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Introduction to the Science of Cultural Astronomy (35739)

Presented by:   William Seven

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
4 M  
4/29/2024 - 5/20/2024 Fee: $75.00

 

Students will learn how our ancestors observed and utilized the cyclical nature of the sky over millennia and explore the unifying aspects of our human evolution within a tripartite cosmos. The disciplines of astronomy, archaeology, anthropology, and mythology will be explored to examine how humans immersed themselves in the nature of the cosmos. Students will explore their place in the 21st century and the sacredness of the night sky.

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Introduction to the Lightsaber (35925)

Presented by:   Shaye Whitmer

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: Woodway Hall - 202
2 F 20001 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
5/10/2024 - 5/17/2024 Fee: $55.00

 

Here you can learn some of the forms and basic structure of lightsaber combat. Potential outcomes of this course are fitness, some self- defense, and an introduction to a wider, geekier world of Star Wars.

*Date change due to location availability*

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Mountaineering 101 (35891)

Presented by:  Timothy Lewis

Class begins in less than 2 business days or is already in session... Please call 425.640.1243 or email comed@edmonds.edu to register.

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Location: Snoqualmie Hall - 203
4 Th  
4/4/2024 - 4/25/2024 Fee: $55.00

Get all the tools you need to start conquering indoor and outdoor cliffs. Over four class sessions, we’ll cover climbing terminology, types, equipment, techniques, and route classifications. We’ll also discuss the philosophy of climbing and how it can be used to overcome struggles throughout our lives. Required Book: “Mountaineering Freedom of the Hills,” 9th edition, by the Mountaineers.

 

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