Spice Up Your Life with Learning!
You should be receiving your
CLC Adult Education Fall 2021
brochure in the mail Labor Day Weekend!
Click the brochure cover (to the right) and browse all our new and exciting classes or find one of our tried and true courses. All classes should be up online by Wednesday, September 1 for you to register!
Pamela J. Sperry, CLC Adult Education Director
This course is a must for any adult considering higher education or training. Reading comprehension skills will be reviewed, including generating questions, answering questions, summarizing, participating in discussions, as well as responding both verbally and in writing to what you have read. You will learn to express your ideas in organized paragraphs and essays, with […]
Nia is an energizing barefoot cardio workout that connects you to your body, mind, and soul. Through Nia, you can safely explore and enhance your potential to live a healthy and meaningful life by engaging your senses and listening to your body. Nia combines dance, martial arts, and mindful movement to leave you energized, mentally […]
This class is for people new to Tai Chi/Qigong. Using slow, fluid, rounded movements you will learn to integrate the basic principles of Tai Chi and Qigong into specific movement patterns or “gestures”. We will coordinate our gestures with breathing patterns and imagery to create a type of moving meditation. This gentle movement activity is […]
This course is to help participants learn to develop their own website using WordPress. We will explore the WordPress dashboard, and cover topics such as media management, themes, plugins, settings, and site health. In all sessions, participants are encouraged to have their sites open, follow along, and ask questions. Requirements for this class: A computer […]
Pre-requisite: Any class this instructor or prior recent experience with Tai Chi or Qigong practice. This class is for people who are familiar with Tai Chi/Qigong and would like to review and practice in a group setting. The class will focus less on “teaching” and more on “doing,” assuming participants have a solid foundation in […]