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Enrich Community Education

Course Brochure • Winter 2012

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New year, New beginning... The New Year is a time of resolutions and of choices that can improve your life. Please take a moment to check out our Winter 2012 brochure for your favorite class. There are many new class offerings to keep things new and exciting! Join your friends, old and new, and resolve to have a new learning opportunity. We are also in our planning stages for our 13th year of College for Kids Summer Camp at both the Northwest and Andrew Center campuses as well as our Super Science Summer Camp at the Watson Center. Please check our website at www. mysfcollege.com for the latest information. Flyers will be distributed in late March. Signup will begin in April. Hope you find a class that is just right for you. To learn more about our classes, visit www.mysfcollege.com, or call us at 352-395-5193.

Betsy

Betsy Albury Program Coordinator

What’s new for Winter 2012! Here are new classes for Winter term! Please check course description for more information about these fun classes.

Calendar January 5 Winter Term Registration Begins

• Watercolor For All Levels • Rail Fence Quilts • Decals On Found Pottery • DIY Laundry + Dish Soap • Family Entertainment Unplugged • Log Cabin Quilting • Monoprinting W/Gelatin Plates • Contra Dancing 101 • Create A Commanding Presence • Make N’ Take A Mini Scrapbook • Ceramics For Children • Colorblock Printing For Kids • Archery • Seniors Gone Wild - Santa Fe River and lots more!

January 16 Office Closed Martin Luther King Holiday January 21 Winter Term Classes Begin March 3 Winter Term Classes End March 5 - 9 SF Spring Break March 21 Spring Term Registration Begins 3000 NW 83rd Street Bldg V Rm 17 Gainesville FL 32606 352-395-5193 www.mysfcollege.com


Table of Contents

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Courses

Animal Care and Training ..... 04

Special Interests...................... 16

Art ............................................. 04 Career & Test Prep.................. 05 Computers & Technology...... 05 Crafts & Hobbies..................... 06 Dance........................................ 08 Fine Arts................................... 09

Santa Fe offers the support and flexibility you need to reach your goals. Visit our website to learn more about the many career options available @ www.mysfcollege.com

Food.......................................... 10 Health & Fitness...................... 10 House & Garden...................... 13 Kids Korner.............................. 13 Languages............................... 14 Money & Finance.................... 14 Outdoor Adventures.............. 14

Sports....................................... 16

General Information........... 18 Registration Information... 19 Registration Form............... 19

Interested in teaching a class? We’re looking for instructors to teach Community Education classes. If you have a desire to share your knowledge and love meeting new people in your community, visit our website: www.mysfcollege.com>Current/Future Instructors. Instructors to apply and for more information, contact us at 352-395-5193 or visit www.mysfcollege.com Click on Current/Future Instructors

Community Education Staff Paul Hutchins Program Director Betsy Albury Program Coordinator Melissa Atyeo Office/Course Manager Renda Springs Office Assistant

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ANIMAL CARE & TRAINING DOG TRAINING

Develop a happy working relationship with your dog. Well trained dogs are a wonderful addition to any family. Discover innovative methods for communicating with your dog, with emphasis on instant response and attentiveness, encouraged by high motivation and praise. All basic obedience exercises are AKC oriented and geared for a great family dog, as well as competition. ANI0022.1F6 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 10 a.m.—11 a.m. Instructor: Mitzi Calvert, CGC Eval. SF NW Campus, Lot 9A Overflow prkg FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Additional $25 fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Current vaccinations highly recommended. Class meets at Overflow Parking lot across from Walgreens (on corner of NW 91st St). Provide email address, instructor will send map.

ADVANCED DOG TRAINING

If you are familiar with AKC Techniques, and your dog knows basic obedience exercises, then this next level class is for you. Enjoy an advanced class that teaches a development of mutual trust and respect. We will focus on the AKC Canine Good Citizenship Program and an optional exam will be scheduled for the last day of class. ANI0025.1F6 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 11 a.m.—12 p.m. Instructor: Mitzi Calvert, CGC Eval. SF NW Campus, Lot 9A Overflow prkg FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Additional $25 fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Current vaccinations highly recommended. Class meets at Overflow Parking lot across from Walgreens (on corner of NW 91st St). Provide email address, instructor will send map.

BAXTER’S HORSE DRIVING

Enjoy the thrilling sport of driving by horse and buggy and exploring quiet, back roads. This intensive workshop covers basic harness identification, fitting, steps in schooling a horse to drive, lungeing, long lining, hitching and driving. Experience with horses preferred. ANI0086.1B6 1 Sat. & Sun., 1/28, 9 a.m.—5 p.m. Instructor: Helen Tolmach UF HORSE TEACHING UNIT 1934 SW 63rd Ave FEE $25 LAB FEE $25 NOTE: This class will be taught by the Florida Whips. Children (ages 9-13) who are accompanied by registered parent may attend this class for free, but will have no hands on activity. Directions and class information will be emailed. No sr. waivers

HORSEBACK RIDING

Horsemanship is both an art and a science. Madonna Bynum will introduce you to the skills needed to become a confident and safe rider and handler of horses. Join her to learn how to approach a horse confidently, groom, tack up, mount and dismount, seat and hand position and balance. This class is for riders of all levels. You will be riding in all 4 classes.

ART ACRYLIC PAINTING 101

ANI0055.1B4 4 Thu., starts 1/26, 6 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: Madonna Bynum MADONNA’S EQUINE ACADEMY, Barn Waldo Rd FEE $29 NOTE: Class will meet in outdoor arena. Wear appropriate clothes, long pants, closed toe shoes or boots with 1/2” heel (no tread). Maps will be emailed. $100 facility fee paid to instructor at first class.

Always wanted to start painting, get back to painting or continue painting? Here is your chance in a non-stress, fun atmosphere. All levels welcome. Basics of color mixing, awareness of composition, perspective, and elements of art are presented. One session of “Plein Aire” painting. Great for beginners and intermediates as well. Supply list provided. ART0016.1A4 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Instructor: Lytha Nicholson SF DAVIS (ARCHER) CTR 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $69

INTRO TO K9 NOSE WORK ©

BEGINNING DRAWING

Come explore the brand new, official sport of Canine Nose Work, specifically designed for dogs of all ages, sizes, breeds, and temperaments and for owners of all abilities! Bring your dog, crate, water, leash and yummy treats for this fun and rewarding beginner course! You’ll be amazed at your dog’s natural talent and drive to search! ANI0005.1F3 3 Sat., starts 2/11, 4:30 p.m.—6 p.m. Instructor: Melanie Phillpot, CPDT SF NW Campus, Near Teaching Zoo FEE $29 NOTE: Bring your dog, harness or collar, 6 foot leash, water and bowl, dog crate or ex pen, and $10 for handouts/materials fee. Provide email address, instructor will contact before 1st class. No class on 2/25.

PUPPY PLAYGROUP

Help socialize your puppy and get started on basic training in fun and positive ways. Together you’ll have fun playing and practicing recalls, sit, down, up/off, leave it and more; make training the best game ever! For puppies 18 weeks and under (must have received at least the 1st of the series of 4 immunization combos and lived in your home 2 weeks prior to class). ANI0026.1F1 4 Mon., starts 1/23, 4 p.m.— 5 p.m. Instructor: Melanie Phillpot, CPDT SF NW Campus, NE Parking lot, Zoo FEE $29 NOTE: Bring pup, $10 materials fee, proof of current immunizations, water and favorite tiny treats to 1st class. Park in the northeast corner of the Teaching Zoo parking lot. Provide email address, instructor will contact before 1st class.

TRAIN YOUR HORSE POSITIVELY

An introduction to horse training using positive training methods, commonly known as natural horsemanship and clicker training. This course will give an overview of how horses learn with different training methods and provide practical ways to apply these methods. ANI0012.1G4 4 Thu., starts 1/26, 6:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: Priscilla Tooley GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, B1 FEE $29

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Don’t be afraid to try drawing is a skill that anyone can learn. Basic techniques will teach you “how to see”. Topics covered include: line, shape, texture, shading, and more. Advanced students may work independently w/ their own subjects and goals. Guidance and critique will be provided at each class. ART0004.1F4 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Terri Regotti SF NW Campus, S - 316 FEE $69 NOTE: Bring a variety of pencils (at least a # 2 and an Ebony), Pink Pearl, gum or kneaded erasers, Sharpie marker, a drawing board, Strathmore Drawing Pad 11” X 14” OR 18”x 24”, and ruler. Other materials discussed during the first class. Open to all ages, including students in middle school and high school. No sr. waivers.

DRAWING II

This is a continuation of Beginning Drawing with Terri Regotti. Continued exploration in pencil, marker, and an introduction of Prisma color pencils with diverse subject matter. ART0021.1F1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 6 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Terri Regotti SF NW Campus, S - 317 FEE $69 NOTE: Bring a variety of pencils (at least a #2 and an Ebony), Pink Pearl, gum or kneaded erasers, Sharpie marker, a drawing board, Strathmore Drawing Pad 11” X 14” or 18” x 24”, and ruler. Open to all ages, including students in middle school and high school. No sr. waivers.

MIXED MEDIA

Learn about the medium of collage/mixed media by exploring basic techniques and various materials. The emphasis will be on conceptual thinking. Collages/mixed media pieces which reflect a particular theme or idea. You should have some idea of what kind of surface (paper, book, canvas, board) you wish to work on and the subject matter that you wish to explore. ART0032.1F4 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 6 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Terri Regotti SF NW Campus, S - 316 FEE $69 NOTE: Bring what supplies and materials you have, but further materials will be discussed at the 1st class. Open to all ages, including students in middle school and high school. No sr. waivers.

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ART - cont. OIL PAINTING

Learn the basics of oil painting methods and materials. This course will focus on the basic concepts of composition, form, space and color. ART0041.1B1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 4 p.m.—6:30 p.m. Instructor: Angela Hoppe UNITED CHURCH of G’VILLE 1624 NW 5th Avenue FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers.$32 facility paid to instructor at 1st class. Pick up supply package from Central Florida Office Plus.

OIL PAINTING FOR BEGINNERS

Let out the artist in you! Learn color theory, materials and the delight of working with paints. A different topic is covered each week. You are encouraged to collect images to use as a source material for your paintings. You will paint an abstract portrait, Florida landscape, a fruit still life and non-objective painting in this class. ART0038.1G2 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 10 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Allison LeBaron DORIS CULTURAL ARTS 716 North Main Street FEE $69 NOTE: $100 facility fee paid at 1st class. No sr. waivers

OIL PAINTING WITH DIANA

Come join us to complete a beautiful Florida landscape oil painting. You will learn mixing colors, placement, value, and how to generally construct a painting. For supplies go to www. dianawhite.com and check on classes. ART0022.1F2 4 Tue., starts 2/7, 10 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Diana White BUTTERFLY GARDEN 20329 State Road 26 East, Earlton FEE $59 NOTE: $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

WATERCOLOR FOR ALL LEVELS

If you have always loved and wanted to work with watercolors but were afraid to try, this course is for you. Finally you will learn how to get vibrant colors instead of a weak, watery wash. Materials, watercolor techniques, composition and color wheel will be introduced. Palm tree, fruit still life and working from favorite photos will give you 6 paintings to take home. ART0051.1G2 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 11 a.m.—2 p.m. Instructor: Allison LeBaron DORIS CULTURAL ARTS 716 North Main Street FEE $69 NOTE: $67 facility fee paid at 1st class. No sr. waivers

CAREER & TEST PREP EXPLORE OPTIONS AT SF DAVIS

To access a wealth of knowledge, start at the SF Davis Center. See how easy it is to apply to Santa Fe (no application fee), apply for financial aid, and the many programs and services available to you. The Davis Center offers College Prep classes, college level classes that lead to an AA/AS Degree, GED Preparation classes (free), and classes to learn a new skill or hobby. CAR0011.1A2 1 Tue., 1/24, 5:30 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Shellie Bansfield SF DAVIS (ARCHER) CTR 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $0

EXPLORING COLLEGE AT SF

Access a wealth of knowledge, and learn how to get started at SF. Explore the college application process, financial aid, and much more with this informative class. Learn about available services such as counseling, academic advisement, student services, degrees, and certificates available. CAR0012.1F3 1 Thu., 2/2, 6:30 p.m.—8:15 p.m. Instructor: Santa Fe Recruitment Specialist SF NW Campus, R - 101 FEE $0 NOTE: Preregistration only.

EXPLORING COLLEGE FOR PARENTS

Access a wealth of knowledge, and learn how to get your child started at SF. Explore the college application process, financial aid, and much more with this informative class. Learn about available services such as counseling, academic advisement, student services, degrees, and certificates available, so you can give your student the support they need to succeed. CAR0014.1F3 1 Thu., 2/9, 6:30 p.m.—8:15 p.m. Instructor: Santa Fe Recruitment Specialist SF NW Campus, R - 101 FEE $0 NOTE: Preregistration only.

GRE MATH REVIEW

Designed to help those studying for the Graduate Record Exam, Civil Service Test or Scholastic Aptitude Test. Includes a review of high school algebra and geometry problems commonly found on the GRE. TES0025.1F4 6 Fri., starts 1/27, 6 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Victor Brennan SF NW Campus, B - 002 FEE $69 LAB FEE $2 NOTE: Suggested text: Barrons “New GRE Book” (19th ed.).

HEALTH CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Explore, Cardiovascular Tech., Dental Hygiene, Dental Assisting, Diagnostic Medical Sonography,Nuclear Medicine Tech., Nursing, Respiratory Care, Radiography, and Surgical Tech. Learn how to enter the programs leading to these exciting careers. A building tour is included. CAR0060.1F2 1 Wed., 1/25, 6:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: Scott Fortner SF NW Campus, W - Lobby FEE $0

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HEALTH/LEG CAREERS IN BUSINESS

Explore your career opportunities in business, Legal Assisting, office systems, Medical Transcription, Health Information Management and the new Bachelors degree in Health services! Learn how you can join SF’s graduates who are achieving their employment goals. Business Programs offers a variety of oriented, accredited degrees and certificates. CAR0002.1F1 1 Mon., 1/30, 6 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Doug Robertson SF NW Campus, C - 103 FEE $0

WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

What is Web Design? How are Web sites developed? Join us for an introduction to the growing and expanding world of computer arts. Explore possible careers in creating games for the Web, E commerce, Web based animation,interactive multimedia, Internet and database programming, and more. CAR0061.1F4 1 Thu., 2/9, 6:30 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Digital Media Staff SF NW Campus, N - 323 FEE $0

COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY BASICS OF SELLING ON EBAY

Think you’d like to try your hand at starting your own business on eBay but don’t know where to begin? This class will show you how to get started. It’s been a goldmine of tips by eBay Education Specialist and PowerSeller Dan Trunk for 10 years now share what he has learned about building a profitable hobby or business. COM0003.1F6 1 Mon. & Wed., 2/6, 5:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Daniel Trunk SF NW Campus, B - 04 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Optional workbook may be purchased at class for $25.

DIGITAL PHOTO: SHOOT AND SHARE

Learn to use the functions of your digital camera to take good pictures, store photos on computer, and share through printouts, the internet, and e mail. Windows utilities will be used to transfer photos and a freeware photo album program will be used to view and print them. Pre requisite: PC Fundamentals I and II OR equivalent experience. This is a beginner course. COM0014.1F3 3 Tue., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: James Yawn SF NW Campus, I - 51 FEE $44 LAB FEE $5 NOTE: Bring your camera, fresh charged batteries, and all the paperwork and any accessories that came with it.

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

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COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY cont. EBAY II BEYOND THE BASICS

If you took our Basics of Selling on eBay class, or have sold 2 or more items on eBay, and are considering setting up a part time or full time business, then this class is for you. COM0004.1F6 1 Mon. & Wed., 2/20, 5:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Daniel Trunk SF NW Campus, B - 225 FEE $39 NOTE: Optional workbook may be purchased at class for $25. No sr. waivers.

INTERNET TIPS AND TRICKS

This course will provide an overview of advanced tools for Internet research, a discussion of free Web based services, as well as safe and free software available for download. Additionally, Internet security issues will be discussed. COM0011.1F1 1 Sat., 2/18, 9 a.m.—12 p.m. Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C - 114 FEE $29 LAB FEE $5 NOTE: Bring a USB/flash drive if you have one. This is an intermediate class, so you should be familiar with the basics of Web browsers, file management, and Windows. No sr. waivers.

MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS I

Here’s your opportunity to learn or refresh your skills in MS Office file management, and 3 of the most popular software applications: Word, and Excel Powerpoint. This course is a great money saver filled with useful tools for the Windows based PC user. Prerequisites: PC Fundamentals I and II or equivalent experience (use it at work, etc.). COM0039.1F3 7 Wed., starts 1/25, 5:30 p.m.— 8:30 p.m. Instructor: Janet Foster SF NW Campus, C - 118 FEE $94 LAB FEE $15 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a USB/thumb drive if you have one. Must be comfortable with the keyboard and typing. No class on 3/7, college is closed for Spring Break.

PC FUNDAMENTALS I FOR SENIORS

Learn computer terminology, mouse functions, keyboard basics, the windows operating environment. This course is for absolute beginners with time to explore. Non seniors may also take this class. COM0020.1F3 4 Wed., starts 1/25, 2:15 p.m.—5:15 p.m. Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C - 114 FEE $49 LAB FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a USB/thumb drive if you have one.

PC FUNDAMENTALS II FOR SENIORS

Designed for the Senior who has mastered the skills taught in our PC Fund. I class. In this lecture/hands on course, you will gain an understanding of the Windows environment, file management, taskbar properties, control panel and more! Prerequisite: PC Fundamentals I or equivalent experience is essential. COM0021.1F3 4 Wed., starts 2/22, 2:15 p.m.—5:15 p.m. Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C - 114 FEE $49 LAB FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a USB/thumb drive. No class on 3/7, college is closed for Spring Break Week. Non-seniors may also take this class.

CRAFTS & HOBBIES RAIL FENCE QUILTS

The rail fence quilt block is very easy and great way to learn to quilt. Students should have a finished quilt by the last class, including stitch in the ditch quilting and binding. Use of tools and supplies will be demonstrated in class. Student should bring working sewing machine, cutting mat, ruler and rotary cutters if they have them. NEE0019.1G4 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 6 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Joanna Young GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, D1 FEE $59

BEGINNING DIGITAL SCRAPBOOKING

Perfect for beginning your entry into the world of Digital Scrapbooking. You will learn the basics of the software StoryBook Creator 3.0 (a copy of the software is provided at the class). This course will teach how to use templates, cropping, and other editing in order to create a digital StoryBook. Bringing a laptop is recommended, but not required. COM0024.1F3 1 Tue., 1/31, 7:30 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Lark Kelsey SF NW Campus, B - 224 FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

BOROSILICATE LAMPWORKING

Borosilicate glass (also known as Pyrex) is an extremely strong and durable glass. Create glass pendants, marbles, animals and discover the beauty of this molten medium. No experience needed, although good eyesight and physical stamina are required. CRA0039.1B2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 5:30 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Sarah Hinds SOMEWHERE GLASSWORKS, Gainesville FEE $85 NOTE: $75 material fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Maps will be emailed. No sr. waivers.

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BRIDGE

Bridge is a challenging and enjoyable game. Pick up all of the fundamentals, including scoring, suit and no trump bidding, opening leads, playing and competitive bidding. HOB0020.1B2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: James Hearn WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL Media Center 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $54 NOTE: Please bring a deck of cards to class. No sr. waivers.

BRIDGE II

Continue to sharpen your playing skills in this intermediate level bridge class. Cover techniques such as forcing and nonforcing sequences, and the Gerber convention. HOB0021.1B4 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: James Hearn WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $54 NOTE: Please bring a deck of cards to class. No sr. waivers.

DECALS ON FOUND POTTERY

Use waterslide decals on found ceramic objects. Images will be sepia tone and can be family photos, landscape, plants, graphic designs or your own original drawings or sketches. Please bring your image and any found object to 1st class, such as plate, cup and bowls which are pale color. Images should be in JPG format on a jump drive if possible. CRA0069.1F7 4 Sun., starts 1/22, 2 p.m.—5 p.m. Instructor: Lauren Faust DORIS CULTURAL ARTS 716 North Main Street FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please bring photo in JPG format plus cermaic object to 1st class. $43 facility fee paid at 1st class.

DIY LAUNDRY + DISH SOAP

Homemade laundry and dishwasher soaps are cheaper, gentler, greener, and clean better than store bought detergent. Contrary to what you would think, it doesn’t take long or much effort to make. Come learn to make these simple household cleaners, and discover more ways to save money while ridding your home of excess chemicals. CRA0009.1B6 1 Sat., 1/21, 1 p.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Tami Nelson SF NW Campus, B - 029 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring: $10 for to purchase for materials from instructor; two 32 ounce containers with lids; 1 cup measure; a cheese grater; mixing spoon and bowl.

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT UNPLUGGED

Did you know it was possible to entertain your family without electricity for very little money and still have fun? It is. Much more than board games and cards, there are many ways to entertain your family. Come find out how it can be done. HOB0004.1F6 1 Sat., 2/25, 1 p.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Tami Nelson SF NW Campus, B - 029 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring paper and pencil for notes.

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CRAFTS & HOBBIES - cont. INTRO TO FURNACE BLOWN GLASS

Learn how to work and manipulate molten glass. The proper use of tools and techniques from gathering to bubble setup. Need to have tolerance to heat, enjoy working with a partner and being active. CRA0079.1B2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.—10 p.m. Instructor: Patrick Gallagher SOMEWHERE GLASSWORKS, Gainesville FEE $96 NOTE: No sr. waivers. There is a $205 material and tool fee payable to instructor at the 1st class. Maps will be emailed. Students should wear cotton clothes, comfortable shoes (no open toes), and bring a drink.

INTERMEDIATE GLASS BLOWING

Expand your basic glass blowing techniques while learning how to make more advanced items, such as bowls, vases or plates. CRA0078.1B3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6 p.m.—10 p.m. Instructor: Patrick Gallagher SOMEWHERE GLASSWORKS, Gainesville FEE $96 NOTE: There is a $205 material and energy fee payable to instructor at 1st class. Maps will be emailed. Students should wear cotton clothes, comfortable shoes (no open toes) and bring a drink. No sr. waivers.

INTRO TO KNITTING

Discover the relaxing and rewarding hobby of knitting. Learn to knit Continental style in this beginner’s course that covers basic stitches, tools, yarn selection, reading directions and recognizing and fixing common mistakes. No experience necessary. NEE0007.1F6 3 Sat., starts 1/28, 1 p.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Scarlett *Kiki* Geiger SF NW Campus, B - 026 FEE $29 NOTE: Bring $20 to first class for materials, a notebook and pen. All supplies/patterns will be provided, including yarn for an easy scarf project.

JEWELRY CONSTRUCTION

The allure of hand made, eye catching adornments will inspire you. With a desire to design simple jewelry, learn basic noncasting jewelry construction techniques. Come create unique rings, bracelets, and pendants. Enameling on copper will also be taught. CRA0061.1W4 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Dietrich Dohrmann WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $55 NOTE: $10 materials fee paid at 1st class. Bring pencil and paper.

KNITTING IN THE ROUND WITH DPNS

Have you avoided projects that ask for double pointed needles (dpns) because you don’t know how or it looks intimidating? Here’s your opportunity to expand your knitting skills and avoid sewing seams. The 1st class will be knitting a small drawstring pouch. 2nd class will be your choice of your own pattern or patterns provided including a hat and fingerless gloves. NEE0009.1F1 2 Sat., starts 2/25, 1 p.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Scarlett *Kiki* Geiger SF NW Campus, B - 030 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring your knitting bag, 1 set size US 7 or 8 dpns, 8 point protectors, row counter, and yarn for first project, available at local hobby stores. Must know knitting basics: cast on, knit, purl and bind off.

LOG CABIN QUILTING

The log cabin quilt is quick and easy using strips of fabric. The student will learn to use cutting mat, ruler and rotary cutter. Working sewing machine, cutting mats, rulers and rotary cutters should be brought to class. Quilt will be constructed by the end of class, with instruction for stitch in the ditch quilting and binding. NEE0018.1A2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Joanna Young SF DAVIS (ARCHER) CTR 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $59

MAKE N’ TAKE A MINI SCRAPBOOK

Create, embellish, and take home a mini scrapbook in just 2 two hour classes using envelopes. Once you learn how to assemble this scrapbook you will want to make them as personal gifts for all kinds of occasions! CRA0016.1F4 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Kelley Richardson SF NW Campus, A - 201 FEE $49 NOTE: Bring $12 for materials/supplies purchased from the instructor at 1st class.

MAKING HERBAL SOAPS

Handmade soap is a luxurious and nurturing gift for yourself, family and friends. Learn the cold process method of soap making and explore how to extract essential oils from plants to use in soaps, aromatherapy and bath sachets. CRA0032.1F6 2 Sat., starts 1/21, 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. CRA0032.2B6 2 Sat., starts 2/4, 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m.

Instructor: 2 Hawk Hammock Instructor TWO HAWK HAMMOCK 17950 NE 53rd Lane, Williston FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 material fee paid at 1st class. Maps will be emailed.

MONOPRINTING W/GELATIN PLATES

Discover the simple and sensitive imaging possible with gelatin plates, a non toxic versatile process that will inspire everyone’s creativity. Class will explore multiple techniques with a variety of papers and color and learn how to make their own gelatin plates for home and studio. CRA0097.2F4 2 Thu., starts 1/26, 6 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: Judy Funk DO ART 3429 West University Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $22 material and facility fee paid at 1st class.

OPEN AIR POTTERY

Learn basic ceramic skills and have fun making art. Learn hand building skills to make bowls, serving dishes, boxes, whistles and rattles. Wheel throwing will be demonstrated and all students will get time on wheels. Surface decoration and glaze application will be explained and students will decorate and glaze their artwork. CRA0067.1F1 6 Fri., starts 1/27, 10 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Allison LeBaron DORIS CULTURAL ARTS 716 North Main Street FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $100 paid at 1st class for clay, glazes and firing.

OPEN STUDIO IN CERAMICS

Clay offers a wide range of expression from functional pottery to the poetry of raku. This course is designed to allow students to chart their own creative experience. Methods of hand building as well as throwing on the potter’s wheel will be demonstrated and taught. Students of all levels of experience are welcome. Come and experience the wide world of clay. CRA0031.1F6 4 Sat., starts 1/21, 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Instructor: Gary Bone OAK HALL SCHOOL 8009 SW 14 Ave (off Tower Rd) FEE $59 NOTE: $75 fee paid to instructor at 1st class for materials and firing costs. No sr. waivers.

SMALL ARC WELDING

Learn the operation of small arc welding machines available at many popular home supply stores. You will perform welding exercises on carbon steel and will also perform cutting operations using an oxy acetylene torch. MEC0040.1F3 6 Fri., starts 1/27, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Emil Raab SF NW Campus, H - 38 FEE $59 LAB FEE $22 NOTE: Students will be provided with lab supplies/welding materials. Please bring personal gloves, goggles, safety glasses, and welding hood if possible.

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CRAFTS & HOBBIES - cont. WOVEN CHAIN JEWELRY

Learn to create the strongest jewelry chain, first created by the Vikings, through metal macrame. This is a low skill level class that produces a high quality, professional product in minimal time at minimal cost. CRA0068.1F6 1 Sat., 2/18, 12 p.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Daniel Barker SF NW Campus FEE $29 LAB FEE $5 NOTE: Please bring $6 to class, to be paid to instructor for cost of materials.

DANCE 2 SWINGS = FUN + EASY!

East Coast Swing is danced to faster music. Other names are Lindy and Jitterbug. West Coast Swing is danced to slower music. West Coast Swing is a smooth and sometimes sexy dance depending on the music. The variety of music includes Blues, Hip/Hop, Country/ Western, and Contemporary. No partner required and we will rotate partners. DAN0051.1D3 4 Tue., starts 1/24, 7 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Imperial Dance Staff IMPERIAL DANCE STUDIO 3550 SW 34th St FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waiver. $6 facilities fee paid to instructor at 1st class (cash or check only). Preregistration is preferred. Please note that you will be rotating dance partners throughout the class in order to learn how to lead and follow which will make your dancing more fun!

AERIAL DANCE

Learn beginning Cirque Du Soliel dance moves working on a trapeze and chiffon. A great way to take your exercise program to the next level while building upper body strength. Come prepared to have a fun and good workout. DAN0031.1B2 2 Thu., starts 1/26, 6:15 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: Corey Souza TWO HAWK HAMMOCK 17950 NE 53rd Lane, Williston FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Please wear tights or leotards. Maps will be emailed.

ARGENTINE TANGO BASICS

Argentine tango is an improvisational dance based on the four building blocks of walking, turning, stopping and embellishments. Argentine tango is different from the ballroom tangos in its posture, movement, balance, steps, and music.

BALLROOM DANCING

Focus on the basics and techniques of traditional Ballroom dancing done to contemporary music. Develop a knowledge of timing, movements, coordination and continuity of steps for various dances. A partner is not needed. DAN0010.1D1 4 Mon., starts 1/23, 8 p.m.—10 p.m. Instructor: Imperial Dance Staff IMPERIAL DANCE STUDIO 3550 SW 34th St FEE $44 NOTE: $6 paid to instructor at 1st class (check or cash only). No sr. waivers. Please note that you will be rotating dance partners throughout the class in order to learn how to lead and follow, which will make your dancing more fun! Preregistration preferred.

BELLY DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY

Learn basic Belly Dance technique, isolations and combinations. In 6 weeks we will progressively learn a complete choreography. This is a great full body workout that includes the mind as well. No exp. needed. DAN0033.1B2 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 7:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear comfortable clothing and be prepared for a workout.

BELLY DANCING FOR EVERYONE

Come shimmy into shape and unlock the mystery of muscle isolations with movements such as shimmy, shake and snake. Bring a positive, spirited attitude for a fun, energetic class. Finger cymbals and veil work will also be covered in class (cymbals and veils will be provided). No experience necessary. Ladies of all ages welcome. DAN0020.1B2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 7:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Marjorie Malerk ETHNIC DANCE EXPRESSIONS 4000 W Newberry Rd, Suite D FEE $49 NOTE: $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

BELLY DANCING: MATURE WOMEN

Belly dancing is a great way to stay in shape. This class is oriented to the older woman who wants a class that suits her pace. DAN0022.1B1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 4:30 p.m.—5:30 p.m. Instructor: Marjorie Malerk ETHNIC DANCE EXPRESSIONS 4000 W Newberry Rd, Suite D FEE $29 NOTE: $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. No sr. waiver. For women 50 and older.

CONTRA DANCING 101

Learn one of easiest and most sociable dances. First 2 weeks will be class instruction and the last week will include a field trip to local Contra Dance with a live band. No experience, partner, or rhythm needed. If you can walk you will be dancing in three weeks. DAN0039.1F7 4 Sun., starts 1/22, 5 p.m.—6 p.m. Instructor: Andrew Weitzen GVILLE DANCE AND MUSIC 308 W. Univ. Ave. 2nd Floor FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. The third class will be held at Thelma Boltin Center, 516 NE 2 Avenue from 3:30-5:30 pm. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

DANCE TRANCE 101

Joing this high energy, funky choreographed fitness program that combines all styles of dance to all genres of music for a workout that has something for everyone. No dance experience is needed. You will learn the step by step moves to our routines as we do them. DAN0041.1F3 6 Wed., starts 1/25/12, 6 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Mary Hencher BY EAR MUSIC STUDIO 7230 West University Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

ISRAELI FOLK DANCING 101

Dance to a higher purpose and learn Israeli Folk Dancing, enjoy fun dancing, great music and meet nice people. For beginners, this is an introductory class suitable for people who have not danced before. DAN0037.1F1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 7 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Andrew Weitzen B’NAI ISRAEL 3830 NW 16 Blvd FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $6 facility fee paid at 1st class.

LATIN DANCING 101

Learn basic variations of Salsa and Merengue, in a stress free environment before you go out dancing. A partner is not necessary, but would be lots of fun. Class is for beginners level dancers, or as a refresher. We rotate partners. DAN0048.1D2 3 Tue., starts 2/21, 7 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Imperial Dance Staff IMPERIAL DANCE STUDIO 3550 SW 34th St FEE $29 NOTE: $6 facilities fee paid to instructor at 1st class (cash or check only). Please wear leather soled shoes; pre registration is preferred. No sr. waivers.

DAN0049.1D3 3 Wed., starts 2/8, 7:30 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Imperial Dance Staff IMPERIAL DANCE STUDIO 3550 SW 34th St FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waiver. $6 facilities fee paid to instructor at 1st class (cash or check only). Preregistration is preferred. Please note that you will be rotating dance partners throughout the class in order to learn how to lead and follow which will make your dancing more fun! Both participants need to register for class.

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DANCE - cont. NIGHT CLUB ESSENTIALS

Be able to dance at any social event. This course is geared toward those with little or no dancing experience. Our techniques make dancing fun and easy to learn. This course will include steps in Swing, Slow Dancing and Salsa which will be applied to both contemporary and classic music. DAN0014.1B1 2 Mon., starts 2/20, 8 p.m.—10 p.m. Instructor: Imperial Dance Staff IMPERIAL DANCE STUDIO 3550 SW 34th St FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waiver. $6 facilities fee paid to instructor at 1st class (cash or check only). Preregistration is preferred. Both participants need to register for class.

SALSA DANCING

This fun and upbeat course is designed for those who are interested in learning and/or practicing salsa. The class focuses on turn patterns, technique, styling and musicality. No dance experience or partner is needed and everyone is welcome! DAN0047.1G2 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 8 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Darren Stuart UNIFIED TRAINING CENTER 809 W. University Ave FEE $49 NOTE: $5 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Please use entrance off 8th street. No sr. waivers.

SUPER SIMPLE LINDY HOP 101

Learn the swing dance that started them all, Lindy Hop. This is a beginner class to slower music for all levels. Students will learn how to dance the Lindy Swing Dance with a partner, in this easy, slow paced course. No partner necessary and rotating partners in not required. Come have fun, get exercise, enjoy great music and meet nice people. DAN0034.1B7 6 Sun., starts 1/22, 6 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Andrew Weitzen GVILLE DANCE AND MUSIC 308 W. Univ. Ave. 2nd Floor FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $6 facility fee paid at 1st class to instructor.

VARIETY LATIN DANCE

Let’s spice it up! This course is designed for people who would like to learn a variety of Latin dances, including LA Style salsa, Cha Cha Cha, Bachata, Casino style salsa and dips and tricks. No dance experience or partner needed. Everyone is welcome! DAN0002.1G2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 8 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Darren Stuart UNIFIED TRAINING CENTER 809 W. University Ave FEE $49 NOTE: $5 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Please use entrance off 8th street. No sr. waivers.

WEDDING DANCE FOR COUPLES

CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP

DAN0064.1D1 2 Wed., starts 1/25, 7 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Imperial Dance Staff IMPERIAL DANCE STUDIO 3550 SW 34th St FEE $29 NOTE: $6 facilities fee paid to instructor at 1st class (cash or check only). No sr. waivers. Preregistration is preferred. Both participants need to register for class.

ENG0013.2F2 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Janos Shoemyen SF NW Campus, A - 205 FEE $49 NOTE: For participants 18 yrs and up unless with permission of parent.

Make the moment you enter the dance floor a memorable one. Prepare for your wedding or one you are attending by learning the beautiful graceful Waltz and the fun high energy Swing. Partner required.

FINE ARTS 35MM/DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I

Solve the mysteries of basic photography. Learn how to use your 35mm or digital camera by using the right tools (meters, lenses, film and filters). This class is for beginners. PHO0003.1F3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 5:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: James Atyeo SF NW Campus, P - 165 FEE $69 LAB FEE $2 NOTE: You should have a SLR 35mm camera (film or digital), with a manual override if it is automatic. Also, you are responsible for the purchase and processing of your slide or digital film for class assignments.

35MM/DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY III

Projects will cover whatever subjects you wish, as challenging as the mind can imagine. In addition to lecture and presentations, this class provides you a platform to improve your skills and focus more on the aesthetics of photography. Constructive criticism is offered both through critiques and friendly competition. PHO0035.1F3 7 Tue., starts 1/24, 5:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: James Atyeo SF NW Campus, P - 144 FEE $79 LAB FEE $2 NOTE: You should have a SLR 35mm camera (film or digital) with a manual override. You are responsible for the purchase and processing of your film or digital images. There will be a field trip on 1 Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., date/location to be decided by class. Prerequisite: MUST have taken Photo I and II with Jim Atyeo previously. No class on 3/6.

CREATIVE SHORT STORIES LEVEL II

For those interested in learning intermediate level short story writing. There will be lectures and discussion of the necessary skills, critique of established short stories, as well as in class creative writing exercises, and how to market and publish “flash fiction”. This is an interactive and fun class facilitated by a published MFA writer. ENG0023.1F1 6 Mon., starts 1/30, 6:30 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Kaye Linden SF NW Campus, A - 204 FEE $49 LAB FEE $3 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring the book “Micro Fiction: Anthology of Really Short Stories”, (paperback) edited by Jerome Stern (cost approx. $11)and a notebook and pen. Writers must have previous writing experience. No class on 3/5 college is closed for Spring Break.

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Interested in learning more literary techniques? This occurs as you read your work which is critiqued in class. Also for experienced writers who desire to meet with peers with an eye toward improving a work in progress. We will work with the literary and tonal quality of writing.

SENIOR WRITING CIRCLE

A life without computers, cell phones or iPods! What was it like when you were a child? Record your memories for your family. Tell them about party lines, ice boxes, rubber galoshes. Write a vignette, a poem or short story. Share your thoughts and feelings in new, creative ways. Try it, you might be surprised at the inner writer in you! ENG0006.2F1 4 Wed., starts 1/25, 3:30 p.m.— 5:30 p.m. Instructor: Irma Fallon SF NW Campus, B - 001 FEE $29 NOTE: Please bring a notebook and pen. No sr. waivers.

GUITAR

Playing the guitar can be relaxing, enjoyable and easy to learn! Acquaint yourself with various folk strums, picking styles, chords, and embellishments. Familiar songs are used as examples. MUS0011.1F2 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 6:30 p.m.—8 p.m. SF DAVIS (ARCHER) CTR 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer MUS0011.1W4 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 5:30 p.m.—7 p.m. WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, 114 3215 NW 15th Ave Instructor: Julian Kazimier FEE $59 LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Bring a guitar and notepad.

GUITAR II

If you know basic chord forms and melodic notations, join others interested in learning chord progressions, improvisation, transposing, and rudiments of arrangement. Guitar I or equivalent experience is recommended. MUS0012.1W4 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 7 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Julian Kazimier WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, 114 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $59 LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Bring a guitar and pencil.

HAND DRUMMING

Get into the rhythm! Learn the basic skills necessary to play a variety of hand drums and similar instruments. Our focus will be on technique and sound, rather than academic music skills, while exploring African and Afro Cuban rhythms. MUS0076.1F1 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 5:30 p.m.— 7:30 p.m. Instructor: Leon Larson SF NW Campus, S - 29 FEE $49 NOTE: Please bring your own drum if possible. $10 fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Class meets in R-01 on 2/14.

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An intermediate level hand drumming course, focusing on African/Afro Caribbean music and rhythms. Some previous hand drumming experience needed. MUS0078.1F1 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 7:30 p.m.—9:30 p.m. Instructor: Leon Larson SF NW Campus, S - 29 FEE $49 NOTE: Please bring your own drum. $10 fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Class meets in R-01 on 2/14.

HIPPODROME PLAY OBSERVERSHIP

Ever wanted a behind the scenes look of how a play goes from the page to the stage? Meet Hippodrome theatre professionals while you witness the process such as the cast read thru, designer presentations, observation of rehearsals and other parts of the artistic process. The Observership ends with a preview performance and post show session with the cast and creative team. ENG0030.1F2 4 Fri & 1 Wed., starts 3/16, 3 p.m.—5 p.m. Instructor: Hippodrome Instructor HIPPODROME STATE THEATER 25 SE 2nd Place FEE $75 NOTE: Play will be A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM., Shakespeare’s fantastical comedy of star crossed lovers and woodland high jinx. Class will be held from 3 - 5 p.m., Fri, March 16,23,30, April 6, and Wed, April 11, 7 - 10 p.m. Price of preview ticket included! Gift certificate can be issued in lieu of the preview ticket. No sr. waivers.

PIANO PLAYING MADE EASY

Playing music will never be more fun! Learn to play piano, while learning basic music theory. You will progress from basic skills to fluent use of both hands. You will enjoy playing and singing your favorite music in this class. MUS0026.1F6 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 7 p.m.— 8 p.m. Instructor: Jian Jun Chen GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, F2 FEE $39 LAB FEE $5 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Students must bring mini personal keyboard available for less than $50. Instructor will contact you with options for purchasing keyboards.

WINE TASTING

Fine wines will complement a romantic date, dining, or a picnic in the country. Learn how to select, evaluate and afford the best wines available. Learn the distinctions between aroma and bouquet, full bodied, dry and sweet. Tasting is part of the experience. CUL0073.1D3 6 Tue., starts 1/24/12, 7 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Bunky Mastin WINE AND CHEESE GALLERY, Panache 113 N Main St FEE $64 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $55 materials fee paid at first class. You must be age 21 or over to register.

HEALTH AND FITNESS

AYURVEDIC VEGETARIAN COOKING

Learn about Ayurveda, the oldest healthcare system on earth and how to prepare delicious vegetarian dishes that promote good health. Bring your appetite, delicious dinner included. CUL0041.1B6 4 Sat., starts 2/4, 5 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Richard Masla AYURVEDA HEALTH RETREAT 14616 NW 140th Street, Alachua FEE $49 NOTE: $50 supply fee to be paid to instructor at 1st class. Cookbook available for $15. No sr. waivers.

Join us for this popular traditional style of yoga that helps increase flexibility, strength, endurance and awareness. Emphasis is placed on alignment and strengthening, especially the core. This is vinyasa yoga, meaning there is a flow from posture to posture. This is an amazing workout and leaves you feeling great. A moderately strenuous workout in a warm room. HEA0013.1W3 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 5:30 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Kevin Bogle UNIFIED TRAINING CENTER 809 W. University Ave FEE $45 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear comfortable clothing; bring water, towel and yoga mat. Be prepared for a moderately strenuous workout in a warm room.

BASIC HATHA STYLE YOGA

This 6 week beginner’s series is designed for those who want to try hot yoga, but at a slower and cooler pace. Taught in an 85 90 degree studio, this 90 minute class will give students the opportunity to learn each yoga pose with the direction of an experienced instructor. Get a great workout and enjoy the many benefits of Basic Hatha style yoga. HEA0036.1B6 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 12 p.m.—1:30 p.m. Instructor: Big Ron’s Yoga Staff BIG RON’S YOGA COLLEGE 519 NW 10th Ave, Suite D FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

HEA0062.2F3 4 Mon. & Thu., starts 1/23, 10 a.m.—11 a.m. HEA0062.1B2 4 Tue. & Thu., starts 1/24, 5:30 p.m.—6:30 p.m. Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Avenue FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please wear running shoes and workout clothes and bring a water bottle. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class.

HEA0039.1F4 4 Thu., starts 2/9, 7 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: James Malloy SF NW Campus, V - 16 (inside Gym) FEE $40 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Capoeira is an Afro Brazilian form of martial arts that contains elements of music and dance. The practice of Capoeira can increase balance, strength, and agility. SEL0002.1B2 6 Tue. & Thu., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.— 7 p.m. Instructor: Aaron Conway DARKSIDE ATHLETICS 4460 SW 35th Terrace, Unit 106 FEE $50 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

CARDIO BOXING

Tune up your heart and lose weight the healthy way. This 4 week course combines a vigorous cardio workout and fundamentals of boxing and martial arts. Enjoy punching away and not getting hit back!! You will need a jump rope and hand protection. You will have to work hard in this class. HEA0100.1F5 4 Tue. & Thu., starts 1/24, 6:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Avenue FEE $49 NOTE: Please wear work out clothes, bring a water bottle, jump rope and gloves. $15 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

CHAIRCORE YOGA

A unique chair based Yoga class with no getting up and down from the floor. Gentle but effective, this class will work around physical limitations that may prevent participation in traditional yoga classes. Improve balance, stability and flexibility!

Discover how easy and beneficial meditation can be. Meditation has been proven to reduce stress, improve health, and increase energy, mental clarity and inner peace. In this class you’ll learn 4 effective, easy to practice meditations and all the info you’ll need to meditate confidently on your own, plus simple techniques for staying calm in stressful situations.

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Are you wishing you were in better shape? Does going to the gym and figuring out what to do kill your motivation? Then this class is for you. In 4 weeks you will feel the difference in how you feel and look. Class will combine some “simple” exercises and most likely some running drills for extra fun.

CAPOEIRA

ASHTANGA YOGA

BEGINNING MEDITATION

FOOD

BOOT CAMP FOR BOOMERS

HEA0108.1B6 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 12:30 p.m.—1:30 p.m. Instructor: Laura Acosta, MS, RD, LD/N HEA0108.1F3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 11:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m.

Instructor: Laura Acosta, MS, RD, LD/N LIFESTYLE WELLNESS 519 NW 60th Street, Suite E FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

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HEALTH AND FITNESS - cont. CREATE A COMMANDING PRESENCE

Did you know that with proper posture, not only can you cut down on migraines, increase vitality, but also improve your paycheck? With this class you will not only improve your appearance with correct, confident posture but gain a better quality of life. Using simple exercise routines and foam rollers learn to walk taller and stand stronger. HEA0116.1F3 4 Wed., starts 1/25, 11 a.m.—12 p.m. Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Avenue FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class which includes foam roller.

ENERGETIC SELF DEFENSE

Participants will learn a series of basic techniques to gain confidence, and enhance awareness in stressful situations, plus learn energetic exercises that strengthen the body and increase spontaneity. SEL0011.1F1 6 Mon. & Wed., starts 1/23, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Khalid Shakoor UNIFIED TRAINING CENTER 809 W. University Ave FEE $69 NOTE: $15 facility fee paid at 1st class. No sr. waivers

EXERCISE FOR BETTER BONES

Regain your sense of independence and return to activities that you have been unable to enjoy. This class will follow guidelines from the NOF. You will have improved bone density, muscle strength and posture. We will also work on fall prevention skills. HEA0075.1B2 4 Mon. & Wed., starts 1/23, 9 a.m.—10 a.m. Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Avenue FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please wear workout clothes and bring a water bottle. $15 facility fee paid to instructor at first class.

FIT TO GOLF

A golf specific fitness class designed to help you improve your swing, lower your score, and play without nagging aches and pains. (Note that this is NOT a class on how to golf, but rather a strategic set of stretches and exercises that address the unique physical demands of golf.) HEA0114.1F7 6 Sun., starts 1/22, 12 p.m.—1 p.m.

HARMONICA FOR HEALTHY LUNGS

Harmonica playing as respiratory exercise. Studies show increased compliance with inspiration and expiration exercise for those with compromised pulmonary function when the exercise is performed by playing the Harmonica an a regular basis. In short, it makes the exercise fun! MUS0006.1F1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 7:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Edward Coogan SF NW Campus, E - 105 FEE $29 NOTE: Bring $25 for the purchase a basic harmonica from instructor or bring your own if you have one (it needs to be a 10 hole diatonic harmonica in the key of “C”); a notebook and pen. For all levels of players. No sr. waivers.

GYM SANTA FE

You have access to SF’s weight and exercise rooms, the gym floor, scheduled classes, and racquetball courts when not in use by classes or college activities. Call 395-5549 for info on available hours and activities or go to: http://www.sfcollege.edu/athletics/ and select Intramurals or Club/Rec Sports. Children must be at least 16 years old to register. PHY0030.1F1 15 weeks, starts 1/23 SF NW Campus, V bldg/Gymnasium FEE $75 LAB FEE $5 NOTE: May use Gym Mon through Fri, 1/23 to 5/4, at available hours. Please note the gym will be closed for holidays(incl. MLK Jr Day and Spring Break Week) and weekends. You are responsible for getting a Student ID Card once you are registered. Call 395-5193 for information on shorter sessions. PHY0030.1F2 10 weeks, starts 1/23 SF NW Campus, V (Gym) FEE $50 LAB FEE $5 NOTE: May use Gym Mon through Fri, 1/23 to 3/30, at available hours. Please note, the gym will be closed for holidays and weekends, (including Spring Break week: 3/5 -3/9).

GYM SANTA FE SHORT SESSION

You have access to SF’s weight and exercise rooms, the gym floor, scheduled classes, and racquetball courts when not in use by classes or college activities. Call 395-5549 for info on available hours and activities or go to: http://www.sfcollege.edu/athletics/ and select Intramurals or Club/Rec Sports. Children must be at least 16 years old to register. PHY0031.1F1 4 weeks, starts 2/6 SF NW Campus, V bldg/Gymnasium FEE $20 LAB FEE $5 NOTE: May use gym 2/6 - 3/2 during allowed hours.

HEA0114.1F4 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 5:30 p.m.—6:30 p.m.

Come join the craze, learn hula hoop dance and fitness with movement specialist, Jodi Jainchill, PT. Learn to move your body with style while getting a cardio and full body workout. Flatten your abs, lose weight, and improve your posture. Feel energized, confident, and deeply relaxed. Tap into your creativity and have fun exercising! HEA0102.1F3 4 Wed., starts 1/25, 5:30 p.m.—6:30 p.m. Instructor: Jodi Jainchill, PT UNIFIED TRAINING CENTER 809 W. University Ave FEE $45 NOTE: No sr.waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. $30 lab fee for purchase of a Fitness hoop, large, heavy weighted maximum 2 lb. Material fee waived if have own hoop. Dress for work out/Yoga class. Learn more at www.hoopandhealth.com or email Jodi: info@hoopandhealth.com

INTRO TO ORIENTAL MEDICINE

Oriental Medicine is increasingly recognized in the West as a valuable and effective method to prevent and treat disease. The aim is to provide an understanding of the 5 major branches of Oriental medicine: Diet and Nutrition, Qi Gong (energy exercise), Massage and Accupressure, Herbal, and Acupuncture. In addition, Oriental Medicine diagnostic methods will be covered. HEA0076.1F4 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Dragon Rises Instructor DRAGON RISES COLLEGE 1000 NE 16 AVE, Bldg F FEE $49 NOTE: Class will be taught by faculty from Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine. Participants will have the opportunity for a hands on experience of the energy healing arts. Several books will be recommended but none are required. Bring pen and paper. No sr.waivers. $10 material fee paid at 1st class.

KUNDALINI YOGA

Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness, designed to help people lead full and healthy lives. We will use posture, rhythm, breathing technique, mantra, and meditation to deepen internal awareness, build energy, release tension, and clear the mind. HEA0021.1G3 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 5:45 p.m. 7:15 p.m. Instructor: Kim Holton GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, TA Auditorium FEE $42 LAB FEE $5 NOTE: Students will need a yoga mat, towel or small pillow, and blanket.

LEGS AND ABDOMINAL CONDITIONING

Want to sculpt and tone your abdominals and glutes? Come join us in this fun workout and you’ll be amazed at the results you will see. Be prepared for a great workout! Don’t forget your towel and water bottle. HEA0113.1B2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 7 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Instructor: Laura Acosta, MS, RD, LD/N LIFESTYLE WELLNESS 519 NW 60th Street, Suite E FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

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HEALTH AND FITNESS - cont. LOW IMPACT AEROBICS PLUS!

A unique exercise program that includes 2 parts: A low impact aerobic workout designed to increase flexibility, improve cardiovascular conditioning, and extend endurance, and a separate workout that focuses on toning and strengthening the muscles of the abdomen, thighs and buttocks. PHY0006.1F1 6 Mon. & Wed., starts 1/23, 5:45 p.m.—6:45 p.m. Instructor: Claudia Siders SF NW Campus, S - 318 FEE $49 NOTE: Wear loose comfortable clothing. Bring an exercise mat or thick towel.

LUNCHTIME HATHA YOGA

Hatha Yoga is a perfect way to spend your lunch hour. Yoga will develop flexibility, strength, balance and clear the mind. Leave feeling energized and ready to face rest of your day. All levels welcome. Wear loose comfortable exercise clothes. HEA0070.1F2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 12 p.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $45 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

LYMPHEDEMA AND YOUR LIFE

Certified Manual Lymph Drainage Therapist Nancy Keeney Smith explains the Lymph system and its role in the body’s defense. The class will take a look at diseases of the Lymph system including Lymphedema which effects millions of Americans daily. HEA0112.1F3 1 Wed., 2/1, 6:30 p.m—8 p.m. Instructor: Nancy Keeney Smith ALL POINTS THERAPY CLINIC 4131 NW 28th Lane, Suite 4 FEE $29 NOTE: $15 material fee paid at 1st class for self care kit and handouts. No sr. waivers.

NIA MOVEMENT AND FITNESS

The joy of movement. Nia is a free spirit movement class that easily burns 400 calories per hour. It combines martial arts with several styles of dance, all done to world beats. Nia not only boosts health and fitness but also connects body, mind, emotions and spirit. No prior experience needed, and class is suitable to people at all fitness levels. Come and fall in love! DAN0029.1B3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Sarit Sela HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

OH MY ACHING HEAD

Put your well being back in your own hands. Explore the reasons for tension and sinus headaches. Learn how to use simple techniques and therapies, to improve your quality of life and reduce medical costs. HEA0049.1F3 1 Wed., 1/25, 6:30 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Nancy Keeney Smith ALL POINTS THERAPY CLINIC 4131 NW 28th Lane, Suite 4 FEE $29

OH MY ACHING SHOULDERS

Do your shoulders ache? Relief is just a few classes away. You will learn simple therapeutic massage techniques to help relieve stress and tension in your shoulders. Class is a hands on and lots of fun. Wear loose fitting clothes and bring a smile! HEA0103.1F2 1 Wed., 2/22, 6:30 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Nancy Keeney Smith ALL POINTS THERAPY CLINIC 4131 NW 28th Lane, Suite 4 FEE $29 NOTE: No Senior Waivers. $15 material fee paid at first class, which include oil and lotions.

ON A ROLL

Learn how to effectively relieve your tense shoulders, achy neck, stiff back, or tight hips using gentle targeted exercises on foam rollers. Perfect for those with desk jobs, or anyone who wishes to improve mobility and live pain free!

SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN

Learn basic self defense concepts including physical and mental preparedness, self defense moves, body awareness and self confidence. SEL0013.1F3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 8:30 p.m.—9:30 p.m. Instructor: Khalid Shakoor HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

STIFF GUYS YOGA

Just an average guy who always wanted to try yoga but were afraid of being twisted into a pretzel? Whether you are sitting behind the wheel of a rig, or operating a remote on the couch, this class is for you. Learn how to use your strength and power to build flexibility and balance and we’ll work on realigning your body to give you an edge in the activities you love.

HEA0111.1F1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 5:30 p.m.—6:30 p.m. Instructor: Laura Acosta, MS, RD, LD/N ALL POINTS THERAPY CLINIC 4131 NW 28th Lane, Suite 4 FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

HEA0012.1F4 6 Sun., starts 1/22, 12 p.m.—1:30 p.m. Instructor: Big Ron’s Yoga Staff BIG RON’S YOGA COLLEGE 519 NW 10th Ave, Suite D FEE $50 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

QIGONG, WILD GOOSE BASICS

Focus on basic breathing techniques, warm ups, Hatha yoga postures and techniques for relaxation, releasing stress, and revitalizing the mind, body, and spirit. Each class is structured, beginning with an initial check in and brief education, body and breath awareness, warm up, postures, deep relaxation, and ends with a final check in.

Develop flexibility, coordination and agility. Improve balance. Handle stress more easily. Reduce health care expenses. Gain a stronger body, a sharper mind and a happier mood. Qigong (pronounced “chee gung”) is China’s rich tradition of self healing using movement, breath and awareness. The legendary and beautiful Wild Goose style of Qigong is practiced by millions. HEA0082.1W4 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6:30 p.m.—7:45 p.m. Instructor: Ernest Campbell WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: Wear loose, comfortable clothing.

RUNNING FOR BEGINNERS

This is a 2 part class which follows the European style of athletics. We will focus on getting in better shape and then adding running skills. You have 1 day of a conditioning program geared specially for runners. Then 1 day will be spent at the track focusing on proper running technique. The combination will speed up your learning dramatically. HEA0063.1B6 4 Mon. & Wed., starts 1/23, 5:30 p.m.—6:30 p.m. Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Avenue FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Meet at north end of Santa Fe College track. Please wear running shoes and workout clothes and bring a water bottle. Class will meet at Fitness Studio on Mondays and SF track on Wednesdays. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class.

STRETCH + RELAX WITH YOGA

HEA0098.1F2 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Shenna Benarte SF NW Campus, V - 16 (inside Gym) FEE $49 NOTE: Bring a towel, blanket or yoga mat.

TAI CHI CHUAN AND CHI KUNG

Tai Chi Chuan is a beautiful moving meditation from ancient China. You will learn both long and short forms of Tai Chi and 5-7 different forms of Chi Kung. HEA0019.1B2 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 8:15 p.m.—9:30 p.m. Instructor: Khalid Shakoor HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $54 NOTE: $15 facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class. No sr. waivers.

TAI CHI CHUAN

Would you like to move easier? Feel more relaxed and balanced? Then join us for an hour of Tai Chi Chuan and see how this ancient Chinese martial art can improve your life. We will study the Yang style short form (24) and use traditional teaching methods.

HEA0017.1F1 4 Mon. & Wed., starts 1/23, 12 p.m—1 p.m. Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Avenue FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 Facility fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

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HEALTH AND FITNESS - cont. YOGA FOR BEGINNERS

An excellent start for anyone new to yoga. Through demonstrations, discussions, and plenty of practice, students will experience how breath, movement and stillness bring the mind to a calm, relaxed state. This course is also an excellent refresher for alignment, postures, breathing, and relaxation and will include activities from Hatha, kundalini, Qi gong, and mediation. HEA0004.1K2 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 10 a.m.—11:30 a.m. Instructor: Khalid Shakoor HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $55 NOTE: $15 facility fee paid at 1st class. No sr. waivers

YOGA FOR RELAXATION

Understand yogic practices and concepts to build total health: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Learn yoga postures, breathing, values in life and diet. NOTE: Bring a yoga mat, thick towel, or blanket. HEA0030.1B3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 9:30 a.m.—11 a.m. Instructor: Sandra Angelou ETHNIC DANCE EXPRESSIONS 4000 W Newberry Rd, Suite D FEE $45 NOTE: $10 facility fee paid 1st class. Bring a yoga mat or blanket.

YOGA/PILATES MIX

Tired of regular Yoga? Tired of regular Pilates? Let’s combine the best elements of both for our Yoga/Pilates mix. Come focus on flexibility, core strength, posture, coordination, coupled with meditation and relaxation. HEA0014.1B6 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 6 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $45 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

ZUMBA FITNESS WITH CONNIE

Love to get up and dance? Join Connie as you dance to a wide variety of Latin and international rhythms with easy to follow movements and choreography for an exciting and fun workout. Come join the party... the Zumba Fitness Party! HEA0106.1B4 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 7:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Constant Steierlein ETHNIC DANCE EXPRESSIONS 4000 W Newberry Rd, Suite D FEE $45 NOTE: No sr. waivers

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

HOUSE AND GARDEN BUILD AN ACCESSIBLE FILE SYS.

Are you afraid to file papers because you won’t be able to find them again? A good filing system is built for easy retrieval. Learn how to categorize papers into files and folders along with the mechanics of setting up a filing system with an index. Get some tips for tax preparation. HOM0051.1W2 1 Tue., 2/7, 6:30 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Helen Kornblum SF NW Campus, A - 224 FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

DOWNSIZING FOR EVERYONE

If you have exhausted your living space with a lifetime of accumulation, now is the time to downsize or “right size”. Learn how to free yourself from possessions that have possessed you for too long. HOM0052.1F2 2 Tue., starts 1/24, 6:30 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Helen Kornblum SF NW Campus, A - 226 FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

INTRO TO LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Renovate your existing landscape or create a new landscape plan for your property. Learn site analysis, design process and installation techniques for a healthy functional landscape. This course is taught by a graduate of UF Landscape Architecture with 22 years of experience in Florida. HOM0037.1W3 4 Thu., starts 1/26, 6:30 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: James Bowen GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, F2 FEE $35

LANDSCAPE DESIGN FOR HOMEOWNER

Living in Florida means an abundance of plants. Learn to select, maintain, propagate, irrigate, and fertilize. Landscape plantings, the vegetable garden, and problems of indoor plants will be discussed. HOM0039.1W3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Christopher Curry WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $49

LOW MAINTENANCE PLANTS FOR LANDSCAPE

Learn the natives and cultivars that have proven themselves as hardy members of our North Central Florida landscape. The how to’s of selecting, combining and installing these low maintenance gems. Have the prettiest yard and the most time to enjoy it! HOM0022.1F2 1 Tue., 2/7, 6 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: James Bowen SF NW Campus, A - 205 FEE $24

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SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS

An overview of solar energy systems including Solar Thermal, Photovoltaic, Pool Heating, and Hydronic Heating Systems with consideration given to site assessment, basic design and a comparison of various system types, installation and economic issues, as well as a discussion of the history of solar energy systems, development and early applications. MEC0010.1F1 4 Mon., starts 1/23, 6:15 p.m.—7:45 p.m. Instructor: Harold Gertner III SF NW Campus, A-201 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring pen and paper for taking notes.

TREE AND SHRUB PRUNING

Learn how to properly prune trees and shrubs for the best shape, form and health. We’ll look at the anatomy of stems and trunks, demonstrate various techniques, and discuss tool use and safety. NAT0054.1B6 1 Sat., 2/11, 10 a.m.—2 p.m. Instructor: Christopher Curry CURRY’S NURSERY 16088 N Highway 27, Williston FEE $24 NOTE: Directions to be emailed. Dress for outdoors, and bring a bag lunch and beverage.

KIDS KORNER CERAMICS FOR CHILDREN

For kids 11-13, come join us to learn pinch and coil pots, slab box building and small sculpting. The theme is sculpting fantasy and realistic animals. Students will also make a choice of a chess set, slab built box with images, a whistle or simple sculpture. CRA0005.1B4 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 4 p.m.—6 p.m. Instructor: Lauren Faust DORIS CULTURAL ARTS 716 North Main Street FEE $69 NOTE: $115 lab and facility fee is paid at 1st class for snacks and clay materials. This class is for children 11-13 years of age.

COLORBLOCK PRINTING FOR KIDS

A simple and non-toxic method to explore the printmaking process. Create limited edition original art prints. Participants will transfer line drawings of animals to a foam print plate in the first session then print a series of color on color blocks to trade and take home with their plate in the second session. CRA0098.1F4 2 Thu., starts 1/26, 4 p.m.—5 p.m. Instructor: Judy Funk DO ART 3429 West University Ave FEE $29 NOTE: This class is for ages 8-12. $15 facility and material fee paid at 1st class.

JUNIOR GOLF

Golf classes especially oriented for the young players ages 10-16. No experience necessary. $30 greens fee paid at 1st class. Students must bring your own clubs. SPO0019.1E6 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 11 a.m.—12 p.m. Instructor: Scott Dombek WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $35

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KIDS KORNER - cont. VOLLEY TOTS

Healthy fun for moms/dads and toddlers! Kids 6 and under will enjoy this introduction to volleyball with an emphasis on fun and basic hand eye coordination. Mom/dad can participate, observe or run errands knowing their youngster is having a BALL! SPO0029.1B2 6 Tue. & Thu., starts 1/24, 10 a.m.—11 a.m. Instructor: TBA Instructor Gainesville Volleyball Phoenix Commercial Park, Alachua FEE $59 NOTE: $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

LANGUAGES The texts for the language classes listed below can be found at most retail booksellers. AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Sign language is a non verbal method of communicating with deaf or hearing impaired persons. Learn finger spelling and approximately 120 hand signs in this beginning/intermediate class, and basic sign vocabulary. LAN0001.1F1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 5:30 p.m.—7 p.m. Instructor: Sheila Lucas SF NW Campus, B - 026 FEE $44 NOTE: Bring text “A Basic Course in American Sign Language” by Tom Humphries, Carol Padden, Terrence J O’Rourke (approx. cost $30).

CHINESE FOR BEGINNERS

Learn practical, conversational Mandarin to use in meeting people, asking for directions, traveling, and dining out. Each class involves learning a clearing defined set of key expressions with practice in fun, real life situations. LAN0029.1F2 6 Tue. & Thu., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Lili Ma GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, B5 FEE $59 NOTE: Students should purchase a Chinese Language Map, approximate cost is $7.95

FRENCH I

Parlez vous Francais? Whether you are planning a trip, need to transact business, or simply want to enjoy romantic French language, this beginning class is for you. Conversational ability is practiced each class session with special emphasis on accent, intonation, and pronunciation. For beginners only! LAN0023.1D1 6 Tue. & Thu., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Diane Yazedjian GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, A 2 FEE $69 LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Book will be discussed at 1st class.

FRENCH II

SPANISH I - PART II

LAN0024.1F3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Diane Yazedjian WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $54 LAB FEE $3

LAN0042.1W3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Maruja Duenas WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $59 LAB FEE $2 NOTE: Book will be discussed at 1st class.

For those who have completed beginning French, this is an excellent opportunity to continue conversing in French, using various verb tenses, to translate directions and instructions.

ITALIAN

Io voglio parlare italiano. Anche tu? Learn the basics of Italian grammar and vocabulary as you get ready to take that special vacation or just enjoy the music of the Italian phrases. As you get more confident with the vocabulary and grammar, you will begin to practice your conversational skills. LAN0031.1F2 3 Tue. & Thu., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Dr. Giovannella Moscovici SF NW Campus, B - 027 FEE $49 NOTE: Bring text, “Learn Italian the Easy Way” published by Barrons, written by Marcel Danesi. Additional study materials discussed at 1st class.

ITALIAN II

When in Rome...learn to speak as the Italians do. Continue with both grammar and vocabulary as you increase your language skills from Italian I. LAN0032.1F2 3 Tue. & Thu., starts 2/14, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Dr. Giovannella Moscovici SF NW Campus, B - 027 FEE $49 NOTE: Bring text, “Learn Italian the Easy Way” published by Barrons, written by Marcel Danesi. Additional study materials discussed at 1st class.

ITALIAN III - CONVERSATIONAL

Ci parliamo in italiano! Review Italian I and II and quickly improve all your skills through conversation exercises with your teacher and fellow classmates. Start with prepared subjects and “graduate” to free and improvised discussions in Italian. Prereq: Italian I and II, or equivalent experience. LAN0033.1F2 3 Tue. & Thu., starts 3/13, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Dr. Giovannella Moscovici SF NW Campus, B - 027 FEE $49 NOTE: Bring text, “Learn Italian the Easy Way” written by Marcel Danesi, pub. by Barron’s. Additional study materials discussed at 1st class. No classes on 3/6 and 3/8 college is closed for Spring Break Week.

SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS

Immerse yourself in a new romantic language. Improve your Spanish vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation at a basic level. Memorize expressions to survive in Spanish speaking countries. LAN0040.1W3 6 Tue., starts 1/24, 6 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Janet Todd WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $59 LAB FEE $2 NOTE: Spanish the Fast and Fun Way by Gene Hammitt will be used in class.

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

MONEY AND FINANCE HOME BUYING IN TODAY’S MARKET

Take the first step to owning your dream home in today’s buyers market. A detailed overview of home buying will be presented. You will learn how to buy the right home at the right price for you; common mistakes buyers make and what financing is available today. HOM0026.1F3 1 Mon., 1/30, 6:15 p.m.—7:45 p.m. Instructor: Terence Lehman SF NW Campus, B - 029 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring a notepad and pen.

LIVING TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING

What are “living trusts” and when should they be used? Learn the advantages and disadvantages of trusts versus wills. General estate planning, tax tips and investment philosophy for retirement years included. CON0060.1G2 2 Thu., starts 1/26, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Lawrence Christian GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, A 3 FEE $24 NOTE: Taught by an attorney, and a financial consultant.

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Please Note Refund Policy For Outdoor Adventure Trips Consider your reservation for a trip/ class carefully! All classes require preregistration. You may drop an outdoor trip, but you must petition for a refund. If you cancel your reservation with less than 1 week notice of the trip date, a refund will NOT be issued.

BARTRAM’S FLORIDA REVISITED

This kayak/canoe paddle exploration takes us into the area of the St. Johns River dubbed ‘Battle Lagoon’ by 18th century explorer William Bartram. It was here that the young naturalist had his famous alligator ‘encounter’. This trip will take us into a variety of habitats, ranging from wide open river channel to the more enclosed canopy of a spring run. NAT0077.1B6 1 Sat., 2/11, 10 a.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Lars Andersen ST JOHN’S RIVER FEE $60 NOTE: Basic lessons included. Good for beginners. Maps will be emailed. You must call Adventure Outpost at least 2 days before trip to discuss boat preference (canoe, kayak or tandem kayak), (386)454- 0611. No sr. waivers.

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES - cont. BIRD WATCHING

Develop your skill in identifying the birds in our region. Whether you are a beginner or have some experience in bird watching, this field course will increase your knowledge of our feathered friends. This class is taught by a variety of our local birding experts. Please provide email address, instructor will contact you before 1st class. NAT0003.1B6 4 Sat., starts 1/21, 8 a.m.—10 a.m. Instructor: Kathy Haines FLORIDA BOOKSTORE II, Parking Lot 34th St and SW 20th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: Bring binoculars if you have them, cameras are welcome too. No sr. waivers. You must be at least 18 yrs old to register. Please register early as this class fills quickly. 1st class will be from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., all others will begin at 7:50. The last class will be a trip to Cedar Key, and lasts until 1:30 p.m..

COASTAL KAYAKING: SHELL MOUND

Explore Florida’s scenic Gulf coast, paddling over glistening shallow bays among coastal islands rimmed by sandy beaches. Knowledgeable guides will introduce you to the estuaries at a leisurely pace with time to explore beaches and observe wildlife. Kayak lessons and equipment included. SPO0039.1B7 1 Sat., 1/21, 11 a.m.—2 p.m. Instructor: Brack Barker CEDAR KEY FEE $60 NOTE: Minimum age: 16 years. No sr. waivers. Directions will be emailed a couple of days before trip, so please preregister. Call Brack Barker for more information at 352-226-2251.

HISTORY PADDLE: ATSENA OTIE KEY

This island off the coast at Cedar Key has been a part of local history for over a thousand years. We will explore this island and discuss the cultural and historical significance of its position throughout time. Both paddling and walking are involved. NAT0006.1B6 1 Sat., 2/4, 10:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. Instructor: Brack Barker CEDAR KEY FEE $60 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Minimum age: 16 years. Lesson incl. and equipment provided. Call Brack Barker for more information at 352-226-2251. Directions emailed a couple of days before trip so please preregister.

SIRENIANS AND SPRINGS

A kayak tour to look at gentle marine mammals in their winter habitat. Kayak lesson included; no swimming involved. NAT0024.1B6 1 Sat., 1/28, 8:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. NAT0024.1B7 1 Sat., 2/25/12, 8:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Instructor: Brack Barker CRYSTAL RIVER FEE $50 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Directions and what to bring will be emailed a couple of days before trip, so please preregister. No previous knowledge needed but physical coordination is helpful. Call Brack Barker for more information at 352-226-2251.

ICHETUCKNEE RIVER

On this easy paced, 2 hour paddle trip (canoe or kayak, your choice) you’ll learn why this is one of North Florida’s most famous spring runs. With a rich history stretching back nearly 14,000 years and a variety of habitats and wild species, Ichetucknee is great for everyone from birders and botanists, to people who just like to experience nature at its finest. NAT0011.1B7 1 Sun., 2/19, 10 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Lars Andersen FEE $60 NOTE: Basic lessons included. Good for beginners. Maps will be emailed a couple of days before trip. You must call Adventure Outpost at least 2 days before trip to discuss boat preference (canoe, kayak or tandem kayak), (386)454-0611. No sr. waivers.

LOST WORLD OF THE IVORY BILL

MANATEES, MOUNDS AND SPRINGS

Canoe or kayak the beautiful waters of Crystal River and King’s Bay, winter home to nearly 300 endangered manatees. We’ll explore some of the 30 springs and discuss the numerous Indian mounds (not visited on this trip) that make this a nature lover’s paradise. A great trip for all ages. Good for beginners, basic lessons included. NAT0044.2B6 1 Sat., 1/28/12, 10 a.m.—3 p.m. NAT0044.1B6 1 Sat., 2/4, 10 a.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Lars Andersen CRYSTAL RIVER FEE $50 NOTE: Basic lessons included. Good for beginners. Maps will be emailed a couple days before trip. You must call Adventure Outpost at least 2 days before trip to discuss boat preference (canoe, kayak or tandem kayak), (386)454-0611. No sr. waivers.

PAYNES PRAIRIE HISTORY HIKE

On this 2 3 mile walk and talk, author Lars Andersen (Paynes Prairie, A History and Guide. Pineapple Press. 2001 and ‘04) describes 12,000 years of human history on Paynes Prairie, and the fascinating lore of some of the Prairie’s plant and animal species. SPO0008.1B5 1 Fri., 2/24, 10 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Lars Andersen 100 Savannah Blvd., Micanopy FEE $24 NOTE: Maps will be emailed a couple days before hike; please preregister and bring $5 to class to pay for park permit. No sr. waivers.

SENIORS GONE WILD: SANTA FE RIVER

On this kayak/canoe trip, we’ll explore the remote backwaters of the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge where we’ll learn about Frank Chapmans 1880’s ornithological expedition. We’ll compare today’s wildlife with that noted by Chapman, (which included now extinct?) ivory billed woodpeckers.

For seniors with the strength and stamina for two hours of light exercise, there’s no finer activity for limbering up than a leisurely paddle down a beautiful river. It’s low impact, easy paced and, best of all, no experience necessary. Along our route we’ll visit several springs and enjoy the company of the river’s many wild residents, including birds and turtles.

NAT0002.1B6 1 Sat., 2/18, 10 a.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Lars Andersen SUWANNEE RIVER FEE $60 NOTE: Basic lessons included. Good for beginners. Maps will be emailed a couple days before trip. You must call Adventure Outpost at least 2 days before trip to discuss boat preference (canoe, kayak or tandem kayak), (386)454-0611. No sr. waivers.

NAT0008.1B3 1 Wed., 2/15, 10 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Lars Andersen FEE $60 NOTE: Basic lessons included. Good for beginners. Maps will be emailed a couple days before trip. You must call Adventure Outpost at least 2 days before trip to discuss boat preference (canoe, kayak or tandem kayak), (386)454-0611. No sr waivers.

SENIORSS GONE WILD ICHETUCKNEE RIVER

For seniors with the strength and stamina for two hours of light exercise, there’s no finer activity for limbering up than a leisurely paddle down a beautiful river. It’s low impact, easy paced and, best of all, no experience necessary. As you paddle you’ll learn some of the history and nature of one of Florida’s most beautiful spring fed rivers. NAT0029.1B3 1 Wed., 2/29, 10 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Lars Andersen FEE $60 NOTE: Basic lessons included. Good for beginners. Maps will be emailed a couple of days before trip. You must call Adventure Outpost at least 2 days before trip to discuss boat preference (canoe, kayak or tandem kayak), (386)454-0611. No sr. waivers.

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES - cont. SENIORS GONE WILD-SUWANEE RIVER

For seniors with the strength and stamina for two hours of light exercise, there’s no finer activity for limbering up than a leisurely paddle down a beautiful river. It’s low impact, easy paced and, best of all, no experience necessary. We’ll also discuss some of the Suwannee’s rich history and enjoy its scenic vistas and limestone bluffs.

NAT0022.1B3 1 Wed., 2/22, 10 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Lars Andersen FEE $60 NOTE: Basic lessons included. Good for beginners. Maps will be emailed a couple of days before trip. You must call Adventure Outpost at least 2 days before trip to discuss boat preference (canoe, kayak or tandem kayak), (386)454-0611. No sr. waivers.

TWO HAWK HAMMOCK TRAIL RIDE

Experience the beauty of Florida’s flora and fauna from the back of a horse. On the trail you’ll visit Cedar Lakes Reserve Botanical Gardens and Devil’s Den Springs. Get nose to nose with Sheila the Emu, Daisy the Deer and many more furry friends. Bring a picnic lunch and the whole family to take advantage of Florida’s natural wonders. NAT0019.1F6 1 Sat., 1/21, 2 p.m.—4 p.m. NAT0019.2F6 1 Sat., 1/28, 2 p.m.—4 p.m. NAT0019.3F6 1 Sat., 2/4/12, 2 p.m.—4 p.m. NAT0019.4F6 1 Sat., 2/11/12, 2 p.m.—4p.m. Instructor: 2 Hawk Hammock Instructor TWO HAWK HAMMOCK 17950 NE 53rd Lane, Williston FEE $70 NOTE: Please pre register, maps will be emailed. Please wear long pants and closed toe shoes and bring water bottle. No sr. waivers.

SPECIAL INTERESTS CONSIDERING A DIVORCE?

Learn about the divorce process. Trained professionals in legal, financial and personal issues of divorce will discuss the process. Community resources will be identified and attendees are encourage to network with others experiencing similar life changes. PGR0049.1W2 1 Tue., 1/24, 6:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: G’ville Collab. Divorce Team WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $20

GAINESVILLE HISTORIC TOURS

PSYCHIC CONNECTIONS

HOB0031.1F6 4 Sat., starts 1/21, 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Instructor: Melanie Barr THOMAS CENTER 302 NE 6th Avenue FEE $49 NOTE: Class will meet in a different historic district each week.

PSY0013.1G4 6 Thu., starts 1/26, 7 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Marguerite Romeis SF NW Campus, B - 202 FEE $39

Join a local historian to learn the history of downtown Gainesville, including the Duckpond Neighborhood, the SE Historic District, the Pleasant Street Historic District, and the downtown entertainment district. Class size is limited. Please wear comfortable shoes and be dressed for outdoor weather.

HOW TO DIVORCE WITHOUT WAR

This 1 day workshop is designed to explain the divorce process. Three trained professionals will present the legal, personal, and financial issues of a collaborative divorce. The goal is to inform the community of a more amicable solution to ending a marriage. This is especially helpful when children are involved. PGR0008.1F1 1 Tue., 1/31, 7 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: G’ville Collab. Divorce Team WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $20

NATURAL SKIN CARE

Cringe at the exorbitant price of “natural” skin care products? Get empowered with creative and economical ways to naturally care for your skin! Learn how to make alternatives to store bought products using common and not so common household ingredients like fresh fruits, goat’s milk, essential oils and herbs. Light snackswill be available, or bring a lunch if you prefer. HEA0002.1F2 1 Sat., 2/25, 11 a.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Tina Elmore Wright THE MAKER’S MARKET 295 South Court Street, Bronson FEE $34 NOTE: Please bring $15 for basic essential oils, fresh ingredients and containers for finished products. Light snacks will be available for purchase or bring a bag lunch and a drink. Please have a freshly washed face with no makeup.

PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION

This course is an introduction to the world of paranormal investigation for the open minded skeptic. Paranormal investigation is similar to the process of forensic investigation. Topics include hauntings and poltergeists, paranormal dreams, ESP, near death experiences and possession. PSY0010.1F3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Instructor: Andrew Nichols, Ph.D. SF NW Campus, A - 201 FEE $49

Beyond the world of the senses, exists another world, the amazing world of Spirit. Discover how to tap into the Spirit World. Explore psychometry (get info by holding an object or picture). Learn about auras, chakras, meditation and ESP, and different healing techniques to restore yourself and others. Find out how to use the Pendulum and all the wonderful things it does.

SCENTS FOR THE SENSES

“According to ancient wisdom and modern science, our sense of smell holds our memories and can evoke emotions. We’ll explore the basics of aromatherapy and how to use aromas to soothe or invigorate our surroundings and ourselves. Projects include making natural potpourris, scented infused oils and herbal mists using only natural ingredients and pure essential oils.” HEA0095.1F1 1 Sat., 2/4, 11 a.m.—3 p.m. Instructor: Tina Elmore Wright THE MAKER’S MARKET 295 South Court Street, Bronson FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers; class size limited to six students. Please bring $15 for (material list will vary) essential oils, herbs and containers for finished products. Other materials will also be available to purchase. Light snacks will be available, or bring a lunch if you prefer.

SPORTS ARCHERY 101

Archery 101 will give students the opportunity to learn the basic skills of archery, equipment selection and care, basic safety considerations, techniques and fundamentals of shooting. SPO0051.1F6 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 10:30 a.m.—11:30 a.m. Instructor: Archery Instructor EASTON NEWBERRY SPORTS 24880 NW 16th Avenue, Newberry FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 range and facility fee due at 1st class.

ARCHERY 201

Build on your basic skills with intermediate drills and shooting techniques with emphasis on form. SPO0053.1F1 8 Mon., starts 1/23, 7:30 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Archery Instructor EASTON NEWBERRY SPORTS 24880 NW 16th Avenue, Newberry FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 range and facility fee paid at 1st class.

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GOLF FOR WOMEN

SPORTS - cont. GOLF

Basic golf fundamentals from putting through driving are taught. Receive one hour of instruction and one hour of supervised practice or playing. $30 greens fee paid at 1st class covers balls and available clubs. SPO0020.2E6 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 11 a.m.—1 p.m. Instructor: Cherub Hurt SPO0020.2E1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 5:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: Scott Dombek SPO0020.2E3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 5:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Instructor: Scott Dombek WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39

GOLF FOR SENIORS

Learn basic golf fundamentals from putting through driving. Receive one hour of instruction and one hour of supervised practice or playing. $30 greens fee paid at 1st class covers balls and available clubs. No sr. waivers. SPO0011.1E3 6 Wed., starts 1/25, 9 a.m.—11 a.m. Instructor: Scott Dombek WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39

More women are taking to the golf course every day. This class will give women players individual coaching and tips to improve their game. Work with professional golf pros to learn fundamentals and polish your golf skills. $30 greens fee paid at 1st class covers balls and available golf clubs. SPO0025.1E6 6 Sat., starts 1/21, 9 a.m.—11 a.m. Instructor: Cherub Hurt WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39

GOLF III

Join the professionals at Westend Golf Course and play nine holes with instruction during play. This class is for the more advanced, or for those who have completed Golf I. Note: $40 greens fee will be paid at 1st class. This covers use of course, balls and available clubs. SPO0021.1E1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 9 a.m.—11 a.m. SPO0021.2E1 6 Mon., starts 1/23, 5 p.m.—7 p.m. SPO0021.1E5 6 Fri., starts 1/27, 9 a.m.—11 a.m. Instructor: Stephen Dixon WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39

SAIL AND POWER BOATING COURSE

Learn and improve your knowledge of boating skills. Find out how the rules of the road work, what all of the aids to navigation mean, understand docking principles, anchoring, state regulations, reading a chart, and many other nautical topics. This course meets all requirements for state license and qualifies for most insurance company discounts. SPO0097.1G2 4 Tue. & Thu., starts 1/24, 7 p.m.—9 p.m. Instructor: Jib Davidson GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, A 5 FEE $20 NOTE: Book and materials will be purchased at the 1st class for $45. The class will be taught by the Gainesville Sail and Power Squadron (Fall and Spring) or the Gainesville Coast Guard Auxiliary (Winter and Summer).

TENNIS

Learn the proper tennis fundamentals including the grip, racket, court description, forehand and backhand strokes, serve, net game, and scoring with professional level instructor. Taught by a USPTA certified pro. SPO0040.1B6 5 Sat., starts 1/21, 9:30 a.m.—10:45 a.m. Instructor: Vija Purs COFRIN NATURE PARK 4810 NW 8th Avenue FEE $32 NOTE: Additional court/materials fee of $32 fee paid at 1st class. No sr. waivers. Bring your own racquet.

INTRO TO SCUBA DIVING

You’ll receive classroom training in the history, equipment, science, environment, activities and safety related to diving. You may become SCUBA certified through optional checkout dives after the completion of this course, at an additional cost. SPO0095.1F2 4 Tue., starts 1/31, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. Instructor: Michael Kutyna SF NW Campus, B - 029 FEE $34

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CPR Courses Santa Fe College offers an inexpensive and convenient American Heart Association CPR certification for job requirements, academic programs, or personal lives. Great for medical personnel, students, or anyone interested in becoming certified in CPR. These 4-hour classes will provide you with an American Heart Association 2-year CPR Certification (Healthcare Provider card). You will receive your Healthcare Provider card after successfully passing the required testing. This course will meet the requirements for health care providers, and includes adult, child, and infant CPR training. Course fee $55.

For more information or to register, call SF Continuing Education at (352) 395-5896, or go to: http://dept.sfcollege.edu/cied/newCIEDpages/cprA.html 530 West University Avenue Gainesville, FL 32601 (352) 395-5896 www.cied.sfcollege.edu

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Seniors - 60+ Club

Refunds

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

You may drop a class and receive a full refund by calling the Community Education office DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE COMMUNITY EDUCATION TERM for any class 2 weeks or longer in length. For classes shorter than two weeks in length, regardless of the week of the term, you must drop the class at least 2 business days before the class begins to receive a refund.

Onsite Registration Call 352-395-5193 the day before, or day of 1st class to see if space is available. Classes without sufficient enrollment will be cancelled.

Cancellation Policy Community Education reserves the right to cancel classes based on low enrollment or other causes. The student will be notified in advance, and a full refund will be provided. Refunds will not be credited to your credit card; instead, you will receive a refund check in the mail within 3-4 weeks.

General Information • Enrollment in Community Education classes is open to any person regardless of race, creed, color, sex, age, handicap, or marital status. Some classes may not be suitable for children. • If you need special help because of physical disabilities, please contact Community Education at 352-395-5193. • Fees must be paid at registration by cash, check (made out to SF), money order, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express. Cash CAN NOT be accepted at on-site registration for Community Education.

After the first two weeks of the Community Education term, and once a course is in progress, you must fill out a petition for refund. Refunds are not automatic, and a legitimate reason must be stated. After the FIRST THREE WEEKS OF THE COMMUNITY EDUCATION TERM, only partial refunds will be granted upon approval. Full refunds will NOT be granted except in special cases. Outdoor adventure classes require additional lead drop time. You may drop an outdoor class/trip, but you must petition for a refund. The petition will go before a review committee, and if approved, you will receive a partial refund.* NO PETITIONS WILL BE RECEIVED OR REFUNDS PROCESSED once the last day of the term has passed. Call 352-395-5193, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., if you wish to drop within the appropriate drop time. You will need to provide the following student information: student ID, name, address, telephone number, and course number(s) of class(es) you wish to drop. You will receive a refund check in the mail in approximately 4 - 6 weeks. Your credit card account will NOT be credited for the amount. NOTE: Online classes have varying drop dates for refunds. Check online courses for details. * Please see the refund policy for these classes at the beginning of the Outdoor Adventures section.

• Community Education reserves the right to add or delete without notice any courses offered in this catalog, or to alter the fees or costs. • All credit card payments will receive an email receipt. Please make sure you provide your email address. This information will not be shared with any other organization or company.

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SF-NW CAMPUS COMMUNITY EDUCATION 3000 NW 83rd St, V - 17, (352) 395-5193 SF-CONTINUING EDUCATION Charles L Blount Center, Bldg. DB 530 W University Ave, (352) 395-5896 SF-DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer (352) 395-5254

GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 1900 NW 13th St (352) 955-6866 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm Dee Staten WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 3215 NW 15th Ave (352) 395-5193 Paula McCanless or Laura Lambs

SF-WATSON CENTER 4150 State Rd 21, Keystone Heights (352) 395-5821 / (352) 473-8989

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Online

Go to www.mysfcollege.com and click on the Register Now button. Official access available from 7 am - 10 pm; other hours available.

Telephone Pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. Call 395-5193 between 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Mon. - Fri. Have each student’s name, address, birthday and phone number.

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Drop by our office at SF’s NW campus, V - 17, (inside the Gym) 3000 NW 83rd St, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. Pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express, cash or check.

Fax

Dial 352-395-5945. Pay with MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express and use one form for each student. If you do not receive a confirmation call within 24 hours, call 352-395-5193.

Mail

Complete registration form and attach check payable to: SF. Mail to Community Education, V - 17, 3000 NW 83rd St, Gainesville, FL 32606, before January 18, 2012. After this date, call 352-395-5193 and assure space is available before mailing for later-starting classes.

Registration Form This worksheet is for your use. Please complete prior to calling in your phone, FAX or mail registration. One form per student. Be sure to have your credit card information available when registering over the phone, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. NEW STUDENTS will need to make up an 8-digit Student ID using letters and/or numbers. (Please no special characters) Student ID (8-digits letters/numbers): First Name:

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