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MARINCOMMUNITYED.COM FALL 1 AUG 27-OCT 13 FALL 2 OCT 22-DEC 8 Community Education FALL FOCUS FOOD AND WINE Take hands-on cooking classes in our new demonstration kitchen, plus over 100 classes in 23 areas. REGISTRATION STARTS JULY 30 AT 9AM

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New this Fall! Enroll in… • Drawing Workshop page 7 • Swaying the Soul: Women, Dance, and Spirituality in the Islamic World page 11 • Public Speaking for Beginners page 12 • Income Tax for Smart People Who Don’t Feel Smart about Their Taxes page 13 There’s More! See page 4 for how to register. CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Ready for a Career in Hospitality? Start your career in hospitality, food service, or tourism management with College of Marin’s NEW Hospitality Management certificate program. • Earn your certificate in just 2 semesters • All classes are in the evening • Financial Aid may be available • Only $46/unit; best value for starting a career For more information, visit MarinCareers.org/hospitality Classes start August 18th Register Now at Marin.edu

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Contents | Fall 2018 College of Marin Community Education ONLINE REGISTRATION MarinCommunityEd.com HOURS AND CONTACT INFORMATION Mon–Thurs 9am–noon, 1–4pm Fridays 9am–Noon Phone: (415) 485-9305 Fax: 1 (415) 456-5065 Email: info@MarinCommunityEd.com Facebook: facebook.com/ MarinCommunityEd OFFICE LOCATIONS Kentfield Campus Student Services Building, Room 145 Kentfield, CA 94904 Indian Valley Campus Main Building, Room 107 Novato, CA 94949 MAILING ADDRESS 835 College Avenue Kentfield, CA 94904 ABOUT THE COVER: Join chef Mei Ibach (right, photo credit John Burgess/Press Democrat) for Farm-to-Table: The Fall Bounty; Street Food of Singapore; and A Cut Above: Introductory Knife Skills. Classes offered with new instructor Sean Taylor (top left) include Beanto-Bar Chocolate Introduction with Essential Oils Workshop; Chocolate, Bean-to-Bar; and Fermentation 101. See pages 14-15 for details. 4 About 4 College Campuses CLASSES 6 Art 8 Business 8 Marin Small Business Development Center 9 Marin Chinese Cultural Association 9 Career Development 10 Computers 11 Curent Events 11 Dance 12 Drama/Communication 13 Financial Planning 13 Farm & Garden 14 Food & Wine 15 Geography 16 Health Education 16 History 17 Languages 18 Literature/Humanities 19 Marin Adventures 20 Music 21 Personal Enrichment 22 Photography 23 Physical Fitness 27 Writing PARTNER PROGRAMS 30 ESCOM Lifelong Learning

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About College of Marin Community Education offers short-term courses designed to meet the community’s learning needs, from personal enrichment to career enhancement. College credit is not given and there are no tests or grades. EC-designated courses are low-fee classes designed to meet the needs of older adults. As a self-supporting, fee-based program, Community Education requires that courses meet minimum enrollment. Course cancellations are typically made three business days before a course’s start date. Advanced registration is recommended. Request a refund by submitting a refund request form to our office by 4pm, three business days prior to the course start date. Membership fees are not refundable. For more info visit MarinCommunityEd.com. FOUR EASY WAYS TO REGISTER 1. Online: MarinCommunityEd.com 2. Phone: (415) 485-9305 3. Mail (Registration form p. 28) Community Education 835 College Avenue Kentfield, CA 94904 4. In Person Kentfield Campus Student Services Building, Room 145 Kentfield, CA 94904 Indian Valley Campus Main Building, Room 107 Novato, CA 94949 HOURS Mon–Thurs 9am–Noon, 1pm–4pm Friday 9am–Noon College 101 Campuses 1 Kentfield Campus 835 College Ave 101 Kentfield, CA 94904 NOVATO BLVD 2 Indian Valley Campus 1800 Ig1n01acio Blvd Novato, CA 94949 SAN ANSELMO 101 4TH ST S A N R A FA E L 3RD ST 2ND ST ROWLAND BLVD 101 NSET PK 37 37 SU WY LYNWOOD DR WOLFE GRADE RD 1 KENTFIELD COLLEGE AVE 101 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE BLVD 2 IVC 580 IGNACIO BLVD 101 BON A I R RD 580 101 Parking Information Parking permits can either be purchased in-person or by phone at (415) 485-9305. If you purchase by phone, a permit w10i1ll be sent to you by regular US Postal Mail within 3 business days. If you purchase in-person you will be handed the permit at the tim101e of purchase. Permits must be clearly displayed or you will be cited. 580 4 | REGISTER ONLINE AT MARINCOMMUNITYED.COM.

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Classes THERE WILL BE NO CLASSES HELD IN OBSERVANCE OF THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAYS: Fall 1: Labor Day Holiday (Sept 1-3) Fall 2: Veterans Day (Nov. 12); Thanksgiving (Nov 22, Nov 23, Nov 24) Class title ESCOM Courses Featured class Class description Class ID, instructor, campus location, building, room number Days, times, dates Course cost, ESCOM member discounted cost, materials fee. Course cost includes material fees unless otherwise indicated. NEW | EC The Flow of Watercolor: The Figure Julie will give you the essentials for how to easily draw and paint nude figures. No knowledge of figure drawing or portraiture is required. As you view three live models, and refer to Julie’s photos of nude models, learn how to make your drawings and paintings proportionally pleasing. See online schedule for details. 0051 | Cohn | KTD | FA 301 6 Wednesdays, 2:40–5:30pm | Sept 3–Oct 8 $124 (MF $8) | ESCOM $10 (MF$8) What our symbols mean KTD = Kentfield Campus IVC = Indian Valley Campus OFF = Off Campus AC = Academic Center EC = ESCOM FA = Fine Arts Center HORT = Horticulture LRC = Learning Resources Center MF = Materials Fee PA = Performing Arts PE = Physical Education Center PV = Portable Village FF = Facility Fee SF = Special Fee SMN = Science Math Nursing SS = Student Services Center VS = Village Square FALL 2018 | 5

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Art For full class descriptions, including information about materials to purchase and the price of materials, please see our online class listings. Figure Painting This studio course is an opportunity to explore materials, color, composition and agenda in any medium of the student’s choice, while painting the figure. Class time will be primarily devoted to painting but will also include discussions, demonstrations, and critiques. You will work from undraped models every session and also have the option of working on your own projects from photos. 3417 | Bencich | KTD | FA 301 5 Saturdays 9:10am–1pm | Sept 8-Oct 6 1 Saturday 9:10am–5:30pm | Oct 13 3418 | Bencich | KTD | FA 301 5 Saturdays 9:10am–1pm | Oct 27-Dec 1 1 Saturday 9:10am–5:30pm | Dec 8 $281 (includes MF $66) (each section) Oil Painting Dive into oil painting! Learn the fundamentals of painting---color, composition, palette, and mixing—as well as greyscale, additive and subtractive techniques, and the unique properties of oil paints. Slide presentations of the works of other painters will supplement studio work. This class involves some technical instruction, but students developing their own voice will be encouraged. Students who would prefer to work in acrylics are also welcome. 3560 | Bailliere | KTD | FA 301 6 Tuesdays 6:10–9pm | Oct 23-Dec 11 (No class Nov 20) $189 (Includes MF $10 for first class) Plein Air Painting This class is an instructional, progressive outdoor painting class. We will meet at the classroom and walk to different campus locations, including the Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden for painting. Students may work in oils, acrylics, or gouache. Students will need to own a plein air easel and transportable painting kit. We will cover the basics of landscape painting and the specific skills and techniques used in plein air painting. Instruction includes demonstrations, individual instruction, and class discussion. All levels of experience welcome. $10 materials fee covers materials distributed in the first class when a materials list will be provided. 3450 | Bailliere | IVC | HORT 4 6 Thursdays 10:10am-1pm | Aug 30-Oct 11 $189 (Includes MF $10 for first class) EC | Acrylic Landscape Painting Painting basics for beginners and advanced artists Paint along with the instructor in this hands-on series of acrylic painting. We will cover techniques for successfully painting clouds and water, composition, perspective, color theory and elements found in nature. Bring what supplies you have, and a suggested supply list will be provided at the first session. 3595 | Healey | KTD | FA 301 5 Tuesdays 1:10-4pm | Aug 28-Sept 25 $194 (MF $1) | ESCOM $164 (MF $1) Drawing with Chalk Pastels From sketches and dark and light studies to fully developed drawings and paintings, explore the full range of chalk pastels. First time students will have a full introduction to chalks, surfaces, and techniques. Continuing students will work on expanded projects emphasizing the expressive use of the medium. Bring pencil and paper and any pastels you have, and a good photo to work from. Materials will cost from $90-$150 and will be discussed during the first class. 3419 | Lawrence | KTD | FA 215 6 Fridays 1:10–4pm | Sept 7-Oct 12 3420 | Lawrence | KTD | FA 215 6 Fridays 1:10–4pm | Oct 26-Dec 7 $179 (each section) EC | Watercolor Basics and Beyond An all-levels class, however beginners will receive the very basics. More advanced students are encouraged to work on their own projects or, if desired, the instructor will provide specific assignments. How to ‘control’ the paint or let it ‘flow,’ color mixing, and composition will be covered. We will work from still-lifes and

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landscapes. Come and paint in a very supportive atmosphere. 3498 | Meade | OFF | San Geronimo* 6 Fridays 10:10am–1pm | Sept 7-Oct 12 3499 | Meade | OFF | San Geronimo* 6 Fridays 10:10am–1pm | Oct 26-Dec 7 $132 (FF $16) | ESCOM $109 (FF $16) (each section) FF=Facility fee *6350 Sir Francis Drake Blvd San Geronimo 3485 | Johnson | KTD | FA 215 6 Saturdays 10:10am–1pm | Sept 8-Oct 13 3486 | Johnson | KTD | FA 215 7 Saturdays 10:10am–1pm | Oct 27-Dec 8 $116 | ESCOM $93 (each section) NEW | EC The Flow of Watercolor: Deciduous Trees Deciduous trees are beautiful as they change color in autumn and blossom in spring. Learn how to paint loose, yet convincing silhouettes, as well as delicate flowers, leaves, and branches as seen in Asian calligraphy. If weather permits, we will paint outside at ther College one class day. Bring the supplies you have. You will receive a supply list the first day. All levels are welcome, though some watercolor experience is recommended. 3449 | Cohn | KTD | FA 301 6 Thursdays 2:10–5pm | Sept 6-Oct 11 $124 (MF $8) | ESCOM $101 (MF $8) NEW | EC The Flow of Watercolor: Evergreen Trees Sequoias, pines, and palm trees are just a few of the evergreens flourishing in our northern California landscape. Learn how to paint their silhouettes and details, accentuating pine needles and cones, richly variegated bark, coconuts, and more! We will add reflections in water by the 4th day. Bring the supplies you have. You will receive a supply list the first day. All levels are welcome, though some watercolor experience is recommended. 3448 | Cohn | KTD | FA 301 6 Thursdays 2:10–5pm | Nov 1-Dec 13 $124 (MF $8) | ESCOM $101 (MF $8) Jewelry and Metalsmithing The beginners/beginners plus class focuses on fundamentals of soldering, forming, construction, use of hand tools, and finishing techniques. The number of projects will be at the discretion of the instructor. The goal of the intermediate/ advanced class is the refinement of the fundamentals of jewelry making with a focus on the development of the student’s personal design ideas. BEGINNERS/BEGINNERS PLUS 3421 | Haiman | KTD | FA 123 7 Tues & 7 Thurs 7:10–10pm | Aug 28-Oct 11 3422 | Haiman | KTD | FA 123 7 Tues & 7 Thurs 7:10–10pm | Oct 23-Dec 13 $284 (Includes MF $25) (each section) INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 3423 | D'Agostino | KTD | FA 123 7 Wednesdays 9:10am–4pm | Aug 29-Oct 10 3424 | D'Agostino | KTD | FA 123 7 Wednesdays 9:10am–4pm | Oct 24-Dec 5 $294 (Includes MF $35) (each section) Drawing Workshop Learn to draw in this fun and informative six-week workshop in which you will be introduced to a variety of materials and learn and practice core drawing skills. This workshop will help you feel comfortable with the materials and give you tools to use for any two-dimensional work you choose. Students are encouraged to keep an ongoing notebook. 3510 | Yokell | KTD | FA 214 6 Wednesdays 10:10am-1pm | Aug 29-Oct 3 $143 Painting Workshop Learn how to use acrylics to structure your painting using the underpinnings of drawing, including value and color relationships while developing your own sensibility and vocabulary with whatever subject matter you choose. You'll keep an ongoing painting notebook as a personal roadmap. The focus will be on the pleasure of the process and concentration. 3511 | Yokell | KTD | FA 214 7 Wednesdays 10:10am-1pm | Oct 24-Nov 28 $143 Mixed Media Art Books Using mixed media such as altered papers, collage, photos, found objects, and fabric, will discover how to create expressive books of all shapes and sizes. Learn printing-making, stitching, phototransfer, silver-leafing, and a variety of binding techniques to create a different FALL 2018 | 7

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type of book each week. A materials fee will cover supplies for the first class and some of those needed in subsequent classes. Students will purchase additional materials as needed. 3497 | Jucker | KTD | FA 312 7 Tuesdays 7:10-9:30pm | Sept 4-Oct 9 $126 (Includes MF $10) Spontaneous Painting: Watercolor and Fluid Acrylic Wet-into-Wet Enhance your current painting technique or begin your exploration with beautiful atmospheric and textural effects. Surprise yourself and attempt what is not certain. Color mixing and saturation, rhythmic composition, and intuitive resolution will be emphasized. Abstract, representational or combined approaches and all levels of skill are welcome. Bring a playful spirit and watercolor supplies to first class. 3425 | Duchamp | KTD | FA 215 5 Tuesdays 2:40-5:30pm | Sept 11-Oct 9 3426 | Duchamp | KTD | FA 215 5 Tuesdays 2:40-5:30pm | Oct 23-Nov 20 $163 (each section) Business What is your Gold, Silver and Jewelry Worth? If you’ve inherited jewelry, silver, or coins, want to add to your income, have some jewelry to sell or are just curious about how precious metals are valued, please join us. Learn the secrets of the trade, including how to identify jewelry made of precious metals, determine its value, and sell it in the right place for maximum profit. Learn how to read karat marks and hallmarks, identify items of historical or antique value, and more. Instruction will also be provided in using the tools of the jewelers’ trade. Feel free to bring pieces to evaluate. In advance of the class, please purchase The Urban Gold Miner at www. sellingyourjewelry.com (approx. $25) and a 10X triplet jeweler’s loupe (18 millimeter lens or larger) from RioGrande.com or another jewelry supplier. 3619 | Friedman | KTD | SMN 229 1 Saturday 9am-1pm | Sept 15 $63 Marin Small Business Development Center These workshops are offered by the Marin Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in partnership with Community and Career Technical Education at College of Marin. Each workshop is $25 unless otherwise noted. Business Basics Series discount: Take all 3 for only $60 (and save $15)! Business Basics Series: Planning Learn what it takes to start a business and succeed! Explore planning tools to help you define your unique business vision. 3561| Thurs Sept 13 | 6-9pm | KTD | AC 236 Business Basics Series: Finance and Legal An introduction to the legal protections and financial needs for a thriving business. 3562 | Thurs Sept 20 | 6-9pm | KTD | AC 236 Business Basics Series: Marketing Understand how to build your brand and target your customers using proven marketing techniques. 3563 |Thurs Sept 27 | 6-9pm | KTD | AC 236 Business Ecommerce: Create an Online Store Using the Shopify platform, you will walk away with your online store created plus tools and tips for best practices. 3565 | Tues Sept 18 & 25 | 6-9pm | KTD | LC 39 $40 Getting the Yes: Communication Tactics for Better Sales Learn how to connect and build relationships in ways that work and get you the yes. This workshop will transform 8 | SEE PAGE 5 FOR IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION

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your definition of sales and help you get new clients. 3566 | Thurs Oct 4 | 6-9pm | KTD | AC 236 Storytelling Marketing: The Authentic Way to Attract Customers Stories are the foundation for selling. Learn to build loyalty, attract customers, and engage your community through stories. 3567| Tues Oct 9 | 6-9pm | KTD | LC 39 Facebook Advertising + Marketing Attract clients through Facebook using their advertising functions. Bring your computer to this hands-on workshop and make changes on the spot. 3568 | Wed Oct 24 | 6-9pm | KTD | AC 103 From Kitchen to Market Gain a competitive edge for your food business or concept by learning insider tips from an industry expert. Topics include: planning and production process, key industry contacts, capitalization options, creative marketing ideas, and more. 3569 | Tues Nov 6 | 1-4pm | IVC | Bldg 27, Rm 118 Crowdfunding Made Easy: Kickstarter and Indiegogo Dive deep into Kickstarter and Indiegogo and get tips on making a successful campaign. 3570 | Wed Nov 14 | 6-9pm | KTD | AC 103 Construyendo Mi Negocio (Building My Business) This is a course for Spanish speaking natives who want to learn the fundamentals of starting or growing a business. All businesses welcome: food, tech, janitorial, real estate, child care, and more. Note: This class is taught in Spanish. 3571 | Tues & Thurs | 6-9pm | KTD | PE 61 | Oct 2-Nov 1 $100 for 10 sessions Marin Chinese Cultural Association We are proud to partner with the Marin Chinese Cultural Association (MCCA) to present courses that promote awareness and understanding of Chinese American culture and history. Beginning Conversational Mandarin Chinese This course is designed to teach the basic skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing in Mandarin Chinese to students with no prior background in the language. 3572 | Peng | KTD | VS 5A 7 Tuesdays 6:40-8:30pm | Aug 28-Oct 9 3573 | Peng | KTD | VS 5A 7 Tuesdays 6:40-8:30pm | Oct 23-Dec 4 $107 (each section) Intermediate Conversational Mandarin Chinese This course is an intermediate level of listening and speaking in Mandarin Chinese with the goal of developing oral fluency. Students will expand their vocabulary, pronunciation, and common idiomatic usage. 3574 | Peng | KTD | LC 120 7 Wednesdays 6:40-8:30pm | Aug 29-Oct 10 3575 | Peng | KTD | LC 120 7 Wednesdays 6:40-8:30pm | Oct 24-Dec 5 $107 (each section) Career Development Start building your career today with this innovative series designed for those who want to start a first career, change careers, return to work, or retire. Leading with Your Strengths In this interactive session, you will clarify the skills and interests that you most enjoy and match them to potential new FALL 2018 | 9

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careers to focus your search. We’ll review techniques for marketing your strengths. 3576 | Tenison-Scott | KTD | SMN 224 1 Tuesday 6:10-9pm | Aug 28 Link Up With LinkedIn In this hands-on seminar, we will review tips for representing your strengths and making your profile more searchable. Plan to review your LinkedIn site, if you have one, on your phone, tablet, or laptop during class. 3577 | Tenison-Scott | KTD | AC 103 1 Wednesdays 6:10-9pm | Sept 19 $65 per seminar (Includes MF $5) Identifying Your Best Workstyle Find a career that is more fulfilling by understanding your preferred approach to work. Using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), identify work styles, environments, and job titles that are the most fitting. Once registered, you will be sent a link to the MBTI to be completed online before the class. 3578 | Tenison-Scott | KTD | AC 237 1 Saturday 9:30am-12:30pm | Nov 10 $78 (Includes MF $18) Strategic Resumes Does your resume do you justice? In this interactive session, you will learn how to build or re-tool your resume to be more effective for the job market. Learn tips to create your brand, market your skills, and give yourself a competitive edge. 3579 | Tenison-Scott | KTD | AC 236 1 Thursday 6-9pm | Dec 6 $63 (Includes MF $3) NEW | Find Your Life Work at Any Age Discovering your right livelihood can be a fun and exciting journey. In this experiential class, students will be presented with the latest research on career satisfaction and navigate a multistep process of personal exploration, group discussion, and practical planning. Learn your preferred styles of thinking and problem-solving and identify the types of tasks you most enjoy to find work that is rewarding, profitable, and inspired. Leave with a detailed plan for securing the paid or volunteer position best suited to your unique gifts. When you find your life work, your life works. 3580 | Milwid | KTD | AC 238 7 Wednesdays 6:10–9pm | Oct 24- Dec 5 $140 (Includes MF $4) Computers NEW | iPhone/iPad Basics Are you getting the most out of your iPhone or iPad? In this class, you’ll learn how to use essential applications such as: Phone, Contacts, Calendar, Email, Safari, Maps, and more. We will help you to discover and install new apps. Each session provides one-on-one help and instructional handouts so you can practice at home. (For Apple Devices only). 3518 | TBD | IVC | Bldg 10, Rm 140 4 Thursdays 10-12:15pm | Aug 30-Sept 20 $89 (Includes MF $5) 3519 | TBD | KTD | FH 110 4 Tuesdays 10-12:15pm | Oct 23-Nov 13 $89 (Includes MF $5) NEW | Social Media Basics Discover how social media can help you connect with loved ones, learn about your community, stay informed, and save money. Get an overview of the most popular social networking sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Learn how to build your personal profile, upload photos, share information. Bring your smartphone/iPhone or tablet (iPad/ Android) to class. 3520 | TBD | KTD | FH 110 4 Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm | Sept 4-25 3521 | TBD | IVC | PV 6 4 Thursdays 10am-12:15pm | Oct 25-Nov 15 $89 (Includes MF $5) each section EC | Tech Basics for Older Adults Keeping up with today’s rapidly changing technology can be overwhelming. Which smartphone is the smartest? Tablet, iPad or Computer - what’s the better value? What is an Echo, a Fitbit, or a Google Home device? Come see, touch, and play with gadgets like these and discover for yourself what technology is right (or

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wrong) for you. We’ll also teach you some basic tech skills such as email, texting, cloud storage, news apps, and helpful internet sites. A great class for those who are new to the mobile device world as well as those who want some helpful tips. 3622 | TBD | IVC | Bldg 10, Room 140 4 Thursdays 10am-12:15pm | Sept 27-Oct 18 $89 (MF $5) | ESCOM $71 (MF $5) Curent Events Keep On Voting After The Election Learn how to persuade public officials and influence public policy! Develop an understanding of the roles of special interest groups, media, money, and constituents in influencing public policy. Learn tested techniques to communicate with elected officials independently, work within special interest groups, and partnerwith 501(c)(3)s. Please purchase Personal Political Power in California at the College of Marin Bookstore ($27.01) prior to the first or second class session. 3451 | Blackwell | KTD | FH 120 7 Wednesdays 6:10-7:30pm | Sept 5-Oct 10 $98 EC | Current Events and World Affairs The world is a complicated place and everyday issues have multiple sides . Come attend this lively, discussionbased session where this term we will explore terrorism, border security, election tampering, use of force and anti-intellectualism. 3614 | Karimi | KTD | SMN 224 5 Tuesdays 6:10-7:30pm | Oct 23-Nov 27 (No class Nov 20) $69 | ESCOM $50 Dance Swaying the Soul: Women, Dance, and Spirituality in the Islamic World Discover the artistic and spiritual contributions of the Muslim world through its dance and music, particularly women’s rituals and traditional healing practices. Topics include: the history of women, dance, and music in the ancient world; indigenous healing rituals in Central Asia and North Africa; women and dance in Iran and Afghanistan; Sufism and trance states. This course includes both lecture and embodied learning. No previous dance training or movement experience is necessary; all ages and abilities are welcome. 3623 | Romanowsky | KTD | SMN 227 7 Tuesdays 7:10-8:30pm | Aug 28-Oct 9 $98 Introduction to Traditional Hawai'ian Dance In this beginner's class our study focuses on fundamentals of hula in classic choreographies of both the ancient form (hula kahiko) and the contemporary style (hula auwana). We will lay the foundation for correct posture, footwork, and gesture and explore pre-missionary era history and culture and their relationship to the hula. 3471 | Saunders | KTD | PE 60 7 Thursdays 6-7:10pm | Aug 30-Oct 11 $106 (Includes SF $17) 3473 | Saunders | KTD | PE 60 6 Thursdays 6-7:10pm | Oct 25-Dec 6 $87 (Includes SF $17) Traditional Hawai'ian Dance I This course is a Level 1 study for students who have completed the Introductory level of Traditional Hawai’ian Dance. The focus of Level 1 is centered on the expansion of competency in hula fundamentals. Students' proficiency will develop to include dance with props and Hawai’ian oratory chant. Level 1 material will broaden skills and foster an appreciation of the history and rich culture of our 50th state. FALL 2018 | 11

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3472 | Saunders | KTD | PE 60 7 Thursdays 7:15-8:30pm | Aug 30-Oct 11 $106 (Includes SF $17) 3474 | Saunders | KTD | PE 60 6 Thursdays 7:15-8:30pm | Oct 25-Dec 6 $87 (Includes SF $17) Introduction to East Coast Swing This course is for students of all ages with no previous dance background who would like to learn the basic technical and social skills associated with East Coast Swing. This style of dance is great for partner dancing to jazz, blues, rock, and ballads! In addition to learning a routine consisting of the basics of the dance, students will also learn how to lead and follow the figures outside of a routine format. 3526 | Worrell | KTD | PE 22 6 Thursdays 3:10-4pm | Sept 6-Oct 11 3527 | Worrell | KTD | PE 22 6 Thursdays 3:10-4pm | Oct 18-Nov 29 $64 (each section) Beginning Irish Dance for Adults: "Old Style" and Sean-Nos In this class of all ages students learn to hear and dance basic "old style" and sean-nós dance steps ”in time" to 4 basic rhythms of Irish music and dance: reel, jig, slip jig, hornpipe. We'll also learn and dance some easy group dances from the ceili or "house" dance traditions. No partner or specialty shoes needed. 3481 | Brannon | KTD | PE 60 7 Tuesdays 7:10-8:45pm | Aug 28-Oct 9 3482 | Brannon | KTD | PE 60 7 Tuesdays 7:10-8:45pm | Oct 23-Dec 4 $101 (each section) EC | International Folk Dance Come learn dances from all over the world including Serbia, Turkey, Romania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece, and Israel. You will be introduced to basic international dance movement vocabulary, dance formats, rhythms, and cultures. The dances are fun, danced to a wonderful assortment of world music, and a great way to stay mentally and physically fit. The class is open to both novice dancers and those with more experience; no partner is required. 3490 | Friedman | KTD | PE 60 6 Wednesdays 2:10-3:30pm | Aug 29-Oct 10 (No class Sept 19) 3491 | Friedman | KTD | PE 60 6 Wednesdays 2:10-3:30pm | Oct 24-Dec 5 (No class Nov 21) $89| ESCOM $66 (each section) Drama/ Communication Introduction to Voice Acting This is a chance to have time on the mic with a critique from Terry McGovern, as well as to learn everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the business and marketing of voice acting. This experiential and informational workshop includes a guest speaker from the industry. Scripts provided! There will be a one-hour lunch break. 3508 | McGovern | KTD | SMN 226 2 Saturdays 10am–5pm | Dec 1 & 8 $112 (Includes MF $2) NEW | Public Speaking for Beginners Would you like to speak with clarity and confidence? This course provides a practical, interactive introduction to the basic principles and methods of effective public speaking. We’ll use scenarios like job interviews, presentations, and business meetings to focus on the essential elements of effective public speaking such as preparation, organization, confidence, and delivery. Activities start small so participants can feel comfortable while gradually building their skills. Class activities will include discussions, group activities, peer feedback, and delivering speeches and presentations. 3632 | Clothier | KTD | VS 7 1 Saturday 10am-5pm | Sept 29 $69 12 | SEE PAGE 5 FOR IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION

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Financial Planning NEW | Income Taxes For Smart People Who Don't Feel Smart About Their Taxes Through lively discussion and real-life examples, we will learn the basics of how our U.S. income tax system works, a little about its colorful history, and a lot about how to navigate through it with more confidence and understanding. We will learn how taxable income, AGI, and refunds are calculated; we'll explore common deductions and credits; and we'll demystify terminology like capital gains, basis, depreciation, and marginal rates. We will discuss the tax changes that take effect in 2018 and beyond, and learn planning techniques to help maximize tax efficiency and improve overall financial health. 3581 | Liston | KTD | SMN 225 6 Thursdays 1-3pm | Aug 30-Oct 4 $102 (Includes MF $1) Life & Retirement Planning This course is designed to help you understand the core principles for a successful retirement using real-life stories to help you connect with the material. You will be introduced to concepts and terminology critical to understand as one approaches retirement age. You will learn how to set realistic goals based on your personal retirement vision. 3492 | Hall | KTD | SMN 224 2 Tuesdays 6-9pm | Sept 25 & Oct 2 3494 | Hall | KTD | AC 237 2 Saturdays 9-12pm | Oct 6 & 13 3495 | Hall| IVC | Bldg 27, Rm 118 2 Tuesdays 6-9pm | Oct 9 & 16 3496 | Hall | IVC | Bldg 27, Rm 118 2 Saturdays 9-12pm | Oct 20 & 27 $69 (each section) Reverse Mortgage 101 You've heard about them and seen the TV ads, now come and learn how they really work! If you are a homeowner, age 62+ who would like to utilize the equity in your home without having a required monthly repayment, this FHA government insured loan may be the answer. We’ll discuss the safeguards HUD has in place, the pros and cons, eligibility, options for receiving your money, and more. This course is educational and no sales products will be presented. 3582 | Schwartz | IVC | Bldg 27 Rm 118 1 Saturday 12:30-4:30pm | Nov 10 $63 Farm & Garden Daily Vase Aside from special occasions, it’s nice to have simple flowers for every day; small compositions for many rooms. A simple composition is as rewarding and challenging as a complex one. We’ll make a number of 3-5 stem arrangements in several small containers. Students must bring containers and sturdy pruners. Instructor will give ideas for containers and provide the flowers. 3483 | Nardo | KTD | FA 312 1 Saturday 9:30am-12:30pm | Oct 27 $108` Celebration of Fall: Secret for Supporting Heavy Flowers and Branches It’s the season of beautiful fall color! Low containers are perfect for holiday centerpieces. Metal floral frogs are the secret for holding everything in place. Students must bring a bouquet of store bought flowers, sturdy pruners and a low vase (no glass). Instructor will email samples of vase shapes and will provide: floral hardware to take home, branches, and flowers not available in stores. 3484 | Nardo | KTD | FA 312 1 Saturday 9:30am-12:30pm | Nov 17 $115 NEW | Fruit Tasting 3 Part Series: Take Them All or 'a la cart' Enjoy the fruits of the season! At each tasting students will enjoy a curated selection of seasonal fruit fresh from the Indian Valley Organic Farm Orchard, with a focus on fresh flavor, processing options, and recipes. History, origins, FALL 2018 | 13

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and horticultural aspects of our featured varieties will round out these palette expanding pomological experiences. Each workshop is $79. Take all 3 for only $220 (and save $17)! Part 1: Early Stone Fruit and More 3628 | Valenzuela | IVC | HORT 4 Saturday 9am-12:30pm | Sept 8 $79 Part 2: Early Apples and More 3629 | Valenzuela | IVC | HORT 4 Saturday 9am-12:30pm | Sept 15 $79 Part 3: Late Apples and More 3630 | Valenzuela | IVC | HORT 2 Saturday 9am-12:30pm | Oct 6 $79 NEW | Fruit Tree Basics for Abundance Bare root fruit tree season will soon be here, and there are many considerations to ensure a productive long term investment of choosing, planting, and caring for a fruit tree. This class will cover fruit tree basics from A to Z, including good planning, establishment and care, overcoming problems, and enjoying the harvest. 3631 | Valenzuela | IVC | HORT 1 1 Saturday 9am-1:30pm | Dec 8 $95 Food & Wine Wine Tasting Fundamentals As a wine lover, have you ever wondered about the aromas and flavors in your glass? Be introduced to the world of wine by an instructor with over 24 years of experience in the wine industry. This class will cover the basics of the process of wine making and wine tasting. Explore different types of wines, where they come from, “wine talk,” and some basics of food and wine pairing. Students should bring 2-3 wine glasses to each class, and must be at least 21 years old. 3442 | Sandri | KTD | SS 111 2 Thursdays 6:30-9pm | Sept 20 & 27 3443 | Sandri | IVC | HORT 2 2 Saturdays 10am-12:30pm | Nov 10 & 17 $79 (each section) Wines of Luxury: Exploring Champagne and Port When most people think of wines for special occasions, two words come up – Champagne and Port. This class will explore these unique wines of the world, both from their traditional homes, to expressions of sparkling and fortified wines in the world. Students should bring 2-3 wine glasses to each class, and must be at least 21 years old. 3444 | Sandri | KTD | SS 111 2 Thursdays 6:30-9pm | Oct 25 & Nov 1 $83 Practical Food and Wine Matching: From the Farmer’s Market to Your Table Many people enjoy going to Farmer's Markets, seeing all the choices, and getting fresh-from-farm items. But then what to do with them? This class explores matching food and wine, with practical items from the local farmer's market. Participate in practical demonstrations of uses of food from market, as well as a visit to the Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden. 3445 | Sandri | IVC | HORT 2 2 Saturdays 10am-12:30pm | Oct 27 & Nov 3 $151 NEW | Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Introduction with Essential Oils Workshop Explore the aromatics being grown at the Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden and then dive into the science of chocolate, the art of chocolate making, and the cultural impact of the cacao plant from 2000 BCE to the present. Use essential oils distilled before your eyes to design your own chocolate bar, with various flavors and spices harvested from the farm. 3639 | Taylor | IVC | HORT 2 1 Saturday 10am-1pm | Aug 25 $135 NEW | Chocolate, Bean-to-Bar Learn from an experienced chocolate maker and make organic, single-origin

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dark chocolate in this hands-on class series that includes roasting, grinding, winnowing, molding, tempering and of course tasting lots of chocolate. We will dive into the science of chocolate, the art of chocolate making and the cultural impact of the cacao plant from 2000 BCE to the present day. Following ancient techniques and utilizing state-of-the- art chocolate making equipment, we will design our own dark chocolate bars with, sea salt, coffee nibs and other organic flavors and spices. Enjoy some traditional cacao tea and learn and how to make the best chocolate purchasing decisions, from a health, environmental, and social perspective. 3618 | Taylor | IVC | HORT 2 3 Tuesdays 6:10-8pm | Oct 23- Nov 6 $220 NEW | Fermentation 101 In a three part series we will discuss the principles of fermentation and create our own fermented food and drinks. We will explore the roles of oxygen, pH and proper sanitation in successful ferments. We will dive into the concepts of pre-digestion, insulin resistance, and bacterial and fungal interaction. Learn how fermented foods promote health. 3620 | Taylor | IVC | HORT 2 3 Thursdays 6:10-8pm | Nov 8-29 $220 NEW | Farm-to-Table: The Fall Bounty This class will demonstrate a seasonal approach to eating healthy and teach creative ways to use various seasonal fruits and vegetables. Each season offers a unique “palette” of ingredients; students will learn to appreciate the dynamic rhythm of the changing seasons and how to cook with the rhythm. We will start the class with a short guided tour of the Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden, to give students a deeper appreciation of where their food comes from. Students will enjoy a family-style meal together at the end of the class. 3617 | Ibach | IVC | HORT 2 1 Saturday 11am-3pm | Sept 15 $167 NEW | Street Food of Singapore Street food is the beating heart of Singapore, defining its identity, culture, history, and the social context of its community. It can be found in off-beat alleys and on the menus of fine-dining restaurants. In this class, you will learn to cook an array of signature street food recipes of Singapore and be able to share these delicious recipes with your friends and family. Students will sample a tasting menu at the end of class. 3616 | Ibach | IVC | HORT 2 1 Saturday 11am-3pm | Sept 8 $167 NEW | A Cut Above: Introductory Knife Skills Preparing great food begins with a sharp knife and solid hand skills. None of us are born with great knife skills, but a good teacher can help you get professional results! Knives are the tools of the trade and it's important to know how to use them correctly. Learn knife types and tips for purchasing as well as the tricks for knife sharpening. Next, work in the kitchen under the watchful eye of a skilled instructor and learn to hone, sharpen, slice, dice, chiffonade, mince and julienne like a pro. 3621 | Ibach | IVC | HORT 2 1 Saturday 11am-3pm | Sept 22 $161 Geography Regional Geography: Latin America and the Caribbean Our study integrates essential physical and cultural geographic elements of a magnificent region; exotic to some, ancestral homeland to others. The course includes thematic maps and slides of all subregions discussed. 3503 | Pometta | KTD | SMN 224 7 Wednesdays 1-3pm | Aug 29-Oct 10 $109 (MF $2) | ESCOM $85 (MF $2) FALL 2018 | 15

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