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Discover a short and easy, 5 element form of Tai Chi that promotes emotional healing through moving mediations. Tai Chi is all about creating balance and harmony in every aspect of our lives. When our emotions get out of balance, we suffer emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Explore graceful, slow movements that can transform grief into acceptance, anger into forgiveness, fear into trust, confusion into clarity and feeling overwhelmed by modern day life into joy. Transform your life with this gentle yet powerful form of healing.    

608778

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Materials Cost: $0.00

Class Cost: $49.00

Instructor : Jessica Kolbe 

Instructional Method: Combo Lecture/Lab

Weekly - Sat 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (3/10/2018-3/17/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Wake Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Wake Campus.

Room :  15



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Save time and effort while you create delicious meals, prepared in advance, and presented to your family and friends as a taste delight. You will discover dishes that are simple and fresh, with a gourmet touch that makes them special. Working along side your classmates, you will make the recipes, taste the results, and bring home dinner for two that evening. Food this good will have all your friends encouraging you to take more classes so they can share your results.

606349

01

Materials Cost: $25.00

Class Cost: $36.00

Instructor : Diana Coburn 

Instructional Method: Combo Lecture/Lab

Weekly - Wed 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (5/2/2018-5/2/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Schott Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Schott Campus.

Room :  27 Culinary Lab



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Experience the joy and satisfaction of creating a wood project. Students learn to use hand and power tools efficiently and safely. The first project for beginning students enables the student to build a useful item of wood while learning how to select proper materials, use appropriate equipment, cut, fit, assemble, and finish the project. The first three classes are mandatory safety and instruction classes. Returning students welcome.

909339

02

Materials Cost: $5.00

Class Cost: $146.00

Instructor : Stephen Scheftic 

Instructional Method: Combo Lecture/Lab

Weekly - Mon 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (1/22/2018-3/12/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Wake Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Wake Campus.

Room :  10 Carpentry Lab

Please read: No class Feb. 19 due to holiday. No one ...More



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Experience the joy and satisfaction of creating a wood project. Students learn to use hand and power tools efficiently and safely. The first project for beginning students enables the student to build a useful item of wood while learning how to select proper materials, use appropriate equipment, cut, fit, assemble, and finish the project. The first three classes are mandatory safety and instruction classes. Returning students welcome.

909339

03

Materials Cost: $5.00

Class Cost: $110.00

Instructor : Stephen Scheftic 

Instructional Method: Combo Lecture/Lab

Weekly - Mon 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (4/2/2018-4/30/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Wake Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Wake Campus.

Room :  10 Carpentry Lab

Please read: No one under age of 18 will be admitted. No ...More



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Experience the joy and satisfaction of creating a wood project. Students learn to use hand and power tools efficiently and safely. The first project for beginning students enables the student to build a useful item of wood while learning how to select proper materials, use appropriate equipment, cut, fit, assemble, and finish the project. The first three classes are mandatory safety and instruction classes. Returning students welcome.

909339

04

Materials Cost: $5.00

Class Cost: $110.00

Instructor : Stephen Scheftic 

Instructional Method: Combo Lecture/Lab

Weekly - Tue 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (4/3/2018-5/1/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Wake Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Wake Campus.

Room :  10 Carpentry Lab

Please read: No one under age of 18 will be admitted. No ...More



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Experience the joy and satisfaction of creating a wood project. Students learn to use hand and power tools efficiently and safely. The first project for beginning students enables the student to build a useful item of wood while learning how to select proper materials, use appropriate equipment, cut, fit, assemble, and finish the project. The first three classes are mandatory safety and instruction classes. Returning students welcome.

909339

01

Materials Cost: $5.00

Class Cost: $182.00

Instructor : Stephen Scheftic 

Instructional Method: Combo Lecture/Lab

Weekly - Tue 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (1/16/2018-3/13/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Wake Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Wake Campus.

Room :  10 Carpentry Lab

Please read: No one under age of 18 will be admitted. No ...More



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Wondering how retirement can be successfully navigated from both a financial and emotional standpoint?  Frequently we hear of the financial challenges, but we often overlook the emotional challenges that may also detract from happiness during these precious years.  Come away with your own personalized investment plan to achieve your retirement goals and also enhance your emotional awareness to enjoy a 'Life Well Lived.'  

504151

01

Materials Cost: $0.00

Class Cost: $29.00

Instructor : Mitchell Kauffman 

Instructional Method: Lecture

Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM (3/10/2018-3/10/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Wake Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Wake Campus.

Room :  16



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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is essentially a deficit in the ability to motivate oneself to achieve a future goal.  This condition significantly impacts children, students and adults in all aspects of daily living.  Often feeling bored, ADHD sufferers have trouble starting and finishing tasks.  Find out why morning and bedtime routines are so difficult, and how fear of not fulfilling future goals and promises can become a daily reality.  Explore beyond the basics of 'what is ADHD'.  Explore the current research that connects neurological functions with successful real life strategies for children, teens and adults such as fidget, mindfulness, and timing strategies.

202720

01

Materials Cost: $0.00

Class Cost: $29.00

Instructor : Roland Rotz 

Instructional Method: Lecture

Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM (3/10/2018-3/10/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Schott Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Schott Campus.

Room :  03



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Scientific understanding of our aging brain is changing rapidly. Explore recent research on aging humans and other organisms with a wide range of lifespans, and examine the powers of regeneration after injury. New understanding of biological mechanisms suggests that we can control many factors of brain aging with lifestyle choices and cutting-edge technologies.  Each semester, new material is covered on recent developments in mental decline, immune health, cancer, and stroke damage to the brain.  

608733

01

Materials Cost: $4.00

Class Cost: $25.00

Instructor : Karl Blasius 

Instructional Method: Lecture

Weekly - Thu 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (3/15/2018-3/22/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Wake Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Wake Campus.

Room :  16

More information online at:  Karl's YouTube Video



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We know the story of the Vietnam War but know very little about what happened after the Communists gained power.  What role did the Viet Cong now play in the new regime? Where did able-bodied men go? Why did women stop wearing nail polish, when was 'suicide soup' served, and who were the only people to attend movies?  Erin Graffy, researcher and author of award-winning history books, will bring you an eye-opening look at TET offensive, civilian life and the dramatic aftermath of the Vietnam conflict.

001445

01

Materials Cost: $0.00

Class Cost: $36.00

Instructor : Erin Graffy 

Instructional Method: Lecture

Weekly - Tue 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM (3/6/2018-3/20/2018)

Location : Santa Barbara, Schott Campus Location : 
  Santa Barbara, Schott Campus.

Room :  14 Tannahill Auditorium



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