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Continuing Education customer service team: From left Maria Montoya, Evelyn Gonzales, Paloma Trujillo-Anaya, Kris Swedin and Elena Loibl with Cherry Dipped Heart, a sculpture by SFCC welding student Estevan Ortega.

WELCOME TO SPRING! How will you celebrate with your Valentine? How about with a gift certificate from Continuing Education so together you can discover pairing dessert wines and desserts? How about making a tin valentine or learning some new dance steps with your partner? You will find classes inside to help you prepare to celebrate the joys of spring. Our fitness instructors are ready to help you get summer fit. Enjoy Southwest adventures hiking through the wonders of Northern New Mexico or preparing your garden for the growing season. Learn to plant your edible garden, grow roses or build a tin bird house to attract birds to your yard. Our customer service team is ready to help you get registered. Just be sure to call us right away. Many of our classes fill quickly. We love our customers! Call us at 505-428-1676 to purchase a gift certificate. Let us help you enjoy your spring.

NEW CLASSES INCLUDE: Peyote Stitch Santa Fe Economic Forum Make-Up Artistry Series Bold Innovation for Good Workshop Introduction to 3D Printing Advanced Plant Based Nutrition Chair Yoga

Look inside for many more! Kris Swedin Director of Continuing Education and Contract Training

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CONTENTS ■ ONLINE LEARNING

■ PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Arts ....................................................................... 2 Crafts .................................................................... 4 Cooking................................................................. 7 Creative Writing................................................... 8 Dance................................................................... 10 Fitness and Wellness.......................................... 13 Home and Garden............................................. 12 Languages........................................................... 18 Leisure................................................................. 21 Personal Safety................................................... 22 Money Matters................................................... 22 Music................................................................... 23 Photography....................................................... 24 Southwest Explorations..................................... 25

Online Classes.................................................... 37 Online Career Training Programs................... 38

■ INSTRUCTORS..................................................... 39 ■ REGISTRATION Registration Information.................................. 44 Registration Form.............................................. 45

■ CAMPUS INFORMATION................................. 46 Small Business Development Center ............. 48 SFCC Mission, Vision and Values .................. 46 New Mexico Energy$mart Academy.............. 48 Green Building and Energy Efficiency............ 48

■ CAMPUS MAP...................................................... 47

■ KIDS STUFF........................................................... 28 ■ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Business and Professional Skills....................... 30 Computer Skills.................................................. 32 Computer Classes for Digital Imaging............ 33 Computer Classes for the Mac......................... 34 Computer Classes for the Inexperienced........ 32 Computer Classes for the Web......................... 35

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ART

Santa Fe is synonymous with creativity. Continuing Education has many classes where you can learn to express yourself.

NEW! Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain

Discover the perceptual skills necessary for realistic drawing. In a carefully sequenced process, learn how to see to enable you to draw with a high degree of skill and finish drawings from live models with realistic likenesses. No previous drawing experience is required. Tuesday, Mar. 27, 7 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #AT307 01/CRN 31315 Kathleen Mariel, Fee $179

Charcoal Landscape Drawing

Charcoal is a rich and lively medium with which you are able to create powerful black and white imagery. Not only is it easy to work with, it is a fun way to translate the landscape into a finished work of art. Using simple vine charcoal, learn to draw images in no time that look exactly like the scene you’re viewing. If you enjoy painting with very large brushes, you will appreciate learning to fashion charcoal into “brushes” that sweep across the paper with ease and delight. You’re not just learning to draw a landscape; you’re experiencing how to paint one. Saturday, Feb. 10, 5 wks., 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Course #AT313 01/CRN 30556 Michael McGuire, Fee $179

the figure that give you trouble. Short slide presentations are part of the course. Personalized critiques focus on accuracy of gesture, proportion and artistic anatomy. Tuesday, Mar. 27, 6 wks., 6:30 to 9 p.m. Course #AT314 01/CRN 31234 Kevin Gorges, Fee $149

Pastel Basics

Use simple shapes and values to create stunning results with pastel painting techniques. Work with design elements to create balance and visual excitement. Lead the viewer into the composition with color and drawing. Experience a variety of exercises, group critiques and demonstrations. The emphasis is on pastel techniques, color theory and color mixing. 3 sessions: Friday, Feb. 9, 6 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 10 and 17, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #AT316 01/CRN 30719 Linda Wasko, Fee $129

Abstract Acrylic Painting

Charcoal Landscape Drawing II

Practice and perfect skills first introduced in the Charcoal I class. Explore additional expanded concepts to further understand the anatomy of a landscape: depths, perspectives, light and shadow, surface texturing and “interest-centers.” Instructor demos will be individualized to serve each student’s need as you focus on individual projects. Question and answer and feedback sessions will round out the experience. Anyone who has taken this series before is welcome. Saturday, Apr. 7, 4 wks., 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Course #AT405 01/CRN 30720 Michael McGuire, Fee $149

Life-Drawing Studio

This class is for those with some nude-figure drawing experience who are ready to move to the next level. After a series of brief warm-up gestures, the model maintains one long pose for the duration of the session, giving you time to develop your drawings and focus on aspects of

This painting workshop emphasizes individual expression. Learn to follow your own thinking, feeling and seeing. This is an adventure in creative courage and opening the imagination. Many techniques and styles are demonstrated, though each participant is guided to develop a personal vision. Learn to paint with freedom. You are encouraged to try NEW approaches that lead to breakthroughs. All styles are supported. Experience the poetry in painting and the joy of creating. Saturday, Jan. 20, 6 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #AT321 01/CRN 30734 Michael Long, Fee $159

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Immerse yourself in experimentation and openness to process using Golden’s Acrylic Ground for Pastels and Absorbent Ground as vehicles for compositions in pastel, charcoal, pencil, collage, markers and inks. Discover the basic elements of drawing: value, line, space, gesture, color and texture. Find a surprise in a finished drawing as you move through a formal and personal process. All levels of expertise are welcome. Tuesday, Feb. 6, 6 wks., 9:30 a.m. to noon Course #AT380 01/CRN 31314 Diane Rolnick, Fee $179, Materials Fee $20

Fun with Watercolor I

Oil Painting Basics

Learn the basics of oil painting in this three-session class. Learn color mixing, painting techniques to create form and how to compose a painting. Through a series of projects, class critiques, demonstrations and slide presentations, you gain insight into building a painting. Brushes, paint, canvas, palettes, mediums, solvents and varnishes will be explored. This workshop explains how to approach painting and provides a basis for creative expression. 3 sessions: Friday, Feb. 23, 6 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 24 and Mar. 3, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #AT347 0/CRN 30888 Linda Wasko, Fee $129

This short course introduces beginning students to the joy of creating beautiful watercolors. You will discover easy and fun ways to use paint, brushes and paper to create lovely effects that will excite and entertain. Starting with basic brush manipulations, explore different subject matter while practicing a variety of paint applications on both wet and dry paper. Three important painting styles will be introduced, as well as strategies for starting, executing and finishing paintings in no time. The emphasis will be on having lots of fun with watercolors while learning solid fundamentals and professional quality skill-sets and techniques. Wednesday, Feb. 7, 5 wks., 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Course #AT325 01/CRN 30554 Michael McGuire, Fee $225

Art Jumpstarts

Fun with Watercolor II

This workshop is for those who have had at least minimal experience using watercolors, either by attending a “Fun with Watercolor” class, from other classroom experiences or from being self-taught. Practice the medium, while exploring new ways to paint and problem solve in a friendly and supportive environment. Choose your own subject matter and paint in your own technique. Instructor demos and feedback, occasional slide show discussions and a brief “show and tell” period will conclude each session. Thursday, Jan. 25, 8 wks., 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Course #AT351 03/CRN 30890 Michael McGuire, Fee $289

The beauty and challenge of painting in transparent watercolor will be explored in this continuation of the “Fun With Watercolor” course. Any painter who has some experience in watercolor is welcome to join this class, which explores professional-quality techniques, composition possibilities and advanced strategies for beautiful watercolors. Wednesday, Mar. 28, 5 wks., 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Course #AT328 01/CRN 30555 Michael McGuire, Fee $225

This class is a remedy for aspiring or experienced artists when intimidation sets in prior to beginning an art project. You will develop many possibilities that will help jumpstart creativity. Learn to follow an intuitive flow through the application of a variety of mixed media on paper. You will be supported to think less about the outcome and instead find joy in the process of creation resulting in work that is richly personal and deeply satisfying. Saturday, Apr. 7, 6 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #AT350 01/CRN 30889 Michael Long, Fee $159

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Michael McGuire’s Spring Watercolor Workshop

This workshop is for those who have had at least minimal experience using watercolors, either by attending a “Fun with Watercolor” class, from other classroom experiences or from being self-taught. Practice the medium, while exploring NEW ways to paint and problem solve in a friendly and supportive environment. Choose your own subject matter and paint in your own technique. Instructor demos and feedback, occasional slide show discussions and a brief “show and tell” period will conclude each session. Thursday, Mar. 29, 7 wks., 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Course #AT351 02/CRN 30891 Michael McGuire, Fee $259

Monotypes: Creative Printmaking Without a Press

Monotypes, unlike many other printing methods, do not require a press. They offer the exciting freedom to work with a variety of materials and methods that give you the opportunity to create with spontaneous and often surprising results. Explore the unique impressions that can be created by combining these techniques and simple materials to achieve a creative understanding of this fun and versatile printing method. For seasoned artists and beginners alike. Thursday, Feb. 15, 6 wks., 6 to 8:30 p.m. Course #AT359 0/CRN 30887 Laura Loturco-Gorian, Fee $129

Children’s Book Illustration

Aspiring illustrators or experienced artists gain some insight into the world of children’s book illustration in this workshop. Learn the process of illustrating a book from initial sketches to final art and publication. Julia Cairns demonstrates techniques she has used for many of her books as she encourages you to experiment with different mediums. Bring a project you are working on or any ideas, stories or photos for inspiration. All levels are welcome. Saturday, Apr. 7, 4 wks., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Course #AT367 01/CRN 30698 Julia Cairns, Fee $159

Fearless Watercolor

Contrary to popular belief, watercolor painting can be satisfying, gentle, loose and joyful by just learning a few simple techniques and gaining comfort in a relaxed and supportive environment. After practicing several basic techniques, you will create a colorful mandala with your

NEW skills. All supplies are provided for the workshop and artists of every skill level welcome. Saturday, Mar. 3, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Course #AT396 01/CRN 31236 Melinda Baker, Fee $79

Unconventional Beginning Watercolor

Learn basic techniques of watercolor, with an emphasis on freeing methods that are easy, enjoyable and take full advantage of the medium. Instructional techniques include mini demos, mock-ups, student exercises and plenty of one-on-one mentoring. No class Feb. 21. Wednesday, Jan. 17, 7 wks., 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Course #AT402 01/CRN 31235 Sandra Schroeder, Fee $179

CRAFTS

Enthusiasm and a desire to learn something new are the only requirements for our crafts classes. Learn new skills and make crafts to give as gifts or keep for yourself.

NEW! Peyote Stitch

This course will introduce you to a new way of creating peyote stitch projects. Gain an appreciation for the art form and create your own bead work pieces. Finish a specially designed project during the course. By the end of this course you should be able to start and finish projects on your own, select materials, design peyote stitch patterns and attach beads to many different objects. All you need is your creativity and imagination. Saturday, Apr. 7, 6 wks., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Course #CR422 01/CRN 31338 Marvin Gabaldon, Fee $129, Materials Fee $20

Calligraphy and Lettering Arts

Learn the art of beautiful writing using the simplest of tools, a chisel-pointed pen nib and ink. Practice the lower and upper case letterforms of italic writing. This hands-on course allows you to explore pen, ink and paper while practicing techniques. Finish class with your own samplers to keep and practice. Taught by professional calligrapher Sherry Bishop Wednesday, Jan. 17, 4 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #CR307 01/CRN 31343 Sherry Bishop, Fee $79

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Building upon the fundamentals learned in Beginning Calligraphy, learn how to format layout and understand the basic principles of design in developing a finished piece of work. Wednesday, Feb. 21, 4 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #CR317 01/CRN 31246 Sherry Bishop, Fee $79

Clay Throwing on the Pottery Wheel

In a friendly environment, learn the basics of how to use the pottery wheel to make functional pots. Learn everything from wedging the clay and centering on the wheel, to how to trim, finish and glaze your cups, mugs, bowls and other objects. Students are encouraged to repeat the class and build their skills of throwing on the wheel. Friday, Feb. 2, 7 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #CR314 01/CRN 30596 Sean Fairbridge, Fee $179

Clay Hand-Building

Explore hand-building in clay as an alternative way of making functional and sculptural ceramic art. Learn basic construction processes such as pinch pots, coils, slabs and a variety of decorative and finishing

techniques. Individual projects are pursued with assistance from the instructor. Friday, Feb. 2, 7 wks., 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Course #CR375 01/CRN 30940 Sean Fairbridge, Fee $179

Stained Glass

Bring the warmth and beauty of stained glass into your home with a project you will complete in weeks. Learn all the basic skills of glass cutting and construction in this hands-on class that demystifies the art of cutting glass. This course focuses on the design and construction of stained glass using the Tiffany method to make several windows. Students are expected to purchase their own materials. No class Mar. 20. Tuesday, Jan. 23, 12 wks., 6 to 9 p.m. Course #CR315 01/CRN 31387 Joseph Sulzberg, Fee $199

Beginning Sewing I: Pants and Skirts

This four-week course introduces basic sewing concepts. Learn to operate basic machinery and understand assembly and construction techniques while completing a skirt or pants. This course can help students interested in fashion design prepare to move into the credit program at SFCC. Saturday, Feb. 24, 4 wks., 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Course #CR330 01/CRN 30592 Elizabeth Harris, Fee $89

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Advanced Sewing: Shirts

In this continuation of basic sewing, learn the basics of garment construction by cutting, fitting and assembling a shirt. Construction techniques for sleeves and collars are demonstrated. This course, coupled with “Beginning Sewing I,” can help students interested in fashion design prepare to move into the credit program at SFCC. Saturday, Apr. 7, 4 wks., 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Course #CR331 01/CRN 31348 Elizabeth Harris, Fee $89

and patina. Practice these techniques while working on your own advanced project. Saturday, Apr. 21, 3 wks., 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Course #CR358 01/CRN 30932 Richard Gabriel, Fee $125, Materials Fee $40

Tin Valentine

Silver Jewelry Using Metal Clay

Silver metal clay is an exciting material consisting of silver particles in a nontoxic binder and water. It looks, feels and acts like clay. When heated, the binder and water burn away to leave 99-percent pure silver. Practice firing with a small butane torch, an easy process that takes just minutes. Experienced artists will find this material fascinating, but no previous experience is needed. Leave class with finished jewelry. Learn the basics in one day, and be able to begin on your own. Tuesday, May 1, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #CR345 01/CRN 30591 Iliana Carrillo, Fee $179, Materials Fee $29

Beginning Tinworking

The art of tinwork has been practiced in many parts of the country and throughout the world. New Mexican tinwork has a unique style influenced by generations of craftspeople. This course introduces the tools used in traditional tinworking. Learn punching, cutting and embossing techniques while working from start to finish on pieces of your own. No previous experience necessary. Saturday, Feb. 24, 3 wks., 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Course #CR357 1/CRN 30929 Richard Gabriel, Fee $125, Materials Fee $40

Intermediate Tinwork

This short course is a terrific opportunity to begin or finish a large project that you have been looking forward to, but haven’t had the time to complete. Under Richard Gabriel’s guidance, you will soon be making tin pieces that have a professional look. Saturday, Feb. 17, 3 wks., 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Course #CR360 01/CRN 30931 Richard Gabriel, Fee $125, Materials Fee $40

Advanced Tinworking

Improve your basic tinworking skills by learning advanced techniques, including embossing, glass work

The Tin Man traveled down the perilous yellow-brick road to get a heart. This valentine class is much easier. Work with noted artisan Richard Gabriel to create a wonderful tin valentine that your loved one will cherish. No previous experience is required. Monday, Feb. 12, 1 day, 6 to 8 p.m. Course #CR359 1/CRN 30933 Richard Gabriel, Fee $39, Materials Fee $20

Tin Birdhouse/Tin Bird Feeder

Create your own bird feeder or birdhouse in this lively one-day workshop. The results will be an attractive addition to your garden and landscape. Tinwork is a Santa Fe tradition that has been handed down for generations. Join in the fun with Richard Gabriel, one of SFCC’s most popular teachers. Wednesday, Apr. 25, 1 day, 6 to 8 p.m. Course #CR362 01/CRN 30934 Richard Gabriel, Fee $39, Materials Fee $20

Shaping Space with Fiber

In this introductory class, learn to transform fiber into beautiful textured paper, then “shape space” creating a 3D form exploring the elements of sculpture: form, space, line, texture, light, color and time. This paper can also be used with book arts, dying and painting techniques. The possibilities are endless! You will use flax roving with inclusions such as yarn, string, wire, plant material and other papers. Thursday, Apr. 5, 4 wks., 2 to 5 p.m. Course #CR415 01/CRN 31391 Jacqueline Mallegni, Fee $99, Materials Fee $20

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Cake Decorating

With today’s rising food prices, now is the perfect time to learn to cook well. All the ingredients are included in the course fee and frequently there are leftovers to take home.

NEW! Valentine’s Matches Made in Heaven: Dessert Wines and Desserts

Learn everything you need to know to prepare and pair the perfect dessert to its mate in wine. Fortified wines such as Ports and Madeiras, late harvest and botrytised wines from Sauternes to Tokaji to Zinfandel and ice wines from Germany to Canada offer dessert pairings made in heaven. Prepare desserts such as crème brulee, chocolate mousse, pear or apricot frangipan and a fruit crostata. And, to top it all off, pair a number of different chocolates with wine matches. Saturday, Feb. 10, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Course #CK405 01/CRN 31320 Howard Spiegelman and Maria Elena Bustamante Bernal, Fee $99

High-Altitude Baking

Are your cakes not rising? You are not alone. Chef Maria Bernal will share secrets to successful high-altitude baking. Santa Fe’s high altitude means taking science into account. Learn how to adjust formulas and ratios between rising agents, liquids and dry ingredients to produce quality cakes and cookies that fill your home with the aroma of fresh-baked goods. Perfect for beginners and experienced bakers. All materials are included. Saturday, Feb. 17, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Course #CK302 01/CRN 31316 Maria Elena Bustamante Bernal, Fee $89

Bread Basics

Learn how to measure, mix, knead, proof and bake delicious, artisan European-style bread. You’ll make classic French bread, honey-wheat bread and more. Learn the leavening process, how to substitute other grains and different bread forms such as sandwich loaves and rolls. Saturday, Feb. 24, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Course #CK311 01/CRN 31317 Maria Elena Bustamante Bernal, Fee $89

Become the star of any party when you learn cake decorating with Chef Maria Bernal. Learn basic roses, leaves, and then advance to more complicated decorating. It’s easy to see when a decorating job is done well, with beautiful finishing touches and techniques. Practice and patience will have the family clamoring for you to make their special occasion cakes. Saturday, Mar. 17, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Course #CK319 01/CRN 31319 Maria Elena Bustamante Bernal, Fee $89

Cake Baking in High Altitude

It’s not you. It’s the altitude! Can’t figure out why every time you try to make a cake from scratch it’s an unmitigated catastrophe? Learn methods for making a variety of cake batters from scratch. You will discover the adjustments needed to be a successful cake baker at any altitude. Saturday, Mar. 10, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Course #CK320 01/CRN 31318 Maria Elena Bustamante Bernal, Fee $89

Food For Life: Diabetes Initiative

The goal of the Food for Life: Diabetes Initiative program is to empower people who have diabetes and those concerned about developing diabetes, along with their friends and family members with new information and skills. Learn the benefits of plant based nutrition, enjoy lots of delicious food and take home recipes you know how to cook. Come hungry! The class series was developed by the Physicians’ Committee for Responsible Medicine. Saturday, May 12, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Course #CK335 01/CRN 30875 Amanda Hatherly, Fee $89

Food for Life: The Cancer Project

The National Cancer Institute statistics show that in the United States 1 in 2 women and 1 in 3 men will develop cancer in their lifetime. Did you know that plant based nutrition can decrease your chances of getting cancer and also can improve recovery? This nutrition and cooking class, developed by the Physicians’ Committee for Responsible Medicine will give you information and recipes as well as lots of delicious food to eat all day long. Come hungry! Saturday, Mar. 3, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Course #CK336 01/CRN 30876 Amanda Hatherly, Fee $89

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NEW! Viva Mexico

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Chef Margo Taylor. Prepare Sopes with Devil-Style Shrimp, Jicama Salad, Foil Wrapped Chicken with Sauteed Vegetables in Tamarind Sauce and Cilantro Rice. Still hungry? Top it off with Dulce de Leche Ice Cream with Chocolate Tequila Sauce. Who knows — there might even be Virgin Margaritas! Saturday, Mar. 17, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Course #CK348 01/CRN 31240 Margo Taylor, Fee $89

Plant Based Nutrition: What’s it All About?

From celebrities such as Beyoncé and Bill Clinton, to world class athletes like ultra-marathon runner Rich Roll and free runner Tim Schieff, to millions of everyday folks, people are switching up what they eat. Enjoy a delicious day of food-tasting, recipes, conversation and more as we discuss new ways of eating. Untangle terminology and think about the pros and cons of changing how you eat. Why are so many people lowering or eliminating animal products from their diets? What are they eating and how are they doing it? Go home with full tummies, great recipes and lots of resources that will help you decide if you want to start making a change too. Saturday, Feb. 17, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Course #CK378 01/CRN 30668 Amanda Hatherly, Fee $89

NEW! Advanced Plant Based Nutrition

Only for students who have previously taken Plant Based Nutrition/Food for Life classes. Eat delicious food while we share your successes and challenges eating plant based food. Learn more about how a whole food plant based diet can benefit your health and take home some great recipes. Saturday, Apr. 7, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Course #CK387 01/CRN 31212 Amanda Hatherly, Fee $89

NEW! Korean Cuisine

Chef Margo Taylor loves preparing all Asian cuisines and Korean is no exception. Learn how to prepare two types of quick Kimchi with cucumber and pineapple. Cook Bulgogi (Korean barbeque) and Bokkeumbap (Kimchi fried rice). For dessert, discover how to make Toasted Rice Ice Cream served with Hidduk (sweet fried pancake). Take your taste buds on a flavor adventure. Saturday, Jan. 13, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Course #CK380 01/CRN 31239 Margo Taylor, Fee $89

NEW! Fettuccine Alfredo: Make it Like a Pro!

Everybody loves this pasta dish made from fettuccine noodles tossed with Parmigiana-Reggiano cheese, butter and cream. When you combine hand-made fresh pasta with the creamy alfredo sauce the results are out of this world. Learn how to make better-than-restaurantquality Fettuccine Alfredo that will wow your loved ones. Appropriate for all ages and all skill levels. Saturday, Apr. 21, 1 day, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Course #CK403 01/CRN 31313 Yash Morimoto, Fee $79

CREATIVE WRITING

Our talented faculty are writers themselves and know the ropes. Whether you are a beginning author or more advanced, try out a class.

Introduction to Poetry Workshop

Designed for beginning students of poetry who want to sharpen their skills and share their work with other poets, you will have an opportunity to present your own poetry with a goal of gaining expertise as a writer. We will discuss poems written by members of the class, providing constructive, respectful feedback and offering suggestions for revision. Writing exercises, as well as discussing poems, essays and technical information about the craft of poetry are included in each session. Wednesday, Jan. 17, 6 wks., 5 to 7 p.m. Course #CO300 01/CRN 31241 Chelsea Bunn, Fee $149

Bending Genres

The fine line between prose, poetry and memoir will be explored during this workshop. How can your work sing? Do your poems lack insightful narrative that can deliver the deeper message and enrich their meaning? Are your stories too structured, too flat? Like mixing paint onto a canvas, this workshop will heighten exploration and enable you to seek new modes of expression. Your writing will be fueled by reading contemporary “mixed-genre” writers, prompts and in-class exercises to help you to write into the deepest recesses of your being. Tuesday, Mar. 27, 7 wks., 10 a.m. to noon Course #CO301 01/CRN 31242 Margaret Tuite, Fee $89

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Whether you’ve ever written fiction or not, jump in and experience the excitement of writing a story from start to finish through in-class writing, revision and reading contemporary flash fiction writers. Learn what flash fiction is and how to whittle a story down to its essential core of 1,000 words or less. This class creates a safe environment in which ideas and work can be shared and honed. Thursday and Friday, Jan. 18, 2 days, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Course #CO319 01/CRN 31243 Margaret Tuite, Fee $139

Write Your Memoir

Don’t let those family stories get lost — write a memoir so your children and grandchildren know their legacy. Discover how to tap into and shape those long-forgotten memories to create the most poignant, revealing and entertaining anecdotes. Questions and writing prompts will aid you in putting together your life story. Join a safe and welcoming group of enthusiastic writers for in-class exercises and discussions that will help you communicate through your own unique voice and point of view. Monday, Jan. 22, 3 wks., 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Course #CO321 01/CRN 30608 Lauren Camp, Fee $69

Poetic Forms

Learn to read and write poems in various forms, ranging from historical to contemporary. Explore older forms such as the pantoum, sestina and villanelle, as well as more modern forms like the list poem and free verse. Read poems in each form and experiment with writing

your own. Through this combination of reading and writing, discover how the unique elements of each form spark creativity and offer new, unexpected ways to express yourself. No class Mar. 21. Wednesday, Mar. 14, 6 wks., 5 to 7 p.m. Course #CO326 01/CRN 31321 Chelsea Bunn, Fee $149

Movie Going as Memoir

Why do certain movies have an impact on our lives? How do our personal histories cause us to form attachments to certain films? How and why we identify with certain narratives and characters from our favorite movies will be explored. Share your experiences on this subject through assignments in memoir writing followed by group discussions. The instructor will discuss archetypes and icons from popular films as well as share his own connections to his favorite movies as examples with clips from important works of cinema. No class Mar. 20. Tuesday, Feb. 13, 6 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #CO335 01/CRN 31213 Aaron Leventman, Fee $99

Writing Short Stories

Do you love short story collections? Explore the world of reading and writing stories. Learn how to dissect contemporary and classic stories through plot, character development, dialogue, point of view and structure. Write the stories that linger through the lens of memory and imagination with your own distinctive twist. Thursday, Mar. 29, 7 wks., 10 a.m. to noon Course #CO358 01/CRN 30911 Margaret Tuite, Fee $139

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NEW! Writing After War

Writing After War is designed to provide veterans and family members of veterans with the tools to express themselves in written form and to tell their stories through fiction. Learn methods for generating ideas for writing fictional stories, participate in writing exercises and develop a short story, screenplay or poetry. Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 3, 6 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #CO401 01/CRN 31371 John Shannon, Fee $149

NEW! Revision Practices

Explore and revise incomplete or in-progress creative writing projects including poetry, short fiction or short memoir. Participate in class workshop sessions and small group discussions in order to offer and receive constructive feedback to advance your revision process. Read examples of revision work by esteemed poets and authors such as Elizabeth Bishop, Sylvia Plath and David Foster Wallace. Learn technical information on the craft of revision and exercises and prompts geared to establish a successful creative revision practice. Wednesday, Apr. 4, 6 wks., 2:45 to 4:45 p.m. Course #CO402 01/CRN 31322 Chelsea Bunn, Fee $149

NEW! Contemporary Multicultural Poetry

Explore poetry from currently working writers who are from underrepresented cultures and identities including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and disability. Poets will include Ocean Vuong, Paul Guest, Layli Long Soldier, Kaveh Akbar, Jamaal May, Danez Smith, Solmaz Sharif and more. Develop poetry of your own based on the work you read. Wednesday, Jan. 24, 6 wks., 2:45 to 4:45 p.m. Course #CO403 01/CRN 31323 Chelsea Bunn, Fee $149

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DANCE

To be able to dance widens the world of social opportunities available to you. Take one of these dance classes and increase the enjoyment of your life.

Country Western Dance: Couples

Bring a partner and learn traditional country-western dances — the two-step, waltz and country swing — including basic turns and styling. The atmosphere is low-key, with an emphasis on building confidence in an activity you can enjoy for years to come. Price is per couple. Wednesday, Feb. 7, 6 wks., 6:30 to 8 p.m. Course #DA308 01/CRN 31247 John Rayburn and Shellie Follmer, Fee $139

Basic Swing Dancing: Couples

Experience the fun of swing dancing. Learn the basics and beginning/intermediate moves in one of the increasingly popular dances in the United States. Using the elements of dance as well as timing, connection and partnering, you will learn to jitterbug and West Coast swing. Gain the confidence to dance in a variety of social situations through a few fun and easy lessons. You will have the opportunity to dance with other students. Class held off-campus at Dance Station. Wednesday, Feb. 7, 6 wks., 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Course #DA318 01/CRN 30598 Cheryl Noonan, Fee $109 Wednesday, Apr. 4, 6 wks., 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Course #DA318 02/CRN 30880 Cheryl Noonan, Fee $109

Basic Swing Dancing: Singles

Experience the fun of swing dancing. Learn the basics and beginning/intermediate moves in one of the increasingly popular dances in the United States. Using the elements of dance as well as timing, connection and partnering, you will learn to jitterbug and West Coast swing. Gain the confidence to dance in a variety of social situations through a few fun and easy lessons. You will have the opportunity to dance with other students. Class held off-campus at Dance Station. Wednesday, Apr. 4, 6 wks., 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Course #DA319 02/CRN 30881 Cheryl Noonan, Fee $69 Wednesday, Feb. 7, 6 wks., 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Course #DA319 03/CRN 31216 Cheryl Noonan, Fee $69

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Night Club Two Step and Waltz: Couples

Salsa: Singles

Intro to Country Western Two-Step and Cha Cha: Couples

This is an exciting, upbeat introductory class. Explore club-style salsa techniques and Latin rhythms. You will have the opportunity to dance with other students. Cheryl Noonan teaches and performs in the Santa Fe area for both public and private events. Class held offcampus at Dance Station. Wednesday, Apr. 4, 6 wks., 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Course #DA330 2/CRN 30878 Cheryl Noonan, Fee $109 Wednesday, Feb. 7, 6 wks., 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Course #DA330 01/CRN 30557 Cheryl Noonan, Fee $109 This is an exciting, upbeat introductory class. Explore club-style salsa techniques and Latin rhythms. You will have the opportunity to dance with other students. Cheryl Noonan teaches and performs in the Santa Fe area for both public and private events. Class held offcampus at Dance Station. Wednesday, Feb. 7, 6 wks., 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Course #DA331 03/CRN 31217 Cheryl Noonan, Fee $69 Wednesday, Apr. 4, 6 wks., 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Course #DA331 02/CRN 30879 Cheryl Noonan, Fee $69

All levels welcome. Learn intermediate skills, patterns and styling characteristics of the slow, romantic Night Club Two Step and the beautiful, lyrical Country Western Waltz. You should have an understanding of the rhythm and basic steps of both dances. Learn the skills to add to your knowledge, ability, grace and repertoire of dancing. Class size limited to 10 couples only. Recruit a friend and join us. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. Course #DA343 01/CRN 31219 Belinda Jentzen, Fee $119

Learn the basic moves in the Two-Step, the signature Country Western dance popular in the social dance scene in Santa Fe. This flirtatious rhythm dance is about spins, weaves and checks, dancing side by side, forwards and backwards as you move around the floor. We also teach the American Rhythm style Cha-Cha danced to Country Western music — think, “Neon Moon” by Brooks and Dunn. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., Noon to 1 p.m. Course #DA380 01/CRN 31215 Belinda Jentzen, Fee $119

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Intro to Country Western Two-Step and Cha Cha: Singles

Learn the basic moves in the Two-Step, the signature Country Western dance popular in the social dance scene in Santa Fe. This flirtatious rhythm dance is about spins, weaves and checks, dancing side by side, forwards and backwards as you move around the floor. We also teach the American Rhythm style Cha-Cha danced to Country Western music — think, “Neon Moon” by Brooks and Dunn. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., Noon to 1 p.m. Course #DA381 01/CRN 31214 Belinda Jentzen, Fee $69

HOME AND GARDEN Interior Design: Re-Envisioning to Now

Interior design begins with a clearly defined understanding of physical conditions and functional requirements that are essential to a successful design solution. A successful interior environment also captures a spirit, an emotional quality. In this class you will redesign an existing environment and develop a more insightful and considered design solution. This class will investigate key aspects of interior design; needs assessment, preliminary sketching exercises, conceptual design development, space-planning, drafting and finish selection. This class is open to all students. Saturday, Feb.10, 6 wks., 1 to 5 p.m. Course #BP467 01/CRN 31435 Thomas Lehn, Fee $159

Furniture Design: Innovative Form

Furniture supports and answers physical needs as well as addressing ritualistic functions. You will create innovative furniture design solutions that bridge the pragmatics of performance with the poetics of original form. You will investigate key aspects of furniture design through preliminary sketching exercises, conceptual ideation, drafting and scale model making. Emphasis is on the integration of personal language development and practical application. This class is open to all students. Saturday, Apr.7, 6 wks., 1 to 5 p.m. Course #BP466 01/CRN 31436 Thomas Lehn, Fee $159

Simple Greywater Systems

Make use of your household wastewater. Greywater is an important resource that can be used safely for creating gardens and wildlife habitats in our dry climate. This class covers New Mexico greywater code, appropriate soaps for use in these systems and basic gravity-fed greywater systems at Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center, including mulch basins, infiltration chambers and pumice wicks. Saturday, Apr. 7, 1 day, 9 a.m. to noon Course #HG321 01/CRN 31326 Amanda Bramble, Fee $39

Introduction to Permaculture

Permaculture is a way to design ecological habitats and food production systems. Get introduced to the principles, ethics and design methodology that make permaculture an appropriate tool for community self sufficiency. Learn about zones, microclimates, stacking functions, waste resources and more. Examples from the Ampersand Sustainable Living Center will be highlighted. Saturday, Mar. 10, 1 day, 9 a.m. to noon Course #HG322 01/CRN 30731 Amanda Bramble, Fee $39

Right Plant, Right Place

Bob Pennington answers questions and shares his broad knowledge about what plants work in our harsh environment. Learn the best locations for a variety of plants and how to help them thrive. Bring your questions and ideas for Pennington’s advice. Tuesday, Mar. 27, 1 day, 7 to 9 p.m. Course #HG324 01/CRN 30578 Bob Pennington, Fee $29

Garden Superstars

When it comes to knowing what will grow in New Mexico, few people have more experience than Bob Pennington, owner of Agua Fria Nursery for more than 20 years. Learn about plants and flowers that do incredibly well in our soil and harsh conditions. These are the plants that you can ignore and they still thrive and look beautiful. Even if your thumbs aren’t green, you can be a success in your garden! Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1 day, 7 to 9 p.m. Course #HG349 01/CRN 30576 Bob Pennington, Fee $29

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These days, everyone is trying to figure out how to stretch the family budget a little further. Planting your own “eat-ables” has never been more important. Bob Pennington talks about how to raise a successful vegetable garden. Learn when to start plantings and how to sneak edibles in-between flowers and other garden plants. Bring your questions. Even at this altitude and with our soil, you can grow your own food. Tuesday, Mar. 6, 1 day, 7 to 9 p.m. Course #HG353 01/CRN 30574 Bob Pennington, Fee $29

Xeriscape Gardens

Xeriscape gardens are water-wise landscaping. They are well-planned, use water efficiently and can even appear lush. Everybody talks about xeriscape; learn what it is, the basic principles of xeriscape and how to design for good looks while saving water. Bring questions about how to introduce the principles into your yard or garden. Tuesday, Feb. 27, 1 day, 7 to 9 p.m. Course #HG354 01/CRN 30577 Bob Pennington, Fee $29

A Rose by Any Name is Easy to Grow

Roses have an undeserved reputation for being difficult to grow. Learn how to select the best varieties for this area, how to care for them and how to ensure successful growth. Bob Pennington is a longtime owner of Agua Fria Nursery in Santa Fe and an expert in roses. Tuesday, Mar. 13, 1 day, 7 to 9 p.m. Course #HG355 01/CRN 30575 Bob Pennington, Fee $29

Arid Land Restoration

Learn to restore the unique landscape of the arid Southwest. Heal degraded landscapes through mulching, seeding, and creating erosion control and water harvesting structures that create microclimates for moisture and growth. Structures like one rock dams, rock rundowns, medialunas and Zsuni bowls are introduced. It’s all about harvesting organic matter, storing water in the soil and encouraging vegetative growth and stable landscapes. Examine the ecological restoration projects and their success rates at Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center. We will also tour SFCC’s grounds and observe patterns on the land. Saturday, May 5, 1 day, 9 a.m. to noon Course #HG374 01/CRN 30733 Amanda Bramble, Fee $39

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FITNESS AND WELLNESS

Our Fitness and Wellness classes allow you the opportunity to strengthen your body and mind through active participation in a course such as yoga or to study the nuances of good health management through a variety of lecture and discussion courses.

Veteran Fitness Program

The Veteran fitness program is open to any Veteran who is enrolled at SFCC full-time. It is intended for Vets only and not dependents or family members. Vets may use the Fitness Education Center during the hours when open use is available; this includes the gym, pool, resistance training center, etc. Jan. 16, 17 wks. Mondays through Thursdays, 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Fridays, 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #EFT355 01/CRN 30738 Staff, Fee $69

Keep Your Balance: Warm Water Exercise

For the injured, or those over 50, this class helps to regain or build your strength. Water provides resistance in all directions as we move. Strengthen your muscles, ligaments and tendons while you improve your balance. This is a slow, steady and kinesthetically conscious movement class to be strong and able. This is not aerobics but afterward, you can do the same exercises as an aerobic workout. There is an $8 per visit facility fee for access to the Fitness Center. Wednesday, Jan. 31, 6 wks., 6 to 7 p.m. Course #HF340 01/CRN 31362 Catherine Louisell, Fee $59 Wednesday, Mar. 28, 6 wks., 6 to 7 p.m. Course #HF340 02/CRN 31363 Catherine Louisell, Fee $59

Zhineng Qigong: Chi Lel Qigong

Experience a fun, active class including both standing and seated movements and postures. Learn to use one or two chairs as props to support your postures. Work the full body to increase strength and flexibility while improving circulation and overall health. Feel better through increased energy, confidence and decreased pains of age-related body changes. Wednesday, Mar. 28, 6 wks., 10 to 11 a.m. Course #HF440 01/CRN 31325 Mary Jo Mulligan, Fee $79

Zhineng Qigong (Chi-Lel Qigong) is the world’s most practiced medicine-less Qigong (Qi=energy, Gong=practice). Zhineng Qigong was created by Dr. Pang Ming and has over 20 million followers. Zhineng Qigong combines Traditional Chinese Qigong healing methods and Western mindfulness techniques. Learn Dr. Pang’s Body/Mind exercises, Lift Qi up Pour Qi down method and 3 centers merge meditation. Learn how to bring positive universal Qi energy into the body and how to release negative Qi energy that causes illness. All levels of fitness are welcome. Qigong can be practiced standing or sitting and no equipment is necessary. Wednesday, Jan. 31, 6 wks., 9 to 11 a.m. Course #HF399 01/CRN 30895 Richard Silver, Fee $89

Alexander Technique for Agility, Mobility and Balance

Reduce Stress with Guided Meditation and Hypnosis

NEW! Chair Yoga

The Alexander Technique is a long-proven method to achieve flexibility and strength in movement by identifying the harmful tension in your body. Learn to move with agility and mobility in your everyday life and transform discomfort or pain into ease and balance while sitting at your desk, bending down, exercising or playing the piano. Research shows this may improve quality of life, promotes mindfulness and supports the healing of old injuries. Saturday, Jan. 20, 4 wks., 10 to 11 a.m. Course #HF317 01/CRN 30898 Annette Groenfeldt, Fee $69

Stress is everywhere. It is in our environment, it lives within us and it touches every aspect of our lives. Although we often cannot change the circumstances of our lives, we can change our reactions to them. Learn guided meditation and hypnosis techniques that will help you better manage the stress in your life and minimize its impact. Thursday, Mar. 29, 1 day, 6 to 8 p.m. Course #HF421 01/CRN 30735 Carol Christianson, Fee $29

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The Fitness Education Center (FEC) will be open on Sundays for Continuing Education (CE) students signed up for these classes. Small class size will ensure individual instruction. Everyone can fit time into each Sunday and begin a path to better fitness. It may even seem like you have your own private recreation center because only CE students are able to have access to the building. Join us on Sundays!

Adult Beginning Swimming

Enjoy an introduction to swimming techniques in our warm water pool. Designed for adults who want to get more comfortable in the water while learning how to swim laps with a variety of swim strokes. If you’re already comfortable in the water, great! Join us to get pointers on developing your swim strokes. Emphasis is on basic swimming drills and having a good time while doing it. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 1:50 to 2:50 p.m. Course #HF300 01/CRN 31372 Kristian Gebhart, Fee $79 Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 1:50 to 2:50 p.m. Course #HF300 02/CRN 31373 Kristian Gebhart, Fee $79

Recreational Pickle Ball

Pickle Ball is a funny name for a racket sport played on a badminton court with special Pickle Ball paddles and net. Pickle Ball has rules similar to tennis, it is easy to learn and is great exercise for all ages and abilities. This game is accessible to the competitive as well as the beginning adult player. Learn the basics of Pickle Ball, then enjoy recreational play. Already know how to play Pickle Ball? Just register and come play! Especially popular with seniors, this sport offers exercise in a fun, affordable format. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Course #HF475 01/CRN 30600 Gordon Hall, Fee $69 Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Course #HF475 02/CRN 31248 Gordon Hall, Fee $69

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NEW! Intermediate Pickleball

Tai Chi

This class is geared toward players who wish to bring their game to the next level. Students must have a solid understanding of the rules and enough playing skill to qualify for a 3.0 rating. Strong desire to improve can be substituted for skill. Guest teachers will attend some sessions. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 1 to 2:30 p.m. Course #HF474 01/CRN 31369 Edward Woodd, Fee $69 Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 1 to 2:30 p.m. Course #HF474 02/CRN 31370 Edward Woodd, Fee $69

Small Group Personal Training

Iyengar Yoga

Developed by yoga master B.K.S. Iyengar more than 60 years ago, Iyengar yoga promotes strength, flexibility, endurance and balance through coordinated breathing and poses that require precise body alignment. Equipment like blankets, straps and blocks help the less flexible and also distinguishes Iyengar from other types of yoga. Although Iyengar incorporates the traditional postures, or asanas, that make up the broader category of hatha yoga, the props revolutionized yoga by enabling everyone — even the elderly, sick and disabled, to practice. Because of its slow pace, attention to detail, and use of props, Iyengar yoga can be especially good if you’re recovering from an injury. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Course #HF481 01/CRN 30602 Ginna Sloane, Fee $89 Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Course #HF481 02/CRN 30741 Ginna Sloane, Fee $89

T’ai Chi is an exercise consisting of slow meditative movements. Its purpose is to circulate and balance one’s “chi” or vital life force energy. Health benefits include better balance, blood pressure control, and reduction of stress related symptoms. Older adults are encourage to try this class. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Course #HF479 01/CRN 31407 Brenda Sanchez, Fee $89 Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Course #HF479 02/CRN 31408 Brenda Sanchez, Fee $89 A personal trainer is a fitness professional involved in exercise prescription and instruction. They motivate clients by setting goals and providing feedback and accountability to clients. Now you can benefit from a personal trainer in a small group setting, all at an affordable price. It is recommended that you purchase a one-month pass so you may continue to work out during the week. Additional passes may be purchased at the front desk. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to noon Course #HF482 01/CRN 30601 Miquela Martinez, Fee $99 Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to noon Course #HF482 02/CRN 30603 Miquela Martinez, Fee $99

How to Swim Better with Less Effort

Focus on swimming with less effort and improve your swimming at the same time. Art Herlihy will provide an assessment of your current swim stroke, form and offer ways of improving. Learn basic drills for improving your swimming endurance. Swimmers should be able to swim back and forth across the pool with breaks over a 30 minute period. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Course #HF496 01/CRN 30669 Arthur Herlihy, Fee $95

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Learn the fundamentals of the game, including ground strokes, service, volley, overhead smash, rules, strategy and conditioning. Bring your own racket and high altitude tennis balls. Enrollment is limited. Vlad King has been teaching tennis to adults and youth in Santa Fe for many years. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Beginning Tennis Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks.,11 a.m. to noon Course #HF501 01/CRN 31016 Fee $59 Intermediate Tennis Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., Noon to 1:00 p.m. Course #HF510 01/CRN 31220 Fee $59

Happy Body

This is a class for all adults who want to enjoy living in their bodies more. To loosen up and relax, you will use imaginative movement, including stretching, isometrics, self-massage, breath, sound and movement meditation. Use the techniques that work for you to move fluidly and with more awareness. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Course #HF499 03/CRN 31366 Catherine Louisell, Fee $59 Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Course #HF499 04/CRN 31368 Catherine Louisell, Fee $59

Keep Your Balance: Warm Water Exercise

For the injured, or those over 50, this class helps to regain or build your strength. Water provides resistance in all directions as we move; it will help strengthen your muscles, ligaments and tendons while you improve your balance. This is a slow, steady and kinesthetically conscious movement class to be strong and able. Outside of class, do the same exercises as an aerobic workout. This is a pleasurable and fun way to become stronger and more fit. No class Mar. 25 and Apr. 1. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to noon Course #HF500 01/CRN 30740 Catherine Louisell, Fee $89 Sunday, Mar. 11, 6 wks., 11 a.m. to noon Course #HF500 2/CRN 30882 Catherine Louisell, Fee $89

Night Club Two Step and Waltz: Couples

All levels welcome. Learn intermediate skills, patterns and styling characteristics of the slow, romantic Night Club Two Step and the beautiful, lyrical Country Western Waltz. You should have an understanding of the rhythm and basic steps of both dances. Learn the skills to add to your knowledge, ability, grace and repertoire of dancing. Class size limited to 10 couples only. Recruit a friend and join us. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. Course #DA343 01/CRN 31219 Belinda Jentzen and Ward Brinegar, Fee $119

Intro to Country Western Two-Step and Cha Cha: Couples

Learn the basic moves in the Two-Step, the signature Country Western dance popular in the social dance scene in Santa Fe. This flirtatious rhythm dance is about spins, weaves and checks, dancing side by side, forwards and backwards as you move around the floor. We also teach the American Rhythm style Cha-Cha danced to Country Western music — think, “Neon Moon” by Brooks and Dunn. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., Noon to 1 p.m. Course #DA380 01/CRN 31215 Belinda Jentzen and Ward Brinegar, Fee $119

Intro to Country Western Two-Step and Cha Cha: Singles

Learn the basic moves in the Two-Step, the signature Country Western dance popular in the social dance scene in Santa Fe. This flirtatious rhythm dance is about spins, weaves and checks, dancing side by side, forwards and backwards as you move around the floor. We also teach the American Rhythm style Cha-Cha danced to Country Western music — think, “Neon Moon” by Brooks and Dunn. Sunday, Jan. 28, 6 wks., Noon to 1 p.m. Course #DA381 01/CRN 31214 Belinda Jentzen and Ward Brinegar, Fee $69

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SFCC Continuing Education offers a first-rate Spanish program that will take you step-by-step to fluency. All students begin with the fast-paced and rigorous Spanish Preparation course (either the five-week or the two-week intensive), regardless of other Spanish courses you may have taken in the past. If you feel this course level would be inappropriate, contact Fernando Mayans at 505-428-1514. We also offer classes for anyone who wishes to broaden your skills in American Sign Language and German.

Spanish Preparation

All students must take this class first in our Spanish program. Students who can speak other languages, who have taken Spanish in the past or who have no knowledge of the language must take this class, which is a non-traditional approach to the language. This provides a solid foundation to proceed to Basic I, II and III. No class Mar. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Monday and Wednesday, Jan. 29, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG301 01/CRN 30530 Tuesday and Thursday, Jan. 30, 5 wks., Noon to 1:30 p.m. Course #LG301 02/CRN 30531

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Monday and Wednesday, Mar. 5, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG301 03/CRN 30532

Spanish Preparation

This two-week Spanish Preparation course, offered before each semester, is an intensive course with a non-traditional approach. This class provides a solid foundation to proceed to Basic I, II and III, and is a condensed version of the five-week Spanish Preparation class. Students who can speak other languages, who have taken Spanish in the past, or who have no knowledge of the language must take this class first as part of our Spanish program. Tuesday through Friday, Jan. 16 through 19; and Monday through Thursday, Jan. 22 through 25, 2 wks., 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Course #LG345 01/CRN 30552 Fernando Mayans, Fee $129

Basic Spanish III

Tuesday and Thursday, Mar. 6, 5 wks., Noon to 1:30 p.m. Course #LG301 04/CRN 30533 Monday and Wednesday, Apr. 16, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG301 05/CRN 30534 Fernando Mayans, Fee $129

Basic Spanish I

This is the first basic class in a series of three, designed to give students a solid foundation in Spanish grammar and a working knowledge of important structures of the language. The Spanish Preparation class is a prerequisite to this course. A textbook is required for this basic series. No class Mar. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Monday and Wednesday, Jan. 29, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG302 01/CRN 30930 Rosa Prada, Fee $129

This is the third basic course in the series of three, designed to give students a solid foundation in Spanish grammar and a working knowledge of important structures of the language. Completion of Basic II is required and the same textbook is used. Tuesday through Friday, Jan. 16 through 19; and Monday through Thursday, Jan. 22 through 25, 2 wks., 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Course #LG454 01/CRN 30718 Reverie De Escobedo, Fee $129

El Verbo “Haber”

Learn the use of the very important verb “haber.” Students will learn the personal and impersonal uses of this key verb. Completion of the Past Tense II or the permission of the instructor is required. Tuesday through Friday, Jan. 16 through 19; and Monday through Thursday, Jan. 22 through 25, 2 wks., 10 a.m. to noon Course #LG396 01/CRN 30553 Fernando Mayans, Fee $129

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This is the second basic course in the series to give students a solid foundation in Spanish grammar and a working knowledge of important structures of the language. Completion of Basic I is required and the same textbook is used. No class Mar. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Monday and Wednesday, Jan. 29, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG303 03/CRN 30936 Sonia Sanchez-Cuesta, Fee $129 Tuesday and Thursday, Jan. 30, 5 wks., Noon to 1:30 p.m. Course #LG303 02/CRN 30713 Reverie De Escobedo, Fee $129 Monday and Wednesday, Mar. 5, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG303 05/CRN 30715 Sonia Sanchez-Cuesta, Fee $129 Tuesday and Thursday, Mar. 6, 5 wks., Noon to 1:30 p.m. Course #LG303 06/CRN 30716 Reverie De Escobedo, Fee $129 Monday and Wednesday, Apr. 16, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG303 07/CRN 31330 Sonia Sanchez-Cuesta, Fee $129 Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 17, 5 wks., Noon to 1:30 p.m. Course #LG303 08/CRN 31331 Reverie De Escobedo, Fee $129

Basic Spanish III

This is the third basic course in the series of three, designed to give students a solid foundation in Spanish grammar and a working knowledge of important structures of the language. Completion of Basic II is required and the same textbook is used. No class Mar. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Monday and Wednesday, Mar. 5, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG304 01/CRN 30717 Monday and Wednesday, Apr. 16, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG304 02/CRN 30589 Reverie De Escobedo, Fee $129

Grammar Review

This course is the first in a series of three classes with a non-traditional approach. Students will review in-depth, important subjects in Spanish grammar. Completion of Basic III or permission from the instructor is required. There is no textbook. Monday and Wednesday, Jan. 29, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG308 01/CRN 30535 Tuesday and Thursday, Jan. 30, 5 wks., 7 to 8:30 p.m. Course #LG308 02/CRN 31327 Fernando Mayans, Fee $129

Spanish: The Past Tense I (Preterite)

This course is the second in a series of three with a non-traditional approach to learning the preterite tense. Completion of Grammar Review or permission from the instructor is required. There is no textbook. No class Mar. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Monday and Wednesday, Mar. 5, 5wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG317 01/CRN 30536 Tuesday and Thursday, Mar. 6, 5 wks., 7 to 8:30 p.m. Course #LG317 02/CRN 30537 Fernando Mayans, Fee $129

Spanish: The Past Tense II (Imperfect)

This course is the third in a series of three with a nontraditional approach to learning the imperfect tense. Completion of the Past Tense I or permission from the instructor is required. There is no textbook. Monday and Wednesday, Apr. 16, 5 wks., 10 to 11 a.m. Course #LG318 01/CRN 30538 Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 17, 5 wks., 7 to 8:30 p.m. Course #LG318 02/CRN 30539 Fernando Mayans, Fee $129

Spanish Conversation

In this beginning conversation class, students will improve their oral communication skills and vocabulary through reading, writing and conversation. Past Tense II or the permission from the instructor is required. No class Mar. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Monday and Wednesday, Jan. 29, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG363 01/CRN 30584 Rosa Prada, Fee $129 Tuesday and Thursday, Jan. 30, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG363 02/CRN 30585 Rosa Prada, Fee $129 Monday and Wednesday, Mar. 5, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG363 03/CRN 30586 Patricia Lerner, Fee $129 Tuesday and Thursday, Mar. 6, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG363 04/CRN 31328 Rosa Prada, Fee $129 Monday and Wednesday, Apr. 16, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG363 05/CRN 31332 Patricia Lerner, Fee $129 Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 17, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG363 06/CRN 31333 Rosa Prada, Fee $129

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Intermediate Reading: Art and Literature

The emphasis in this intermediate level class students will be reading about art and literature in Spanish. Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 17, 5 wks., Noon to 1:30 p.m. Course #LG449 01/CRN 31329 Fernando Mayans, Fee $129

Spanish Intermediate II

In these intermediate grammar courses, students review the past tense, subjunctive and more, with an emphasis on writing. This is a three part series of LG 336 01, LG 337 01 and LG 338 01. Completion of Spanish Conversation III is required. A textbook is required. No class Mar. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Tuesday and Thursday, Jan. 30, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG336 01/CRN 30540 Tuesday and Thursday, Mar. 6, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG 336 02 /CRN 31398 Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 17, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG 336 03/CRN31398 Patricia Lerner, Fee $129

Advanced Spanish Study

This is an advanced Spanish course where students read and discuss art, history, literature and current events to improve their skills in different areas. Completion of Intermediate II and permission from the instructor are required. No class Mar. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Monday and Wednesday, Jan. 29, 5 wks., Noon to 1 p.m. Course #LG367 01/CRN 30544

NEW! Spanish through Dramatic Movement Learn drama-based exercises to improve your Spanish communication. Combine movement and emotional expression leading to improved retention of language structures and vocabulary. Experience warm-up exercises, role-playing, frozen image building and improvisation along with other playful activities in order to create opportunities to exercise communication skills. These exercises will improve your speaking skill. Completion of Spanish Preterite is required. No class Mar. 21. Wednesday, Feb. 28, 5 wks., 3 to 5 p.m. Course #LG458 01/CRN 31389 Alma Dreyer, Fee $79

NEW! Basic German

German is the official language in seven countries and is spoken by more than 100 million people in the EU. This course will introduce you to the German language and culture. Through a playful approach that involves the whole body, you will learn the basic structures of grammar, basic vocabulary and pronunciation. No previous German knowledge is necessary. Monday and Wednesday, Feb. 5, 6 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LG470 01/CRN 31390 Alma Dreyer, Fee $139

NEW! American Sign Language II

Tuesday and Thursday, Jan. 30, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG367 02/CRN 30545 Tuesday and Thursday, Jan. 30, 5 wks., 5 to 6:30 p.m. Course #LG367 03/CRN 31396 Monday and Wednesday, Mar. 5, 5 wks., Noon to 1:30 p.m. Course #LG368 01/CRN 30547 Tuesday and Thursday, Mar. 6, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG368 02/CRN 30548 Tuesday and Thursday, Mar. 6, 5 wks., 5 to 6:30 p.m. Course #LG379 01/CRN 30550 Monday and Wednesday, Apr. 16, 5 wks., Noon to 1:30 p.m. Course #LG450 01/CRN 30543 Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 17, 5 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LG451 01/CRN 30546 Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 17, 5 wks., 5 to 6:30 p.m. Course #LG379 02/CRN 30551 Fernando Mayans, Fee $129

A continuation of American Sign Language I, this class is intended for students who have completed Introduction to ASL. Emphasis is on increasing acquisition of receptive and expressive sign skills. Take classes with a friend so you have a practice partner. Saturday, Feb. 3, 6 wks., 10 a.m. to noon Course #LG493 01/CRN 31360 Terry Vinson, Fee $109

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NEW! Beginning Mah Jongg

Mah Jongg is an ancient Chinese tile game that was only for the aristocracy. Now, everyone wants to play. Join this casual, stress-free class, diving into this game of chance and strategy. Learn the set up and all the different pieces of the game, the basic rules, strategies and get some games under your belt. You will receive a handout to take home for study and practice and a Mah Jongg playing card. After you complete the class, join a local group that plays weekly. 3 sessions: Thursday, Jan. 25, 6 to 9 p.m.; Saturday Jan. 27, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; Thursday, Feb. 1, 6 to 9 p.m. Course #LS328 01/CRN 31361 Carol Miseo-Hardin, Fee $79

Modern Bridge I: An Introduction

If you are new to bridge, or haven’t played for years, this is the class for you. Experience playing modern bridge from the beginning. Required textbook: Bridge Basics 1: An Introduction by Audrey Grant, ISBN 0-939460-90-4. Class meets off-campus at Helman Bridge Center. Tuesday and Thursday, Apr. 2, 4 wks., 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Course #LS343 01/CRN 31409 Susan Gibbs, Fee $129

Modern Bridge II: Bidding and Play

If you have completed Modern Bridge I or if you played bridge in the past and want to review the fundamentals and bring your game up to date, this is the class is for you. We cover a different topic each week. Come by yourself or with a partner and learn in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Class meets off-campus at Helman Bridge Center. Monday, Jan. 29, 8 wks., 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Course #LS345 01/CRN 31357 Kathy Adelsheim, Fee $129

NEW! Bridge: Supervised Play

Enjoy a weekly opportunity for newer bridge players to practice bidding and play in a relaxed and fun learning environment. No partner necessary. Drop into the Leonard Helman Bridge Center any Thursday morning from 9:30 to 11:30 am and practice with your peers. Mini-lesson on a basic bridge topic, and questions

answered as you play. Drop-in fee of $7 per session, paid directly to the instructor. Thursday, Jan. 18, 15 wks., 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LS420 01/CRN 31358 Susan Gibbs, Fee $7 per session — pay instructor

NEW! Revelation: Dragons, Whores & Songs Study the symbols, structure and message of the biblical Book of Revelation in its cultural context and its relevance in addressing contemporary intercultural and ethical issues. The book offers a passionate critique of the oppressive political, economic and social realities of the first century Roman Empire and unveils a vision of justice and peace challenging ethical responsibility relevant to the modern day

Monday and Wednesday, Feb. 12, 5 wks., 5:30 to 7 p.m. Course #LS406 01/CRN 31367 Donald Mouton, Fee $89

NEW! Character Actors: Best Movie Performers You’ve Never Heard Of

Discover the backbone of the movie industry; performers you recognize but whose names you don’t. Character actors color a story with memorable and often quirky personalities and may even be the star themselves but are so immersed in their characters you don’t recognize them from film to film. Explore these key actors and their contribution to the history of cinema. Thursday, Feb. 22, 4 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #LS411 01/CRN 31344 Aaron Leventman, Fee $99

NEW! Santa Fe Economic Forum: New Approach to Economics Study

Discover the economics of innovation, inequality, environmental sustainability, globalization and more delivered through a new approach. The method, CORE Economics, teaches the tools of economics by beginning with examination of contemporary and historic economic problems. Developed by an international team of educators, thought leaders and economists, including the Santa Fe Institute’s Samuel Bowles, the open source curriculum is being taught at leading universities and colleges around the world. Join in a community-based discussion group; learn economic tools to examine current national and local economic and social policy issues. The class moderator, Art Herlihy, is in his fifth year of teaching economics and finance classes at SFCC. His professional career experience has included work as

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Wednesday, Apr. 4, 5 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #LS412 02/CRN 313951 Art Herlihy, Fee $129

NEW! What the Heck Do We Really Know?

Discover a non-mathematical introduction to the ideas of quantum mechanics, emphasizing the strange phenomena of the quantum world and the various valid interpretations of them. This class is designed for everyone, but may be useful background for degree-seeking students who plan to take advanced chemistry or physics. Saturday, Feb. 10, 6 wks., 10 to 11:30 a.m. Course #LS413 01/CRN 31346 Gerald Friedman, Fee $129

PERSONAL SAFETY Beginning Pistol Shooting for Women

This introductory class is just for women, taught by a female instructor. The comfortable, small-group setting includes time for all your questions. Learn what every shooter should know about how revolvers and semiautomatic pistols work, safe gun handling, proper ammunition, cleaning and storage. The course takes you step-by-step through the fundamentals of pistol shooting, including stance, grip and aiming. The class concludes with an outdoor shooting session off campus. Pistols are provided (.22 caliber), and class size is limited to 6. Saturday, Mar. 10, 1 day, Noon to 5 p.m. Course #LS383 01/CRN 30570 Nancy Bennett, Fee $109 Tuesday, Apr. 24, 1 day, Noon to 5 p.m. Course #LS383 02/CRN 30571 Nancy Bennett, Fee $109 Wednesday, May 2, 1 day, Noon to 5 p.m. Course #LS383 3/CRN 30905 Nancy Bennett, Fee $109 New Mexico allows residents to carry a concealed handgun with a state license. Applicants must be 21 or older, complete 15 hours of training and demonstrate the knowledge and skills required by law. State-approved instructors cover selection, ownership and operation of

revolvers and semi-automatic pistols, safe gun handling and key elements of accurate pistol shooting. Serious attention is given to legal issues. The course fee includes a comprehensive manual from the U.S. Concealed Carry Association and additional handouts but not ammunition. You don’t need to own a gun; pistols will be available for practice and qualification at the two outdoor shooting sessions. 3 sessions: Friday, Mar. 2, Noon to 6 p.m.; Saturday, Mar. 3, Noon to 6 p.m.; Sunday, Mar. 4, Noon to 3 p.m. Course #LS384 02/CRN 30737 Nancy Bennett and John Rayburn, Fee $225 3 sessions: Friday, Apr. 27, Noon to 6 p.m.; Saturday, Apr. 28, Noon to 6 p.m.; Sunday, Apr. 29, Noon to 3 p.m. Course #LS384 03/CRN 30572 Nancy Bennett and John Rayburn, Fee $225 3 sessions: Friday, May 11, Noon to 6 p.m.; Saturday, May 12, Noon to 6 p.m.; Sunday, May 13, Noon to 3 p.m. Course #LS384 04/CRN 31251 Nancy Bennett and John Rayburn, Fee $225

MONEY MATTERS

Money management is the key to your present and future financial security. Learn the strategies that will give you confidence in planning for life events.

Retirement Income: Make Your Money Last

This course introduces concepts and practices that help you make the most of your retirement assets. Learn how to size up your current situation and sources of income; alternative distribution methods; understand distribution rules; how to develop an investment strategy; and to prepare for the unexpected. Make the most of retirement income streams. The registration fee includes a workbook. Wednesday, Feb. 21, 1 day, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Course #PF303 01/CRN 30561 Peter Murphy, Fee $49

Savvy Social Security and Medicare Planning

This informative class covers the basics of Social Security and reveals strategies for maximizing your benefits. Learn when to apply for benefits, when it makes sense

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Financial Management is a process that begins with your first paycheck and continues through each stage of life. Every decision you make about money today forms the foundation for your financial future. We want to show you how to develop a comprehensive financial strategy that covers all the financial bases — from insurance to investing, to retirement planning and estate conversion. Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1 day, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Course #PF305 01/CRN 30937 Peter Murphy, Fee $49

IRA Planning Strategies

This course will cover seven strategies for IRA planning, six roll over options for your retirement plan funds, three common required minimum distribution mistakes, the difference between indirect and direct rollovers, three different options for spousal IRA beneficiaries and how to coordinate your IRA planning with your overall retirement and estate strategy. Wednesday, Mar. 14, 1 day, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Course #PF315 01/CRN 30723 Peter Murphy, Fee $49

Income for Life

Will your savings last as long as you do? Will you have the money you need to enjoy a comfortable retirement? For many Americans, the answer is no. That’s because a lifetime of investing and saving can be eroded by taxes, inflation and poor investments. Fortunately, there are strategies to help address your long-term income needs. Find out how an annuity could help you accumulate retirement funds, manage taxes, fight the effects of inflation and generate an income you can’t outlive. Wednesday, Feb. 7, 1 day, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Course #PF316 01/CRN 31223 Peter Murphy, Fee $49

MUSIC

Continuing Education’s music classes teach you the fundamentals so that you will develop your skills at your own pace.

Beginning Guitar

If you’ve never played the guitar or you know a few chords and want to learn more, this course is for you. It covers tuning, chords, finger picking, strumming, lead guitar, reading notes and more. Explore different styles of music and learn a variety of songs during class. Bring your own guitar. Wednesday, Apr. 4, 4 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #MU305 01/CRN 31355 Andrew Lovato, Fee $69

NEW! Chords are Key for Piano

Some music teachers may not want you to know this, but you don’t need years of weekly lessons to learn piano. In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. How do we do it? While regular piano teachers teach note reading, piano professionals use chords. And you can learn all the chords you’ll need to play any song in this one session. Any song. Any style. Any key. If you can find middle C and know the meaning of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you already know enough to enroll in this workshop. The instructor will collect a Fee $29 materials fee for a book and online instruction. Saturday, Feb. 3, 1 day, 9 a.m. to noon Course #MU310 01/CRN 30922 Craig Coffman, Fee $35

NEW! Chords are Key for Piano by Ear

Learn one of music’s deepest mysteries: how to play songs without relying on music. A very practical presentation of music theory that includes predicting chord progressions, learning from recordings, and transposing-all expressed in everyday language. This is an ideal follow-up to the “Instant Piano” class and is open to anyone with a basic understanding of chords on any instrument. Expand your musical horizons, and free yourself from sheet-music dependence. Materials fee of $29 will be collected in class by the instructor for a book and online instruction. Saturday, Feb. 3, 1 day, 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #MU311 01/CRN 30923 Craig Coffman, Fee $35

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to delay benefits, how to estimate your benefits, how to minimize taxes on Social Security benefits, how to coordinate Social Security with your other sources of retirement income and other tips. Review different scenarios of when to choose to take Social Security payments along with a discussion on Medicare Part A, B, C and D options. Saturday, Jan. 20, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Course #PF304 01/CRN 30560 Peter Murphy, Fee $59 Saturday, Apr. 14, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Course #PF304 02/CRN 31224 Peter Murphy, Fee $59

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NEW! Chords are Key for Piano Series

This one-day series combines both Instant Piano and How to Play Piano by Ear. There is a $58 materials fee that will be collected by the instructor for two books and online instruction. Saturday, Feb. 3, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Course #MU322 01/CRN 30927 Craig Coffman, Fee $59

NEW! Chords are Key for Guitar

Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but can’t find the time? In just a few hours you can learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you won’t have to take private lessons to do it. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Bring your acoustic guitar. Class limited to 15 students. For ages 13 and older. For more information go to justonceclasses.com. Materials fee of $29 will be collected in class by the instructor for a book and online instruction. Friday, Feb. 2, 1 day, 6:30 to 9 p.m. Course #MU323 01/CRN 31221 Craig Coffman, Fee $35

Just Sing It!

A non-auditioned community chorus for students of any age who enjoy singing. No previous musical training or singing experience is necessary but experienced singers are welcome. Just Sing It is a class in basic choral ensemble singing. Through physical and vocal warm-up exercises and a variety of song styles, you will explore strategies and techniques to strengthen your voice, increase singing range, projection and even enhanced memory. Learn traditional rounds and part-songs from around the world while singing in unison and harmony. During the last class meeting the chorus will present an informal presentation of songs learned in class at a local senior care facility. No class Apr. 28. Saturday, Apr. 14, 3 wks., 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #MU324 01/CRN 31222 Priscilla Zimmermann, Fee $85

Sight-Singing for Choral Singers

Choral sight-singing is the ability to accurately read and sing the pitches, rhythms, and words of a musical piece at first sight after being given a starting pitch or chord by an instrument. Achieving competent sight-singing skills is a component of becoming a complete choral musician. Research has shown that regular sight-singing practice improves skills in all areas of your musicianship.

Dr. Priscilla Zimmermann has been a professional choral director and music educator for more than 45 years. Saturday, Apr. 14, 3 wks., 10 a.m. to noon Course #MU353 01/CRN 30921 Priscilla Zimmermann, Fee $85

PHOTOGRAPHY

Whether you are a novice with your first digital camera or an advanced photographer, SFCC has a course that will help you achieve your goals.

NEW! Portrait Photography

Learn to take dynamic portrait photographs using natural light. Start with the basics, moving past the typical snapshot to make images that have a professional edge. Learn the techniques and strategies to photograph all types of people and learn how to get people comfortable in front of the camera. Expressive body postures and camera angles are demonstrated. Discover great ways to incorporate environments and backdrops to refine the image. Interior spaces are explored using light from a window. You will also head outdoors using found locations to make images. Time is taken to review images made in class on your laptop. During the first part of the class, the participants in the class serve as models. Later, the participants are able to invite family members or friends to be models. Saturday, Apr. 7, 6 wks., 1 to 4 p.m. Course #PH320 01/CRN 31385 Michael Long, Fee $139

Learning to See Creatively

Learn to get beyond the auto modes on your SLR camera. Become fully knowledgeable and comfortable adjusting the aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings. Use of camera metering and histograms will be mastered. Lens focal lengths demonstrated and explained. Composition, camera angles and natural light conditions are covered as well. Learn to see in new and exciting ways. By the end of this workshop your photography skills will have made a huge leap forward. The sessions will be balanced between learning technical information and actual in the field photographing to practice what you have learned. Tuesday, Feb. 6, 6 wks., 6 to 8:30 p.m. Course #PH311 01/CRN 30904 Michael Long, Fee $129

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Ready to take the leap into the world of digital photography but confused by the various products and technologies? This class simplifies the entire process by examining all aspects of the digital camera. Discuss resolution, compression, white balance, file formats and media cards plus all the other settings found on current digital cameras. Learn photography basics such as shutter speed, aperture or f-stop, ISO, flash, lenses, focus and many others. Wednesday, Feb. 28, 3 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #PH351 01/CRN 31250 Steven Walenta, Fee $99

Photo Walk in Santa Fe

Take better pictures! Michael Long will share his extensive photographic knowledge through step-by-step, in-the-field instruction. Each session is broken down into different aspects of subject matter. Examples are shown and explained. Walking a location in Santa Fe, Long is at your side pointing out countless photographic possibilities. Investigate perspective, light and shadow elements, details, motion, street portraiture, abstraction and more. All classes meet on location. All levels of experience are welcome. Friday, Apr. 13, 4 wks., 1:30 to 4 p.m. Course #PH367 01/CRN 30910 Michael Long, Fee $99

SOUTHWEST EXPLORATIONS

Travel near or far for a wonderful exploration of the Southwest. We also teach about the region in a classroom, where we look at ancient and contemporary cultures.

NEW! Chimayo: Stories of Faith & Art

Join us for a full-day outing to the village of Chimayo to experience the art, faith and history of a unique New Mexico landmark. We will hear stories of Chimayo, taste Chimayo chile powders with Carlos Medina, and create your own tin work with Sharon Candelario of the Medina Gallery. Your tour will include a visit to the Santuario de Chimayo, Santo Niño Chapel, various craft shops and Ortega’s Weavers. You also have the option to attend Mass in the Santuario at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Apr. 18, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Course #SW413 01/CRN 31310 Thomas Gallegos, Fee $99

NEW! Geology of Santa Fe

Discover the surprisingly varied geology of Santa Fe during this one day outing, including a two-mile hike near the Santa Fe Canyon Preserve. Observe many of the rock units that are exposed along the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. These rocks include ancient PreCambrian granite and metamorphic rocks, capped by ocean deposits rich with fossil crinoids and brachiopods. Several road stops will be made while traveling south to north across the city, featuring exposures of sedimentary and volcanic rocks that reveal the beginning formation of the Rio Grande Rift in northern New Mexico. We will also have a discussion on Santa Fe’s groundwater situation (present and future) and observe volcanic ash deposits from the Valles Caldera eruption 1.25 million years ago. Participants should bring appropriate hiking attire, picnic lunches and water. Friday, Mar. 16, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #SW387 01/CRN 31253 Kirt Kempter, Fee $119

Ecology of the Santa Fe Mountains

Within a short distance of the Plaza lies a great variety of habitats and plant communities. In this mostly downhill hike of 7.5 miles, we examine vegetation gradients, the evolution of ecosystems, the interplay between geography and climate, microclimates, and how individual flora and fauna have adapted to various environmental conditions. Geologic processes, animal tracks, and plant and bird identification illustrate the details of the various habitats visited. Participants arrange for their own transportation. Saturday, May 12, 1 day, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #SW307 01/CRN 31307 William Neuwirth, Fee $79

Introduction to Fly-Fishing

Let’s go fishing! Fly-fishing is a relaxing and artful pastime that can appear daunting to the new angler. All day classes will take place on nearby rivers and lakes such as Pecos, Rio Grande, Santa Cruz lake and others. On-the-water instruction covers entomology, fly selection, rigs, holding water, wading safety, etiquette on the river and techniques. Students need a fishing license and equipment; both are available for purchase or rent during the first class. Special rental prices for students will be offered by The Reel Life. Saturday, Mar. 31, 5 wks., 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Course #SW338 01/CRN 30582 The Reel Life, Fee $199

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Seasonal Wildflower Identification

Would you like to have the tools and skills to identify nearly every native plant in our area? This class guides you through the concepts and terms necessary to successfully negotiate an identification key. An introductory classroom session familiarizes you with the botanical basics of flower anatomy. Hit the field on the weekend and visit several different habitats. You are guided through the steps in the key to build your ability to know the wildflowers of the area. The half-day session involves easy hiking. Please bring your own magnifying glass and small ruler. 2 Sessions: Thursday, May 3, 6 to 9 p.m.; and Saturday, May 5, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Course #SW345 01/CRN 30580 William Neuwirth, Fee $69

Geologic Hike at the Ojito Wilderness Area

The Ojito Wilderness Area is a unique geologic landscape within an hour’s drive from both Santa Fe and Albuquerque. On this journey you will explore on foot the spectacular San Ysidro anticline, where Mesozoic rock layers have been folded into a dome structure, the core of which has been breached by erosion, exposing a variety of tilted, colorful rocks. A circular hike of approximately 4 miles takes you into the anticline and back along its eastern edge. The elevation gain/loss on the hike is approximately 500 feet. Bring appropriate hiking attire, picnic lunch and water. Hiking poles are recommended. Kirt Kempter, Ph.D. is a local geologist who provides tours around the world for the Smithsonian and National Geographic. Friday, Mar. 9, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #SW362 1/CRN 30902 Kirt Kempter, Fee $119

Hiking into Antiquity: Posi-Owinge

Posi Owinge, the largest ancient village located along the Rio Ojo Caliente, dates to 1350-1550 CE. Dr. Martha Yates leads this 2-mile round trip hike introducing class participants to the villages, kivas, plazas, mounded room blocks, pottery and tools. Spend time in the ancient village and walk the agricultural fields of the ancestral pueblo people to learn about their farming techniques. The trail is moderately steep for the first 10 minutes; after that it is an easy to moderate hike. Sunday, Apr. 8, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Course #SW363 01/CRN 31252 Martha Yates, Fee $69, Entrance fee $25

Hiking Antiquity: Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Site

This one-mile round trip hike led by Dr. Martha Yates takes the class through one of the most stunning petroglyph sites in New Mexico, famous for its shield figures, many flute-playing animals, water snakes and Spanish crosses from the historic period. Visit the Wells Petroglyph Preserve owned by the Archaeological Conservancy. At only 156-acres, this portion of the Mesa contains more than 9,000 petroglyphs dating from Archaic (2,000 - 5,000 years old) to modern times. For the last 24 years, the Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project, a non-profit with numerous national awards for its work, has been helping to preserve the Mesa’s cultural heritage. Over 45,000 images of the estimated 80,000 on the Mesa have now been recorded by the Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project. Saturday, Mar. 24, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Course #SW367 01/CRN 30945 Martha Yates, Fee $99

Chaco Canyon: One Day

This World Heritage Site and national park hosts a complex of buildings that reflect a knowledge of celestial relationships. This one-day journey gives you firsthand experience of the beauty, precision and intricacy of several Great Houses. Walk through most of the architecture of “downtown Chaco,” as well as Una Vida. Many sites in the canyon align to the solar standstill, and Pueblo stories can provide illumination on the worldview still living in the stones. Students will travel in a college van. Bring your own lunch, snacks and plenty of water. Saturday, Apr. 7, 1 day, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Course #SW368 01/CRN 31308 William Neuwirth, Fee $149 Saturday, Apr. 21, 1 day, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Course #SW368 02/CRN 31309 William Neuwirth, Fee $149

Pecos and Glorieta, Including a Greer Garson House Tour

We will drive along the Old Santa Fe Trail through the site of the Civil War Battle of Glorieta to tour the Pecos National Historic Park. We will take a scenic 20-mile drive along the Pecos River for a picnic lunch at Jack’s Campground at the edge of the Pecos Wilderness with stunning views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain

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NEW! Geology of the Los Alamos Area

The town of Los Alamos, situated on the Pajarito Plateau at the eastern base of the Jemez Mountains, reveals some of the most spectacular volcanic geology in New Mexico. This one-day field excursion will visit important road outcrops and canyon vistas that help reveal the geologic story specific to the Los Alamos area over the past 5 million years. Topics to be addressed include the origin of Sierra de los Valles; rocks of the Pajarito Plateau; faults - past, present and future; and what the Bandelier Tuff exposures around Los Alamos tell us about the Valles Caldera eruption. An easy to moderate hike of 2.5 miles round-trip will be included, exploring rocks and faults in Rendija Canyon. Participants are asked to bring adequate water, hiking gear and their own lunches. Friday, Apr. 27, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #SW379 01/CRN 31254 Kirt Kempter, Fee $119

Geology of El Rito and the North Rim of Copper Canyon

Explore the beautiful scenery of the El Rito area with geologist Kirt Kempter. Located at the boundary of the Rio Grande Rift and the Colorado Plateau, the rock units near El Rito reveal a fascinating tale of landscape evolution through time. The tour highlight is a 2-mile roundtrip hike (easy to moderate) on an old logging road to a spectacular overlook of Copper Canyon, a large canyon on the western rim of the Colorado Plateau. The panorama includes the Chama Valley, Cerro Pedernal, northern Jemez Mountains and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Friday, May 4, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #SW382 01/CRN 30563 Kirt Kempter, Fee $119

NEW! Geology of Abiquiu

Explore the geologic story behind the landscape that so fascinated Georgia O’Keeffe near her home in Abiquiu. Complete a moderate two-mile hike through the Abiquiu Formation, which inspired several of O’Keeffe’s paintings. Bizarre and captivating rock formations adorn the white cliffs in this intimate canyon. Following your morning hike, explore the eastern edge of the Colorado Plateau where dinosaur-age rocks ring the panoramic Piedra Lumbre. En route back to Santa Fe,

enjoy highway stops to appreciate scenic vistas along the Rio Chama and to learn more about how the Abiquiu landscape evolved over geologic time. Time permitting, you will also visit Poshuoinge, a large pueblo ruin overlooking the Rio Chama just a few miles east of Abiquiu. Bring appropriate hiking attire, picnic lunch, and water. Sunday, Mar. 11, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #SW403 01/CRN 31359 Kirt Kempter, Fee $119

Los Alamos: Secret City of the Manhattan Project

The Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb and end World War II is a key chapter in modern American history. Join a scenic drive to the secret city of Los Alamos to explore the Los Alamos Historical Museum, Fuller Lodge and the Bradbury Science Museum. We will also meet with Marian Naranjo of Santa Clara Pueblo to learn of the health effects of the Lab on neighboring communities. Wednesday, Apr. 11, 1 day, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Course #SW412 01/CRN 31349 Thomas Gallegos, Fee $99

NEW! Abiquiu & Ghost Ranch for Art Lovers

This special full-day tour will focus on the landscape and culture that has inspired artists and art lovers. Experience art where it happens in the studios and natural environment of the artists of the Abiquiu Art Project who stepped through the immense door Georgia O’Keeffe opened not so long ago. We will stop at the White Place and then visit Ghost Ranch where O’Keeffe first lived in New Mexico. After lunch on your own at the Abiquiu Inn, Teresa Toole will escort us to the private studios of: Doug Coffin, sculpture & jewelry focused on the Spiritual art of native peoples; Debra Fritts, the figure in ceramic and other sculpture in relation to nature and the spiritual world; Joseph Hall, unique jewelry and small-scale sculptures using unusual metals and materials; Walter Nelson, visual arts through photography, painting and sculpture; Frank Shelton, paintings and mixed medias that evoke passion, emotion and expression. Saturday, Apr. 28, 1 day, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #SW414 01/CRN 31311 Thomas Gallegos, Fee $99

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Santa Fe Aquatic Club is designed for United States Of America (USA) Swimming team members. Participant age range is from 6 to 18 years. The team will compete with other teams in swim meets within New Mexico. Students must be members of USA Swimming in addition to the course fee. No class Mar. 16, 20, 23 and 30. Monday, Thursday, and Friday, 4 to 5:45 p.m., Tomas Duran Jan. 8, 18 wks., Course #KS352 01/CRN 30599 — Fee $339 Jan. 8, 10 wks., Course #KS352 02/CRN 30625 — Fee $179 Mar. 26, 8 wks., Course #KS352 03/CRN 30736 — Fee $179

RED CROSS SWIMMING

We are proud to provide high-quality kids’ swim classes from the American Red Cross organization’s “Learn-to-Swim” Program. The previous course names have been changed to conform to the new American Red Cross names. After the first class, swimmers may be viewed from the lobbies on the first or second floors of the Fitness Center, not the pool deck. Review our policy on lightning storms and pool use.

Red Cross Pre-School Aquatics (Ages 3 to 5) — Formerly Red Cross Level One Swimming

The preschool swim program is a two-level water adjustment and pre-swim program that helps develop skills in children 3 to 5 years old. The child must be ready to enter a group swimming program on his or her own. SFCC has assembled a dynamic team of instructors for this program. No on Mar. 24, 25, 31 and Apr. 1. Saturday, 6 wks., 9:20 to 10 a.m. Sunday, 6 wks., 12:15 to 12:55 p.m. Jan. 27 — Course #KS353 01/CRN 30564 Jan. 28 — Course #KS353 03/CRN 30885 Mar. 1 — Course #KS353 02/CRN 30565 Mar. 11 — Course #KS353 04/CRN 30886s Erick Druva, Fee $109 Kristian Gebhart, Fee $109

Red Cross Level One Swimming (Ages 6 to 13) — Formerly Red Cross Level Two Swimming

Make a splash in the pools at SFCC and enjoy a safe environment with our lifeguards. Beginning swimmers are grouped by ability to ensure that they receive the quality instruction at their particular skill level. Classes are generally limited to seven students per instructor. No class on Mar. 24, 25, 31 and Apr. 1. Saturday, 6 wks., 10:10 to 10:50 a.m. Sunday, 6 wks., 1 to 1:40 p.m. Jan. 27 — Course #KS354 01/CRN 30566 Jan. 28 — Course #KS354 03/CRN 30900 Mar. 10 — Course #KS354 02/CRN 30567 Mar. 11 — Course #KS354 04/CRN 30901 Erick Druva, Fee $109 Kristian Gebhart, Fee $109

Red Cross Level Two Swimming (Ages 6 to 13) — Formerly Red Cross Level Three Swimming Enjoy a safe environment with our lifeguards-instructors. Swimmers should be able to swim at least one-third of a lap in order to register for this class. Advanced swimmers are grouped by ability to ensure that they receive quality instruction. Class sizes are generally about seven students per instructor. Saturday, 6 wks., 11 to 11:40 a.m. Jan. 27 — Course #KS362 01/CRN 30568 Erick Druva, Fee $109

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

NEW! Alcohol Make-Up Injury Effects and Dirt

Business and Professional Skills If you are interested in updating your work skills and making yourself more marketable in this ever-changing economy, these classes are for you.

NEW! Make-Up Artistry Series

In this series of five day-long workshops, learn the basic concepts of foundations, color, glamour and special effects make-up and participate in hands-on practical application of make-up for models and actors. Classes are designed in a stackable skills format with each class providing the basic skills platform leading to the next class. Classes can be taken as a series in the order presented below, or as single classes. IATSE 480 union film professionals will teach all classes. You may start at the beginning of the series and complete as many classes as you desire. Earn a certificate upon satisfactory completion of the entire series of classes. Students need to purchase approximately $50 worth of supplies that will be used in every class.

NEW! High Fashion Make-Up

Designed to instruct students in high fashion beauty and fantasy make-up. This class is excellent for anyone who is interested in learning how to apply make-up professionally, for healthcare workers who assist elderly clients and those exploring careers in theater, fashion and film make-up application. Sunday, Feb. 18, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Course #BP443 01/CRN 31350 Kathleen Douthit, Fee $199

NEW! Air Brush Make-up and Covering Tattoos

Designed to teach students to use alcohol based make-up to create realistic injury and dirt effects. Sunday, Mar. 18, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Course #BP445 01/CRN 31352 Kathleen Douthit, Fee $159

NEW! Bald Caps

Designed to cover hair on the head to appear bald or prepare for special make-ups such as an alien or sick effect. Sunday, Apr. 8, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Course #BP446 01/CRN 31353 Kathleen Douthit, Fee $199

NEW! 3D Silicone Transfers and Injury Effects

Designed to learn today’s methods used to create realistic injury effects and tattoos for film and television. Sunday, Apr. 22, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Course #BP447 01/CRN 31354 Kathleen Douthit, Fee $199

Learn how to perform professional beauty make-up techniques using an air compressor and airbrush gun. Class provides professional instruction in covering body tattoos with various make-up industry products. Designed to provide make-up artists and individuals with quick and accurate corrective, beauty, and high fashion make-up for film, television, print, weddings and special events. Sunday, Mar. 4, 1 day, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Course #BP444 01/CRN 31351 Kathleen Douthit, Fee $179

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Learn how to use your iPhone for more than phone calls. Get tips on basic setup and syncing through iCloud, along with an explanation of how the various tools like Contacts, Mail and Calendars fit together. Hear suggestions for saving money on data consumption and extending battery life. Find out about useful apps and how you can configure your screen to personalize your experience. Friday, Apr. 6, 2 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #BP359 01/CRN 30958 Jason Goodyear, Fee $79

Social Enterprise

In this introduction to Social Enterprise you’ll learn the defining characteristics of a social entrepreneur, understand the varied definitions of social enterprise, the difference between social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship, the ways in which social entrepreneurship differs from charitable nonprofits and an understanding of SROI: Social Return on Investment in planning a social enterprise. Clarify your own passion to align your mission and values with your ideas for a social enterprise. Exploring case studies of international social enterprises, you will be inspired to apply knowledge and skills in a fun Napkin Business Plan competition as a final project. Thursday, Apr. 5, 4 wks., 6 to 8 p.m. Course #BP463 01/CRN 31238 Vicki Pozzebon, Fee $129

NEW! BIG: Bold Innovation for Good Workshop

Think you’re a social entrepreneur? Think you’re doing business for good in the community? Have a great idea but no idea where or how to begin? Want to grow your social enterprise? Feeling stuck but passionate? In this three session retreat-style workshop we will go BIG together on Bold, Innovation for Good, and you’ll get clear on your socially responsible business or nonprofit plans and how to be a community leader through your work. To make your ideas tangible you must venture into bold territories. Uncovering your story, discovering what motivates you and mapping where you want to go all require connecting to yourself and your passions. You’ll be working, playing, sharing, exploring, building community, while you uncover what’s BIG for you. You will be guided through innovative and creative sessions to transform your passions into action. Bring your best

and worst ideas, your willingness to be open and go deep, your creativity and thoughtfulness and you’ll get peer-to-peer sharing in a community of practice with personal and professional transformation. Bring your lunch to all-day Saturday session. 3 sessions: Friday, Jan. 26, 3 to 6 p.m.; Saturday, Jan. 27, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, Jan. 28, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Course #BP464 01/CRN 31237 Vicki Pozzebon, Fee $249

NEW! Plan, Organize and Host Events Like a Pro

Most likely, event planning isn’t your primary job. Somehow, the responsibility just landed in your lap. And now, it’s up to you to bring it all together to create the memorable occasion. The truth is, there’s nothing magical about putting on a well-run professional gathering. Being organized, doing the right things at the right time and understanding a few key strategies will lead to success. You’ll discover the inside track and gain the confidence you need to pull everything off like a pro. Saturday, Feb. 17, 3 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #BP470 01/CRN 31377 Katherine Fox Ehlert, Fee $59

NEW! New Collar Jobs for Industry 4.0

In SFCC’s Future Fab Lab, learn about the opportunities available in Smart Manufacturing using NEW Collar Job Skills. You will be introduced to digital manufacturing technologies utilized in Industry 4.0, New Collar Jobs Skills needed to get these New types of jobs, and training programs that will be available at SFCC and online. Equipment in SFCC’s Future Fab Lab including 3D Printers will be demonstrated. Thursday, Feb. 22, 1 day, 6 to 8 p.m. Course #BP471 01/CRN 31386 Sarah Boisvert, Fee $49

NEW! Introduction to 3D Printing

In SFCC’s Future Fab Lab, learn the fundamental principles of 3D printing and print your own design in this two-day workshop. You will be introduced to sourcing and downloading design files, CAD design, overview of 3D printing technologies, setting up and operating 3D printer and post-processing. Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1 day, 6 to 8 p.m. Course #BP472 01/CRN 31388 Sarah Boisvert, Fee $49

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Computers for the Inexperienced Basic Computers

Are you feeling that computer technology has passed you by? Afraid that a standard computer course will go too fast? This course covers the basics of the personal computer system. Learn why, and if, you need to upgrade your computer or purchase a new one. Topics include the difference between hard drives, flash drives, DVDs and other technology. This class is the perfect foundation for your next class: Basic Windows. No prior computer experience is required. Monday and Wednesday, Feb. 5, 3 days. 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #CPS301 01/CRN 31291 Janet Olojo, Fee $79

Basic Windows

Now that you have mastered the basics of the personal computer, find out about the operating system behind the scenes. This hands-on course focuses on navigating the Windows 7 environment. Learn how to customize and manage your desktop; use desktop icons and shortcuts, create new folders, learn file management and finally become skilled at backing up your data safely. This course is for individuals with little or no prior experience. Windows XP users are welcome. Monday and Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2 wks., 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #CPS303 01/CRN 31292 Janet Olojo, Fee $109

Exploring the Internet and Email

Although the Internet can be intimidating, this course is geared specifically toward PC users, showing you how much fun the Internet can be. Learn the basics of the Internet and get hands-on experience surfing the Web and learning how to perform online searches and use email. Participants should have some basic computer knowledge. Monday and Wednesday, Apr. 9, 2 wks., 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #CPS302 01/CRN 31294 Janet Olojo, Fee $109

Computers Skills Word I

This course provides an introduction to Microsoft’s word-processing program. It covers important Microsoft Word fundamentals, including creating a document and saving it, using toolbars and the ruler bar and moving around within a document. Students should be familiar with the Windows environment. Monday and Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2 wks., 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #CPS305 01/CRN 31293 Janet Olojo, Fee $109

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This course builds on the skills developed in Microsoft Word Level I. Learn more advanced features like columns, mail merge, headers, footers and templates. Students should be familiar with the Windows environment and have completed Word I. Monday and Wednesday, Mar. 26, 2 wks., 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #CPS304 01/CRN 31304 Janet Olojo, Fee $79

Basic Excel, One Day

Ever thought of Excel as daunting and confusing? Learn how to create your next mailing or party list using Excel as a database. Make working with numbers a pleasure instead of a chore by using Excel tools such as auto sum, auto fill and auto calculate functions. Master formatting techniques using toolbars and shortcuts to create professional looking workbooks. Saturday, Mar. 17, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Course #CPS308 0/CRN 30956 Teresa Roybal, Fee $99

Computer Classes for Digital Imaging Photoshop for Beginners

This hands-on course gives you a thorough overview of the almost limitless possibilities of Adobe Photoshop, the premier image-editing program. Topics include basic commands, image adjustments and enhancements, layers, special effects, selections, cropping and saving images for the web and email. Photoshop has many uses: marketing and business materials, restoring and retouching photographs and fine art imaging are just a few. Basic Mac or PC skills are required. Wednesday, Jan. 31, 3 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #CPI350 01/CRN 30597 Steven Walenta, Fee $99 Saturday, Apr. 7, 3 wks., 1 to 4 p.m. Course #CPI350 02/CRN 31244 LeAnne Summers, Fee $99

Basic Excel

Whether you are running your household and need to create a simple budget or are running a small business, Excel helps you automate your tasks. Beginners are welcome. In this slow-paced class you will learn simple spreadsheet techniques, entering, editing and saving data. Learn the toolbars, create mailing lists and learn to use Excel’s many automated, time-saving tools. Monday and Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2 wks., 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #CPS308 01/CRN 31295 Janet Olojo, Fee $109

Excel II

Build on your basic knowledge of Excel in this slow-paced class to increase your productivity and to save you time. Learn to create a professional looking spreadsheet, construct advanced formulas, design charts and graphs with a simple click, print large spreadsheets and more. Excel I or basic Excel skills recommended. Monday and Wednesday, May 7, 2 wks., 1 to 3:30 p.m. Course #CPS309 01/CRN 31296 Janet Olojo, Fee $109

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom software helps you bring out the best in your photographs, whether you’re perfecting one image, searching for ten, processing hundreds or organizing thousands. Create incredible images that move your audience. Experiment with state-of-the-art nondestructive editing tools. Easily manage all your images and showcase your work in elegant print layouts, slideshows, web galleries and online photo-sharing sites. Get just the look you want from every shot with state-of-the art image processing tools that let you easily alter contrast, tune color, convert to black-and-white, add grain, reduce noise, adjust sharpness and more. Wednesday, Apr. 25, 3 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #CPI353 01/CRN 30951 Steven Walenta, Fee $99

NEW! Creating the Photographic Book, Start to Finish

Learn how to edit, sequence and lay out a book project using the book-making software, Blurb Book Smart. The course will include: matching your digital images to a book design, developing a theme from your digital images, learn layout options, image control including contrast, color correction and sharpening. Learn to choose images that contribute aesthetically to a page layout and create the cover. Each student needs to bring their laptop computer and 20 digital images for your personal project. Four Sessions: Tuesday and Thursday, May 1, 3 and 8, 6 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, May 5, Noon to 5 p.m. Course #CPI370 01/CRN 31376 Linda Wasko, Fee $129

Computer Classes for the Mac Sometimes, learning on a new device can be challenging. If you are switching from a PC to a Mac, these classes can help ease the transition. And if a Mac is your first computer, you’ll learn to love it.

Learn to Love a Mac: Introduction

Swore you’d never try a Mac? Try this class out for an introduction to the Mac computer and its current OSX operating system. It covers the standard software programs and all the basics, including using the mouse, the keyboard menus and shortcuts, the desktop and finder features; file management; opening applications and documents, printing, customizing and using the Internet and basic email protocol. This course is for individuals with little or no knowledge of the Mac. Friday, Jan. 19, 2 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #CPM348 01/CRN 30952 Steven Walenta, Fee $79

Love Your Mac Even More

This is a longer course than “Love a Mac,” with the opportunity to try things at home between classes. All the material in “Love a Mac” is covered and basic Mac operating system concepts are introduced. Practical concerns, including file management, different hardware configurations and networking will be addressed. Learn how to print your own font list, install and manage your fonts, basic troubleshooting and other useful tips and tricks. Friday, Feb. 2, 4 wks., 9 a.m. to noon Course #CPM349 0/CRN 30957 Jason Goodyear, Fee $159

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Search Engine Optimization

In this new series of online classes, learn skills that are in demand in today’s business and non-profit companies.

NEW! Detect Fake News: Search Online Like a Pro

Optimize your website’s presence by integrating best practices for Search Engine indexing. Learn the components and criteria that search engines use to assess your site including keywords, permalinks (slugs) and the importance of well-crafted content in this introduction course. Monday, Apr. 9, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., 1 day. Course #CPW400 01/CRN 31405 Robin Kunz, Fee $59

NEW! In this series of online classes, learn skills that are in demand in today’s business and non-profit organizations. NEW! Introduction to Social Media Basics Do you wonder if what you’re reading on the internet is true? Want to bring out your inner super sleuth? Learn valuable skills designed to enrich your online search experience including website evaluation, fake news detection, advanced search techniques for Google and more. Master a variety of specialized resources freely available online. A basic familiarity with computers and using the Internet is recommended. Saturday, Apr. 21, 1 day, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Course # CPW 360 01/CRN 31324 Sarah Hood, Fee $29

Introduces the basics of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. Topics include audience, purpose, demographics, image creation in Canvas and Pic Monkey, obtaining and using stock images, review of successful social media campaigns and evaluation tools available, and management tools such as Hootsuite, Sproutsocial, Buffer, and Facebook scheduling. Offered: Online (Canvas). Tuesday, Jan. 16, 4 wks., Web Course #CPW406 01/CRN 31374 Kendra Ratcliffe-Arnold, Fee $99

NEW! Social Media Basics Optimize Images for the Web

Learn how to maximize your web presence by optimizing your images for any social channel you use: website, social media, and emails. Learn appropriate file types, understand dimensional size vs storage size, how to convert images for web and for print, how to crop images for your channel’s specifications. Instruction includes hands-on demos using tools available with Adobe graphic applications as well as applications available on line. Monday, Mar. 12, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., 1 day. Course #CPW405 01/CRN 31406 Robin Kunz, Fee $39

Develop your skills using the social media platforms of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Pinterest and introduces blogging. Topics include successful social media campaigning, optimum scheduling, third-party scheduling, advertising, boost posting, Google analytics and social media integration with websites. Create and utilize a WordPress site. Offered: Online (Canvas). Monday, Feb. 12, 4 wks., Web Course #CPW407 01/CRN 31375 Kendra Ratcliffe-Arnold, Fee $99

NEW! Applying Social Media Techniques I

Manage personal and business social media platforms and design campaigns that consider demographics, analytics, and efficiency. Prepare for industry recognized exams that test your skills for the job market. Offered: Online (Canvas). Monday, Mar. 5, 4 wks., Web Course #CPW408 01/CRN 31379 Kendra Ratcliffe-Arnold, Fee $99

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A capstone course in social media techniques. Create professional business social media platforms and design campaigns that consider demographics, analytics and efficiency. Build a professional portfolio to prepare for the job market. Offered: Online (Canvas). Wednesday, Apr. 4, 4 wks., Web Course #CPW409 01/CRN 31380 Kendra Ratcliffe-Arnold, Fee $99

NEW! Copyright Media and Society

Exploration of national and global socio-economics as they apply to copyright, trademark, creative commons and ethical considerations in the current world of internet media. Topics include the principles of communications, ethics, law and the internet. Case studies are discussed to review current judicial decisions and the trends that are affecting the entertainment and news industries in the United States. Offered: Online (Canvas). Tuesday, Jan. 16, 18 wks., Web Course #CPW410 01/CRN 31381 Talia Kosh, Fee $159

NEW! Women Make Media

This class is designed for anyone studying about women in filmmaking. The class focuses on directing, producing, shooting and editing using mobile media technology. Students in the class will work individually to create small films. Classes are designed to create media literacy pertaining to female focused subjects, the history of women in cinema and create feminine voice through altruism. Offered: Online (Canvas). Monday, Jan. 29, 16 wks., Web Course #CPW411 01/CRN 31382 Monique Anair, Fee $159

NEW! Screenwriting I

An introduction to writing scripts for media and film. Students are introduced to narrative film structure and will produce a short script. Offered: Online (Canvas). Monday, Jan. 29, 16 wks., Web Course #CPW412 01/CRN 31383 Scott Milder, Fee $159

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Pharmacy Technician

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Learn how to be an effective manager or supervisor by developing leadership skills that can help you gain the respect and admiration of others, while also allowing you to enjoy success in your career. You will also learn how to master the basics of business and organizations, the people skills required to motivate and delegate, the tools for solving problems and resolving conflicts, and the basics of communicating effectively Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Billing and Coding

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Course material provides an in-depth look at the Six Sigma Black Belt DMAIC problem-solving methodology, as well as deployment and project development approaches. Project Management

Learn the skills to be a successful Freight–Load Broker Agent. Tutorials and projects will teach the you the practical application of Freight Broker skills. This program will prepare you to be successful in the fast growing paralegal career field. The paralegal training program includes free access to the official NALA Campus certification exam prep and Westlaw.

Gain a solid introduction to the understanding of project management and comply with the minimum 35 hours of training as required by the Project Management Institute (PMI) before taking the

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Kathy Adelsheim has an M.A. in Education and has been teaching adults for many years, including here in Santa Fe at RENESAN. She returned to Bridge herself four years ago and is passionate about the game.

Monique Anair began her film career in Boston, MA as a make-up artist before moving to Los Angeles to become a motion picture camera technician and cinematographer. She taught at the College of Santa Fe before joining the faculty at SFCC in 2008. She has worked for inclusion of women and minorities in the film industry through Behind the Lens, Women in Film and the University Film and Video Association. Melinda Baker has more than 25 years’ experience providing motivation and encouragement to children and adults to discover greater creativity and confidence. Nancy Bennett is an NRA certified firearms instructor affiliated with the U.S. Concealed Carry Association and approved by the New Mexico State Police. She is also co-owner of Shooting Stars, a firearms training company. Maria Bustamante Bernal is an SFCC Chef and Culinary Arts Instructor.

Sherry Bishop was co-owner and creative director of Bandelier Designs, a local manufacturer of recycled paper products made for the gift and stationery industry. For the past 25 years, she has taught Calligraphy and Bookmaking to both children and adults. Currently, she is writing a book on Creativity, Calligraphy and Handwriting. Sarah Boisvert has more than 30 years experience in the design, development, and commercialization of high technology products utilizing Digital Fabrication. She is the founder of the Fab Lab Hub, an MIT-based Fab Lab Network non-profit. She is bringing the Future Fab Lab to SFCC’s campus. Sarah also co-founded the commercial division and is the former Chief 3D Printing Officer of Potomac Photonics, Inc. of Lanham, MD. James (Ted) Bolleter is SFCC’s Aquatics Supervisor and helps coordinate the kids’ swimming program for Continuing Education. Amanda Bramble runs the Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center in the Madrid area. Ward Brinegar is Belinda Jentzen’s dance partner. They have competed across the country in the United Country Western Dance Council competition and have won three consecutive World Championships in the Silver Division.

published poet.

Chelsea Bunn has an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Hunter College. She is an experienced educator and is an award-winning

Julia Cairns is an artist and illustrator who lived for many years in Africa. She has illustrated eleven books for children, two of which have been translated into over twenty languages. Cairns has taught many workshops and enjoys sharing her wealth of experience. Lauren Camp has been on both sides of the desk — as a magazine editor and longtime freelance writer. Her work has been published in Ms., Food & Wine, and numerous other publications. She can also be heard on KSFR. Iliana Carrillo is a senior art clay instructor certified by Art Clay World U.S.A. and a certified artisan through the Precious Metal Clay National Guild. Carol Christianson, M.A., LPC, CHT is a certified counselor and hypnotherapist in private practice. Craig Coffman has an M.Div. degree from Western Seminary. He has been an instructor of Instant Piano for over 20 years.

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Kathleen Douthit, a licensed cosmetologist since 1981, trained in professional make-up in Los Angeles, CA, and worked on television productions “Tale From the Darkside,” “Twin Peaks” and the HBO miniseries “Grand Avenue.” She has worked on over 50 film and television productions, television commercials and print ads in New Mexico and California. Alma Dreyer is a Spanish and German teacher with nine years of international experience teaching university students, adults and children. She specializes in Dramain-Education for language learning. She has an M.A. in Spanish and German Philology and Iberian and Latin American History from the University of Cologne, Germany. Tomas Duran is an assistant professor at SFCC teaching aquatics and a coach for the Santa Fe Aquatics Club Swim Team. Erick Druva is a public school teacher and has been teaching swimming for most of his life. Reverie de Escobedo is a retired bi-lingual educator from the Santa Fe Public Schools. She served as a translator for SFPS and for the House Rules Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature, for Berlitz and for the City of Chicago Health Department. Sean Fairbridge is a clay artist. He teaches for Santa Fe Clay and maintains his own studio. Katherine Fox Ehlert, MM, CMP, teaches Customer Relations as Instructor and Coordinator of the SFCC Hospitality & Tourism Program. As a hospitality and tourism expert, she has spoken at National and International Hospitality conferences in Las Vegas, Chicago, Dallas and Geneva, Switzerland.

Gerald Friedman earned a Ph.D. and M.S. in Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is a Math and Physics instructor at SFCC. He also speaks Spanish and is a published poet. Marvin Gabaldon is a bead work artist from the pueblos of Acoma, Taos and Ohkay Owingeh. He was introduced to the art of bead work from his mother when he was 10 years old; he has been beading for over 35 years. He enjoys sewing in applique, peyote stitch and especially looming. Richard Gabriel is a practicing tin artist whose work is available in many museum and gift shops around New Mexico. He is also an award-winning exhibitor at Spanish Market. Tom Gallegos provides tours throughout northern New Mexico helping visitors experience Santa Fe, native Pueblos, Spanish villages and unique cuisine. He leads tours for Adventure Partners and is awaiting publication of his first novel, “Secrets to Tell” on the early years of the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos. He holds Master’s degrees from Arizona State University and the University of Kansas. Kristian Gebhart is a life guard and water safety instructor at SFCC.

Kevin Gorges has studied art in the U.S. and abroad and has taught in Ireland and Italy. Currently he teaches at SFCC. Annette Groenfeldt has been teaching the Alexander Technique since 1988. Gordon Hall is an avid pickle ball player and likes to share his enthusiasm for the game with others. Elizabeth Harris has been teaching sewing at SFCC for over 15 years. Amanda Hatherly is a Certified Food for Life instructor through the Physicians’ Committee for Responsible Medicine. She has a certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University and successfully completed the Plant Based Professional Certification through Rouxbe Cooking School. She is also Director of SFCC’s Center of Excellence for Green Building and Energy Efficiency and New Mexico Energy Smart Academy. Art Herlihy is in his fifth year of teaching economics and finance classes at SFCC. His professional career experience has included work as a health care economist, as well as commercial, venture capital and Wall Street financial careers. He also teaches swimming and skiing. Sarah Hood has a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of South Carolina and is Reference and Instruction Librarian at SFCC.

Jason Goodyear is a media composer, musician, sound artist and educator who works with new music and communication technologies and has been teaching at SFCC in Continuing Education for over 10 years.

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Kirk Kempter, Ph.D., is a local geologist who provides tours around the world for the Smithsonian and National Geographic. Vlad King has been teaching tennis to adults and youth in Santa Fe for many years. Robin Kunz has been a professional designer for more than 20 years. She holds a B.F.A. from Parsons School of Design, NYC, and an A.A.S. in Media Arts/Web, from SFCC. Since 2010 she has been an instructor with SFCC, helping develop the curriculum for the Media Arts web program. Thomas Lehn received his B.F.A. from San Francisco State University and his M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He is an artist, interior/furniture designer and maker whose roots are in interdisciplinary solutions. He currently teaches at Santa Fe University of Art and Design.

Patricia Lerner, originally from Lima, Peru, has been teaching Spanish in Santa Fe for 15 years. Her teaching style encompasses lots of practice so the student can integrate the theory learned. Aaron Leventman received an M.F.A. from Columbia University’s Graduate School for Film where his thesis screenplay was given a professional reading at the Union Square Theatre in Manhattan. He was the Head of Programming for the Santa Fe Film Festival, a programming consultant for the Albuquerque Film and Music Experience and the Producer for the Bioneers Moving Image Festival. He’s also a working actor who has performed with most of the theatre companies in Santa Fe. Michael Long has an M.F.A. from the University of Colorado. Long has taught workshops in both art and photography in Austin, Boulder and Santa Fe. Laura LoTurco-Gorian has an M.F.A. in Visual Essay from the School of Visual Arts. Catherine Louisell is a massage therapist and movement specialist. Andrew Lovato has been teaching guitar to Santa Fe youth and adults for 30 years. Formerly a professor at the College of Santa Fe, he is now an Assistant Professor at SFCC.

Jacqueline Mallegni creates mixed media minimalist sculpture with a focus on the concept of “the spaces between” exploring the perception of a landscape. What is it we, as humans, choose to see. The spaces between us and them, inside and outside; the space between contemplation and chaos. The intention is to evoke a sense of place and one’s relationship to that place. Miquela Martinez is a fitness instructor with a B.S. in Exercise Science and an M.S. in Physical Education from UNM. She holds a personal training certification through the American Council of Exercise. Kathleen Mariel has a B.A. from Temple University, studied at Aix-Marseille Universitee SCEFEE and completed the SFCC Teacher Academy. She is fluent in French and teaches at the Academy for Technology and the Classics Charter School. Fernando Mayans oversees the Spanish language program in Continuing Education at SFCC and is a native of Uruguay. He teaches advanced Spanish classes as well as being a translator for the Santa Fe Opera. Michael Allen McGuire is a professional fine artist and illustrator residing in Santa Fe. McGuire has taught for Media Arts and in Continuing Education for 15 years. His artwork can be seen at www. facebook.com/michaelallenmcguire.

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Belinda Jentzen is Ward Brinegar’s dance partner. They have competed across the country in the United Country Western Dance Council competition and have won three consecutive World Championships in the Silver Division.

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Scott Milder, a native of Los Alamos, is an award-winning short film writer and has developed screenplays with Hollywood and independent production companies including Kopelsen Entertainment and Lin Pictures. He also wrote, directed and produced an independent feature film, Dead Billy, released in 2017. He has a B.A. from UNM and an M.F.A. in Screenwriting from Boston University. Carol Miseo-Hardin is certified in Energy Medicine, and Energetic Healing. Miseo-Hardin has been in private practice for 10 years in wellness education and energy medicine. She is also a passionate Mah Jongg player. Yash Morimoto is an expert in Japanese cuisine and passionate about bringing modern day fusion cooking to your table. Brother Donald Mouton has taught religious studies for 38 years at Santa Fe University of Art and Design and College of Santa Fe. He earned a Doctorate in Sacred Theology at Institut Catholique in Paris, France. Mary Jo Mulligan has been teaching yoga for more than twenty years. She is one of a small number of India certified Ashtanga Yoga teachers worldwide through the kpjayi.org of Mysore, India. Mary Jo is credentialed with Yoga Alliance at the highest E-RYT 500 level, Registered Yoga Teacher and Educator. She holds an M.A. in Eastern Philosophy from St. John’s College in Santa Fe, NM.

Peter Murphy is a retirement and estate planning specialist, teaching at SFCC for over five years. Cheryl Noonan teaches and performs in the Santa Fe area for both public and private events. Cheryl’s early experience with her third grade drillette team got her hooked on dancing. She believes in creating a patient, relaxing environment for students. She enjoys teaching social dances such as West Coast Swing and Night Club 2-Step — two versatile styles that work with a wide variety of music. William Neuwirth has an M.S. degree in Biology and is a seasoned outdoor tour guide. Janet Olojo is a computer consultant who owns Solo Computers and has been teaching computer classes at SFCC for over 15 years. Bob Pennington is the owner of Agua Fria Nursery. He has been gardening in Santa Fe for decades. Vicki Pozzebon is a purveyor of all things local. She is the owner and principal consultant of Prospera Partners consulting firm. She designs local economy networks, systems and development plans for businesses, organizations and government agencies that put our communities first.

Rosa Prada is a native of Venezuela and has a B.A. in Secondary Education with a concentration in Spanish from UNM. Kendra Ratcliff Arnold has an M.A. from UNM and is the principle of KLA Concepts where she works with hundreds of small businesses to deliver effective branding campaigns with award-winning logos, advertisements, business cards, letterhead, catalogs, brochures, posters and websites. She has taught in the public school system, SFCC, WESST, the Santa Fe Business Incubator and the New Mexico Book Association. John Rayburn is a firearms safety instructor and competitive shooter. Rayburn has also been teaching Santa Feans how to dance for several decades. Diane Rollnick’s education includes two degrees from Rhode Island School of Design, a B.F.A. in Painting and a Masters in Art Teaching. She lived in Italy for two years and spent many years in the Boston, Philadelphia and New York areas before moving to New Mexico 20 years ago. Teresa Roybal has an M.B.A. from Highlands University and is the Academic and Student Affairs Coordinator at SFCC. Brenda Sanchez is a fitness instructor at SFCC.

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John H. Shannon III is a published author and 26-year career Army officer with two combat deployments to Afghanistan. He earned an M.A. in Urban Planning from State University of New York at Buffalo. He is also fluent in Italian. Rick Silver is a certified Zhineng/ Chi-Lel Qigong instructor that has studied and taught in New Zealand and the U.S.A. Peter Sinclaire is a noted regional historian who leads tours throughout the Southwest.

Howard Spiegelman has spent more than 25 years writing and teaching about wine and spirits. Since 2011, he has taught “Wine Appreciation� at SFCC and is a graduate of the Culinary Art Program. Along with his wife, he has written extensively about wine and wineries from California to Portugal and Mexico to New Mexico and has published more than 50 articles, including recently in AAA New Mexico Journey. Joseph Sulzburg is a retired educator and has been working in stained glass for many years. LeAnne Summers is a photographer and has been teaching credit and non-credit classes at SFCC for over 10 years. Margo Taylor is an experienced traveler and chef and recent graduate of the Culinary Arts Program at SFCC.

Ginna Sloane is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor, who has been teaching for over 14 years. She remains motivated to share the strengthening and opening of body, blossoming of spirit and calming of mind she has experienced through her own practice and teaching of yoga.

Margaret Tuite has been published in over 300 literary magazines around the world. She is the author of two short story collections, Bound by Blue (2013), Sententia Books and Domestic Apparition (2011) San Francisco Bay Press and five chapbooks.

Holly Spellman has been teaching golf for 15 years and has been with LPGA for the past 6 years. She is an adjunct faculty member and facility supervisor at the SFCC Fitness Education Center.

Steve Walenta is a digital-imaging specialist with years of experience.

Linda (Sasha) Wasko has exhibited in Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia. She has taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and SFCC. Barbara Waxer is a freelance author, trainer and media educator. She has authored and edited web technology, Microsoft and Adobe products for Cengage Learning Pearson Education before discovering a passion for free online media. She lectures and provides training in copyright and finding media for eLearning communities and colleges around the country. She has an M.A. from Webster University and a B.A. from Michigan State. Edward Woodd is an active Pickle Ball player with four years of tournament experience. He has taught and coached sports for more than 30 years. Martha Yates has worked for the United States Forest Service and has been director of the El Rito Library.

Terry Vinson has been adjunct faculty in the School of Liberal Arts and has been teaching American Sign Language for many years.

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Priscilla Zimmermann, Ph.D. has more than 30 years of experience helping people of all ages discover their latent singing voices.

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Sandra Schroeder, Ph.D., has painted at Ghost Ranch for 25 years and now teaches watercolor there. Trained in the basics at the Art Institute of Chicago, she has expanded her skill through extensive plein air painting, studio painting workshops, critique groups and experimentation. She is a Signature Member of the NM Watercolor Society and has exhibited in a broad range of venues.

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REGISTRATION All registrations, whether online, by phone, by mail or in person, are being accepted now. Classes start throughout the semester. Find the latest Continuing Education class listings on our website at www.sfcc.edu/ce. Many classes fill quickly. We recommend that you register no later than four working days before the starting date of the class. You may register for most classes up until the starting date, but if you delay, the class may either be full or canceled due to insufficient enrollment. Registrations cannot be accepted at classes.

WAYS TO

REGISTER FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION

ONLINE www.sfcc.edu/ce BY PHONE 505-428-1676

CLASS FEES

Continuing Education classes are self-sustaining, and class fees must cover all program expenses. Fees are based on an estimated minimum number of students. Class fees are subject to change without notice. Check the website for current information and review the refund policy before registering.

REFUND POLICY

Class fees are automatically refunded in full when: • the class or workshop is full. • the activity is canceled. • SFCC rejects the enrollment application. If you drop a class, your class fee is automatically refunded based on the following: Classes of three or more sessions • If you drop a class before the second session, the full class fee will be refunded. • If you drop a class after the second session, no refund will be given. Classes of one or two sessions • If you drop a class at least one day before the starting date, the full class fee will be refunded. • If you drop a class less than one day before the starting date, no refund will be given. Some classes have special refund policies. This information is listed in the class description. Allow three to five weeks for processing a refund.

CLASS CHANGES & CANCELLATIONS

IN PERSON

Mondays through Fridays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. SFCC Continuing Education Main Building, Room 131

BY MAIL

Mail a completed registration form along with payment to: SFCC Continuing Education 640l Richards Avenue Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887 NOTE: Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Prices and room assignments may change without notice. Check the website for current information. SFCC is not responsible for typographical errors. Registration is not considered final until payment has been made.

A class will be closed when it reaches maximum enrollment, so register early. Classes with insufficient enrollment will be canceled three business days prior to the starting date of the class, and those registered will be notified of the cancellation by email or phone. To make contacting you easier, provide an email and phone number with your registration. Refunds will be processed automatically for classes canceled by SFCC. SFCC reserves the right to cancel any class. Class locations, dates, times and instructors are subject to change without notice.

CLASS LOCATIONS

Classes are held at Santa Fe Community College and at other locations in and around Santa Fe. The location of your class will be noted on the confirmation you receive by email.

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All data are for office and statistical purposes only. Students are assigned a student identification number for record keeping. You may register for as many classes as you wish. Read the information on Page 44 before registering. All registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Many classes fill quickly. Classes may be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met at least three working days before class begins. Registration is not considered final until payment has been made. While SFCC makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information in the schedule of classes, the college reserves the right to make changes, including course fees, at any time without prior notice. Check the online registration system for current information at www.sfcc.edu/ce. Type or print. Fill out completely. Continuing Education staff uses this information to contact you about your classes. You may register for as many courses as you wish.

First Name______________________________ Last Name______________________________________________ Student ID Number___________________________________________ Address _______________________________________________________________________________________ City_____________________________________________ State_________________Zip______________________ Date of Birth __________ /_________ /__________ q Home Cell Number _____________________________ Alternative Number __________________________ q Work E-mail Address _______________________________________________________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $______________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $______________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $______________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $______________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $______________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $______________ CRN_________________ Course Title___________________________________________ Fee $______________ TOTAL $ ____________ I do hereby certify that the above information is correct: Signature___________________________________________ Date______________ If paying by check, make payable to Santa Fe Community College and mail to:

SFCC Continuing Education, 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887 If paying by credit card, complete the following: q Discover

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SFCC MISSION, VISION AND VALUES Mission

Empower Students, Strengthen Community. Empoderar a los Estudiantes, Fortalecer a la Comunidad.

Vision

SFCC is a nationally recognized leader in fulfilling its community’s dreams, one student at a time.

Values

• We value STUDENT LEARNING and demonstrate our commitment through innovative, high quality programs, empowerment of students and accountability for systematic learning assessment. • We value EXCELLENCE and demonstrate our commitment through continuous organizational improvement, transparent and effective systems and responsible stewardship of taxpayer dollars. • We value PEOPLE and demonstrate our commitment through building a community of collaboration and trust, celebrating diversity, and fostering a vibrant system of shared governance. • We value SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY and demonstrate our commitment through leadership in sustainability programs and practices, accessible and affordable education, and ongoing service to and partnerships with our community. • We value INTEGRITY and demonstrate our commitment by modeling respect, honesty and principled decision-making throughout the organization.

CAMPUS INFORMATION Santa Fe Community College

6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887 505-428-1000 | www.sfcc.edu

Campus Safety and Security Call 505-428-1224 or cell 505-690-1477.

Continuing Education and Registration Phone: 505-428-1676 | Fax: 505-428-1302 Office hours: Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information about credit class registration, see Page 44, call 505-428-1270 or visit www.sfcc.edu.

Campus Closures:

Monday, Jan. 15 — Martin Luther King Jr. Day Thursday, Feb. 22 — Continuing Education Office closed Friday, Mar. 16 — Faculty and Staff Development Day Monday, Mar. 19 through Sunday, Mar. 25 — Spring Break Friday, Mar. 30 through Sunday, Apr. 1 — Spring Holiday Monday, May 28 — Memorial Day Call the Weather Watch Line, 505-428-1716, check the website at www.sfcc.edu or sign up for SFCC text message and email alerts at www.getrave.com/login/sfcc

Facilities/Conference Space Rental For information on prices and availability, call 505-428-1675.

SFCC Governing Board

Linda S. Siegle, Chair Jack Sullivan, Vice Chair George Gamble, Ph.D., Secretary Martha G. Romero, Ph.D., Member Kathleen D. Keith, Member Naomi Bojorquez Flores, Ex-Officio Student Member President, Randy W. Grissom, M.B.A.

Students with Disabilities

If you have a documented disability and require assistance in class, call or visit the Office of Student Accessibility for coordination of your accommodations. The office is located in Room LL313. The phone number is 505-428-1455.

SFCC is a public institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission with membership in the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The information contained herein is valid as of October 2017. While SFCC makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information, the college reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice. SFCC is an equal opportunity/ADA-compliant institution. SFCC es una institución de igualdad de oportunidades en conformidad con ADA. Produced by SFCC’s Marketing and Public Relations and Continuing Education Departments.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION AND CONTRACT TRAINING, ROOM 131, 505-428-1676

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Small Business Development Center Building New Mexico’s economy one business at a time

New Mexico Energy$mart Academy New Mexico Energy$mart Academy is one of the Department of Energy’s National Weatherization Training Centers and is accredited by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council for all programs. • FREE CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTING • LOW COST BUSINESS TRAINING • SERVING EXISTING AND STARTUP COMPANIES • 19 CENTERS STATEWIDE For an appointment call 505-428-1343 or visit www.NMSBDC.org/SantaFe. Small Business Development Center is located at the Santa Fe Higher Education Center, 1950 Siringo Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505.

We train for the four core weatherization jobs as determined by the Department of Energy. We are also a BPI Test Center for these four certifications.

• Retrofit Installer Technician • Quality Control Inspector • Energy Auditor • Crew Leader For information about these classes, prices and schedules, visit www.sfcc.edu/nm_energysmart_academy or contact Amanda Hatherly at 505-428-1805 or amanda.hatherly@sfcc.edu

SFCC’s Center of Excellence for Green Building & Energy Efficiency In 2012 Santa Fe Community College was awarded funding to become the state Center of Excellence for Green Building and Energy Efficiency. This has enabled SFCC to develop curricula and trainings to ensure that our workforce has access to the most up-to-date information in these fields. Trainings are often scheduled throughout the year on an as-needed basis, so contact 505-428-1805 for more information about these classes.

Green Building & Energy Efficiency BPI Building Analyst BPI Envelope Professional HERS Rater Certification Building Operator Certification Green Advantage Certification (Residential and Commercial) Thermal Bypass and Advanced Framing

Mobile Training Unit Courses

We can come to you with customized training packages that meet the specific needs of your business or rural community with our fully equipped mobile training rig. Contact us to discuss your specific training needs and to determine if the mobile training unit can help. Suggested trainings: • Weatherization installer • Energy auditor • Facilities energy efficiency awareness

For information about these classes, prices and schedules, contact Amanda Hatherly at 505-428-1805 or amanda.hatherly@sfcc.edu, or visit www.sfcc.edu/nm_energysmart_academy


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Ignite a new passion with SFCC’s outstanding Continuing Education classes. Purchase gift certificates in any amount starting from $15, with no expiration date. To purchase a gift certificate call 505-428-1676 or visit the Continuing Education Office, Room 131 in the Main Building. All gift certificate purchases are final and can only be applied to Continuing Education classes. No refunds.

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