ Practicing Mindfulness Harmony, Health, Happiness

➜ Serenity in the Fast Lane: Disappearing Stress

Learn a range of mindful meditation, movement, and contemplation techniques so you can discover and create a daily practice that best meets your needs - whether it is to strengthen your health and well-being, focus attention, reduce negative stress responses, or simply experience greater joy and contentment. Remembering how to live in this present moment strengthens our body, calms our mind, and helps us greet life’s challenges and surprises with greater courage and ease. Beginners and experienced meditators welcome.

Students learn why stress is unhealthy and how they can learn to relax even when they think they are too busy to do so. This class presents twenty simple, highly effective, and fast-acting techniques to help students quickly and easily reduce tension, rapidly ease or even clear away pain, achieve insight into personal problems, and significantly lower stress levels. Students will learn how these stress-reducing techniques will enhance and extend their lives and sense of peace. Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3.

Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 7.5.

Course number: 202559

Course number: 202575

Sect 01 › Oct 5 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 17 Cooper • Sat 10 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $15

Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 10 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Drobny • Thu 11 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $50

➜ Soul Constellations for Guidance and Healing ➜ Self-Esteem: Seek It and Keep It

Tuition/Fees covered through private donations.

’Soul Constellations’ are healing messages from the mysterious multi-dimensional aspect of life, and they can offer us guidance. Utilize the strong bond of fate connecting you to ancestral souls. Cultivate your relationship to the ‘field of being’ and deepen your sense of Love and Belonging. Experience how the constellations can become an ‘Agent of Healing’. Learn ways of being informed from the immediacy of the present moment. Benefit from a healing relationship with your own soul constellations - this will make your life more satisfying, and will make love more available to you.

Course number: 202200

Course number: 202645

Sect 01 › Oct 18 • 1 session • Schott, Auditorium Young • Fri 12 pm - 1:30 pm

Sect 01 › Nov 23 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 Benz • Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $15

The Santa Barbara Council for Self Esteem is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to inspire and motivate others to create positive change in their lives. In this class, guest speakers share life experiences, encouraging the development of nurturing self-esteem. Students assess self-esteem in their lives and learn strategies to improve and maintain a healthy sense of self-worth.

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➜ The Secrets of Men’s Depression The Plight of Wounded and Wounding Men

SoulCollage is a process that inspirationally integrates creativity and insight into present states of consciousness. The process honors each individual’s journey, promoting self-acceptance and growth. Through ‘invitation’ you will step deeply into story using symbolism, journaling, visualization and community, thus tapping into the internal allies, guides and challengers active in every soul. By recognizing and respecting the complexities unique to every person, we discover that all the answers we need are within us. Draw on your own imagination and intuition and become an instant artist and explorer with the remarkable images you collage.

Students will study the symptoms and diagnosis of men’s depression, and learn that standard diagnosis by therapists and doctors is based on research regarding how depression presents in women. This is ‘overt’ depression. In our culture, we have expectations that men are not supposed to fall into this kind of emotional collapse, so their depression is well hidden in a ‘covert’ way. In this informational and experiential class, students learn that male depression must be acknowledged and treated in a way that reflects these differences, and discuss the breakthrough work of Terry Real, Carol Gilligan, and Pia Melody.

Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 6.5.

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3.

Course number: 202619

Course number: 202593

Sect 01 › Sep 28 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 17 Nichols • Sat 9 am - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $33 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Dec 7 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 5 Allen • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $15

➜ NEW! Sound Sanctuary The Healing Nature of Sound and Music

➜ Vocal Sound Healing Journey

Sound and music have been used throughout the ages to transform consciousness, journey to inner realms and find peace of mind. This class will explore the healing nature of music to restore harmony, replenish energy and cultivate calmness. We will practice vocal toning and chanting and experience the meditative vibrations of Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, tingshas and bells. We will use visualization and heart focus meditations to engage our inner wisdom and nurture our life force. Come and retreat into a sound sanctuary to discover stillness and inner joy. Course number: 202640 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 15 • 6 sessions • Schott, Auditorium Rockett • Tue 2 pm - 4 pm • Tuition: $60

Class teaches students gentle breathing, body relaxation, vocal release, grounding, and psychological healing through singing. Students release inhibition, pain and stress through a supportive, guided opportunity to create an intimate relationship to their breath, body and voices. Students increase self esteem, self confidence, and release through creating spontaneous sounds, singing, and experiencing the support of a community focused on vocal sound healing. Exercises allow students to explore selfacceptance and unconditional love for self and others.

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ NEW! SoulCollage: An Artful Path to Inner Wisdom

Course number: 202582 Sect 01 › Sep 21 - Oct 19 • 3 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 McClure • Sat 8:30 am - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $120

➜ The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology Improve and maximize your potential by learning the seven practices that create the Happiness Advantage. Conventional wisdom holds that if we work hard and achieve success, then we will be happy. However, Harvard researcher and teacher Shawn Achor says it’s actually the other way around, and that happiness fuels success. We can reprogram our brains to become more positive, and from this positivity will flow success in work and in life. Smile and you’ve already begun. Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3. Course number: 202602 Sect 01 › Sep 20 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 28 Cooper • Fri 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $15

Class schedules are subject to change. Please check our website regularly.

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Business, Finance, Work Did you know you can turn to CLL for classes that help you save and protect your money, make your hobby profitable, or learn new skills to increase your opportunities at work or in your career? Join us and learn how to get organized, manage your own finances, or market yourself. Take charge of your future today!

Prepare for success… at the Center

Sharpen your skills in: · Economics & Investing · Finance & Business · Work & Career

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Economics & Investing

Finance & Business

➜ Economic Issues That Affect Us All

➜ Are You Prepared For Retirement?

Students learn the tools for protecting themselves in the modern economy by evaluating information and comparing options, by following economic and financial principles, and by examining information in the news, advertisements, and targeted mailings that directly impact their lives. Topics include national economic issues and policies, health care, life insurance, consumer purchases, investments, banking, and credit card offers.

Successful retirement takes planning-planning that can take you from where you are to where you want to go. Learn the questions you need to ask yourself now. Master tools that you can use to identify potential problems and promising solutions. Review options that can optimize your funds within the parameters of risk you choose. Bring a calculator and writing materials to class.

Course number: 504160

Tuition/Fees covered through private donations. Course number: 504141

➜ Manage Your Own Portfolio In this class students learn how to effectively manage investment portfolios by avoiding common mistakes. Students identify what to look for and how to interpret financial information. Class teaches how to avoid relying on hot tips, market timing, or last year’s winners, which can lead to disappointing results over the long term. Students learn to manage their own successful portfolios to reach the top 20%.

Sect 01 › Nov 6 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 26 Yossem • Wed 7 pm - 9 pm

➜ Beyond the Basics of Selling and Marketing on Ebay and the Internet

Tuition/Fees covered through private donations.

Class teaches students to be successful sellers on the Internet and eBay by learning how to start a business on the internet. Students learn how to increase sales with proven marketing techniques, find new sources of merchandise, use listing tools to improve productivity, track their sales with reports and research, use the media wisely, and open an eBay Store. Students must be registered sellers on eBay and have some experience selling on the internet.

Course number: 504154

Course number: 504158

Sect 01 › Nov 14 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 28 Yossem • Thu 7 pm - 9 pm

Sect 01 › Oct 11 - Nov 1 • 4 sessions • Wake, Rm 4 Wolff • Fri 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $72

➜ Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft

➜ Buying and Selling on the Internet

One of the fastest growing crimes today is identity theft. Most victims don’t learn that their identity has been stolen until it is too late. On average, it takes two years and about $1,400.00 for identity theft victims to clear their credit and good names. Learn about identity theft, how thieves and scams work, and how to protect yourself from them by taking certain precautions.

Teaches students how to navigate the internet securely to buy and sell items, protect information, and avoid fraud. Students learn how to locate and price items, safely make purchases, sell items, create listings, photograph items, secure payment methods, and understand shipping procedures.

Course number: 504163

BUSINESS, FINANCE, WORK

Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Ridling • Wed 10 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $75

Course number: 509059 Sect 01 › Oct 4 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 14 Wolff • Fri 9 am - 4 pm • Tuition: $39

Sect 01 › Oct 12 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 28 Wolff • Sat 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $24

➜ Socially Responsible and Faith-Based Investing Many investors want their investments to reflect their individuality, beliefs and social consciousness. Discover how to create your own socially responsible or faith-based portfolio and what you need to look for when investing in a socially responsible mutual fund or Exchange Traded Fund. Course number: 504162 Sect 01 › Sep 17 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 18 Strong • Tue 5 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $10

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➜ Estate Planning Fundamentals

➜ Introduction to QuickBooks Pro

Teaches the estate planning process and offers a variety of methods for reducing estate taxes while increasing earnings and assets. Specific topics include: wills (what they are and why people need one); advantages of revocable or living trusts; the use of unified credit; life insurance and how to use it to decrease taxable assets; and income and reduction of estate taxes. Includes generous time for questions and answers and provides helpful materials.

This course provides an introduction to the small business accounting transactions available using QuickBooks Pro. New and continuing users of QuickBooks will learn business accounting tips and the following QuickBooks topics: setting up a company, chart of accounts, accounts payable, bills, accounts receivable, invoices, deposits, printing checks, journal entries, and bank reconciliations.

Tuition/ Fees covered through Private donations. Course number: 504143

Sect 01 › Sep 28 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 4 Tinker • Sat 9 am - 4 pm • Tuition: $36 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Oct 19 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 26 Jarrott • Sat 9 am - 1 pm

Sect 02 › Oct 5 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 4 Tinker • Sat 9 am - 4 pm • Tuition: $36 • Materials: $5

➜ Finding the Voice of Your Business

➜ Savvy Social Security Planning: What Baby Boomers Need to Know

So, what do you do? As a small-business owner, do you stumble for words when you’re asked that question? Or does creating content for your blog, videos, or social media feel like pulling teeth? It doesn’t have to be that way. This class will help you clarify your personal and professional stand, enabling you to convey your message with confidence, attract more clients, and boost your sales. BUSINESS, FINANCE, WORK

Course number: 903476

After being told for years that Social Security is ‘going broke’, baby boomers are realizing that it will soon be their turn to collect. But the decisions you make now can have a tremendous impact on the total amount of benefits you stand to receive over your lifetime. This informative seminar covers the basics of Social Security and reveals strategies for maximizing your benefits.

Course number: 509067

Course number: 501105

Sect 01 › Oct 12 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 26 Samson • Sat 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $20

Sect 01 › Sep 25 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 17 Anderson • Wed 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm • Tuition: $10

➜ Intermediate QuickBooks Pro

➜ Smart Financial Planning: How to Plan to Succeed

This intermediate course provides a detailed examination of standard transactions in Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable, journal entries, bank reconciliations, memorized transactions, 1099’s, and reports. Topics also include how to find and correct mistakes in QuickBooks Pro. Course number: 903477 Sect 01 › Oct 12 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 4 Tinker • Sat 9 am - 4 pm • Tuition: $36 • Materials: $5

Teaches how stocks, bonds, mutual funds and annuities work, and how to select and combine them to achieve goals. Students calculate when they can retire and discover personal risk tolerance. Students learn to figure out what rate of return they will need to make their money last, and how to manage risk. Students learn key strategies to make retirement as financially feasible as possible. Course number: 504151 Sect 01 › Oct 26 - Nov 2 • 2 sessions • Wake, Rm 27 Kauffman • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $20

➜ Transforming Talent into Income

Please register early to ensure your class will run.

Explore a seven-step pathway for becoming a highly-paid solo business owner and enjoying a lifestyle of your own design. Learn how to align your life vision and talent with a viable business opportunity, and then position yourself to become highly-paid for your expertise. Designed for aspiring and existing solo business owners who are motivated to become financially resilient while creating positive impact in the world. Course number: 509069 Sect 01 › Sep 21 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 28 Samson • Sat 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $20

Register today!

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TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR FUTURE

Work & Career ➜ Entrepreneurship This class helps students determine if they have a viable business idea and how to assess if a certain business venture is right for them. Students explore current business trends and opportunities in the Santa Barbara area. Designed for energetic, creative, and enthusiastic individuals who wish to develop a business idea. Course number: 501101 Sect 01 › Sep 12 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 28 Kauffman • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $15

Invest In Your Own Success From selling on eBay to managing your own stock portfolio, to managing your time, CLL classes offer the do’s and don’ts to protect and enhance your personal finances — and the how-to’s to grow your workplace and business skills. And remember, we have classes in many other categories to fuel your professional development!

➜ Notary Public Commission Class provides new or previously commissioned notaries with the knowledge and skills required to pass the state-proctored examination. Students completing the class receive the stateapproved Certificate of Completion required to take the stateproctored notary examination. The state will offer an exam following the class. Students must bring valid ID and check made out to ‘Secretary of State’ for $40.00 to take state exam. NOTE: State recommends notaries take this course eight months prior to their commission expiration date. Materials fee includes passport photo. Course number: 901143 Sect 01 › Oct 26 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 26 Peavyhouse • Sat 8 am - 5 pm • Tuition: $56 • Materials: $43

Health Care Professionals ➜ More than 40 CLL classes offer Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for professional health care and mental health professionals. CEUs now offered at no additional cost.

Actors ➜ We offer improv and acting ensemble classes and workshops to make sure you’re well prepared for your big break.

Writers ➜ Time Management: How to Manage Your Best Resource Class provides students with a set of proven time management tips and tools to help them make decisions that will lead to more effective, efficient results in all areas of life. Students learn that when it comes to managing time, decision-making skills will determine how they manage their time and ultimately how they will achieve their goals.

➜ CLL offers writing courses to challenge and strengthen your skills, as well as a variety of classes on the business of writing and getting published. We look forward to celebrating your next success!

Course number: 506214 Sect 01 › Sep 21 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 31 Caputo • Sat 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $20

➜ Work at Home as a Medical Transcriptionist Students explore the benefits of a career as a self-employed medical transcriptionist. Students discover a step-by-step guide to learning medical transcription, marketing their new business, obtaining clients, establishing pricing, choosing equipment, and using appropriate software. Topics include choosing their own hours, having a business at home, finding employment, and income information. Course number: 501103 Sect 01 › Dec 14 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 16 Burns • Sat 10 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $15

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Events, Film, Words CLL puts the world in your hands this fall, offering foreign language classes for students at all levels, fascinating insights into the news & events that shape our world, and journeys through modern and classic literature and film. Our exceptional array of writing classes opens the door to new worlds, for pure personal expression to writing as a career.

Explore your world… at the Center

The art of language and learning: · · · ·

Current Events & World Affairs Film Languages * Writing & Literature

* For SBCC credit language classes, please go to www.sbcc.edu/modernlanguages and www.sbcc.edu/classes

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Current Events & World Affairs

Languages

➜ Current Events

This class is intended for people who have no prior knowledge of French. Students will learn the very basic language skills necessary for meeting and greeting people, asking for and giving an address or phone number, sending email, and talking about activities. This course will include the essential dialogues, grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary to master these skills, using a textbook and audiovisual activities. This level takes 1 quarter to complete.

➜ French 1

Class designed to stimulate awareness of contemporary issues and events and to encourage discussion with other students on these issues and events. The class explores topics related to international, national, state and local events. Students are invited to ask questions and make comments regarding each class topic. Course number: 001005

Course number: 102024

Sect 03 › Sep 10 - Oct 8 • 5 sessions • Vista del Monte, Los Padres Lounge Hofmann • Tue 10:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Wilson • Mon 7:30 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $75

Sect 02 › Sep 13 - Oct 11 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 29 Hofmann • Fri 10:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38

➜ French 5 Low Intermediate

Sect 01 › Sep 14 - Oct 12 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 27 Hofmann • Sat 10:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38 Sect 04 › Oct 15 - Nov 12 • 5 sessions • Vista del Monte, Los Padres Lounge Hofmann • Tue 10:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38 Sect 05 › Oct 18 - Nov 15 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 29 Hofmann • Fri 10:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38

French 5 Low Intermediate is for students who have completed the French 4 High Beginning class in our CE program, or the equivalent. Students are provided with a textbook with DVD-rom covering topics such as family, social, cultural and geographic origins of people, and discovering certain French cities. Course emphasizes conversation, but all language skills are practiced, including listening, reading, speaking, and writing. This level takes 3 quarters to complete. Course number: 102028 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 27 Wilson • Wed 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $75

➜ NEW! A Director’s Vision - A History Get a glimpse into the film director’s art and the craft that supports it. Each session you will study a seminal film for its conceptual aesthetic and examine the technique necessary to implement those choices. These filmic events are studied through selective playback. You will discover the history of film from its early days to the late 20th century, revealing the revolutionary advances implemented by visionary filmmakers. Course number: 151343 Sect 01 › Sep 19 - Nov 21 • 10 sessions • Community Film Studio SB, Mission AV Theater CFSSB Faculty • Thu 6:30 pm - 8 pm • Tuition: $75

➜ French 9 Advanced French 9 Advanced is for students who have completed the French 8 Low Advanced class in the CE program or the equivalent. Course makes use of French newspaper or magazine articles, videos, songs, poems, short stories, or a book and students continue to study grammar. Students give presentations about any number of topics such as tourism in French speaking countries, recipes for French dishes, poetry, movies, art, cultural events, etc. Course number: 102032 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 18 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Wilson • Mon 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $75

EVENTS, FILM, WORDS

Film

➜ NEW! Action Sports Videography Successfully capturing the action and drama of sports on video can be exciting and rewarding. It can also be quite challenging to do it well. This is an opportunity for you to discover the fundamental professional techniques used to create compelling sports video productions. This class is the perfect opportunity to explore your options and get advice on your current video project. Course number: 151344 Sect 01 › Sep 14 - Nov 16 • 10 sessions • Community Film Studio SB, Mission AV Theater CFSSB Faculty • Sat 10:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $75

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➜ French for Travelers

➜ German - Intermediate

Whether you are planning on visiting France or Canada soon, or simply wish to deal with daily situations in French in the future, this class is for you. Build your confidence, and enjoy shopping, asking directions, telling the time, using the phone, making hotel reservations, ordering from a menu, and talking about the different regions of France - all in French! A basic foundation in French is helpful, but this class is for all levels. Tous sont bienvenus!

This intermediate level class is for students who already have a basic knowledge of German and have been introduced to the Present Perfect Tense (talking about the past). This course incorporates lots of conversation in German and realistic situation role plays. Also includes reading and discussion of texts, poems, songs and videos exploring Germany and its culture. Brush-up on grammar includes present perfect tense, all cases, irregular, separable-prefix and modal verbs, and subordinating conjunctions. Students will be able to take this class several times.

Course number: 102033 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 29 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 27 Dearth • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $80

Course number: 103012 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 23 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Kostruba • Wed 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $98

➜ NEW! French through Songs and Poetry Whether or not you are tongue-tied when it comes to speaking French, this class will definitely build your confidence. From 18th century lullabies to revolutionary songs, to Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Brassens, come and sing your heart out ‘en français’. Rimbaud, Verlaine, Baudelaire, Jacques Prévert, and Grand Corps Malade are also on the bill. Discover some great French songs and poems, and enjoy reading and singing them out loud in French! A basic foundation in French is helpful, but suitable for all levels. Course number: 102034 Sect 01 › Oct 10 - Dec 5 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 17 Dearth • Thu 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $80

Sect 02 › Oct 30 - Dec 11 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Kostruba • Wed 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $98

➜ Italian - Beginning Conversation This class is for students with very little knowledge of Italian. Review the sound system, how to describe people, and how to form sentences in the present tense. Talk about plans, preferences, numbers, and practice asking for basic information. Also, at every class meeting, you can enjoy discussions about travel, geography, art, music, food, and politics in Italy. Course number: 104006 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 9 Morrison • Wed 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100

EVENTS, FILM, WORDS

➜ German - Beginning This basic conversational class is for students with no prior German knowledge. Engaging learning activities focus on the development of practical language usage in everyday life: introductions, greeting people, family, numbers, colors, clothing, time, weather, directions, shopping, dining and other basic vocabulary. Students master the basics of pronunciation, spelling, and present tense while participating in activities that also increase their knowledge of the German- speaking world. Course number: 103011 Sect 01 › Sep 19 - Oct 17 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 17 Kostruba • Thu 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Italian: Beginning You will learn basic vocabulary, sentences and verbs. We will share short dialogs emphasizing pronunciation and practical vocabulary including numbers, time, food, weather, months, colors, etc. We will also cover various typical expressions and proverbs, which are very popular and used in every day conversation in Italy. Though this is a beginner’s class, students with some Italian language background are encouraged to join to improve or simply maintain their Italian conversational skills. Arrivederci! Course number: 104010 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 28 Cocolo • Wed 1 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Portuguese - Low Intermediate

It’s not too late to try something new! Classes start throughout the term.

This low intermediate class is for students who have acquired the Beginning Portuguese course or have some previous knowledge of Portuguese. Students obtain valuable information, manipulate data, and engage in active discovery through total involvement of practical language usage in everyday life, increasing their knowledge of the Portuguese- speaking world. Course number: 199025 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 16 Rocha • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100

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➜ Spanish 3 - Beginning Conversational This class is for students with limited knowledge of Spanish, or exposure to more Spanish but some time ago. Students will review sound system, expressing preferences, asking for basic information, numbers, and regular verbs in the present tense, and will learn to talk about plans, the weather, to locate things, and will enrich their vocabulary for festivities and physical and mental states descriptions. They will also learn some new irregular verbs.

Language Level Placement Spanish Language Classes All use the textbook Dos Mundos en Breve. You can purchase a used copy very inexpensively online.

Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 18. Chapters 3-4 in Dos Mundos En Breve 3rd Edition.

Level 1

First steps or no prior experience

Course number: 105162

Level 2–4

Beginner or past experience

Level 5–7

Intermediate

Sect 01 › Sep 17 - Nov 19 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Blakley • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100

Level 8–9

Advanced

➜ Spanish 5 - Low Intermediate Conversational ➜ Spanish 1: First Steps This basic conversational class is for students with no prior Spanish knowledge. Engaging learning activities focus on the development of practical language usage in everyday life: introductions, meeting new people, descriptions of others, numbers, clothing, colors and other basic vocabulary. Students master the basics of pronunciation, spelling, and present tense while participating in activities that also increase their knowledge of the Spanishspeaking world. Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: [01] 18 [02] 16. Pasos in Dos Mundos En Breve 3rd Edition.

Are you ready to start talking about what you did on your last vacation or project? Do you interact with native Spanish speakers and would you like to understand their stories? You will benefit the most if you are already comfortable speaking in the Present Tense. Learning activities and games will focus on reporting past events, expressing likes and dislikes. Topics include regular and irregular preterit verb forms, direct and indirect object pronouns, and the impersonal ‘se.’ All classes are geared toward improving your conversational Spanish. Note: RN/ LVN, CNA Contact hours: 18. Course number: 105164 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Nov 14 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Morgan • Thu 12:15 pm - 2:15 pm • Tuition: $100

Course number: 105157 Sect 01 › Sep 18 - Nov 20 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Blakley • Wed 12:45 pm - 2:45 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Spanish 2- Low beginning Conversational This class is for students with very little knowledge of Spanish or who have had exposure to more Spanish but some time ago. Students will review the sound system, how to describe people, and how to form sentences in the present tense, and will learn to talk of plans, preferences, numbers, and to ask for basic information. Note: RNLVN CNA Contact hours: 16. Chapters 1-2 in Dos Mundos En Breve 3rd Edition. Course number: 105161 Sect 01 › Sep 24 - Nov 19 • 9 sessions • Wake, Rm 17 Esquivel-Kromis • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $90

Are you ready to have a Spanish conversation using all of the Spanish verb tenses? Learn to confidently combine past, present and ‘going to’ future in Spanish! Learning activities focus on telling your own stories, to allow you to make Spanish speaking acquaintances and friends. We practice by talking about the past focusing on people students admire. Students discuss books we read as a group, internet articles, songs, poems, movies, and other paragraphs or dialogues supplied by instructor. You will understand the distinction between all verb tenses, some idiomatic expressions and vocabulary. All classes are geared toward improving your conversational Spanish.

EVENTS, FILM, WORDS

➜ Spanish 7- High Intermediate Conversational

Sect 02 › Sep 25 - Nov 20 • 9 sessions • Schott, Rm 29 Esquivel-Kromis • Wed 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $90

Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 18. Course number: 105166 Sect 02 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Morgan • Tue 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100 Sect 01 › Sep 18 - Nov 20 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Blakley • Wed 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100

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➜ Spanish 8 - Low Advanced Conversational

➜ Spanish: Conversation through Soap Operas

Are you ready to practice all verb tenses? As we use Spanish in increasingly varied situations the subjunctive becomes a necessity to express indirect commands, wishes, desires and plans. This class is designed for students with considerable Spanish ability. Learning activities and games constantly review what has been learned so far, to increase retention and availability of information when needed. Topics include the perfect tenses, commands, present subjunctive, idiomatic expressions and vocabulary. All classes are geared toward improving conversational Spanish.

Explore the language and culture of Mexico with a new soap opera or ‘telenovela’ - La Catrina. This telenovela was developed specifically for learning Spanish. Develop your fluency, practice the present tense of dozens of verbs, and increase your knowledge of idioms and commonly used vocabulary. Enjoy comprehension exercises and additional activities and exercises developed to fully engage you. Each week features one episode of La Catrina, followed by lively small group discussions in Spanish.

Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 18. Course number: 105169 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Morgan • Wed 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Spanish 9 - Advanced Conversational This class is for students with considerable Spanish knowledge, learning activities focus on reporting past events, giving commands, indirect commands, and expressing wishes, desires and plans. Topics include relative pronouns, uses of ‘se’, past subjunctive, idiomatic expressions and vocabulary. Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 18. Course number: 105167 Sect 02 › Sep 17 - Nov 19 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Blakley • Tue 3 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $100 Sect 01 › Sep 17 - Nov 19 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Blakley • Tue 12:45 pm - 2:45 pm • Tuition: $100

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➜ Spanish Through Culture and Literature Discover the Hispanic world without a passport! Hear the inside story from the natives. Get the local view of places, food, customs and history. Each class includes a presentation by a native Hispanic speaker followed by a Q&A. Read interesting articles related to the week’s topic, followed by small group discussions with your classmates. The class will be conducted entirely in Spanish and you will learn different accents, new idioms and vocabulary. This is a great way to maintain, improve and expand your Spanish skills. Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 10. Course number: 105142 Sect 01 › Oct 10 - Nov 7 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 30 Esquivel-Kromis • Thu 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $70

Note: RN/LVN/ CNA Contact hours: 18. Course number: 105171 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 20 Morgan • Wed 3 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $100

Writing & Literature ➜ Getting Started, Getting Good, and Getting Your Fiction Published Effective, publishable fiction requires intriguing characters, a good story line, a compelling narrative voice, convincing dialogue, energetic pace, palpable mood, and a strong relationship to contemporary life. Easy to prescribe but difficult to achieve. The necessary skills can be taught. This class, presented by a longtime editor and writer, provides instruction in the vital techniques, an arena for practicing them until those skills are mastered, and demonstrable ways for the student to develop an individual narrative voice. Note: Optional reading fee $20. Please come to the Wake or Schott front desk to pay your reader fees during or after the second week of class. Course number: 157171 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 28 Lowenkopf • Wed 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Modern and Classic Short Stories Titles, anthologized for each term, include contemporary and classic short stories from the US, Britain, the European continent, Africa, Latin America, Japan, India, Israel, China and other nations. Students pursue a close reading of texts paying sustained attention to the characters, plot, style, images, metaphors, patterns, and themes that carry the story forward and engage in an interpretive immersion that transforms attention into deeper thought and comprehension. This fusion generally results in a cohesive sense of the whole. Course number: 157168 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Oct 18 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Ferrer • Fri 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $60 Sect 02 › Oct 25 - Dec 6 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Ferrer • Fri 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $60

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➜ Basic Fiction Tighten your plot; sharpen your characters; developing voice in fiction: formatting your manuscript; writing the synopsis and query letter; how agents, editors and publishers work; contracts for books and film options; and overview of fiction market. Up-to-date reference book list and 15 helpful handouts. No assignments or reading aloud. Individual manuscripts critiqued. Course number: 157174 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 24 • 7 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Unkefer • Thu 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $70 Sect 02 › Oct 31 - Dec 12 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Unkefer • Thu 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $60

➜ NEW! Publishing in the 21st Century: Marketing Your Muse Authors on the road to publication will learn the essentials of building sturdy platforms to showcase work. Learn the essentials of platform building including writing opening pages that hook the reader, traditional, independent, self-publishing platforms. Using specific industry websites this workshop help the author understand the usefulness of query letters, what and why authors should blog, the how and which when using social media, the importance of and what should be shared when writing content for other websites and can you trust a private editor? Note: Optional reading fee of $2.00 per page. Course number: 157180 Sect 01 › Oct 5 - Nov 9 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 5 Miller Mazura • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $60

➜ Explorations in Literature Become a more avid, savvy reader of fiction by learning how to ‘close-read.’ Through classroom readings, lecture, and discussion, you will understand the dynamics of fiction and how they apply to your life. Fiction reveals relationships between people and people’s relationships to the world. Fiction often gives a clearer view of its times than contemporary news reports of history. As you learn what to look for in your reading, your pleasure and confidence in your literary judgment will grow with every page you turn. Course number: 157169 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 Lowenkopf • Tue 1 pm - 3 pm • Tuition: $100

➜ Shakespeare There are 157 million Google pages devoted to Shakespeare, compared to 132 million for God, and 2.7 million for Elvis Presley. This class, through close reading and open discussion, pursues the meaning of and questions arising from the lines of each play we take up. Google lends a hand as do the various performances we view, but the text’s the thing. Discuss plot, character, theme, point of view, and setting. Analyze the effect of words, ambiguity, irony, paradox, images, metaphors, patterns, and cadences in each work. Explore the effect on the reader of the Bard’s portrayal of culture and values. Note: Special Topic: Macbeth

➜ Writing Our Lives into Being

Course number: 151332 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 14 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Ferrer • Mon 4 pm - 6 pm • Tuition: $60 Sect 02 › Oct 21 - Dec 2 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Ferrer • Mon 4 pm - 6 pm • Tuition: $60

Course number: 157165 Sect 01 › Sep 21 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 30 Drobny • Sat 9 am - 3 pm • Tuition: $25

➜ Writing Personal Histories

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Tap into new levels of your own creativity and expression. In this interactive writing workshop, we reflect on other authors’ words about values such as integrity, acceptance, and authenticity. Specific writing prompts and practices serve as a springboard to discover and clarify what and how we want to write. Whether your focus is fiction, poetry, memoir, or journal, explore your own truths at deeper levels. Beginning, returning, and experienced writers are welcome.

the Gift of Learning

Course teaches students to succeed in the memoir writing process. Students learn to collect and prepare their ideas, how to write and structure their memoirs and autobiographies, and how to edit them. Students learn to develop a conversational, individual narrative voice for their memoirs, and to create a framework for fictional works based on their autobiographies.

Give your friends and loved ones the chance to explore their world.

Note: Optional reading fee $20. Please come to the Wake or Schott front desk to pay your reader fees during or after the second week of class.

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Course number: 157175 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 29 Lowenkopf • Wed 9:45 am - 11:45 am • Tuition: $100

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Home, Nature, Technical We all know that cooking is more fun when friends or family join in. All of our Home, Nature and Technology classes are great opportunities to bond with old friends or meet new ones! Master international cuisines or learn new parenting techniques. Connect with family near and far through social media networks or trace your genealogical roots. Make time to appreciate nature together, from our backyard and community gardens to the splendor of the night sky!

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Auto Mechanics Computers * Cooking Clases en español Genealogy

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Home & Garden Local Culture Parenting* Science & Nature Woodworking

* For additional Computer classes and Parent Child Workshops please go to: www.sbcc.edu/CE

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Computers

➜ NEW! Twitter: To Tweet or Not to Tweet

Get Social – At Every Age! Introducing a suite of NEW classes to help adults of all ages start using the most popular social media tools.

➜ NEW! Facebook For Beginners: Will You Be My Friend? Facebook is the world’s most popular social networking website. It’s a great way to keep in contact with friends family, and classmates. Ever wonder whatever happened to your best friend from middle school? Find her on Facebook! People near or far may use Facebook to leave you a message, browse your photo albums, or chat with you online. You can share opinions, ideas, photos, articles and even play games with your friends. Find out how easy it is to create an account, create a profile, search for people, send messages, upload photos and manage your privacy options. Course number: 909346 Sect 01 › Oct 4 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 3 Musacchio • Fri 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $24 • Materials: $3

Twitter is an online information network that connects you to the latest stories, ideas, opinions and news about what you find interesting. Simply find the accounts you find most compelling and follow the conversations. You can contribute or just listen in. If you choose, you may share your thoughts, articles or information to like-minded people by ‘tweeting,’ but you don’t have to tweet to enjoy Twitter. In this hands-on class you will set up a Twitter account, find conversations of interest to follow, and learn to write your own 140 character tweets, ‘hashtags’ and all. Course number: 909347 Sect 01 › Nov 15 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 3 Musacchio • Fri 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $24 • Materials: $3

➜ Editing Digital Photos Are you ready to learn not just the ‘how’ but also the ‘why’ behind the most powerful features of Adobe Photoshop using studio techniques on your own images? This class will not only give you step-by-step instructions, but also give you an under-the-hood understanding of the image editing application of Photoshop. Sharpening scans, correcting and optimizing images, using Adobe Camera Raw, manipulating color and mastering adjustment layers are just a few of the concepts presented through hands-on training and lectures. Course number: 903483

➜ NEW! Pinterest For Beginners: Spend A Pinteresting Day With The Things You Love Pinterest is a virtual inspiration board for collecting and organizing things you love. You can save images that you see on the web, or upload your own and categorize them on different ‘pinboards’ or theme-based collections. Pinterest can be whatever you want it to be. Artists pin sites for inspiration, students collaborate on projects, and cooks share recipes - no matter what you’re interested in, there’s a place for it in Pinterest. Have fun learning how to set up an account, create your own ‘boards’, ‘pin’ and ‘re-pin’ to your boards, ‘follow’ boards, make comments and ‘like’ someone else’s pins.

Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 3 Atkinson • Wed 9 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $125

➜ Windows 8 Overview This class is an overview of Windows 8 Operating System. New features and benefits of Windows 8 will be demonstrated and discussed. Other topics to be included are help features, windows navigation and management, file explorer, and customization. Course number: 909344 Sect 01 › Oct 12 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 13 Eggli • Sat 9 am - 3 pm • Tuition: $25

Course number: 909349

➜ NEW! Social Media for Lifelong Learners of All Ages What is Social Media? What is it good for? Much like going to a party or joining a book club, social networking can be a lot of fun. It can also be very productive for all sorts of projects, such as raising funds for a project, tracking friends and family, or building a classroom community. Social Media can be many things to many people, but you won’t know what it could mean to you until you try it out for yourself. In this exciting, confidence-building class for all ages, you will explore many different social networks such as Facebook, Pinterest, Linkedin, Twitter, YouTube, and blogs. Course number: 909345 Sect 01 › Sep 20 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 16 Musacchio • Fri 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $24 • Materials: $4

➜ YouTube for Beginners: Your Videos, Their Videos YouTube is a video-sharing website. Anyone can view, give feedback or rate the videos posted on this site. The site has videos for entertainment, comedy, action, music, marketing, education and much more. YouTube videos are posted by both beginners and professionals and they may never be seen anywhere else. You can post your own videos online for public review and comment, or you may choose to make your videos available to a select group of friends. Discover how to browse for videos you wish to view, subscribe to video channels you like, and upload videos for others to watch.

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Sect 01 › Oct 18 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 3 Musacchio • Fri 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $24 • Materials: $3

Course number: 909348 Sect 01 › Nov 1 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 3 Musacchio • Fri 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $24 • Materials: $3

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Cooking ➜ Adaptive Cooking for Independent Living This course is designed for students who lack basic cooking skills and who are unable to plan and prepare meals independently. Students will be able to use their acquired knowledge and skills to plan and cook simple yet nutritious and delicious meals. As a result, students will gain self-confidence and experience the triumph that comes with achievement. The goal of Adaptive Cooking is to provide training in safe procedures for preparing simple yet nutritious meals.

➜ NEW! Autumn Market Vegetables Fall in love with fall vegetables and learn some new and delicious recipes that friends and family will enjoy. We’ll prepare some hearty, warming fall vegetable dishes using nature’s best harvest from winter squash dishes and other root vegetables to the hearty fall greens. Recipes will be inspired by farmer’s market shopping to see what is in season and locally grown. Discover these wonderful recipes and enjoy eating delicious, healthy, fall meals. Course number: 606389 Sect 01 › Oct 29 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Tue 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $20 • Lab: $3

Course number: 606382 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 10 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Nowlin • Thu 2:30 pm - 5 pm • Tuition: $63 • Lab: $9 • Materials: $50

➜ American Riviera Cuisine: California and the Classics With the practicality and finesse of French cooking methods, cooks can create many new dishes based on ingredients unique to our California coast. This hands-on class will enable students to practice and improve technique and to develop confidence and a personal style in the kitchen. Sessions will include demonstrations and guidance in the selection of ingredients and the creation of menus of diversity and interest for each season. Passionate cooks of all skill levels are welcome.

➜ NEW! Beautiful Holiday Food Gifts Giving a homemade gift to friends and family says ‘I care about you.’ Delicious gifts from your kitchen are always appreciated! So much can be done ahead and with friends. Eliminate stress and create classic seasonal treats that you will be proud to give. In this class you will learn the tricks of creating homemade food gifts that people will begin to look forward to every holiday. You’ll discover what to prepare, how to prepare it and how to package the final product. Save time and money while making fabulous gifts that will be long remembered and enjoyed. Course number: 606400 Sect 01 › Nov 19 - Nov 26 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Tue 10 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $40 • Materials: $20

Course number: 606376 Sect 02 › Sep 20 - Oct 11 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Fri 6 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $70 • Lab: $11 • Materials: $40 Sect 01 › Sep 20 - Oct 11 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Fri 10 am - 1:30 pm • Tuition: $70 • Lab: $11 • Materials: $40

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➜ NEW! Applicious - Cooking with Apples Apples are nature’s most versatile fruits. Learn about all the different apples and which apples are best for baking or eating, and which are the healthiest. Discover the secrets of great apple recipes as you prepare appetizers, entrée salad, side dishes, soups and desserts using a variety of delicious in-season apples. Some of the recipes include: Baked Almond Crusted Brie with Spiced Apples; Spicy Apple Chutney; Stuffed Delicata, Squash with Wild Rice; Spiced Pumpkin & Apple Soup; Mile High Apple Pie; Creamy Dijon Honey Vinaigrette with Baby Greens and Apples; Santa Barbara Waldorf Salad; and German Style Apples and Cabbage. Course number: 606388 Sect 01 › Oct 15 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Tue 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $20 • Lab: $3 • Materials: $10

➜ NEW! Canning and Preserving Demystified Capture the taste of summer all year. Take produce and recipes and save them in a jar ready to eat when the moment is right. This class breaks down the intimidating canning process into simple, easy to follow steps that will have you canning and preserving before the end of class. Questions will be answered about sterilization, equipment, additions to aid in taste and techniques to enhance flavor, color, and texture. By the time you apply what you learn in class you’ll need more shelf storage space in your kitchen. Course number: 606390 Sect 01 › Sep 10 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Tue 10 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $20 • Lab: $3 • Materials: $10

➜ NEW! Chicken and Egg Chicken and Egg - two of the most versatile ingredients for the simplest of healthy meals to the most elaborate. Save money by learning how to cut up whole chickens and filets while learning knife skills and cooking techniques; simple home-made ChickenSoup - for the soul; how to turn one chicken dish to several different meal and eggs beyond the breakfast food. We’ll prepare many delicious recipes from appetizers, entrees and desserts. Course number: 606391 Sect 01 › Dec 5 - Dec 12 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $5 • Materials: $20

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➜ NEW! Chocolate Mania

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Calling all chocolate lovers! Where does chocolate come from? What is the history ? How is it made? What are the various types? What is the best? Fair Trade? Health benefits? Aphrodisiac? Why are we so addicted? Explore these questions with a healthy dose of humor while we making a favorite chocolate recipe in every class. Truffles, hot cocoa, chocolate cookies, chocolate mousse, chocolate covered fruit, molten chocolate cakes and many other recipes with surprising new ingredients. Momma always said ‘Life is like a box of chocolates’. Come and enjoy a big box of life.

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Course number: 606386 Sect 01 › Nov 6 - Nov 27 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Vereycken • Wed 6 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $70 • Lab: $11 • Materials: $40

➜ NEW! Cook Italian- the Four Seasons Learn to cook Regional Italian recipes inspired by the seasons. From comforting autumnal classics like butternut squash risotto to fresh and summery pesto al genovese-you’ll develop skills to take you through the year deliciously. Become a maestro in the kitchen with standing ovations sure to follow dinner! Course number: 606402 Sect 01 › Oct 2 - Oct 30 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Hollander • Wed 10 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $100 • Lab: $15 • Materials: $50 Sect 02 › Oct 2 - Oct 30 • 5 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Hollander • Wed 6 pm - 10 pm • Tuition: $100 • Lab: $15 • Materials: $50

➜ Cooking Fresh from the Farmer’s Market Students discover new seasonal foods and experiment with familiar foods. Class will meet at the Santa Barbara Farmer’s Market for an educational shopping experience, then return to the kitchen to prepare purchased ingredients. Fresh vegetables and salads are paired to create a delicious appetizer, entree, and fresh fruit dessert. Course number: 606369 Sect 01 › Oct 5 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Sat 9:30 am - 1:30 pm • Tuition: $20 • Lab: $3 • Materials: $15

➜ Gluten Free Cooking Whether you are avoiding gluten rich flour products to lose weight or you have a true intolerance, this class will give you all the information you need. Knowing which carbs are best and which turn into fat easily; what is the glycemic index; handouts and cooking charts will be given. Satisfying, filling and delicious non-gluten whole grains and vegetables are the best high energy carbohydrates. They are energizing and filling and packed with good nutrition. If you are limiting yourself or feasting on gluten-free products only to find your waistband expanding, then you are in for a delicious treat.

Explore the wide world of cuisine and entertaining with CLL’s cooking and specialty food classes. While you’re waiting for classes to begin, Chef Molony shares a dessert recipe that never fails to impress!

Apricot Frangipane Tart Adapted from Patricia Wells by Chef Michele Molony An almond-based frangipane filling cooks up around the fruits holding juices in suspension over a tender pastry. Note: This recipe works well with any stone fruit and is wonderful with pears for a winter confection. 1 Place a flat sheet into an oven set at 350 degrees. 2 Make the pâte sucrée; • melt 8 tablespoons of butter and allow to cool • add 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract or paste • add and combine well 1/2 cup sugar • add and combine well 1 1/4 cup of flour, blending with fingers. Allow the dough to cool and rest for 20 minutes and then crumble it into an 8 inch false bottom tart pan. Quickly, so as not to warm or overwork the dough, pat it into the pan to make a neat and regular shell and refrigerate while you make the frangipane filling. 3 Make the frangipane filling; in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the whisk: • combine 6 tablespoons softened butter • 1/2 cup sugar and beat to combine very well • add 1 egg and 1 egg yolk, combine with butter and sugar • add 1/2 cup almond meal and 2 tablespoons of flour to mixture and combine well 4 Spread the frangipane filling evenly over the refrigerated tart shell and place apricot quarters in a pleasing pattern over the top, sprinkle with coarse sugar and place the tart on the preheated flat sheet in the oven. Bake for 35-40 minutes, time varying greatly with each oven. Allow to rest and set for 20 minutes before slicing

Don’t miss: Paris Cordon Bleu professional chef Michele Molony’s local take on classic French cuisine!

➜ American Riviera Cuisine: California and the Classics Course number: 606376 details on page 56

Course number: 606381 Sect 01 › Oct 1 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Tue 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $20 • Lab: $3 • Materials: $10

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➜ NEW! Meet, Mingle and Cook

➜ NEW! Macho without Meat

Want to meet other foodies who may become friends? This class is a hands-on, team building class for people who love to cook. Spend a delightful evening meeting, mingling and cooking with a small group of your fellow foodies. Recipes will be simple and won’t require a lot of ingredients, but the techniques learned can be applied to your more complicated recipes. Fun for the beginning student or the average cook, this class is about meeting and mingling as it is as much it is about cooking. Together we will prepare some delicious dishes to share during the evening.

Men can be macho without depending on a high protein meat based diet. Learn about the foods that can build a strong and healthy, vibrant body. This class teaches vegan and veganism for men the right way. Gain and share information regarding balancing meals and getting the right nutrition. This class is not just for the devoted vegetarian.

Course number: 606396 Sect 01 › Sep 10 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Tue 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $20 • Lab: $3 • Materials: $10

➜ Kitchen Fundamentals: Knife Skills Students learn how to set up a well-designed, workable kitchen. Includes instruction in knives and knife skills, proper cookware, essential tools and cutting boards, how to read recipes, save time in food preparation and turn leftovers into makeovers. Students learn all cooking styles from sauteing to braising and roasting. Basic recipes will be prepared for the student during the class. Course number: 606362

Course number: 606394 Sect 01 › Nov 5 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $15 • Lab: $2 • Materials: $10

➜ NEW! Fish, the Whole Fish and Nothing but the Fish You caught it, now what do you do with it? Never fear fish again. Learn how to take a whole fish and prepare it into a variety of cuts then discover wonderful methods to turn your grouper into a gourmet delicacy. Tips, tricks and lots of hands-on experience mastering the denizens of the deep. Course number: 606393 Sect 01 › Nov 8 - Nov 15 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Fri 10 am - 1:30 pm • Tuition: $35 • Lab: $5 • Materials: $20

Sect 01 › Nov 19 - Dec 10 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $60 • Lab: $9 • Materials: $12

➜ Fast and Fabulous Hors D’Oeuvres ➜ Latin American Cuisine Learn how to make a variety of exciting dishes from Latin America. This hands-on class will feature delicious foods from Mexico, Cuba, Peru, Brazil and Argentina. Enjoy preparing homemade dishes such as Mexican Tamales wrapped in banana leaves, Mexican stews, Cuban-style Pork Roast, Peruvian Ceviche, Brazilian Moqueca (seafood stew with coconut milk) and Argentinean Empanadas. Students will learn different cooking techniques and explore unique ingredients and new spices. Students of all skill levels welcome. Course number: 606383

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Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Sep 30 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 De Alba • Mon 10 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $60 • Lab: $9 • Materials: $40

Students will quickly prepare hors d’oeuvres that look and taste like they took hours to fix. Create a selection of recipes that can be made ahead, perfect for holiday entertaining, and of course, every class ends with a feast. Course number: 606379 Sect 01 › Nov 7 - Nov 14 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Wolff • Thu 9:30 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $30 • Lab: $5 • Materials: $30

➜ Salute to Sushi Course teaches the basic techniques of making traditional Japanese sushi, including California roll, hand roll and creative rolls. Students also learn how to make miso soup and vegetable dishes, as well as the use of materials and utensils for the preparation of sushi recipes. Course number: 606340 Sect 01 › Sep 14 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Wakita • Sat 10 am - 3 pm • Tuition: $25 • Materials: $20 • Lab: $4

➜ Smart Carb Holiday Cooking

Class schedules are subject to change. Please check our website regularly.

This class teaches students to enjoy the holidays without giving up carbohydrates. Students learn the difference between slow burning carbs and fast burning carbs. Students prepare satisfying, filling, and delicious side dishes and desserts. Students also learn how to turn favorite recipes into healthier dishes. Course number: 606368 Sect 01 › Nov 12 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Lemagie • Tue 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $15 • Lab: $2 • Materials: $10

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➜ New World Cuisine

➜ NEW! Superb Sauces

Students learn to cook healthy and hearty meals that will impress family and friends. Each class involves hands-on experiences in the preparation of a complete dinner featuring regional or international cuisine. Menus emphasize a selection of dinners including homemade salad dressing and desserts that complement the main course in flavor and nutrition. The class is taught with an emphasis on organizational skills, simplification and a sense of humor adding spice to any meal.

Turn the ordinary into extraordinary with a one of a kind sauce. Technique is everything in the creation of an elegant sauce. You will gain hands-on experience applying the skills demonstrated in class on your own culinary creation. Let a master chef show you how to tackle the most daunting of sauces. Once you know how, these sauces will become part of your dining repertoire.

Course number: 606353

Course number: 606398 Sect 01 › Oct 18 - Oct 25 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Fri 6 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $35 • Materials: $20

Sect 01 › Oct 10 - Nov 14 • 6 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Feeney • Thu 6 pm - 9 pm • Tuition: $90 • Lab: $14 • Materials: $36

➜ NEW! No More Excuses: Mastering the Thanksgiving Turkey It has come down to the wire and everyone is expecting a great holiday dinner. Oh, if you had only taken that new class on how to master the turkey! You would have learned how to select, prepare, season, cook and present turkey in a whole new way. There still is time to get ready for the big day. No more excuses! Learn foolproof, never-fail techniques refined over years of turkey cooking that will put you in control of your turkey. Course number: 606397 Sect 01 › Nov 1 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Fri 10 am - 3 pm • Tuition: $25 • Lab: $4 • Materials: $10

➜ NEW! Pastry Classics: Perfect Pies and Elegant Tarts Who doesn’t like pie? Discover the successful process to making perfect pies and one of a kind pie crust that will have everyone asking you for seconds. You will learn simple and easy tarts to sophisticated European creations during this hands-on, learning experience. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to make new and exciting pastry delights.

➜ The Alchemy of Spices Vegetarian and Vegan Cooking Course examines the basics of Indian cooking from vegetarian regions in India. Meals include breads, salads, appetizers, soups, curries and desserts. Students learn the health benefits of different spices and where to shop for spices. Course offers an array of dishes for vegan participants who are interested in expanding their cooking repertoire. Course number: 606339 Sect 01 › Sep 21 - Sep 28 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Dhirajlal • Sat 9 am - 3 pm • Tuition: $60 • Lab: $9 • Materials: $20

➜ The Vegetarian Gourmet This hands-on class will build a solid foundation of techniques to enable students to create many new dishes based on the superb products of our region. We will focus on creating vegetarian menus of diversity and interest for each season. In each session students will create a meal of four courses. Students of all skill levels welcome. Course number: 606378 Sect 01 › Nov 8 - Nov 15 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Fri 6 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $35 • Lab: $5 • Materials: $20

Course number: 606399

➜ Secrets of a Professional Baker Introduces principles of baking. Includes demonstrations of a variety of traditional and contemporary baking techniques in a professionally-equipped kitchen. Includes use of fillings, toppings, and icings, as well as herbal flavorings. Teaches and demonstrates substitutions and low-fat options in a hands-on learning environment. Provides a solid grounding in pastry and baking skills using standard and ethnic practices, presentation concepts, sanitation and established storage criterion. Course number: 606375

➜ NEW! When Life Gives You Lemons Lemonades, Lemon Marmalade, Lemon Curd, Preserved Lemons, Candied Lemon, the best ever Lemon Bars, Lemon Cookies, Lemon Scones, Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, Lemon Thyme Pound Cake, Lemon Raspberry Cake, you get the idea, this class will help you master the art of wonderful creations using lemons. Learn how to store, squeeze and cook with lemons. Use lemons for household uses and as beauty products. This is definitely not a class for sour pusses! Course number: 606387 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Sep 25 • 3 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Vereycken • Wed 6 pm - 9:30 pm • Tuition: $53 • Lab: $8 • Materials: $30

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Sect 01 › Sep 17 - Sep 24 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Tue 10 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $40 • Materials: $20

Sect 01 › Oct 15 - Nov 5 • 4 sessions • Schott, Rm 27 Molony • Tue 10 am - 2 pm • Tuition: $80 • Lab: $12 • Materials: $40

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Estas clases se enseÑaran en espaÑol ➜ En Español Pequeños Cantantes Para padres con niños de 12 a 30 meses En esta clase, los padres y niños de 12 a 30 meses exploran el español como lengua extranjera a través de la música, la danza y los cantos interactivos. Los padres aprenden canciones infantiles tradicionales, juegos con los dedos en español y movimiento siguiendo diferentes ritmos latinos. Los participantes disfrutarán de una clase interactiva de música en español, jugarán con una gran variedad de instrumentos y canciones, escucharán cuentos en español con dramatización y con títeres, y aprenderán acerca de la cultura y el patrimonio hispano. Esta clase es adecuada para familias de habla hispana y para familias que no hablan español. Course number: 251312 Sect 01 › Sep 19 - Nov 7 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Barreto • Thu 9:15 am - 10:15 am • Tuition: $40

➜ En Español Pequeños cantantes para padres con niños de 2 años y medio a 5 años En esta clase, los padres y niños de 2 años y medio a 5 años exploran el español como lengua extranjera a través de la música, la danza y los cantos interactivos. Los padres aprenden canciones infantiles tradicionales, juegos con los dedos en español y movimiento siguiendo diferentes ritmos latinos. Los participantes disfrutarán de una clase interactiva de música en español , jugarán con una gran variedad de instrumentos y canciones, escucharán cuentos en español con dramatización y con títeres, y aprenderán acerca de la cultura y el patrimonio hispano. Esta clase es adecuada para familias de habla hispana y para familias que no hablan español.

Genealogy ➜ Family History Research: Beginning to Intermediate Course teaches skills and develops knowledge related to genealogical research. Students explore various sources for records, including the census, vital records, and military records. Students will learn to compile and organize information, sharpen their internet research skills, and practice using new genealogical tools. In collaboration with Santa Barbara County Genealogical Society. Course number: 001412 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 29 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 26 Matz • Tue 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $60

➜ Family History Research: Intermediate/Advanced Course teaches intermediate and advanced genealogical research skills. Students explore additional sources and problem solving methods to troubleshoot and unravel vexing problems that stump all researchers. In collaboration with Santa Barbara County Genealogical Society. Course number: 001413 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 26 Cloud • Wed 10 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $62

Home & Garden

Course number: 251311

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Sect 01 › Sep 18 - Nov 6 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Barreto • Wed 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm • Tuition: $40

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➜ Design Like a Pro Workshop: Demystifying Sustainable Garden Many garden encyclopedias boast ‘thousands of plant listings!’ But who has room in their garden for all of them? Like everyone, gardeners want to get the most from the money they spend. Be inspired by this power-packed half-day workshop which is taught by an award-winning landscape architect. Learn the fundamentals of smart garden design so that you can purchase with purpose and bring home the best plants for your garden. Explore your own ideal style, and discover how to create year-round beauty, protect the environment and save money by selecting winning plants. Note: This is a one day workshop, with an hour lunch. Course number: 601073 Sect 01 › Oct 12 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 30 Goodnick • Sat 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $20

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➜ Sustainable Garden Design Walkabout

Parenting

This walkabout builds on the Sustainable Garden Design Workshop and includes an initial ‘refresher’ of sustainable garden design principles. Alice Keck Memorial Garden is a living, 3-dimensional gallery demonstrating the application of basic design principles. Learn to see garden design as more than a collection of colorful flowers and gain a better understanding of the multiple roles plants can play in the landscape. Gain an appreciation for how form, foliage, density, and visual texture are the building blocks of yearround beauty and interest. Discover how proper plant selections and spacing result in a low-maintenance, environmentally superior landscape.

Note: We welcome children of an appropriate age but please bring only one child to class.

Course number: 601076

➜ Baby Sign Workshop Students learn basic American Sign Language vocabulary to reduce frustration when communicating with their baby/toddler. Baby sign language can lead to a rich, satisfying language routine and enhance the parent/child relationship. Babies in arms are welcome, but the focus of the class is for the adult to learn signs to use at home/school with a child. Note: RN/LVN, CNA contact hours: 4.

Sect 01 › Oct 26 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 29 Goodnick • Sat 9 am - 12:30 pm • Tuition: $18

Course number: 251301 Sect 01 › Oct 12 - Oct 19 • 2 sessions • Wake, Rm 17 Walsh • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $20 • Materials: $5

Local Culture

➜ Child Advocacy

➜ Christmas in Santa Barbara: Then and Now Bear and bull fights were held near State Street during the holiday season in ‘Old’ Santa Barbara, and Yankees from the East decorated their barn ladders as Christmas trees. Discover more about these and other little-known facts about Santa Barbara’s culturally diverse holiday traditions. Beginning with Crespi’s 1769 diary entry, explore Spanish Pastorela Christmas Plays, Posadas and pinatas, Italian floating parades of lights, various ‘Santas’, and snow barrels at the Coral Casino. You will be charmed by this educational and delightful pictorial account of Santa Barbara’s transformation from Mexican pueblo, to Yankee village, to 21st century cross-cultural holiday melting pot.

Children have legal rights too, and need effective advocates! Become acquainted with the basic concepts in child advocacy and familiarize yourself with professionals and organizations who promote the optimal development of children and family systems. Become an effective advocate yourself by learning about the individuals or advocacy organizations protecting children’s rights. Examine these topics from a variety of perspectives, both theoretical and cultural, and equip yourself with the facts and skills you need to advocate effectively for children. Course number: 251307 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Schott, Rm 3 Bell • Tue 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $100

Course number: 001437 Sect 01 › Dec 7 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 3 Lang • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $10

➜ Coastal Treasures - Santa Barbara’s Waterfront and the Gaviota Coast Community members work hard to preserve and protect many of Santa Barbara’s unique areas. Discover why tourists and residents alike flock to the coast. Learn behind the scenes information as a result of citizens dedicated to three words - protect, preserve and enhance. Topics to be covered include Santa Barbara’s Waterfront, Naples, and the Gaviota Coast. Join panel discussions and learn more about your local coastal treasures.

Pregnant women and new moms - these yoga exercises are aimed at encouraging freedom of movement, strength, stamina, flexibility and toning of muscles. Learn how to compose a birth plan, the role of the labor support person, and issues relating to changing body image. Acquire skills and information about the power and intensity of labor, establishing a positive breastfeeding relationship, strategies to encourage bonding, holistic baby care, and postpartum care of your new family. A great place to meet other moms and moms-tobe! Babies are welcome in class. Note: Please bring your own mat to class. Infants in arms most welcome in class.

Note: Class subsidized by generous donation by Das Williams.

Course number: 251302

Course number: 001436

Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 31 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Spirka • Thu 5:30 pm - 7 pm • Tuition: $120

Sect 01 › Oct 9 - Oct 16 • 2 sessions • Schott, Rm 31 McCammon • Wed 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm • Tuition: $12

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➜ Childbirth Yoga Pregnancy, Labor, Birth and Postpartum

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➜ Developing Meaningful Relationships with Children

➜ Growing Times III: Parenting the Preschool Child

Do you want to have a deeper and tender relationship with children in your life? Explore how this is possible as you investigate the underlying meaning of children’s behavior. You’ll discover why parents often find themselves parenting their children in the very same way they were parented. Insights in this area can lead to you to better understand your current parenting choices while you explore new strategies. In addition, you will identify community resources that are available to further support you with your goal of developing a more meaningful relationship with children.

Parents and caregivers with children two and a half to five years of age meet weekly to learn to develop a safe and stimulating environment with age appropriate activities for preschoolers. Parents learn about typical stages of development through child observation, direct participation with other families, and informal discussion groups. The skills learned in this class promote positive parenting attitudes and healthy parent-child relationships.

Note: MFT/LCSW contact hours: 3. Course number: 251308 Sect 01 › Sep 21 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 17 Lang • Sat 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $15

➜ Growing Times I: Parenting Toddlers (18-24 months) Parents and caregivers with children 18 - 24 months of age meet weekly to learn to develop a safe and stimulating environment with age appropriate activities for toddlers. Parents learn about typical stages of development through child observation, direct participation with other families, and informal discussion groups. The skills learned in this class promote positive parenting attitudes and healthy parent-child relationships. Course number: 251287 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 1 • 4 sessions • Cambridge Dr. Comm. Church Aziz • Tue 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $40 • Materials: $5

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Sect 02 › Oct 15 - Nov 5 • 4 sessions • Cambridge Dr. Comm. Church Aziz • Tue 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $40 • Materials: $5

Note: Section 01: Ages 2 - 5 years with adult; Section 02: Ages 3 - 5 years with adult. Course number: 251289 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 17 • 6 sessions • UCSB Family Student Housing Kerwin • Thu 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 24 - Dec 5 • 6 sessions • UCSB Family Student Housing Kerwin • Thu 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $5

➜ Growing Times IV: Parenting Children Aged 2 - 5 Years Parents and caregivers with children two to five years of age meet weekly to learn to develop a safe and stimulating environment with age appropriate activities for preschoolers. Parents learn about typical stages of development through child observation, direct participation with other families, and informal discussion groups. The skills learned in this class promote positive parenting attitudes and healthy parent-child relationships. Course number: 251309 Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Oct 4 • 4 sessions • Cambridge Dr. Comm. Church Aziz • Fri 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $40 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 18 - Nov 8 • 4 sessions • Cambridge Dr. Comm. Church Aziz • Fri 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $40 • Materials: $5

➜ Growing Times II: Parenting the Two to Three Year Old Child

➜ How to Respond to Tears, Fears, and Tantrums

Parents and caregivers with children two to three years of age meet weekly to learn to develop a safe and stimulating environment with age appropriate activities for toddlers. Parents learn about typical stages of development through child observation, direct participation with other families, and informal discussion groups. The skills learned in this class promote positive parenting attitudes and healthy parent-child relationships.

This course helps parents discover the reasons for challenging emotions and teaches compassionate and effective ways to respond to a crying, angry, or frightened child. Parents will learn strategies to resolve children’s sleep problems, reduce aggressive behavior and hyperactivity, and increase children’s self-confidence. Course is designed for parents and others involved with children from birth to age eight.

Course number: 251288

Note: RN/LVN, CNA, MFT/LCSW contact hours: 4.

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 15 • 6 sessions • UCSB Family Student Housing Kerwin • Tue 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $5

Course number: 251280

Sect 03 › Sep 11 - Oct 2 • 4 sessions • Cambridge Dr. Comm. Church Aziz • Wed 9:30 am - 11:30 pm • Tuition: $40 • Materials: $5

Sect 01 › Oct 19 • 1 session • Schott, Rm 28 Stevenson • Sat 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $20

Sect 04 › Oct 16 - Nov 6 • 4 sessions • Cambridge Dr. Comm. Church Aziz • Wed 9:30 am - 11:30 pm • Tuition: $40 • Materials: $5 Sect 02 › Oct 22 - Dec 3 • 6 sessions • UCSB Family Student Housing Kerwin • Tue 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $5

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➜ Discipline Without Punishment or Rewards Parents and teachers of newborns to pre-adolescents learn how to raise cooperative, responsible, and self-disciplined children. Topics include the pitfalls of punishments and rewards, the basic techniques of democratic discipline, and three reasons for inappropriate behavior. Students will learn how to change unwanted behavior by recognizing and meeting children’s needs. Course number: 251281 Sect 01 › Oct 5 ��� 1 session • Schott, Rm 30 Solter • Sat 9 am - 1 pm • Tuition: $20

➜ Infant Times I: Newborn to Crawling Infant Times I provides current information about infant development, stimulation, and ‘self-calming’ techniques. Class also provides opportunities for sharing and discussion of timely questions from new parents. Parents learn infant massage techniques, stimulating songs, and how to make hand-made toys/ equipment and play games.

PARENTING EDUCATION …because kids don’t come with instructions! Come learn positive parenting attitudes and how to create your healthy parent-child relationship in a safe and stimulating environment with age appropriate activities for infants and children age 6 months to 5 years. Parents and caregivers with children learn about typical stages of development through observation, participation with other families, and discussion. CHILD’S AGE

AGE APPROPRIATE CLASSES Music Times I

Music Times II

Toddler Times

(6-12 mo.)

(12-18 mo.)

(12-18 mo.)

18-30 Months

Growing Times I

Music Times III

Pequeños Cantantes

(12-30 mo.)

(12-30 mo.)

(12-30 mo.)

2-5 Years

Growing Times II

Growing Times III

(2-3 yrs.)

(3-5 yrs.)

Squish, Splatter & Roll

Growing Times IV

Music Times IV

(2.5-5 yrs.)

(2.5-5 yrs.)

6-18 Months

Course number: 251296 Sect 01 › Sep 12 - Oct 10 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Barreto • Thu 10:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38 Sect 02 › Oct 17 - Nov 14 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Barreto • Thu 10:30 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $38

➜ Infant Times II: Crawling to Walking Course provides information about infant development, stimulation and ‘self-calming’ techniques for crawling and walking infants. Class also provides opportunities for sharing and discussion of timely questions from new parents. Parents learn infant massage techniques, stimulating songs, and how to make hand-made toys/ equipment and play games. Course number: 251297 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 7 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Walsh • Mon 4 pm - 5:30 pm • Tuition: $38 Sect 02 › Oct 14 - Nov 18 • 5 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Walsh • Mon 4 pm - 5:30 pm • Tuition: $38

2-5 Years

(2.5-5 yrs.)

Parents & Children in the Park

Pequeños Cantantes (2.5-5 yrs.)

(2.5-5 yrs.)

In addition to Parenting Education classes, parents and caregivers may be interested in these classes and special workshops:

Childbirth Yoga Pregnancy, Labor, Birth and Postpartum Course number 251302

➜ Music Times I: For Parents Of Babies Aged 6 - 12 Months Class explores the power of rhythm, melody, tonality and beat. Students learn how music nurtures children’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development while strengthening the bond between parent and child. Participants are exposed to various genres of music, play a variety of instruments, listen to stories with dramatization and puppets, and learn songs, rhymes, sign language and finger plays in an interactive environment. Students also learn how music can be used as a tool to guide daily routines and transitions.

Baby Sign Workshop Course number 251302

Healthy Foods for Children Course number 251302

Raising Resilient Teens: Love, Guidance and Values Course number 251302

Course number: 251293 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 28 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Barreto • Mon 9:15 am - 10:15 am • Tuition: $40

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➜ Music Times II: For Parents of Walkers Aged 12–18 Months In this course, parents and children ages 12 - 18 months explore the power of rhythm, melody, tonality and beat. Parents learn how music nurtures children’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development and strengthens the bond between parent and child. Participants will be exposed to various genres of music, play a wide variety of instruments, listen to stories with dramatization and puppets, and learn songs, rhymes, and finger plays in an interactive environment.

Class meets in various local parks and teaches students how to participate with 2 1/2 to 5 year old children in sensory activities, story-time, and age-appropriate crafts to enhance children’s physical, emotional, intellectual and social development and strengthen parent/child relationships. Class includes discussion of relevant parenting issues. Students should bring a snack. The list of park locations for the term will be distributed at the first class. Course number: 251292

Course number: 251310

Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Oct 21 • 6 sessions • Oak Park Lang • Mon 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $10

Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Oct 28 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Barreto • Mon 10:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $40

Sect 02 › Oct 28 - Dec 9 • 6 sessions • Oak Park Lang • Mon 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $10

➜ Music Times III: For Parents of Children Aged 18–30 months

➜ Raising Resilient Teens: Love, Guidance and Values

In this course, parents and children ages 18-30 months explore the power of rhythm, melody, tonality and beat. Parents learn how music nurtures children’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development and strengthens the bond between parent and child. Participants will be exposed to various genres of music, play a wide variety of instruments, listen to stories with dramatization and puppets, and learn songs, rhymes, and finger plays in an interactive environment.

Parents of adolescents often find their child’s behavior confusing, frustrating, and then, unexpectedly, quite delightful. Adolescence is a time of growth, extremes and paradoxes. Learn about the physical, hormonal, emotional and moral/ethical changes experienced by the 12-17 year old. Examine media, societal and peer influences, communications skills, Rites of Passage, and strategies to mediate conflict. Share your fears, frustrations, hope. Explore your new phase of parenting and learn ways to enjoy your adolescent child.

Course number: 251294

Course number: 251305

Sect 01 › Sep 13 - Nov 1 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Thust • Fri 9:45 am - 10:45 am • Tuition: $40

Sect 01 › Oct 8 - Oct 22 • 3 sessions • Wake, Rm 28 Jacobs • Tue 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $30

➜ Music Times IV: For Parents of Children aged 2.5–5 years

➜ Squish, Splatter and Roll

Music Times IV is for parents and their children ages 2.5 - 5 years. In this course, parents and children explore the power of rhythm, melody, tonality and beat. Parents learn how music nurtures children’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development and strengthens the bond between parent and child. Participants will be exposed to various genres of music, play a wide variety of instruments, listen to stories with dramatization and puppets, and learn songs, rhymes, finger plays in an interactive environment.

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➜ Parents and Children in Parks

Parents and caregivers with children three to five years of age participate in a stimulating environment that teaches ageappropriate art experiences to enhance development. Parents facilitate children’s artistic exploration using a variety of art materials, media, recipes and sensory experiences. Parents learn how creative expression leads to children’s growth and development. Course number: 251291

Course number: 251295

Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 16 • 6 sessions • UCSB Family Student Housing Kerwin • Wed 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $10

Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Oct 29 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Thust • Tue 9:45 am - 10:45 am • Tuition: $40

Sect 02 › Oct 23 - Dec 4 • 6 sessions • UCSB Family Student Housing Kerwin • Wed 9:30 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $10

➜ Toddler Times

Please register early to ensure your class will run.

Parents learn how toddlers aged 12-18 months learn through songs, finger plays, toys, crafts, puppets and books in order to expand language, sensory learning and physical independence. Students explore and create age-appropriate play and communication in a joyful, stimulating environment.

Register today!

Course number: 251298 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 30 • 8 sessions • Wake, Rm 15 Thust • Wed 9:45 am - 11:15 am • Tuition: $60 • Materials: $5

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Science & Nature

➜ Natural History Hikes

➜ Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Beginning Class teaches how to recognize a wide variety of birds unique to the Santa Barbara area. Students visit local habitats, including beaches, sloughs, creeks and woodlands, to observe the birds and discuss their behavior, migration patterns and geographical distribution. Class emphasizes basic appreciation and identification of birds in the field. Transportation to field trip sites is not provided. In collaboration with Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Course number: 019008 Sect 01 › Sep 16 - Nov 4 • 8 sessions • SB Museum of Natural History Fagan Coulter • Mon 8:30 am - 10:30 am • Tuition: $80

The class is designed to familiarize students with local hiking trails. Students will learn about the geology, flora, and fauna of Santa Barbara trails. Most hikes will have an elevation gain of 500 to 1000 feet and students should have the ability to hike four to five miles at a moderate pace. Students may wish to bring a walking stick or trekking poles, cameras, and binoculars, but dogs are not allowed on the trails. In collaboration with Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History; Los Padres National Forest Service. Course number: 001427 Sect 01 › Sep 24 - Nov 19 • 8 sessions • SB Museum of Natural History Timbrook • Tue 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $96 Sect 02 › Sep 26 - Nov 21 • 7 sessions • SB Museum of Natural History Timbrook • Thu 9 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $96

➜ Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Intermediate

In collaboration with Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Course number: 019078 Sect 01 › Sep 18 - Nov 13 • 9 sessions • SB Museum of Natural History Lentz • Wed 8 am - 10 am • Tuition: $90

➜ Fall Medicinal and Edible Plants Enjoy a slide show of medicinal, edible, useful and poisonous plants that are present in the fall in the Santa Barbara backcountry. Learn about their uses, preparation, botanical characteristics and preparation. Discover and explore some basic principles of herbal medicine and healing that are both inspiring and informative.

Woodworking ➜ Wood Product Manufacturing Methods Students produce detail parts and assemble wood products using production methods and techniques. Students use hand and powered woodworking tools and equipment to produce predetermined products such as toys and jewelry boxes. Quality control methods will be utilized to insure all products meet design specifications. All raw materials and supplies are furnished. All finished products are donated to a local charity organization for distribution to needy families. Note: Tuition fee covered through private donations. Course number: 909337 Sect 01 › Sep 10 - Nov 12 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 10 Scheftic • Tue 9 am - 11:30 am

Note: RN/LVN, CNA Contact hours: 2.

➜ Woodworking Woodshop

Course number: 019119

Experience the joy and satisfaction of creating a wood project. Students learn to use hand and power tools efficiently and safely. The first project for beginning students enables the student to build a useful item of wood while learning how to select proper materials, use appropriate equipment, cut, fit, assemble, and finish the project. The first class is a mandatory safety class. Returning students welcome.

Sect 01 › Oct 5 • 1 session • Wake, Rm 28 Reinhart • Sat 10 am - 12 pm • Tuition: $10

➜ The Night Sky Using the Planetarium, students will learn to recognize the constellations of the night sky and track the motions of planets. Additional topics from astronomy and mythology will be used to help us to understand our place in the universe. In collaboration with Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Course number: 019115 Sect 01 › Sep 11 - Oct 9 • 5 sessions • SB Museum of Natural History, Gladwin Planetarium Stark • Wed 5 pm - 6 pm • Tuition: $25

Course number: 909339 Sect 01 › Sep 9 - Nov 4 • 9 sessions • Wake, Rm 10 Scheftic • Mon 9 am - 11:30 am • Tuition: $113 • Materials: $10 Sect 02 › Sep 11 - Nov 13 • 10 sessions • Wake, Rm 10 Scheftic • Wed 6 pm - 8:30 pm • Tuition: $125 • Materials: $10

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Using more advanced approaches, students learn how to recognize the wide variety of birds unique to the Santa Barbara area. Students visit local habitats, including beaches, sloughs, creeks and woodlands to observe the birds and discuss their behavior, migration patterns and geographical distribution. Class emphasizes appreciation and identification of birds in the field. Transportation to field trip sites is not provided.

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WEEKEND & EVENING CLASSES

Weekend & Evening Classes: We’ve Got You Covered! CLL classes are offered on weekdays, evenings and weekends – to accommodate every schedule. Here is a list of weekend and evening classes to help you plan your term.

Weekend (Saturday) Classes • Apparitions and the After-Life - A Scientific Exploration..........35 • Applications Aromatherapy............................................................32 • Attracting Abundance..................................................................... 36 • Baby Sign Workshop........................................................................61 • Beginning Bow and Arrow Making................................................14 • Beginning Oil Painting.......................................................................7 • Ceramics: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced.................... 17 • Change your Body by Changing Your Mind................................32 • Chinese Brush Painting and Meditation.........................................8 • Christmas in Santa Barbara: Then and Now................................61 • Color Printmaking with Solarplate..................................................9 • Compassionate Communication.................................................. 36 • Cooking Fresh from the Farmer’s Market.....................................57 • Current Events.................................................................................. 49 • Design Like a Pro Workshop: Demystifying Sustainable Garden................................................. 60 • Developing Meaningful Relationships with Children................ 62 • Discipline Without Punishment or Rewards............................... 63 • Dreams-Insights and Revelations..................................................37 • Easy Printmaking with Solarplate..................................................10 • Emotional Freedom Technique Quick and Easy Hints for Successful ‘Tapping’............................37 • Empowerment Through Dreamwork!......................................... 39 • Estate Planning Fundamentals...................................................... 46 • Estrogen is a Healing Hormone.....................................................32 • Exploring the Riches of Transpersonal Psychology.................. 38 • Fall Medicinal and Edible Plants.................................................... 65 • Finding Buried Treasure: Overcoming Your Clutter.................. 39 • Finding the Voice of Your Business.............................................. 46 • Focusing: A Mindful Approach to Wellness................................ 38 • Forgiveness: The Final Frontier..................................................... 38 • Health Care Reform, Understanding the Affordable Care Act (ACA)............................33 • Health, Psychological and Spiritual, and the ‘Enneagram’....... 39 • Highlights of Life-Span Psychology Create Your Own Personal Milestones........................................ 39 • How to Enjoy Anger........................................................................ 40 • How to Respond to Tears, Fears, and Tantrums........................ 62 • Indigenous Healing and Dream Interpretation in Southern Africa..................................... 38 • QuickBooks Pro (Introduction and Intermediate classes)....... 46 • Jewelry Making with Silver Precious Metal Clay.........................19 • Life, Death and Afterlife.................................................................. 40 • Living the Paradox of Enlightenment........................................... 40 • Mature Driver Initial and Renewal courses..................................35 • Mobilizing Divine Love, Joy and Wisdom................................... 40 • Modern Shamanic Healing Methods Discover Your Own Spirit Resources............................................ 40 • Nordic Walking Workshop............................................................. 28 • Printmaking Like a Pro.....................................................................12

• Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft........................................ 45 • Publishing in the 21st Century: Marketing Your Muse...............53 • Quilting and Patchwork...................................................................21 •S  alute to Sushi.................................................................................. 58 •S  aturday Stone Carving, Beginners to Intermediate..................12 • Serenity in the Fast Lane: Disappearing Stress........................... 42 • Sewing For Everyone....................................................................... 22 • Shrug the Bug: Using Yoga and Ayurveda to Stay Healthy...... 34 • Smart Financial Planning: How to Plan to Succeed.................. 46 • Soul Constellations for Guidance and Healing.......................... 42 • SoulCollage: An Artful Path to Inner Wisdom............................ 43 • Sources of Energy for Health......................................................... 34 • Sustainable Garden Design Walkabout.........................................61 • The Alchemy of Spices - Vegetarian and Vegan Cooking........ 59 • The Magic Makeover....................................................................... 30 • The Secrets of Men’s Depression The Plight of Wounded and Wounding Men.............................. 43 • Time Management: How to Manage Your Best Resource........47 • Transforming Talent into Income................................................. 46 • Vocal Sound Healing Journey....................................................... 43 • What’s it Worth?................................................................................13 • Windows 8 Overview.......................................................................55 • Work at Home as a Medical Transcriptionist...............................47 • Writing Our Lives into Being...........................................................53 • Young at Heart.................................................................................. 34

Clases en español • Yoga: Como reducir el estrés y mejorar su salud.......................31 • Medicina natural usando hierbas y la alimentación...................31

Evening Classes • A Director’s Vision - A History....................................................... 49 • A Taste of Jewelry: Wire Wrapping................................................18 • A Virtuoso Season: A Guide to CAMA’s Current Season........... 22 •A  cting Ensemble Workshop........................................................... 22 •A  cting for Stage and Film............................................................... 22 •A  dventures in Medical Hypnosis................................................... 36 •A  ikido - Intermediate.......................................................................27 • American Riviera Cuisine: California and the Classics.............. 56 •A  ntiques and Art: Mystery, Culture, Economy and Innovation..................................7 •A  pplicious - Cooking with Apples................................................ 56 • Are You Prepared For Retirement?............................................... 45 •A  utumn Market Vegetables............................................................ 56 • Ayurveda - An Introduction............................................................32 • Ayurvedic Tanmatra Chikitsa: Balancing the Five Senses..........32 • Ballroom Boot Camp........................................................................27 • Basic Fiction.......................................................................................53 • Bead Creations I: String, Crimp, Knot, Wrap and More.............18 • Bead Creations II...............................................................................19

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• Jewelry Workshop............................................................................19 • Kitchen Fundamentals: Knife Skills............................................... 58 • Long Term Care: Myths and Realities............................................33 • Lost Wax Casting...............................................................................33 • Macho without Meat........................................................................19 • Manage Your Own Portfolio.......................................................... 58 • Meet, Mingle and Cook................................................................... 45 • Meridians of Acupressure................................................................33 • Mind and Supermind: Expanding the Limits of Consciousness.......................................35 • Mobilizing Your Healing Force...................................................... 34 • Navigating the Medicare Maze...................................................... 34 • New World Cuisine.......................................................................... 59 • Notary Public Commission............................................................ 24 • Orchestra: A Class for All Levels.................................................... 24 • Past Life Regression Workshop......................................................41 • Performance Singing....................................................................... 24 • Pilates-Yoga: Core Strength, Flexibility and Balance................ 29 • Playing the Guitar for Beginners................................................... 24 •P  laying the Ukulele: Intermediate & Today not Tomorrow..... 24 •P  ortuguese........................................................................................ 50 • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Healing With the Tearless Trauma Technique........................................................................... 42 • Preparing for Your Singing Audition............................................. 24 • Qi Gong............................................................................................. 29 • Quilting and Patchwork...................................................................21 •R  aising Resilient Teens: Love, Guidance and Values................. 64 • Savvy Social Security Planning: What Baby Boomers Need to Know............................................. 46 • Self-Hypnosis for True Personal Mastery.................................... 42 • Sewing Tips and Techniques.......................................................... 22 • Singing from the Heart: Basics of Singing................................... 24 •S  mart Carb Holiday Cooking......................................................... 58 •S  ocially Responsible and Faith-Based Investing........................ 45 • Songwriting Playshop......................................................................25 • Spanish language (various levels)..................................................51 •S  panish Through Culture and Literature......................................52 • Specialized Jewelry Techniques................................................... 20 • Stories in Art - American Art and Artists.......................................13 • Stress Break and Basic Massage.................................................... 34 •S  uperb Sauces.................................................................................. 59 •T  ai Ji: 24 Movements....................................................................... 30 •T  he Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology............................. 43 •T  he Night Sky.................................................................................... 65 •T  he Role of Music in Film................................................................25 • The Total Workout........................................................................... 30 •T  he Vegetarian Gourmet................................................................ 59 •T  hey Really Like Me! How to Shine in a Public Performance...25 • Vocal Harmony in the Doo Wop Style..........................................25 • When Life Gives You Lemons........................................................ 59 •W  oodworking Woodshop.............................................................. 65 •Y  oga.................................................................................................... 30 •Y  our Nutrition and the Environment: Shopping, Cooking, Eating..............................................................35 •Z  umba.................................................................................................31

WEEKEND & EVENING CLASSES

• Beginning Drawing: Introduction to the Human Figure.............7 • Beginning Piano Level 1...................................................................23 • Beginning Watercolor: Painting with the Flow.............................8 • Beginning West Coast Swing Dance for the Social Dance Floor...............................................................27 • Bronze Casting....................................................................................8 • Calligraphic Arts................................................................................14 • Ceramics: An Option for Friday Night........................................... 17 • Ceramics: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced.................... 17 • Chicken and Egg.............................................................................. 56 • Childbirth Yoga - Pregnancy, Labor, Birth and Postpartum.....61 • Chocolate Mania...............................................................................57 • Clay Portraiture...................................................................................8 • Coastal Treasures - Santa Barbara’s Waterfront and the Gaviota Coast....................................................................................61 • Collage and Mixed Media..................................................................8 • Combining Pastel and Watercolor to Enhance Your Painting Dynamics...............................................9 • Conflict Recognition Navigating Creative Options and Outcomes...............................37 • Cook Italian- the Four Seasons......................................................57 • Creative Art Critique...........................................................................9 • Creative Spiral: Spirited, Passionate, Intuitive, Real, Authentic Living.......................................................................37 • Creativity and Finding One’s Authentic Voice...............................9 • Decorative Ceramics........................................................................18 • Drop Dead Gorgeous: Costume Design and Construction for the Enthusiast............................................ 20 • Eliminate Negative Beliefs with the Phoenix Effect Process....37 • Emotional Intelligence What, How & Why We Feel & Think Entrepreneurship............. 38 • Essence of Opera..............................................................................23 • Expressive Figure Drawing.............................................................. 11 • Family History Research: Beginning to Intermediate............... 60 • Figure Drawing.................................................................................. 11 • Figure Drawing and Painting.......................................................... 11 • Find the Love of Your Life............................................................... 38 • Flower Arranging...............................................................................15 • French (various levels)..................................................................... 49 • French for Travelers......................................................................... 50 • French through Songs and Poetry................................................ 50 • German (various levels).................................................................. 50 • Getting Started, Getting Good, and Getting Your Fiction Published............................................................................................52 • Glass Fusing.......................................................................................16 • Gluten Free Cooking........................................................................57 • Good Lovin’: Creating and Sustaining a Lasting Relationship..................................................................... 29 • Healing With Therapeutic Touch...................................................32 • How To Run Your Own Brain - For A Change............................ 40 • Improvisation for Beginners: Time to Have Some Fun..............23 • ImproVoice.........................................................................................23 • Individualized Sewing..................................................................... 20 • Intermediate and Advanced Glass Fusing....................................16 • Introduction to Aikido..................................................................... 28 • Italian - Beginning Conversation.................................................. 50 • Japanese Thread Balls/ Temari: Level 1........................................16 • Japanese Thread Balls/ Temari: Level 2........................................16 • Jazz Appreciation and History.......................................................23 • Jazz Combo Workshop.................................................................. 24 • Jewelry Soldering - Information, Focus, Practice......................19

Clases en español • Autoestima, salud y bienestar para la mujer................................31 • Relajación y meditación guiada.....................................................31

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CEUs FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for Licensed Health Care & Mental Health Professionals New for Fall 2013: All CEU units are free! There is no additional charge for CEUs (tuition & any lab or materials fees will be charged). CLL offers many classes for which professionals may earn CEUs. SBCC Continuing Education is authorized to issue continuing education credits (CEUs) to eligible professionals in the courses so designated in this schedule. Students must register on time at the first class meeting for CEU credits. New for Fall 2013: All CEU units are free! There is no charge for CEUs.

• Emotional Freedom Technique Quick and Easy Hints for Successful ‘Tapping’........................ 37 • Empowerment Through Dreamwork!...................................... 39 • Estrogen is a Healing Hormone................................................. 32 • Exploring the Riches of Transpersonal Psychology............... 38 • Fall Medicinal and Edible Plants................................................. 65 • Find the Love of Your Life............................................................ 38 • Finding Buried Treasure: Overcoming Your Clutter............... 39 • Forgiveness: The Final Frontier.................................................. 38

• RN/LVN CEUs are approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider 01368.

• Good Lovin’: Creating and Sustaining a Lasting Relationship.................................................................. 39

• CNA CEUs are authorized by the California Department of Public Health.

• Healing With Therapeutic Touch............................................... 32

• MFT/LCSW CEUs as noted in this schedule are offered for courses which meet the qualifications for continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, Provider PCE 684.

• How to Respond to Tears, Fears, and Tantrums..................... 62

• Students must register within fifteen (15) minutes of the starting time of the class. • Students must sign in at the beginning of each class, and sign out of each class in order to be registered for CEUs. • Check with your licensing agencies to determine if CEUs may be awarded more than once for the same class.

• How to Enjoy Anger.....................................................................40 • How To Run Your Own Brain - For A Change.........................40 • Living the Paradox of Enlightenment........................................40 • Meridians of Acupressure............................................................ 32 • Mobilizing Your Healing Force................................................... 34 • Past Life Regression Workshop.................................................. 41 • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Healing With the Tearless Trauma Technique.........................42 • Practicing Mindfulness - Harmony, Health, Happiness.........42 • Self-Hypnosis for True Personal Mastery.................................42 • Serenity in the Fast Lane: Disappearing Stress........................42

COURSES OFFERING CEUs

• SoulCollage: An Artful Path to Inner Wisdom......................... 43 • Sources of Energy for Health...................................................... 34

• Adventures in Medical Hypnosis................................................ 36

• Spanish 1 - 9................................................................................... 51

• Applications Aromatherapy........................................................ 32

• Spanish Through Culture and Literature.................................. 52

• Attracting Abundance.................................................................. 36

• Spanish: Conversation through Soap Operas......................... 52

• Ayurveda - An Introduction........................................................ 32

• Stress Break and Basic Massage................................................. 34

• Baby Sign Workshop.................................................................... 61

• The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology.......................... 43

• Change your Body by Changing Your Mind............................ 32 • Compassionate Communication............................................... 36 • Conflict Recognition Navigating Creative Options and Outcomes........................... 37 • Developing Meaningful Relationships with Children............. 62 • Dreams-Insights and Revelations.............................................. 37

• The Secrets of Men’s Depression The Plight of Wounded and Wounding Men........................... 43 • Young at Heart............................................................................... 34 • Your Nutrition and the Environment: Shopping, Cooking, Eating.......................................................... 35

• Eliminate Negative Beliefs with the Phoenix Effect Process................................................ 37

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Lectures & Event Series The Center for Lifelong Learning recently launched CLL Presents, the exciting new lecture & special event series. We invite the community to meet and hear from leading experts about timely local and global topics. Each term, CLL Presents includes the extremely popular Mind & Supermind and Self-Esteem: Seek It and Keep It events. The Spring 2013 series included internationally renowned guest speakers Jeffrey Cole, Director of the USC Annenberg School for Communication’s Center for the Digital Future, and California State University Channel Islands’ Institute for Global Economic Research Director Dr. Sung Won Sohn.

Presenter: Bob Harper, Author of "The HSA Strategy: The Future of Health Insurance in America" Dates: Sat., Sept 14 OR Sept 28, 9am-12pm Tuition: $15 Location: Schott Campus, Tannahill Auditorium Course number: 608692

Are you prepared for health care reform? Learn how to make the most of the biggest change in health care in the 50 year history of Medicare and Medicaid. This event will help you get a better grasp of the Affordable Care Act, and feel confident in your decisions for yourself and your family to prepare for the upcoming open enrollment starting in October.

Indigenous Healing and Dream Interpretation in Southern Africa

Coastal Treasures: Santa Barbara’s Waterfront and the Gaviota Coast

Presenter: David Cumes, M.D.

Moderator: Cathie McCammon Panelists include: Ken Palley, Scott Riedman, Betsy Cramer, Mike Lunsford, Marc Chytilo

Dates: 2-Part Series - Sat., Sept. 21 and Oct. 12, 10am-12pm Tuition: $20 Location: Schott Campus, Tannahill Auditorium Course number: 202635

Primal knowledge in Africa teaches how to contact information from the ‘Field’, and African wisdom teaches that dreams are frequently scripted by our spirit guides to be instructional. ‘Sangomas’ are healers, priests and prophets of the Bantu peoples of Southern Africa. Discover the sophisticated psycho-spiritual technology available to sangomas including an indigenous approach to dreams and health treatments. Explore the possibility of connecting with your own ancestors.

Self-Esteem: Seek It and Keep It Special guest lecturer: Erin Graffy, Historian & Author Date: Fri., Oct 18, 1pm - 1:30pm Tuition: Offered to the public free of charge Co-sponsor: Santa Barbara Council for Self-Esteem Location: Schott Campus, Tannahill Auditorium Course number: 202635

The Santa Barbara Council for Self Esteem is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to inspire and motivate others to create positive change in their lives. Guest speakers share life experiences, encouraging the development of nurturing self-esteem. Students assess self-esteem in their lives and learn strategies to improve and maintain a healthy sense of self-worth.

Health Care Reform: Understanding the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

CLL PRESENTS: LECTURES & EVENT SERIES

CLL Presents:

Dates: 2-Part Series - Weds., Oct. 9 & 16, 5:15pm - 7:15pm Tuition: $12 Location: Schott Campus, Tannahill Auditorium Course number: 001436

Discover why tourists and residents alike flock to the coast. Learn behind the scenes information as a result of citizens dedicated to three words - protect, preserve and enhance. Topics include Santa Barbara’s Waterfront, Naples, and the Gaviota Coast. Learn more about your local coastal treasures. Thanks to the generous support of Das Williams, the tuition fee for this special 2-part event has been reduced to $12.

Mind and Supermind: Expanding the Limits of Consciousness “How to Bring Heaven to Earth” Special guest lecturer: Jim Kwako, M.D. Date: Fri., Oct 25, 7:30-9:30pm Tuition: $6 Location: Schott Campus, Tannahill Auditorium Course number: 001436

Heaven is a state of consciousness connected to our higher intelligence, love and joy. It is an ancient term for an expanding concept of our source of truth, purpose and meaning of life. Current research studies, professional experiences and personal observations reveal reasons to be optimistic about the support from Heaven available to all of us. Dr. Kwako will discuss higher states of awareness, obstacles to finding them and ways to access them. Heaven is already part of who we are. SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2013 69


CAMPUS MAPS

Map of Schott Campus

Map of Wake Campus

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Primary Locations

OAK PARK 600 block of Junipero Street

SCHOTT CAMPUS 310 W. Padre Street Santa Barbara, CA 93105 (805) 687-0812

SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 2559 Puesta del Sol Road

WAKE CAMPUS 300 N. Turnpike Road Santa Barbara, CA 93111 (805) 964-6853 For driving directions & parking information, visit www.sbcc.edu/CLL

SANTA BARBARA SAILING CENTER 133 Harbor Way

DIRECTORY OF LOCATIONS

Directory of Locations

SBCC – ECC 40 721 Cliff Drive (Loma Alta Dr., access from Cliff Dr. or Shoreline Dr.)

Carpinteria

SBCC – PE113 721 Cliff Drive (Loma Alta Dr., access from Cliff Dr. or Shoreline Dr.)

CARPINTERIA VETERANS MEMORIAL BUILDING 941 Walnut Avenue

ST. VINCENT’S SCHOOL 4200 Calle Real

Goleta & Isla Vista CAMBRIDGE DRIVE COMMUNITY CHURCH 550 Cambridge Drive GOLETA VALLEY JR. HIGH SCHOOL 6110 Stow Canyon Road

Santa Barbara AIKIDO OF SANTA BARBARA 121 North Milpas ANDREE CLARK BIRD REFUGE Los Patos Way FREE METHODIST CHURCH 1435 Cliff Drive

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION & POLICIES

Important Information & Policies The Center For Lifelong Learning

REFUND POLICY

SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL) is a new, self-supporting educational program of the college. The CLL mission is to respond to the diverse lifelong learning needs of adult members of the Santa Barbara Community. The CLL Workgroup is an advisory group comprised of 50 teachers and students. After a year of discussion they agreed upon a budget and tuition fee structure for the CLL, and a revenue-sharing plan to compensate CLL teachers.

Students may request a class fee refund before the first class meeting but no later than before the second class meeting. A $10 per class processing fee will be deducted from tuition fee refunds. Processing fees are not assessed for materials fees, lab fees, or classes cancelled by the college. Refunds for the following classes are only available before the first class meeting: food and/or cooking classes, one-day and two-day workshops, day trips, performance and theater tickets. For full details of SBCC CLL Policies and Procedures, please visit www.sbcc.edu/CLL

CLASS FEES Class fees include: • Tuition fees — $5 per hour; hourly rate for workshops and specialized classes may vary. • Materials fees — cover items used in class or taken home by students, e.g. handouts, food for cooking, clay for ceramics.

The Center for Lifelong Learning reserves the right to cancel classes, change times or locations, and change instructors when necessary. Fees are subject to change. In the event of a discrepancy between the printed and online versions of our catalog, information shown online will be considered correct.

• Lab fees — cover specialized supplies, utilities, and personnel costs. • Building fees — cover off-campus rental fees.

CANCELLATION There is no minimum enrollment established by the CLL, with the exception of classes with lab fees. However, if a class does not meet the enrollment anticipated by the instructor, he or she may cancel the class at his/her own discretion. In the event the class is cancelled by the college, the student will receive a full refund or will be able to apply the class fee towards another class.

SBCC is proud to be a Tobacco Free and Smoke Free Campus.

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Index by Category arts Abstract Painting.............................................7 Antiques and Art: Field Trip............................7 Antiques and Art: Mystery, Culture, Economy and Innovation...............................7 Art a la Carte.....................................................7 Art and Craft of Printmaking: Monotypes and Monoprints with Oil Based Ink..............7 Beginning Drawing: Introduction to the Human Figure...............7 Beginning Oil Painting....................................7 Beginning Outdoor Sketching in Pen, Ink and Watercolor........................... 8 Beginning Watercolor: Painting with the Flow................................... 8 Chinese Brush Painting and Meditation..... 8 Botanical Illustration and Nature’s Gems.... 8 Bronze Casting................................................ 8 Clay Portraiture............................................... 8 Collage and Mixed Media.............................. 8 Color and Light: Fresh Watercolor Painting............................ 9 Color Printmaking with Solarplate.............. 9 Combining Pastel and Watercolor to Enhance Your Painting Dynamics........... 9 Creative Art Critique...................................... 9 Creativity and Finding One’s Authentic Voice................................... 9 Drawing Animals............................................. 9 Drawing for the True Beginner.................... 9 Driven to Abstraction: Practical Applications in Abstract Painting............... 10 Easy Printmaking with Solarplate.............. 10 Exploring Watercolor................................... 10 Expressive Figure Drawing........................... 11 Figure Drawing............................................... 11 Figure Drawing and Painting....................... 11 Figure Portrait Drawing Studio................... 11 Intermediate and Advanced Painting........ 11 Intermediate Drawing................................... 11 Introduction to Plein Air Painting: Media, Methods and Equipment................. 11 Light and Shadow in Art...............................12 Modeling the Figure in Clay.........................12 Painting the Abstract Landscape................12 Painting/Drawing Open Workshop............12 Portrait Drawing............................................12 Printmaking Like a Pro..................................12 Santa Barbara Architecture..........................12 Saturday Stone Carving, Beginners to Intermediate...........................12

Splashing Watercolor 1 and 2......................13 Stories in Art - American Art and Artists....13 The Dynamic Palette A Master Class in Color Mixing ..................13 Watercolor - Transparent, Fluid and Fun....13 What’s it Worth?.............................................13

Crafts & Hobbies: General Beginning Basket Weaving Techniques.....14 Beginning Bow and Arrow Making.............14 Beginning Decorative Painting...................14 Bunka Shishu..................................................14 Calligraphic Arts.............................................14 European Floral Design with a Contemporary Twist.........................14 Fabulous Felting.............................................15 Floral Design-Florist Style............................15 Flower Arranging...........................................15 Glass Arts Workshop.....................................15 Glass Fusing....................................................16 Intermediate and Advanced Glass Fusing....................................................16 Japanese Thread Balls/ Temari: Level 1.....16 Japanese Thread Balls/ Temari: Level 2....16 Mosaic Creations...........................................16 Picture Framing ll...........................................16 WOW: Wonders of Weaving........................16 Stained Glass: Leaded, Copper Foil and Mosaics....................................................17 Surface Embroidery.......................................17 Weaving Lab...................................................17

Crafts: Ceramics Ceramics: An Option for Friday Night.......17 Ceramics: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced.................................................17 Ceramics: Porcelain......................................17 Create Ceramic Vases and Planters for Floral Arrangements and Potted Plants... 18 Decorative Ceramics.................................... 18 Intermediate and Advanced Clay Hand Building....................................... 18

Crafts: Jewelry A Taste of Jewelry: Wire Wrapping........... 18 Bead Creations I: String, Crimp, Knot, Wrap and More......... 18 Enameling: Glass on Metal......................... 18 Bead Creations II............................................19 High Style/Low Tech Jewelry Making.......19 Jewelry Soldering Information, Focus, Practice.......................19 Jewelry Making with Silver Precious Metal Clay............................19 Jewelry Workshop.........................................19

Lost Wax Casting...........................................19 Southwest Style Jewelry Making............... 20 Specialized Jewelry Techniques................ 20 The Art of Jewelry Making - Level 1.......... 20

Crafts: Sewing & Quilting Drop Dead Gorgeous: Costume Design and Construction for the Enthusiast......... 20 Individualized Sewing.................................. 20 Patchwork and Quilting: Quilts for Kids....21 Quilters Workshop........................................21 Quilting and Patchwork...............................21 Quiltmaking for Beginners...........................21 Recycle, Repurpose and Refashion............21 Individualized Sewing...................................21 Recycle, Repurpose and Refashion........... 22 Sewing For Everyone................................... 22 Sewing Tips and Techniques...................... 22

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ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE

Music & Performing Arts A Virtuoso Season: A Guide to CAMA’s Current Season............................................. 22 Acting Ensemble Workshop....................... 22 Acting for Stage and Film............................ 22 Beginning Basic Blues Guitar..................... 22 Beginning Electronic Keyboard................. 23 Beginning Piano Level 1.............................. 23 Choral Singing............................................... 23 Improvisation for Beginners: Time to Have Some Fun.............................. 23 Essence of Opera.......................................... 23 ImproVoice.................................................... 23 Intermediate Piano....................................... 23 Jazz Appreciation and History................... 23 Jazz Combo Workshop............................... 24 Orchestra: A Class for All Levels............... 24 Performance Singing................................... 24 Playing the Guitar for Beginners................ 24 Playing the Ukulele: Intermediate............ 24 Playing the Ukulele: Today not Tomorrow................................... 24 Preparing for Your Singing Audition......... 24 Recorder Playing.......................................... 24 Singing from the Heart: Basics of Singing........................................... 24 Songwriting Playshop.................................. 25 The Role of Music in Film............................ 25 They Really Like Me! How to Shine in a Public Performance.... 25 Vocal Harmony in the Doo Wop Style...... 25 continued

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body, mind, spirit

index

Dance, Fitness, Recreation & Personal Aikido - Intermediate................................... 27 Aquatic Arthritis............................................ 27 Ballroom Boot Camp................................... 27 Basic Keelboat Sailing.................................. 27 Beginning West Coast Swing Dance for the Social Dance Floor.......................... 27 Body Mind Wakeup Call.............................. 27 Easy Does It Exercises.................................. 28 Gentle Yoga for Seniors............................... 28 Introduction to Aikido................................. 28 Nia: A Celebration of the Body.................. 28 Nordic Walking Workshop.......................... 28 Nordic Walking, Health Fitness and Fun.... 28 Pilates for Life................................................ 29 Pilates-Yoga: Core Strength, Flexibility and Balance...... 29 Qi Gong.......................................................... 29 Strength and Stability Training for Mature Adults.......................................... 30 Stretch and Strengthen............................... 30 Tai Ji: 24 Movements................................... 30 The Magic Makeover.................................... 30 The Total Workout........................................ 30 World Dance Workout................................. 30 Yoga................................................................. 30 Yoga for Active Seniors.................................31 Zumba..............................................................31 Zumba Gold....................................................31

Estas clases se enseñaran en español Autoestima, salud y bienestar para la mujer...................................................31 Medicina natural usando hierbas y la alimentación.............................31 Relajación y meditación guiada..................31 Yoga en español: Como reducir el estrés y mejorar su salud.........................31

Health Applications Aromatherapy........................ 32 Ayurveda - An Introduction........................ 32 Healing With Therapeutic Touch............... 32 Ayurvedic Tanmatra Chikitsa: Balancing the Five Senses........................... 32 Change your Body by Changing Your Mind............................... 32 Estrogen is a Healing Hormone................. 32 Health Care Reform, Understanding the Affordable Care Act (ACA).................... 33 Long Term Care: Myths and Realities....... 33 Meridians of Acupressure............................ 33 Mobilizing Your Healing Force................... 34 Stress Break and Basic Massage................. 34

Navigating the Medicare Maze.................. 34 Shrug the Bug: Using Yoga and Ayurveda to Stay Healthy.............................................. 34 Sources of Energy for Health..................... 34 Young at Heart.............................................. 34 Your Nutrition and the Environment: Shopping, Cooking, Eating......................... 35

Mature Driver Certifications Mature Driver Initial Course....................... 35 Mature Driver Renewal: A Review Course........................................... 35

Mind & Supermind Mind and Supermind: Expanding the Limits of Consciousness... 35

Psychology & Spirituality Adaptive Social Skills for Independent Living................................ 35 Apparitions and the After-Life A Scientific Exploration............................... 35 Adventures in Medical Hypnosis................ 36 Attracting Abundance.................................. 36 Compassionate Communication............... 36 Conflict Recognition - Navigating Creative Options and Outcomes............... 37 Consciousness Class.................................... 37 Creative Spiral: Spirited, Passionate, Intuitive, Real, Authentic Living................. 37 Dreams-Insights and Revelations.............. 37 Eliminate Negative Beliefs with the Phoenix Effect Process................ 37 Emotional Freedom Technique Quick and Easy Hints for Successful ‘Tapping’..................................... 37 Emotional Intelligence What, How & Why We Feel & Think.......... 38 Find the Love of Your Life........................... 38 Forgiveness: The Final Frontier.................. 38 Indigenous Healing and Dream Interpretation in Southern Africa............... 38 Exploring the Riches of Transpersonal Psychology..................... 38 Focusing: A Mindful Approach to Wellness..................................................... 38 Finding Buried Treasure: Overcoming Your Clutter............................ 39 Good Lovin’: Creating and Sustaining a Lasting Relationship.............. 39 Health, Psychological and Spiritual, and the ‘Enneagram’.................................... 39 Healing From Trauma.................................. 39 Empowerment Through Dreamwork!...... 39 Highlights of Life-Span Psychology Create Your Own Personal Milestones..... 39 Hiking Santa Barbara.................................... 39 How to Enjoy Anger..................................... 40 How To Run Your Own Brain For A Change................................................. 40 Life, Death and Afterlife............................... 40

Mobilizing Divine Love, Joy and Wisdom........................................... 40 Living the Paradox of Enlightenment....... 40 Meditation for Chronic Pain Patients........ 40 Modern Shamanic Healing Methods Discover Your Own Spirit Resources........ 40 Nature, Hiking and Self-Healing Beginning & Intermediate........................... 41 Past Life Regression Workshop.................. 41 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Healing With the Tearless Trauma Technique........ 42 Practicing Mindfulness Harmony, Health, Happiness...................... 42 Self-Esteem: Seek It and Keep It................ 42 Self-Hypnosis for True Personal Mastery.... 42 Serenity in the Fast Lane: Disappearing Stress...................................... 42 Soul Constellations for Guidance and Healing........................... 42 SoulCollage: An Artful Path to Inner Wisdom................. 43 Sound Sanctuary - The Healing Nature of Sound and Music........................ 43 The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology.............. 43 The Secrets of Men’s Depression - The Plight of Wounded and Wounding Men... 43 Vocal Sound Healing Journey.................... 43

business, finance, work Economics & Investing Economic Issues That Affect Us All........... 45 Manage Your Own Portfolio....................... 45 Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft.... 45 Socially Responsible and Faith-Based Investing.................................. 45

Finance & Business Are You Prepared For Retirement?............ 45 Beyond the Basics of Selling and Marketing on Ebay and the Internet......... 45 Buying and Selling on the Internet............ 45 Estate Planning Fundamentals................... 46 Finding the Voice of Your Business........... 46 Intermediate QuickBooks Pro.................... 46 Introduction to QuickBooks Pro............... 46 Savvy Social Security Planning: What Baby Boomers Need to Know......... 46 Smart Financial Planning: How to Plan to Succeed.............................. 46 Transforming Talent into Income.............. 46

Work & Career Entrepreneurship.......................................... 47 Notary Public Commission......................... 47 Time Management: How to Manage Your Best Resource........ 47 Work at Home as a Medical Transcriptionist............................................. 47

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Local Culture

Current Events.............................................. 49

Twitter: To Tweet or Not to Tweet............ 55 Editing Digital Photos.................................. 55 Windows 8 Overview................................... 55 YouTube for Beginners: Your Videos, Their Videos........................... 55

Film

Cooking

Parenting

A Director’s Vision - A History.................... 49 Action Sports Videography......................... 49

Adaptive Cooking for Independent Living................................ 56 American Riviera Cuisine: California and the Classics.......................... 56 Applicious - Cooking with Apples............. 56 Autumn Market Vegetables........................ 56 Beautiful Holiday Food Gifts....................... 56 Canning and Preserving Demystified....... 56 Chicken and Egg........................................... 56 Chocolate Mania........................................... 57 Cook Italian- the Four Seasons.................. 57 Cooking Fresh from the Farmer’s Market............................ 57 Gluten Free Cooking.................................... 57 Meet, Mingle and Cook............................... 58 Kitchen Fundamentals: Knife Skills........... 58 Latin American Cuisine................................ 58 Macho without Meat.................................... 58 Fish, the Whole Fish and Nothing but the Fish............................ 58 Fast and Fabulous Hors D’Oeuvres........... 58 Salute to Sushi............................................... 58 Smart Carb Holiday Cooking...................... 58 New World Cuisine....................................... 59 No More Excuses: Mastering the Thanksgiving Turkey.......... 59 Pastry Classics: Perfect Pies and Elegant Tarts.................... 59 Secrets of a Professional Baker.................. 59 Superb Sauces............................................... 59 The Alchemy of Spices Vegetarian and Vegan Cooking................. 59 The Vegetarian Gourmet............................. 59 When Life Gives You Lemons..................... 59

Baby Sign Workshop.....................................61 Child Advocacy..............................................61 Childbirth Yoga - Pregnancy, Labor, Birth and Postpartum....................................61 Developing Meaningful Relationships with Children................................................. 62 Growing Times I: Parenting Toddlers (18-24 months).......... 62 Growing Times II: Parenting the Two to Three Year Old Child...................... 62 Growing Times III: Parenting the Preschool Child................... 62 Growing Times IV: Parenting Children Aged 2 - 5 Years......... 62 How to Respond to Tears, Fears, and Tantrums.......................... 62 Discipline Without Punishment or Rewards.............................. 63 Infant Times I: Newborn to Crawling....... 63 Infant Times II: Crawling to Walking......... 63 Music Times I: For Parents Of Babies Aged 6 - 12 Months................... 63 Childbirth Yoga - Pregnancy, Labor, Birth and Postpartum...................... 63 Baby Sign Workshop.................................... 63 Healthy Foods for Children........................ 63 Raising Resilient Teens: Love, Guidance and Values......................... 63 Music Times II: For Parents of Walkers Aged 12–18 Months...................... 64 Music Times III: For Parents of Children Aged 18–30 months............... 64 Music Times IV: For Parents of Children aged 2.5–5 years..................... 64 Parents and Children in Parks.................... 64 Raising Resilient Teens: Love, Guidance and Values......................... 64 Squish, Splatter and Roll............................. 64 Toddler Times................................................ 64

Current Events & World Affairs

Languages French 1.......................................................... 49 French 5 Low Intermediate......................... 49 French 9 Advanced....................................... 49 French for Travelers..................................... 50 French through Songs and Poetry............ 50 German - Beginning.................................... 50 German - Intermediate................................ 50 Italian - Beginning Conversation............... 50 Italian: Beginning.......................................... 50 Portuguese - Low Intermediate................. 50 Spanish 1: First Steps.....................................51 Spanish 2- Low beginning Conversational...............................................51 Spanish 3 - Beginning Conversational......51 Spanish 5 - Low Intermediate Conversational...............................................51 Spanish 7- High Intermediate Conversational...............................................51 Spanish 8 - Low Advanced Conversational.............................................. 52 Spanish 9 - Advanced Conversational...... 52 Spanish Through Culture and Literature.... 52 Spanish: Conversation through Soap Operas.................................................. 52

Writing & Literature Getting Started, Getting Good, and Getting Your Fiction Published.......... 52 Modern and Classic Short Stories............. 52 Basic Fiction................................................... 53 Explorations in Literature............................ 53 Writing Our Lives into Being....................... 53 Writing Personal Histories.......................... 53 Publishing in the 21st Century: Marketing Your Muse................................... 53 Shakespeare................................................... 53

home,nature, technical Computers Facebook For Beginners: Will You Be My Friend?................................ 55 Pinterest For Beginners: Spend A Pinteresting Day With The Things You Love.......................... 55 Social Media for Lifelong Learners of All Ages................ 55

Estas clases se enseñaran en español Pequeños Cantantes - Para padres con niños de 12 a 30 meses ..................... 60 Pequeños cantantes para padres con niños de 2 años y medio a 5 años .... 60

Christmas in Santa Barbara: Then and Now................................................61 Coastal Treasures - Santa Barbara’s Waterfront and the Gaviota Coast.............61

Science & Nature

Family History Research: Beginning to Intermediate.......................... 60 Family History Research: Intermediate/Advanced............................... 60

Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Beginning....................................................... 65 Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Intermediate.................................................. 65 Fall Medicinal and Edible Plants................. 65 The Night Sky................................................ 65 Natural History Hikes................................... 65

Home & Garden

Woodworking

Design Like a Pro Workshop: Demystifying Sustainable Garden............. 60 Sustainable Garden Design Walkabout.....61

Wood Product Manufacturing Methods.. 65 Woodworking Woodshop........................... 65

Genealogy

index

events, film, words

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How to Register HOW TO REGISTER

Fall 2013 Registration begins August 19th! (An updated list of classes will be available online starting August 12th.) IMPORTANT: There is a staggered registration schedule for several categories of classes from Aug. 19 through Aug. 22. The staggered registration schedule applies to both online and in-person registration. Please see page 5 for details.

ONLINE at www.sbcc.edu/CLL The quickest and most convenient way to register for classes is online at www.sbcc.edu/CLL starting on August 19th. • If you are a new student, you will be prompted to create a user profile before you can register for a class. If you have already created a user profile, simply Sign In with your user name and password. • Detailed instructions and helpful tips are available at the CLL website.

IN PERSON You may register in person at either the Schott Campus or the Wake Campus. SCHOTT CAMPUS 310 W. Padre Street

WAKE CAMPUS 300 N. Turnpike Road

Please use this handy planner to help you prepare for registration as you review the most up to date class schedules at www.sbcc.edu/CLL: COURSE #

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Support the Center for Lifelong Learning Your financial support is critical to help ensure the Center for Lifelong Learning is able to serve our diverse Santa Barbara community today… and for generations of lifelong learners to come! Through the Foundation for SBCC, you may direct your gift to the Center for Lifelong Learning toward general support, a particular class or teacher, or scholarships for those students who cannot afford the course fees. Support CLL today. It’s easy!

Online: www.sbcc.edu/CLL NOTE: Please choose from the list on the donation page, under “please direct my gift to SBCC’s Center for Lifelong Learning.”

By mail to: Foundation for Santa Barbara City College 721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109 NOTE: Please make your check payable to “Foundation for SBCC” and on the memo line write “SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning”.

“It’s up to students to spread the word so we will have a class to come to.” — Vivianne, CLL student

By phone to: (805) 730-4401 If you have ever enjoyed a class at Adult Ed, we encourage you to come re-discover the new Center for Lifelong Learning – take a class, try something new, attend one of our “CLL Presents” lectures & events. Come discover and enjoy, and let friends and colleagues know we’re here for the entire community!

Many, many thanks to all the generous individuals and foundations who have already made a donation to support the SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning! CLL Gift Cards Available for the Holidays! Surprise and delight your friends and family members with the gift of learning and fun! CLL Gift Cards for classes are a unique gift for birthdays and the holidays! Gift Cards will be available at the CLL Schott and Wake Campus Information and Registration offices. See sbcc.edu/CLL for details.

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Your Center. Your Community.

NEW FOR FALL 2013

Fall 2013 marks the official launch of the SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL), with hundreds of all-time favorite classes and introducing more than 80 new classes!

➜ Over 80 new classes (page 2)

Explore our exciting array of classes and programs for lifelong learners of every age.

➜ CLL Lifelong Fitness Hawaiian Cruise www.sbcc.edu/CLL

➜ Classes for Spanish Speakers (page 2)

➜ CLL Presents: Lecture & Special Events series (page 69) ➜ Free Continuing Education Units (CEUs) (page 68) ➜ Gift Cards (page 79)

www.sbcc.edu/CLL

August 24th, 1:00 - 3:30pm, Wake Campus ➜ CLL Grand Opening Celebration

➜ Ribbon Cutting 1:30pm

thank you to our 2013 media sponsors

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SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning Fall 2013 Class Schedule