January 14, 2003
INFORMATION: Sue Bozman or John McElwain, (661) 362-3415 or 3494
Community Extension Classes: Do Something Fun!
With the holidays over and the kids back in school, now is the time for a little diversion. Why not take a class that is just for fun? The Community Extension Office at College of the Canyons offers classes and opportunities for personal, professional and skill development, as well as cultural enrichment and recreational enjoyment for all ages. Some of the classes being offered in February are:
- Let's Have Tea
- Nan Taylor, an expert on "Tea and Hospitality," will teach now to set the tea table, proper etiquette, what to serve and other essentials of cream tea and high tea. If your only experience is limited to a tea bag and a mug, this class is for you! (Bring your own teacup and saucer to class).
- Saturday Feb. 8, 2003
- 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
- Fee:$35 / plus a $10 materials fee and a $3 non-refundable processing fee
- Standard First Aid
- This four-hour course taught by Raybond Burke is targeted toward lay responders. It involves lecture and hands-on practice of victim assessment, treatment for bleeding, shocks, wounds, burns, as well as head, spinal, chest, pelvis, and abdominal injuries. Topics also include treatment for fractures, diabetic emergencies, poisoning, bites, and climate-related injuries such as hypothermia and heat stroke.
- Saturday, Feb. 8 OR Mar 8, 2003
- 9 a.m. -1 p.m.
- Fee:$45 / plus $25 optional book and a $3 non-refundable processing fee.
- Better Living With Feng Shui
- Find out how the physical environment of where you live and work can impact your health, relationships, and income. Be prepared to have fun while learning to apply the basic principles and wisdom of this 4,000-year-old ancient Chinese art to your home and/or office. Kathy Zimmerman helps students understand why some houses are more comfortable than others, the best sleeping directions, and much more
- Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2003
- Fee: $40 / plus a $3 non-refundable processing fee.
For additional information or to register, call the College of the Canyons Community Extension Office at (661) 362-3304. These are just some of the many "fee-based, self-supporting" educational opportunities offered by College of the Canyons' Community Extension and are not associated with the taxpayer-supported credit classes offered by the college.