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Ballroom and Social Dance

In the mood to do something fun that is also good for you? This class will get your feet moving to the beat of a wide variety of music. No dance experience needed, just come prepared to have fun! Participants will start with the basics and work their way up to more flashy and complicated moves. Leading and following techniques are stressed throughout the course. Beginners, singles, and couples are welcome.

Instructor: Mike Buerck
Date: Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27, Mar. 6, 13 
Time: 6:30-7:45 
Location: DH124
Cost: $50$/75 a couple

"Can't Resist" Glue Batik

Batik is an ancient fabric art technique that originated in Indonesia. Artists in Indonesia, India, Africa, China and many other parts of the world have created beautiful batik fabrics that are unique to the materials, symbols, and ideas of their own culture. Traditionally, batik is created using a wax-resist, we will explore the beauty of fabric batik without the danger and anxiety of hot wax, and making it more cost friendly as well.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: Apr. 25
Time: 2:00-5:00 pm
Location: TBD
Cost: $25

Country Swing

Stop sitting on the sidelines while your friends dance! In this class you will learn three fun and easy dances: The Country Swing (AKA Bar Swing), Two-Step and Stationary Cha-Cha. You do not need a dance partner to take this class, so grab your boots and join us for some fun-filled Friday nights!

Instructor: Mike Buerck  
Date: Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27, Mar. 6, 13
Time: 7:45-9:00 p.m.
Location: DH124
Cost: $50/$75 a couple

Four Weeks to Better Photos

Do you have a new SLR camera or just want to improve your current photography skills? We have the class for you! We will cover: setting up you camera, focal points, composition, camera controls, all camera modes and their purpose along with how to use them. Once you've learned the basics, we will practice with a live shoot in the field.

Instructor: Tom Neumeyer
Date: Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27 
Time: 6:00-8:30 p.m. 
Location: DH124
Cost: $69

"Intoxicating" String Art

String art is very popular and fun. It is a great way to express your creativity. You will learn the basics of this form of art and will leave class with a lovely, one of kind piece of art that will look stylish in any room. We know that it will be fun and inspiring… But be careful, it can be addictive. Wouldn’t what you to get strung out…hehe.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: Apr. 4 
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD
Cost: $25

"Link Arms" Arm Knitting

Learn the basics of arm knitting and complete your own super-soft, chunky cowl in less than an hour! Arm knitting is just like regular knitting, except that your arms are the needles. I know. Once you get into the flow it becomes meditative and calming, it’s mind blowing! The only downside? Don’t get stuck with your arms handcuffed in the middle of a row when you’re trying to answer the phone. All you need to get started are two skeins of yarn in your favorite color (and your arms)!

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: Mar. 7 
Time: 2:00-5:00 pm
Location: TBD
Cost: $25

“Looming Issues” Weaving

Weaving is one of the most ancient forms of human creativity. Baskets and textiles would not have been possible without weaving. In this craft therapy you will experience working with the basic concept of weaving but with a twist. It’s very relaxing and hopefully no tangled webs. So put all your issues aside and come join the fun. Items to bring: scrap yarns (variety of colors), scrap fabrics, and ball of twine.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus
Date: May 9
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD
Cost: $25

“No Tears” Progressive Watercolor

Humans are like onions. We have layers to us. Layers of feelings. Layers of history. Layers of struggles. As we work through one layer of healing, then another layer appears. Perhaps not right away, but eventually another layer must be worked through. This is how we become progressive. Just like us, Progressive painting also has layers. Will this become a metaphor for your layered life?  Come and create a one of a kind piece of art (just like you) without the smell or tears.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: May 14 
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD 
Cost: $25

Making Memories Remain—Memory-Keeper

Every family has its own stories, hilarious and tragic, but every family does not have its very own memory-keeper. Of course, your grandpa may be a storyteller, extraordinaire, or your Uncle Fred may be known for spinning a yarn or two in his day, but one day, they will not be around to tell their story for the umpteenth time. Why not record their stories by creating a picture through words? Why not capture the story of how Aunt Erma came to create her potato salad with the special ingredient? Why not know the story behind your mother’s chicken potpie or why your family believes that two dollar bills are bad luck? The Memory-keeper course,which is presented in four week sessions, helps you capture your family stories and recipes so that you can pass those wonderful bits of family history on to your children, and your children’s children.

Instructor: Dawn Bollinger
Date: Feb. 9, 16, 23, Mar. 2
Time: 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Location: DH124
Cost: $69

On Location Photography

Visit Downtown Cape Girardeau and shoot with professional photographer Tom Nuemeyer. You will experience a variety of shooting locations and backgrounds. Our walking tour will allow you to explore the historic atmosphere of old town Cap. You will take photos while discussing techniques to improve images with emphasis on color, compositions and location.

Instructor: Tom Neumeyer
Date: May 3, 11 
Time: 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Location: DH124
Cost: $49

Red Cross Pet First Aid

Learn how to respond to health emergencies and provide basic first aid for the four-legged members of your family. Practice and preparation will help you be calm and effective in an emergency, protecting you and your animal from further injury or suffering.

Instructor: Christine Beardslee 
Date: May 5
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm
Location: JH101 
Cost: $49

"Refocusing" Rag Rug

Rag rugs have a history and were born primarily out of recessional times, where materials and decorative supplies were scarce. Typically they were crafted from leftover fabrics that had already lived one life. Reuse and recycle fabric or pare down your fabric stash while making a unique rug that is decorative and functional. Whether you’ve got a stack of old jeans or t-shirts begging to be repurposed or a swathe of velvet in your favorite color, you can now make your own warm & inviting piece of rag rug art beautiful enough to use in any room.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: Mar. 12 
Time: 2:00-5:00 pm
Location: TBD 
Cost: $25

Spring into Pottery

The class will make pottery inspired by the arrival of Spring, such as decorative planters, flower vases, and Easter inspired forms. Students will be introduced to basic hand building with clay and the pottery wheel. Pottery will be glazed and fired in an electric kiln and will be food safe.

Instructor: Benjie Heu 
Date: Mar. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD
Cost: $59

Homebrewing Made Easy: Making Your Own Beer at Home

This class will teach you how easy it is to make your own beer at home. Participate in the art of home brewing as you learn the skills and techniques to brew your own beer in your own home. You will learn the specifics about how malt, hops and yeast affect beer.

Instructor: John Huber
Date: Mar. 21
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Location: 3463 Highway FFJackson MO USA 63755
Cost: $69

Irish Whiskey 101

After taking this class, you’ll be well versed in concepts such as the role of peat in whisky-making, chill filtration. Ireland’s whisky making regions how to nose and taste, evaluation and even how to pronounce Gaelic words. Signature cocktail, 6 drams of whiskey and light appetizers provided. Whisky is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. Different grains are used for different types, including barley, malted barley, malted rye, rye, buckwheat, corn and wheat. Whisky is typically aged in wooden casks, made generally of charred white oak. Whisky is a strictly worldwide regulated spirit with many different classes and types. The unifying differences of the classes and types are the fermentation of grains, distillation, and aging in wooden barrels. This should be a fun and informative class.

Instructor: Keller Ford
Date: Mar. 12
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: TBD 
Cost: $69

Wine your Way Through Italy

If you'd like to become more familiar with the main regions, grapes and classic styles of the wines of Italy, this class is for you! We'll taste wines from the North – Verona, Friuli, Piedmont - and then head south to Tuscany, Umbria, Campagne, Puglia and Calabria, and then to the islands of Sardegna and Sicily. Enjoy learning while tasting your way through the Italian countryside.... no passport needed!

Instructor: Keller Ford 
Date: Apr. 16
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: TBD 
Cost: $45

Basic Cake Decorating!

Begin with the basics!! During our Basic Cake Decorating Class, your instructor, Nicole Huff of Sugarbuzz Bakery, will demonstrate how to level, cut, fill and assemble a pre-made chocolate cake and color buttercream with gel color. From there, learn the proper way to crumb coat a cake, fill a piping bag, use a coupler, exchange tips and various piping techniques including rosettes, shell border, dots and handwriting. Practice what you’ve learned on your own cake form!

Instructor: Nicole Huff
Date: Apr.  18
Time: 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $59

Basic to Intermediate Stained Glass

From antiquity to Tiffany, people have loved stained glass for great color, beauty and its unique structural and symbolic importance. Learn how artists and hobbyists carry on this tradition in this course designed for beginner to intermediate students. You will learn glass cutting and shaping, traditional leading and Tiffany style. All materials and tools will be supplied by your instructor. Learn a new skill and take home your own beautiful creation!

Instructor: Dick McClard & Brenda Schearf
Date: Mar. 9, 10, 16, 17
Time: 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $69 + $85 for Supplies

Bridge 101: The Basics

Want to make you life more challenging and interesting? Learn the basics of the most interesting card game on the planet! you start to play the first week. For those who have played very little or not at all - our Bridge 101 course is for you! The basics of bidding and play will be covered, but the emphasis will be on playing for fun.

Instructor: Shirley Gelsheimer
Date: Thursdays, March 12th - April 16th
Time: 1-3:30 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $49 or 2 for $75

"Can't Resist" Glue Batik

Batik is an ancient fabric art technique that originated in Indonesia. Artists in Indonesia, India, Africa, China and many other parts of the world have created beautiful batik fabrics that are unique to the materials, symbols, and ideas of their own culture. Traditionally, batik is created using a wax-resist, we will explore the beauty of fabric batik without the danger and anxiety of hot wax, and making it more cost friendly as well.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: Apr. 25
Time: 2:00-5:00 pm 
Location: TBD
Cost: $25

Cookie Decorating With Sugar Buzz

Learn techniques for decorating beautiful seasonal-themed cookies with Nicole Huff of Sugar Buzz Bakery. Cookie baking, royal icing, flooding, fondant, piping and use of sprinkles and a number of other techniques are typically covered. Each student will leave with their own decorated cookies from this hands on class. (Participants will be provided with a sugar-cookie recipe upon registration. Please bake and bring at least one dozen cookies to be iced in this workshop. Cookies can be any shape but pastel icing colors will be used in this workshop.)

Instructor: Christine Beardslee 
Date: Mar. 28
Time: 1:00-4:30 p.m. 
Location: DH124
Cost: $59

eBay Basics

Want to clean your closet, make extra income or start an online auction business? This workshop is a great place to start! We will start at the beginning with the creation of an eBay account and move on to details such as how to post images and how long to list auctions. Included will be a discussion of “tips and traps” for eBay sellers. We will also tell you how to get FREE shipping supplies and print postage from your own home computer…not long post office lines for participants of this class!

Instructor: Brian Day & Christy Mershon 
Date: Apr. 10
Time: 6:00-9:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD
Cost: $69

Essential Oils 101

Essentials oils are more than just nice scents! These powerful plant extracts could help lead the way to lifelong wellness. This workshop will help you discover their many uses. The goal of this three-hour workshop is to expose you to an overview of oils and the various therapeutic benefits they can provide. In addition, you will get to sample various oils, try recipes for your health and ask lots of questions. The class fee includes samples and reference materials you can take home. 

Instructor: Brian Day
Date: Feb. 26
Time: 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Location: DH124
Cost: $49

Every Pet Goes To Heaven

At some point, every pet parent will face providing for their pet’s special needs as they age, and end-of-life issues.  Ideally,  this won’t occur until after a very long, healthy, and fulfilling life.  We’ll focus on keeping your pet healthy and vital as long as possible, begin planning for the day when your pet begins to have later life stage special needs, examine end-of-life issues and options (including pawspice), and begin preparations for your family’s healing after the loss.  This course is designed to assist parents of pets at all life stages—from pet infancy to octogenarian (at least in dog years).  Must be at least 16 to attend the session.

Instructor: Lori Mueller
Date: Mar. 18
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m. 
Location: SC418
Cost: $20

Guitar Building

Have you ever dreamed about building your own guitar? Join master guitar builder, Michael Davis of Melo-Dee Guitars, in this workshop and make your dream come true. You will be designing and building a basic acoustic guitar from scratch…no kits are used here! The cost of the course includes all materials required to complete your basic guitar. This is a one-on-one experience: student and luthier. Each day we will be busy hitting benchmarks to ensure the completion of your guitar. First class is a prebuild meeting to discuss the whole process of your build. Woodworking experience is not required. Each student meets with Michael 10 times.

Instructor: Michael Davis
Date: Feb 16 - Mar. 16 on Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 6 - May 4 on Tuesdays & Thursdays
Time: 4:00-6:00 p.m. & 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $825

"Intoxicating" String Art

String art is very popular and fun. It is a great way to express your creativity. You will learn the basics of this form of art and will leave class with a lovely, one of kind piece of art that will look stylish in any room. We know that it will be fun and inspiring… But be careful, it can be addictive. Wouldn’t what you to get strung out…hehe.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: Apr. 4
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $25

"Link Arms" Arm Knitting

Learn the basics of arm knitting and complete your own super-soft, chunky cowl in less than an hour! Arm knitting is just like regular knitting, except that your arms are the needles. I know. Once you get into the flow it becomes meditative and calming, it’s mind blowing! The only downside? Don’t get stuck with your arms handcuffed in the middle of a row when you’re trying to answer the phone. All you need to get started are two skeins of yarn in your favorite color (and your arms)!

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: Mar. 7 
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD
Cost: $25

“Looming Issues” Weaving

Weaving is one of the most ancient forms of human creativity. Baskets and textiles would not have been possible without weaving. In this craft therapy you will experience working with the basic concept of weaving but with a twist. It’s very relaxing and hopefully no tangled webs. So put all your issues aside and come join the fun. Items to bring: scrap yarns (variety of colors), scrap fabrics, and ball of twine.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus
Date: May 9
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD
Cost: $25

“No Tears” Progressive Watercolor

Humans are like onions. We have layers to us. Layers of feelings. Layers of history. Layers of struggles. As we work through one layer of healing, then another layer appears. Perhaps not right away, but eventually another layer must be worked through. This is how we become progressive. Just like us, Progressive painting also has layers. Will this become a metaphor for your layered life?  Come and create a one of a kind piece of art (just like you) without the smell or tears.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: May 14 
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD 
Cost: $25

"Refocusing" Rag Rug

Rag rugs have a history and were born primarily out of recessional times, where materials and decorative supplies were scarce. Typically they were crafted from leftover fabrics that had already lived one life. Reuse and recycle fabric or pare down your fabric stash while making a unique rug that is decorative and functional. Whether you’ve got a stack of old jeans or t-shirts begging to be repurposed or a swathe of velvet in your favorite color, you can now make your own warm & inviting piece of rag rug art beautiful enough to use in any room.

Instructor: Deana Luetkenhaus 
Date: Mar. 12 
Time: 2:00-5:00 pm 
Location: TBD 
Cost: $29

Shockingly Easy: Home Electrical Basics

During our shockingly easy workshop you will learn the basics of house wiring including: replacing light switches, replacing a receptacle outlet, marking repairs to electrical cords and other basic DIY tasks. Electrical safety will be emphasized as well as knowing when to call in a licensed electrician.

Instructor: Jared Snell
Date: Mar. 5, 12, 19
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $69

Shoppe La La Furniture Painting 101

In this one-day workshop, you will learn painting and distressing techniques for your dated or dull furniture that will make your home more colorful and interesting. Bring your own small piece of furniture to this workshop and totally transform it with the techniques and materials you’ll pick up.

Instructor: Susan Hall of Shoppe La La
Date: Mar. 5 or Apr. 3
Time: 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $75

Spring into Pottery

The class will make pottery inspired by the arrival of Spring, such as decorative planters, flower vases, and Easter inspired forms. Students will be introduced to basic hand building with clay and the pottery wheel. Pottery will be glazed and fired in an electric kiln and will be food safe.

Instructor: Benjie Heu 
Date: Mar. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $59

Watercolor Landscapes

Learn compositional principles, texturing techniques, and color choices helpful in creating luminous landscape paintings. This class is open to watercolorists at any stage of pratice. Open Window Studio artist Kelly hughes offers guidance and encouragement as you explore the fluid beauty of this medium.

Instructor: Kelly Hughes
Date: Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $69

Wedding Planning 101

Learn the In and Outs of wedding planning from roses to registry. Including:

  • Creating your timeline
  • Best DIY projects (what to spend time on and what NOT to try at home)
  • Budget busters and builders
  • Picking the perfect vendors (what to ask)
  • Wedding Day disasters (how to prepare, avoid and overcome)
  • Taste, see, smell (samples and demos)

Instructor: Connie Schmidt
Date: Mar. 2
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: DH124
Cost: $59

Wine Bottle Lamp Making

In this “easy to do” how-to workshop, we will be taking a wine bottle and turning it into a unique lamp project for the wine aficionado in your life. Learn the techniques to replicate this process at home (including how to keep bottles from cracking and safely wiring your lamp.)

Instructor: Jared Snell
Date: Apr. 23
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m. 
Location: TBD
Cost: $25 plus $25 for supplies

Missouri Red Rocks Tour

Visit Missouri Red Quarry, and surrounding region, including Johnson Shut-Ins Visitor Center. View the quarry where red granite is harvested, cut into slabs using diamond band technology, and prepared for use for everything from countertops to grave markers. Have a great lunch (included) and visit points of historic interest in the surrounding area. Your tour guides will be Dr. Frank Nickell, Christy Mershon, and Julie Grueneberg.

Instructor: Dr. Frank Nickell, Christy Mershon, and Julie Grueneberg 
Date: Mar. 20
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Meet in Dempster Parking Lot
Cost: $69

iPad: Socialize, Read, & Shop

Want to socialize with friends, shop, or even read a good book all from your couch? Join us discover how to use your iPad for social networking, finding friends, shopping through eBay and Amazon, and using the iBooks & Kindle apps to enjoy a good book. Bring your iPad and see just what else it can do!

Instructor: Egbar Ozenkoski 
Date: Mar. 16, 18
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: SC312
Cost: $25

iPhone: Beyond the Basics

If you can make a call (and other basics), but know your iPhone can do so much more, come learn how to make it happen! In this class we will cover iMessage, Facetime, Maps, Mail, Apple Pay and a number of other apps. We will also discuss privacy settings and how to make Siri work for you! Bring your iPhone and your questions to this interactive session.

Instructor: Egbar Ozenkoski 
Date: Feb. 11, 18
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: SC312
Cost: $25

Mac Computers: It’s not so different!

Come and learn the basics of navigating a Mac operating system (Yosemite) and what a Mac computer can do for you! This introductory course will explain the basics of the software and how it isn’t so different once you give it a chance. If you have a Mac, bring it, but if you want to learn before buying, that’s fine too!

Instructor: Egbar Ozenkoski
Date: Apr. 13, 15
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: SC312
Cost: $25

Magazine Article Writing Workshop

Want to see your by line in your favorite magazines? Do you already have magazine article ideas you want to bring to life? Whether you want to write for children’s magazines, women’s magazines, specialty magazines or The New Yorker, this workshop will get you going in the right direction. Bring copies of magazines or copies of articles, your article ideas and drafts to this one night workshop. Along with preparing your article for publication, you will also learn the ins and outs of getting an editor to take notice of your work.

Instructor: Sandra Newsome 
Date: Feb. 26
Time: 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Location: DH24
Cost: $29

Pharmacy Technician

This comprehensive 50 hour program will prepare students to work as a pharmacy technician in a retail or other pharmacy setting and to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Course content includes: pharmacy medical terminology, the history of pharmacy, the pharmacy practice in multiple environments, pharmacy calculations and measurements, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Through classroom lecture and hands on labs, students will review dosage calculations, drug classifications, the “top 200 drugs”, I.V. flow rates, sterile compounding, dose conversions, aseptic technique, the handling of sterile products, total parental nutrition (TPN), dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement.

Instructor: TBD 
Date: Mar. 25 - May 13
Time: 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Location: SC418
Cost: $999

See Jane Write: Picture Books for Children

Get an introduction to the craft of writing for children and the business of publishing all in one easy workshop. Creating your own picture-book manuscript can be as simple as Jack and Jill climbing that fateful hill when you attend this four week seminar! Work with other would-be writers to get feedback and strengthen your skills through roundtable discussions and revisions. You will also receive an overview of the editing and publishing processes. Bring two of your favorite picture books to the first meeting and come prepared to discuss them.

Instructor: Sandra Newsome 
Date: Mar. 5, 12, 19, 26
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: DH124
Cost: $59

Proofread like a Professional

Any good proofreader knows that there is more to the job than using spellcheck. This two-hour workshop is full of tips and trick to help you proof like a pro. We will cover standard proofreading marks (and what they mean) and discover the difference between proofing and editing. Our hands-on exercises will have you spotting common errors and catching some uncommon ones too!

Instructor: Sandra Newsome
Date: Mar. 10
Time: 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Location: DH124
Cost: $39

Using Your Apple Devices Together

Did you know Apple products are designed to work together? From continuality to iCloud, Apple has integrated many features to help you pick up where you left off when changing to another device. Features like Airdrop even help you work with other’s using Apple products. Join us to discover the benefits of having one Apple product, and the family they can be.

Instructor: Egbar Ozenkoski 
Date: May 11
Time: 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Location: SC312
Cost: $25

All ACT classes are $25 each OR one session for $75

ACT Prep, Session 1: English

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies

Instructor: Dale Haskell
Date: Jan. 27
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 1: Science

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Kay Hendrix
Date: Jan. 29
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 1: Reading

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Josh DeVrise
Date: Feb. 3
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 1: Math

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Mary Shelton
Date: Feb. 5
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 2: English

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Dale Haskell
Date: Oct. 16
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 2: Science

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Kay Hendrix
Date: Apr. 9
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 2: Reading

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Josh DeVries 
Date: Apr. 14
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 2: Math

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Mary Shelton
Date: Apr. 16
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 3: English

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Dale Haskell
Date: Jun. 2
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 3: Science

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Kay Hendrix
Date: Jun. 4
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 3: Reading

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Josh DeVrise
Date: Jun. 9
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

ACT Prep, Session 3: Math

The ACT Prep provides a systematic review of the ACT components: Math, Science, English, and Reading. Unlike CD and paper reviews, our ACT prep classes give access to an instructor with knowledge and expertise in his/her subject area and test taking strategies.

Instructor: Mary Shelton
Date: Jun. 11
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Dempster Hall 025
Cost: $25

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