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Summer Enrichment Program



Chatfield Summer Enrichment Program

The Chatfield College Summer Enrichment Program will begin the week of June 1. 

Each class will meet once per week for four weeks. 

Cost for all courses are $30, plus applicable fees which vary according to supplies needed.

Maximum participants and applicable fees are listed below.

For questions, or to register, contact Deb Henderson at 513-875-3344, ext. 110.

Summer Enrichment Registration Form

 

Courses

Pottery for Beginners    10:00-11:30 am     Wednesdays    15 max     $10 fee
In this introduction to Pottery course, students will create works of Art using each of the three hand building methods in addition to painting and decorating a factory made piece of ceramics. Kristen Walker, instructor

History of Brown County     6:30-8:00 pm     Tuesdays      25 max
Discover the history of Brown County! Enjoy a guided exploration of the county’s past through lecture, discussion and multi-media presentations. From the days of the Northwest Territory to the issues and realities of the present, probe the roots in search of a greater understanding and appreciation of how we arrived in the present. Doug Link, instructor

Zumba Exercise     2:00-3:30 pm      Friday      25 max
Zumba is an upbeat, energetic workout that uses Latin inspired music and dance moves to create a fun fitness experience while building cardio endurance and burning calories. Various traditional dance moves are incorporated into routines, with occasional use of belly dance, swing and hip/hop. Comfortable clothing and cross training or dance shoes are recommended. Running shoes or shoes with heavy tread are discouraged.  Jessica Brown, instructor

Drawing for Beginners     12:30-2:00 pm     Monday     15 max     $10 fee
This course introduces the fundamentals of drawing and rendering three-dimensional forms on a two dimensional surface. Students will be introduced to contour, space and shape as well as perspective. Jeannine Mullenix, instructor

Creative Writing     10:00-11:30 am      Tuesdays      25 max
Creative writing is not a “how to” class but a safe place to explore, experiment, and find the creativity in you. Bring your favorite writing instrument and paper. We will play with language and try poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction. No experiences necessary. Sue Hamann, instructor

Quilting for Beginners     12:30-3:00 pm     Tuesdays     12 max
Topics will include: selection of fabric and color combinations, techniques and machine quilting processes. The class will include the construction of a simple quilting project. Karen Burwinkle, instructor

Refinishing furniture     4:00-5:30 pm      Wednesdays     10 max     $10 fee
This is a course for beginners that will introduce you to the tools and processes involved in taking a piece of furniture, made of wood, from scared and worn to a usable treasure. Martha and Tom Wetzel, instructors

Beginning Computers     3:00-4:30 pm      Thursdays      14 max
This workshop is for students of all ages with little of no previous computer experience. You will learn basic computer skills such as e-mail, using the internet, keyboarding and basic word processing by using exercises that reinforce learning skills and habits. Tim Burgoyne, instructor





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