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Current Enrollment Last Updated: 12/19/14 9:45 PM


COMMUNITY ED CLASSES
RESTORATIVE YOGA    
***Restorative Yoga is a gentle, meditative form of yoga. With consistent, patient practice, each student will gain strength and flexibility while learning to let go of tensions and stress. This practice has the power to engage you totally, absorb you completely, and integrate you fully in your body, mind, heart and soul (geared toward 50+ but open to any age).
Item  Course Credit Section Room Building Day Time Instructor
  CEC 082 1   C1
  OFF
MW
 
10:00AM - 11:00AM
YORK,C.
         
Current Enrollment:14 | Class Cap:25 | Open Seats: 11 |

Class meets 6/23/14-8/13/14. FEE: $45.80. Held off campus at YWCA Dance Studio. Call 509-527-4331 to register!


PILATES    
***Pilates is a system of controlled exercises with proper breathing that engages the mind and conditions the entire body. The blend of strength and flexibility training improves posture, reduces stress and creates long, lean muscles without bulking up. Pilates takes a balanced approach so that no muscle group is overworked and the body moves as an efficient, holistic system in sport and daily activity (geared toward 50+ but open to any age).
Item  Course Credit Section Room Building Day Time Instructor
  CEC 083 1   C1
  OFF
MW
 
9:00AM - 10:00AM
YORK,C.
         
Current Enrollment:14 | Class Cap:25 | Open Seats: 11 |

Class meets 6/23/14-8/13/14. FEE: $45.80. Class held off-campus at YWCA Dance Studio. Call 509-527-4331 to register!


MASTERING THE GRILL    
***Nothing says summer cooking like good barbeque. In this introductory class, we will discuss the foundation of the four main regional styles of American barbeque. Students will learn the difference between various heat sources, direct and indirect techniques and basic tools and equipment. Students will be making thier own BBQ sauce creation to take home and the chef will demonstrate how to prepare succlulent Kanses City style chicken in time for the 4th of July! Students will also sample the classic North Carolina Pulled Pork.
Item  Course Credit Section Room Building Day Time Instructor
  CEC 085 0.2   M1
0140  D
W
 
5:30PM - 7:30PM
ENTRIKIN,J.
         
Current Enrollment:12 | Class Cap:15 | Open Seats: 3 |

Class meets 6/25/14. FEE: $35. Class will be held in the main building D at the Titus Creek Cafe.


CULINARY 3-DAY BOOT CAMP    
***Have you always wanted to learn what it takes to be a chef? Or, do you have the desire to work in a professional kitchen but a two-year degree is not feasible? This three day in depth weekend will not only give you a start to a foundation, it's also a great way to find out if htis is truly a passion! From basic knife skills to a full wine maker's dinner menu, we cover an overview in each area.
Item  Course Credit Section Room Building Day Time Instructor
  CEC 088 2   A1
0140  D
FSaSu
 
9:00AM - 5:00PM
THIESSEN,D.
       
FSaSu
 
9:00AM - 5:00PM
LEVENTHAL,R.
         
Current Enrollment:5 | Class Cap:10 | Open Seats: 5 |

Class meets 8/8-8/10. FEE: $600. Must be registered by August 1st. Class subject to cancel based on low enrollment. Fee includes: Chef jacket, pants, hat, aprons and side towels. Breakfast and lunch served daily. 8-10 inch chef knife required. Call 527-4331.


CIDER & FOOD PAIRING    
***The Cider Revolution is in full swing throughout the Pacific Northwest! Over the last decade, cider sales have increased over 50%, and now account for 20% of the United States overall Beer sales. Cider is gluten free, refreshing and can be made in a sweet or dry style. Cider is a perfect companion the BBQ meats and our summertime heat! The class will explore a variety of styles in Northwest ciders using cider to make marinades, dressings and sauces, then pairing hard cider with foods straight off the grill!
Item  Course Credit Section Room Building Day Time Instructor
  CEC 091 0.2   M1
0140  D
Th
 
6:30PM - 8:30PM
SCHNORR,G.
         
Current Enrollment:11 | Class Cap:15 | Open Seats: 4 |

Class held 8/21/14. FEE: $35.00. Class held in Main Building D at Titus Creek Cafe. Call 509-527-4331 to register! Class is subject to cancellation based on low enrollment.


FLAVORS OF MEDITERRANEAN    
***Come and explore the myriad of flavors associated with the ancient cuisines from this region. From Greece to Israel, we will discuss and cook typical Mezze dishes found throughout these countries. If you've ever wanted to know how to make hummus, tzatziki, kebabs, falafel, etc... then this is the class for you!
Item  Course Credit Section Room Building Day Time Instructor
  CEC 092 0.2   M1
0140  D
W
 
5:30PM - 7:30PM
ENTRIKIN,J.
         
Current Enrollment:11 | Class Cap:15 | Open Seats: 4 |

Class held 9/3/14. FEE: $35.00. Class is held in Main Building D at Titus Creek Cafe. Call 509-527-4331 to register! Class is subject to cancellation based on low enrollment.


HISTORY OF WW WINE ECON    
***The Walla Walla Wine industry is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Walla Walla Valley American Viticulture Area (AVA). Commercial wine making extends to the late 1970s when Leonetti Cellar was established as the first winery. Today, Walla Walla has gained an international reputation producing high quality wine. This course offers an opportunity to dig into the region's economic history and investigate the growth and development of the Walla Walla wine industry.
Item  Course Credit Section Room Building Day Time Instructor
  CEC 094 0.2   M3
1616  T
Th
 
6:00PM - 8:00PM
VELLUZZI,N.
         
Current Enrollment:8 | Class Cap:20 | Open Seats: 12 |

Chass held 7/24/14. FEE: $35.00. Call 509-527-4331 to register! Class subject to cancellation based on low enrollment.


HISTORY OF WW WINE ECON    
***The Walla Walla Wine industry is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Walla Walla Velley American Viticulture Area (AVA). Commercial wine making extends to the late 1970s when Leonetti Cellar was established as the first winery. Today, Walla Walla has gained an international reputation producing high quality wine. This course offers an opportunity to dig into the region's economic history and investigate the growth and development of the Walla Walla wine industry.
Item  Course Credit Section Room Building Day Time Instructor
  CEC 095 0.2   M3
107  D
Th
 
6:00PM - 8:00PM
VELLUZZI,N.
         
Current Enrollment:5 | Class Cap:20 | Open Seats: 15 |

Class held 8/7/14. FEE: $35.00. Call 509-527-4331 to register! Class subject to cancellation based on low enrollment.



Current Enrollment Last Updated: 12/19/14 9:45 PM
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Communications [C], Diversity [D], Humanities [H], (Performing/Fine Arts) [HP], Natural Science [NS], Quantitative [Q], Physical Education [PE], Social Science [SS]