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Edmonds College Concert Band

Megan Vinther Item Number: 34319
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Location: Mill Creek Hall 114

Sessions: 11 Tu
1/4/2022 - 3/15/2022 Fee: $99.00

Woodwinds - Brass - Percussion Musicians of all levels welcome! The Edmonds College Concert Band provides large ensemble experience for instrumentalists and gives south Snohomish County a local concert band. Memebers of the community are invited to join as Megan Vinther directs. The band will meet for rehearsals and one performance each quarter. 

Note: Enrollment for this class stays open until February 28th.

When viewing your cart, receipt, or account, class may appear as: Community Education Performance: Concert Band

Please Note: Edmonds College is a vaccinated campus and requires all members of the community attending on-campus classes to complete an online vaccination attestation form. You must complete this form before you attend an in-person class and students must wear a mask to participate in this course. Please be aware that some instruments cannot be played while wearing a mask and will affect vaccine policy exemptions.

 

NEW!

Edmonds College Jazz and Salsa Band

John Sanders Item Number: 34315
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Location: Mill Creek Hall 114

Sessions: 11 M
1/3/2022 - 3/14/2022 Fee: $99.00
Please note: Class will not be held on January 17th or February 21st.

Rehearsal and performance of traditional Jazz Band and authentic Salsa repertoire. This band has enjoyed it's split personality after director John Sanders returned from his four month sabbatical in Puerto Rico in 2014. Since that time, the band has traveled to Havana, Cuba, and San Juan, PR. 

With our new rehearsal time on Monday evenings, we are excited for the opportunity to invite members of the community to join the band. We welcome trumpets, trombones, saxophones, piano, guitar, bass, drumset, and percussion. The band enjoys relationships with many local area professionals who serve as guest artists and clinicians, providing instruction and guidance in big band and salsa styles alike!

Contact john.sanders@edmonds.edu for an informal audition and more information.

When viewing your cart, receipt, or account, class may appear as: Community Education Performance: Jazz and Salsa Band

Please Note: Edmonds College is a vaccinated campus and requires all members of the community attending on-campus classes to complete an online vaccination attestation form. You must complete this form before you attend an in-person class and students must wear a mask to participate in this course. Please be aware that some instruments cannot be played while wearing a mask and will affect vaccine policy exemptions.

 

Fingerprints and Forensics: Understanding the Basics of Crime Scene Investigation

Lynne Dean Item Number: 34321
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Location: ONLINE via Zoom (link emailed two days prior to class)

Sessions: 1 W
2/23/2022 - 2/23/2022 Fee: $39.00

Calling all armchair detectives! Do you enjoy watching mysteries or shows dedicated to crime scene investigation? If so, this class is for you and provides a unique opportunity to ask a Forensics Scientist questions!

Join presenter Lynne Dean, a retired Latent Fingerprint Examiner wit hthe King County Sheriff's Office, as she explores how crime scenes are processed for evidence. Students will learn how a forensics fingerprint laboratory works and discuss photographs from real crime scenes. You'll also participate in hands-on exercises at home to give you a true "feel" for working with evidence and discover how to distinguish fact from fiction when it comes to your favorite CSI-style TV shows. Students participation is encouraged!

Prerequisites: This class is for students 18+, as some of the content and photos is considered graphic. 

Students will need a 4-inch piece of clear plastic - for example, cut from a sheet protector - and a 4 or 5 inch piece of clear/Scotch tape to participate in two hands-on exercises. Students should also have one of the following ready: a cell phone, clear plastic bottle, or ceramic mug. (None of these articules will be addected by the exercise.) 

When viewing your cart, receipt, or account, class may appear as: Community Education Special Topics: Forensics

 

Funding for All: Grants and Scholarships Basics

Taylor-Nicole Item Number: 34330
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: ONLINE via Zoom 

Sessions: 1 Sa
2/26/2022 - 2/26/2022 Fee: $29.00

Community organizations, business professional, artists, students, and individuals are invited to this one-day workshop to learn the basics of writing and applyin for grants and scholarships for your community organization, business, education or personal projects. In this interactive workshop, we'll uncover where to get funding, how to craft a competitive application, budgeting basics, and project planning. No experience necessary.

When viewing your cart, receipt, or account, class may appear as: Community Education Home and Health: Miscellaneous

 

Homeschool Nuts and Bolts

Beth Rosenzweig Item Number: 34316
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Location: ONLINE via Zoom 

Sessions: 3 Tu W Th
2/1/2022 - 2/3/2022 Fee: $140.00

Interested in homeschooling but don't know where to start?

This course will provide you with important informatio nand, potentially, money-saving resources to effectively teach your child in a personalized way: work with their uniqueness and learning style to develop lifelong skills and a love of learning. Also, successful completion of this engaging, affordably-priced class meets the Washington State legal requirements as a "Qualifying Course" for parents who choose to provide home-based instruction for their children. 

For information about class content or requirements, contact the instructor at 206-954-4394. 

When viewing your cart, receipt, or account, class may appear as: Community Education Home: Homeschooling

 

Wine Regions of the Pacific Northwest

Reggie Daigneault Item Number: 34328
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Location: ONLINE via Zoom (link emailed two days prior to class)

Sessions: 1 F
2/18/2022 - 2/18/2022 Fee: $35.00

Join facilitator Reggie Daigneault in this course focused on the wine regions of the beautiful Pacific Northwest! Learn about the viticultural differences of the region and explore the geology, geography, weather, and history that makes our wines unique. This course will discuss the wines that are produced in Washington and Oregon and why they smell, taste, and have the complexity that help them last in your cellar. 

When viewing your cart, receipt, or account, class may appear as: Community Education Home: Wine