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Soup Stock
Soup stock is easy to make. Learn how to make flavorful soup stock by roasting vegetables and/or soup
bones then learn how to make simple and delicious soups using that stock. Students will make and
sample the stock plus take home recipes for making stock and soup.
 
Class: Tuesday, October 22 nd from 6-8 p.m. Cost: $30 per student

Holiday Chocolate Making
Learn how to make holiday chocolates using molds, dipping pretzels (and more) in chocolate and how to
make chocolate bark.
If you have chocolate molds please bring them to use. I will have some to share for the class. Students
will take home samples of what they make in the class.
 
Class: Tuesday, November 19 th from 6-8 p.m. Cost: $30 per student

Meal Preparation and Planning for Beginners:
First time having to cook for yourself or your family? How do you get all the dishes ready at the same
time? This course will help you learn the basics of meal preparation from what makes a balanced meal
to getting it all done on time to what to do with the leftovers.
 
Class: Tuesday, January 20 th from 6-8 p.m. Cost: $30 per student

Volleyball Coaches School
This course was created to make a difference in coaching knowledge and experience for area volleyball
coaches. Learn how to effectively teach the correct mechanics, how to recognize with something is
wrong, dealing with officials, knowing the rules, how to run drills, and how to make a line up. Much
more will be taught during this course
 
Classes: Tuesdays and Thursdays March 3 rd – April 2 nd , 2020 from 6-8 p.m. Cost: $50 per coach.

ASL (American Sign Language) and Culture-beginner level
Students will be introduced to this unique expressive language and culture within the American Deaf
Community. Some time will also be spent discovering its modified use as an effective communication
method for individuals that are non-verbal. (Ex: following a stroke, autism spectrum disorder, etc.)
 
Classes: Tuesdays October 1 st -November 19 th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Cost for Course: $100 per student. (8
Sessions)

Art Classes
Drawing (12 Sessions)
Drawing: students will learn the basics of accurate drawing and shading. Classes will begin with line, and
students will learn shading later. Students will practice drawing objects from real life, and will learn how
to measure and replicate proportion. Suggested materials: Charcoal pencils, Graphite pencils Blending
stumps (tortillions) sharpeners, and a 9x12 drawing pad.
 
Classes: Wednesdays October 2 nd -December 8 th from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Cost for Course: $240. (12 Sessions)

Painting
Students will practice painting in acrylic. Students will begin with basic shapes, color, and composition.
Students will move from basic painting understanding to painting objects accurately from real life.
Suggested materials:
  • Acrylic paint- large tube of white, large tube of black, phalo green, phalo blue, alizarin crimson, cadmium red light, yellow ochre, burnt umber, sap green, cerulean blue, ultramarine blue, cadmium red medium
  • Paintbrushes-at least three different sizes of rounds and flats
  • Water container
  • Paint palette
  • 9x12 Bristol board
Classes: January start date, times and costs to be announced.

Essential Oils
Introduction to Essential Oils/Family
The empowering aromas of essential oils can be a welcome addition to your daily routine, whether you
need an aromatic pick-me-up or a sweet-smelling way to unwind—or anything in between.  Essential
oils provide many alternatives to harsh chemical products, too.  You don’t have to be an aromatherapist
to use them, but there are some guidelines and safety tips you should know.  This class will discuss what
essential oils are, their history, how they are made, how to spot a fake, and special focus on how to use
them safely with your family and around your pets.
 
Class: Monday October 21 st from 6-8 p.m. Cost per class: $15.

Introduction to Essential Oils/Eliminating Harsh Chemicals
The empowering aromas of essential oils can be a welcome addition to your daily routine, whether you
need an aromatic pick-me-up or a sweet-smelling way to unwind—or anything in between.  Essential
oils provide many alternatives to harsh chemical products, too.  You don’t have to be an aromatherapist
to use them, but there are some guidelines and safety tips you should know.  This class will cover the
basics of what essential oils, with special focus on how to use essential oils to replace harsh chemical
products and as an alternative to candles.
 
Class: Monday November 18 st from 6-8 p.m. Cost per class: $15.

Introduction to Essential Oils/Holiday Make & Take
The empowering aromas of essential oils can be a welcome addition to your daily routine, whether you
need an aromatic pick-me-up or a sweet-smelling way to unwind—or anything in between.  Essential
oils provide many alternatives to harsh chemical products, too.  You don’t have to be an aromatherapist
to use them, but there are some guidelines and safety tips you should know.  This class will discuss what
the basics of essential oils, with some fun and easy DIY projects with essential oils that you can keep or
give as gifts.
 
Class: Wednesday December 16th from 6-8 p.m. Cost per class: $15.

Program Details

Personal Enrichment Contact
Laura Way
 
 
To register please call 330-847-0503 ext. 1600 or stop the Adult Education front desk. 
 
 
528 Educational Highway, Warren, OH 44483
Phone: 330-847-0503 | Fax: 330-847-1177

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