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Basic Computer Skills
with Teresa Drag
Students will explore the Windows desktop, learn mouse skills, navigating folders and files, navigating the internet, sending emails (is students don’t already have an email account they will learn how to set one up). They will also learn about security and what to be cautious of when using computers. Students will get a brief introduction to useful programs (MS Office).
with Carol Cottrill
This beginning course will cover the basics needed to get started in the exciting hobby of beekeeping. Participants will be shown how to assemble hive equipment, use a smoker and veil, acquire bees and install them in a hive, inspect and manage a hive throughout the seasons and produce honey. Textbook, First Lessons in Beekeeping, can be purchased from instructor at first class.
with Rick Chase
Learn to use the telescope at the Twitchell Observatory to survey the night skies. You must be able to climb the ladder to the telescope. Adults who complete the course may be certified to use the observatory on their own.
with Terry Robinson
“I’ve always wanted to learn the night sky!” Have you ever said this? This class is just what you need to get started! You will learn constellations, all the bright stars, plus we map stars to find them. IMPORTANT: Class postponed due to weather will be rescheduled for one of the alternate nights - please be available for those nights, if needed. Bring: clipboard, pencil, paper, and a head lamp with a steady red light (non-blinking).
Alternate dates:Saturday, June 9Friday, June 15Saturday, June 16