University of Wisconsin-Parkside
spring & summer 2010
food & drink
ﬁnance • writing
arts & crafts • ﬁtness
home, garden & more
even kids’ language • mind & body
math power start, music & dance • computers
dance, and more
Spring / Summer Classes your pieces, then return them to Lemon
Street where you can pick them up. . Some
tools will be available to share.
Art / Lemon St. Gallery 2-3
Instructor: Diane Leischow
Supply Fee: $35 for silver
CPR & Lifesaving 4 Location: Lemon Street Gallery
4601 Sheridan Rd.
Computers 4-5 Lemon Street Gallery Partnership Classes Kenosha, WI 53140
Crafts 5-6 Ceramics
6 Saturdays, begins February 6, Stained Glass Seminar
10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sunday, February 21, 9 a.m-12 p.m. or
Designed for beginning ceramics students, Sunday, March 21, 9 a.m.-12 p.m
this class is structured like a workshop so that This hands-on class introduces students to
Finance 7-8 intermediate students can work independently thye copper-foil method (Tiffany Style) of
with the guidance of a skilled instructor stained glass craft by completing a small
close at hand. You’ll be introduced to clay, project. You will design a small sun catcher;
Fitness 9-10 while learning many of the methods used select and cut the glass, grind each piece,
for building, surface decoration, glazing, and foil them and then solder the glass pieces
Food & Drink 11-13 finishing hand-built pottery or sculpture. together. All supplies provided.
Instructor: Phyllis Boateng Instructor: Melanie Hovey
Home & Garden 13-14 Supply Fee: Clay is purchased from Location: Lemon Street Gallery
the gallery for $1/pound 4601 Sheridan Rd.
and includes glazes/ Kenosha, WI 53140
Kids’ Stuff 15-16 firing. Fee: $40
Location: Lemon Street Gallery Limit: 7
Language, Writing 4601 Sheridan Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53140
& Civics 17-18 Intro to Acrylic Painting
5 Thursdays, begins February 25,
Limit: 15 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Mind & Body 18-20
Learn all the basic painting skills while you
Precious Metal Clay Jewelry turn your ideas into an original art piece.
Music 20-21 Sunday, February 7, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Instruction will cover design concepts while
Metal Clay has microscopic particles of planning your work, learning to mix
silver in a polymer base. After it is molded, colors, and paint application
Potpourri 21-22 stamped, or shaped it is fired in a kiln. The
polymer is burned away and you are left
Summer Class Index 22 with the purest fine silver .999. This class is
perfect for a beginner. You will complete a
pair of silver earrings, a 2-sided pendant, and
Important Information 23 maybe a heart for your honey. After class
the instructor will fire and polish
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techniques with assistance from an artist who Basic Soap Making The Art of Landscapes
LOVES to paint. Students will need a picture Tuesday, March 23, 6-8 p.m. Saturday, March 6, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
or photo of what they would like to paint,
their own acrylic paints, brushes, a pallet The ancient Greeks knew the art of soap For students with some painting experience,
knife, water container, acrylic gel medium making. Learn some of the interesting this class will focus on painting landscapes.
and an 18x24” or smaller canvas. history of soap while you make a pound of it Working from their own photographs,
with your own hands. The mild soap created students may use either watercolor or acrylic
Instructor: Eric Houghton in this class is made the old-fashioned way, paints. We will focus on how to achieve
Location: Lemon Street Gallery “from scratch,” using lye and oils. A few days depth, atmosphere, and feeling, all things very
4601 Sheridan Rd. after class you will cut your soap block into important in a landscape. We will discuss the
Kenosha, WI 53140 bars, and wait for it to cure before using it. techniques and compositions that help create
Fee: $70 a successful painting. Students will then work
Limit: 12 Instructor: Laura Zielinski from their own images to create a landscape
Location: Lemon Street Gallery painting.
4601 Sheridan Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53140 Instructor: Beki Borman
Supply fee: $13 Fee: $55 + supply list
Fee: $25 Limit: 15
Discover the Art of Floral Design
Intermediate Soap Making - 6 Wednesdays, begins March 24, 6-8:30 p.m.
Combining Color and Fragrance It’s spring and love
Tuesday, March 30, 6-8 p.m. is in the air. Get
Learn to add fragrance and color to your ready for your
3 Spa Series Classes wedding by taking
handmade soaps. You will create one pound
Sensational Skin Scrubs this session of
of beautiful soap that will be cured in time for
Thursday, February 4, 6-8 p.m. floral design which
gift-giving. Our Basic Soap Making Class is
Do you love using spa scrubs to exfoliate a pre-requisite. is dedicated to
your skin? Did you know you can make them wedding work. Get
at home? Learn to combine some commonly Instructor: Laura Zielinski your wedding party
available and some not so commonly available Location: Lemon Street Gallery involved in creating
ingredients to make the perfect spa scrub 4601 Sheridan Rd. your bouquet,
formulation for your skin. Kenosha, WI 53140 centerpieces, corsages, and boutonnieres.
Supply fee: $15 Save money, have fun, and bond with your
It’s the Bomb Fee: $25 bridal party! Silk or live flowers can be
Thursday, February 11, 6-8 p.m. used.
Ohhh, those effervescing bath bombs! Great Instructor: Latifa Musleh
for gift giving, you will learn how to make Drawing Class Fee: $95
these fun, bath time luxuries. 6 Fridays, begins February 12, Limit: 10
11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Relaxing Bath Salts
Thursday, February 18, 6-8 p.m. Don’t just wish you could draw well, learn Painting from Photographs
how! When you learn to see as an artist does, Saturday, April 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
There are few things that relax and restore drawing comes naturally. Coursework will
the body and spirit as a bath softened with Using traditional watercolor techniques,
cover contour, gesture, value and texture students with some experience with
fragrant bath salts. Now you can learn how using a variety of drawing media. Though
to make bath salts for yourself or for gift watercolors will learn how to plan and
this class is perfect for beginners, students execute a painting using a photograph as a
giving. with some drawing experience will be given reference. In this class we will look at many
more challenging projects. Please bring the examples of how photographs translate to
Instructor: Laura Zielinski following items to your first class; an 18x24”
Location: Lemon Street Gallery paint. Through demonstration students will
or larger drawing pad (NOT newsprint), a be shown techniques that can help make this
4601 Sheridan Rd. drawing board or piece of Masonite to fit your
Kenosha, WI 53140 happen. This class will provide opportunities
pad, a 2B drawing pencil, and a white eraser. for problem-solving and help show students
Supply fee: $30 to instructor for all 3 A list of additional drawing media will be
Limit: 8 how to transform any image into a painting.
provided by the instructor.
Fee: $65.00 total for 3 Spa
Series Classes Instructor: Beki Borman
Instructor: Kathleen Laybourn Fee: $55 + supply list
MFA Limit: 15
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CPR & Lifesaving Computers
Basic Life Support (BLS) for Heartsaver Pediatric First Intro to Mac Computers
Healthcare Providers Certification Aid Certification 6 Mondays, begins February 1, 7-9 p.m.
Saturday, March 13, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Summer This class will teach you the basics of using a
The BLS for Healthcare Providers course Saturday, June 12, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Mac computer. Learn how to turn it on, open
covers core material such as adult and The Heartsaver pediatric first aid course applications, change the internal settings,
pediatric CPR (including two rescuer teaches how to manage illness and injuries attach external equipment, print and also burn
scenarios and use of the bag mask), foreign in a child in the first few minutes until data to a CD.
body airway obstruction and automated professional help arrives. Topics include
external defibrillation. Get certified! first aid basics, medical emergencies, injury Instructor: Sandra Gray-Rohan
emergencies and environmental emergencies, Fee: $95
Instructor: Paul Schlereth optional first aid topics and CPR and AED. Limit: 20
Fee: $45 If you care for children you should take this
Limit: 6 course.
2 Tuesdays, begins February 9, 6-8 p.m.
Basic Life Support for Healthcare Instructor: Paul Schlereth
Providers Recertification Fee: $40 In this class you will learn how to use
Saturday, March 13, 1-4:30 p.m. Limit: 8 the internet via Internet Explorer to find
information on the World Wide Web. You
The BLS for Healthcare Providers course will learn how to navigate to sites on the
covers core material such as adult and
The Heartsaver CPR/AED
web, how to navigate from one web page to
pediatric CPR (including two rescuer Certification
another and how to search for information on
scenarios and use of the bag mask), foreign Summer the web. You will also learn how to print web
body airway obstruction and automated Saturday, August 8, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. pages and how to get helpful information
external defibrillation. Keep Current! about using Internet Explorer.
This course covers CPR and AED use, relief
of choking in adults and children as well as
Instructor: Paul Schlereth Instructor: Betty Altenburg
infant CPR and relief of choking. Also covers
Fee: $40 Fee: $45
the use of barrier devices for all ages.
Limit: 6 Limit: 25
Instructor: Paul Schlereth
Heartsaver First Aid Certification
Saturday, August 8, 12:30-3:30 p.m.
This course teaches how to manage illness
and injuries in the first few minutes until
professional help arrives. Course content
includes general principles, medical
emergencies and injury emergencies.
Optional topics include CPR and AED, and
environmental emergencies. Microsoft Office Excel
4 Mondays, begins March 1, 6-8 p.m.
Instructor: Paul Schelerth
Fee: $40 In this course you will learn how spreadsheet
Limit: 8 software helps you analyze data and make
business decisions, even if you aren’t a
math pro. You will become familiar with the
different elements of a spreadsheet and learn
your way around the Excel program window.
Instructor: Betty Altenburg
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Making Web Pages on the Mac Computer Basics 2
4 Mondays, begins March 22, 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, 6-8:30 p.m.
Students will learn the basic layout of a web You know how to use a computer but you
page. For people with little or no experience want to know more! Learn how to use menus,
in web design, you will create a website using move and resize windows, dialog boxes
Dreamweaver and learn how to add images, and scroll bars. You want to put that picture
text, tables, hyperlinks and much more in of your family or grandchildren on your Beginning Knitting
a step-by-step hands-on and easy to learn desktop? This class will teach you how. This 3 Mondays, begins February 1, 6-8 p.m.
format. Student must know how to use a Mac course helps reinforce and add to what you
computer. know from Computer Basics 1. Learn the basics of knitting. Bring a pair of
medium size knitting needles and light colored,
Instructor: Amanda Burmeister Instructor: Betty Altenburg worsted weight yarn.
Fee: $75 Fee: $25
Limit: 10 Limit: 25 Instructor: Linda Busha
Computer Basics 3
Tuesday, April 27, 6-8:30 p.m.
Intro to Your Sewing Machine
Windows gives you the ability to manage your Monday, February 1, 6-8 p.m.
files and find those files you are looking for
Learn how to use the basic functions of your
on your computer. Create folders to organize
sewing machine. Bring to class: working
your files. Move, copy and rename files and
sewing machine, bobbin, and book.
folders. Delete files and folders you no longer
need and restore files you delete accidentally.
Instructor: Heather Miles
Bring a flash drive or CD-RW to class.
Instructor: Betty Altenburg
Intro to Mac Computers Limit: 25 Sewing 911 Help!
4 Thursdays, begins March 25, 6-8 p.m. Thursday, February 4, 6-8 p.m.
Just purchased a Mac or planning on We all have them tucked away. The really
Computer Basics 4
purchasing one? Do you have no clue how to GREAT blouse or skirt that looked wonderful
Tuesday, May 4, 6-8:30 p.m.
use it? In this beginner’s class you will learn on the pattern. You did fine until step 7, and
the Mac basics on how to navigate around Learn more about the XP operating system step 8 just does not make sense. You have no
your computer, printer set up, installing and how it works. Find out how to protect idea how to proceed. Sewing 911 translates
programs, using the dock, web browsing your computer from viruses. Learn why you obscure instructions, explains complicated
basics, and much more. should update your computer and how to do procedures, and helps you move on to a
it. successful sewing experience. Only those
Instructor: Amanda Burmeister materials and supplies required to complete
Fee: $75 Instructor: Betty Altenburg YOUR project (sewing machine, cutting mat,
Limit: 10 Fee: $25 thread etc.) need accompany you to the class.
Computer Basics 1 Instructor: Heather Miles
Tuesday, April 13, 6-8:30 p.m. Fee: $25
Ever wanted to use a computer but don’t know
how? No more sitting and staring at one
with this hands-on class for beginners. Learn Intro to Zippers and More on Your
the parts of a computer and how they work. Sewing Machine
Basic computer terminology, operating the Thursday, February 18, 6-8 p.m.
computer with a mouse, opening and closing
programs, printing and saving files are also Learn how to install a zipper and use a few
covered. Participants work on a computer more of the functions of your sewing machine.
with Windows operating system. Bring to class: working sewing machine, zipper
foot, bobbin, and book. Each student is also
Instructor: Betty Altenburg welcome to bring examples and questions.
Limit: 25 Instructor: Heather Miles
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Intro to Design Your Own Clothing
6 Mondays, begins March 1, 6-8 p.m.
This 6-session class will walk you through the
steps needed to utilize Wild Ginger Software to
make a top or dress from a pattern you design
on the computer. Patterns and muslin will be
provided, you will bring notions and fashion Hawaiian Dance Beginning Dance The Night Away
fabric as needed for the final session. Each Modern or Ancient Style 6 Thursdays, begins February 18,
student is responsible for their weekly sewing. Modern Hula 6 Wednesdays, begins 6:30-7:45 p.m.
February 3, 7-8 p.m. Jeanne Ferraro, the former Director for
Instructor: Heather Miles or
Fee: $50 Physical Education and Health for the Racine
Ancient Style 6 Wednesdays, begins Unified School District again will teach this
Limit: 6 February 3, 8-9 p.m. popular class. Her experiences as a dancer/
Is a tropical escape part of your travel Choreographer in Racine, Kenosha, Brazil and
Basic Jewelry Making Japan provide the students with an exciting
Tuesday, March 23, 5:30-8:30 p.m. or dreams? If so, come learn the relaxing dance
of the Hawaiians and be on the “in” when you variety of ballroom dances. The following
Wednesday, April 21, 6-9 p.m. or
get there. Modern Hula is danced to guitars basic dance patterns will be included: foxtrot,
Tuesday, May 4, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
and ukuleles with varying tempos, while waltz, swing & jive, polka, rumba, cha cha
Need a gift for someone special? Want a new moving to ancient drumbeats will give you cha, tango and the current rage, The salsa.
accessory for yourself? Want to make grandma’s a workout that uses every part of your body. Some country two-steppin and line dances
old beads into something beautiful? Learn to use You will develop grace and style as you learn are also for your liken!
several techniques to make beautiful bracelets, this cultural dance. Men danced the hula for
necklaces and earrings using semi-precious hundreds of years before women in Hawaii Instructor: Jeanne Ferraro
stones and/ or glass and metal beads. You are so both men and women are welcome. There Fee: $30
welcome to bring old or outdated pieces of are slight variations in the hand movements, Limit: 35
your own jewelry and rework them. Make as which will be shown to male dancers.
many items as time allows. Supplies may be Dance Of The Night!
purchased from teacher. Instructor: Avis Davidson 6 Thursdays, begins February 18,
Fee: $60 7:45-9 p.m.
Instructor: Kathy Schmitz Limit: 26
Fee: $40 This class will feature one of the previously
Limit: 8 mentioned dances; emphasizing styles and
several patterns. You will have the opportunity
Mom & Me Jewelry Making to learn some challenging variations and gain
Tuesday, May 11, 5-8 p.m. confidence on the dance floor. An extension
of the basic dance steps that you know. More
Children will have a chance to make Mother’s fun on the dance floor! Starting with the
Day gifts, with parental guidance, and learn the foxtrot, waltz, swing, Latin styles, country
basic jewelry making techniques. Lower priced and polka on the sixth evening. If you have
supplies will be available as well as sterling and taken prior ballroom classes, this is the class
semi-precious stones. for you!
Instructor: Kathy Schmitz Instructor: Jeanne Ferraro
Fee: $25 parent comes free Adult Hip Hop - 18 & Older Fee: $30
Limit: 8 children, age 7 and up 6 Saturdays, begins February 6, 1-2 p.m.
Warm-up, learn various combinations of
Basic Jewelry Making Session 2 steps, and a routine that builds throughout Belly Dancing for Fun
Summer the session. This class will have you excited
Tuesday, June 22, 6-9 p.m. to move to the music of your favorite artists.
6 Tuesdays, begins February 23, 6-7 p.m. or
Need a gift for someone special? Want a new The session ends with a demonstration of the
6 Tuesdays, begins February 23, 7-8 p.m.
accessory for yourself? Learn to use several routine for the families of students.
techniques to make beautiful bracelets, Have you ever thought of belly dancing for
necklaces and earrings using semi-precious Teens and adults are welcome! Attire: exercise? Shape up your legs, hips, waist and
stones and/or glass and metal beads. Make as workout clothes & sneakers. (Water bottles shoulders and have fun too!
many items as time allows. You are welcome are recommended!)
to bring old or outdated pieces of your own Instructor: Pat Keller
jewelry and rework them. Supplies may be Instructor: Gina Laurenzi Fee: $60
purchased from teacher. Fee: $60 Limit: 16
Instructor: Kathy Schmitz
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Hawaiian Dance Sitting/
6 Wednesdays, begins March 17, 7-8 p.m.
Ancient Hawaiians, both men and women,
danced many respectful hulas on their
knees-their sitting position. The instructor
has adapted this style of hula for senior and Essentials in Obtaining a Job Savvy Investment Matters for Her
wheel chair dancers of all ages, and others Monday, February 1, 6-8 p.m. and Saturday, February 6, 9-11:30 a.m.
who are unable to use their legs. This class is Thursday, February 4, 6-8 p.m.
At some point in your life you will be alone;
wonderful for vision-impaired students also.
Are you looking for a position in non-profit or whether you choose to remain single, get
The movements are coordinated with the
profit organizations? If the answer is yes, this divorced, or become widowed. 90% of
words of the songs. The motions are authentic
class is for you! Learn the essentials in how to women will be alone at some point in their
and provide a beautiful and relaxing form of
dress for an interview, update your interview lives- and totally responsible for their own
exercise. If the student requires an assistant
and job search skills and have your resume financial welfare. You need to be ready to
they may attend free.
reviewed or learn to construct a resume. take control of your situation, ensuring your
money matters are sound today as well as
Instructor: Avis Davidson
Instructor: Susan Blust tomorrow. Are you prepared?
Limit: 20 Instructor: Angela Smucker
Continuing Hawaiian Dance The Business Owner’s Guide Limit: 25
6 Wednesdays, begins March 17, 8-9 p.m.
to the Galaxy
Continue your study of Hawaiian dance as 2 Tuesdays, begins February 2, 6-9 p.m. Raising Financially Responsible
we learn more advanced movements. Your Children & Funding College
body will be toned all over as the stories told Your investment in the business provides
Tuesday, March 3, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
with the hands are learned. This aloha filled your family and your employees with
culture will inspire you as you learn to flow financial security and the ability to make In 2005, more people in the United States
to the heartbeat of the Hawaiian people. Men your home. This course includes lessons on: declared bankruptcy than graduated from
and women are welcome. value your business, reward your employees, 4-year colleges. American bankruptcy
attract highly qualified candidates, plan for Institute Director, Samuel J. Gerdano stated,
Instructor: Avis Davidson a future transfer of ownership, begin your “ The sharp spike in consumer bankruptcies
Fee: $60 group health insurance benefits, protect your reflects the growing financial stress faced by
Limit: 26 family’s investment, and more. If you are American families, saddled with household
a business owner, start writing down your debt and mortgage woes.” Our children are
questions - we will answer them. financially illiterate. The earlier parents can
Beginning Adult Tap teach the values and life skills their children
6 Tuesdays, begins April 6, 7-8 p.m.
Instructor: Angela Smucker will need to live in the world, the better. As
Learn basic tap steps, break and time steps, Fee: $45 parents, we teach children many habits when
all leading up to a short combination. Bring Limit: 25 they are young. Some they may not understand,
some energy, your own tap shoes, wear but some they need to incorporate into their
comfortable clothing, roll up your pants and Estate Planning for daily lives. Money lessons and responsibility
have some fun. can be viewed in the same way.
Wednesday, February 3, 6-8 p.m.
Instructor: Kurt Ida Instructor: Angela Smucker
Fee: $60 Do you have a “yours, mine and ours” family? Fee: $25
Limit: 12 This course will discuss the estate planning Limit: 25
challenges unique to blended families, and
World Dance 101 explain some of the legal tools available Smart Strategies for Taxes
8 Wednesdays, begins April 28, 7-8 p.m. to meet these challenges. Topics include
marital property agreements, revocable and
You’ve always wanted to try it – here’s your 2 Thursdays, March 4 & 11, 6-9 p.m. or
irrevocable trusts, life insurance and a variety
chance! Travel the world without packing 2 Thursdays, March 18 & 25, 6-9 p.m.
of methods for transferring property without
a suitcase. Join us and learn easy, simple probate. Shape your financial future the smart way
dances from many different countries. It’s by understanding how to navigate within
fun and great exercise with interesting music. Instructor: Mary Wyant these powerful players of our financial and
No partner is needed. The dances are done Fee: $25 economic systems. This two session course
in lines or circles. Comfortable shoes are Limit: 18 explores ways to optimize investment
suggested. returns, minimize and control taxation, and
match portfolio strategies to your short-and
Instructor: Marie Merkel long-term goals. Course includes information
Fee: $60 handouts and brochures, worksheets and
Limit: 12 related resources. The class is taught by
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David P. Jordan, Certified Financial Planner Making Peace with Money Living Well in Uncertain Times
® Practitioner and Terry L. Backmann, Tuesday, March 23, 7-9 p.m. Monday, April 19, 7-9 p.m.
Research and Projects Director for Jordan
Financial. Do you spend too much money? Too little? In this workshop we will take an experiential
Worry about money? Wonder how to deal approach to learning how to cope with
Instructors: David Jordan and with allowances? Do you control your $$$ or whatever life hands us. We will discuss ways
Terry Backmann does someone else? Money is the last taboo. to reduce worry, to find joy in the midst of
Fee: $49 per couple In this experiential class we will learn how change and to adjust to change.
Limit: 50 (25 couples) to become more conscious about our money
behaviors and feel inner peace. Instructor: Amy Sprague
Instructor: Amy Sprague Champeau, MS, LMFT
Champeau, MS, LMFT Fee: $25
Fee: $25 Limit: 30
Money Management Part 1
Saturday, April 17, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Find the light at the end of the financial tunnel
with proven strategies that eliminate debt in
the shortest possible time. This class give
ways to pay off your student and car loans,
Estate Planning credit cards, and other installment. Then learn
Thursday, March 11, 6-8 p.m. how to pay off a 30-year mortgage saving you
or thousands of dollars. Most individual to this
Wednesday, April 7, 6-8 p.m. without a second job, ridiculous budgets,
This class is an introduction to advance living like a hermit. Imagine becoming debt
free, less stress, a more enjoyable relaxed life, Home Buyer Investment
planning for transfer of assets to the next
generation. Topics include wills, revocable having funds to save for retirement. Bring Education
trusts, probate, estate tax and powers of your calculator. A workbook is included. Summer
attorney for finances and health care. Monday, July 19, 6-8 p.m. and
Instructor: Jeanine O’Brien, Tuesday, July 20, 6-8 p.m.
Instructor: Mary Wyant financial management
specialist This course will teach how to make smart
Fee: $25 financial choices that will ensure a life time of
Limit: 18 Fee: $45
Limit: 35 success. Topics will include how to maximize
your wealth through smart budgeting and
Retirement Planning Today home ownership.
2 Thursdays, begins March 11, 6-9 p.m. or Money Management Part 2
Summer (Budget 101: A Spending Plan) Instructor: Sandy White and
2 Tuesdays, begins July 13, 6-9 p.m. Saturday, April 17, 2-5 p.m. Domenick Martinelli,
A personal spending plan (Budget) is Neighborhood Housing
You will learn about the many ways to save Services of Southeast
for retirement as well as the advantages and a powerful and effective financial tool.
Without one individual and families often Wisconsin Inc.
disadvantages of each. You discover how to Cost: $45
save money on taxes, manage investment fail to achieve their goals, feel secure, or
survive economic instability. Learn to build Limit: 30
risks and protect your assets from potential
long term health care expenses. This course a flexible, usable, and highly effective budget
shows you how to assess your financial to help you succeed financial. Whether you’re
situation and develop a personalized plan to earning a little or a lot, a plan is the first and
achieve your retirement goals. This class is most important step toward maximizing
taught by Michael Johnson, CFP who has the power of your money. When you have
over 20 years of experience. control of your money, you have control of
your life! Bring your calculator. A workbook
Instructors: Michael Johnson is included.
Fee: $49 per couple
Limit: 50 (25 couples) Instructor: Jeanine O’Brien,
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The Perfect Fitness Class Black Belt Karate instructor, and has studied Pilates for Golfers
6 Mondays, begins February 1, 6-7 p.m. or Shorei Karate since 1975. Wear comfortable 6 Saturdays, begins February 6, 9-10 a.m.
6 Mondays, begins March 15, 6-7 p.m. or clothes and tennis shoes. No shorts please.
Improve your golf games, eliminate low
Summer back stress and pain, and increase balance,
6 Mondays, begins, July 12, 6-7 p.m. Instructor: Beau Bosovich
Fee: $45 coordination and flexibility when you learn
In just 60 minutes receive all the elements of Limit: 10 how to connect to and strengthen your core.
overall fitness with this perfect class format: Designed exclusively for golfers, this course
20 minutes of low impact cardio, 20 minutes teaches you specific Pilates experiences to
Prime Time Pilates improve your stance, become more mobile in
of strength training and 20 minutes of 6 Fridays, begins February 5,
flexibility. Each class will be different, using the hips, back and shoulders, safely increase
10:15-11:15 a.m. torso rotation and rebalance your body inside
varied forms of aerobics, resistance tools, and
stretches. If you’re bored with your current If you are over 50 Pilates is a great way to and out.
fitness routine, or don’t have one but need increase your strength, flexibility, balance and
to start, are short on time or just want to try coordination. Pilates, a strengthening and Instructor: Denise Valente
something new- this class is for you! flexibility program, is very safe for seniors to Location: Synchronicity Fitness
perform, making it an excellent choice. for the Mind, Body
Instructor: Denise Valente & Spirit
Location: Synchronicity Fitness Instructor: June Nettles 6800 Washington
for the Mind, Body Location: Synchronicity Fitness Avenue, Suite C
& Spirit for the Mind, Body Racine, WI
6800 Washington & Spirit Fee: $60
Avenue, Suite C 6800 Washington Limit: 20
Racine, WI Avenue, Suite C
Fee: $60 Racine, WI
Limit: 20 Fee: $60
Zumba With Gina!
6 Wednesdays, begins Ferbruary 3, Aikido—A Traditional Japanese
6:30-7:30 p.m. Martial Art
Sweat it out to that great Latin beat! Learn 4 Saturdays, begins February 6,
salsa, cha cha, meringue & more it this 11 a.m.-Noon
nonstop dance class. Get your heart rate Aikido is a Japanese martial art which
up and have fun while burning off those incorporates traditional taijutsu (open hand) Walking for Wellness and
calories! See you on the dance floor! Attire: techniques for self-defense and improvement Weight Loss
Workout clothes & sneakers. (Water bottles of both mind and body. Aikido practitioners Friday, February 26, 6-8 p.m.
are recommended!) try to defend themselves without causing
serious injury to others by converting an Learn the fundamentals of walking to
Instructor: Gina Laurenzi/ Laurenzi aggressor’s energy into a circular motion that maximize weight loss and enhance cardiac
Dance Staff renders the attacker unbalanced so that they fitness. You will learn about your walking pace
Fee: $60 may be pinned or thrown. Aikido is exciting and how to improve it to maximize results,
Limit: 20 and fun to practice. It increases stamina, how to take and monitor your heart rate, find
flexibility, overall health, and self-confidence. your perfect stride to reduce injuries, use
your posture to create a total body workout,
Self Defense for Women Wear loose, comfortable clothing. No shorts,
please. The class is open to adults 18 and pre and post walking stretches, and how to
2 Thursdays, begins February 4, 6-8 p.m.
older. keep a diary to chart your progress.
This class will provide basic survival
techniques/self-defense for women. You will Instructor: Steve Miller Instructor: Denise Valente
learn the psychological as well as the physical Fee: $50 Location: Synchronicity Fitness
strategies of defending yourself. The focus Limit: 20 for the Mind, Body
is to increase your chances of successfully & Spirit
defending yourself in an attack, and learning 6800 Washington
about your surroundings to prevent such Avenue, Suite C
possible attacks. The principles of self- Racine, WI
defense will be discussed and demonstrated Fee: $30
in class. Beau Bosovich is a Fourth Degree Limit: 25
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Boot Camp for the Beginner Introduction to Sun Style Tai Chi Pilates for the Breast
6 Tuesdays, begins February 2, 6-7 p.m. 6 Fridays, begins March 19, 5:30-7 p.m. Cancer Survivor
Learn the basic boot camp style of cardio- Simple movements in Sun Style Tai Chi as Summer
vascular and muscle training to challenge taught by Dr. Paul Lam beginning with the 6 Tuesdays, begins July 13, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
your body and take your workout to a higher Six Basic Movements. Tragically large
A gentle workout to keep restore younger
level. Modifications for all exercises given. numbers of people in modern society have
back and shoulder alignment and regain
back problems (in fact, lower back pain is the
strength to maintain proper posture. Increase
Instructor: Denise Valente number two reason people miss work!). Tai
your endurance and range of motion with
Location: Synchronicity Fitness Chi practice leads to more flexibility in the
minimal muscle soreness and weakness.
for the Mind, Body spine and better overall movement which can
& Spirit improve sports performance (baseball, golf,
Instructor: Denise Valente
6800 Washington tennis etc.) As we age, our balance slowly
Location: Synchronicity Fitness
Avenue, Suite C and insidiously worsens until one day, we
for the Mind, Body
Racine, WI fall. A quarter of all older people who break
Fee: $60 hips are dead within a year. Better balance
Limit: 20 comes from daily practice. Use it or…lose
Avenue, Suite C
it. Additionally Tai Chi is extremely effective
in reducing stress and increasing vitality.
Boot Camp 201 (the next level) Fee: $60
The slow, powerful movements, combined
6 Tuesdays, begins March 16, 6-7 p.m. Limit: 20
with deep re-vitalizing breathing produce
Now that you know the basics, you can relaxation almost immediately.
really sweat and train to your full capacity. Indoor Boot Camp
Cardiovascular, muscle and core training Instructor: Ron Pfeiffer Summer
will give your body the ultimate workout Fee: $65 6 Tuesdays, begins July 13, 6-7 p.m.
experience. Limit: 15
Just because we have air conditioning doesn’t
Instructor: Denise Valente mean it won’t be hard. Boot camp style
Location: Synchronicity Fitness cardiovascular, muscle and core training
for the Mind, Body exercise will give your body the ultimate
& Spirit workout experience. Yes, you will still
6800 Washington sweat!!
Avenue, Suite C
Racine, WI Instructor: Denise Valente
Fee: $60 Location: Synchronicity Fitness
Limit: 20 for the Mind, Body
Basic Self-Defense Avenue, Suite C
6 Fridays, begins March 19, 7-8:30 p.m.
This course is designed for adults of all Fee: $60
fitness levels and ages. The techniques Limit: 20
learned are simple, yet very effective. No
complicated routines; just successful, proven Stability Ball - Ultimate
skills that could save your life! Elite military, Core Workout
counter-terrorism and law enforcement Pilates Mat - Intermediate
personal around the world use the techniques 6 Tuesdays, begins March 30, 7:15-8:15 p.m. Summer
taught here. This training provides an 6 Wednesdays, begins July 14, 6-7 p.m.
Now that you know the basics, learn more
integrated approach of effective striking/ challenging progressions of the original mat Learn a variety of fun and challenging core
joint locks/pressure points combined with work exercise. exercises using the Stability Ball. Stretch,
an understanding of the law regarding self- tone and strengthen the core: abdominals,
defense. Instructor: Denise Valente waist, hips, back and thighs, BYOB (bring
Location: Synchronicity Fitness you own ball)-some available on site.
Instructor: Ron Pfeiffer for the Mind, Body
Fee: $85 & Spirit Instructor: Denise Valente
Limit: 15 6800 Washington Location: Synchronicity Fitness
Avenue, Suite C for the Mind, Body
Racine, WI & Spirit
Fee: $60 6800 Washington
Limit: 18 Avenue, Suite C
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Food & Drink
Wine 101: Learning to Appreciate Cake Decorating: Course 2 Wine and Chocolate
Wine for Beginners 4 Thursdays, begins March 25, Friday, February 12, 6:30-9 p.m.
Monday, January 25, 6:45-8:15 p.m. 6:30–8:30 p.m.
What can be sweeter or more romantic than
This is one of the most popular courses we Intermediate level of cake decorating. Pre- the taste of chocolate and fine wine? But what
have offered at Uncorkt (sold out 38 times!) requisite: Beginner Level, Course 1 Cake chocolate with what wine makes a romantic
Tim will cover the basics of wine, how to best decorating or equivalent. Expand your night special? We’ll taste them both and you
sample wines for full enjoyment and expose decorating talent by learning new borders, can decide your favorites.
each participant to 6 different wines, each icing flowers- rosebud, mum, violet, apple
with different characteristics. This is a fun, blossom, daisy, daffodil, pansy and primrose. Instructor: Karl Frederick
interactive hour and a half session that will You’ll be using color flow to make a bluebird Fee: $35
leave novice wine drinkers better prepared to decoration. The final cake you’ll be creating Limit: 18 (21 and older)
enjoy wines more fully and experienced wine is a lovely cake covered in basket-weave
drinkers with a new appreciation for wine’s adorned with the flowers and the bird that Wine and Pizza
simple pleasures. you’ve created! You’ll need icing and Friday, February 26, 6:30-9 p.m.
supplies at the first lesson. NO CAKE needed
until the last week. A “Wilton Certificate Everyone likes a good pizza and most people
Instructor: Tim Etes
of Completion” will be awarded to those like a good wine. But what wine works with
students who attend all 4 sessions. Student your favorite pizza toppings? We’ll taste various
Limit: 20 (21 and older)
Guide manual is recommended and may be pizzas with a complement of wines.
purchased at the first class for $5. Be sure to
Discover Cake Decorating Instructor: Karl Frederick
get your supply list at UWP website. Course
4 Thursdays, begins January 28, Fee: $35
taught by professional “Hall of Fame” award
6:30-8:30 p.m. or Limit: 18 (21 and older)
winning Wilton Method Instructor, Susan
4 Thursdays, begins February 25,
Silva. Questions contact instructor at susan@
sliceofheaven.com. Supply list online. Merlots & Cabernets
Wilton Method Course 1 is a beginner level Friday, March 5, 6:30-9 p.m.
course. Learn the fundamentals of cake Instructor: Susan Silva
decorating and techniques that will help you Fee: $75 We like red wines: some like the round
create cupcakes, cakes, cookies & more for Limit: 12 fruitiness of merlot; some like the strength and
any occasion! Come learn how to use new tanner of a good cabernet. We’ll compare them
decorating tools, how to write, make icing, from locations around the world and taste them
stars, figure piping, roses, shell borders, flora with various foods.
spray, leaves, cake preparation , and smooth
frosting methods. Practice at home between Instructor: Karl Frederick
sessions is recommended to obtain a solid Fee: $35
foundation in basic techniques. A “Wilton Limit: 18 (21 and older)
Certificate of Completion” will be awarded
to those students who attend all 4 sessions. Spanish Wines and Tapas!
Student Guide manual may be purchased Monday, March 8, 6:45-8:15 p.m.
the first night for $5 plus other decorating Explore all the best that Spain has to offer as
supplies. Class taught by professional “Hall Call Me a Cab! Tim and Sherry talk about up and coming wines
of Fame” award winning Wilton Method Thursday, February 11, 6:45-8:15 p.m. from Spain that are best paired with that great
Instructor, Susan Silva. No supplies needed Spanish dish, Tapas! Great for entertaining,
Ok, you’re a Cab… and Cabernets are what
for the first night. Please check www.uwp. fun for everyone as we watch Tapas being
we’ll be featuring during this eight wine
edu for complete supply list. Questions, prepared and try different wines that bring out
sampling! Cabernets from all over the globe!
contact Susan@slice-heaven.com the flavors in the pan! Perfect for both novice
Perfect for the red wine lover who wants their
wine to be as hearty as their meal! This is an and experienced wine drinkers!
Instructor: Susan Silva
interactive session in which you’ll be asked
Fee: $75 Instructor: Tim Etes
to share your favorite foods to enjoy with
Limit: 12 Fee: $35
Cabernets, so come with recipes to share with
the class! Limit: 20 (21 and older)
Instructor: Tim Etes
Limit: 20 (21 and older)
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Hors d’oeuvres: Make a Whole Pasta: It’s Not as Hard Where in the World is My
Evening of Them as You Think Wine From?
Tuesday, March 9, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 16, 6:30-9:30p.m. Wednesday, March 24, 6:45-8:15 p.m.
In this tasty and interactive class we will This fun and interactive class will present This is one of the most popular courses we
explore the idea of different smaller plates to have offered at Uncorkt…it sold out 25 times!
pasta rolled out to make fettuccine and
create a fun way to excite your guests. You Tim will circle the globe, offering eight
ravioli as well as Italian dumplings known
will learn how to set up a wonderful hors different wines to compare… same grape,
as gnocchi. For this course, the use of your
d’oeuvres table as well as some platters you different region. What effect does climate,
hands is just as important as using the pasta
might want to pass around. soil and geography (and the wine maker)
have on the same grape when it is produced
Instructor: Chef Rene Saulnier in a different part of the world? You’ll find
Instructor: Chef Rene Saulnier
Cost: $50 out when you attend! This is a fun, interactive
Limit: 12 hour and a half session that will leave novice
wine drinkers better prepared to enjoy wines
Italian Reds more fully and experienced wine drinkers
West Coast Whites with a new appreciation for wine’s simple
Friday, March 12, 6:30-9 p.m.
Friday, March 19, 6:30-9 p.m. pleasures!
Italy is a country of vast wine opportunities. A
The wines along the western coast of the
large number of red wines come from all over Instructor: Tim Etes
United States are many and varied. We’ll
the country. We’ll visit each region by tasting Fee: $35
“tour” Washington, Oregon and California to
their wines and the foods that complement Limit: 20 (21 and older)
find a variety of white wines, with foods to
them. Come thirsty and hungry!
Instructor: Karl Frederick Desserts: Nobody doesn’t
Instructor: Karl Frederick
Fee: $35 like the sweeter things
Limit: 18 (21 and older) Tuesday, March 30, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Limit: 18 (21 and older)
Simple fruit tarts, chocolate mousse, and
Got Meat? Roasting, shortbread cookies will be learned, as well
some discussion on other delicious finishers.
Braising and Grilling
Tuesday, March 23, 6:30-9:30p.m.
Instructor: Chef Rene Saulnier
Different forms of cooking create different Fee: $50
end results and all will be discussed and Limit: 12
learned. Marinades and seasoning products
will also be part of this class. Wisconsin Wines and
Wisconsin Cheeses. Ya Hey!
Instructor: Chef Rene Saulnier
Saturday, April 3, 6:45-8:15 p.m.
Limit: 12 Our great state offers much more than just
the Packers! Tim explores the state looking
Natural Foods Cooking Class for unique wines (there will only be one
Saturday, March 13, Noon-4 p.m. fruit wine served!) and pairs them with
Learn how to cook a balanced natural foods Wisconsin’s best cheeses! This is a fun,
meal with whole grains, vegetables, legumes interactive hour and a half session that will
and a healthy dessert. The instructor will leave novice wine drinkers with a whole new
also discuss variations of menu, cookware, appreciation for Wisconsin wines and the
condiments, food storage and time saving state’s great wineries!
tips. Students will have a chance to ask
questions about specific dietary needs or Instructor: Tim Etes
goals. This class will benefit those who Fee: $35
want to lose weight, feel healthier or more Limit: 20 (21 and older)
energetic. Afterwards take the opportunity to
use the tips learned and purchase items from Wine & Cheese
Whole Foods Market. Friday, April 9, 6:30-9 p.m.
Wine and cheese is a natural combination.
Instructor: Dr. Jay Stone Which cheeses pair up best with certain
Location: Whole Foods Market wines? We’ll taste test a variety of cheeses and
2305 North Prospect wines to find your favorite combinations.
Milwaukee, WI Instructor: Karl Frederick
Fee: $45 Fee: $35
Limit: 18 Limit: 15 (21 and older)
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Home & Garden
Zinfully Delicious…a Zinfandel
and Chocolate Pairing!
Saturday, April 17, 6:45-8:15 p.m.
Zinfandels…not White Zinfandel, are
awesome with chocolates! We pair off
six different Zinfandels from our favorite
wineries with chocolates that will make All about dogs, or what is that Basic Kitchen Design
your heart melt! Perfect for both novice and furry thing that I keep buying 2 Wednesdays, begins February 18,
experienced wine drinkers! 6:30-8:30 p.m.
4 Tuesdays, begins February 2, There are some very specific needs and
Instructor: Tim Etes 6:30-7:30 p.m. technical considerations for designing the
most lived in room in the house, and many
Limit: 20 Imagine a situation where you encounter
times you’ll have to consult with a specialist.
an animal that was a descendent from a
But to get the best results, we’ll cover some
Wine & Summer Salads wild wolf. You invite this animal into your
things you need to know. You can greatly
Friday, April 23, 6:30-9 p.m. house and train them to be a faithful, loving
increase the efficiency of your kitchen by
companion. What could go wrong? Come
Summer is coming and outdoor occasions will paying attention to the tiniest details and
and learn about standard dog care for our
present opportunities to pair summer pasta the smallest of spaces. Learn types of basic
outstanding companions, how to choose
salads with wines. Taste a variety of salads kitchen layouts, options for countertop and
the right puppy, common canine behavior
with complementary wines to determine your flooring materials, various cabinet styles.
problems, socializing and playing games
favorites for the picnic season. Learn how careful planning and defining your
with your dog, how to “read” a dog (is he
needs will help you avoid costly mistakes and
smiling or should I keep away?), the wolf in
Instructor: Karl Frederick help you have a kitchen that works for you.
my dog, activities for you and your dog. This
Fee: $35 is a people training class and there is no need
Limit: 18 (21 and older) Instructor: Linda Glass
to bring your furry friend with you.
Instructor: Michael Murphy,
certified dog trainer
Homemade Salad Dressings,
Vinaigrettes, Flavored Vinegars
Using Herbs from your Garden Grow Your Own Salads &
Monday, May 17, 6:30-8 p.m. Edible Flowers
Monday, February 22, 6:30-8 p.m. or
Make your own salad dressings. It’s easy, Monday, March 29, 6:30-8 p.m.
Seed Starting Basics- Get Ready
fun and takes very little time and no special
Monday, February 15, 6:30-8 p.m. or Grow a great salad with superb flavor and a
equipment is needed. And best of all, it’s
Monday, March 8, 6:30-8 p.m. variety of textures and flavors. Perfect for
back to basics, hands on approach to making
and dressing great salads. Why grow plants from seed? Getting success! adding your favorite tomato and perhaps a
When to plant indoors/outdoors. Seed sowing bit of fresh basil. With 800 lettuce varieties
Instructor: Dawn Weiss indoors and direct seed outdoors. Choosing to choose from your salad possibilities are
Fee: $20 containers, soilless mix, planting trays, labels, endless. Add a wide assortment of edible
Limit: 30 and grow lights. Course offered just in time flowers to keep your salads and desserts
to get your plants started this season! looking spectacular.
Instructor: Dawn Weiss Instructor: Dawn Weiss
Fee: $20 Fee: $20
Limit: 30 Limit: 30
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Growing Tomatoes - My Vegetable Garden is 4x4 The Monarch Butterflies
Tomatoes with Flavor Monday, April 5, 6:30-8 p.m. or are Coming!
Monday, March 15, 6:30-8 p.m. or Monday, April 26, 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, April 22, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Monday, April 12, 6:30-8 p.m. Learn how to grow a vegetable garden using a Soon, the Monarchs will be returning from
Tomatoes come in just about every color grid of one foot squares to grow onions, bell their migration to Mexico. How does one
from white to purple, pink, yellow, orange, peppers, cucumbers, spinach, Swiss chard, track where they are and when they will be
striped (no polka dots) with 600 varieties to radishes, lettuce, peas and tomatoes. here? How does one prepare for their return?
choose from - heirloom to hybrid, beefsteak What plants will guarantee they will visit you?
to cherry. Determinate or indeterminate? Instructor: Dawn Weiss How can you create a Monarch sanctuary to
Growing tips, methods and sprouting, care Fee: $20 raise them in? These questions and more will
and watering needs. Tomato problems and Limit: 30 be answered. Come learn all you will need to
preventions. share this amazing hobby with your children
Organize Your Desk and Office and grandchildren.
Instructor: Dawn Weiss Wednesday, April 7, 6-8 p.m.
Fee: $20 Instructor: Cheri Ditzig
Piles on every workspace? Missed paying
Limit: 30 Fee: $25
a bill because it was misplaced? Not
enough storage space? Can’t find important
Living Green documents? Let Jo Lueck teach you how to
Wednesday, March 24, 6:30-8:30 p.m. organize your desk so it will be useful and Organize your Garage
Create a healthier, greener home.
you will be productive. Topics include: and Basement
filing systems you can buy or make Thursday, May 6, 6-8 p.m.
We’ll walk through steps you
yourself, efficient office furniture
can take in every area of your Has your basement become an overflow
arrangements, tips on storing and
home and life. Incremental storage warehouse? Would you like to park
retrieving information, how long
changes in the kitchen to in the garage again? Are all your workspaces
to save bills and documents, and
get you eating healthier covered with piles? Do your tools need a
green ways to get rid of trash.
food and conserving central location? Let Jo Lueck show you ways
resources like water and to organize your basement or garage to store
Instructor: Jo Lueck
electricity. Natural cleaning sporting goods, tools, gardening equipment
methods and product qualities and bins. Topics include: innovative storage
will be discussed. Other aspects systems, easy to build shelves, simple work
of greener living will be looked bench design, recycling and earth-friendly
at such as energy efficiency, Kitchen “Mini” Gardens disposal of paint, oil and other garage
level of VOCs in products and Monday, April 19, 6:30-8 p.m. or chemicals.
sustainable resources. This Monday, May 3, 6:30-8 p.m.
class will offer busy families Over planting is one of the biggest Instructor: Jo Lueck
simple, affordable ways to create a frustrations and failures in the garden. If Fee: $25
healthy, environmentally friendly you want to plant a vegetable garden but Limit: 30
home, room by room. don’t have the space, a mini garden may
be a perfect solution. Even limited spaces can
Instructor: Linda Glass provide you with plenty of fresh homegrown
Fee: $25 vegetables.
Instructor: Dawn Weiss
Organize Your Closets, Drawers Fee: $20
and Cabinets Limit: 30
Thursday, March 25, 6-8 p.m.
Can’t find things in your closet? Running
out of room? Buying duplicates? Can’t
close your drawers? Let Jo Lueck show
you tips and tricks to increase storage space
with or without additional shelving. Create
and maintain a neat look. After this class
you should be able to organize your closet
in just four hours. We will cover: where to
start, easy to install shelving kits, containers
and labeling, how to donate and re-purpose
clothes locally, maintenance tips and tricks.
Instructor: Jo Lueck
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Beginning Kids Tap Basic German For Children Supply Fee: $10 payable to instructor
6 Fridays, begins January 29, 6-7 p.m. Starting At Grade 5 Level Fee: $45
3 Mondays and 3 Thursdays, begins Limit: 12
Learn basic tap steps, time steps and breaks
all leading up to a short combination. Bring February 8, 6-8 p.m.
some energy, your own tap shoes, wear This class will teach students basic German Math Taking Off (3rd & 4th)
comfortable clothes. Roll up your pants and such as how to make introductions, counting, 5 Mondays, begins March 1,
be ready for some fun. and the colors. German games will assist 6:45-7:30 p.m.
students in learning vocabulary. Music and Building on skills already learned, but in
Instructor: Kurt Ida songs will introduce the students to German an environment that encourages a “want to
Fee: $60 culture. The class will also include some learn” mindset. Students benefit whether they
Limit: 10 cultural tips, serving as a perfect preparation already love math, or need some confidence
for a trip abroad or future German classes. building tools and skills at their disposal.
Youth Hip Hop Math is one of the most important life skills
(6-12 years) Instructor: Susan Blust, M.B.A. needed. Being strong in math helps with
6 Wednesdays, begins February 3, Fee: $95 organizational skills, logical thinking, and
5:30-6:30 p.m. or Limit: 10 problem solving. Using games and teaching
Summer techniques that make math success possible.
6 Wednesdays, begins June 2, Students are proud at the skills they acquire
Fun With Numbers (3-K) all while having fun. Math becomes a favorite
6:30-7:30 p.m. 5 Mondays begins March 1, 5-5:30pm I can do it subject. Take off and Soar to
Dance to appropriate hip hop music in this Lots of fun and unique ways to learn the Success. Parents are required to attend this
hour long dance class. Warm-up, learn various basic skills needed to excel in math. The class with there children.
combinations of steps, and a routine that main purpose of this class is to encourage
builds throughout the session. Fun, up-beat, learning while having fun. For students this Instructor: Jeanine O’Brien
and funky, this class will have you excited makes math an enjoyable subject and a very Supply Fee: $10 payable to instructor
to move to the music of your favorite artists. important I like numbers attitude giving them Fee: $45
The session ends with a demonstration of the the desire to excel. Math is one of the most Limit: 12
routine for the families of students. Attire: critical subjects and tools needed as students
work-out clothes & sneakers. (Water bottles go though school, and grow into adults. Magic for Kids!
are recommended!) When math is fun at the start it becomes 6 Thursdays, begins March 25, 6-7 p.m.
easier to build on the basics and achieving
Instructor: Gina Laurenzi or future success. Parents are required to attend Have you ever wondered, “How did he do
Laurenzi Dance Staff this class with there children. that?” In “Magic for Kids” you will learn
Fee: $60 how to do some basic slight of hand magic,
Limit: 15 Instructor: Jeanine O’Brien self working tricks and magic with special
Supply Fee: $10 payable to instructor “trick” props. All of the magic will be able
Fee: $40 to be performed with objects found around
Hip Hop (12-17 years) the home. This course is designed as an
6 Saturdays, begins February 6, Noon-1 p.m. introduction to the art of magic and will
or Summer introduce some basic magic concepts. You
6 Wednesdays, begins June 2, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Math Power Start (1st & 2nd) will be able to perform magic after every
5 Mondays, begins March 1, 5:45-6:30p.m. class.
Dance to appropriate hip hop music in this
hour long dance class. Warm-up, learn various Get the Math Power. Starting out right leads
combinations of steps, and a routine that to a love of numbers, a desire to learn, and Instructor: Scott Brown
builds throughout the session. Fun, up-beat is critical to future success. This class starts Fee: $65
and funky, this class will have you excited with the basics and then builds on these skills. Limit: 13
to move the music of your favorite artists. This is done in a fun learning environment.
The session ends with a demonstration of the Using games and teaching techniques Reading Readiness (3 years-K)
routine for the families of students. Attire: that encourages comfort and success with 5 Mondays, begins April 5, 5-5:30 p.m.
work-out clothes & sneakers. (Water bottles numbers. Math Power Start gives students
the desire to excel, and a powerful head start. Give your child a hand up and head start
are recommended!) on reading. Reading has proven to be the
Parents are required to attend this class with
there children. most important skill needed to succeed in
Instructor: Gina Laurenzi or both school and workplace. Children will
Laurenzi Dance Staff gain the skills to succeed using low pressure
Fee: $60 Instructor: Jeanine O’Brien
techniques such as games and songs. This
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class is geared towards 3-5 year olds. Some Hawaiian Dance for Children Beginning Tap (6-12 years)
younger children may be able to attend the Ages 5-10 6 Thursdays, begins May 6, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Reading Power Start instead. Parents may 6 Fridays, begins April 9, 5-6 p.m. or
call the instructor (262-743-2200) for help Learn basic tap steps, time steps and basic
in deciding which class would be best. One Summer breaks, that will be combined into a dance
adult must attend with the child. 6 Wednesdays, begins June 23, 6-7 p.m. and performed to parents at the last day of
class. Students must wear dance attire and tap
Keiki- the Hawaiian word for children- will
Instructor: Jeanine O’Brien shoes. No previous experience necessary.
find this fun, fast moving class enchanting.
Fee: $35 Basic steps will be taught but the emphasis is
$10 additional fee for Instructor: Amanda Burmeister
on fun. Respect for the Hawaiian culture will
take home materials Fee: $60
be incorporated in this class.
Limit: 15 Limit: 12
Instructor: Avis Davidson
Reading Power Start (1st & 2nd) Fee: $60 Creative Acting for Kids
5 Mondays, begins April 5, 5:45-6:45 p.m. Limit: 25
Give your child a boost and a head start on 3 Saturdays, begins June 5, 10 a.m.-Noon
reading. Reading has proven to be the most Polynesian Dance—Teens Every child is born with natural abilities to
important skill needed to succeed in both 6 Fridays, begins April 9, 6-7 p.m. or
play and be imaginative. By applying these
school and the workplace. Many times when Summer abilities in structured theatre games and
a child first starts to learn they miss important 6 Wednesdays, begins June 23, 7-8 p.m. acting exercises they will also develop self-
steps that will affect their ability to read with esteem and the life skills of communication,
This course designed for students from 6th
understanding and speed. It is much easier team work, cooperation and creative thinking.
through 12th grade will get you moving to the
for children in younger grades to gain these Through the art of acting your child will
Tahitian drumbeats. Burn up that extra energy
skills through low pressure, fun techniques, discover their own uniqueness and learn to
learning this stunning dance form the South
games and songs, and avoid future problems appreciate that in others all while having a
Seas. Fast paced and fun you will learn to
in reading, such as dyslexia. This class is whole lot of fun.
shake your hips and get a great workout!
geared towards grades K-2, or students who
have just started to learn basic sounds, but Instructor: Rosann Weber
Instructor: Avis Davidson
have not mastered them yet. One adult must Fee: $60
attend with the child. Limit: 30
Instructor: Jeanine O’Brien
Fee: $50 A Star is Born Money Matters for Children
$10 additional fee for 3 Saturdays, begins April 24, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Summer
take home materials Have you ever seen a play and thought, “That 2 Tuesdays begins June 15, 6-8p.m.
Limit: 15 sure looks like fun, but I could never do it.” This course will teach children how to set up
You can! Join me in a class dedicated to a budget for their money and the simple steps
Reading Excitement for sharing the complete process of acting in a in financial matters, such as how to open a
the Young Reader community theatre, from beginning to end. savings account, how to write a check, how to
5 Mondays, begins April 5, 7-8 p.m. From auditions to rehearsals, to show time, keep track of expenses and earning and much
you’ll learn all about what to expect and how more. A wonderful class for parents to take
A wonderful class for students who have to prepare. It looks like fun, because it is. with their children or have money explained
taken and mastered skills taught in reading And YOU CAN do it! Younger children can from another perspective.
readiness, reading power start. This is a be added with instructor’s permission.
continuation of the fundamental decodable
Instructor: Susan Blust
phonetic learning to read program. It is Instructor: Rosann Weber Fee: $45
helpful to first take one of the other reading Fee; $60
classes and then talk with the instructor to Limit: 15
see if they are ready to move onto this class.
We will continue using games and songs
Beginning Ballet (6-12 years) Monarchs Galore
to help in retention of skills and learning Summer
6 Thursdays, begins May 6, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
process. Geared for students of all ages who Saturday, June 26, 10 a.m.-Noon
have mastered basic sounds. Parents may Learn basic ballet positions and moves as
call the instructor (262-743-2200) for help well as ballet terms, great for the beginner. This family oriented class is geared towards
in deciding which class would be best. One Students will gain grace and coordination children of all ages- see real monarch butterfly
adult must attend with the child. while learning a simple ballet performance. eggs, caterpillars and chrysalis…learn about
Students must wear dance attire and ballet their journey to Mexico each year and how to
Instructor: Jeanine O’Brien slippers. No previous experience necessary. grow your own butterflies.
$10 additional fee for Instructor: Amanda Burmeister Instructor: Cheri Ditzig
take home materials Fee: $60 Fee: $25
Limit: 15 Limit: 12 Limit: 30
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Language, Writing & Civics
Spanish I Memory Keepers - Communication with an
6 Mondays, begins February 1, Writing Memoirs International Twist
6:30-8:30 p.m. 6 Wednesdays, begins February 3, 3 Saturdays, begins February 13,
Introduction to the Spanish language- very 6-7:30 p.m. 9 a.m.-Noon
basic pronunciation and grammar taught. Memoir writing is zeroing in on specific Learn English with a twist! Did you ever
experience in your life rather than writing an wonder where words originated? Do we
Instructor: Rose Cucunato entire birth to old age biography. You learn communicate differently than other cultures?
Fee: $95 to tap your own rich and unique background Approach English as a foreigner and learn
Limit: 20 by sharing with others, memory-probing various forms of communications. For
activities in class. You will enjoy, smile and examples, British English vs. American
Spanish I (Level 3) pause in reflection as you remember. Do this English will be reviewed as well as
6 Tuesdays, begins February 2, for yourself or as a gift to family and friends. communication differences between
6:30-8:30 p.m. (No class February 9th) Indonesians and Americans. Word games
Instructor: Nancy Lindberg will be incorporated to enhance language
This course is a Continuation of Level 2
Fee: $75 skill learning. This course will help you
Spanish or consent of instructor.
Limit: 18 appreciate English even more! Something
different for moms and dads to do with their
Instructor: Rose Cucunato
Creative Fiction children.
Limit: 20 4 Mondays, begins February 8, 7-9 p.m.
Instructor: Susan Blust
If you have great stories to tell but you have Fee: $75
no idea how to tell them in the written word, Limit: 15
this is the class for you. You will learn the
very basic learning blocks to a story, what
makes it work and what doesn’t, how to
Fun and Gentle Grammar Review
4 Tuesdays, begins March 2, 7-9 p.m.
develop a main character and plot. After this
class you will be able to start and finish your In this fun and painless review of grammar
written story. basics, participants will refresh their
Citizenship knowledge of the eight parts of speech,
8 Wednesdays, begins February 3, Instructor: Brian Barnes the two parts of a sentence, the difference
6-7:30p.m. (No class March 17th) Fee: $75 between phrases and clauses, subject and
Limit: 15 verb agreement, punctuation, and other points
This course is designed both for the citizen of grammar.
and non-citizen who desires to appreciate, Shaping the Creative
to learn, and to understand what it means to Instructor: Julie Jacob
be an American citizen. For the non-citizen Non-Fiction Essay
this class will greatly help a legal alien 4 Tuesdays, begins February 9, 7-9 p.m.
to go through the naturalization process The essay is a marvelous and versatile form
including knowing how to pass the newly of writing. In it, the writer may muse, reflect, Spanish I (Level 2)
designed Immigration Services test. For the opine, rant, remember, analyze and discuss 6 Mondays, begins March 15,
citizen this class will be a refresher study of anything from the memory of one’s first 6:30-8:30 p.m.
American history and geography, will renew day of kindergarten to the beauty of a maple
understanding of our founding documents tree in October. Every piece of creative non- A continuation of basic Spanish grammar
and give a deeper appreciation of American fiction begins as an amorphous idea in the and sentence structure.
individual rights and responsibilities. By author’s mind, which the writer then shapes
becoming an active and participatory citizen into an essay. In this class, participants will Instructor: Rose Cucunato
you will further strengthen the foundation of explore the fascinating genre of the creative Fee: $95
our community and nation. non-fiction essay through class discussion, Limit: 20
readings, writing exercises, and critique of
Instructor: Michael Kania their own work in a gentle and supportive
Fee: $95 environment.
Instructor: Julie Jacob
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Spanish I (Level 4) Punctuation Madness
6 Tuesdays beginning March 23, Tuesday, April 13, 7-9 p.m.
6:30-8:30 p.m. (No class March 30th)
Punctuation marks are tiny, but they can
Continuation of Level 3 or consent of cause big headaches when they are used
instructor. incorrectly. In this fun, fast-paced, one-night
class, participants will learn basic guidelines
Instructor: Rose Cucunato on the correct use of commas, semicolons,
Fee: $95 apostrophes, and quotation marks.
Instructor: Julie Jacob
Fee: $25 Lose Weight through Hypnosis
Contemporary Italian Cinema 2 Fridays, begins January 29, 6-9 p.m. or
6 Wednesdays, begins March 24, 7-9 p.m. 2 Fridays, begins March 5, 6-9 p.m. or
Discover, explore and learn Italian culture and 2 Fridays, begins April 30, 6-9 p.m.
German for Travelers
contemporary life through film by viewing Rid yourself of excess holiday and winter
and discussing such film masterpieces as
weight. “How did you lose all that weight?”
La Vita e Bella, Cinema Paradiso and Pane Summer Is what your friends will ask after you take
e Tulipani. Materials will be provided by 2 Mondays and 2 Wednesdays, begins
this course. Your unconscious mind already
instructor. June 14, 6-8 p.m.
knows how you are going to peel away those
This is a dual course. Students will have an unwanted pounds. Dr. Stone helps access
Instructor: Ralph Annina opportunity to speak German and refresh your unconscious intelligence, knowledge
Fee: $60 their skills and at the same time learn phrases and wisdom so you can accelerate your weight
Limit: 25 required for travel. This course will allow loss. If you have said, “I’m too weak to lose
new students to also learn the basics of weight” or “I can’t stop myself from eating”
Italian I German in a relaxed social setting. enough times, eventually your unconscious
6 Thursdays, begins April 1, 7-9 p.m. will accept these negative statements as truth.
Instructor: Susan Blust MBA The cure for negative thinking is positive
This course familiarizes you with the structure Fee: $95 self-hypnosis. If you “hypnotized” yourself
of the language, gives you the ability to be Limit: 10 to gain weight you can hypnotize yourself
comfortable with native Italian speakers, and to lose weight. “In 1983, I lost 50lbs using
to provide a helpful experience if you plan to hypnosis,” said Dr. Stone, “and I have not
travel to Italy. gained any weight back since.”
Instructor: Ralph Annina Instructor: Dr. Jay Stone
Fee: $95 Fee: $60
Limit: 20 Limit: 18
A Few Practical Tips to Life Makeover Challenge
Better Writing 6 Wednesdays, begins February 3,
Tuesday, April 6, 7-9 p.m. Screenplay Writing 6:30-8:30 p.m.
In this one-night class, participants will learn 4 Tuesdays, begins June 15, 7-9 p.m. This is an intense 6-week course for those
a few general guidelines — drawn from that who truly desire change today. Participants
classic book on good writing, The Elements This is the class for anyone who has always will need to come with an open mind, a
of Style —that will help them write more wanted to write their own screenplay. You willingness to explore all areas of their lives,
clearly and concisely. Topics will include will learn the basic concepts of storytelling and a commitment to taking daily action in
writing in active voice, omitting needless and the unique aspects of writing for the big the interest of self-development. This is an
words, and writing with nouns and verbs. screen. extremely interactive course designed to
call you out of your shell and into the light
Instructor: Julie Jacob Instructor: Brian Barnes of the life you are dying to create. Plan on
Fee: $25 Fee: $75 leaving this course with a new found sense of
Limit: 20 Limit: 15 direction, clarity, and self-acceptance, along
with an urgency to truly live the life you were
created for and an action plan that has you on
Instructor: Jeanette Stevenson,
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Stop Smoking through Hypnosis at the Mindful Yoga Studio. For directions Radical Living
2 Fridays, begins February 12, 6-9 p.m. call 262.859.2151 or visit www.yogainmind. 3 Wednesdays, begins March 17, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
It’s time to put an end to shortness of breath, Are you tired of always playing it safe? Do you
smoker’s cough, wasting money, bad breath, Instructor: Pamela Grubb ACSW, find the idea of radical living both intriguing
and smelly clothes. Quit smoking easily MSW, CYI, E-RYT and daunting? In this interactive workshop,
through the most effective method. Hypnosis Location: Mindful Yoga Studio you will examine the rules you have created
will help you relax your body and keep your 6127 Green Bay Rd., for yourself and learn how they serve you or
focus on healthy, non-smoking thoughts. Suite 150 hold you back. Clarify what you truly need and
Students will learn self-hypnosis so they can Kenosha, WI want in order for you to excel in the interest of
reinforce their stop-smoking suggestions and Fee: $65 discovering the power and freedom of choice.
find other ways to improve their lives. For Limit: 15 Unleash your deeper purpose and live the life
the soon to be ex-smokers who are concerned designed by you.
about gaining weight: if hypnosis helps you
quit smoking then hypnosis will help you Couple/Partner Relaxation Instructor: Jeanette Stevenson,
manage your appetite and weight. As a Enhancement CPCC, ACC
healthier ex-smoker, a happier former smoker 4 Mondays, begins March 1, 7-9 p.m. Fee: $60
and a calmer non-smoker, you will taste, Bring a friend or intimate to learn the joys of Limit: 20
smell and enjoy the world in a much better, massage. For several nights you will learn
cleaner, and more natural way. a variety of massaging techniques. These Past Life Regression & Sacred Cycles
classes shall expand your understanding 2 Fridays, begins March 26, 6-9 p.m.
Instructor: Dr. Jay Stone of how to touch firmly, and comfortably, to
Fee: $60 Since the moment you were born cycles have
reduce stiffness, pain and stress; plus the been influencing your life. There is no way
Limit: 18 touch will bolster the immune system. Each to escape the effects of cycles either. The
person is to bring a full size pillow and heartbeat, breath, brain waves, hormonal
Valentine’s Massage Class comforter to class. secretion, gastric, renal and immunological
for Couples regulation all occur in cycles. Of course, every
Saturday, February 13, 1-4 p.m. or Instructor: Mercedes Dzindzeleta person has to contend with the great cycles of
Valentine’s Day - Sunday, February 14, Fee: $75 each person nature, namely the lunar cycle, rain cycle, rock
2-5 p.m. Limit: 18 cycle, solar cycle and the cycle of the seasons.
Bring a sweetheart, friend or intimate, to In this class you will learn about your personal
share in learning the gift of a loving massage Healthy Eating and Weight Loss cycles, including your cognitive-emotional
touch. Set someone’s body, mind, and spirit Thursday, March 4, 6:30-8:30 p.m. cycle, the alternating cycle between right and
free. Ease stiffness, pain and reduce stress. Weight loss is one of the most popular New left brain dominance, and your ultradian cycles,
Learn a massaging touch that is easy and Year resolutions. This course will help which are physical and emotional cycles that
relaxing to give and wonderful to receive. you design a diet plan and a healthy eating are less than 24 hours. According to Dr. Stone,
Each couple is to bring 2- full size pillows style that works best for you. A review of the purpose of all these cycles is emotional,
and a thick comforter/sleeping bag to class. popular diets will be presented including intellectual and spiritual development. “If you
low carbohydrate and low calorie diets, missed something last time around, because
Instructor: Mercedes Dizindzeleta glycemic index, volumetrics, Mediterranean everything cycles, you always get a chance to
Fee: $70 per couple diets, commercial programs, formulas and learn it next time around,”
Limit: 9 Couples supplements. will learn about healthy weight
and body mass index, setting your weight loss Instructor: Dr. Jay Stone
Beginner Yoga (Yoga 1) goals, and developing a plan that will help
you be successful at weight loss and improve Limit: 18
6 Mondays, begins February 15,
5:30-6:45 p.m. or your health and quality of life.
6 Mondays, begins February 15, 7-8:15 p.m. Instructor: Denise O’Brien, Technicolor People in our Lives
Registered Dietitian Monday, April 5, 6-9 p.m.
This class is for those who have never taken Fee: $25
yoga or enjoy the slower mellow pace of a Learning and reconnecting to those ‘people’
Limit: 20 that shaped yesterday and strengthened our
beginner class. Focus on learning about
breathing; learning to relax muscles and tomorrows. There comes a time in all our lives
improve overall health and well being. when we wonder who we are and why we are
Instructions and variations of yoga poses will here and where we are going. Through visions
be taught. Focus is given to the back, neck, of our future self we will appreciate those that
shoulders, knees, and feet. Diaphragmatic have been with us all along. With meditation,
breathing and warm ups with simple yogic writing and discussion we shall all be renewed
stretches will be introduced. Students will by finding “self” again. Bring a journal to
learn how to move into each pose with class.
personalized attention allowing them to learn
how to release into relaxation. Each class Instructor: Mercedes Dzindzeleta
ends with a quiet relaxation. Please wear Fee: $40
loose, comfortable clothing. Classes are held Limit: 25
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Choices in Childbirth Meditation and Transformation
6 Tuesdays, begins April 6, 7-8 p.m. 3 Wednesdays, begins April 14, 7-9 p.m.
In this course we will look at modern “I let go of what I am, to become what I will
maternity care juxtaposed with traditional be”—Albert Einstein. Unless we are willing
midwifery. We will examine the options to change and become aware of our true Self,
available to women during pregnancy and we remain in a cocoon and never emerge
birth. We will also discuss the importance of into the butterfly. We will work with the Continuing Guitar
informed choice. Birth partner may attend mind, emotion and Spirit to identify how we 6 Mondays, begins February 22,
free! create stress, feeling stuck, energy depletion 5:30-6:30 p.m.
and aging. Then we can recover the inner
Instructor: Brandy Brey child and connect to our innate innocence, Continuing guitar is for those who have
Fee: $60 creativity and joy. We will use meditation, some playing experience and are able to
Limit: 12 breath work and emotional release tools to go readily change chords. Instructions will
to our next level of healing, wholeness and consist of tablature, discussion of techniques,
peace. demonstration and group participation
Re-Writing the Rules through playing. The class will consist of
3 Wednesdays, begins April 7, Instructor: Doris LaBrasca
Fee: $60 music theory, scales and improvised playing.
Limit: 15 The purpose of the class is to prepare the
We all put restraints on ourselves by what student to continue to self teach and to
we think we are expected to do. What would prepare the student to play by ear with other
it be like to break that cycle? Empower
Listening to Your Body musicians in jam sessions without being tied
2 Wednesdays, begins May 5, 7-9 p.m.
yourself with an unorthodox technique to a written page. Book: “Accoustic Guitar
for identifying and redefining the rules by In this course we will examine the mind/ Primer” by Bert Casey includes CD; available
which you live. Uncover hidden perceptions, body connection and learn to tune into the at UWParkside bookstore.
unconscious restraints, and deep seated fears wisdom of our bodies. We will discuss the
that keep you from breaking free fro the mold modern medical viewpoint and discuss why Instructor: George Lawrence
of traditions. Look at why you do what you medication isn’t always necessary. We will Fee: $60
do and if it is working for you. You will leave learn that our thoughts are an important part Limit: 10
this workshop with a new set of rules that will of our body’s wisdom, and how our beliefs
allow you to start a fresh and effective way are key elements of our physical, mental, and Jam Session
of living. emotional health. 6 Mondays, begins February 22, 6:30-8 p.m.
Instructor: Jeanette Stevenson, Instructor: Brandy Brey The jam class is intended to be an enjoyable
CPCC, ACC Cost: $45 way for string instrument players above
Fee: $60 Limit: 12 the novice status to experience the unique
Limit: 6 social aspect of playing music with other
people. The purpose of the class is to give
the players an opportunity to improve their
skills by playing and singing songs (singing
is voluntary) with other people. Emphasis
will be placed on understanding what the
individual player can do (or not do) to best
support a song in a group of players. This
is not a time for individual instruction on
a particular instrument, but it is a time for
gaining some knowledge and experience as
to how individual instruments work together
in a band or jam situation.
Instructor: George Lawrence
6 Mondays, begins February 22, 8-9 p.m.
Continuing mandolin is for those who have
some playing experience and are readily able
to change chords. The class will consist of
music theory, scales and improvised playing.
The purpose of the class is to prepare the
student to continue to self teach, and to
prepare the student to play by ear with other
musicians in jam sessions without being
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tied to a written page. Book: “Bluegrass Instructor: George Lawrence
Mandolin” by Jack Tottle available at UWP Fee: $60
bookstore. Limit: 10
Instructor: George Lawrence Flatpicking Guitar (Guitar Level III)
Fee: $60 6 Wednesdays, begins February 24, 7-8 p.m.
Primarily for those with a basic understanding Everyday Casino Gaming
of chords and music theory. This style is Wednesday, February 10, 6:30-9 p.m.
Beginning Guitar used in bluegrass music, old-time country
6 Tuesdays, begins February 23, 6-7 p.m. Learn which games to avoid, which bets to
and fiddle tunes. You’ll learn techniques
Enjoy an introduction to acoustic guitar such as back-up playing and improvisation. make or not make, which casinos to go to
styles. You’ll learn guitar basics, chording, Bring your guitar; book required. Book: and why. You will also learn about money
and strumming through songs and exercises. “Teach Yourself Bluegrass Guitar” by Russ management, mental preparation, and
No experience required. Bring your guitar to Barenberg (includes CD) available at UWP planning for your trip.
class. Book: “Acoustic Guitar” by Bert Casey bookstore.
(includes CD) available at UWP bookstore. Instructor: Joe Fox
Instructor: George Lawrence Fee: $35
Instructor: George Lawrence Fee: $60 Limit: 25
Fee: $60 Limit: 10
Fiddlin’ for Fun
Beginning Banjo 6 Mondays, begins March 29, 7-8:30 p.m.
6 Tuesdays, begins February 23, 7-8 p.m.
Want to learn to play bluegrass fiddle? Irish
Learn basic roll patterns and chords behind music? Country fiddle? Your journey starts
blue grass, along with music theory. Bring right here. You’ll learn how to play at least one
your own banjo. Book: “You can Teach fiddle tune in this class, even if you’ve never
Yourself Banjo” by Janet Davis (includes touched a fiddle in your life. All teaching is
CD) available at UWP bookstore. done by ear and with a simple “tab”. You
do not need to know how to read music for
Instructor: George Lawrence this class. Students will learn to play a major Fundamental Hunting Skills for
Fee: $60 scale, a shuffle, simple tunes will impress your Wisconsin Hunters
Limit: 10 friends and you’ll learn some embellishments 2 Saturdays, begins March 6, 9-11 a.m.
to “dress up” your fiddle tunes. Bring your
Beginning Mandolin fiddle and a recording device to class. Learning the sport of hunting can be a real
6 Tuesdays, begins February 23, 8-9 p.m. challenge. Learning to outsmart wild animals
Instructor: Bruce Sedloff with a better knowledge of their surroundings,
Beginning mandolin through tuning, chords, Fee: $85 as well as more highly developed senses than
and fiddle tunes. Bring your own mandolin. Limit: 10 we have, takes practice and study. We will
Book: “Mandolin Primer” by Bert Casey discuss how to hunt turkeys, deer, doves,
(includes CD) available at UWP bookstore. pheasants, squirrels, etc. in Wisconsin.
Vocal Crash Course
Saturday, May 8, 1:30-5:30 p.m. Hunting tips and information such as: how
Instructor: George Lawrence to find a place to hunt, where to get your
Fee: $60 Do you enjoy singing but have a lot of questions answered, and what the rules and
Limit: 10 questions about how to improve your voice? regulations mean will be discussed in class.
Covering topics such as improving vocal Beau Bosovich is a life-time hunter, a certified
Continuing Banjo quality, tone production, breath support, Wisconsin Hunter Education Instructor and a
6 Wednesdays, begins February 24, 6-7 p.m. performance tips and more this class will certified National Rifle Association firearms
make you confident with singing either for instructor.
Continuing banjo is for those who have your own enjoyment or for/with others. It is
good control of the various banjo rolls and recommended that you bring one song, any Instructor: Beau Bosovich
chord progressions. Instruction will consist style, with your own play-along CD or song Fee: $45
of tablature, discussion of techniques, sheet music with chord symbols to class. Limit: 20
demonstration, and group participation If you’re unsure, just bring yourself and be
through playing. The purpose of the class ready for a vocal adventure.
is to prepare the student to continue to self
teach, and to prepare the student to play by Instructor: Regina Ebinal, prof. singer
ear with other musicians in jam sessions & instructor Germany
without being tied to a written page. Book: Fee: $45
“You Can Teach Yourself Banjo” by Janet Limit: 8
Davis (includes CD) is available at UWP
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Greening Your Business Shop Like an Antique Dealer
Wednesday, March 10, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Learn some attributes and benefits of being a
Wednesday, April 7, 6:30-9 p.m.
If you like flea markets, antique malls, Summer
green enterprise. We’ll do a brief overview of
some areas for greening your business. We’ll
discuss creating an energy management plan.
auctions, and yard sales and want to know
more about what to buy, this class is for you!
Get tips on finding that great deal. This class
Learn about resources available to partner is an overview of places to find treasures, and
with to get your business operating more how to get the pieces you’re looking for at Heartsaver Pediatric First
efficiently. Water efficiency, recycling and bargain prices. Aid Certification - Pg. 4
renewable energy resources will be looked
at. Instructor: Joe Fox
Fee: $35 The Heartsaver CPR/AED
Instructor: Linda Glass Limit: 25 Certification - Pg. 4
Limit: 20 Three Balls in the Air: Heartsaver First Aid
Learning How to Juggle Certification - Pg. 4
Be a Jewelry & Watch Detective 4 Tuesdays, begins April 8, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
2 Wednesdays, begins March 10,
6:30-8:30 p.m. Have three balls lying around the house and Basic Jewelry Making
don’t know what to do with them? Learn the Session 2 - Pg. 6
It’s elementary, my dear Watson. This ancient art of juggling. Impress your friends,
class helps any would-be Sherlock solve amaze your family, and entertain folks in line
the mysteries in the jewelry/watch world. at the DMV. Juggling is fun, challenging
Retirement Planning Today - Pg. 8
Whether you are an avid jewelry buyer or and great exercise but don’t be intimidated,
just curious, this class is designed to provide juggling is easy. Learn basic three ball Home Buyer Investment
practical information. Instructor Joe Fox, juggling, different juggling techniques, Education - Pg. 8
owner of Antique Castle Mall, uses his years routines and methods. Learn to use a variety
of experience to provide clues that help of juggling props (clubs, rings, and balls).
separate the old from the new, the gold from The Perfect Fitness Class - Pg. 9
This class is for anyone, regardless of age,
the gold plated, diamonds from rhinestones, who ever wanted to learn how to juggle. It’s
and the junk from the jewels. The second class a great family activity. Pilates for the Breast
covers watches and participants can bring in Cancer Survivor - Pg. 10
their treasure for “Joe’s Road Show.” Instructor: Andrew Murphy
Fee: $45 Indoor Boot Camp - Pg. 10
Instructor: Joe Fox Limit: 25
Presenting Yourself Stability Ball-Ultimate
Saturday, May 1, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Core Workout - Pg. 10
Magic for Adults
Do you give or want to give presentations or
6 Thursdays, begins March 25, 7-8 p.m.
lectures of any kind? Wouldn’t it be good
Youth Hip Hop - Pg. 15
You will learn a wide range of “close up” to know how you are coming across to your
magic, from self working tricks to slight of audience and to feel at ease? With this class Hip Hop (12-17 yrs.) - Pg. 15
hand. You will also learn how to make your you can discover a new angle to yourself and
magic more entertaining, and how to group at the same time learn what others see and
your tricks into a logical routine. Magic Polynesian Dance Teens - Pg. 16
take in about you. Become aware of what
will be performed with cards, coins, rubber other messages you are sending apart from the
bands and items found in the home and social obvious, spoken ones. It’s the HOW and not Hawaiian Dance for
settings. This is a beginner class, but those of only the WHAT that counts. Use your voice; Children Ages 5-10 - Pg. 16
any skill level are welcome. learn how to work with it to your intention and
advantage. Discover how you communicate
Instructor: Scott Brown with your body; learn its language and so
Monarchs Galore - Pg. 16
Fee: $60 much more about yourself. We will work
Limit: 15 with feedback, breathing techniques, etc. Creative Acting for Kids - Pg. 16
Bring a few short texts (5 minutes long), be
open and prepared to discover and use all Money Matters for Children - Pg. 16
your potential and abilities.
Instructor: Regina Ebinal, Screenplay Writing - Pg. 18
professional singer, and
instructor from Germany German for Travelers
Fee: $40 and Conversation - Pg. 18
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Registration From Kenosha - Access from 30th Avenue
(Wood Road), 22nd Avenue, Sheridan Road
Register online at www.uwp.edu Keyword: (Highway 32), or Highway 31.
tickets. Register early, as class sizes are Weather Cancellation
limited. Class limits are listed at the end of From Racine - Access from Highway 31,
each course description. If there is inclement weather, Mini Courses
follows the University policy. When UW- Highway 32, or Meachem Road (Highway
Parkside classes are cancelled, Mini Course Y).
Class Sizes and Waiting Lists classes will be cancelled. Please check
Classes with less than required minimums our website at www.uwp.edu or call our By Local Bus - Kenosha Transit serves the
may be cancelled at the discretion of the information line at 262-595-2345. News campus. For schedules and route information,
University. A full refund will be made if the of UW-Parkside closures also will air on call 262-653-4287.
University of Wisconsin-Parkside cancels a television and radio.
Where To Find Your Class There are two options for parking in UW-P
Once a class becomes full a waiting list will
be created. If there are enough students on the Your registration ticket provides the location lots to make your Mini Course experience the
waiting another class session may be added. of your class, however the location can best it can be.
If a student withdraws from the original class sometimes change. Please confirm the class
the first person on the wait list will be notified location prior to class by calling 262-595- Parking Permits - A parking permit will
of the opening. 2307 or going to www.uwp.edu keyword: provided for all registered Mini Course
tickets. patrons. This permit will be sent in the mail
along with your Mini Course tickets. The
Classes with Prerequisites parking permit will be valid only on the
Special Note for Food Classes date(s) of your class and MUST be displayed
When classes are offered more than once,
all dates are listed in the description and If you have food allergies of any kind and are on your rear view mirror. Permit users are
separated by the word “or”. Please read taking classes involving food, we encourage restricted from using meters reserved spots.
the dates and descriptions carefully when you to call ahead for the menus. REMINDER: This parking permit is only for
registering. For some classes, prerequisites use in specified lots, it is not valid in Ranger
are required (e,g,– Spanish 3 & 4 requires Class Evaluations Hall or University Apartment lots.
the prerequisites of Spanish 1 & 2 or their We want to hear from you! Your input and
equivalent before registering). Call if you Metered Parking - Most parking lots have
feed back are invaluable to our program. parking meters available. Bring some extra
have any questions. Evaluations are now online. In addition to quarters along just in case. Metered parking
classroom evaluation given out at the last is enforced until 6:30 p.m. and has a 2-hour
Refunds class session we now offer online evaluations time limit. Permit users are prohibited from
Course refunds are offered only under select at www.uwp.edu keyword: tickets. parking in metered stalls.
circumstances. If a class is cancelled due to
low enrollment, full refunds will be issued by Special Accommodations to Bookstore
the University. You may choose to cancel your Attend a Mini Course
registration at least 5 business days in advance For classes requiring books, contact the
of a class for a full refund. No refunds will be Please notify us at 262.595-2307 or UW-Parkside bookstore at 262-595-2301 or
provided within 5 business days, after a class email: email@example.com prior to visit them online at www.uwp.edu Keyword:
has started, or at the conclusion of a class. registering for the Mini Course if you need bookstore.
Please read each course description carefully accommodations.
and call the Campus Concierge Desk (262-
595-2307) with any questions on course Directions to Campus
design, instructors, curriculum, or structure From Milwaukee - Interstate 94 south to
prior to registering. Highway E in Kenosha County. East 4 miles.
From Chicago - I-94 north to Highway E.
East 4 miles.
From Madison - I-94 to Milwaukee, I-894
bypass (Chicago exit), I-94 south to Highway
E in Kenosha County. East 4 miles.
www.uwp.edu Keyword: tickets Important Information (Spring / Summer) -23
900 Wood Road • P.O. Box 2000 Permit No 1071
Kenosha, WI 53141-2000
128 G16 3070
Advanced Registration Required for all Classes
Name ______________________________________________ Course Title(s) Fee
Address ____________________________________________ _______________________________ _______________
City _______________________________________________ _______________________________ _______________
State _______________ Zip Code _______________________ _______________________________ _______________
E-mail _____________________________________________ _______________________________
Day Phone _________________________________________ Payment Method:
Evening Phone ______________________________________ Check Payable to UW-Parkside
TO REGISTER MC Visa Discover
Online: www.uwp.edu Keyword: Tickets
Card # _____________________________________________
By Mail : University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Mini Course, Student Center • 900 Wood Road, PO Box 2000
Expiration Date ______________________________________
Kenosha, WI 53141-2000
By Fax: 262-595-2202 Signature ___________________________________________
By Phone: 262-595-2307, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
FOR INFORMATION ONLY
In Person: Student Center Concierge Desk
For information and suggestions, or to receive a brochure
You must be registered before the first session of the course.
A full refund will be made if the University of Wisconsin-Parkside cancels a class or if the class is full at the time your registration is received.
Students receive a full refund if withdrawal request is received at least five business days prior to start of class.