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					Interior Decorating Course
8 Sessions
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
6:30 – 8:00
Location: Rm # TBD
$100.00
Instructor: Barbara Graceffa

Don’t know the difference between a Louis XVI chair and a Martha Washington chair?
Who cares! Through informative lectures and interactive show and tell sessions you will
learn the basics of interior design that you can immediately use to spruce up your own
home. Secretary of the Interior will reach you about color selection, furniture
placements, window treatments, accessories and much more. A special emphasis will be
placed on budget friendly situations and quick changes to adorn your home.

Zumba
8 Sessions
Thursday, October 22, 2009
6:30 -7:30
Location: Gold Cafeteria
$80.00
Instructor: Kim Flores/ Melissa Melanson

Zumba fuses hypnotic musical rhythms (Latin music including Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia,
Latin Pop, Reggeaton and Socca) and easy to do moves to create a good workout. It is a
motivating workout where you have lots of fun and get in shape and improve your
cardiovascular system at the same time. The class includes 10 songs for a duration of 1
hour.

Krav Maga
6 Sessions
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
6:30 – 7:30
Location: Fitness Room #1009
$80.00
Instructor: Kieran McGrath

Krav Maga is designed so a 110 pound woman or man can defend themselves against a
250 pound attacker and get away. Learning this martial art, as intense as it is, can be fun
as well as giving you a great sense of self esteem and confidence, not to mention fitness
levels you will attain while learning to defend yourself.
Pilates- All Levels
8 Sessions
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
6:30 – 7:30
Location: Humanities Center
$85.00
Instructor: Elysse Foster

This workout is tailored to the students in the class, providing modifications of challenges
where necessary. Pilates focuses on building core strength to gain long, lean muscles,
and to stretch and to tone your body. The class will work on correct form and breathing
for back strength and to ensure a quality workout. This is a challenging mind-body
workout, with emphasis in the abdominals. You will see a transformation that will keep
you hooked on Pilates. Please bring your own mat and 3 pound weights (if you have
these).

Vinyasa Flow Yoga- All Levels
8 Sessions
Thursday, October 22, 2009
6:30 – 7:30
Location: Humanities Center
$85.00
Instructor: $85.00

Learn to calm your mind, breathe correctly and relax your body. Smoothly flow through
poses as you become aware of correct form and breath. Gentle adjustments,
modifications, and/or challenges will be offered. This is your hour to listen to your mind
and body and honor its needs. Class will end with a guided imagery relaxation. Please
bring your own yoga map.

Introduction to Computers
7 Sessions
Thursday, October 22, 2009
6:30 – 8:00
Location: Rm. 3040
$125.00
Instructor: Stephen Sweeney

This class is for students with very limited or no computer experience. Students will be
introduced to typing, email, Microsoft Office and using the internet. A mix of instruction
and individual projects will help students gain confidence using the computer.
Quick Books for Beginners
8 Sessions
Thursday, October 22, 2009
6:15 – 8:15
Location: Rm. 3037
$150.00
Instructor: Karen Monahan

If you can make entries in a ledger then you can use QuickBooks. Learn to organize your
business (or personal) finances an prepare reports in this introductory course. Tasks
include; tracking your expenses, preparing and sending invoices, preparing financial
statements and managing budgets with reports. This course will be a great way to
introduce electronic book keeping into your business or personal use. An accounting
background is helpful but not required

Microsoft Excel
8 Sessions
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
6:15 – 8:15
Location: Rm. 3037
$150.00
Instructor: Karen Monahan

This course is designed for students who have limited excel experience. After a brief
review of menus, toolbars, commands, number and text formatting and spreadsheet
design, the class will focus on formula construction. The second half of this class will
focus on creating simple budgets, expense reports, multiple worksheets and files.

Introduction to Photoshop (for the Mac)
4 Sessions
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
5:30 – 7:00
Location: Graphic Arts Computer Lab
$100.00
Instructor: Holly Bunker

Photoshop has countless real world applications including: web design, logos, graphics,
lay-outs, image touch ups, color enhancement. This software program has everything
from paintbrush to color filters that transforms everyday images into professional
publications. This class will introduce you to the basics of Photoshop as well as teach
you to compose, edit and manipulate digital images. Students must have basic computer
(including Mac) knowledge and have access to a digital camera.
Gourmet Cooking
6 Sessions
Thursday, October 22, 2009
6:00 – 8:30
Location: Culinary Arts Lab
$200.00 + $25.00 (separate) food fee
Instructor: Chef Jeffrey Stuart

This class will encompass a taste of American Regional cooking as well as International
Cuisine. Students will learn basic sanitation skills, proper food handling and knife skills.
Students will work with products such as fresh meats, vegetables, seafood and make fresh
pastas. Students will also explore basic and advanced pastry techniques and learn plate
presentation.

Automotive- Know Your Car
6 Sessions
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
6:30 – 9”00
Location: Automotive Shop
$110.00
Instructor: Don Wettergreen

This program is available to those people with little or some knowledge of the automobile
workings. During the program, common issues such as how to safely change a flat tire,
jump start a vehicle with a discharged (dead) battery, change a light bulb, change engine
air filters, fuel filters and lubricate and change engine oil and filters. Class members will
also be instructed on how to check for a worn drive belt, damaged coolant hoses and how
to safely check coolant levels, transmission fluid levels, engine oil levels, corroded
battery cable ends and brake fluid levels. We will discuss ways to approach a service
writer at a car dealership and what to look for when purchasing a used car. Instruction
will be given to the class regarding electronic components under the hood and their
functions. At the end of the program, class members will have a better understanding of
the automobile.

Automotive- Auto Maintenance
8 Sessions
Thursday, October 22, 2009
6:30 – 9:00
Location: Automotive Shop
$195.00
Instructor: Don Wettergreen

A well maintained vehicle will give years of dependable service and add dollars to the
resale value. This course will help you cut through the “shop talk” when communicating
with your mechanic or service advisor, and it will assist you in performing your own
maintenance. Together we’ll take the mystery out of your braking systems, warm up to
your cooling system, take the shock out of shock absorbers, and discuss other automotive
systems. Classes will include shop safety, automotive theory, and hands on application.
Maintenance work will be limited to service that can be completed during class time.
Carpentry- Woodworking
Thursday, October 22, 2009
6:15 – 9:15
Location: Carpentry Shop
8 Sessions
$150.00 (plus cost of supplies)
Instructor: Joseph Coveney

After receiving instruction on tool use and safety, you’ll make a simple step stool, in the
process becoming more familiar with our tools and machines. Then, with advice and
assistance from out instructor, you’ll work on a mutually agreed upon project (or
projects). Past evening students have made such items as bookcases, tables, cabinets, etc.
Extra costs for wood and other materials will depend on the project(s) chosen. Please
note that storage space for projects is not available at Weymouth High School. Students
must supply their own safety glasses, which are required.

Art- Drawing and Painting
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
5:30 – 7:00
Location: Rm. 113
6 Sessions
$150.00
Instructor: Erik Bunker

This class is designed to meet the need of the motivated art student. Emphasis will be
placed in skill development in drawing and painting. A wide variety of art materials will
be utilized.

Beginning Spanish for Travelers
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
6:15 – 7:30
Location: Classroom #TBD
8 Sessions
$125.00
Instructor: Kelly Brennan

Taking a trip to a Spanish-speaking country? Using the native language on your trip will
enhance the cultural experience you have. This course will prepare you to use
vocabulary and phrases in situations often encountered while traveling; meeting new
people, ordering food and beverages, getting directions, finding transportation,
bargaining in the market, etc.
Usui Reiki Level I
Wednesday, October 21st and October 28th
6:15 – 9:15
Location: Rm #2023
2 Sessions
$130.00 (Includes Manual)
Instructor: Meghan Brown, RMT

Reiki is a form of energetic healing similar to Therapeutic Touch. It is non-invasive and
can be used on humans and other energetic beings. In this two night class, you will learn
the history and ethics of Reiki, what charkas are and how to clear them, hand positions,
and how to give a complete Reiki treatment. The first level of Reiki allows students to
practice on themselves, friends and family. Students completing both nights will receive
attunement and a certificate for Reiki Level 1. Nurses are eligible for 6 CEU’s
                            SINGLE SESSION COURSES


Hypnosis- Reduce Recession Blues
Monday, October 19, 2009
6:30 – 8:30
Location: Rm. #TBD
1 Session- 2 Hours
$25.00
Instructor: Kathryn McGlynn- Certified Hypnotist

Learn how to use the power of your mind to relieve stress, create a healthy money mind
set and eliminate fear of recession. Experience several group hypnosis sessions designed
to help you install new coping mechanisms to change your negative emotional state to a
positive one, develop a new perspective in the economy, and recognize prosperity and
abundance in your life.

Hypnosis- Past Life Regression
Monday, October 26, 2009
6:30 – 8:30
Location Rm #TBD
1 Session- 2 Hours
$25.00
Instructor: Kathryn McGlynn- Certified Hypnotist

Have you ever wondered if you’ve lived before? Have you ever met someone and felt an
instant affinity? Do you possess a particular skill or interest in something that seems to
“just come naturally”? During a group hypnosis session, you’ll explore experiences and
relationships from other lives while learning about strengths and weaknesses that you
have brought forward with you. Accessing these deeply held memories leads to an
adventure of endless exploration into your innermost self.
Hypnosis- Emotional Freedom Techniques
Monday, November 9, 2009
6:30 – 8:30
Location: Rm #TBD
1 Session- 2 Hours
$25.00
Instructor: Kathryn McGlynn- Certified Hypnotist

EFT is a new, dynamic, form of self-treatment that allows rapid release from trauma,
fears, phobias, anxiety and other emotional issues. It is “acupuncture without needles”.
You tap on stress relief points with your fingertips. From control of anxiety to control
over eating or to feelings of being stuck and so much more- you can learn to clear
unwanted emotions and get your system moving freely with a breakthrough technique for
transformational healing that everyone can learn easily.

First Time Home Buyer
1 Session- 2 hours
Monday, November 2, 2009
6:30 – 8:30 (additional time if needed)
Location: Rm# TBD
$25.00
Instructor: Trish Pierce

Home buyer education is the first step toward purchasing your own home and building
equity in your future. This seminar helps guide prospective homeowners through the
complicated and often confusing process of purchasing a home. Professionals from
several different fields will talk you through the home buying process and responsibilities
of homeownership in a comprehensive program presented in an educational, non-sales
oriented environment. This seminar is offered to help you assess whether home
ownership is your best housing option. You will gain a base of knowledge to become an
informed customer in the housing market.

Second Time Home Buyer
1 Session- 2 hours
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
6:30 – 8:30 (additional time if needed)
Location: Rm.# TBD
$25.00
Instructor: Trish Pierce

This course is designed to help homeowners sell their homes. The course will instruct
you how to get your house ready to sell, what an open house entails, finances and the
forms you will need to sell your home. This seminar helps guide homeowners through
the complicated and often confusing process of selling your home in order to purchase a
new home. Professionals will talk you through the home selling/buying process and the
responsibilities of home ownership in a comprehensive program presented in an
educations, non-sales oriented environment.
Reading Your Financial Statement
1 Session- 2 hours
Monday, October 26, 2009
6:30 – 8:30
Location: Rm. TBD
$50.00
Instructor: John Killeen

What is my annual report telling me? What is my 401K statement telling me? What type
of Mutual Funds do I have? In this age of more and more financial paperwork, we need
to understand the investment materials we receive and are responsible for understanding.
This course will allow a review of common investment material we receive such as
Mutual Fund Statement, 401K Statements, Brokerage Statements, Annual Reports and
Proxy Statements

Introduction to Financial Planning
1 Session- 2 hours
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
6:30 – 8:30
Location: Rm. TBD
$50.00
Instructor: John Killeen

With today’s topsy-turvy financial environment, more than ever we need to be conscious
and knowledgeable about our financial picture. Where do we stand overall? Do we have
too much debt? Will we have enough for retirement? Can we afford college for out
kids? In this class we will review at a high level the pieces of a good financial plan
including Budgeting, tax familiarity, estate planning, retirement planning and risk/
insurance.

Investment 101
1 Session- 2 hours
Monday, November 2, 2009
6:30 – 8:30
Location: Rm. TBD
$50.00
Instructor: John Killeen

In this class, we will begin to investigate and learn the tenants of investment. What risk
tolerance do I have? How much do I have to invest? What is my time horizon? What
things do I know already that can help me be successful as an investor? In this class we
will learn about different types of investment and how to begin.
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