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US History I
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US History I

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Calendar Sep 4, 2019
This course covers the social, political, and economic development of the United States from the Civil War period through the mid-1900's.
Volunteer Hours
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Volunteer Hours

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Calendar Sep 3, 2019
Hours for our volunteers.

Watercolor Still Life

$100

with Lynn Driscoll

Calendar Oct 17, 2019 at 5 pm, runs for 4 weeks

This four week class will be for intermediate students that have been painting for awhile and have taken some prior watercolor classes. I will be setting up a colorful still life that we will paint for this series. Our focus will be on value, color and light. New techniques such as under painting, saran wrap and rubbing alcohol will be introduced. This will be a great class to advance in!!

Western Square Dance
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Western Square Dance

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Calendar Sep 18, 2019
The Swinging Bears Square Dance Club is sponsoring squared ancing for interested participants. Instruction will be offered for beginners, as well as mainstream and plus level dancing. From January to May is Part 2 or a refresher course in square dancing. Fee is $4.00 every Wednesday that school is in session 6:30 to 7:45. Advanced 7:45-9:00.

Woodworking Basics

$50

with John Bartlett

Calendar Oct 2, 2019 at 5 pm, runs for 6 weeks

This hands-on hobby class begins with instruction on shop and equipment safety, the correct use of tools and equipment, proper woodworking techniques, and project planning. Students will work to create a beautiful, finished wood project of their choosing. Required student-provided personal protective equipment: safety glasses, closed-toed shoes or boots, gloves appropriate for working with wood and hand tools.

World History I
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World History I

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Calendar Sep 3, 2019
In this class, the five themes of Geography (location, place, human-environment interaction, movement and region) are applied to the study of the creation of the earliest human civilizations (River Valley Civilizations). While studying these civilizations, we will define what makes a population a civilization, touching on topics like language, law and order and culture.




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