Western Wyoming Community College has announced the release of its Community Education Spring Catalog for 2017.
Community Education classes are non-credit courses that promote lifelong learning. Participants are invited to take classes to develop new hobbies, learn about new topics or try a new fitness routine. Spring classes include novel writing, watercolor painting, children’s ballet, and conversational Spanish. The schedule also includes cultural trips to points of interest throughout the region.
Community Education classes are held in a variety of familiar locations on and off campus. Fun upcoming courses include:
Rocky Road Café: Reading in Wyoming History @ Java Peddler
Join us on a journey through Wyoming history by participating in the Rocky Road Café - a book club devoted to reading and discussing works about Wyoming, both fictional and non-fictional pieces, including memoirs, poetry and monographs. For the Spring 2017 semester, the book club is devoted to narratives of Native Americans of the West. Books will be available for purchase the first day of class.
Instructor: Jorden Pitt
TH: 1/19, 2/16, 3/16, 4/20, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Location: Java Peddler (inside Bike and Trike)
Yoga/Pilates @ Maya Medi Spa
Pilates is the perfect complement to Yoga. In this class, we will put the two together. The course will focus on breath, movement and stability to tone and stretch.
Instructor: Prakai Parson
M: 1/23 to 3/27, 5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. - 10 weeks
Location: Maya Medi Spa
Martial Arts/Self Defense @ Black Butte High School
Pathway to a Healthier, Happier and Safer Lifestyle
Build confidence while developing self-defense skills by enhancing your everyday motion. This course, which incorporates American Kenpo and the Filipino arts of Kali and Escrima, will improve your range of motion, balance and awareness while building self-defense skills. This is NOT a mixed martial arts class; students will concentrate on the principles of motion and self-defense. Lessons will be tailored to the each student’s ability.