Ballroom Basics, $110
Join other beginners in fun-filled classes where you'll learn the basic dance steps, or brush up on what you already know. In the six week sessions you'll learn the foxtrot, swing, and waltz as well as other social dance steps. The physical activity, mental stimulation & social interaction are the added bonuses of this fun sport. Dancing can improve circulation, burn calories, increase stamina & can help prevent or slow loss of bone mass & in turn, ward off illnesses. Mentally, dancing is a great stress-reliever. Life's pressures simply melt into the background. You'll meet new people, gain self-confidence & have a great time too!
Course # 48180, S, 4/13/13-5/18/13, in Spirit Lake, 7-8 pm
This course is designed to provide information on how to begin your genealogy quest, setting goals, finding information on the computer and within county and state records. What a great way to begin your journey into your ancestry!
Course # 48221, T, 2/26/13, EV Campus, 6-8:30 pm
Course # 48222, T, 3/19/13, SL Campus, 6-8:30
Course 48223, T, 4/23/13, AL Campus, 6-8:30 pm
Course # 48225, T, 6/18/13, SP, 6-8:30 pm
Course # 48226, T, 7/23/13, EB, 6-8:30 pm
La Cuisine Francaise, $22
Have you ever wanted to dabble in French cuisine? Want to know how to make the perfect crepe? Do you love eating French fromage? Then you won’t want to miss this event! Learn some French vocabulary while having fun cooking some delicieux French food!
Course # 48293, T, 4/30/13, Okoboji, 6-8 pm
French du Monde, $39
Venez tout le monde! This new French class will take us all over the world (le monde) as we continue to student francophone language and culture. This class will be a 50/50 (50% taught in English, 50% taught in French) and is designed for those who have had some experience in the French language already. The course will consist of review grammar and vocabulary as well as new so that you can truly be a personne du monde (person of the world).
Course # 48275, T, 4/9/13-4/23/13, SL Campus, 6-8 pm
American Sign Language, $49
This class will provide students with an introduction to American Sign Language (ASL). Focus is on building sign vocabulary, fingerspelling skills, grammar and syntax rules, facial expressions, use of personal space, and development of awareness of the Deaf Community in America. The student is expected to acquire basic signing skills and sign vocabulary.
Course # 48179, W, 4/3/13-4/24/13, AL Campus, 6:30-8:30 pm