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California Wine Adventure 2014

  • October 20-28, 2014
  • 9 Days ~ 13 Meals
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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 : ARTS, CRAFTS, & PHOTOGRAPHY

 

  • Brazilian Embroidery: Beginners
    Brazilian embroidery is a beautiful three-dimensional stitching art. You will learn how to thread a needle, tie a knot, and basic stitches, including bullion, cast-on, French knots, and pistols. Previous stitching experience is not required. Each participant will have time to complete one three-dimensional embroidery project. Bring a pair of small scissors and a 3”or 6” hoop to the first class. A $18.50 materials fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0097 70
      Mon., Feb. 24 to Apr. 21
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: EI 105
      Instructor: Diana Roby
      Cost: $120

  • Brazilian Embroidery: Intermediate
    Finish an old embroidery project or start a new one in this class. Bring your basic sewing supplies to class. Brazilian Embroidery I is not required to take this class. You may purchase project supplies from the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0098 70
      Thur., Feb. 27 to Apr. 24
      2–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 105
      Instructor: Diana Roby
      Cost: $120
  • Book Binding
    Create classic sewn books using the kettle stitch and variations of the long stitch. Make at least five unique books. A $20 materials fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0052 70
      Tue., Jan. 28 to Feb. 25
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: PS 202
      Instructor: Judy Goedicke
      Cost: $65

  • Knitting and Crocheting
    This class is for beginner and experienced knitters and crocheters. Beginner participants will learn basic stitches, understand how to read patterns, and 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 to $30 materials fee (depending on project) is payable to the instructors.
    • Course # CMSV 0070 60
      Thur., Feb. 6 to May 1 (No class Mar. 13)
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: LH 170
      Instructor: Darlene Budack and Alena Wagner
      Cost: $115

  • Quilting: Modern
    Learn to make a simple and elegant quilt using all sizes of squares and strips from your scrap bag. Bring your pieces of fabric to class; the teacher will also provide some fabric.
    • Course # CMSV 0073 70
      Tue., Mar. 4 to Apr. 15
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Yong Hui Torske
      Cost: $70

  • Quilting: Machine
    Learn machine-quilting basics in this hands-on class, including what tools to use and how to mark quilting designs, such as in-the-ditch and free motion quilting. We will use various background fillers, draft feathers, and borders to create a complete project. The instructor will provide a supply list at the first class.
    • Course # CMSV 0080 70
      Thur., Mar. 6 to Apr. 17
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Yong Hui Torske
      Cost: $70

  • Stained Glass: Beginners
    Learn to cut and break glass to create two beautiful stained glass pieces using the copper foil method in this introductory class. This class is appropriate for age 14 and older. A $30 materials fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0067 60
      Tue., Feb. 4 to Mar. 4
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: Prairie Wind Gallery, 1120 E. 12th St.
      Instructor: Sharon Harris
      Cost: $58

  • 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. 6 to Apr. 17 (No class Mar. 13)
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: Prairie Wind Gallery, 1120 E. 12th St.
      Instructor: Sharon Harris
      Cost: $115

  • Stained Glass: Lamp Project
    Construct a dome style lampshade using multiple rows. No form is needed. Participants will all create the same shape with various glasses. Prior stained glass experience is required. You will need to provide your own glass, solder, and copper foil, which you may purchase from the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0069 70
      Tue., Mar. 18 to Apr. 22
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: Prairie Wind Gallery, 1120 E. 12th St.
      Instructor: Sharon Harris
      Cost: $74

  • Stained Glass: Stepping Stones
    Create a beautiful mosaic and glass stepping-stone. No previous experience required. A $15 materials fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0069 80
      Wed., Apr. 2 and 9
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: Prairie Wind Gallery, 1120 E. 12th St.
      Instructor: Sharon Harris
      Cost: $40

  • Zentangle Basics
    Anyone can be an artist with this new and relaxing drawing technique. Learn to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. The instructor is a certified Zentangle teacher. A $6 supply fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0047 60
      Wed., Feb. 5 to 26
      3–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $28

  • Zentangle: Advanced
    Master your drawing skills and expand your creativity in this advanced class. Learn about strings, tangle enhancers, shading, and patterns that require a high level of focus. A $6 supply fee is payable to the instructor. Bring the Zentangle mini-kit you used in Zentangle: Basics to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0047 70
      Thur., Mar. 6 to 27
      3–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $28

  • Zentangle: Color
    Add color to the simplicity and beauty of Zentangle. Use markers, colored pencils, watercolors, and glitter to create new dimensions on micron-permanent black ink drawings. A $6 supply fee is payable to the instructor. Bring the Zentangle mini-kit you used in Zentangle: Basics to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0048 70
      Wed., Mar. 5 to 26
      3–4:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $28

  • Zentangle: Special Projects
    Take your Zentangle drawing to the next level, including larger format art pieces, illumitangle, and ink blown string. A $10 materials fee is payable to the instructor. Bring the Zentangle mini-kit you used in Zentangle: Basics to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0048 80
      Tue., Apr. 1 to May 6
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: $37



SPIRNG 2014 - PHOTOGRAPHY
  • Digital Photography: Point and Shoot Cameras
    Learn about digital photography using your own point and shoot 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 digital camera and the user’s manual to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0237 60
      Tue., Jan. 28 to Feb. 18
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: GW 115
      Instructor: Karel Mathisen
      Cost: $40

  • 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
      Thur., Jan. 30 to Feb. 27 (No class Feb. 6)
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Karel Mathisen
      Cost: $40

  • Photography Projects
    This intermediate to advanced photography class is for people who know how to use their cameras and want to focus on improving their photographic abilities. Participants will choose their photo project and do their shooting outside of class. We will discuss methods of displaying and publishing your work. Bring your cameras and an 8 GB jump drive to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0235 70
      Thur., Mar. 20 to Apr. 10
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: BU 127
      Instructor: Karel Mathisen
      Cost: $40

  • Photoshop: Beginners
    Learn Photoshop and Photoshop Elements basics, including image adjustments, layers masking, cloning, special effects filters, and re-touching. You will practice your skills on photos selected by the instructor and on your own photos. Bring an 8 GB jump drive to the first class.
    • Course # CMSV 0236 70
      Sat., Feb. 15 to Mar. 1
      9 a.m.–12 p.m.
      Location: BU 127
      Instructor: Karel Mathisen
      Cost: $44

  • Photoshop: Intermediate
    This class is for people who already know basic Photoshop tools and functions, such as review layers, adjust layers, masking, color adjustments, cloning, photo stitching, and filters, and want to expand their skills. You will practice your skills on photos selected by the instructor and on your own photos. Bring an 8 GB jump drive to the first class.
    • Course # CMSV 0238 70
      Sat., Mar. 22 to Apr. 5
      9 a.m.–12 p.m.
      Location: BU 127
      Instructor: Karel Mathisen
      Cost: $44


 
CLASSES : CULINARY
SPRING 2014
  • A Can and a Plan
    We have all stood in front of an opened cabinet wondering what to make for dinner. Learn how to make jalapeno corn casserole, ugly dip, and sopa de fideo using canned food found in your pantry. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0809 80
      Tue., Mar. 25
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $33

  • Canning: Fruit
    Enjoy summer’s bounty of fruit all year round with homemade jams and jellies. Learn the art of “putting up” or canning fruit using the hot water bath method. We will make enough product for participants to take home samples. Bring a sack lunch to class. A $5 supply fee is payable to the instructor. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0821 80
      Sun., Apr. 27
      10 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Debra Reddy
      Cost: $67

  • Canning: Vegetables
    Preserve summer’s vegetable bounty to enjoy all winter long. Learn the art of “putting up” or canning vegetables using the hot water bath and pressure cooker methods and some pickling. Bring a sack lunch to class. A $10 supply fee is payable to the instructor. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0820 80
      Sat., Apr. 26
      10 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Debra Reddy
      Cost: $67

  • Cheese Making
    Learn basic cheese making techniques, including how to make queso blanco, paneer, mozzarella, and yogurt. Bring a small cooler, towel, and a sack lunch to class. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0810 70
      Sat., Mar. 22
      10 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Debra Reddy
      Cost: $67

    • Course # CMSV 0810 80
      Sat., Mar. 29
      10 a.m.–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Debra Reddy
      Cost: $67

  • Chili and Stew
    You will be excited for cold weather after learning to make these easy, filling, comfort foods. The instructor will demonstrate green, white, and red chilies, Brunswick stew (the chicken version not the squirrel), and classic beef stew. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0830 60
      Tue., Feb. 25
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $33

  • Cooking with Quinoa
    Quinoa, known as the super grain, is an ancient seed higher in protein and minerals than other more common grains. It is high in fiber and iron, low in fat, and naturally gluten-free. Learn to make an enticing array of dishes from appetizers to desserts using quinoa. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0836 60
      Tue., Feb. 11 and 18
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Teresa Bogucki
      Cost: $50

  • Date Night
    Cook a romantic dinner with your sweetheart and learn how much fun cooking together can be. We will make veal osso bucco and a dessert. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0835 60
      Thur., Feb. 13
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tamra Jayne and Carla Edwards
      Cost: $35

  • Girls Night Out: Trifles
    Learn how to create a beautiful layered trifle in this girls only class. Most trifles are sweet and made with cake or ladyfingers and custard. In this class, we will learn about main dish trifles such as the hot roast beef trifle. Bring your appetite, as we will taste all of the terrific trifles prepared. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0802 80
      Fri., Apr. 4
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $33

  • How Would You Like That Cooked?
    Each week we will use a different heating technique to cook delectable entrees and side dishes. You will learn to sauté, pan roast, grill, broil, braise, stew, poach, and steam meats and vegetables. We will provide great recipes to take home each week. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0811 70
      Thur., Feb 20 to Mar. 13
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tamra Jayne and Carla Edwards
      Cost: $62



  • Kitchen Cutting Basics
    Learn how to choose the right utensils, cutting boards, and knives for your kitchen. We will practice proper cutting techniques, including how to chop, julienne, and dice. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0837 60
      Thur., Feb. 6
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tamra Jayne and Carla Edwards
      Cost: $30

    • Course # CMSV 0837 70
      Sat., Feb. 22
      10 a.m.–12 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tamra Jayne and Carla Edwards
      Cost: $30

  • Make Once, Eat Twice
    Stretch your grocery dollars by learning to make a main meal and then create another meal with the leftovers. Recipes include turkey tetrazzini, fajitas, and more. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0825 70
      Tue., Mar. 4
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $33

  • Meals on a Budget
    Stretch your food dollars by using coupons and by purchasing food on sale. Learn how to shop for seasonal produce and bargain proteins and how to keep them longer using simple preservations methods. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0804 60
      Sat., Jan. 25
      10 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tamra Jayne and Carla Edwards
      Cost: $26

    • Course # CMSV 0804 80
      Thur., Apr. 3
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tamra Jayne
      Cost: $26

  • Peruvian Cuisine
    Peruvian cuisine is gaining culinary prominence. Learn how to prepare this popular cuisine, and taste what everyone is raving about. Receive lots of recipes, learn about the ingredients, and have fun. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0812 80
      Tue., Apr. 8 and 15
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Teresa Bogucki
      Cost: $50

  • Potato Party
    This hearty, starchy wonder is good for more than a mashed mound to hold gravy at Thanksgiving. We will use golden russet potatoes to make oven fries, colcannon, and garlic potatoes. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0803 60
      Mon., Feb. 10
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $33

    • Course # CMSV 0803 80
      Tue., Apr. 22
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $33

  • Smoothie Sensation
    Create your own version of the popular smoothie by blending together ice, cream, yogurt, and flavorings. Bring your own ideas to share. This is a demonstration class.
    • Course # CMSV 0808 70
      Tue., Mar. 18
      5:30–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: $33

  • Sourdough Bread
    Learn to bake sourdough bread from starter to finish. Making bread using natural yeast is time consuming, yet the end results are so rewarding. You will learn how to care for your starter and knead, proof, shape, and bake classic sourdough bread. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0805 60
      Mon. and Tue., Jan. 27 and Jan 28
      Mon. 5:30–9:30 p.m. and Tue. 5:30–7:00 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Laura Driscoll
      Cost: $45

  • Two Sauces, Many Entrees
    We will start by learning to make traditional Italian meat and lemon caper sauces. Then, we will create several dishes using the sauces such as spaghetti, lasagna, eggplant parmesan, veal piccata, lemon chicken, and baked salmon. This is a hands-on class.
    • Course # CMSV 0806 70
      Thur., Mar. 20
      6–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tamra Jayne
      Cost: $45

    • Course # CMSV 0806 80
      Thur., Mar. 27
      6–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: Tamra Jayne
      Cost: $45

  • Winemaking 101
    Experience the wine making process from start to bottling. Participants will start a gallon of wine with either a kit or from scratch, which they will finish at home since the process takes three months. We will sample wines and learn about the different varieties. You must be 21 to register. Please bring a valid driver’s license to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0815 70
      Tue., Mar. 4 to Apr. 15
      7:30–9:30 p.m.
      Location: 122 East Midwest Ave.
      Instructor: Rich Weaver
      Cost: $108
CLASSES : DANCE & MUSIC
DANCE 2014
  • Ballroom and Jitterbug for Beginners
    Dance the night away after learning three fun and easy ballroom dances: the waltz, jitterbug, and foxtrot. Register with a partner.
    • Course # CMSV 0035 60
      Sun., Feb. 9 to Mar. 2
      5:15–7:15 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $65/each

    • Course # CMSV 0035 70
      Tue., Feb. 25 to Mar. 25 (No class Mar. 11)
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: Casper Senior Center, 1831 E 4th St.
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $65/each

    • Course # CMSV 0035 71
      Sun., Mar. 9 to 30
      5:15–7:15 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, flexibility, strengthening, toning, and improved body image. Come discover your inner goddess. Bring three yards of chiffon to class for a veil.
    • Course # CMSV 0036 60
      Sat., Feb. 1 to Mar. 1
      10–11:30 a.m.
      Location: The Sacred Door, 1977 E. A St.
      Instructor: Jane Sutton
      Cost: $58

    • Course # CMSV 0036 80
      Sat., Mar. 29 to Apr. 26
      10–11:30 a.m.
      Location: The Sacred Door, 1977 E. A St.
      Instructor: Jane Sutton
      Cost: $58

  • Country Swing: Beginners
    Stop sitting on the sidelines while your friends dance. In this beginner’s level class, learn three fun and easy dances: the country swing (aka bar swing), two-step, and country waltz. You do not need a dance partner to take this class.
    • Course # CMSV 0033 60
      Tue., Jan. 28 to Feb. 18
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: Casper Senior Center, 1831 E 4th St.
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $68

    • Course # CMSV 0033 61
      Sun., Feb. 9 to Mar. 2
      7:15–9:15 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $68

    • Course # CMSV 0033 70
      Sun., Mar. 9 to 30
      7:15–9:15 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $68

  • Country Swing: Intermediate
    Expand on the dance steps you learned in Country Swing: Beginning. 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 0039 80
      Tue., Apr. 1 to 22
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: Casper Senior Center, 1831 E 4th St.
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $68

  • Line Dancing Country Style I
    Gain confidence and ease on the dance floor by learning the latest fun and easy line dances. Dances include the wobble, Casper slide, copperhead road, and wagon wheel. You do not need a dance partner to take this class.
    • Course # CMSV 0038 60
      Sun., Feb. 9 to Mar. 2
      4–5 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Machelle Holloway
      Cost: $25 

  • Line Dancing Country Style II
    Review the dances you learned in Line Dancing Country Style I, and add more dances to your repertoire. Gain confidence and ease on the dance floor by learning the latest fun and easy line dances. You do not need a dance partner to take this class.
    • Course # CMSV 0042 70
      Sun., Mar. 9 to 30
      4–5 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. Focus will be on lead/follow techniques, connection, and basic patters. You do not need a dance partner to take this class.
    Course # CMSV 0041 60
    • Thur., Feb. 6 to 27
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Kristin Rothaupt
      Cost: $55

SPRING 2014 - MUSIC

  • 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
      Mon., Feb. 10 to Apr. 7 (No class Feb. 17)
      7–8:30 p.m.
      Location: MU 229
      Instructor: James Jordan
      Cost: $65

  • Guitar: Intermediate
    Now that you have become familiar with chords and chord structure, it is time to advance from common guitar chords to barre chords, runs, and rhythm styles. This is not a beginner’s class. Bring a guitar and pick to class.
    • Course # CMSV 0300 61
      Wed., Feb. 12 to Apr. 2
      7–8:30 p.m.
      Location: MU 229
      Instructor: James Jordan
      Cost: $65
  • Singing for Joy
    • Course # CMSV 0311 60
      Wed., Jan. 29 to Mar. 5
      10-11:30 a.m.
      Location: MU112
      Instructor: Sandra Davies
      Cost: $53

    • Course # CMSV 0311 80
      Wed., Mar. 26 to Apr. 30
      10-11:30 a.m.
      Location: MU 112
      Instructor: Sandra Davies
      Cost: $53

 

CLASSES : HEALTH AND FITNESS
SPRING 2014
  • Cardio Conditioning
    Improve your cardiovascular endurance, shed pounds, and feel great with this fun and challenging hi-lo and step aerobics class. 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. 28 to Mar. 20 (No class Mar. 11 and 13)
      8–8:55 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $55

    • Course # CMSV 0179 80
      Tue. and Thur., Mar. 25 to May 8
      8–8:55 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 Wed., Jan. 27 to Mar. 19 (No class Feb. 17, Mar. 10 and 12)
      5–5:55 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $55

    • Course # CMSV 0178 80
      Mon. and Wed., Mar. 24 to May 7
      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. 28 to May 8 (No class Mar. 11 and 13)
      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 low-impact 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. 27 to Mar. 19 (No class Feb. 17, Mar. 10 and 12)
      6–6:55 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $60

    • Course # CMSV 0032 61
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 28 to Mar. 20 (No class Mar. 11 and 13)
      9–9:55 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $60

    • Course # CMSV 0032 62
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 28 to Mar. 20 (No class Mar. 11 and 13)
      4:30–5:25 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $60

    • Course # CMSV 0032 80
      Mon. and Wed., Mar. 24 to May 7
      6–6:55 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $60

    • Course # CMSV 0032 81
      Tue. and Thur., Mar. 25 to May 8
      4:30–5:25 p.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $60

    • Course # CMSV 0032 82
      Tue. and Thur., Mar. 25 to May 8
      9–9:55 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $60

  • Pilates Apparatus
    This introductory class offers instruction on using the Pilates reformer, chair, and spine corrector. Small class size ensures participants learn proper technique and safety while using the apparatus. Learn body awareness while strengthening your muscles. All skill levels are welcome.
    • Course # CMSV 0407 60
      Mon., Jan. 27 to Mar. 10 (No class Feb. 17)
      11 a.m.–12 p.m.
      Location: Wyoming Athletic Club, 455 Thelma Drive
      Instructor: Wendy Crilly
      Cost: $66

    • Course # CMSV 0407 80
      Mon., Mar. 24 to Apr. 21
      11 a.m.–12 p.m.
      Location: Wyoming Athletic Club, 455 Thelma Drive
      Instructor: Wendy Crilly
      Cost: $66

  • 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.
    • Course # CMSV 0177 60
      Mon., Wed., and Fri., Jan. 27 to Mar. 21 (No class Feb. 17, Mar. 10 thur14)
      9–9:55 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65

    • Course # CMSV 0177 80
      Mon., Wed., and Fri., Mar. 24 to May 9 (No class Apr. 18)
      9–9:55 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $65

  • Senior Stretch and Balance
    Become 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. 31 to Mar. 21 (No class Mar. 14)
      10–10:45 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $30

    • Course # CMSV 0180 80
      Fri., Mar. 28 to May 9 (No class Apr. 18)
      10–10:45 a.m.
      Location: LH Gym
      Instructor: Patty Kempf
      Cost: $30

  • Yoga: Beginner
    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
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 28 to Mar. 13
      5–5:55 p.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Crystal Sosalla
      Cost: $50

    • Course # CMSV 1200 61
      Mon. and Wed. Jan. 27 to Mar. 12 (No class Feb. 17)
      12–12:55 p.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Crystal Sosalla
      Cost: $50

    • Yoga: Advanced
      Use basic postures that you already know and learn the benefits of static poses. Explore cardio with dynamic flows and the positive effects of meditation on a deeper level of relaxation. Wear loose clothing and bring a yoga mat, towel, block, and strap to class.
      • Course # CMSV 1204 80
        Tue. and Thur., Mar. 25 to May 8
        5–6:30 p.m.
        Location: EI 101
        Instructor: Crystal Sosalla
        Cost: $62
CLASSES : PERSONAL GROWTH
  • Autism: What You Need To Know
    Follow the instructor’s journey into the world of autism. The instructor will provide parents, educators, family, friends, and community members with a unique perspective on autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Gain awareness and understanding that you can use in parenting, teaching, or providing care for a child with an autistic spectrum disorder.
      • Course # CMSV 0161 60
        Tue. and Thur., Jan. 28 and 30
        6–7:30 p.m.
        Location: GW 222
        Instructor: Connie Bell-Mayers
        Cost: $17

      • Course # CMSV 0161 70
        Tue. and Thur., Feb. 11 and 13
        6–7:30 p.m.
        Location: GW 222
        Instructor: Connie Bell-Mayers
        Cost: $17

  • Changing Careers: Becoming Who You Are
    Take a career exploration journey by concentrating on your values, financial goals, likes, and dislikes. After discovering the direction you want to go, you can map out a plan to take you there. Create long and short-term goals, write a resume, and learn how to land the job.
    • Course # CMSV 0149 60
      Tue., Feb. 11 to Mar. 25 (No class Mar. 11)
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Linda Crowder
      Cost: $55

  • Genealogy: Beginning
    Build a legacy for your family using modern research methods. Ancestry.com will connect you with others to create, research, and discover information about your family history. Bring the genealogy you already have to the first class. There is an optional $10 website registration fee.
    • Course # CMSV 0095 60
      Mon. and Wed., Jan. 27 and 29
      6–8:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Dwain Romsa
      Cost: $40

    • Course # CMSV 0095 61
      Tue. and Thur., Jan. 28 and 30
      5–7:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Dwain Romsa
      Cost: $40

  • Genealogy: Advanced
    Build your family tree into a legacy. Using information gathered in Genealogy: Beginning, we will add photos, records, news clippings, and write stories to create a complete family history. Ancestry.com will connect you with others to create, research, and discover information about your family history. There is a $10 website fee, if not already registered with Ancestry.com.
    • Course # CMSV 0095 70
      Mon. and Wed., Feb. 3 to Mar. 5 (No class Feb. 17)
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Dwain Romsa
      Cost: $95

  • People’s Law School
    Learn fundamental legal principles, such as the structure and operations of the Wyoming courts, domestic relations, bankruptcy law, personal injury litigation, and criminal law. You will receive a seminar handbook outlining the presentations and a certificate of completion. This class is sponsored by the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association.
    • Course # CMSV 0890 60
      Wed., Feb. 5 to Mar. 5
      7–8:30 p.m.
      Location: LH 183
      Instructors: Local attorneys and judges
      Cost: $27

  • Polishing Your Prose-Fiction Writing
    Sharpen your fiction writing skills through weekly presentation and critiques of your work. You will learn editing tools to polish your prose and how to move your manuscript toward being published. Bring a copy of Not My Kid to class, which is available at the Casper College bookstore.
    • Course # CMSV 0136 60
      Wed., Jan. 29 to Apr. 30 (No class Mar. 12 or Apr. 9)
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: LH 170
      Instructor: Mary Billiter
      Cost: $135
  • Reincarnation
    Learn why a new place sometime feels familiar or why upon meeting a new person you feel like you are talking with a long lost friend or enemy. There may be a reason for why you feel the way you do. The instructor is an author, psychic, and medium. Psychic readings will be available for those interested.
    • Course # CMSV 0170 70
      Tue., Apr. 29
      7–9 p.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructor: Pam Barber
      Cost: $35

  • Retirement Strategies
    Discover a smarter way to prepare for retirement. Explore strategies to eliminate market risk from your portfolio, link the index for market gains, and create a tax-free income for your future. Learn how you can preserve and grow your wealth without risk.
    • Course # CMSV 0130 60
      Tue., Jan. 28 to Feb. 11
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: BU 217
      Instructor: Todd Durdahl
      Cost: $20

  • Telling Your Story
    Everyone’s story is as unique as a person’s name and family origin. You can preserve your piece of history by keeping an account of who you are and your life story. Through in-class memory prompts, you will learn the process of preserving an autobiography.
    • Course # CMSV 0135 60
      Wed., Jan. 29 to Mar. 5
      9–11 a.m.
      Location: LH 170
      Instructor: Mary Billiter
      Cost: $70
CLASSES : SPORTS, RECREATION
SPRING 2014
  • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: Beginners
    Jiu Jitsu focuses on ground fighting and is one of the most effective fighting systems in martial arts. Learn to defend, hold, control, and escape an opponent from the ground position.
    • Course # CMSV 1210 60
      Fri., Feb. 7 to Mar. 7
      5–6 p.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: David Vidal
      Cost: $40

    • Course # CMSV 1210 70
      Tue. and Thur., Mar. 18 to Apr. 17
      10–11 a.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: David Vidal
      Cost: $40

    • Course # CMSV 1210 80
      Sat., Mar. 22 to Apr. 26
      10–11 a.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: David Vidal
      Cost: $40

  • Firearm Safety
    Learn and demonstrate firearm safety and the 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 at the service counter upon entering the building. A $10 range fee is payable to the instructor.
    • Course # CMSV 0207 60
      Mon., Feb. 3
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: Sportsman’s Warehouse 4120 E. 2nd
      Instructor: Hubert Townsend
      Cost: $45

    • Course # CMSV 0207 70
      Mon., Mar. 3
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: Sportsman’s Warehouse 4120 E. 2nd
      Instructor: Hubert Townsend
      Cost: $45

    • Course # CMSV 0207 80
      Mon., Apr. 7
      6:30–8:30 p.m.
      Location: Sportsman’s Warehouse 4120 E. 2nd
      Instructor: Hubert Townsend
      Cost: $45

    • Course # CMSV 0207 81
      Mon., May 5
      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. 1 and 8
      8 a.m.–noon
      Location: LH 170 and LH Gym
      Instructor: Bill Mixer
      Cost: $80

  • 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. 11 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. 11 and 12
      Fri. 5–6 p.m. and Sat. 9 a.m.–noon
      Location: EI 107
      Instructor: Bill Mixer
      Cost: $65

    • Course # CMSV 0123 81
      Fri. and Sat., Apr. 11 and 12
      Fri. 5–6 p.m. and Sat. 1–4 p.m.
      Location: EI 107
      Instructor: Bill Mixer
      Cost: $65
 
 
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