Friday, September 15, 2017

Fall Act 2 Classes are OPEN FOR REGISTRATION!

Introduction to Ukulele: Plus (Cost: $17)
Wednesday Evenings, October 11 – November 1, from 6 to 7:30pm

The 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. Instructor: Scott Hallett

Mosaic Sculpture (Cost: $20)
All Day Saturday, October 21st – 10:30am to 5:30pm

Mosaic 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. Instructor: Lisa Soranaka

The Palouse and World War One (Cost: $35)
Thursday Mornings, October 12 – November 9, from 9:30am to noon

***Unfortunately this course was cancelled due to low enrollment. If you are interested in an ACT 2 class, you are encouraged to register early if planning to attend. Please look for this course again in upcoming semesters.***

The Palouse, played a little known, but important role in the First World War, even before the U.S. entered the conflict in April 1917. Discover how the area prepared, as America geared up to fight The War To End All Wars. Southeast Washington changed overnight, with women entering the workforce, food rationing, Victory Gardens, a universal draft, censorship, and the search for spies and subversives. Especially important, was the need to protect from sabotage the local production of wheat, timber, and minerals - all essential components of the war effort. Using original sources, learn how the Palouse region responded to major social changes as the war raged in Europe. Instructor: Richard Sola

People can register by calling (509) 279-6030 or visiting 
For questions about additional ACT 2 Classes, please call (509) 279-6027

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