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An Introduction To Voiceovers $49

Are people always telling you that you have a great voice? Do you often find yourself listening to your favorite audiobook, commercial or cartoon character and thinking, “I could do that”? If so, then you could have what it takes to begin working as a professional Voiceover Artist. Being a Voiceover Artist is a fun and rewarding job! Current Voiceover trends have made it easy and affordable for just about anyone to get involved. In this fun and empowering 90 minute Introductory workshop, you will learn about the different types of voiceovers and what tools are needed in order to find success in the voiceover industry. Your instructor will coach you in this one-on-one video chat setting as you read from real scripts, taking notes on your performance so you can receive a professional voice evaluation later. After the class, you will have the knowledge necessary to help you decide if this is something you’d like to pursue. Check out the video at http:// www.voicesforall.com/ooo to get a better sense of how the class works. Come ready to laugh, learn and be inspired... This class is taught by a professional voice actor from the voice acting training company, Voices For All.

Online with Voices For All (This course is available on-demand. Contact us for more information.)

Multi-Genre Literature Workshop $49

Contemporary fiction, mystery, comedy, horror, fantasy, nonfiction and poetry – so many ways to tell a story!! No matter your style or genre, come join this six week workshop of exploring genres and topics, writing styles and development. Bring your ideas and/or writing samples beginning the first week. Each week we will read and discuss various published literature and we will share and discuss our writings and process with peer group feedback. Short stories, novels, poetry, essays, memoirs, screenplays, and all other forms of writing are welcomed.

April 14,21,28 May 5,12 from 6-9pm with Sandra Newsome

Ballroom and Social Dance $50/$75 a couple

Want to impress your friends on the dance floor and knock the socks off your family at the next wedding? Ballroom dancing is taught in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. Traditional ballroom dancing will impress guests at weddings and formal events. Dancing is a way to meet new people, spice up the romance and exercise! Students will learn a waltz and two-step. If time permits, we may also learn a barn dance!

Feb 12,19,26 March 4,11,18 from 6-7:15pm with Mike Buerck

Swing Into Spring: Country Style $50/$75 a couple

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 is 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.

Feb 12,19,26 March 4,11,18 from 7:30-8:45pm with Mike Buerck

The Wedding Dancer $50/$75 a couple

Wedding season is right around the corner! Are you ready? You don’t need any dance experience to ROCK your reception! Do you want to be a wallflower or get out there on the dance floor? This class will be easy to follow and loads of fun! From classics like the cupid shuffle to modern sensations like “Happy” we can make your first/ feature dance the talk of the town.

March 24, 31, April 7 and 14 from 6:30-7:45pm with Robyn Gross

Beginning Spanish and Language Learning Stratgies $69

This course will dive into level one of Spanish and focus on the communicative, rather the grammatical, aspects of language. We will be focusing on language learning strategies that will help the class to continue to learn after our course is finished. Come join us if you will be traveling to a Spanish-speaking country, work alongside Spanish speakers, or just would like to learn a new skill.

March 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 from 6-9pm with with Johannah Froemsdorf

The Art of Digital Photography $69

Would you like to learn more about digital photography and how to take better pictures without using Photoshop? This course is for the intermediate-level photographer. This four-week course is interactive and involves photographing a subject for each class. It covers the elements of composition; mastering the camera controls; exposure and lighting; how to better photograph family and friends, places, and things; getting the most from your camera, and photography as a means of documentation and an art form.

March 28 April 4,11,18 from 6-8:30pm with Tom Neumeyer

Writing for Children Workshop $59

Eric Carle, Shel Silverstein, Dr. Seuss and others typically come to mind when someone mentions children’s authors. In this four-week workshop, discover the various types of popular children’s books, the process of writing for children and how to create proposals and query letters for you finished product. Bring your story idea and/or any children’s writing project you have started on the first night. The goal is to complete a first draft of a picture book or a first chapter of a children’s or young adult literature novel.

March 1,8,15,22 from 6-8pm with Sandra Newsome

Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media $49

Whether you own or manage a business or have aspirations to be a freelance copywriter, this course will define the basics of copywriting for print and electronic media including ads, newsletters, emails, direct mail and sales literature, PR pieces, websites and much more. You will discover how to develop a creative strategy to position and brand a business within the marketing spectrum. Participants in the workshop will complete small, creative projects to practice skills and will develop a plan for a larger project.

March 24,31 April 7 from 6:30-9pm with Sandra Newsome

Open Up: Writing for Healing $49

Words can hurt, but words can also heal, reduce stress and help to clear you mind. This three-week workshop, offered in a safe and supportive environment, will lend to exploring various writing techniques and genres – both creative and therapeutic – that can be used to enhance well-being and stress reduction/release.

April 5,12,19 from 6:30-8:30pm with Sandra Newsome

Multi-Genre Literature Workshop $49

Contemporary fiction, mystery, comedy, horror, fantasy, nonfiction and poetry – so many ways to tell a story!! No matter your style or genre, come join this six week workshop of exploring genres and topics, writing styles and development. Bring your ideas and/or writing samples beginning the first week. Each week we will read and discuss various published literature and we will share and discuss our writings and process with peer group feedback. Short stories, novels, poetry, essays, memoirs, screenplays, and all other forms of writing are welcomed.

April 14,21,28 May 5,12 from 6-9pm with Sandra Newsome

Photographing People $49

Produce great digital pictures of people, indoors or outside. This class covers the basics of posing and lighting your subjects to get the look you want and to get the best results from your photos. Learn to take quality candid photos of adults and children at work or at play. Discuss the importance of lighting and lens selection. Use the techniques learned to photograph your classmates on a special class field trip.

April 12 and 19 from 6-8pm with Tom Neumeyer

Home Remedies and First Aid

Come learn the “ins and outs” of foraging for edible plants and herbs. You will also know what to do with them once you find them. Also put together a first aid kit made with all natural components!

March 1 from 6:30-9pm

Herbal Teas

Learn how to brew with herbs! We will look at herbal tea recipes and study the health benefits of each one. Explore which herbs and wild edibles available in our region.

March 22 from 6:30-9pm

Homemade Convenience and Cleaning Supplies

Want to replace processed foods? Explore substitutes for many storebought snacks and meals! We will also be learning how to make household cleaning supplies with household ingredients.

April 5 from 6:30-9pm

Butter Cream Piping $59

In this two-hour hands-on class, learn about the different pastry tips available to decorate cakes with buttercream icing. Participants pipe borders and create side designs, flowers, garlands, and swirls. These skills result in creating a simple or dramatic looking cake.

April 23 from 1-3 with Nicole from Sugar Buzz

Easter Cupcakes $59

What An Egg-cellent Idea! Hop on over to our do-it-yourself studio and learn to decorate some cute cupcakes for all your peeps. From carrots, to chicks, to cottontails, your sweet creations will be a celebration of all things Easter. 4 cupcakes per person are provided for decorating - Includes all the tools and supplies - Includes instruction from our expert decorator.

March 5 from 1-4:30pm with Nicole from Sugar Buzz

Wine Mixoloy! $69

Nothing is more fun and relaxing than getting together with some friends to have a drink! We will be concocting delicious cocktails with wines and fresh ingredients from your local grocery store. No doubt you will learn some great tips for your next party or get together while you enjoy our tasty recipes! Some light snacks will be provided. (Must be 21 or older to attend.)

April 1 from 6-10pm with Ashley Lokey

Butter Cream Piping $59

In this two-hour hands-on class, learn about the different pastry tips available to decorate cakes with buttercream icing. Participants pipe borders and create side designs, flowers, garlands, and swirls. These skills result in creating a simple or dramatic looking cake.

April 23 from 1-3 with Nicole from Sugar Buzz

Easter Cupcakes $59

What An Egg-cellent Idea! Hop on over to our do-it-yourself studio and learn to decorate some cute cupcakes for all your peeps. From carrots, to chicks, to cottontails, your sweet creations will be a celebration of all things Easter. 4 cupcakes per person are provided for decorating - Includes all the tools and supplies - Includes instruction from our expert decorator.

March 5 from 1-4:30pm with Nicole from Sugar Buzz

Wine Mixoloy! $69

Nothing is more fun and relaxing than getting together with some friends to have a drink! We will be concocting delicious cocktails with wines and fresh ingredients from your local grocery store. No doubt you will learn some great tips for your next party or get together while you enjoy our tasty recipes! Some light snacks will be provided. (Must be 21 or older to attend.)

April 1 from 6-10pm with Ashley Lokey

An Introduction To Voiceovers $49

Are people always telling you that you have a great voice? Do you often find yourself listening to your favorite audiobook, commercial or cartoon character and thinking, “I could do that”? If so, then you could have what it takes to begin working as a professional Voiceover Artist. Being a Voiceover Artist is a fun and rewarding job! Current Voiceover trends have made it easy and affordable for just about anyone to get involved. In this fun and empowering 90 minute Introductory workshop, you will learn about the different types of voiceovers and what tools are needed in order to find success in the voiceover industry. Your instructor will coach you in this one-on-one video chat setting as you read from real scripts, taking notes on your performance so you can receive a professional voice evaluation later. After the class, you will have the knowledge necessary to help you decide if this is something you’d like to pursue. Check out the video at http:// www.voicesforall.com/ooo to get a better sense of how the class works. Come ready to laugh, learn and be inspired... This class is taught by a professional voice actor from the voice acting training company, Voices For All.

Online with Voices For All (This course is available on-demand. Contact us for more information.)

Photographing People $49

Produce great digital pictures of people, indoors or outside. This class covers the basics of posing and lighting your subjects to get the look you want and to get the best results from your photos. Learn to take quality candid photos of adults and children at work or at play. Discuss the importance of lighting and lens selection. Use the techniques learned to photograph your classmates on a special class field trip.

April 12 and 19 from 6-8pm with Tom Neumeyer

Pinterest 101 $29

Pinterest is a place for visual-bookmarking that you share with others. It’s a great way to keep track of all those things you’ve been wanting to try and a fabulous way to discover new and inspiring ideas. (Please bring an email address and password you would like to use.)

March 14 from 6-8pm with Micheal King and Christy Mershon

Spring Into Pinterest $69

Whether you are new to Pinterest or an experienced veteran, you are sure to have fun at this amazing class. We will go through various springtime pins and do them together. You don’t have to be artistic or crafty to take this class and you will get to bring your creations home!

April 9 from 9-1pm and 2-6pm with Ashley Lokey

Facebook 101 $29

Connect with your family and friends online. In this beginner’s class you will learn how to: Set up a Facebook account, find and connect with family and friends, upload pictures and videos, share articles and content and participate in groups. Must have working knowledge of computers and an active email address. (Please bring email address and password to class.)

April 11 from 6-8pm with Christy Mershon and Micheal King

Multi-Genre Literature Workshop $49

Contemporary fiction, mystery, comedy, horror, fantasy, nonfiction and poetry – so many ways to tell a story!! No matter your style or genre, come join this six week workshop of exploring genres and topics, writing styles and development. Bring your ideas and/or writing samples beginning the first week. Each week we will read and discuss various published literature and we will share and discuss our writings and process with peer group feedback. Short stories, novels, poetry, essays, memoirs, screenplays, and all other forms of writing are welcomed.

April 14,21,28 May 5,12 from 6-9pm with Sandra Newsome

Pig Parent? $10

So, are you considering adding a pig to your family? Owning a pig can either be the beginning of a wonderful love affair or the beginning of overwhelming responsibility for which you are not prepared. Since this will be a long term relationship, you should ask yourself a few serious questions to determine if you are ready to become a pig owner. Join mini pig parents Ryan and Amanda Heslinga for this mini-workshop (pun intended) designed to prepare you for the realities of introducing a miniature pig to your family.

April 9 from 1-3:30pm with Ryan and Amanda Heslinga

Ballroom and Social Dance $50/$75 a couple

Want to impress your friends on the dance floor and knock the socks off your family at the next wedding? Ballroom dancing is taught in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. Traditional ballroom dancing will impress guests at weddings and formal events. Dancing is a way to meet new people, spice up the romance and exercise! Students will learn a waltz and two-step. If time permits, we may also learn a barn dance!

Feb 12,19,26 March 4,11,18 from 6-7:15pm with Mike Buerck

Swing Into Spring: Country Style $50/$75 a couple

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 is 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.

Feb 12,19,26 March 4,11,18 from 7:30-8:45pm with Mike Buerck

The Wedding Dancer $50/$75 a couple

Wedding season is right around the corner! Are you ready? You don’t need any dance experience to ROCK your reception! Do you want to be a wallflower or get out there on the dance floor? This class will be easy to follow and loads of fun! From classics like the cupid shuffle to modern sensations like “Happy” we can make your first/ feature dance the talk of the town.

March 24, 31, April 7 and 14 from 6:30-7:45pm with Robyn Gross

Prismatic Mobile Photography $59

Why stick with the preset instagram filters when you can make your own? In this workshop you’ll learn how to harness the power of refracted light to create impressive geometric photos. Join multimedia-aficionado Zack Tucker as he provides an overview of mobile photography with prisms. Demonstrations of proper prism usage and the free mobile photo editing app, Photoshop Express, will be provided. Each participant will take several photos and have hands on experience with a variety of prisms and effects.

May 7 from 1-3pm with Zack Tucker

3D Printing & Scanning for Beginners $59

Have you ever wished that you could have anything your heart desired created out of thin air? This class is for you. In this hands-on course, you’ll dive head first into the exciting world of 3D printing and scanning. Join media expert Zack Tucker as he provides an overview of 3D printing and scanning as well as a demonstration of how to scan both people and objects. Each participant will create a 3D scan of his/her head. These models will be 3D printed and mailed to the participants upon completion of the workshop.

March 7 from 6-9pm with Zack Tucker

DIY Video: Creating Quality Videos with Tools You Already Own $69

Video can empower your story and is an essential skillset in today’s digital world. It has never been easier to tell an engaging story with video that brings your ideas to life. Join tech-wizard Zack Tucker to learn how to create a 60-second video that tells your story. Taught in a straightforward and artistic way, you’ll learn a step-by-step process and DIY techniques that you can use to create your own videos.

April 2, 9 and 16th from 1-4pm with Zack Tucker

Kodokan Judo $80

This skill-oriented class emphasizes the basic skills used in Japanese Kodokan Judo. This course is designed for the student who has had no formal instruction in the Martial Arts. One Judo gi (uniform) will be provided.

Thursdays Feb. 25- May 12 with Caleb Buis

Beginning Spanish and Language Learning Stratgies $69

This course will dive into level one of Spanish and focus on the communicative, rather the grammatical, aspects of language. We will be focusing on language learning strategies that will help the class to continue to learn after our course is finished. Come join us if you will be traveling to a Spanish-speaking country, work alongside Spanish speakers, or just would like to learn a new skill.

March 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 from 6-9pm with with Johannah Froemsdorf

The Art of Digital Photography $69

Would you like to learn more about digital photography and how to take better pictures without using Photoshop? This course is for the intermediate-level photographer. This four-week course is interactive and involves photographing a subject for each class. It covers the elements of composition; mastering the camera controls; exposure and lighting; how to better photograph family and friends, places, and things; getting the most from your camera, and photography as a means of documentation and an art form.

March 28 April 4,11,18 from 6-8:30pm with Tom Neumeyer

Writing for Children Workshop $59

Eric Carle, Shel Silverstein, Dr. Seuss and others typically come to mind when someone mentions children’s authors. In this four-week workshop, discover the various types of popular children’s books, the process of writing for children and how to create proposals and query letters for you finished product. Bring your story idea and/or any children’s writing project you have started on the first night. The goal is to complete a first draft of a picture book or a first chapter of a children’s or young adult literature novel.

March 1,8,15,22 from 6-8pm with Sandra Newsome

Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media $49

Whether you own or manage a business or have aspirations to be a freelance copywriter, this course will define the basics of copywriting for print and electronic media including ads, newsletters, emails, direct mail and sales literature, PR pieces, websites and much more. You will discover how to develop a creative strategy to position and brand a business within the marketing spectrum. Participants in the workshop will complete small, creative projects to practice skills and will develop a plan for a larger project.

March 24,31 April 7 from 6:30-9pm with Sandra Newsome

Open Up: Writing for Healing $49

Words can hurt, but words can also heal, reduce stress and help to clear you mind. This three-week workshop, offered in a safe and supportive environment, will lend to exploring various writing techniques and genres – both creative and therapeutic – that can be used to enhance well-being and stress reduction/release.

April 5,12,19 from 6:30-8:30pm with Sandra Newsome

St. Louis Gardens and Sculptures $129

Enjoy a stroll through the downtown City of St. Louis City Garden. View the plantings, sculptures and water features. Visit the St. Louis University Art Museum, ranked 4th in the United States in college museums. View the marvelous collection of Chihuly glass, old masters, and the Western Jesuit Mission Collection, among others. Enjoy the beautiful gardens of Tower Grove Park. We will have lunch at the beautiful Bosnian restaurant GRBIC, in the old Bailey’s Farm Dairy. Visit one of America’s most unique gardens–the amazing and lovely healing garden atop the 8th floor of St. Louis Childrens’ Hospital. We will even cross the river to see the new Gateway Geyser Park and Arch overlook! Admire the St. Louis skyline from a different perspective.

May 25 from 8:30am-7:30pm with Christy Mershon

Cape Girardeau Then and Now $49

Learn about the sites that were important in the community during the Civil War and visit the home sites of some of Cape’s early residents. Explore the history of the town’s early churches and schools and identify the oldest commercial buildings in the downtown and Haarig districts. We’ll also include a stop at the State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center.

April 10 from 1-5pm with Dr. Frank Nickell and Julie Grueneberg

A Bit O’ The St. Louis Irish $129

Join host Linda Koenig as she shares her knowledge of the Irish in St. Louis. Learn of St. Louis’ rich Irish history and experience Irish Churches, pubs, shops and dancers. We will visit St. Patrick’s Church and have lunch at Maggie O’Brien’s. This tour truly has it all! We’ve even arranged a special performance just for you - authentic Irish Dancers from the Clarkson Irish School of dance. Wear your green, bring your appetite and prepare to experience a bit O’ the Irish.

March 4 from 8:30am-8pm with Micheal King and Christy Mershon

The Civil War in St Louis $89

Visit Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery--one of the few cemeteries where both Union and Confederate soldiers are buried. Learn about the 190–year history of Jefferson Barracks Military Post, which was part of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803; tour Bellefontaine and Calvary Cemeteries, where lie the remains of figures both famous and colorful: William Clark, Dred Scott, Kate Chopin, Sara Teasdale, Tennessee Williams, Thomas Hart Benton, Manuel Lisa, James Eads, and Francis Blair, Jr. Visit the newly-opened Missouri Civil War Museum. Have lunch on us. Your tour guides: Dr. Frank Nickell, Julie Grueneberg, Christy Mershon.

March 18 from 8-6pm with Dr. Frank Nickell, Julie Grueneberg

A Bit O’ The St. Louis Irish $129

Join host Linda Koenig as she shares her knowledge of the Irish in St. Louis. Learn of St. Louis’ rich Irish history and experience Irish Churches, pubs, shops and dancers. We will visit St. Patrick’s Church and have lunch at Maggie O’Brien’s. This tour truly has it all! We’ve even arranged a special performance just for you - authentic Irish Dancers from the Clarkson Irish School of dance. Wear your green, bring your appetite and prepare to experience a bit O’ the Irish.

March 4 from 8:30am-8pm with Micheal King and Christy Mershon

The Civil War in St Louis $89

Visit Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery--one of the few cemeteries where both Union and Confederate soldiers are buried. Learn about the 190–year history of Jefferson Barracks Military Post, which was part of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803; tour Bellefontaine and Calvary Cemeteries, where lie the remains of figures both famous and colorful: William Clark, Dred Scott, Kate Chopin, Sara Teasdale, Tennessee Williams, Thomas Hart Benton, Manuel Lisa, James Eads, and Francis Blair, Jr. Visit the newly-opened Missouri Civil War Museum. Have lunch on us. Your tour guides: Dr. Frank Nickell, Julie Grueneberg, Christy Mershon.

March 18 from 8-6pm with Dr. Frank Nickell, Julie Grueneberg

Cape Girardeau Then and Now $49

Learn about the sites that were important in the community during the Civil War and visit the home sites of some of Cape’s early residents. Explore the history of the town’s early churches and schools and identify the oldest commercial buildings in the downtown and Haarig districts. We’ll also include a stop at the State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center.

April 10 from 1-5pm with Dr. Frank Nickell and Julie Grueneberg

St. Louis Gardens and Sculptures $129

Enjoy a stroll through the downtown City of St. Louis City Garden. View the plantings, sculptures and water features. Visit the St. Louis University Art Museum, ranked 4th in the United States in college museums. View the marvelous collection of Chihuly glass, old masters, and the Western Jesuit Mission Collection, among others. Enjoy the beautiful gardens of Tower Grove Park. We will have lunch at the beautiful Bosnian restaurant GRBIC, in the old Bailey’s Farm Dairy. Visit one of America’s most unique gardens–the amazing and lovely healing garden atop the 8th floor of St. Louis Childrens’ Hospital. We will even cross the river to see the new Gateway Geyser Park and Arch overlook! Admire the St. Louis skyline from a different perspective.

May 25 from 8:30am-7:30pm with Christy Mershon

Beginning Spanish and Language Learning Stratgies $69

This course will dive into level one of Spanish and focus on the communicative, rather the grammatical, aspects of language. We will be focusing on language learning strategies that will help the class to continue to learn after our course is finished. Come join us if you will be traveling to a Spanish-speaking country, work alongside Spanish speakers, or just would like to learn a new skill.

March 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 from 6-9pm with with Johannah Froemsdorf

Pharmacy Technician Program $999

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.

Mondays and Wednesdays, March 23-May11 at 6pm

Writing for Children Workshop $59

Eric Carle, Shel Silverstein, Dr. Seuss and others typically come to mind when someone mentions children’s authors. In this four-week workshop, discover the various types of popular children’s books, the process of writing for children and how to create proposals and query letters for you finished product. Bring your story idea and/or any children’s writing project you have started on the first night. The goal is to complete a first draft of a picture book or a first chapter of a children’s or young adult literature novel.

March 1,8,15,22 from 6-8pm with Sandra Newsome

Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media $49

Whether you own or manage a business or have aspirations to be a freelance copywriter, this course will define the basics of copywriting for print and electronic media including ads, newsletters, emails, direct mail and sales literature, PR pieces, websites and much more. You will discover how to develop a creative strategy to position and brand a business within the marketing spectrum. Participants in the workshop will complete small, creative projects to practice skills and will develop a plan for a larger project.

March 24,31 April 7 from 6:30-9pm with Sandra Newsome

The Art of Digital Photography $69

Would you like to learn more about digital photography and how to take better pictures without using Photoshop? This course is for the intermediate-level photographer. This four-week course is interactive and involves photographing a subject for each class. It covers the elements of composition; mastering the camera controls; exposure and lighting; how to better photograph family and friends, places, and things; getting the most from your camera, and photography as a means of documentation and an art form.

March 28 April 4,11,18 from 6-8:30pm with Tom Neumeyer

Multi-Genre Literature Workshop $49

Contemporary fiction, mystery, comedy, horror, fantasy, nonfiction and poetry – so many ways to tell a story!! No matter your style or genre, come join this six week workshop of exploring genres and topics, writing styles and development. Bring your ideas and/or writing samples beginning the first week. Each week we will read and discuss various published literature and we will share and discuss our writings and process with peer group feedback. Short stories, novels, poetry, essays, memoirs, screenplays, and all other forms of writing are welcomed.

April 14,21,28 May 5,12 from 6-9pm with Sandra Newsome

An Introduction To Voiceovers $49

Are people always telling you that you have a great voice? Do you often find yourself listening to your favorite audiobook, commercial or cartoon character and thinking, “I could do that”? If so, then you could have what it takes to begin working as a professional Voiceover Artist. Being a Voiceover Artist is a fun and rewarding job! Current Voiceover trends have made it easy and affordable for just about anyone to get involved. In this fun and empowering 90 minute Introductory workshop, you will learn about the different types of voiceovers and what tools are needed in order to find success in the voiceover industry. Your instructor will coach you in this one-on-one video chat setting as you read from real scripts, taking notes on your performance so you can receive a professional voice evaluation later. After the class, you will have the knowledge necessary to help you decide if this is something you’d like to pursue. Check out the video at http:// www.voicesforall.com/ooo to get a better sense of how the class works. Come ready to laugh, learn and be inspired... This class is taught by a professional voice actor from the voice acting training company, Voices For All.

Online with Voices For All (This course is available on-demand. Contact us for more information.)

Photographing People $49

Produce great digital pictures of people, indoors or outside. This class covers the basics of posing and lighting your subjects to get the look you want and to get the best results from your photos. Learn to take quality candid photos of adults and children at work or at play. Discuss the importance of lighting and lens selection. Use the techniques learned to photograph your classmates on a special class field trip.

April 12 and 19 from 6-8pm with Tom Neumeyer

All 4 for $100 or $35 each (*plus supplies)

Home Remedies and First Aid

Come learn the “ins and outs” of foraging for edible plants and herbs You will alsowhat to do with them once you find them. Also put together a first aid kit made with allnatural components!

March 1 from 6:30-9pm

*$25 Supplies

Herbal Teas

Learn how to brew with herbs! We will look at herbal tea recipes and study the health benefits of each one. Explore which herbs and wild edibles available in our region.

March 22 from 6:30-9pm

*$25 Supplies

Homemade Convenience and Cleaning Supplies

Want to replace processed foods? Explore substitutes for many storebought snacks and meals! We will also be learning how to make household cleaning supplies with household ingredients.

April 5 from 6:30-9pm

*$15 Supplies

Essential Oils

Want to know more about natural remedies? Join Debbie and learn about the uses and benefits of the top ten essential oils along with different recipes to use the oils.

April 26 from 6:30-9pm

*$25 Supplies

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: 26-Jan
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: 28-Jan
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: 2-Feb
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: 4-Feb
Time: 6-9 p.m.
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: 29-Mar 
Time: 6-9 p.m.
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: 31-Mar
Time: 6-9 p.m.
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: 5-Apr
Time: 6-9 p.m.
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: 7-Apr
Time: 6-9 p.m.
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: 31-May 
Time: 6-9 p.m.
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: 2-Jun
Time: 6-9 p.m.
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: 7-Jun
Time: 6-9 p.m.
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: 9-Jun
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Cost: $25