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Community Education offers fun and interesting classes
for personal enrichment and growth.
Learn a new hobby or skill.

  • For more information contact:

    Community Education Specialist
    307-268-3399

    Community Education REGISTRATION FORM
  • Instructors Wanted!
    We are always looking for new class ideas and instructors.
    If you would be interested in teaching a community education class, please complete a proposal to teach form.

 

 

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND POLICIES

Golden Age Scholarship

Casper College offers the Golden Age Scholarship to Natrona County residents who are 60 years of age or older when the term begins. Eligible individuals may enroll tuition-free in credit courses and at a 70% discount in community education (CMSV) courses. This scholarship does not cover course fees, textbooks, or supplies, and it is not valid for OLLI or CEU courses. Benefits are not transferable. The program is subject to change without notice.

To receive a scholarship card, please present age and residency documentation to Enrollment Services, located on the third floor of the Gateway Building.


Continuing Education Policies:

Registration Deadline:
Unless otherwise noted, registration is ongoing until the class fills or begins. Class sizes are limited and registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registrations are not complete until payment is received or company billing arrangements have been made. Late charges will be assessed to delinquent bills.
Cancellations:
Occasionally classes are cancelled due to insufficient registration or other unforeseen circumstances. All fees will be refunded if the class is cancelled by Casper College. In most cases, the decision to cancel a class will occur at least three business days prior to the start of class, so register early to prevent cancellations.
Refund Policy:
If you are not able to attend a class for which you have registered, please notify us at least THREE business days prior to the start of class or the registration deadline, whichever date is sooner, to cancel your registration and arrange for a refund. No refunds will be granted without the required notice. Failure to attend is NOT a cancellation. If you have any questions please call 307-268-3399. For exceptions to the refund policy, students must submit a petition request to the continuing education office.
Inclement Weather:
In the event of inclement weather, check the Casper College Home Page for college details and closings.

CLASSES : DOGS, ARTS, CRAFTS, & PHOTOGRAPHY
SPRING 2015
  • Dog Obedience
    Have a great companion dog through proper training. Instruction includes socialization, house training, mouthing,
    good nutrition, come when called, good manners, and vet care. You must sign a liability release form and provide proof
    of rabies vaccination the first night of class. There is no age limit on dogs for this class; however, dogs less than a year
    old are encouraged to take “Puppy Kindergarten.” Aggressive dogs will be asked to leave the class. Do not bring your dog to
    the first class, which meets in MA 308.
    • Course # CMSV 2100 60
      Tue., Jan. 27 to Mar. 10
      (No class on Feb. 17)
      6:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: MA 3
      Instructors: Jana Oler and Dawn Miller
      Cost: $65
    • Course # CMSV 2100 80
      Tue., Mar. 31 to May 5
      6:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: MA 3
      Instructors: Jana Oler and Dawn Miller
      Cost: $65
  • Puppy Kindergarten
    To have a great dog, start training early. This class is for puppies age 6 months to 1 year. Instruction includes
    socialization, house training, mouthing, good nutrition, come when called, good manners, and vet care. You must sign a
    liability release form and provide proof of rabies vaccination on the first night of class. Aggressive puppies will be asked
    to leave the class. Do not bring your puppy to the first class, which meets in MA 308.
    • Course # CMSV 2110 60
      Mon., Jan. 26 to Mar. 9
      (No class on Feb. 16)
      6:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: MA 3
      Instructors: Jana Oler and Dawn Miller
      Cost: $65
    • Course # CMSV 2110 80
      Mon., Mar. 30 to May 4
      6:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: MA 3
      Instructors: Jana Oler and Dawn Miller
      Cost: $65
  • Brazilian Embroidery: Three-dimensional
    Three-dimensional embroidery is not the basic flat embroidery that your grandmother had on her dishtowels. Many of these
    flowers stand up off the fabric. Made with a needle and rayon thread this embroidery is truly a work of art. This class is for
    both new and experienced needleworkers. Students stitch at their own pace. New students will purchase a kit from the
    instructor for $17.25 and others can work on a started project or purchase a new one.
    • Course # CMSV 0097 70
      Thur., Feb. 19 to Apr. 23
      2–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 104
      Instructor: Diana Roby
      Cost: $120
  • Knitting and Crocheting
    This class is for both beginner and experienced knitters and crocheters. Beginner participants will learn basic stitches and
    how to read patterns, and they will complete several small projects. Experienced participants will receive assistance on
    individual projects. On the first night of class, knitters should bring worsted weight yarn and size 7 or 8 knitting needles,
    and crocheters should bring worsted weight yarn and a G or H hook. This class is appropriate for ages 12 and older. A
    $20–$30 (depending on project) materials fee is payable to the instructors.
    • Course # CMSV 0070 60
      Thur., Feb. 5 to Apr. 30
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: LH 170
      Instructors: Darlene Budack and Alena Wagner
      Cost: $115
  • Quilting: Navajo Code Talkers
    We will use strip and plaid fabrics to create blocks and piece the design into scrappy combinations to create this easy and
    fun quilt. A $10 materials fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0073 60
      Tue., Feb. 10 to Mar. 24
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Yong Hui Torske
      Cost: $70
  • Sewing Machine Basics
    Learn to use and maintain that sewing machine packed away in your closet. We will discuss what needle to use and proper
    threading techniques to create your own sewing project. Bring your sewing machines with manuals, needles, and a spool of
    thread to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0077 60
      Sat., Feb. 7
      10–11:30 a.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Alisa Cochrane
      Cost: $18
  • Sewing Project: Beginners
    Create a padded pouch with a zipper in this fun and easy beginner’s class. Learn how to start sewing with confidence
    along with other beginners. Bring your sewing machine with a zipper foot, scissors, and pins to class. A $15 supply fee is
    payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0078 70
      Sat., Mar. 7
      10 a.m.–noon
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Alisa Cochrane
      Cost: $20
  • Stained Glass: Beginners
    Learn to cut and break glass and create two beautiful stained glass pieces using the copper foil method in this introductory
    class. Participants may purchase project supplies from the instructor and tools will be available for use. This class is
    appropriate for ages 14 and older. A $30 materials fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0067 60
      Tue., Feb. 3 to Mar. 3
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: Glass Workz, 2217B E. 12th Street (Beverly Plaza)
      Instructor: Sharon Harris
      Cost: $63
  • Stained Glass: Intermediate
    Refine your soldering and glass cutting skills and work on larger, more complex projects than those in “Stained Glass:
    Beginners.” The instructor will introduce reinforcing. Projects should be less than two square feet and up to 100 pieces. You
    will need to provide your own glass, foil, and solder, which you may purchase from the instructor. Prior stained glass
    experience is required.
    • Course # CMSV 0068 60
      Thur., Feb. 5 to Apr. 16 (No class on Mar. 26)
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: Glass Workz, 2217B E. 12th Street (Beverly Plaza)
      Instructor: Sharon Harris
      Cost: $125
  • Stained Glass: Garden Candle Lantern
    Create a lantern from the past with this unique glass project. There is no glass cutting or previous experience required. A $1 5
    materials fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0069 60
      Wed., Feb. 4 to 18
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: Glass Workz, 2217B E. 12th Street (Beverly Plaza)
      Instructor: Sharon Harris
      Cost: $40
  • Stained Glass: Glass Box
    Make a special glass box with a hinged lid just in time for Mother’s Day. No previous experience required. Some glass
    cutting and fitting is involved. A $15 materials fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0069 70
      Wed., Mar. 4 to 18
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: Glass Workz, 2217B E. 12th Street (Beverly Plaza)
      Instructor: Sharon Harris
      Cost: $40
  • Zentangle®: Basics
    This drawing technique is easy to learn, relaxing, and a fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.
    Zentangle promotes active mindfulness and inspires selfconfidence. Check out zentangle.com for more information. A
    $6 supply fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0047 60
      Tue., Feb. 3 to 24
      3–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $30
    • Course # CMSV 0047 70
      Thur., Mar. 5 to 26
      3–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $30
  • Zentangle®: Advanced
    Continue to develop your Zentangle method as you learn more about strings, tangle enhancers, shading, and tangle patterns
    that require a higher focus level. A $6 supply fee is payable to the instructor. Bring the Zentangle mini-kit you used in the
    “Zentangle: Basics” class.
    • Course # CMSV 0048 80
      Thur., Apr. 2 to 30 (No class on Apr. 16)
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $30
  • Zentangle®: Renaissance Tiles
    Learn how the Zentangle method and chiaroscuro, a Renaissance drawing technique, come together. Become
    familiar with techniques that give your work a recognizable Renaissance look and feel using tangles from a new angle. We
    will create tiles using brown, black, and white pens to work the surface and create shadow and highlights. A $6 supply fee is
    payable to the instructor. Bring the Zentangle mini-kit you used in “Zentangle: Basics” to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0049 60
      Thur., Feb. 5 to 26
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $30
  • Zentangle®: Special Projects
    Continue your creativity in this advanced class. We will be creating the same projects we did last fall. Zentangle promotes
    active mindfulness and inspires self-confidence. You will complete three larger format art pieces. A $10 supply fee is
    payable to the instructor. Bring the Zentangle supplies from previous classes.
    • Course # CMSV 0049 70
      Tue., Mar. 3 to Apr. 7
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $35
  • Zentangle®: Tips, Tricks, and Twists
    Discover unusual strings, play with shapes, and see old tangles in new and exciting ways in this class. Zentangle
    promotes active mindfulness and inspires self-confidence. A $6 supply fee is payable to the instructor. Bring your Zentangle
    supplies from previous classes.
    • Course #CMSV 0049 71
      Mon. Mar. 2 to 23
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $28
CLASSES : CULINARY
SPRING 2015
  • Brioche
    The soft texture of this enriched bread made with butter and egg yolks creates a delicious base for sandwiches, desserts,
    and French toast. We will make brioche à tête, braid, and Nanterre.
    • Course # CMSV 0836 72
      Tue. Feb. 10
      5:30–8 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Laura Driscoll
      Cost: $40
  • Cheese Making: Beginner
    Learn basic cheese making techniques, including how to make queso blanco, paneer, mozzarella, and yogurt. Bring a
    small cooler, towel, and sack lunch to class. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0810 70
      Sat., Feb. 21
      10 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Debra Reddy
      Cost: $67
    • Course # CMSV 0810 71
      Sat., Mar. 14
      10 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Debra Reddy
      Cost: $67
  • Cheese Making: Intermediate
    Continue developing your cheese making skills by learning the techniques used to make hard cheeses, curds, and
    cheddar cheese. Bring a small cooler, towel, and sack lunch to class. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0811 80
      Sat., Apr. 25
      10 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Debra Reddy
      Cost: $67
  • Coffee 101
    Casper’s very first barista shares her coffee knowledge and secrets in this class. Learn how to order a perfect cup of joe
    or make your own at home, discover the difference between a latte and a cappuccino, and enjoy finding out what all
    those fancy terms actually mean. Flavorings, milk, and beans are the base ingredients for many tasty drinks. This is a
    demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0111 60
      Thur., Feb. 12
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tiffany Bina
      Cost: $26
    • Course # CMSV 0111 80
      Mon., Apr. 13
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tiffany Bina
      Cost: $26
  • Condensed Soup Delights
    Put a new spin on classic recipes made with condensed soup such as green bean and tater tot casseroles. We will create
    some new recipes that use soups as an enhancer. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0112 80
      Wed., Apr. 1
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $35
  • Crockpot Slow Cooking
    Learn how to make one-pot dishes that you put together in the morning and are ready to serve when you get home. Learn
    crockpot basics such as proper cooking, food placement, and what foods do not belong in a crockpot. Recipes will be
    provided. This is a demonstration and tasting class.
    • Course # CMSV 0813 60
      Thur., Feb. 5
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $35
    • Course # CMSV 0813 80
      Mon., Mar. 30
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $35
  • Gluten Free Cooking
    Wheat free food can be tasty, and living gluten free is not a fad. Learn how to make a lifestyle change, identify hidden
    wheat sources, eat clean, and cook delicious food at home. The instructor will discuss and demonstrate gluten free recipes
    from her cookbook “A Wheat Free Life.” You will get to practice making some tasty treats to sample.
    • Course # CMSV 0114 70
      Mon. and Tue., Feb. 23 and 24
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Michelle S. Badger
      Cost: $42
    • Course # CMSV 0114 80
      Tue. and Wed., Apr. 7 and 8
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Michelle S. Badger
      Cost: $42
  • Perfect Panini
    A grilled cheese sandwich pales in comparison to the panini (Italian for sandwich), a pressed and toasted sandwich made
    with deli-style ingredients and rolls or bread other than the traditional sandwich loaf. We will explore fillings with an
    international flair including the classic Cuban, the Hawaiian (hint: think Spam), and one of the instructor’s personal favorites,
    the fluffy Elvis. Recipes will be shared. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0806 60
      Thur., Jan. 29
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $35
  • Rice, Rice, and More Rice
    Rice is a versatile and widely consumed grain that comes in many varieties. Learn how people use rice worldwide and
    how to cook dishes that use different types of rice. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 1400 80
      Mon., May 4
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $35
  • Shrimp
    We will use the best of the sea to create several dishes including shrimp tacos, stir-fry, and fettuccine. Join us as we
    pay homage to these sweet tasting creatures, and take the recipes home to try. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0812 70
      Mon., Mar. 9
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $40
    • Course # CMSV 0812 80
      Wed., Apr. 22
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $40
  • Volga German Food
    In the 1700s, many Germans migrated to Russia (near the Volga River) during the war in hope of a better life. They
    strived to hold onto their culture including their foods. Many of these immigrant farmers escaped to the Midwest bringing
    their signature Volga German recipes with them, which they have handed down through the generations. Common
    ingredients included cabbage, meat, sauerkraut, potatoes, and cream. The instructor will demonstrate how to prepare several
    Volga German dishes such as dumplings, soups, and more. Participants will sample these hearty soups and take home
    recipes. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0802 70
      Wed. Feb. 25
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $35
  • Winemaking 101
    Experience the wine making process from start to bottling. Participants will start a gallon of wine using either a kit or from
    scratch, and then finish it at home since the process takes three months. We will sample wines and learn about the different
    varieties. You must be 21 years of age or older to register. Bring a valid driver’s license to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0815 70
      Tue., Mar. 3 to Apr. 14
      7:30–9:30 p.m.
      Location: 122 East Midwest Ave.
      Instructor: Rich Weaver
      Cost: $108
  • Unique, Exotic, and Exquisite Desserts
    Try amazing desserts prepared with native Peruvian fruits and vegetables, ranging from purple corn pudding and caramelstuffed
    cookies called alfajores to more complex creations like the exotic lucuma or guanabana mousse. The lacuma, found
    only in Peru, is a savory-yet-sweet, orange-colored treat that factors heavily into many bakers’ concoctions. This class is
    an unforgettable treat for those with a sweet tooth. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0118 70
      Sat., Feb. 28
      12:30–3:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Teresa Bogucki
      Cost: $35
    • Course # CMSV 0118 80
      Tue., Mar. 31
      5:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Teresa Bogucki
      Cost: $35
CLASSES : DANCE & MUSIC
SPRING 2015
  • Ballroom Dance: Beginners
    Come dance the night away after learning three fun and easy ballroom dances: the waltz, jitterbug, and foxtrot. Must register
    with a partner.
    • Course # CMSV 0035 60
      Sun., Feb. 1 to 22
      4–6 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $65/each
  • Ballroom Dance: Intermediate
    Continue practicing the steps and dances learned in the beginning class while learning two new dances, the cha-cha
    and the waltz. These steps both have an easy rhythm and patterns that will allow you to easily look like you have been
    doing them for years.
    • Course # CMSV 0035 70
      Sun., Mar. 8 to 29
      4–6 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $65/each
  • Belly Dance: Basics
    People of all ages, shapes, and sizes can belly dance and benefit from increased energy and flexibility, strengthening,
    toning, and improved body image. Come discover your inner goddess. Bring three yards of chiffon to class for veils.
    • Course # CMSV 0036 60
      Sat., Feb. 7 to Mar. 7
      10–11:30 a.m.
      Location: 1977 E. A St.
      Instructor: Jane Sutton
      Cost: $55
    • Course # CMSV 0036 80
      Sat., Mar. 28 to Apr. 25
      10–11:30 a.m.
      Location: 1977 E. A St.
      Instructor: Jane Sutton
      Cost: $55
  • Country Swing: Beginners
    Stop sitting on the sidelines while your friends dance. Learn three fun and easy dances including the country swing (aka
    bar swing), two-step, and country waltz in this beginner’s level class. You do not need a dance partner to take this class.
    • Course # CMSV 0036 60
      Sun., Feb. 1 to 22
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $65
  • Country Swing: Intermediate
    Expand on the dance steps you learned in “Country Swing: Beginners.” Learn the two-step, waltz, a touch of ballroom, and
    more. This class will help you “smooth” out your dance moves. You do not need a dance partner to take this class.
    • Course # CMSV 0040 70
      Sun., Mar. 8 to 29
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $65 per person
  • Hula: Beginners
    Learn the fundamentals of traditional Hawaiian hula. You will learn basic hula steps, motions, language, traditional Hawaiian
    songs and chants, and ancient and modern hulas.
    • Course # CMSV 1000 80
      Sat., Apr. 4 to 25
      10:30 a.m.–noon
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Esther Langi
      Cost: $43
  • Line Dancing: Beginners
    Gain confidence and ease on the dance floor by learning the latest fun and easy line dances. We will practice popular
    dances such as the Cupid Shuffle, two-step, Cha Cha Slide, and Copperhead Road. You do not need a dance partner to take this
    class. Call the instructor for more information at 307-259-2501.
    • Course # CMSV 0042 60
      Sun., Feb. 1 to 22
      2:30–3:30 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $25
  • Line Dancing: Intermediate
    Gain confidence and ease on the dance floor by learning the latest fun and easy line dances. We will practice new line dances
    to many styles of music. You do not need a dance partner to take this class. Call the instructor for more information at
    307-259-2501.
    • Course # CMSV 0042 70
      Sun., Mar. 8 to 29
      2:30–3:30 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $25
  • Line Dancing: Advanced
    Continue to learn all the latest fun and easy dances for all ages. You do not need a dance partner to take this class. Call the
    instructor for more information at 307-259-2501.
    • Course # CMSV 0042 80
      Sun., Apr. 12 to 26
      2:30–3:30 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $25
  • West Coast Swing: Beginner
    Learn this fun and challenging partner swing dance. This dance, which evolved from the Lindy Hop, allows both leaders and
    followers a great amount of play and creativity. We will focus on lead/follow techniques, connection, and basic patterns. You do
    not need a dance partner to take this class.
    • Course # CMSV 0043 60
      Thur., Feb. 12 to Mar. 5
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Kristin Rothaupt
      Cost: $55
    • Course # CMSV 0043 80
      Sat., Apr. 11 to May 2
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Kristin Rothaupt
      Cost: $55
  • Guitar: Beginner
    Dust off your guitar and hidden talent and come learn open chords, keys, and rhythm styles. Bring an acoustic guitar and
    pick to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0300 60
      Wed., Feb. 11 to Mar. 25
      7–8:30 p.m.
      Location: MU 112
      Instructor: James Jordan
      Cost: $65
CLASSES : HEALTH AND FITNESS
SPRING 2015
  • Cardio Conditioning
    Improve your cardiovascular endurance, shed pounds, and feel great with this fun and challenging hi-lo and step aerobics cla ss.
    We welcome all fitness levels and encourage you to work at your own pace and comfort level.
    • Course # CMSV 0179 60
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 27 to Mar. 12
      8–8:50 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $55
    • Course # CMSV 0179 80
      Tue. and Thur., Mar. 24 to May 7
      8–8:50 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $55
  • Cardio/Sculpt Circuit Training
    Get a great cardiovascular workout and strengthen your major muscle groups in this hi-lo and step aerobics class. Work all
    muscle groups with easy-to-follow steps and free weights, tubes, stability balls, and weighted balls.
    • Course # CMSV 0178 60
      Mon. and Fri., Jan. 26 to Mar. 13 (No
      class on Feb. 16)
      5–5:55 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $55
    • Course # CMSV 0178 80
      Mon. and Fri., Mar. 23 to May 8
      5–5:55 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $55
  • Fitness on the Fly
    Isolate body areas and tone multiple muscle groups by performing a variety of body-sculpting exercises using stability
    and weighted balls, tubing, drumsticks, and free weights. This 30-minute workout will challenge your muscles and keep your
    heart pumping at an elevated rate to burn fat and calories.
    • Course # CMSV 0175 60
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 27 to May 7 (No class on Mar. 17 and 19)
      6:25–6:55 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
  • Mat Pilates: Core and More
    Strengthen your core muscles and improve your flexibility, balance, and posture while focusing on proper breathing in this
    class. The movements will help flatten abdominal muscles, yield longer and leaner muscles, prevent injury, relieve stress
    and tension, heighten body awareness, enhance athletic performance, and boost self-esteem. We will perform lowimpact
    movements on an exercise mat and use stability balls and small weighted balls to enhance the effectiveness of the
    exercise. We welcome all fitness levels.
    • Course # CMSV 0032 60
      Mon. and Wed., Jan. 26 to Mar. 11
      (No class on Feb. 16)
      6–6:55 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
    • Course # CMSV 0032 61
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 27 to Mar. 12
      9–9:50 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
    • Course # CMSV 0032 62
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 27 to Mar. 12
      4:30–5:25 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
    • Course # CMSV 0032 80
      Mon. and Wed., Mar. 23 to May 6
      6–6:55 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
    • Course # CMSV 0032 81
      Tue. And Thur., Mar. 24 to May 7
      9–9:55 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
    • Course # CMSV 0032 82
      Tue. and Thur., Mar. 24 to May 7
      4:30–5:25 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
  • Senior Silver Sneakers: Cardio and Strength Training
    Improve your physical and mental health with this low-impact, easy-to-follow cardio and strength-training workout. We will
    use weights and tubes to challenge the major muscle groups. This class is for people age 55 plus.
    • urse # CMSV 0177 60
      Mon., Wed., and Fri., Jan. 26 to
      Mar. 13 (No class on Feb. 16)
      9–9:50 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
    • Course # CMSV 0177 80
      Mon., Wed., and Fri., Mar. 23 to
      May 8 (No class on Apr. 3)
      9–9:50 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65
  • Senior Stretch and Balance
    Become more flexible and balanced while gaining strength with this class. You will learn a variety of balancing and stretching
    exercises done standing or lying on mats and some core strengthening exercises. Bring a mat to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0180 60
      Fri., Jan. 30 to Mar. 13
      10–10:45 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $30
    • Course # CMSV 0180 80
      Fri., Mar. 20 to May 8
      (No class on Apr. 3)
      10–10:45 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $30
  • Tai Chi
    Learn exercises for balance, flexibility, range of motion, strength, and a healthy mind and body. We will explore several styles
    of tai chi to address energy, arthritis, and osteoporosis issues including the 8 form yang style. You can do these styles stand ng
    or sitting in a chair. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing.
    • Course # CMSV 1201 60
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 27 to Mar. 12
      10:30–11:30 a.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Harry Groves
      Cost: $50
    • Course # CMSV 1201 80
      Tue. and Thur., Mar. 24 to May 7
      10:30–11:30 a.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Harry Groves
      Cost: $50
  • Vinyasa Flow
    Experience the physical and mental benefits of combining the breath with smooth, dance-like movements. Vinyasa is a series
    of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. All levels are welcome.
    • Course # CMSV 1209 80
      Tue. and Thur., Mar. 17 to May 7
      5:15–6:15 p.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Crystal Sosalla
      Cost: $55
  • Yoga: Beginners
    Yoga can help you increase your flexibility and strength, loosen your joints, stretch and irrigate your vertebrae, and relax. Basic
    hatha yoga incorporates postures with breathing techniques to bring body, mind, and breathe into one. Wear loose clothing and
    bring a yoga mat, towel, and strap to class.
    • Course # CMSV 1200 60
      Mon. and Wed., Jan. 26 to Mar. 11
      (No class on Feb. 16)
      Noon–1 p.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Crystal Sosalla
      Cost: $50
    • Course # CMSV 1200 80
      Mon. and Wed., Mar. 23 to May 6
      Noon–1 p.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Crystal Sosalla
      Cost: $50
  • Yoga: Intermediate
    Challenge yourself and enhance your practice. This class offers more advanced poses, quicker flow from pose to pose, and
    longer holding of poses. The instructor will offer modifications, so everyone is welcome to attend. Work at your own pace, and
    do something positive for your body.
    • Course # CMSV 1204 70
      Sat., Feb. 28 to May 2
      9–10 a.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Crystal Sosalla
      Cost: $35
  • Yoga: Beginners and Beyond
    Increase your flexibility, loosen your joints, and stretch and irrigate your vertebrae with yoga, which is both strengthening
    and relaxing. Yoga helps to eliminate toxins from the body and is aerobic in its breathing techniques. Wear loose clothing, do not
    eat a heavy meal before class, and bring a yoga mat to class.
    • Course # CMSV 1202 60
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 27 to Mar. 12
      5:15–6:15 p.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Crystal Sosalla
      Cost: $55
    • Zumba® Fitness
      Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that is sure to keep y ou
      motivated. Have a blast in this body energizing, calorie burning class.
      • Course # CMSV 1210 60
        Tue. and Thur., Jan. 27 to Mar. 12
        5:30–6:30 p.m.
        Location: NCSD Fairgrounds Center
        Instructor: Carley Stenson
        Cost: $45
      • Course # CMSV 1210 80
        Tue. and Thur., Mar. 24 to May 7
        5:30–6:30 p.m.
        Location: NCSD Fairgrounds Center
        Instructor: Carley Stenson
        Cost: $45
CLASSES : PERSONAL GROWTH
SPRING 2015
  • Childbirth Choices
    Discover pregnancy and childbirth options before you make decisions that impact future choices. Learn about the benefits a nd
    risks of common medical childbirth interventions and available options in Casper. Explore issues related to pregnancy and
    childbirth from a licensed professional.
    • Course # CMSV 0410 60
      Sat., Feb. 7
      10–11:30 a.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Jewel Hernandez, CPM, LM
      Cost: $18
    • Course # CMSV 0410 70
      Sat., Mar. 14
      10–11:30 a.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Jewel Hernandez, CPM, LM
      Cost: $18
    • Course # CMSV 0410 80
      Sat., Apr. 18
      10–11:30 a.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Jewel Hernandez, CPM, LM
      Cost: $18
  • Saving Money by Using the Internet
    Discover the best online shopping sites, safe practices, and how to use your smartphone or tablet to compare prices and find
    coupons and sales not published in the newspaper.
    • Course # CMSV 1064 80
      Sat., Mar. 28
      9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Tonya Nichols
      Cost: $45
  • Storytelling to Children
    Teachers, caregivers, parents, and grandparents will learn the fundamentals of reading to children using vocal variety and
    expression that will inspire and delight your audience. The instructor will provide tips on vocal rates, pitch and tone, voice
    impressions, creating drama, and electrifying young minds. Learn how to capture children with a story while simultaneously
    teaching vocabulary and language comprehension that will strengthen academic skills and encourage lifelong readers.
    • Course # CMSV 0135 70
      Tue., Feb. 17 to Mar. 17
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: LH 184
      Instructor: Lou Mathers Stahley
      Cost: $24
  • Telling Your Story
    Everyone’s story is as different and unique as their name and family origin. You can preserve your piece of history by keeping
    an account of who you are and your life story. You will begin the process of generating your autobiography through in-class
    memory prompts.
    • Course # CMSV 0135 60
      Thur., Feb. 5 to Mar. 12
      9–11 a.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Mary Billiter
      Cost: $64
  • Digital Photography: Digital Single-lens Reflex (DSLR) Cameras
    Learn about digital photography using a DSLR camera in this introductory class. We will cover basic camera functions and
    settings, what all those knobs and dials are for, understanding your manual, and how to take better photos. Bring your DSLR
    camera and the user’s manual to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0234 60
      Tue., Jan 27 to Feb. 17
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Karel Mathisen
      Cost: $40
CLASSES : SPORTS, RECREATION

SPRING 2015

  • Firearm Safety
    Learn and demonstrate firearm safety and proper handling of revolvers and semi-automatic pistols. We will use drills and
    dummy ammunition to learn how to load and unload firearms. This class includes an individually scheduled range shooting
    session. Bring your personal pistol to class and check it in at the service counter upon entering the building. A $10 range fee is
    payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0207 60
      Fri., Jan. 30
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: Sportsman’s Warehouse
      4120 E. 2nd
      Instructor: Hubert Townsend
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CMSV 0207 70
      Fri., Feb. 27
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: Sportsman’s Warehouse
      4120 E. 2nd
      Instructor: Hubert Townsend
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CMSV 0207 80
      Fri., Mar. 27
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: Sportsman’s Warehouse
      4120 E. 2nd
      Instructor: Hubert Townsend
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CMSV 0207 81
      Fri., Apr. 24
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: Sportsman’s Warehouse
      4120 E. 2nd
      Instructor: Hubert Townsend
      Cost: $45
    • Course # CMSV 0207 82
      Fri., May 8
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: Sportsman’s Warehouse
      4120 E. 2nd
      Instructor: Hubert Townsend
      Cost: $45
  • Fly Fishing I
    Learn to fly fish for trout in small streams and rivers. We will discuss casting, knot tying, and equipment selection. Bring your
    own rods and reels to class if you have them.
    • Course # CMSV 0122 60
      Sat., Feb. 21 and 28
      8 a.m.–noon
      Location: LH 170 and LH Gym
      Instructor: Bill Mixer
      Cost: $78
  • Fly Fishing II
    We will review casting techniques, fly selection, and nymphing techniques in this on-stream clinic follow-up to “Fly Fishing I .” You
    will receive both group and one-on-one instruction. The class will meet Friday, Apr. 26 at 5 p.m. to discuss fishing locations (Grey
    Reef or Miracle Mile, depending on water conditions). We will reschedule class if there is inclement weather. Participants need to
    provide their own equipment, waders, and transportation, and have a current Wyoming fishing license. We will release all fish caught.
    “Fly Fishing I” or basic casting skills and an understanding of nymphing techniques are prerequisites to this class.
    • Course # CMSV 0123 80
      Fri. and Sat., Apr. 24 and 25
      Fri. 5–6 p.m. and Sat. 9 a.m.–noon
      Location: EI 107
      Instructor: Bill Mixer
      Cost: $68
    • Course # CMSV 0123 81
      Fri. and Sat., Apr. 24 and 25
      Fri. 5–6 p.m. and Sat. 1–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 107
      Instructor: Bill Mixer
      Cost: $68
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