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Practical Situational Awareness & Personal Safety for Everyone (35819)

Presented by:   Tara Carey

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
1 Tu  
4/30/2024 - 4/30/2024 Fee: $25.00

 

Violent encounters take only seconds and are over faster than it takes police to respond. Our personal safety training is a preventative and proactive program that teaches you how to use situational awareness to navigate your surroundings and avoid conflict by exposing criminals and their tactics. We’ve trained everyone from teenagers to corporate security directors of large corporations with our easy to follow, step-by-step programs.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Health: Wellness
 

Practical Situational Awareness & Personal Safety for Everyone (35827)

Presented by:   Tara Carey

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Location: Snoqualmie Hall - 205
1 Tu 20022 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
5/14/2024 - 5/14/2024 Fee: $25.00

 

Violent encounters take only seconds and are over faster than it takes police to respond. Our personal safety training is a preventative and proactive program that teaches you how to use situational awareness to navigate your surroundings and avoid conflict by exposing criminals and their tactics. We’ve trained everyone from teenagers to corporate security directors of large corporations with our easy to follow, step-by-step programs.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Health: Wellness
 

Learn to Play Dungeons & Dragons (35839)

Presented by:   Jeffrey Lageson

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: Snoqualmie Hall - 202
2 M 20022 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
5/6/2024 - 5/13/2024 Fee: $55.00

 

A learn-to-play course that will take time to teach the rules and concepts of the RPG game D&D, with an opportunity to then play an intro adventure. No materials are needed, as character sheets, basic rules, and other gaming needs will be available for use. Please note: DND is releasing some major updates not long after this class. We will be going over the basic rules and discussing the updates as they happen. These will not have an impact on basic game play or your introduction to the game.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Home: Activities
 

Handmade Pierogi (38415)

Presented by:   Michele Sweeney

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
1 Su  
4/21/2024 - 4/21/2024 Fee: $70.00

 

Learn how to make these delicious little pillows of dumpling goodness! In this class you will be making Pierogi dough, potato and cheddar filling and caramelized onions for tossing our cooked Pierogi with. We will make a spring Polish inspired side salad and round our meal out with Polish butter cookies with jam.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Home: Cooking
 

Edmonds College Food Pantry Cookbook: Make and Take (35954)

Presented by:   Martha Acosta-Pieters

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: Snohomish Hall - 338
1 Sa 20000 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
4/27/2024 - 4/27/2024 Fee: $29.00

 

Students will construct physical recipe books to be given to anyone who utilizes the food pantry on campus. Using ingredients that are commonly donated to the Food Pantry, a cookbook has been created that will help users create a meal plan. Be a part of this new project that seeks to provide tools and resources to less fortunate members of our Edmonds College community! All students will receive one copy of the cookbook to take home with them.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Home: Cooking
 

Before You Go: End of Life Planning Workshop (35948)

Presented by:  David Matthews

This class is full. Please click the Add to Waitlist button below.

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
2 Sa  
4/20/2024 - 5/4/2024 Fee: $39.00

“We’re all going to die, and we don’t know when,” says Rev. Bodhi Be, a mentor of the instructor and director of perhaps the only non-profit funeral home. Given that important and poignant truth, there are many things we can do to prepare ourselves and save our loved ones time and stress.In this class, we will explore legal documentation, practical considerations, relational networks, wishes for your memorial and your body’s disposition, and much more. All of this information is valuable to anyone regardless of age or state of health. The class will also provide free or inexpensive tools to help you complete and maintain your end-of-life preparations.

No class on 4/27.

 

Brunch Wines with Tasty Spring Bites (35959)

Presented by:   Reggie Daigneault

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: Brier Hall - 106
1 Su 20004 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
4/21/2024 - 4/21/2024 Fee: $80.00

 

Brunch with us at Edmonds College! This fun food and wine class will introduce you to an array of wines from different parts of the world to pair with brunch foods. In this class, you will learn about the foundations of pairing wine with foods, enjoy tasty bites with wine samples, explore the enhanced flavors from the best pairings, and learn the challenges inherent in some foods and how to deal with those issues. Price includes $25 fee for food and wine.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Home: Wine
 

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.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Special Topics: Miscellaneous
 

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*

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Special Topics: Miscellaneous
 

Communal Residential Ownership: How to Successfully Manage (36980)

Presented by:   Ernie Johnson

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Snoqualmie Hall - 310
3 Sa 20022 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
4/27/2024 - 5/11/2024 Fee: $89.00

 

This course will provide lecture sessions covering every aspect of being on the board of your HOA or condominium. Students will learn about the role of the board and each board member; how to successfully apply the law as stated in their condominium declaration; organize and clearly report condominium finances, including required reserves; and create a clear and definitive condominium organization chart, complete with position descriptions. We will also discuss the role of non-members in contracting with the condominium to support a large variety of operational needs. In addition to the lecture sessions, a written presentation of the material covered will be given to each class member.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Home and Health: Miscellaneous
 

Excel I: Excel in Your World! The Exploration of Spreadsheets (35873)

Presented by:  Mary Simerly

This class is full. Please click the Add to Waitlist button below.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
3 Th  
4/18/2024 - 5/2/2024 Fee: $75.00

Excel is an amazing, powerhouse program that can be used in many parts of our daily lives! In this introductory class, we will learn how Excel is set up, enter and format data, execute basic formulas, and then get into working with some of the powerful functions available in Excel. Required: Access to MS Office Excel for Windows (version 2016 or higher).

 

WIN, WIN, LOSE: Tax Reduction Strategies for IRA Distributions (35905)

Presented by:   Dick Harsin, CPA, CFP®

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Location: Snoqualmie Hall - 203
1 Th 20022 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
5/2/2024 - 5/2/2024 Fee: $39.00

 

Under the 2019 SECURE ACT, the retirement plan distribution rules for beneficiaries have been drastically changed. This workshop will help you understand the various tax reduction strategies available to help you go from forever taxed to never taxed, including charitable planning, Roth conversions, and life insurance. We will also discuss funding strategies from your retirement accounts to provide for family members with special needs.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Business: Financial
 

Excel II: Pivots and Formulas (35886)

Presented by:   Mary Simerly

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
3 Th  
5/9/2024 - 5/23/2024 Fee: $75.00

 

Continue your Excel journey in the second class in the series and enhance your comfort level when working with data. In this class, we will learn how to work with more functions, sort and filter data, apply conditional formatting, and work with PivotTables. Prerequisite: Excel I or working knowledge of topics covered in Excel 1. Must have access to MS Office Excel for Windows (version 2016 or higher).

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Business: Financial
 

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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