SRAG 115 - Backyard Fruits and Berries
Offered BySpokane Community College
Available Seats17 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor James McGinty
Instruction ModeIn Person
Class Dates8/25/2018 - 8/25/2018
DescriptionWho doesn't love fresh sweet home grown berries? Learn how to grow your own berries including variety selection, planting and appropriate maintenance, how to live with certain pests and diseases, and when to harvest (and EAT) the good stuff.
SRBUS 100 - Estate Planning
Available Seats14 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor Art Toreson
Class Dates8/23/2018 - 8/23/2018
DescriptionIt is never too soon to have your estate in order. Invest three hours with attorney Art Toreson exploring vital facts of wills, physician directives, powers of attorney, community property and living trusts.
SRBUS 117 - Medicare: What Do You Need to Know When You Turn 65?
Available Seats15 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor Kathy Dugan
DescriptionAre you confused about Medicare A, B, C or D? Do you know what is covered or not covered by Medicare? This workshop answers these questions and helps you make sure that Medicare works well for you. Information and comparison of Medicare Advantage Plans and Medigaps are covered.
NotesNo parking fee is required.
Available Seats16 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Class Dates8/22/2018 - 8/22/2018
SRBUS 130 - Optimizing Your Social Security
Available Seats13 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor Bonita Bell-Andersen
Class Dates8/30/2018 - 8/30/2018
DescriptionThis is a workshop designed for those looking for answers on how to best receive Social Security benefits, which is one of the least understood benefit programs available to retirees today. Advanced planning is essential, and the decisions made will have a tremendous impact on the total amount of benefits you receive over your lifetime. This is not a financial seminar... this is a financial workshop leaving you with the knowledge and information needed to make informed decisions about Social Security benefits and the coordination of other retirement assets.
Available Seats10 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Class Dates8/28/2018 - 8/28/2018
SRCHE 100 - Yoga: Chair
Available Seats18 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor Brenda Stjohn
Class Dates9/17/2018 - 12/3/2018
DescriptionChair Yoga is an energetic 90 minute class for people of all ages. Through sitting and standing postures, core strength and range of motion are increased, balance is improved, and students become more aware of the way they live in their bodies. Every class includes breathing exercises and relaxation.
SRCHE 101 - Yoga: Gentle
Class Dates9/20/2018 - 12/6/2018
DescriptionGentle Yoga is for anyone interested in practicing yoga. Modifications and alternate asana are offered to accommodate various injuries. We focus on increasing core strength and stability, flexibility, balance, and relaxation skills through basic yoga asana and breathing practices. Bring a yoga mat, two blocks, a strap and a firm blanket.
NotesYoga mat,firm yoga blanket, 6' strap, two blocks required. A bolster, light-weight yoga blanket, and eye pillow are optional.
SRCHE 102 - Yoga
Class Dates9/19/2018 - 12/5/2018
DescriptionIncrease core strength, develop more flexibility, and improve body awareness, balance, and relaxation skills through basic yoga asana and breathing practices. All levels welcome.
NotesClass will not meet Nov 21.
SRCHE 105 - Total Fitness
Available Seats30 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor Kim Glesener-Waters
Class Dates9/18/2018 - 11/29/2018
DescriptionThis intense total body conditioning class incorporates all elements of fitness: cardio, strength, range of motion, balance and flexibility. Light hand weights, a stability ball and a yoga mat are recommended. Frequent changes in format help to prevent fitness plateaus.
NotesClass will not meet Oct. 9, 11, Nov. 6, 8, 22.
SRCHE 106 - Gentle Exercise
DescriptionSpecifically designed for students with some physical limitations, combine cardiorespiratory fitness, strength training, range of motion and balance training to reduce stress, increase range of motion, and improve balance and flexibility. Standing, floor and chair options are available.
NotesClass will not meet Oct 9, 11, Nov 6, 8, 22.
SRCHE 107 - Yoga: Power Yoga and Pilates Core
Available Seats23 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor Heidimarie Zornes
DescriptionGo beyond your perceived limits with this powerful method of athletically inspired yoga and Pilates. Learn to use the mind/body connection to increase awareness, strength, muscle tone, flexibility and fluid range of motion while maintaining calmness through relaxed, rhythmic breathing and movement. Yoga mat required.
SRCHE 109 - Yoga: Core and Strength (Chewelah)
DescriptionIncrease your body awareness, improve muscle strength in your arms, legs, and core, and hone flexibility and balance. Reduce stress, retain range of motion and manage pain in your muscles, bones and joints through proper breathing, a complete stretching workout and a relaxation exercise. For those with previous yoga experience.
NotesMat, 6' strap, two blocks, and firm yoga blanket are required. Bolsters and 8' or 10' straps are recommended but optional.
SRCHE 110 - Yoga: Contemplative
DescriptionThis class is a combination of Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and meditation (both guided ans silent meditation), and Yoga Nidra, with the goal of producing a calming effect on your body and your mind.
NotesAaron Huff Memorial Cultural Center - 214 E Main, Chewelah
SRCHE 116 - Chair Fitness
DescriptionThis class is a great starter class for those with some limitations that may require a chair for support while working on mobility, range of motion, proper posture, mild strength training, and stretching to improve everyday living. Bring a resistance band, a 6- to 10-inch ball, and 1- to 3-lb. hand weights.
SRCHE 118 - Mosaic Sculpture (Chewelah)
Available Seats20 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor Lisa Soranaka
Class Dates11/3/2018 - 11/3/2018
DescriptionMosaic is the art of assembling small pieces of tile, broken glass or other materials into patterns and images. Ancient Romans covered their floors, walls and ceilings with this intricate and interesting art form, and it is used in everything from small artwork to large-scale public art pieces today. Explore the basics of designing and creating an outdoor mosaic for your garden, including discussion of which surfaces work best and what materials to use. Add mosaic to an existing structure or design a structure specifically for your mosaic.
SRCHE 146 - HIIT with Step with Lorinda Baumgardner
Available Seats25 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
Instructor Lorinda Henricks
Class Dates9/28/2018 - 12/6/2018
DescriptionHigh Intensity Interval training using a step platform, dumbbells, and stability ball to increase strength and endurance. Format changes are included to prevent fitness plateaus. Class is not intended for those with serious physical limitations.
NotesClass will not meet Oct. 16, 28, Nov. 11 or 22.
SRCHE 147 - Essentrics®
Class Dates9/27/2018 - 12/6/2018
DescriptionEssentrics® is a dynamic workout that simultaneously lengthens and strengthens every muscle in the body, resulting in greater joint mobility. It is a completely original workout that draws on the long flowing movement of tai chi to which create health and balance. Essentrics® is tailored for women and men of all ages who enjoy working out to music, who are looking to tone their body, increase flexibility and range of motion, and strengthen the spine and core.
NotesClass will not meet Nov. 22.
Class Dates9/25/2018 - 12/4/2018
NotesAaron Huff Memorial Cultural Center, 214 E Main St, Chewelah
Class Dates9/24/2018 - 12/5/2018
NotesMary Walker High School, 500 N 4th St, Springdale
SRCHE 148 - Medicare: What Do You Need to Know When You Turn 65? (Chewelah)
Class Dates10/16/2018 - 10/16/2018
DescriptionAre you confused about Medicare A, B, C or D? Do you know what is covered or not covered by Medicare? This free workshop answers these questions and helps you make sure that Medicare works well for you. Information and comparison of Medicare Advantage Plans and Medigaps are covered.
SRCLF 101 - Introduction to Ukulele: Plus
Instructor Scott Hallett
Class Dates9/19/2018 - 10/10/2018
DescriptionThe ukulele has recently made a huge comeback in popularity and is the easiest of all stringed instruments to learn to play. The emphasis is on fun rather than theory. This class is for absolute beginners, as well as those who have taken the previous introduction to ukulele or ukulele plus classes or already know simple chords. Information about purchasing a ukulele is sent after registration. Ukuleles are not provided in class.
SRCLF 111 - Downsizing: Are You a Prisoner of Your Possessions (Colfax)
Instructor Deanne Wilfong
Class Dates8/21/2018 - 8/21/2018
DescriptionPossession paralysis is real. The sheer volume of possessions we acquire over decades become an obstacle to the pursuit of life-long dreams. We'll kick off the class with a discussion of the real issues within ourselves, the reason we have 30 rolls of paper towels and not enough extra cash. We'll create a plan for letting go of "stuff"; dealing with 10 of the stickiest possession problems and how to decide if an item is trash or a treasure. By the end of the class, we will set all prisoners free from possession and procrastination. If you are not yet convinced to get take this class, think about the mess you are leaving your family to deal with if the downsizing and disposal falls to them! Do you really want to leave this burden to your family?
SRCLF 134 - Introduction to Self-Publishing (Colfax)
Instructor Kathryn Brooks
Class Dates10/4/2018 - 10/4/2018
DescriptionHave you written a book, or are you thinking of writing one but don't know the next step? Learn how to self-publish from Kat Brooks, one of the industry's top authorities. Avoid getting scammed by predatory publishers and maintain control over your finished product. This 2-hour class will cover everything from producing a quality book to becoming a published author.
SRCLF 136 - Don"t Just Downsize and Organize; De-Own! (Colfax)
DescriptionDe-Own Your Stuff! For many, the goal is to declutter, downsize and organize to simplify their lives. But by organizing, we create only a temporary solution for the real problem at hand. We simply have too much stuff and we will have to organize it again and again. By thinning out your possessions, you have a chance to evaluate your life and purchases and even help others when you pass on things you don't use. Instead of decluttering, try de-owning and start on the path toward a major lifestyle change with less future organizing to do. In this 3-hour workshop, we will explore 13 ways to get rid of stuff and live larger with less.
SRCLF 137 - Medicare: What Do You Need to Know When You Turn 65? (Colfax)
DescriptionAre you confused about Medicare A, B, C or D? Do you know what is covered or not covered by Medicare? This free workshop answers these questions and helps you make sure that Medicare works well for you. Information and comparison of Medicare Advantage Plans and Medigaps are covered. Although the class is offered at no-cost, registration is required.
SRCLF 138 - Gluten-free Living: 101 (Colfax)
DescriptionThinking of going gluten-free? Don't know how or where to start? Get the help you need from a veteran. Take the guess work out of how to shop, eat, and travel gluten-free in this informative two-hour course.
SRCLF 139 - Using Flash to Improve Fiction and Non-Fiction Writing Skills (Colfax)
DescriptionHone your writing ¿ fiction, business, and non-fiction ¿ through the use of flash fiction. Learn about filter words and strong verbs, and make every word count under the direction of multi-published, award-winning author K. S. Brooks. Discover flash fiction and its benefits, and leave the class with a short story you can publish and/or enter into contests.
SRCOL 125 - Backyard Fruits and Berries
DescriptionWho doesn¿t love fresh sweet home grown berries? Learn how to grow your own berries including variety selection, planting and appropriate maintenance, how to live with certain pests and diseases, and when to harvest (and EAT) the good stuff.
SRCOM 132 - Weekly Book Club
Instructor Cassie Helm
DescriptionJoin us weekly as we discuss a new book each quarter in a friendly group setting. Students are responsible for providing their own copy for discussion.
NotesValley 206 Apartments, 2400 N Wilbur, Clubhouse
SRHOM 163 - Finding Your Balance, Igniting Your Joy!
Instructor Carla Carnegie
DescriptionFeeling overwhelmed? Stressed out? Life in motion, but little joy? Experience a small group workshop and explore mood management with essential oils, the physiology of stress and tension, and your brain on music. Also explore specific ways to increase well-being including drumming and singing for wellness, progressive muscle relaxation and more.
SRHOM 178 - Gluten-free Living: 101
SRHOM 202 - But Little Angie Made It! Seven Ways to Feel Good About Parting with Sentimental Items
DescriptionOne of the biggest barriers to downsizing many people experience is letting go of sentimental items. Boxes of unsorted photos, baby clothes, artwork? They remind us of a person, an event, a feeling. Often they have no real use or monetary value but we hold on to them. If you struggle with the emotions behind letting go of sentimental items but you want to move past the "clutter", this class 2-hour will give you the tools to move on.
Class Dates9/25/2018 - 9/25/2018
SRINC 101 - iPad: Using It, Loving It Pt. 1 (Inchelium)
Instructor Kim MacArthur
Class Dates10/29/2018 - 11/5/2018
DescriptionLearn basic information and features for the iPad, a touch-screen computer. Bring your fully charged iPad to class.
NotesInchelium Center, 14 Community Center Loop, Room 103
SRINC 102 - Microsoft Windows 10 for Surface or Laptop (Inchelium)
Class Dates10/1/2018 - 10/22/2018
DescriptionNavigate and use your Windows 10 operating system efficiently and confidently. Learn to maximize new features to get around, customize your desktop, and efficiently store and find your files. Make the most of new tools and programs. Learn computer management essentials and make your computer perform more effectively and safely. Text included. Bring your fully charged Windows 10 laptop or Windows Surface tablet to class. Computers or tablets are not provided in class. Computer First Steps required.
SRION 114 - Backyard Fruits and Berries (Ione)
Available Seats9 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
SRNEW 127 - Backyard Fruits and Berries
Available Seats12 as of 7/18/2018 1:24 AM
SRREP 114 - Backyard Fruits and Berries (Republic)