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Coffee Shop Cakes (38421)

Presented by:   Michele Sweeney

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
1 Su  
4/28/2024 - 4/28/2024 Fee: $70.00

Registration opens March 13th!

If you love those loaf cake or thick coffee cake slices at your favorite coffee shop this class is for you! Learn how to take one recipe and morph it into a number of delicious pound cake options. In class we will make a moist, tender, lemony pound cake along with a lemon syrup to brush on our fresh baked cake and finish the cake off with a lemon glaze. We will also make a fruit streusel coffee cake. Class includes additional recipes for turning both master recipes into other flavor combinations.

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

Travel the World Volunteering (38404)

Presented by:   Joyce Major

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
3 M  
5/6/2024 - 5/20/2024 Fee: $80.00

Registration opens March 13th!

Ready to help in another country by working with local communities that need your skills or support with existing projects? Want to teach English, work with children, help wildlife, support conservation or share your expertise? Learn how to combine inexpensive travel with life-changing experiences as you travel the world as a volunteer. Volunteer travel is not just for the young!

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

Introduction to Voiceovers (35956)

Presented by:   Voices for All

12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Location: ONLINE - Scheduled Online Meetings
0  
4/1/2024 - 6/14/2024 Fee: $49.00

Registration opens March 13th!

Explore the craft of voiceovers! Discover current trends, opportunities, and tools you need to find success in this growing remote working industry. Read a real script and receive coaching from your instructor, a professional voice actor, to improve your delivery. This is a one-time, 90-minute, one-on-one, video-chat class for students 18 and over. After registering, you will be contacted by Voices for All (VFA) to schedule your class for a day and time of your convenience. Learn more at voicesforall.com/ooo

Date & Time to be arranged between student & VFA.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Performance: Voiceover
 

Mountaineering 101 (35891)

Presented by:   Timothy Lewis

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Location: Snoqualmie Hall - 203
4 Th 20022 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
4/4/2024 - 4/25/2024 Fee: $55.00

Registration opens March 13th!

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.

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

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

Registration opens March 13th!

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

Registration opens March 13th!

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
 

Latin Dance Party Basics (35863)

Presented by:   Clarissa Munoz

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Woodway Hall - 202
4 W 20001 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
5/8/2024 - 6/5/2024 Fee: $99.00

Registration opens March 13th!

This is a beginner-level class to learn the basics of bachata, cumbia, merengue and salsa! Anyone who is interested in learning popular dance moves typical to Latin parties or dance clubs and who would like a fun way to get some exercise is welcome to join! Upon completion of this course, you will have learned the core footwork to four popular genres of Latin dance, learn how to count each genre of music to stay on beat, develop coordination, and feel more comfortable moving your body to the music.

No class 5/22. *Date change due to location availability*

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Performance: Dance
 

Edmonds College Jazz & Salsa Band (35752)

Presented by:   John Sanders

7:00 PM - 9:30 PM Location: Mill Creek Hall - 114
10 M 20000 68th Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
4/1/2024 - 6/10/2024 Fee: $99.00

Registration opens March 13th!

Rehearsal and performance of traditional jazz band and authentic salsa repertoire. We welcome trumpets, trombones, saxophones, piano, guitar, bass, drumset and percussion. The band enjoys relationships with many local professionals who serve as guest artists and clinicians, providing instruction and guidance in big band and salsa styles alike!

Prior to registering, please contact john.sanders@edmonds.edu for an audition and more information.

Jazz Band 

No Class on 5/27.

Your cart/receipt might show the following title for this class: Community Education Performance: Jazz and Salsa Band
 

CSI: Myth vs. Fact (35937)

Presented by:   Lynne Dean

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
1 Sa  
5/11/2024 - 5/11/2024 Fee: $39.00

Registration opens March 13th!

Join presenter Lynne Dean, a forensic scientist and retired latent fingerprint examiner with the King County Sheriff’s Office in Seattle, Wash., as she explores how crime scenes are processed for evidence. You will learn how a forensic fingerprint laboratory works, discuss photographs from real crime scenes, and determine what you see as evidence. You’ll also participate in hands-on exercises at home and discover how to distinguish fact from fiction when it comes to your favorite CSI-style TV shows. Student participation is encouraged! This class is for students 18 and older, as some of the content and photos are considered graphic. In addition, participants will need a roll of clear tape (like Scotch tape) and their choice of one of the following: a clear plastic water bottle, ceramic mug (like a coffee cup), or clear sheet protector. Those items will be part of the hands-on exercises they will do during the Zoom presentation.

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

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

Registration opens March 13th!

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 Voiceovers (42490)

Presented by:  Voices for All

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.

12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Location: - TBA
0  
1/2/2024 - 3/19/2024 Fee: $49.00

Explore the craft of voiceovers! Discover current trends, opportunities and tools you need to find success in this growing remote working industry. Read a real script and receive coaching from your instructor, a professional voice actor, to improve your delivery. One-time, 90 minute, one-on-one, video-chat class! Learn more: www.voicesforall.com/ooo – 18 and over.

After registering, you will be contacted by VFA to schedule your class for a day and time of your convenience.

 

Introduction to the Science of Cultural Astronomy (42107)

Presented by:  William Walters

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.

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
4 M  
2/26/2024 - 3/18/2024 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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