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Cochise College Center for Lifelong Learning Summer 2015 Schedule of classes.

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  • Center for Lifelong Learning

    Summer 2015

  • Quest for the Perfect Cup, June 6with George Broxton, Broxtons CoffeeBenefit from an event expressly for the curious caffeine lover.Visit two of Tucsons most unique specialty coffee houses,meet the owners and enjoy demonstrations and tastings oftheir craft. Yellow Brick Coffee has mastered the art of smallbatch roasting. The owners will share their passion for coffeeand provide samples to satisfy your thirsty palate. After a no-host lunch along 4th Avenue, you will check out the highlyrated patio at Sabines Caf Pass and explore the nuances oficed coffee. Enrollment deadline is May 29, 2015.

    Dragons and Damsels, June 25with Jeff BabsonIncrease your appreciation for dragonflies anddamselflies. These are large, incredibly beautiful insects that are becoming as popular with wildlifewatchers as birds and butterflies. Many speciesbear evocative names like dancers, mead-owhawks, skimmers, pondhawks and more. They are conspicuous components of mostfreshwater habitats. Special focus is given tospecies found in southern Arizona.

    Music and Lyrics of Stephen Sondheim, July 7 and 14with William GlazemanDelight in the genius of the most influential com-poser of the last half of the 20th century. Sondheimbrought us the music and lyrics for such notable musicals as Sweeney Todd, Into the Woods, West SideStory (lyrics) and the Pulitzer Prize winning Sunday in the Park with George. Your appreciation will be enhanced by musical video clips and live pianomusic. Also highlighted will be engaging facts aboutSondheims life and his unique approach to lyric writing for the Broadway stage.

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    WelcomeTake time for summer learning! CochiseColleges Center for Lifelong Learning(CLL), strives to educate our communitythrough affordable, quality courses. Wehave a wide range of non-credit classesand programs to continue your education.

    Sharon Gilman, DirectorAna Smith, Programming CoordinatorJoy Miller, Department AssistantCarol Moore, Office SpecialistCarol Downey, Publication Specialist

    Open your mind.An integral part of lifelong learning is the free exchange of ideas and viewpoints. That give-and-takeopens our minds and brings us to a whole new level ofenlightenment. Learn beyond your area of expertise and become more creative.

    Real people answering your questions.Online video instruction will only take you so far. Get theanswers to your questions from quality instructors withyears of experience. Benefit from interactive classes and determine that action leads to greater learning.

    Competitive advantage in the workplace.Rise to the challenges of a demanding work environment by stayingcurrent with new technology. Keep your career on the right track withclasses that hone your skills. Prepare yourself for eventual change inyour field and protect or advance your career.

    Life is Learning . . .

    Table of ContentsArts and Crafts...................................................2

    Computing.........................................................4

    Cooking..............................................................5

    Nature ................................................................6

    Professional Development...............................7

    Special Interest..................................................9

    Trips and Tours ................................................10

    Wellness ...........................................................11

    Our Instuctors .................................................13

    Maps.................................................................14

    Community Outreach .....................................15

    Registration Information and Form ..............16

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  • Faux Fun Classic with Linda CoffmanGet those special effects on your walls without paying theextra price. You can learn the secrets to stripes, diamond pat-terns, how to improve a bathroom appearance and what to dowith that niche in your wall. Linda Coffman is a professionalfaux painter with more than 20 years of experience. She willdemonstrate these techniques and give you a chance to tryeach one in class. *There is a required $29 kit fee, for a customroller, pan and DVD, to be paid to the instructor at the beginningof class. Attend both Faux Fun Classic and Faux Fun Suede for$69 plus kit fee OR $39 per class. Exact cash amount or check onlyfor in-class purchases or kit fees.Date Time Location Room CostSaturday, May 30 9:30 a.m. 12 p.m. SVC 401 $39*

    Faux Fun Suedewith Linda CoffmanTransform your walls into a personal statement! Watch experi-enced professional Linda Coffman and you can learn how togo from rustic to sleek modern or children's rooms. She willshow you an easier, "ulcer-free" way by using a special roller,paint and glaze. Bring a paint shirt and acquire ideas for yourspecial project. *There is a required $29 kit fee, for a custom roller,pan and DVD, to be paid to the instructor at the beginning ofclass. Attend both Faux Fun Suede and Faux Fun - Classic for $69plus workbook fee OR $39 per class. Exact cash amount or checkonly for in-class purchases or kit fees.Date Time Location Room CostSaturday, May 30 1 3:30 p.m. SVC 401 $39*

    Creating Contemporary Poetrywith Leslie ClarkMany people still believe that poetry must rhyme, but for thecontemporary poet, rhyme is just one of many tools used to

    write enchanting, meaningful poetry. Acquaint your-self with the techniques and methods todays poet has

    at his or her disposal. You will study a wide array of con-temporary poetry and write and share your poems with oneanother. Bring notebook, pens and pencils to class. Class meetsfour times.Date Time Location Room CostMondays, June 1 - 22 6 8 p.m. SVC 702 $55

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    Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy Peoplewith Craig CoffmanYou dont need years of weekly lessons to learn piano! In just afew hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to giveyou years of musical enjoyment. You can learn all the chordsyou will need to play any song in this one sessionany style,any key! For ages 13+. *There is a required $29 fee, for workbookand practice CD, to be paid to the instructor at the beginning ofclass. Attend both Instant Piano and How to Play Piano by Ear for$69 plus workbook fees OR $39 per class. Exact cash amount orcheck only for in-class purchases or kit fees. Keyboard not required.Date Time Location Room CostSaturday, May 30 9 a.m. 12 p.m. SVC 702 $39*

    How to Play Piano by Earwith Craig CoffmanExpand your musical horizons, free yourself from sheet-musicdependence and be the life of the party! You can learn one ofmusics deepest mysteries: how to play songs without relyingon music. This class is about practical presentation of musictheory that includes predicting chord progressions, learningfrom recordings and transposing. It is an ideal follow-up to theInstant Piano class and is open to anyone who has a basic understanding of chords on any instrument. *There is a required$29 fee, for workbook and practice CD, to be paid to the instructorat the beginning of class. Attend both Instant Piano and How toPlay Piano by Ear for $69 plus workbook fees OR $39 per class.Exact cash amount or check only for in-class purchases or kit fees.Keyboard not required..Date Time Location Room CostSaturday, May 30 12:45 3:15 p.m. SVC 702 $39*

    Instant Guitar for Hopelessly Busy Peoplewith Craig CoffmanTake this crash course and you will be shown some basicchords to get you playing along with your favorite songsright away. Class is limited to 15 students. For ages 13+. *Thereis a required $29 fee, for workbook and practice DVD, to be paid tothe instructor at the beginning of class. Exact cash amount orcheck only for in-class purchases or kit fees. Bring an acoustic guitar.Date Time Location Room CostSaturday, May 30 3:30 6 p.m. SVC 702 $39*

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    Music and Lyrics of Stephen Sondheimwith William GlazermanDelight in the genius of the most influential composer of the

    last half of the 20th century. Sondheim brought us themusic and lyrics for such notable musicals as Sweeney

    Todd, Into the Woods, West Side Story (lyrics) and thePulitzer Prize winning Sunday in the Park with George. Your appreciation will be enhanced by musical video clips and livepiano music. Also highlighted will be engaging facts aboutSondheims life and his unique approach to lyric writing for theBroadway stage. Class meets two times.Date Time Location Room CostTuesdays, July 7 and 14 5:30 6:30 p.m. SVC 700 $19

    Summer Reading Groupwith Beth OrozcoStimulate your mind with summer reading and share your

    insights in a relaxed group setting. Begin your experi-ence with Joyce Maynards novel, Labor Day, a love

    story through the eyes of a confused adolescent. Next,move on to Pat Conroys novel, Beach Music, a story of self-discovery as a man pursues answers to questions about hisfamily. You will analyze these first person point of view storiesduring discussions on the elements of fiction to include char-acterization, plot, voice, dialog and setting. You will need to readJoyce Maynards novel, Labor Day, before your first meeting. Classhas four sessions.Date Time Location Room CostTuesdays, July 7 - 28 5:30 7:30 p.m. SVC 702 $55

    Speed Ukulelewith Deborah LydonStart playing the ukulele in half a day and jam your first song infive minutes! This class is designed for the absolute begin-ner. It is a fun, crash course that will p