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Important Dates!

Contents

Animal Activities.........................................................4 Art .............................................................................................5 Career & Test Prep...................................................6

Jan 6

Registration begins for Winter

Computers & Technology...........................6-7

Jan 18

Classes begin for Winter

Crafts & Hobbies...................................................8-9

Jan 20

M L King, Jr. Day - college closed

Dance....................................................................................9

Feb 17

President’s Day - SBAC schools

Ed2go Online............................................................. 19

Mar 3-8

Spring Break - college closed

Fine Arts & Music.................................................... 10

Food..................................................................................... 11

General Information........................................... 19 Health & Fitness............................................... 11-13

Historic Gainesville Walking Tours......... 16

House & Garden.................................................... 14

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Languages.................................................................... 15 Money & Finance................................................. 15

Course Title

Introduction To Android

Outdoor Adventures.......................................... 16

Plus50................................................................................... 17

Registration Information................................. 19

Senior Classes............................................................ 17

SIMED Health Series............................................. 14

Special Interests...................................................... 18

Sports................................................................................... 18

Community Education Staff

COM0012 is the course # 1 Sat. means this course runs for 1 Saturday and starts on 11/2.

This class is designed to provide students with an introduction to the interface, settings, widgets, and applications available to Android smartphone users. Students are encouraged to bring their Android smartphone to the class.

COM0012.1F6

1 Sat., starts 11/2, 9 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C-114 FEE $39

Registration fee

First time class is offered 1F6 is the section #

Course location: Bldg C, Rm 114

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Jennifer Mullis Program Coordinator jennifer.mullis@sfcollege.edu

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Animal Activities

Animal Activities

“Any glimpse into the life of an animal quickens our own and makes it so much the larger and better in every way.” ~ John Muir ~ Advanced Dog Training

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

ANI0025.1F6

6 Sat., starts 1/25, 11 am—12 am Instructor: Mitzi Calvert, CGC Eval. SF NW Campus, Lot 9A Overflow prkg FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Additional $25 fee paid at 1st class. Current vaccinations required. Class meets at Overflow Parking lot across from Walgreens (on corner of NW 91st St). Provide email address, instructor will send map.

AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Class

Learn how to best communicate with your puppy and also provide an opportunity for your dog to socialize with other dogs. In classes aimed at earning the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy distinction, you’ll be able to get info on all of your puppy raising questions including housetraining, chewing, and the most effective way to teach practical skills such as coming when called.

ANI0045.1F6

6 Sat., starts 1/25, 10 am—11 am Instructor: Mitzi Calvert, CGC Eval. SF NW Campus, Lot 9A Overflow prkg FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Additional $25 fee paid at 1st class. At completion of this basic training class your puppy (up to 1 yr.) is eligible to be enrolled in the S.T.A.R. Puppy Program. Distinction information listed at http://www.akc.org/starpuppy/. Provide email address, instructor will send map. Meets concurrently with Advanced Dog Training.

Beginning 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 1/25,10 am—11 am Instructor: Mitzi Calvert, CGC Eval. SF NW Campus, Lot 9A Overflow prkg FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Additional $25 fee paid at 1st class. Current vaccinations required. Class meets at Overflow Parking lot across from Walgreens (on corner of NW 91st St). Provide email address, instructor will send map. Meets concurrently with AKC class.

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

3 Tue., starts 2/11, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Melanie Phillpot, CPDT, CNWI EAGER PUP TRAINING STUDIO (Indoors) 519 NW 10 Ave FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Additional $10 materials fee paid at 1st class, Bring pup, proof of current immunizations, water and favorite tiny treats to 1st class. Provide email address, instructor will send map.

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.

Trail Ride: See Florida By Horse

Explore natural North Florida from the back of a horse. Visit Devil’s Den Springs, Cedar Lakes Reserve and Botanical Gardens. The ride leaves Two Hawk Hammock in Williston and passes through Cedar Lakes Reserve. After the ride, you are invited to see Devil’s Den Spring and meet all the creatures that make their home on Two Hawk Hammock Farms.

NAT0019.1F6

1 Sat., starts 1/18, 9:30 am—12:30 pm

NAT0019.2F6

1 Sat., starts 2/15, 9:30 am—12:30 pm

NAT0019.3F6

1 Sat., starts 2/22, 9:30 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Corey Souza TWO HAWK HAMMOCK 17950 NE 53rd Ln, Williston FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please wear closedtoe shoes (no flip-flops) and long pants. No experience necessary, but must be in good physical condition. No children under 10, kids must be accompanied by an adult.

ANI0055.1B4

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

Teaching Your Horse To Drive

Enjoy the sport of horse carriage driving where you can explore quiet, back roads or experience the thrill of competitive driving. This intensive workshop covers an introduction to 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., starts 2/8, 9 am—5 pm Instructor: Karen Wolfsheimer UF HORSE TEACHING UNIT 1934 SW 63rd Ave FEE $49 - LAB FEE $3 NOTE: No sr. waivers. This class will be taught by the Florida Whips. Children (ages 12-17) who are accompanied by registered parent may attend this class at no cost, but will have no hands-on activity. Directions and class information will be emailed.

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Art

Art “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” Art For Non-Artists

You too can create original artwork for your home. In this 6-week class, you will create 8 pieces of Avant Garde art suitable to hang on your wall or give as gifts. Using alternative materials like wax, glue, and water, you will create abstract, post modern style artwork. With these easy craft projects, you will feel like a real artist! No art skills needed!

CRA0007.1F4

6 Thu., starts 1/30, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Elizabeth Labbe SF NW Campus, S-317 FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $45 supply fee paid to instructor at 1st class. No class on 3/6.

Easy Avant Garde Art

In this 4-week class, you will create 6 pieces of Avant Garde art suitable to hang on your wall or give as gifts. Using alternative materials, you will create 2 companion pieces in an abstract style and a 4-piece group in a post-modern style. No art skills needed. These craft-like projects will make you into a real artist!

ART0063.1H2

4 Tue., starts 1/28, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Elizabeth Labbe HAWTHORNE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL 21403 SE 70th Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $25 supply fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Introduction To Ceramics

Learn the basics of working with clay! From wedging to glaze firing, we will explore the fundamentals and uses of ceramics as well as various hand building techniques, including pinch, coil and slab.

ART0023.1H2

4 Thu., starts 1/30, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Karin Weinrich HAWTHORNE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL 21403 SE 70th Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 supply fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Landscape Painting In Oils

Begin a love affair with painting. You will learn how to take your photo and transform it into an exciting landscape. We will work on skills and techniques while covering the basics; composition, values, color and lighting. Whether you are a beginner or intermediate, you will become more confident in painting.

ART0017.1A4

6 Tue., starts 1/28, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Linda Bair SF NW Campus, S-316 FEE $79 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a desktop easel (approx. cost $10-$20) and landscape photos (optional). Provide email address, instructor will send you full supply list (approx. cost $50-$60). No class on 3/4.

~ Edgar Degas ~ Repoussé Metal Craft

Repoussé is a metalworking technique in which a malleable metal is ornamented or shaped by hammering from the reverse side to create a design in low relief. This course will introduce students to the basic skills and tools necessary for repoussé crafting. Students will complete an 8x10 picture frame at the end of course.

CRA0003.1F6

1 Sat., starts 2/8, 10 am—12 pm Instructor: Heidi Schweibert TWO HAWK HAMMOCK 17990 NE 53rd Ln, Williston FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $5 materials fee paid to instructor at 1st class.

Oil Painting With Diana

Have you always wanted to paint but feel it’s beyond your ability because you don’t even know how to draw? Put your worries to rest and find out how. Oil painting can be fun and relaxing! It’s easily the most forgiving of all painting mediums. Your success from your very first painting will surprise you. Come join the fun to complete a beautiful oil painting.

ART0022.1F2

4 Fri., starts 2/7, 10 am—1 pm Instructor: Diana White SF WATSON CENTER 4150 SE State Road 21, Keystone Heights FEE $69 NOTE: No sr. waivers. For a list of supplies and information, go to www.dianawhite.com.

Still Life Painting In Acrylic

This class is designed for intermediate painters. It covers the elements and principles of painting, including lessons on composition, value, color, light, movement and a variety of acrylic techniques. Paint in a fun and relaxed environment.

ART0027.1F4

6 Thu., starts 1/30, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Linda Bair SF NW Campus, S-316 FEE $79 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a desktop easel (approx. cost $10-$20). Provide email address, instructor will send you full supply list (approx. cost $50-$60). No class on 3/6.

Online Options Discover Digital Photography

An informative introduction to the fascinating world of digital photography equipment.

Drawing for the Absolute Beginner

Gain a solid foundation in drawing and become the artist you’ve always dreamed you could be!

Digital Scrapbooking

Learn how to make the most of your scrapbooking talents and artistic ideas when you combine digital and traditional scrapbooking techniques.

Introduction To Digital Scrapbooking

Learn how to make the most of your scrapbooking talents and artistic ideas when you combine digital and traditional scrapbooking techniques.

Introduction To Journaling

Discover how journaling can help you learn more about yourself, explore your dreams, values, and beliefs, improve your health, survive unwanted change, succeed in your career, and express your creativity.

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Career

Career & Test Prep Effective Email

Business and job searching depend on effective email. Professional, clear, concise. Come to the workshop and get some tips and tricks to having your email read.

CAR0005.1H2

1 Tue., starts 1/21, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: JoAnn Wilkes HAWTHORNE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL 21403 SE 70th Ave FEE $Free NOTE: Preregister by 1/16.

Exploring College At 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, and classes to learn a new skill or hobby.

CAR0011.1A2

Exploring College 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., starts 1/30, 6:30 pm—8:15 pm Instructor: Santa Fe Recruitment Specialist SF NW Campus, R-101 FEE $Free 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. Learn about available services such as counseling, academic advisement, student services, degrees, and certificates available.

CAR0014.1F3

1 Tue., starts 2/4, 5:30 pm—7 pm Instructor: Santa Fe Recruitment Specialist SF DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $Free

1 Thu., starts 2/6, 6:30 pm—8:15 pm Instructor: Santa Fe Recruitment Specialist SF NW Campus, R-101 FEE $Free NOTE: Preregistration only.

Health/Legal 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., starts 2/10, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Doug Robertson SF NW Campus, C-103 FEE $Free

Yikes! Online Applications

Are you struggling with employment applications online? Want some help? Upload a resume? Join us for a workshop on completing an application that will get attention.

CAR0009.1A2

1 Tue., starts 2/18, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: JoAnn Wilkes SF DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $Free NOTE: Please preregister by February 17.

Computers

Computers & Technology Am I ready for this computer class?

Look at the question below: • Do you use computers all the time? Is your computer menu-driven? Do you use applications programs software? Can you enter & exit programs and understand vocabulary, such as: mouse, CPU, Explorer, database, and spreadsheet? If you answered “No”, you should take a Community Education PC Fundamentals I for Seniors or MS Word for Beginners class. If you answered “Yes” to all of the questions above, keep going… • Can you use tools to find files? Do you understand subdirectory structures? Can you save files, manipulate windows and control computer settings? If you answered “No”, you could take our PC Fundamentals II for Seniors. Remember, if you aren’t comfortable with your computer and its use, please take our introductory courses. You’ll get more out of the applications classes if you are the same level as the other students.

Note: Unless a prerequisite is noted, classes are designed for all levels! 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., starts 2/3, 5:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Daniel Trunk SF NW Campus, A-028 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Optional workbook may be purchased at 1st 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, create slideshows, and share through printouts, the internet, and email. The Windows file manager utility will be used to view and transfer photos, and a freeware photo editor program will be used to edit them. Must have PC Fundamentals I + II or comparable experience.

COM0014.1F2

3 Thu., starts 2/6, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: James Yawn SF NW Campus, S-254 FEE $34 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: Bring your camera, freshly charged batteries, and all the paperwork and any accessories that came with it. This is a computer based class using Microsoft Windows 7.

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Enhancing Your Photographs

Learn to enhance your photography. You will learn the basics of working on photographs to enhance color, using tools to make selections for spot color,cropping, and overall enhancement of images. Also included will be how to use skin smoothing techniques for portraits and how to add text to a photograph. Some keyboard shortcuts will also be covered for faster workflow.

COM0025.1F6

5 Mon., starts 1/27, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Brenda Thornton SF ANDREWS CENTER 209 W Call St, Starke FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Basic computer skills are required.

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Computers & Technology - cont. How To Use Your Kindle Fire

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

COM0040.1F2

2 Thu., starts 3/13, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Ken Humphlett SF NW Campus, B-004 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring your Kindle Fire and accessories to class.

Introduction To Android

This class is designed to provide students with an introduction to the interface, settings, widgets, and applications available to Android smartphones. Students are encouraged to bring their Android smartphone to the class.

COM0012.1F6

1 Sat., starts 2/15, 9 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C-114 FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

iPad Fundamentals - Part I

Learn the basics of how to use your iPad: basic settings, navigation, WiFi, making it easier to use, iCloud Backup, updating the iPad system software, Notes, Organize your life, iMessage and Facetime.

COM0018.1F2

1 Thu., 2 Tue., starts 1/23, 6 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Ken Humphlett SF NW Campus, B-004 FEE $44 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Updated for iOS7. First class meets Thursday, 1/23.

iPad Fundamentals - Part II

This is for those who want more out of their iPad experience. We’ll go more in depth in using Email and Web browsing, iTunes/ Appstore buying etc., Photos and Video, and Manage Apps.

COM0022.1F4

3 Thu., starts 2/6, 6 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Ken Humphlett SF NW Campus, B-004 FEE $44 NOTE: No sr. waivers. This intermediate class is for students with basic iPad experience. Bring your iPad and accessories.

Online Options

What’s New In MS 2010

Get up to speed on MS Office 2010 and learn how to use the new features of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.

Guiding Your Children On The Internet Gain confidence and experience so you can help your children discover all the Internet has to offer.

MS Word 2013 For Beginners

Learn the basics of MS WORD including how to edit text, including font, letter size, color and highlighting; work on multiple documents; change the text; change margins and tab settings; automatically center, right and left align, justify, and indent text; run the grammar and spell check; use the thesaurus; discuss templates, and save, organize, and print your documents.

COM0059.1H2

4 Tue., starts 2/4, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Wallace Russell HAWTHORNE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL 21403 SE 70th Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring USB/flash drive to class.

MS Word And Excel 2013

This will be a fun and creative class to help learn or refresh your skills in MS Word and Excel. We will start with what is new in 2013, showing the new features, and then create different projects focusing on colors, clip art and tables. With Excel, we will compare the similarities to Word; work with spreadsheets, creating, formatting, and how to use the easy formulas.

COM0026.1H4

6 Thu., starts 1/23, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Elizabeth Treese HAWTHORNE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL 21403 SE 70th Ave FEE $64 NOTE: No sr. waivers. This is an intermediate class, students should have some knowledge of MS Word and Excel. Bring USB/flash drive to class.

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.

COM0020.1F3

4 Wed., starts 1/22, 2:30 pm—5:30 pm Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C-114 FEE $54 - LAB FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a USB/flash drive, if you have one. Non-seniors may also register for this class.

Basics Of PC Security

Computers

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 2/19, 2:30 pm—5:30 pm Instructor: Brian Fox SF NW Campus, C-114 FEE $54 - LAB FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a USB/flash drive if you have one. Non-seniors may also register for this class. No class on 3/5.

PC’s For Beginners

Would you like to learn how to use a computer but are afraid you’ll break it or don’t even know how to turn it on? If your answer is ‘YES’, than this is the course for you! The instructor will guide you through basics of computer operation, terminology, how to save and retrieve files, and touch on the basics of three Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

COM0050.1A2

3 Tue., starts 1/28, 5 pm—7 pm Instructor: Doug Jones SF DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $39 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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Security expert teaches the fundamentals of PC and network security.

Av a i l a b l e O n l i n e A N Y T I M E ! FEE $109

Typing And Keyboarding

C h ec k w w w . ed 2 g o . c om / sa nta fe cc f o r s t a r t d a te s.

Learn how to touch-type or improve your existing typing skills using Keyboarding Pro 5.

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Crafts & Hobbies

Aromatherapy Aromatherapy Basics

Have fun learning how to use essential oils and make fabulous blends. In this class, you will blend your own custom lotion to take home and enjoy.

HEA0005.1G4

1 Tue., starts 2/4, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Krista Mitchell Cornell SF NW Campus, S-220 FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 fee paid to instructor at 1st class for supplies.

Aromatherapy Body & Linen Spray

Blend your own custom luxurious sprays to pamper your body or to mist your linens. Have fun learning how to use essential oils and make fabulous blends.

HEA0023.1F2

1 Tue., starts 2/18, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Krista Mitchell Cornell SF NW Campus, S-220 FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 fee paid to instructor at 1st class for supplies.

Aromatherapy Facials

Have fun learning how to use essential oils and make fabulous blends. Learn about natural ingredients and recipes for skin care. You will blend your own custom facial scrub to take home and enjoy.

Making Soap

Crafts

Learn to make hand crafted cold process soaps for your family and friends. You will learn the basics of making soap, fizzy bombs and bath salts using all natural, easy to find ingredients, and how to adapt recipes to meet personal preferences.

CRA0032.2B6

2 Sat., starts 2/15, 9 am—12 pm Instructor: Heidi Schweibert TWO HAWK HAMMOCK 17950 NE 53rd Ln, Williston FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 materials fee paid at 1st class. Handouts with instructions will be provided and everyone will go home with samples made in class. Provide email address, instructor will send map.

HEA0011.1A2

1 Tue., starts 2/11, 6 pm—9 pm Instructor: Krista Mitchell Cornell SF NW Campus, S-220 FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 fee paid to instructor at 1st class for supplies.

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 1/21, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: James Hearn WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please bring a deck of cards to class.

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.

HOB0021.2B4

6 Wed., starts 1/22, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: James Hearn WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Please bring a deck of cards to class.

Intro To Knitting

Discover the relaxing and rewarding hobby of knitting in this beginner’s course for men and women. Learn to knit Continental style as we cover basic stitches, tools, yarn selection, reading directions and fixing common mistakes. No experience is necessary.

Folklore And Loom Knitting

Think you can’t knit? Think again! With knitting looms you can create beautiful and practical gifts in hours that will last a lifetime. Come be entertained by story and folk crafter, Sarah Eiland, while creating a handcrafted keepsake for someone you love.

HOB0030.1G2

4 Tue., starts 1/28, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Sarah Eiland GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $39 NOTE: Instructor will email materials list and recommendations prior to class.

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 1/21, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Dietrich Dohrmann WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 materials fee paid at 1st class. Bring pencil and paper.

Ready for an intermediate level course? 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. Start knitting a small drawstring pouch in the 1st class. 2nd class will give you a choice of working on your own pattern or patterns.

NEE0009.1F1

2 Sat., starts 2/8, 1 pm—3 pm Instructor: Scarlett “Kiki” Geiger SF NW Campus, A-004 FEE $29 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. DPNs will be available to purchase in case you do not have any.

Learn To Fly RC Quadcopters

Have the exciting world of aviation at the tips of your fingers. This is a beginner’s course for those interested in learning about remote control (RC) flight. Gone are the days of hard to fly easy to crash remote control airplanes. This class will teach you about advancements in aviation and about how to fly your new RC quadrotor helicopter both inside and outside.

HOB0026.1F3

3 Sat., starts 2/1, 10 am—12 pm Instructor: Daniel Blumberg SF NW Campus, S-029 FEE $29 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: Bring a notebook and pen. Recommendations as to which quadrotor to purchase will be made at 1st class (approx. cost $70-$100).

NEE0007.1F6

3 Sat., starts 1/18, 1 pm—3 pm Instructor: Scarlett “Kiki” Geiger SF NW Campus, A-004 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.

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Knitting In The Round On DPNS

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Crafts & Hobbies - cont. Open Studio In Ceramics

Clay offers a wide range of expression from functional pottery to the poetry of raku. 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 1/25, 9:30 am—12:30 pm

CRA0031.2B6

4 Sat., starts 2/22, 9:30 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Gary Bone OAK HALL SCHOOL 8009 SW 14th Ave (off Tower Rd) FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $75 fee paid at 1st class for materials and firing costs. Class is held in the ceramic studio on the Oak Hall campus.

Dance

Aerial Dance

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

DAN0031.1B2

4 Thu., starts 2/6, 1:15 pm—2:15 pm Instructor: Corey Souza FLORIDA TEAM CHEER 6527 NW 18th Dr FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Please wear comfortable clothes, preferably tights or leotards. No experience necessary, but must be in good physical condition. All skills are practiced within reach of instructor.

Ballroom Basics For Couples

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

DAN0011.1G4

4 Sun., starts 2/2, 5:30 pm—6:30 pm Instructor: Eileen Parris PARRIS DANCE STUDIO 2716 SW 100th St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $6 facility fee paid at 1st class. Limited to 8 couples, both participants must register for class. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

Quilting 101

Make an easy “pinwheel” quilt. Pattern and supply list will be provided by the instructor prior to start of class by email. Students must bring a working sewing machine to each class.

NEE0011.1G4

6 Tue., starts 1/28, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Joanna Young SF DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $64 NOTE: Please bring rotary cutter, cutting mat, and rulers to class, if you have them. Basic quilting techniques will be discussed. Sewing at home is necessary to complete the project in the 6-week course time. No class on 3/4.

Beginning Argentine Tango

Learn to tango. No experience needed. Experienced dancers welcome. No partner needed. We rotate partners, but rotating is not required. Tango is both among the easiest and most sophisticated of dances. Have fun learning how to dance with a partner.

DAN0044.1G4

6 Thu., starts 1/23, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Andrew Weitzen GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $49 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Beginning Line Dancing

Have fun doing easy line dances, improve your health, sharpen your mind and body, lift your spirits, and make new friends while enjoying a wide variety of popular music.

DAN0042.1H2

4 Tue., starts 1/28, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Andrew Weitzen HAWTHORNE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL 21403 SE 70th Ave FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

Beginning Swing Dancing

Learn to swing dance. No experience needed. No partner needed. We rotate partners, but rotating is not required. Learn how to dance with a partner, have fun, feel more confident, get exercise, enjoy great music and meet nice people. Experienced dancers welcome and will have about an extra half hour at the end of the class. NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

Small Arc Welding

Crafts

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 1/31, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Emil Raab SF NW Campus, H-038 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. No class on 3/7.

Dance

Latin Basics For Couples

Learn 4 essential and exciting Latin dances - Rumba, Merengue, Cha Cha, and Salsa. Rumba is danced to slower music. Merengue is one of the easiest dances to learn with festive music. Cha Cha and Salsa are fun, faster Latin dances. You will learn basic patterns, lead/ follow, and timing in all 4 dances in a fun class setting.

DAN0025.1B7

4 Sun., starts 2/2, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: Eileen Parris PARRIS DANCE STUDIO 2716 SW 100th St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $6 facility fee paid at 1st class. Limited to 8 couples, both participants must register for class. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

Red Hot Mamas Belly Dance

Belly dance is not only a beautiful, mesmerizing art form that anyone can do, it is an excellent form of exercise for women of all ages. Belly dancing helps you embrace this time of life and empowers you to celebrate your curves. You will develop a greater body awareness and improve your self esteem. What are you waiting for? Get started today!

DAN0087.1B2

6 Tue., starts 1/28, 7:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Marjorie Malerk ETHNIC DANCE EXPRESSIONS 4000 W Newberry Rd, Suite D FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class.

DAN0058.1G4

6 Thu., starts 1/23, 7:10 pm—8:10 pm Instructor: Andrew Weitzen GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $49 - LAB FEE $5

DAN0060.1H2

4 Tue., starts 1/28, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: Andrew Weitzen HAWTHORNE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL 21403 SE 70th Ave FEE $34

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Fine Arts & Music 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 Tue., starts 1/28, 5:30 pm—8:30 pm SF NW Campus, P-139 No class on 3/4.

PHO0003.1F4

6 Thu., starts 1/30, 5:30 pm—8:30 pm SF NW Campus, P-139 No class on 3/6. Instructor: James Atyeo FEE $74 - LAB FEE $2 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Must have an SLR camera (film or digital) with a manual override and interchangeable lenses. Also, if shooting film student is responsible for the purchase and processing of film for class assignments.

Advanced 35MM/Digital Photography Tired of trying to get to the next level of photography by yourself? Come join other like-minded photographers and have fun challenging yourself with new ideas and assignments. Learn composition, lenses, lighting, metering and more.

PHO0004.1F3

6 Wed., starts 1/29, 5:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: James Atyeo SF NW Campus, P-139 FEE $84 - LAB FEE $2 NOTE: No sr. waivers. You should have an SLR camera (film or digital) with manual override. There will be a field trip on a Sat., 10am-4pm, date/location to be decided by class. MUST have taken a previous Photo I course with Jim Atyeo and have permission from him prior to registering. No class on 3/5.

— ONLINE CLASS — An Introduction To Voiceovers

Fun, one-on-one, online class to get started in Professional Voice Acting, covering some of the many details of the industry. Receive a professional voice evaluation. This class is taught by a professional voice actor from the voice acting training company, Voices For All. Class length is 90 minutes.

HOB0005.1F5

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

Creative NonFiction Workshop

Creative nonfiction is a broad genre encompassing many kinds of memoir and essay. In this class we will write experimentally (and sometimes collaboratively) on a variety of topics in a friendly, non judgmental atmosphere. Even if you’re afraid that you ‘can’t write,’ come prepared to experiment with language, voice, image, and tone.

ENG0047.1F6

4 Tue., starts 1/28, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Kristen Stone SF BLOUNT CENTER, DA-130 401 NW 6th St, Downtown FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a notebook and pen.

Creative Writing Your Way

Have you ever wanted to write, but were unsure? Do you want to write your memoirs or express yourself in poetry? This is a great class for those who have never written before or anyone who would like to learn new creative ideas. Instructor will lead students in fun writing exercises using proven techniques. Try it and you’ll be surprised at the inner writer in you!

ENG0018.1F4

6 Tue., starts 1/28, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Irma Fallon SF NW Campus, A-205 FEE $54 NOTE: No sr. waivers. No class on 3/4.

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 1/27, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: Julian Kazimier SF DAVIS CENTER 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $59 - LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Please bring guitar, paper and pencil. No class on 3/3.

Fine Arts

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 1/22, 7 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Julian Kazimier WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $59 - LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Please bring guitar, paper and pencil.

Hand Drumming Technique

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

MUS0076.1F1

6 Tue., starts 1/28, 7 pm—9 pm Instructor: Leon Larson SF NW Campus, E-129 FEE $54 NOTE: $10 fee paid to instructor at 1st class. Please bring your own drum, if possible. No class on 3/4.

Writing From Within

This course is designed to help you get the ideas from your head to the page, to open up your process and allow for a creative flow from concept to content. Writers, who are trying to get past writers block, start a biography or complete a short story will find the skills outlined in this course helpful.

ENG0022.1F1

6 Thu., starts 1/23, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: Zona Gale GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $39 NOTE: Prerequisite: Should have basic writing skills and understanding of English. Bring a journal and a pen.

MUS0011.1W4

6 Wed., starts 1/22, 5:30 pm—7 pm Instructor: Julian Kazimier WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $59 - LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Please bring guitar, paper and pencil.

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Food

Food Italian Deserts

All About Soups

Cold soups,creamy soups and hardy soups. Building flavor from the ground up. Class will consist of a discussion and preparation of 3 different types of soup. Observe instructor prepare the recipes discussing techniques on each. The finished product will be consumed in class and served with toasted bread.

CUL0021.1B7

1 Sun., starts 2/16, 1 pm—5 pm Instructor: Michelle Reeves FAT TUSCAN CAFÉ 725 NE 1st St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 supply fee paid at 1st class. We may ask students to assist with the washing of items, slicing, peeling, etc. Printed recipes will be given to each student, note taking is suggested.

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

3 Sat., starts 2/1, 5 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Richard Masla AYURVEDA HEALTH RETREAT 14616 NW 140th St, Alachua FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $50 supply fee paid at 1st class. Cookbook available for $15.

Students will learn how to make and hand knead dough while making assorted Biscotti. Each student will go home with raw dough to bake at home. Biscotti will be baked in class for students to eat. We will also learn to make Crostata and Marmalata (a classic Tuscan Jam tart).

CUL0019.1B7

1 Sun., starts 3/2, 1 pm—5 pm Instructor: Michelle Reeves FAT TUSCAN CAFÉ 725 NE 1st St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 supply fee paid at 1st class. This is a hands-on class in which students will be working with dough - bring apron. Printed recipes will be given to each student.

Tea Culture And Appreciation

Introduction to tea culture, preparation and consumption throughout the world. This class will pay special attention to the cross cultural significance of white, green oolong and black teas. We will also focus on culinary attributes of food pairings as well as use of tea in food preparation.

HOB0071.1B2

4 Tue., starts 2/4, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Michael Garvin SF CIED, Downtown 530 W University Ave, DB-120 FEE $34 NOTE: Optional: bring your own teapot (or mason jars) and filters.

Making Italian Pasta

Class will consist of making Egg Pasta Dough by hand and creating two different types of pasta, one rough cut and one stuffed. Learn how to make the dough by hand, working with the dough to reach the desired consistency and to rest and roll out the dough for cooking. Pasta made in class will be consumed and some will go home with students.

CUL0007.1B7

1 Sun., starts 2/2, 1 pm—5 pm Instructor: Michelle Reeves FAT TUSCAN CAFÉ 725 NE 1st St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 supply fee paid at 1st class. This is a hands-on class in which students will be working with dough - bring apron. Printed recipes will be given to each student.

Wine Tasting

Fine wines will compliment 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. NOTE: You must be age 21 or over to register.

CUL0073.1D3

6 Wed., starts 1/22, 7:30 pm—9:30 pm Instructor: Karl Vollrath WINE AND CHEESE GALLERY, Panache 113 N Main St FEE $64 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $55 materials fee paid at 1st class.

Health

Health & Fitness

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

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

HEA0009.1W2

4 Thu., starts 2/6, 12 pm—1 pm Instructor: Corey Souza FLORIDA TEAM CHEER 6527 NW 18th Dr FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Please wear comfortable clothes.

Belly Dance Fitness

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

HEA0088.1B1

6 Mon., starts 1/27, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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Better Hips, Better Bones

This exercise program is designed to improve both hip and knee stability. You will experience better balance and eliminate pain during activities such as running and walking. Within this program, we apply the latest research formulated in Sports Conditioning and incorporate the basic principles of Tai Chi Chuan to achieve results.

HEA0075.1B2

4 Tue., Thu., starts 2/4, 9 am—10 am Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Avenue FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class. Please wear running shoes and workout clothes and bring a water bottle.

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Health & Fitness - cont. 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: www.sfcollege.edu/athletics/ and select Fitness Center. Children must be at least 16 years old to register. You are responsible for getting a Student ID Card. Note: The Gym will be closed for holidays and weekends (including MLK Jr. Day and SF Spring Break, 3/4 - 3/8).

PHY0030.1F1

15 weeks, starts 1/21 SF NW Campus, V/Gym FEE $75 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: May use Gym Mon. thru Fri. at available hours.

PHY0030.1F2

10 weeks, starts 1/21 SF NW Campus, V/Gym FEE $50 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: May use Gym Mon. thru Fri. at available hours.

PHY0031.1F1

4 weeks, starts 1/21 SF NW Campus, V/Gym FEE $20 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: May use Gym Mon. thru Fri. at available hours.

GungFu, QiGong, and SelfDefense

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.

SEL0011.1B2

6 Mon., starts 1/27, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Khalid Shakoor UNIFIED TRAINING CENTER 809 W University Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class.

Eating Intuitively

Are you tired of struggling with yo-yo dieting? Try Intuitive eating, a new approach in which you ultimately become the expert of your own body. Try Intuitive Eating, a new approach in which you ultimately become the expert of your own body. Distinguish between physical and emotional hunger, while discovering how to use your body wisdom to successfully guide your eating.

PGR0014.1B6

1 Thu., starts 1/30, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Karin Kratina SF NW Campus, P-163 FEE $29

Introduction To Yoga and Meditation

This class is suitable for beginners and intermediate yoga and meditation practitioners. We will be learning yoga adjustments, technique and breath work to deepen your yoga experience. If you’re new to yoga it will be a great introductory experience. Level 1 and 2 yoga practitioners welcome. Located at the Ayurveda Health Retreat in downtown Alachua.

HEA0008.1B6

1 Sat., starts 2/15, 10 am—2 pm Instructor: Richard Masla AYURVEDA HEALTH RETREAT 14616 NW 140th St, Alachua FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Lunch will be included.

Kick ‘N Core

This high energy class combines heart pumping kickboxing, cutting edge moves to make you “groove” and muscle conditioning segments utilizing various props to “pump” you into shape. This sweat session will leave you wondering where the hour went.

HEA0122.1W3

6 Wed., starts 1/22, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Tiffany Morgan WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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 Tue., starts 1/21, 5:45 pm—7:15 pm Instructor: Kim Holton GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $49 - LAB FEE $5 NOTE: No sr. waivers. 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 1/21, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Dress comfortably for a workout.

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Health

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.

HEA0070.1F2

6 Tue., starts 1/21, 12:30 pm—1:30 pm Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear loose comfortable exercise clothes.

Meditation For Relaxation

Learn how stress affects the body and ways to manage it. You will learn several basic meditations: Sitting meditation, meditation with music, and awareness of breath meditation. You will be sitting on the floor or in a chair listening to soft music and enjoying the present moment.

HEA0044.1G4

4 Thu., starts 2/6, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Beatriz de Bruna GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $34 NOTE: Wear comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. Students may bring a mat.

Nia

Nia is a fun and effective fitness practice that blends elements from dance, martial arts and yoga, with great music. Nia is a body mind practice, improving mobility, agility, flexibility, strength and stability. Nia encourages selfexpression and students are empowered to make movement choices to fit their needs. No previous experience required. All fitness levels are welcome.

DAN0029.1B1

6 Mon., starts 1/27, 7:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Sarit Sela THE MOVEMENT 1212 N Main St FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $24 facility fee paid at 1st class. Wear comfortable exercise clothes. Class is done in bare feet.

Peaceful Vinyasa-Flow Yoga

This is a gentle class made for all levels of experience. The purpose of this class is to expand our awareness of alignment and posture by strengthening, stretching and stabilizing with breath and movement. By linking movement with breath, we may cultivate an internal environment within ourselves to harmonize the deep, inner self with the outer world.

HEA0001.1B3

6 Mon., starts 1/27, 6 pm—7:15 pm Instructor: Scott Clayman SF DAVIS CENTER, Front Lobby 17500 SW Archer Rd, Archer FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring a yoga mat or a towel and a water bottle. Classes will conclude with a 15-minute, meditative yogic sleep (yoga nidra) to further integrate the practice. No class on 3/3.

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Health & Fitness - cont. Pilates Plus

This class will focus on working core strength plus balance flexibility and breathing.

HEA0053.1B3

6 Wed., starts 1/22, 6:30 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

QiGong For Everyone

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

HEA0066.1W2

6 Tue., starts 1/21, 6:30 pm—7:45 pm Instructor: Ernest Campbell WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: Wear loose and comfortable clothing.

Run Better, Run Faster

This training program is designed for people who have either just started running or would like to begin running. We use the latest in Track & Field research and Sports Conditioning to improve your running technique and avoid injury. With the correct technique you can run faster and with less effort!

HEA0063.1B6

4 Tue., Thu., starts 2/4, 5:30 pm—6:30 pm Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class. Meet at north end of SF College track. Class will meet at Coach K’s Fitness on Tuesday’s and Santa Fe Track on Thursday’s. Please wear running shoes and workout clothes and bring a water bottle.

Smart Nutrition For Health

Led by a certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist, you will be provided with interesting, easy and accessible plans to good food selection in order to improve nutritional habits and general wellbeing, including body composition control or weight loss strategies.

CUL0006.1G4

3 Thu., starts 1/23, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Ilaria Niccolini GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $34 NOTE: Bring a journal and pen.

Stillness And Relaxation

Stretch And Relax With Yoga

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.

HEA0098.1F2

6 Tue., starts 1/28, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Shenna Benarte SF NW Campus, R-01 FEE $54 NOTE: Bring a towel, blanket, or yoga mat. No class on 3/4.

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.

HEA0019.1B4

6 Thu., starts 1/23, 8:15 pm—9:30 pm Instructor: Khalid Shakoor HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class.

Tai Chi Chuan

Learn how to feel more relaxed and balanced with the ancient Chinese martial art of Tai Chi Chuan. This class will focus on the Yang style short-form (24) and use traditional teaching methods.

HEA0121.1B2

4 Tue., Thu., starts 2/4, 6 am—7 am Instructor: Herb Kieklak, CSCS COACH K’s FITNESS CENTER 519 NW 10th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class. Please wear running shoes and workout clothes and bring a water bottle.

Health

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.

HEA0030.1B3

6 Wed., starts 1/22, 9:30 am—11 am Instructor: Sandra Angelou ETHNIC DANCE EXPRESSIONS 4000 W Newberry Rd, Suite D FEE $49 NOTE: $10 facility fee paid at 1st class. Bring 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 1/23, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Rona Bennett HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Zumba® Fitness With Virginie

Party yourself into shape! Zumba® Fitness is an exhilarating, effective, easy to follow, Latin inspired, calorie burning dance fitness party™ that is moving millions of people toward joy and health. You do not need to know how to dance, just follow your instructor’s lead and have fun!

HEA0032.1F4

6 Wed., starts 1/29, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: Virginie Crisalle BY EAR MUSICIAN 7230 W University Ave FEE $29 NOTE: Please bring a water bottle to every class.

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, Qigong, and mediation.

HEA0004.1K2

6 Sat., starts 1/25, 10 am—11 am Instructor: Khalid Shakoor HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class.

Learn a series of techniques to relax, calm and still the mind.

HEA0034.1B6

6 Sat., starts 1/25, 11:15 am—12:15 pm Instructor: Khalid Shakoor HIP MOVES FITNESS STUDIO 708 NW 23rd Ave FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $15 facility fee paid at 1st class.

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Health Series

Does An Apple A Day Keep Doc Away?

Health

How does what you eat affect your health? Do you know what proper nutrition guidelines are? How much weight do you need to lose to see a difference in your health? This class will discuss this as well as tackle the topic of nutritional supplements and which ones are right for you. 1 Wed., starts 2/12, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Daniel Schaffer, MD

Oh, My Aching Back

Learn about ways to help prevent back pain. You’ll also learn about different ways to treat back pain from non-surgical to minimally invasive techniques. Learn how to change an aching back into a short, acute issue and not a long-term problem.

Living With Allergies

Learn about some of the season’s public enemies: pollens & more! If you have frequent respiratory infections and cough…it may be more than just a cold. Learn about allergies including prevention, testing and bring in your questions to our physicians who are Board Certified in Allergy & Immunology.

1 Wed., starts 1/22, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: John Bailey, MD

An Ounce Of Prevention

1 Wed., starts 2/19, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Mercedes Pernice, MD & Belen Tan, MD

Learn current recommendations for preventive health screenings for any age. When should you start certain health screenings and testing? When should you stop? How often should you get them done? Why even bother?

Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

Do you snore? Does your partner snore? Do either of you toss & turn throughout the night? Are you tired throughout the day? Do you wake up with headaches? Have you been told you need a sleep study? A good night’s rest can affect much more than you think. Learn how sleep affects your overall wellbeing and how a sleep study can help you improve your health!

1 Wed., starts 1/29, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Daniel M. Duncanson, MD, CPE

Fibroid Update

Learn about the common, but troublesome, uterine tumors known as fibroids affecting women and some of the newest minimally invasive surgical techniques to deal with them.

1 Wed., starts 2/26, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Larissa Lim, MD

1 Wed., starts 2/5, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Linda Grover, MD & Meera Nair, MD

MUST Preregister. Please call (352) 224-2200.

SIMED Building | 4343 Newberry Rd. Gainesville FL | FEE $0 | NOTE: Cost is free. Maps will be mailed prior to class.

House & Garden

House & Garden Build An Accessible File System

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.

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1 Tue., starts 1/28, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Helen Kornblum, MA SF NW Campus, B-001 FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Garden Plan Workshop

Plan your garden activities for the year and make the best use of your time and resources. Get the heavy work done in the cool season, map out the garden and prepare the beds. We will discuss garden and edible landscape issues.

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1 Sat., starts 1/25, 10 am—2 pm Instructor: Christopher Curry CURRY’S NURSERY 16088 N Highway 27, Williston FEE $29 NOTE: Directions emailed, so please preregister. Bring lunch and a beverage and dress for outdoors.

Introduction 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.

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4 Thu., starts 1/23, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: James Bowen & Val Oppenheim GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $34

Landscape Design For Homeowner

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

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6 Wed., starts 1/22, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Christopher Curry WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $49

Making Soil And Compost Tea

Stop lugging around those heavy bags of plastic wrapped products to please your plants! Whether you want to eat them or just look at them you can save time money and gas by producing your own soil, compost mulch and tea. No root invasion, no rat problem, no flies and ergonomically comfortable.

Shopping Smart Without Coupons

Yes, you can save a lot on groceries with coupons, but it’s possible to save money and time by shopping smart. Come find out how to save without coupons by learning some simple, easy to follow tips when grocery shopping.

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1 Mon., starts 1/20, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Tami Nelson SF NW Campus, A-001 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring paper and pen for notes, and grocery fliers from various stores (optional).

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.

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1 Sat., starts 2/22, 10 am—2 pm Instructor: Christopher Curry CURRY’S NURSERY 16088 N Highway 27, Williston FEE $29 NOTE: Directions to be emailed. Dress for outdoors, and bring a bag lunch and beverage.

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1 Sat., starts 2/1, 9 am—11:30 am Instructor: Denise Weber SF NW Campus, A-001 FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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

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Languages

Languages American Sign Language III

This is the final part in the conversational ASL Level 1 series. Participants will increase their vocabulary and ASL grammar skills by working in groups to develop short stories and/or skits. The class will be conducted using both sign and voice (during discussions only); however, the majority of time will be spent signing.

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5 Wed., starts 1/29, 5:30 pm—7 pm Instructor: Sheila Lucas SF NW Campus, P-262 FEE $49 NOTE: Bring text, “Signing Illustrated” by Micki Flodin (approx. cost $20).

Chinese For Beginners

Learn practical, conversational Mandarin to use in meeting people, asking for directions, traveling, and dining out. Each class involves learning a clearly defined set of key expressions with practice in fun, real life situations.

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6 Tue., Thu., starts 1/21, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Lili Ma GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $74 NOTE: Students should bring “Chinese-A Language Map” by Kristine Kershul, publisher: Bilingual Books, Inc. (approx. cost $7.95).

Money & Finance Coupon Wizardry

Learn how to organize your coupons and get the most out of them, how to shop, store policies, where to get them, and the slippery slope of coupon ethics.

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1 Mon., starts 2/24, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Tami Nelson SF NW Campus, A-002 FEE $24 - LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Bring paper and pen for notes.

Home Buying In Todays Market

Learn the basic terminology of real estate and how to choose your best options. A detailed overview of home buying will be presented. You will learn how to buy the right home at the right price and mistakes buyers make.

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1 Mon., starts 2/3, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Terence Lehman SF NW Campus, A-002 FEE $24 NOTE: Bring paper and pen for notes.

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 and tax tips for retirement years are included.

French I

Parlez vous Francais? Conversational ability is practiced each class session with special emphasis on accent, intonation, and pronunciation. For beginners only!

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6 Tue., starts 1/21, 6 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Diane Yazedjian WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th St FEE $64 - LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Instructor will give students recommended text at 1st class.

French II

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.

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6 Wed., starts 1/22, 6 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Diane Yazedjian WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $64 - LAB FEE $3 NOTE: Instructor will give students recommended text at 1st class.

Italian I - Beginner

Learn the basics of Italian grammar and vocabulary as you get ready to take that special vacation.

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6 Tue., starts 1/28, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Ilaria Niccolini SF NW Campus, B-027 FEE $59 NOTE: Bring text, “Learn Italian the Fast and Fun Way” by Barrons. No class on 2/11 and 3/4.

Spanish For Beginners

Improve your Spanish vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation at a basic level.

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6 Tue., starts 1/21, 6 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Marisela Socorro de Arraiz WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $64 - LAB FEE $3 NOTE: “Spanish the Fast and Fun Way” by Gene Hammit will be used in class.

Spanish I - Part II

Must have taken Spanish I or a comparable beginning level Spanish class.

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6 Tue., starts 1/21, 6 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Maruja Duenas WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $64 - LAB FEE $2 NOTE: Book will be discussed in 1st class.

Money

Retirement Planning Success

A comprehensive personal finance course designed for those in the early stages of retirement or those about to retire. This course will walk you through difficult retirement decisions such as asset allocation, income planning and pitfalls to avoid.

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3 Tue., starts 2/4, 6:15 pm—8:15 pm Instructor: Karen O’Brien SF NW Campus, A-225 FEE $59 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Instructor will give books out at 1st class. Couples may attend for the price of one.

Savvy Social Security Planning

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

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1 Tue., starts 2/25, 6:15 pm—8:15 pm Instructor: Karen O’Brien SF NW Campus, A-225 FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring pen and paper for notes.

CON0060.1G2

Gain knowledge in preparation, positioning and marketing and find out how buyers buy and what hidden issues can send them running. Professional staging tips provided.

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1 Mon., starts 2/10, 6 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Terence Lehman SF NW Campus, A-002 FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring pen and paper.

Understanding Medicare

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

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1 Tue., starts 1/21, 6:15 pm—7:45 pm Instructor: Karen O’Brien SF NW Campus, A-225 FEE $29 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring pen and paper.

Marriage And Money

Everyone looks forward to their honeymoon...but what about the “moneymoon”? Creating a few simple programs in the beginning of your relationship can lead to financial bliss.

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2 Thu., starts 2/6, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Lawrence Christian GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $29

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

Sell Your Home Fast

1 Thu., starts 1/30, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Clarence Terry SF BLOUNT CENTER, DA-126 401 NW 6th St, Downtown FEE $20 NOTE: Bring pen and paper.

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Outdoor

Outdoor Adventures Refund Policy For Outdoor Adventure Trips —

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

For All Outdoor Adventures — No sr. waivers. Maps or directions will be emailed 1-2 days before trip. If you have any questions about your hike or canoe/Kayak adventure, you may contact your trip leader for further information. Their numbers are listed below: Brack Barker: (352) 226-2251 | Lars Andersen/Adventure Outpost: (386) 454-0611 | Terri Mashour/Gainesville Ecotours: (904) 704-4087

5 Wooden Bridges Hike And Wine

Enjoy a leisurely 2 mile hike through the forest at Newnans Lake Conservation Area. Learn about Florida forest ecology and prescribed burning, ancient dugout canoes, and lake water ecology in a behind the scenes look at land management in Florida. Then meet down the road at Bluefield Estates Winery to taste 8 blueberry wines and take home your own bottle of wine!

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1 Sat., starts 1/25, 10 am—12:30 pm Instructor: Terri Mashour NEWNAN’S LAKE, Parking Area FEE $36 NOTE: Dress for weather, wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Fee for entry to winery and bottle of wine/wine tasting is included.

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.

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4 Sat., starts 1/25, 8 am—10 am Instructor: Barbara Fenelly SWEETBAY (formerly FBS), Parking Lot 34th St and SW 20th Ave FEE $49 NOTE: Bring binoculars if you have them, cameras are welcome. Must be at least 18 to register. 1st class will be from 8am-10am, all others will begin at 7:45am. The last class will be a trip to Cedar Key and lasts until 1:30pm. Provide email and phone number; instructor will contact you before 1st class.

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.

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1 Sat., starts 2/1, 1:30 pm—4:30 pm Instructor: Brack Barker CEDAR KEY FEE $60 NOTE: Minimum age 16.

Cross Creek Sunset Paddle *

The only thing better than exploring the world of Marjorie K Rawlings in a kayak or canoe is doing it at sunset. Among the many species of birds we see on this tour are bald eagles, found here in greater numbers than any place in North Florida.

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1 Sat., starts 2/15, 2:30 pm—5:30 pm Instructor: Lars Andersen CROSS CREEK FEE $50

History Paddle: Atsena Otie Key

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

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1 Sat., starts 1/18, 1:30 pm—4:30 pm Instructor: Brack Barker CEDAR KEY FEE $60 NOTE: Minimum age 16.

Historic Gainesville Walking Tours Historic Micanopy

We will visit the Micanopy Historical Society’s Museum, see the residential and commercial district, and view some significant objects from Micanopy’s past. Participants will learn about original uses, dates of construction and dates of alteration for some of the buildings.

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1 Sun., starts 1/19, 1 pm—4 pm MICANOPY HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM, 607 NE Cholokka Blvd Micanopy

The Pleasant Street District

This tour will showcase the historic neighborhood west of Main Street which includes the oldest African American neighborhood in Gainesville. It was centered around the Freedman’s Union Academy School and many early churches and commercial buildings were located here.

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1 Sun., starts 2/2, 1 pm—4 pm UNION AC./ROSA B WILLIAMS REC CTR 524 NW 1st St

Ichetucknee River *

On this easy-paced, 2-hour paddle trip, you’ll learn why this is one of North Florida’s most famous spring runs. 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.

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1 Sat., starts 1/25, 10 am—1 pm Instructor: Lars Andersen CROSS CREEK FEE $60

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.

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1 Sat., starts 2/1, 10 am—3 pm

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1 Sun., starts 2/9, 10 am—3 pm Instructor: Lars Andersen CRYSTAL RIVER FEE $50

Paynes Prairie History Hike

On this 2 3 mile walk and talk, author Lars Andersen describes 12,000 years of human history on Paynes Prairie, and the fascinating lore of some of the Prairie’s plant and animal species.

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1 Sat., starts 2/15, 10 am—1 pm Instructor: Lars Andersen PAYNES PRAIRIE FEE $24 NOTE: Bring $5 to class to for park permit.

Southeast Historic District

Discover the Bed and Breakfast District which includes a tour of some famous buildings, including the Baird Mansion, now known as Magnolia Plantation Bed and Breakfast. This house, built in 1885, is a rare example of French Second Empire architecture in the state of Florida.

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1 Sun., starts 2/9, 1 pm—4 pm ALACHUA COUNTY LIBRARY 401 E. University Ave, Downtown

The Duckpond Neighborhood

Learn the history of the Duckpond area and The Thomas Center. Completed in 1910 as a home for Major William R. Thomas, it was converted to the hotel in 1928, closed in 1968 and used by SF College until they moved west in 1973. The tour will include a walk to the Sweetwater Branch, now known as the Duck Pond.

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

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1 Sun., starts 1/26, 1 pm—4 pm THOMAS CENTER, 302 NE 6th Ave

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

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Seniors

Senior Classes

The Senior Recreation Center (SRC) is a state-of-the-art, 17,000 square foot recreation and activity center offering a comprehensive array of programs and services to meet the diverse needs of both younger Baby Boomers, and older seniors in our community. The SRC benefits include access to the following types of programs and activities: lifelong learning and education, health and wellness, social, nutritional, recreational, arts and cultural activities, and much more. The SRC facility also houses a library, game room, and computer lab.

To sign up for classes at the Senior Recreation Center, you must be a member. Membership is free. Complete a one-page membership application. Contact 352.265.9040.

YOU MUST PREREGISTER FOR SENIOR CLASSES Basic Colored Pencil Drawing

Want to take your drawings to a new level and add color as you improve your drawing skills? This is not your grade school colored pencil so be prepared to be amazed! A beginning drawing class prior to using colored pencils is helpful but not required.

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4 Mon., starts 2/3, 9 am—11 am Instructor: Anda Chance SENIOR RECREATION CENTER 5701 NW 34th St FEE $49 NOTE: No sr. waivers. A supply list (approx. cost $25) will be emailed.

Civil War - 150th Anniversary

Learn about the great battles that affected the outcome of the war. The leaders, military and political of both the Union and Confederacy will be discussed. We will focus on the main campaigns including, Fort Sumter, The Peninsular Campaign, Antietam, Gettysburg, Chancellorsville, Vicksburg, Chattanooga and Chicamauga.

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How To Be Fit After 50

Learn about the American Physical Therapy’s national campaign to help those over 50 stay mobile and prevent injury. This interactive class will be led by a local Physical Therapist who specializes in managing those with arthritis, diabetes, obesity, balance and falling problems. Learn simple measures and exercises that can be used to prevent falls.

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4 Fri., starts 2/7, 12:30 pm—1:30 pm Instructor: Bruce Sack, PT SENIOR RECREATION CENTER 5701 NW 34th St FEE $20 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Memoir Writing

This fun class is for those new to memoir writing or for those who have taken my class before and would like even more creative ideas. Memoirs can be stories, poems, letters, even a cookbook. Instructor will lead students in fun writing exercises and bring in prompts to stimulate your memories. Try it and be surprised at the inner writer in you.

4 Tue., starts 2/4, 9 am—11 am Instructor: John Walsh SENIOR RECREATION CENTER 5701 NW 34th St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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Senior Line Dancing

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

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4 Thu., starts 1/16, 12 pm—1:15 pm FEE $34

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6 Thu., starts 2/13, 12 pm—1:15 pm FEE $49 Instructor: Andrew Weitzen SENIOR RECREATION CENTER 5701 NW 34th St NOTE: No sr. waivers. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing.

BECOME A MEMBER!

• Membership to the SRC is FREE! • Applicant should be 60 years or older. • Membership includes access to the SRC facility Mon.-Fri., 8 am— 5 pm.

4 Wed., starts 2/5, 2 pm—4 pm Instructor: Irma Fallon SENIOR RECREATION CENTER 5701 NW 34th St FEE $34 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Plus50

Navigating the New College Experience for Career Changers

Interview Refresher Workshop for Career Changers

Interviewing well for a new career is just as important as a polished resume. This workshop will focus on tips and strategies for age 50+ career changers who wish to interview effectively in today’s new workplace environment. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and role-play interview techniques.

Going back to school and earning a college degree or certificate paves the way to opportunities for new jobs and career advancement. Plus 50 career changers have different life experiences and educational expectations than traditional students. This workshop is designed for returning-back-to college and first-time-in college individuals. Presenter will focus on educational opportunities and resources available at SF to age 50+ students. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions about programs, financial aid, credits for previous degrees and navigating the 21st century college experience. Information packets will be provided to all participants.

1 Fri., starts 1/17, 10 am—12 pm Instructor: Sheila Lucas, M.A. SF ANDREWS CENTER 209 W Call St, Starke FREE—Registration required.

1 Mon., starts 2/10, 5:30 pm—7 pm Instructor: SF Staff SF NW Campus, W-104 FREE—Registration required.

Plus 50 Health Careers Opportunities Night

Explore outstanding career opportunities in healthcare careers as you tour the state-of-the-art Health Sciences training facility and get a close-up view of high-wage, high-demand professions. Learn how age 50+ individuals are making transitions into health related careers. Programs discussed include Cardiovascular Technology, Computed Tomography, Dental Assisting and Hygiene, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Nursing, Radiography, Surgical Technology, Sonography and Respiratory Care. 1 Wed., starts 1/22, 6:30 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Scott Fortner SF NW Campus, W-Lobby FREE—No registration required.

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

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Special

Special Interests Connecting To Spirit

Take a closer look at human nature and come to a deeper understanding of the part of ourselves that keeps us from experiencing life’s full abundance. See through the ego’s limited perception and reject its fearful world view. Each class includes discussion and practical application of life changing spiritual practices.

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4 Wed., starts 2/5, 7 pm—9 pm Instructor: Corrie Gross & Annette Verschaeve SF NW Campus, L-003 FEE $34 NOTE: This class is denominational.

Considering A Divorce?

Trained professionals in legal, financial and personal issues of divorce will discuss the process of divorce. Community resources will be identified and attendees are encouraged to network with others experiencing similar life changes.

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1 Wed., starts 2/12, 6:30 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: G’ville Collaborative Divorce Team WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $20

Frugal Venturing/Urban Trekking

In this class, we’ll explore various means of inexpensive travel. There will be two sessions, one on urban trekking and another on wilderness backpacking. The instructor will demonstrate the use of his own gear and share helpful information gained from personal experience, including safety tips and some useful websites for planning and carrying out this type of travel.

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2 Tue., starts 2/4, 7 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Mark Rapp SF NW Campus, B-001 FEE $29 NOTE: Bring your cell phone, tablet, laptop and digital camera chargers.

Sports Golf

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

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6 Sat., starts 1/25, 11 am—1 pm Instructor: Cherub Hurt

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6 Mon., starts 1/27, 5:30 pm—7:30 pm Instructor: Scott Dombek

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6 Tue., starts 1/28, 9 am—11 am Instructor: Scott Dombek

History Of Gainesville: 1853-1903

This class will focus on the founding of Gainesville in 1853 and its next 50 years. Among the topics covered will be the role of Gainesville in the Civil War, Reconstruction, the arrival of the East Florida Seminary, the building of the new courthouse and the impact yellow fever had on the town. A PowerPoint slideshow will illustrate the significant buildings and events.

5 Wed., starts 1/29, 6:30 pm—8:30 pm Instructor: Andrew Nichols, Ph.D. SF NW Campus, P-163 FEE $49 NOTE: Open to everyone; no prerequisite necessary.

1 Wed., starts 1/22, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Melanie Barr SF BLOUNT CENTER, DC-008 401 NW 6th St, Downtown FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

History Of Gainesville: 1903-1953

This class will focus on life in Gainesville from 1903 and the next fifty years. Among the topics covered will be the arrival of the University of Florida, World War I, the Florida land boom, the new city charter, the building of the new Gainesville High School and Lincoln High, and the impact World War II had on Gainesville.

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Native American Culture

Learn about the Native American culture and beliefs including the teachings of the medicine wheel; the core of Native American beliefs. Learn how this ancient philosophy provides a mirror image of a way of life that illustrates how all things are connected.

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4 Tue., starts 2/4, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: Bruce Capin GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Office 1900 NW 13th St FEE $34

1 Wed., starts 1/29, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Melanie Barr SF BLOUNT CENTER, DC-008 401 NW 6th St, Downtown FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

Support Your ADHD Student

How To Divorce Without War

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.

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1 Wed., starts 2/26, 7 pm—8 pm Instructor: G’ville Collab. Divorce Team WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Office 3215 NW 15th Ave FEE $20

Golf III

Join the professionals at West End 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. 6 Mon., starts 11/27, 9 am—11 am Instructor: Scott Dombek WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $40 greens fee paid at 1st class; covers use of course, balls and available clubs.

Parents of students with ADHD need effective techniques to build their child’s awareness, confidence, and organizational skills. The class covers coaching strategies that support executive functions and various learning styles.

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1 Mon., starts 2/10, 6:30 pm—8 pm Instructor: Helen Kornblum, MA SF NW Campus, A-028 FEE $24 NOTE: No sr. waivers. Bring paper and pencil for notes.

Golf For Women

Sports

Work with professional golf pros to learn fundamentals and polish your golf skills.

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6 Sat., starts 1/25, 9 am—11 am Instructor: Cherub Hurt WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $30 greens fee paid at 1st class; covers use of course, balls and available clubs.

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.

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6 Wed., starts 1/29, 6 pm—8 pm Instructor: Scott Dombek

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WEST END GOLF COURSE 12830 W Newberry Rd, Newberry FEE $39 NOTE: No sr. waivers. $30 greens fee paid at 1st class; covers use of course, balls and available clubs.

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

An exploration of mystical, spiritual and paranormal phenomena from the perspectives of science, philosophy, and religion. This is part 2 of a multi-level course of study which will cover a wide range of subjects in this fascinating field. Topics include: Cosmic principles, planes of reality, human energy fields, reincarnation and Karma, and history of the esoteric tradition.

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Metaphysics & Parapsychology 3

6 Mon., starts 1/27, 6 pm—7 pm Instructor: Robert Turner NEWBERRY SPORTS 24880 NW 16th Ave, Newberry FEE $85 NOTE: No sr. waivers.

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Online learning anytime, anywhere … just a click away! How to Get Started:

I want to learn!

1. Visit our Online Instruction Center:

Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning Drawing For The Absolute Beginner

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Navigating The Internet

2. Click the Courses link, choose the

Beginner’s Writers Workshop

course title you are interested in and select the Enroll Now button.

Instant Italian

Follow the instructions to enroll

Personal Finance

and pay for your course. Here you will enter your email and choose

$109

Luscious Low-Fat Cooking

a password that will grant you

Keys to Effective Communication

access to the Classroom.

Introduction to Journaling

3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your email and the password you selected during enrollment.

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Additional Classes Available!

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REGISTRATION

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

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CANCELLATION POLICY

ONSITE REGISTRATION

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.

“Take A Class”.

2. Telephone - Call (352) 395-5193. Pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.

3. Onsite - Hours are 8am—4:30pm, Monday-Friday. Pay with

“Registration” to print a registration form. Complete the form and attach check payable to SF College. Mail to Community Education.

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

GENERAL INFORMATION

SENIORS

Community Education reserves the right to add or delete without notice any courses offered in this catalog, or to alter the fees or costs.

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

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

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

All credit card payments will receive an email receipt. Please make sure you provide your email address. This information will not be shared with any other organization or company. You do not have to be a student of Santa Fe College to take Community Education classes.

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