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Noncredit Continuing Education Fall 2014 & Winter 2015 Courses

NOTE: Room numbers are posted in each building lobby on the day of class.

Learn and Play Canasta ★NEW!★
If you once played canasta and need a rules refresher, or if this is a card game you have wanted to learn, join Joan Whalen for four Friday afternoons. Learn the clear and easy to follow American Canasta Rules. Classes will be hands-on, with instruction and strategies for winning points. Register alone or encourage friends to join you. Treat yourself to an afternoon with this parlor game from the past. $69** (includes $40 in fees*)
Fri 1pm-3pm, Feb 20-Mar 13
   XE-232 6502 #0355 Hickory Ridge

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Polished Daytime Makeup
Women who wear makeup everyday will learn new, flattering application tips in this class. Andi Bradshaw, an experienced cosmetologist, will demonstrate how to best use the makeup you currently employ and recommend additional products (not brands) and techniques that will enhance your look. Learn the basics of good skin care and the colors that work best for you. Please bring makeup and skin care products you use to class. $64** (includes $50 in fees*)
Wed 6:30pm-9:30pm, Jan 21
   XE-582 J1474 #0482 Laurel College Center

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Bridal and Special Occasion Makeup
You may often be invited to a wedding or a special event where you would like to appear a little different from your everyday look. This class will take your makeup to the next level. Bring your own makeup, and you will learn to achieve a soft, more polished natural appearance or a special glam look. Students will learn about skin care and will practice makeup techniques using their own beauty supplies. Andi Bradshaw has over 20 years of experience in the cosmetology field. $64** (includes $50 in fees*)
Sat 9:30am-12:30pm, Nov 8
   XE-583 J1417 #8852 Laurel College Center

Tue 6:30pm-9:30pm, Feb 10
   XE-583 J1475 #0483 Laurel College Center

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Connect With Your Angels
This class will guide you in connecting with your angels to receive messages. There will be a guided meditation and several powerful exercises to assist you in expanding your abilities. Instructor: Gena Wilson, LCSW. $25** (fee based, no waivers)
Tue 7pm-9pm, Dec 2
   XE-664 M1453 #8923 Laurel College Center
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Interpreting Your Dreams
Follow your instructor guide on a voyage of discovery into the world of dream interpretation. Dreams are powerful indicators that provide us with insight about our lives. Learn the five basics to unlocking the meaning of your dreams and find out how to utilize your dream life to receive answers from your higher self. $25** (fee based, no waivers)
Tue 7pm-9pm, Nov 18
   XE-410 M1450 #8919 Laurel College Center

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Special Education Law 101 ★NEW!★
This seminar will present an overview of the rights that children with disabilities enjoy under the IDEA. Topics will include, but are not limited to: the process by which students are identified as being eligible for special education; the special education and related services that eligible children are entitled to receive; the required components of a student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP), as well as the necessary composition of the multi-disciplinary IEP team; the student's heightened rights in the disciplinary context; and the parents available legal remedies if they are dissatisfied with decisions made by the local school system. Instructor Ed Law is a practicing attorney with expertise in assisting families with special needs children. $39** (fee based, no waivers)
Thu 7pm-9pm, Nov 13
   XE-187 6341 #8834 Gateway Campus
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Course Notes
*Fees not eligible for waiver.
**Neither XE courses nor their fees are eligible for waiver.
(S) = Supplies needed. Instructor will  provide list at first class.
(T) =  Textbook recommended or required. Purchase at HCC Bookstore or online before first class.






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