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NALP 121P - WHOGA Overview

Learn to Utilize WHOGA for all functional levels of activity programming, patient treatment, intervention, skilled therapy and personal enrichment. Experience therapeutic yoga from your chair or wheelchair. Learn to teach others to enjoy the benefits of yoga with an innovative, user-friendly, fun and easy method. WHOGA overview will give you techniques to incorporate WHOGA into daily programming for residents, clients and participants in a continuum of the health care arena.

Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 04/17/2015
Times: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
DE01
Class Number: 4640
End Date: 04/17/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $59
Jeannette B. Hummel, MA, CCC/SLP, RYT-500

NALP 145P - Dementia/Alzheimer's Seminar

Dementia/Alzheimer's Seminar This comprehensive seminar on Alzheimer's / Dementia will enhance your training. Course includes: * Diagnosis Prognosis and Treatment an introduction * Evaluation and test for Alzheimer's * Communication * Feeling and Repetitive Behavior and Paranoia * Wandering, Hoarding Behavior, Aggressive Behavior, Catastrophic Reactions * Sundowning and Hallucinations * Intimacy and Sexual Behavior *Depression * Personal care and bathing without a battle * Activity for Alzheimer's and Spiritual Care * Positive changes to their environment * Stress and the caregiver * Staff and family relationships and end of life issues * Guidance with the National Certification Application Upon completion of this seminar you are eligible to apply for Certification as a Certified Dementia Practitioner. You must meet the NCCDP requirements for certification. The application for certification is available at www.nccdp.org

Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 04/20/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
RD01
Class Number: 4617
End Date: 04/20/2015
Krupa
Campus: Midpoint Campus Center
Building/Room: MIDB000
Fee: $159
Instructor: Jennifer Krupa, CADDCT, ACC/EDU, CDP, AC-BC Contact Hours: 7 Includes $42 program book, final exam, certificate and lunch Activity professionals, nurses, RN, LPN, social workers and counselors

NART 105C - The Pope's Ceiling - The Story of Michelangelo and the Painting of the Sistine Ceiling

Michelangelo created an epic masterpiece for the ages when he painted the Sistine Ceiling. His story of torment and exaltation in the painting of this spectacular achievement is the subject of this presentation.

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 03/26/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
DE01
Class Number: 4701
End Date: 03/26/2015
Crum
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $12

NART 106C - Wabi-Sabi Mixed Media Techniques

You will need a hard canvas board or a piece of masonite (a firm base is needed), Gesso Paste, tissue or plain paper for tearing, acrylic paint (any colors), string, paint brush (medium size 8), tile scrapper or stiff old credit card. The class emphasis is on abstract images, design and texture in creating a work of art. Wear an old shirt and have a whimsical time.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 05/02/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
WE02
Class Number: 5243
End Date: 05/02/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $18
Instructor: Mary Jo Clark Supplies to be purchased by each student are listed above.

NART 107C - Pastels

You will need a box of oil pastels or Cray-Pas, watercolor paper or a heavy weight paper to work on, pink eraser, and a cloth rag. This class teaches color blocking and design using the eraser by taking away color instead of adding.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 04/11/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
WE01
Class Number: 5241
End Date: 04/11/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $18
Instructor: Mary Jo Clark Supplies to be purchased by each student are listed above.

NART 108C - Fabric Watercolor Pens

Bring a piece of muslin, or a tee shirt, or a pillow case, a pack of watercolor pens, a brush, container for water, rag, stiff piece of heavy cardboard and straight pins to secure the fabric. Learn this new technique that is easy and fun! Explore painting flowers, mixing and blending colors on fabric to create a one of a kind piece of wearable and usable art.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 04/25/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
WE02
Class Number: 5242
End Date: 04/25/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $18
Instructor: Mary Jo Clark Supplies to be purchased by each student are listed above.

NART 109C - Zentangle Art Class

This form of art design is done with a #2 Micorn Pen and paper. I prefer Bristol but you can use anything you have. It's unique way of using repetitive design to get amazing patterns in an unconventional format. It's calming, which is why the creators called it Zentangle. It's easy and fun with no skills required.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 03/21/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
WE01
Class Number: 4648
End Date: 03/21/2015
Clark-Samko
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $18
Contact Hours: 3 Supplies to be purchased by each student are listed above.

NART 113C - Advanced Watercolor Pencils

No talent is needed, just your imagination! Take this class to the next level! From the beginning with your basic techniques you will introduce yourself to the medium of watercolor. The pencils give you control and also versatility. You will learn about brushes, paper, style, all without previous experience.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 03/07/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
WE01
Class Number: 4647
End Date: 03/07/2015
Clark-Samko
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $18
Contact Hours: 3 Supplies to be purchased by each student: one pack of watercolor pencils, #140 watercolor paper and a Taklon round #8 brush.

NART 119C - Beginners Watercolor Pencils

No talent is needed, just your imagination! Start at the beginning with very basic techniques to introduce you to the medium of watercolor. The pencils give you control and also versatility. You will learn about brushes, paper, style, all without previous experience.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 05/16/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
WE02
Class Number: 5271
End Date: 05/16/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $18
Instructor: Mary Jo Clark Supplies to be purchased by each student: one pack of watercolor pencils, #140 watercolor paper and a Taklon round #8 brush.

NART 130C - Post-Impressionism: From Cezanne to Van Gogh

The period of art that follows impressionism is generally called Post-Impressionism. But rather than a period of decadence as it's title implies, it was a period of tremendous growth that put into place the important tenets that would lead to modern art. The art of Cezanne, Van Gogh, and Gauguin directly lead to the art of the 20th century. The personal stories of these artists is riveting.

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 05/07/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5327
End Date: 05/07/2015
Crum
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $12

NART 138C - Americana Basket

This round basket has a 10' X 10' flat top swing D-handle. It is woven with alternating natural and red reeds, and then woven with several rows of blue reed. A great basket to display for the 4th of July and can be used for snacks.

Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 05/01/2015
Times: 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
RE01
Class Number: 5347
End Date: 05/01/2015
Pflaum
Campus: Midpoint Campus Center
Building/Room:
Fee: $49
Basket kit included with class fee Please bring a lunch Deadline to register: April 27

NART 140C - Modern Art: 20th Century Art Before WW II

Painters like Matisse, Picasso, and Dali created bold and challenging works of art that put emphasis on a new abstract use of space. From the bold colors and forms of Expressionism and Cubism to the disturbing imagery in Surrealism, the art of this period is challenging to comprehend even today.

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 05/21/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5328
End Date: 05/21/2015
Crum
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $12

NART 142C - An Introduction to Japanese Woodblock Prints

his series of lectures will introduce the history of Japanese woodblock prints from the late 1600s through the 1930s, and will cover historical context, subjects, techniques, and major figures. Many of the works studied come from the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College, and will be on view in a special exhibition of over 100 prints titled 'A Life in Prints: Mary A. Ainsworth and the Floating World.' Ainsworth was an Oberlin graduate who bequeathed her collection of over 1,500 Japanese prints to the museum in 1950. Dr. Greenwood developed the exhibit on display in the Allen Museum Ripin Gallery.

Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 04/06/2015
Times: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
RE01
Class Number: 5338
End Date: 04/20/2015
Staff
Campus: KEND
Building/Room: KEND
Fee: $20
Instructor: Kevin Greenwood, Joan L. Danforth Assistant Curator of Asian Art, Allen Memorial Art Museum

NART 145C - Floral Circle Basket

This fun basket has a 5 by 14 inch diameter, has wood handle with a closed bottom and is 5/12 inches long. It is woven 3/8 reed. You will learn how to double triple twine with dyed round reed. A floral wreath will be attached with waxed linen.

Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 04/10/2015
Times: 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
RE01
Class Number: 5346
End Date: 04/10/2015
Pflaum
Campus: Midpoint Campus Center
Building/Room:
Fee: $49
Basket kit included with class fee Please bring a lunch Deadline to register: April 6

NART 184C - The Art of Leonardo da Vinci: The First Renaissance Man

The life and art of Italian genius Leonardo da Vinci is the subject of this captivating lecture. The Last Supper, The Virgin of the Rocks, and the Mona Lisa were such innovative and revolutionary works of art that they influenced generations of artists to follow.

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 03/12/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
DE01
Class Number: 4700
End Date: 03/12/2015
Crum
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $12

NART 197C - NEOCLASSICISM AND ROMANTICISM - A New Emotional Direction

The art of France, England, and Germany in the late 18th and early 19th centuries centered on inspiring a strong emotional response from the viewer. Experience how the works of artists such as David, Gericault, Turner, and Friedrich used current events, literature, and the allure of exotic places to tap into

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 04/23/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5275
End Date: 04/23/2015
Crum
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $12

NART 198C - IMPRESSIONISM - From Manet to Monet

The Impressionists forged a new way of painting and looking at the natural world. They challenged historical conventions that stood for centuries and created a new vision based on direct observation, sketchy brushstrokes, high keyed color, and a keen awareness of the science of perception. The art of Manet, Monet, Degas, and Renoir are featured.

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 04/30/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5276
End Date: 04/30/2015
Crum
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $12

NART 200C - Basic Drawing - New Aspect

Take your drawing to the next level. Learn special techniques and dimensional shading. Add even more interest to a drawing by creating different textures. We will explore side and tip of the pencil shading and combined shading techniques to draw smoother looking areas. Instructor will use group examples, instruction and one to one. Open to beginning and advanced students.

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 04/09/2015
Times: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
DE02
Class Number: 5224
End Date: 05/07/2015
Smith
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $59
(5 Sessions) Supplies required for class are: - Design 3800 drawing pencils, one of each: 2b, hb, 2h, 4h and 6b - Generals Sketchins pencil: 533, 6B or 2B, 3B and 4B - One design ebony jet black pencil - One large design kneaded eraser - One sketch pad 11" x 17" - Exacto knife - Sandpaper pointer

NBDR 300C - One Day Class for AARP - Driver Safety

Develop safe, defensive-driving skills. This course offered by AARP includes the following topics'physical change with age; interacting with traffic; accident prevention measures; adverse driving conditions and handling unexpected emergencies. Many insurance companies will offer reduced rates for those who complete this course.

Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 04/06/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 4713
End Date: 04/06/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $15
Instructor: AARP qualified instructor Non-members will pay additional $5 to instructor.
Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 05/22/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
DE02
Class Number: 5291
End Date: 05/22/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $15
Instructor: AARP qualified instructor Non AARP members will pay additional $5 to instructor
Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 03/27/2015
Times: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
RE01
Class Number: 4741
End Date: 03/27/2015
Staff
Campus: Lorain Learning Center
Building/Room: LLCD107
Fee: $15
Instructor: AARP qualified instructor Non-members will pay an additional $5 to the instructor.

NCIS 100C - iPad Basics

No experience is necessary to learn the basic functions, setup and management of the iPad. See examples of how your iPad can be used to get the news, watch movies, communicate with others and more. The content of iPad basics will be based on the newest version of software, iOS 7. Other versions will be addressed as needed. Class will include handouts.

Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 04/24/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5286
End Date: 04/24/2015
Settle
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $14
You may bring your iPad
Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 04/30/2015
Times: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
EE02
Class Number: 5287
End Date: 04/30/2015
Settle
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $14
You may bring your iPad
Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 05/08/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
RE03
Class Number: 5343
End Date: 05/08/2015
Settle
Campus: Lorain Learning Center
Building/Room:
Fee: $14
You may bring your iPad

NCIS 101C - Basic Computing

Eliminate the mystery of the computer. This course is designed for those with very little (if any) knowledge of computers. Perhaps you have never touched a computer before and would like guidance and training. Maybe computers scare you and you are worried about doing something wrong; or maybe you just have trouble getting around in your computer. This is a course for beginners - covering the basics of what a computer can do for you and how to use it more effectively. Learn to turn on the computer, use a mouse and keyboard, open and close software and manage files and folders (delete, restore, copy, move and rename). This class also covers various peripheral components attached to a PC, such as the monitor, printer and modem, including basic components of a PC and the use of Windows 8, which is the newest operating system in Microsoft's line-up. Got a notebook computer? Bring it to class with you! Pre-requisite: None

Lecture
Days: Wed.
Begin Date: 04/08/2015
Times: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5281
End Date: 04/29/2015
Rhoades
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room:
Fee: $86
(4 Sessions) Textbook included with class fee Class held in BU 202

NCIS 104C - What's Hiding In Your Computer II

Spyware and viruses can invade your privacy, bombard you with pop-up windows, slow down your computer and even make your computer crash. In a continuation of what you've learned in What's Hiding I, we will continue studying in-depth cleanup and maintenance techniques and build on the previous instruction of spyware/virus removal. Several high tech tools are discussed including firewall protection. This class also educates you on the file structure and how to optimize your system by manually manipulating it. Also, gain knowledge of editing startup programs to reduce your computer's boot up time.

Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 05/04/2015
Times: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
DE02
Class Number: 5284
End Date: 06/01/2015
Rhoades
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: BU202
Fee: $61
(4 sessions) Prerequisite: What's Hiding in Your Computer I Materials included in class fee Class WILL NOT be held on May 26

NCIS 105C - What's Hiding In Your Computer I

SPYWARE/VIRUS REMOVAL TECHNIQUES & COMPUTER CEANUP Is your computer running slow, popping up unwanted windows, taking you to websites that you don't want to go to? You may have unwanted guests scampering around in your computer. Spyware/viruses play havoc with the smooth operation of your computer but did you know that they can gather information about your online trends and spending habits? Malicious programs can log your passwords, capturing and transmitting your personal data. There are many types of spyware and viruses running loose within the internet. Learn how to keep your system clean by running spyware/virus removal programs and keep the snoops out. This is the place to educate yourself and fight back! Every thing you need is right here. Don't pay someone for spyware/virus removal. Do it yourself! This class teaches advanced methods, going deep into computer cleanup. This course is not for the faint of heart but for those who want to learn serious removal techniques.

Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 04/06/2015
Times: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
DE02
Class Number: 5283
End Date: 04/27/2015
Rhoades
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: BU202
Fee: $61
(4 sessions) Materials included with class fee

NCIS 107C - Basic Computer and Basic Internet

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Lecture
Days: Wed.
Begin Date: 04/08/2015
Times: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5280
End Date: 05/27/2015
Rhoades
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: BU202
Fee: $140
(8 sessions) Textbook included with class fee

NCIS 108C - iPad Tips & Tricks

Now that you understand your Apple hardware, spend two hours using it for communication. We will use Siri to go over FaceTime, AirPlay, camera and e-Mail. Class requires an IOS Version 7 or later device with camera (iPad, iPod or iPhone) updated to the latest software version. Outline will be provided. Call for requirements and assistance. Not intended for Android or Windows devices. Suggested that you take the first iPad class.

Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 05/01/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5288
End Date: 05/01/2015
Settle
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $14
You may bring your iPad
Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 05/19/2015
Times: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
EE02
Class Number: 5289
End Date: 05/19/2015
Settle
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $14
You may bring your iPad
Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 05/15/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
RE03
Class Number: 5345
End Date: 05/15/2015
Settle
Campus: Lorain Learning Center
Building/Room:
Fee: $14
You may bring your iPad

NCIS 127C - Basic Internet

So you want to use the Internet but have avoided it because you don't understand how it works? Get your computer questions answered while you learn! This class will instruct you on how to connect to the Internet and how to navigate your way around the World Wide Web. Some of the topics covered include: browsers, links, addresses, and search engines. Find out how e-mail works and learn to read, write, send, forward, and reply to messages. Also learn to use a search engine. This course will provide you with enough knowledge to have fun on the Internet, yet will not bore you with too many details.

Lecture
Days: Wed.
Begin Date: 05/06/2015
Times: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
DE02
Class Number: 5282
End Date: 05/27/2015
Rhoades
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: BU202
Fee: $0
(4 sessions) Prerequisite: Must have a basic familiarity with mouse and Windows techniques Textbook provided for Basic Computer class will also be used for Basic Internet class Class will be held in BU 202

NCIS 137C - Facebook Fun(damentals)

Does it feel like everyone you know is on Facebook? Aren't sure how to start? Have you joined and are now staring at Facebook's homepage thinking: Now what? There's no need to be intimidated! In this class, we will learn how to use Facebook so that you can quickly come up to speed and start enjoying this wildly popular social networking site. You will be able to find lost classmates, make new friends and connect with people who share similar interests. So come and learn how to use Facebook and then go have some fun!

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 04/16/2015
Times: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5285
End Date: 04/16/2015
Rhoades
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: BU202
Fee: $14
Prerequisite: Student must have a working Facebook account (log in).

NCLL 114C - Ethical Wills ¿ Leaving a Legacy

An interactive program focusing on legacy work as an important part of life closure. Presentation highlights ethical wills as a way to preserve and pass on values, ideas, memories and personal reflections to loved ones and future generations.

Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 05/22/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
DE01
Class Number: 5290
End Date: 05/22/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $5
Instructor: Joel Martin, Hospice of the Western Reserve

NCLL 121C - Enjoying Contemporary American Poetry

Close reading and discussion of nine twentieth and twenty-first century verse and prose poems, the texts of which will be distributed. Session 1: Confessional and Testimonial Poetry. One example of intimate self-disclosure, one of African-American protest, and one of Hispanic-American protest. Session II: Visionary Poetry. Two examples of secular visionary experience, and one of orthodox Catholic experience. Session III: Playful Poetry. Humorous parodies of lyrical devices: of the use of "voice" in poetry: and of the creative process itself.

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 03/10/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
RD01
Class Number: 4631
End Date: 03/24/2015
Staff
Campus: KEND
Building/Room: KEND
Fee: $20
Instructor: Larry Porter, Professor Emeritus of French and Comparative Literature, Michigan State University; Affiliate Scholar, Oberlin College Coordinator: Marjorie Porter

NCLL 123C - A Review of the Ebola Crisis in West Africa

Jay Ruoff will review the Ebola crisis based upon his two years in Mali and his four years in Washington concerned with health and development affairs in West Africa. Part of his work took him to Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea where Ebola has caused the deaths of several thousand residents and has reached the United States and several European countries. Ebola first came to the attention of health specialists when Ruoff was involved in the support to the refugee communities in Mali.

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 04/21/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5277
End Date: 04/21/2015
Ruoff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $11

NCLL 124C - Laughter: Soup for the Soul?

Soup for the soul is definitely laughter! As a participant you will be able to define the history of therapeutic humor and identify the many benefits of humor. You will learn how to distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate uses of humor. Participants will learn laughter techniques that will assist them in everyday life.

Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 05/08/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
RE01
Class Number: 5344
End Date: 05/08/2015
Staff
Campus: Lorain Learning Center
Building/Room:
Fee: $5
Instructor: Joel Martin, Hospice of the Western Reserve

NCLL 130C - Getting Started in Medicare

If you are approaching age 65, or going on Medicare for the first time, this is your opportunity to gain a basic understanding of how Medicare works and how it affects you. You will learn what Parts A,B,C and D cover and what is not covered. You will learn the difference between a Medicare Supplement and a Medicare Advantage Plan. This class is designed to make Medicare easy to understand to get all of your questions answered before you need to register for it.

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 05/07/2015
Times: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
RE03
Class Number: 5342
End Date: 05/07/2015
Staff
Campus: Lorain Learning Center
Building/Room:
Fee: $0
Instructor: Laura MUtsko, Mutsko Insurance Service
Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 04/20/2015
Times: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
EE02
Class Number: 5292
End Date: 04/20/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $10
Instructor: Laura Mutsko, Mutsko Insurance Service
Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 05/19/2015
Times: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
RE04
Class Number: 5348
End Date: 05/19/2015
Staff
Campus: Midpoint Campus Center
Building/Room:
Fee: $10
Instructor: Laura Mutsko, Mutsko Insurance Service

NCLL 135C - Research and Alzheimer¿s Disease ¿ The Road to Better Treatments and a Cure

As the number of Americans with Alzheimer's disease is rapidly increasing, research plays a crucial role in understanding move about this disease. Come learn about how clinical trials work, what researchers already know about Alzheimer's disease and where efforts are focused moving forward as they search for a cure.

Lecture
Days: Wed.
Begin Date: 03/18/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
RE01
Class Number: 4736
End Date: 03/18/2015
Staff
Campus: EUME
Building/Room: EUME
Fee: $5
Instructor: Steffani Baker, M.Ed., CHES, Education and Outreach Specialist, Alzheimer's Association Cleveland Area Chapter

NCLL 144C - Now What Was I Saying? Understanding and Enhancing Memory

This interactive workshop will explain the basics of how the brain works, the primary principles of memory, some techniques to improve memory and things you can do for improving overall brain health.

Lecture
Days: Wed.
Begin Date: 03/11/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
RE02
Class Number: 4735
End Date: 03/11/2015
Staff
Campus: EUME
Building/Room: EUME
Fee: $5
Instructor: Steffani Baker, M.Ed., CHES, Education and Outreach Specialist, Alzheimer's Association Cleveland Area Chapter

NCLL 295C - Alice Munro's Final Fictions

Munro, winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, has said that her most recent collection of stories will be her last. This course will consist of three classes: the first will consider Munro's work within the larger context of Canadian literature, followed by an examination of the relationship between her works and her life. The final class will be a discussion of several short stories contained in the recently published volume titled Dear Life, including the final four which she has called her "most autobiographical." This book is available at Mindfair in Oberlin's Ben Franklin store and elsewhere.

Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 05/04/2015
Times: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
RE01
Class Number: 5341
End Date: 05/18/2015
Staff
Campus: KEND
Building/Room: KEND
Fee: $0
Instructor: Mary Kirtz Van Nortwick, Professor Emerita of English and Director of Canadian Studies, The University of Akron Coordinator: Carol Ganzel (3 Sessions)

NFIT 150C - CLL Personal Fitness I New Student

Personal Fitness I course instructs the NEW STUDENT ADULT 60+ on how to exercise safely and efficiently. It is an individualized, self-paced program designed to improve cardiovascular, respiratory and muscular fitness. A minimum of three, one-hour sessions per week is recommended to establish and retain aerobic fitness. Medical history and questionnaire should be completed in orientation session. If you have a history of health problems, please consult with your physician before registering for the course. The exercise day and time will be set at the convenience of the student.

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 04/14/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
DE02
Class Number: 4730
End Date: 05/31/2015
Herndon
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: PE126
Fee: $42
Must attend second orientation - Wed., April 15, 9 - 11 a.m. Use of Fitness Center is April 15 through May 31, 2015. Students must be 60+ at the time of enrollment.

NFIT 151C - CLL Personal Fitness II Continuing Student

CLL Lifetime Fitness II Continuing Student course continues the self-paced program designed for the 60+ student to improve cardiovascular, respiratory and muscular fitness. Exercise day and time will be set at the convenience of the student.

Lecture
Days: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun.
Begin Date: 03/23/2015
Times: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
DE02
Class Number: 4732
End Date: 05/31/2015
Herndon
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: PE126
Fee: $38

NFIT 152C - Tai Chi

These movements are considered part of Chinese Medicine. Developed over 4700 years and culled from many different areas of Asia to stimulate our natural healing ability, body mind and spirit. Enjoy increased energy, flexibility and smooth muscle tone without wear and tear on the joints.

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 04/07/2015
Times: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
DE02
Class Number: 5300
End Date: 05/12/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $38
Instructor: Ted Smith (6 sessions)
Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 05/19/2015
Times: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
DE03
Class Number: 5301
End Date: 06/23/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $38
Instructor: Ted Smith (6 sessions)

NHET 109C - Bridge: Supervised Play

Come and play pre-dealt hands and receive notes on your play and suggestions on improvements. At the end of each session we will go over a few of the hands that players struggled with or did well on.

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 04/14/2015
Times: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
EE01
Class Number: 4630
End Date: 05/26/2015
Toler
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room:
Fee: $51
Instructor: William Toler, NABC Class WILL NOT be held on May 19 (6 sessions) Handouts included with class fee

NHIS 100C - World War II Stories

Bev has been a storyteller for 20 years. She tells various types of stories, including humorous, nature, personal, and historical. She also tells some World War II stories she learned from a German grandmother and an Italian Historian.

Lecture
Days: Wed.
Begin Date: 04/29/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
RE01
Class Number: 5349
End Date: 04/29/2015
Stives
Campus: EUME
Building/Room: EUME
Fee: $10

NHIS 102C - Nostalgia Through Postcards

Vintage postcards are a reflection of our history and culture. From early in the 20th Century to the present, postcards represented our social and historical events, politics, commerce, travels, illustrations as art, and customs. Learn about collecting and the history of postcards. Bring your favorite postcards to add to class discussion.

Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 05/18/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5331
End Date: 05/18/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $12
Instructor: Marge Mulder

NHIS 163C - From Chicago¿s World Fair to Cleveland¿s Public Square

Come hear the story of Cleveland's Union Terminal. Formally dedicated in 1930 following over four years of extensive demolition, excavation, and construction, the Cleveland Union Terminal centralized the city's passenger rail service and gave Cleveland a signature landmark, the 52-story, 708-foot tall Terminal Tower.

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 03/24/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
DE01
Class Number: 4704
End Date: 03/24/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $10
Instructor: Chuck Klein

NHIS 170C - Tunnel Warfare of World War I

Join us for this exciting presentation on Tunnel Warfare of World War I. Don Darmos is a retired law enforcement officer and past commander of the Lorain Bomb Squad. Darmos is the U. S. representative for the Durand Group based in Britain, and authorized to open and explore WWI tunnels in France and Belgium to dispose of explosives and extend their knowledge of underground warfare. The tunnels had been sealed in 1920 by the French government and are now being opened to dispose of explosives. The presentation will include an exciting film of his visits to Vimy Ridge site, Somme France and the unbelievable and dangerous conditions that include 60-120 ft. deep tunnels. He will also display unusual Military Items of WWI.

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 04/14/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
RE01
Class Number: 4727
End Date: 04/14/2015
Staff
Campus: EUME
Building/Room: EUME
Fee: $10
Instructor: Donald Darmos, Retired Bomb Squad Commander, Lorain County
Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 03/10/2015
Times: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
EE01
Class Number: 4726
End Date: 03/10/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $10
Instructor: Donald Darmos, Retired Bomb Squad Commander, Lorain County

NHIS 208C - Congress Whispers, Reservation Nations Endure

This class will cover portions of the book, Congress Whispers, Reservation Nations Endure; A Century of Public Acts of Aggression, Confusion and Resolution, explores a unique body of federal actions: legislation resting in near silence of all other U.S. public law. Although these laws apply most directly to less than 1.5% of our nation's citizenry - members of American Indian tribes - they affect all Americans in important but less obvious ways. These tribe-focused laws continue to frame New Millenium relationships between American Indian tribes and their state and federal counterparts. Through the enactment of these laws, Congress played a significant role in the transformation of tribal lands of the Civil War Era into western states, national parks, public lands, and American Indian reservations.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 04/25/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
WE01
Class Number: 5293
End Date: 04/25/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $12
Instructor: Betty Wilson, Author

NHLH 116C - Yoga

This seven-week course will utilize the science of Yoga, incorporating breath, gentle stretching, strengthening, deep relaxation, affirmation and meditation as a tool to experience a heightened sense of well being in and out of class. We are what we have always imagined ourselves to be. The imagination has been limited or conditioned by a culture which sees itself as, at best, minimally well or happy. We must outgrow the cultural conditionings that discourage our continual growth and expand our range of motion, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. We will explore the myths of aging which prevent our becoming more expansive. We will look at our life-style choices, modify or expand them. We will look at changing diet to accommodate our new bodies. We will reaffirm ourselves as dynamic beings. The needs of each student will be acknowledged. Dress comfortably, bring a mat and a positive outlook.

Lecture
Days: Mon., Wed.
Begin Date: 04/06/2015
Times: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
AE02
Class Number: 5303
End Date: 05/06/2015
Crates
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SC141
Fee: $54
(10 sessions)
Lecture
Days: Mon., Wed.
Begin Date: 05/11/2015
Times: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
AE03
Class Number: 5304
End Date: 06/15/2015
Crates
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SC141
Fee: $54
(10 sessions) Class WILL NOT be held on May 25th.

NMUS 112C - Music from Bach to Rock in Non-Musical Movies

1. History of the Use of Music in the Movies from Silent Pictures, the 'Talkies' and the Digital Age; 2. Importance of Music in the Movies ' 'Jaws' and 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Examples; 3. Explanation of 18 Specific Purposes of Musical Scores in Non-Musical Movies; 4. The History of Musical Scores from Early Commercial Movies of the 30's to Current Times; 5. Explanation of the Process of Integrating Sound and Picture in the Movies; 6. Information Sharing about Some 30 Movies and their Musical Scores and Playing Videos of Specific Scenes from these Movies.

Lecture
Days: Mon.
Begin Date: 04/13/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
DE01
Class Number: 5329
End Date: 04/27/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $32
Instructor: Joel Keller (3 Sessions)

NMUS 113C - Great Music: Going for "Baroque"; If it Ain't "Baroque...Don't Fix It"

1. Reading of a Short Poem, John Dryden's 'A Song for St. Cecilia's Day' (1687); 2. Definition and History of Baroque Music, when it Developed and what Preceded and Followed; 3. Discussion of each of the Three Major Phases of Baroque Music (Early, Middle and Late); 4. Introduction to 39 of the Musical Instruments of the Baroque Era with Videos; 5. Introduction to 42 of the Composers of the Baroque Era and Playing Videos of their Works.

Lecture
Days: Wed.
Begin Date: 05/06/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
DE01
Class Number: 5330
End Date: 05/20/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $32
Instructor: Joel Keller (3 Sessions)

NMUS 144C - Just Once Guitar For Busy People

Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but simply find it difficult to find the time? In just a few hours you can learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you will not have to take private lessons to do it. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Bring your acoustic guitar. For ages 13+. Topics will include: - How chords work in a song - How to form the three main types of chords - How to tune your guitar Basic strumming patterns -How to buy a good guitar (things to avoid) - How to play along with simple tunes

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 05/09/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
WE02
Class Number: 5278
End Date: 05/09/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $64
Instructor: Deana Smith You must bring your own acoustic guitar - families may share Workbook and CD included in class fee

NMUS 170C - Just Once Piano For Busy People

Some music teachers may not want you to know this, but you don't need years of weekly lessons to learn piano. In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. How do we do it? While regular piano teachers teach note reading, piano professionals use chords. And you can learn all the chords you'll need to play any song in this one session. Any song! Any style! Any key! If you can find middle C and know the meaning of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you already know enough to enroll in this workshop. Topics will include: ' How chords work in a song ' How to get more out of sheet music by reading less of it ' How to form the three main types of chords ' How to handle different keys and time signatures ' How to avoid 'counting' ' How to simplify over 12,000 complex chords

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 05/09/2015
Times: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
WE02
Class Number: 5279
End Date: 05/09/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $64
Instructor: Deana Smith Workbook and CD included in class fee

NPER 131C - Beginning Golf for the Adult 50+

Instruction and practice necessary to develop a basic knowledge and beginning skills of the sport. General rules of golf, golf etiquette and the fundamentals needed to play the game are covered.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 04/18/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
WE01
Class Number: 5332
End Date: 05/09/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: FH100D
Fee: $60
Instructor: James Powers, Special Activities Coordinator (4 Sessions)

NREL 117C - Druids

They were known as the priests of the Celts, magicians and peacemakers. Merlin is the archetypal Druid, but who were the ancient Druids? What were their beliefs and practices? Learn about Druids both ancient and modern. Discover the contemporary Druids and their place in the 21st century.

Lecture
Days: Sat.
Begin Date: 05/09/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
WE01
Class Number: 5305
End Date: 05/09/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room:
Fee: $10
Instructor: Gail Arthur-Eddy, Story Teller, Novelist, Author and Playwright

NREL 119C - More Historic Churches - Oberlin

It's Lorain County church 'Field Trip' time again! Led by David Simmer of Lorain County Sacred Landmarks, our bus tour this time will be to the churches of Oberlin, Ohio. Since it's founding in 1833, Oberlin's rich combination of history, religion, politics, and diversity has been advanced by its religious leaders and their congregations. In this class we will tour some of these churches and explore what has been called 'the most cosmopolitan town' in America.

Lecture
Days: Fri.
Begin Date: 05/15/2015
Times: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5337
End Date: 05/15/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP109
Fee: $24
Instructor: David Simmer, Lorain County Sacred Landmarks Meet in the hallway by the Center for LifeLong Learning office.

NREL 123C - What Does it Mean to be Me?

Both the theologian and the scientist have been scrambling to define what consciousness is for millennia. What is the meaning of 'me'? Is it just the ego and a collection of memories? As science learns more about the brain and the chemical properties of emotion, some unlikely research into DNA leads to fascinating revelations about the nature of consciousness and what it means to be human.

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 04/07/2015
Times: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
DE01
Class Number: 5335
End Date: 04/28/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $32
Instructor: Ted Smith (4 Sessions)

NREL 124C - Celtic Spirituality

Between mid-400 A.D. to mid-600 A.D., Ireland practiced a unique type of Christianity. After the fall of Rome there was no central authority directing the practice of religion, no official date as to when Easter was to be observed each year, etc. The Irish embraced Christianity (without bloodshed) while still upholding their Druidic traditions. Irish men and women were both priests and bishops alike. Humanity was seen as fundamentally good, an integral part of God's creation. All of this was contrary to the writings of Augustine of Hippo, that men were born into sin, adopted as the official positions of Christendom. The Synod of Whitby in 664 A.D. favored the disciple Peter as the rock of the church as opposed to the disciple John, remembered as 'listening for the heartbeat of God.' What would Christianity be like today if the Synod had decided differently?

Lecture
Days: Tues.
Begin Date: 05/05/2015
Times: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
DE01
Class Number: 5336
End Date: 05/26/2015
Staff
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $32
Instructor: Ted Smith (4 Sessions)

NSOC 100C - Amazon River and Rain Forest

Bill and Bev Stives are a retired couple. Bill is a pharmacist and Bev is a clown, puppeteer and storyteller. They have traveled extensively from Antarctica to the Arctic Circle and many places in between, including the Galapagos Islands, Iceland, Africa, the Amazon River and Rain Forest, and Churchill Manitoba to see the polar bears. They have also done mission work in the Dominican Republic and Haiti for 12 years. The Amazon River and Rain Forest program begins with some of the pre-Inca ruins in Peru. We then flew to Iquetos where we boarded our boat for a trip down the Amazon River. Along the river, we visited a school, had lunch with a native family, fished for piranha and hiked through the forest-crossing rope bridges high above the trees.

Lecture
Days: Wed.
Begin Date: 04/22/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5223
End Date: 04/22/2015
Stives
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $10

NSOC 170C - Iceland

Iceland is a mountainous island nation in the North Atlantic Ocean, located between Europe and North America. Though not part of the continental mainland, the country is considered European. The name of the country - Iceland - may not be that appropriate: although 10% of Iceland is covered by glaciers, it has a surprisingly mild climate and countless geothermal hot-spots. This photo tour will highlight an eleven day journey around Iceland.

Lecture
Days: Thurs.
Begin Date: 04/16/2015
Times: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
DE01
Class Number: 5213
End Date: 04/16/2015
Eaton
Campus: Main Campus
Building/Room: SP219
Fee: $10