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COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE - FALL 2019 CLASS SCHEDULE
COLORADO
    MOUNTAIN COLLEGE
         FA L L 2019 C L AS S SC H E D U L E
               ( C O N T I N U I N G E D U C AT I O N )

 Glenwood Springs

 Registration is Open!   Classes Start Aug. 26
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CMC 
    GLENWOOD SPRINGS
    Continuing Education Schedule

                                                                                  REGISTRATION
                                                                                  Please register as early as possible for the
                                                                                  classes you are interested in. Each class has
                                                                                  both a minimum and maximum number of
                                                                                  students who may enroll. To secure your
                                                                                  spot in classes, it’s best to register early,
                                                                                  and we ask you to register no later than two
                                                                                  business days prior to the start of class to
                                                                                  ensure minimum enrollment is met.

    GETTING STARTED
                                                                                  DROPS & REFUNDS
    Colorado Mountain College offers these
    registration options, depending on your                                       To drop a class, students must fill out a
    admissions status.                                                            Class Add/Drop form and submit it to the
    online coloradomtn.edu/register,                                              front desk. To receive a refund, make sure
    for all students. Current degree-seeking                                      the class is dropped by the listed refund
    students can register at                                                      date in this publication or on the website.
    basecamp.coloradomtn.edu                                                      Students that drop classes after the refund
                                                                                  date will not receive a refund.
    fax (current students only)
    in person                                                                     TEXTBOOK INFORMATION
    mail
    Campus contact information and office                                         Learning Materials Program (LMP) is a
    hours are on the following page.                                              flat rate library-like system that applies
                                                                                  to all required course materials based on
                                                                                  number of credit hours ($28/credit hour).
    CREDIT CLASSES                                                                SeeColoradoMtn.edu/Textbooks for more
                                                                                  info.
    Colorado Mountain College offers transfer-
    level college classes at every location. You
    can browse the complete schedule of these                                     SCHEDULE/HOLIDAYS
    classes at ColoradoMtn.edu/classes.
                                                                                  Labor Day: Sept. 2
                                                                                  Thanksgiving Break: Nov. 27 - Dec. 1

    Colorado Mountain College is dedicated to the principle of providing equal opportunity with regard to all current or prospective students and
    employees in the application, admission and access to the College's programs and activities. The College does not discriminate on the basis
    of age, race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, creed, service in the uniformed services (as defined in state and federal law), veteran
    status, sexual orientation, marital or family status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, gender, gender identity or political ideas. To obtain
    more information regarding non-discrimination policies, contact the College Title IX Coordinator, Department of Student Affairs, or the Vice
                                                      CMC       Aspen Campus                   2
2          CMC.
    President        ASPEN
               of Human         CAMPUS
                          Resources, at Colorado Mountain College, 802 Grand Avenue, Glenwood          Springs, Colorado 81601, 970-945-8691.
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ON THE COVER Ken McCracken preps you to explore the
                                       marvels of the open water underworld in his Open Water Dive
                                       Certification class this fall. See page 20.

CONTENTS
04       ART, DANCE & MUSIC                                    19       GIFT OF EDUCATION
                                                                        FREE LECTURE SERIES
06       ART & DANCE FOR KIDS &
         TEENS                                                 20       OUTDOOR EDUCATION &
                                                                        FIELD COURSES
08 BUSINESS & COMPUTERS
                                                               22       PERSONAL INTEREST
10   CULINARY WORKSHOPS                                                 (Magic: The Gathering, Creative
11 	ENGLISH AS A SECOND                                                Writing, Improv, Tenants’ Rights)
         LANGUAGE                                              24       PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
12       FOREIGN LANGUAGE                                               (Conditioning, Weight Training,
         (French, Sign Language, Spanish)                               Pilates, Aikido, Tai Chi, Power
                                                                        Barre, High Fitness, HIIT)
14       GED CLASSES
                                                               26       REAL ESTATE
15       HEALTH & WELLNESS
         (CPR, Wilderness First Respond-                       26       CLASSES FOR SENIORS
         er, Herbal and DIY Remedies,                                   (Drivers Safety, Medicare)
         Self Help Classes, Life Less Toxic                    27       SPRING VALLEY’S NEW RECRE-
         Series, CNA, PCA, QMAP)                                        ATION & FITNESS CENTER
                                                                        (Get your free passes!)

CAMPUS INFORMATION
Glenwood Springs / 1402 Blake Ave. Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 / 970.945.7486
   Office Hours / Monday-Thursday, 8a-8p* / Friday, 8a-5p
Spring Valley / 3000 Co. Rd. 114 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 / 970.945.7481
    Office Hours / Monday-Friday, 8a-5p
*Evening closing hours vary with the academic calendar and dismissal of the latest evening class.

LOCATION KEY
GW        	CMC Glenwood Springs
SV           CMC Spring Valley
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     Art, Dance & Music
     ART AND JUNK JOURNALING                     N
       Journals can be a creative outlet and a place to document anything from your deepest thoughts
       to your basic unadorned everyday experiences. Exploring a variety of journal styles, art mediums,
       collected ephemera and ways to put your thoughts into words will help you discover and awaken the
       creative you in a fun, accepting atmosphere. Experimenting and dabbling will be the emphasis of
       each class. No previous drawing or writing skills are required.
       ART-9100 GW103 Tu             6:30-8:30p 9/10-10/1       GW        Zabel      Cost: $65* Refund: 9/6
       *An additional $10 materials fee will be collected the first day of class.

     INTRO TO PHOTOGRAPHY
       This class will help students increase their confidence with computers, learn basic camera functions,
       and understand photography basics such as aperture, ISO, shutter speed, and RAW versus JPEG.
       Discover easy methods for image processing, take better pictures by using composition techniques,
       and begin to develop an artistic eye. Students will also learn a bit about printing. This class is for
       beginners and will use Lightroom and Photoshop.
       ART-9130 GW101 Th             6p-8:30p 10/3-10/24        GW        Kocher     Cost: $95    Refund: 10/1

     CONTEMPORARY MOSAIC ART
       Beginning and intermediate students learn and develop mosaic skills using cut glass tiles and other
       materials. Practice cutting and adhesive techniques using design templates. Class includes a grouting
       demonstration, and students receive a supply of grout to complete their piece at home. All materials
       and tools will be provided, although, students may bring their own tools or objects (small items
       approx. 1: sq.) to include in their piece. This class can be messy - wear appropriate clothing. Teacher
       Carol Newman is a nationally recognized mosaic artist who shares her love of color and form through
       teaching. Appropriate for adult and teen-age students.
       ART-9160 GW102 Sa             9a-4p      9/21            GW        Newman     Cost: $68* Refund: 9/19
       *An additional $20 materials fee will be collected the first day of class.

     MOSAICS MANDALA
       Students will create a mandala—a chart or geometric pattern that represents the universe
       metaphysically or symbolically, and can be used as a meditation focal point—using mosaic
       techniques with cut glass tile and other materials and will become familiar with cutting techniques
       and adhesives using design templates. All materials and tools will be provided, although students
       may bring their own tools or objects (small items approx. 1” sq.) to include in their creation. The class
       includes a demo in grouting and students will receive a supply of grout to take home in order to
       complete their artwork.
       ART-9160 GW101 Sa             9a-4p      10/19           GW        Newman     Cost: $68* Refund: 10/17
       *An additional $20 materials fee will be collected the first day of class.

     SEWING
       If you have a project that you want to learn to make or alter, instructor Sally Melia will share her
       enthusiasm and years of sewing experience to help you. Students should provide material and sewing
       supplies; upcycling is encouraged! Bring your own machine for help learning how to use it, or borrow
       a machine from the instructor. This class will not meet on October 31, 2019.
       ART-9140 GW103 Th             6:30-9:30p 9/12-10/10      GW        Melia      Cost: $115   Refund: 9/10
       ART-9140 GW102 Th             6:30-9:30p 10/17-11/21     GW        Melia      Cost: $115   Refund: 10/15

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DANCE
INTERMEDIATE BALLET
 Intermediate ballet is about learning and practicing a traditional art form in a fun and relaxed
 setting with great music and an engaging atmosphere. Students will learn basic and more advanced
 movements, get a great workout, gain strength and flexibility, and develop some musicality in the
 process. No prior dance experience required. A sense of humor and adventure is helpful. Wear yoga
 clothes and socks or leotards and tights, and bring a water bottle. No class the week of 11/25/19.
 DAN-9100 GW101 M            6:50-8:20p 8/26-12/9      GW     Peterson     Cost: $190 Refund: 8/23
BEGINNING SWING DANCE
 Students will learn the basics of Jitterbug swing dancing with a partner, including basic swing step as
 well as turns, spin, dips, and other fun moves. This is a great way to get some exercise, meet people,
 and be able to improvise great dance moves at a party, wedding, or other social dance. Students do
 not need to come with a partner.
 DAN-9100 GW110 F            6:30-8:30p 9/6-9/27       GW     Lewber       Cost: $65       Refund: 9/4
 DAN-9100 GW111 F            6:30-8:30p 10/4-10/25     GW     Lewber       Cost: $65       Refund: 10/2
INTERMEDIATE SWING DANCE
 Students will build on the basics of the Jitterbug swing class. They will learn the Charleston basics
 with a partner and solo. We will branch into Lindy Hop basics by adding in turns, tucks, spins, dips,
 and other fun moves. This is a great way to expand dance knowledge. Students do not need to come
 with a partner.
 DAN-9100 GW112 F            6:30-8:30p 11/1-11/22     GW     Lewber       Cost: $65       Refund: 10/30
INTRODUCTION TO SALSA DANCING
 Can you feel the rhythm? This course provides a fun night out that will teach the basic fundamentals
 of Salsa dancing in a relaxed environment. Students will learn how to move their body and relax
 at the same time with the spicy Salsa rhythm. No partner necessary. Shoes with sliding soles are
 preferred, please no tennis or street shoes with marking soles.
 DAN-9100 GW113 W            6:30-8:30p 10/2-10/23     GW     Hernandez    Cost: $65       Refund: 9/30

MUSIC
                                                     INTRO TO SINGING
                                                      Would you like more confidence when singing
                                                      around friends or at gatherings? This voice-
                                                      transforming workshop will help students to gain
                                                      better control over pitch and tone through hands-
                                                      on, proven techniques developed by instructor
                                                      Jill Cohn through a deep knowledge and
                                                      practical professional experience coupled with
                                                      her passionate desire to help heighten the love
                                                      of singing. Class is open to all; no prior singing
                                                      experience is required.
                                                      MUS-9100 GW101 M              7-9p          9/16-10/14
                                                      GW       Cohn        Cost: $125             Refund: 9/13

                                                      Get coached by a pro. Singer-songwriter
                                                      Jill Cohn helps you transform your singing
                                                      voice.

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     Art & Dance for Kids & Teens
     ART
       In these classes children will have hands-on experiences with drawing, painting, collage and
       sculpture. Projects emphasize using the elements of art to create uniquely individual pieces. Instructor
       Thelma Zabel’s specialty is welcoming children to the joy of creating by starting each art class
       with a children’s book or a famous work of art as a motivation. Over the years she has taught and
       directed programs for children as well as instructing teachers in methods of instruction including art,
       literature, and movement embedded in the curriculum. Students should bring an old shirt or smock
       because creating can be a messy endeavor.

      ART (FOR AGES 3.5 - 5)
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      ART-9190 GW101 Tu   10-11a       8/27-12/10                GW        Zabel      Cost: $130 Refund: 8/23
      ART-9190 GW102 W    10:30-11:30a 8/28-12/11                GW        Zabel      Cost: $130 Refund: 8/26
      ART (FOR AGES 5 - 7)
     ``
      ART-9190 GW103 W    3:30-4:30p 8/28-12/11                  GW        Zabel      Cost: $130 Refund: 8/26
      ART (FOR AGES 8 - 11)
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      ART-9190 GW104 W    2:30-3:30p 8/28-12/11                  GW        Zabel      Cost: $130 Refund: 8/26

     DANCE
     CREATIVE DANCE (FOR AGES 3.5 - 5)
       This class introduces ballet fundamentals and includes creative problem-solving activities, integrating
       expression through imagination and movement. It includes rhythm and music, emphasizing body and
       spatial awareness, and develops confidence in a fun, inclusive learning environment.
       DAN-9110 GW102 Tu                11a- 12p 8/27-12/10      GW        Taufer     Cost: $130 Refund: 8/23
       DAN-9110 GW103 W                 9:30 10:30a 8/28-12/11   GW        Taufer     Cost: $130 Refund: 8/26
     CREATIVE DANCE (FOR AGES 4 - 6)                            N
       Ballet fundamentals are taught while integrating Modern Dance foundations, including creative
       problem-solving, spatial awareness, and whole-child expression. Lots of music and rhythm are part of
       this fun, inclusive learning environment, where children experience the discipline of dance and build
       confidence.
       DAN-9110 GW114 W                 4:45-5:45p 8/28-9/25     GW        Taufer     Cost: $45    Refund: 8/26
       DAN-9110 GW115 W                 4:45-5:45p 10/2-10/30    GW        Taufer     Cost: $45    Refund: 9/30
       DAN-9110 GW116 W                 4:45-5:45p 11/6-12/11    GW        Taufer     Cost: $45    Refund: 11/4
     DANCE (FOR AGES 5 - 7)
       Ballet fundamentals are taught while integrating Modern Dance foundations, including creative
       problem-solving, spatial awareness, and whole-child expression. Lots of music and rhythm are part of
       this fun, inclusive learning environment, where children experience the discipline of dance and build
       confidence.
       DAN-9110 GW104 W                 2:30-3:30p 8/28-12/11    GW        Taufer     Cost: $130 Refund: 8/26

                                      Kids’ Art & Dance classes will not meet the week of 11/25.

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DANCE (FOR AGES 8 - 11)
 Ballet fundamentals are taught while integrating Modern Dance foundations, including creative
 problem-solving, spatial awareness, and whole-child expression. Lots of music and rhythm are part of
 this fun, inclusive learning environment, where children experience the discipline of dance and build
 confidence.
 DAN-9110 GW105 W             3:30-4:30p 8/28-12/11    GW     Taufer       Cost: $130 Refund: 8/26
MODERN DANCE (FOR AGES 10 - 14)
 Modern Dance technique will be taught to create full body awareness and expression. In class
 students will work with elements of space, motion, use of energy and qualities of movement. The
 class incorporates creative problem-solving and principles of dance composition. Students will learn
 a performance piece and time is allowed for guided creative principles to help students create their
 own dance compositions. Students should wear form fitting dance wear, workout wear, or yoga style
 clothing for movement.
 DAN-9110 GW107 Tu            4:15-5:15p 8/27-12/10    GW     Taufer       Cost: $160 Refund: 8/23
BALLET JAZZ DANCE (FOR AGES 10 - 14)
 This class will be a combination of lyrical ballet and jazz dance with time split between the two
 genres. Students will learn technique and skill while gaining self-awareness and developing
 expression through dance. Wear form fitting clothes, preferably a leotard and leggings. Ballet shoes
 as well as jazz shoes are required. Students may contact the instructor, Laura Bahr, at 970-618-7579
 if they have trouble obtaining the necessary shoes, to receive registration approval, or with general
 questions. Laura has been dancing most of her life starting when she was a youth in Glenwood
 Springs, and she has been teaching dance since college.
 DAN-9110 GW106 Th            4-6p       8/29-12/12    GW     Bahr         Cost: $180 Refund: 8/27

TAP DANCE (FOR AGES 10 - 14)              N
 This class will continue to build upon the beginning intermediate tap skills the students already
 possess. The class will focus on improving proper tap technique, and developing rhythm, style, and
 sound. Tap shoes are required.
 DAN-9110 GW108 Tu            5:20-6:20p 8/27-12/10    GW     Deyoe        Cost: $150 Refund: 8/23
BEG/INTERMEDIATE JAZZ DANCE CLASS (FOR AGES 14 - 18)                                   N
 This class will cover the basics of jazz dance in a fun and welcoming environment, and build upon
 skills for the intermediate dancer. Class will focus on fun combinations and across the floor work. This
 eight-week course is great preparation for the high school musical or other arts endeavors.
 DAN-9110 GW109 M             4-5:15p    9/9-10/28     GW     Deyoe        Cost: $100 Refund: 9/6

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         FAST FORWARD
         to your career!
         Up to ten Fast Forward scholarships are available,
         covering tuition, books & fees, for residents of Glenwood
         Springs and Carbondale seeking an associate degree or
         technical certificate at CMC*.

         You can be one of ten awardees starting classes this fall!

              4Alondra Silvas is a Fast Forward Scholarship
               student and sales coordinator at Comfort
               Inn. She is on track to earn a certificate and
               associate degree in Hospitality Management.

         *Excludes transfer degrees.

                                                                      For more information
                                                              contact the CMC Foundation
                                                      970-947-8304 / jgolay@coloradomtn.edu

     Business & Computers
     RETIREMENT INCOME PLANNING
       Approaching or entering retirement? Your mindset
       needs to begin to move from asset accumulation
       to asset distribution. That’s what retirement
       income planning is all about — understanding
       how much annual income you’ll need during your
       retirement years to support the lifestyle that you
       want, and positioning your assets to provide that
       income. This workshop is designed for educational
       purposes only and students will receive dynamic
       instruction regarding financial concepts and
       strategies, not an endorsement of specific
       financial products or services.
       HWE-9100 GW105 W           6-9p         9/25
       GW            Littlejohn
                         Cost: $40             Refund: 9/23
       HWE-9100 GW106 Th          6-9p         11/7
       GW     Littlejohn Cost: $40             Refund: 11/5

                                                                 Instructor Brian Littlejohn is a fiduciary
                                                                 financial advisor and educator.

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 CERTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY CLASSES
 These accelerated hybrid classes combine scheduled meetings with online learning activities. Classes
 will meet at the Glenwood Center or may be attended via WebEx. WebEx is a web conferencing
 application where students access the class from a home computer; students will need to provide
 their own microphone and headphones to interact with the teacher and other students during the
 class.
 Required text is PROVIDED by CMC’s Learning Materials Program (LMP), a flat rate library-like
 system that applies to all required course materials based on number of credit hours ($28 per credit
 hour). For questions related to LMP see Basecamp or contact your Campus.

COMPUTER TECHNICIAN I: A+ & (4 CR)
 Prerequisites: Requires college-level composition and reading.
 20207                 W      6-9p        8/28-10/9     GW    Bowen       In-District: $320    Refund: 9/3
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN II: A+ & (4 CR)
 Prerequisites: CNG-121
 20211                 W      6-9p        10/16-12/11   GW    Bowen       In-District: $320    Refund: 10/24
NETWORKING I: NETWORK+
 Prerequisites: Requires college-level composition and reading.
 20232                 T      6-8:50p     8/27-10/8     GW    Arnette     In-District: $240 Refund: 9/3
NETWORKING II: NETWORK+
 Prerequisites: CNG-124
 20235                 T      6p-8:50a    10/15-12/10   GW    Arnette     In-District: $240 Refund: 10/23
MANAGING CLOUD TECHNOLOGIES
 20371      M   6-8:50p 8/26-12/9                       GW    Hanrahan    In-District: $240 Refund: 9/10

NONCREDIT COMPUTER CLASSES
BEGINNING EXCEL
 Introduces the basics of worksheet operations using Microsoft Excel 2016. Topics include data entry,
 formatting, formulas, functions, printing, and file management. Intended for beginners who have no
 experience with Excel, but do have basic computer skills.
 CIS-9100 GW101        Th    8:30a- 12:30p 9/19         GW    Watson       Cost: $38     Refund: 9/17
EXCEL FUNDAMENTALS I
 Introduces the basics of worksheet operations using Microsoft Excel 2016. Topics include data entry,
 formatting, formulas, functions, printing, and file management. Intended for those who have some
 exposure to Excel, but want to gain further experience and understanding of basic functions. Students
 must have some familiarity with the Windows operating system.
 CIS-9100 GW102 Th           8:30a-3:30p 9/26           GW    Watson       Cost: $65     Refund: 9/24
EXCEL FUNDAMENTALS II
 Focuses on intermediate features of Microsoft Excel 2016. Topics covered include chart creation,
 advanced database features, filters, queries, sorting, and advanced printing features. Prerequisite:
 Excel Fundamentals I or instructor approval.
 CIS-9100 GW103 Th           8:30a-3:30p 10/3           GW    Watson       Cost: $65     Refund: 10/1
INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD
 Become familiar with the many features available with Microsoft Word, and learn to use templates,
 create letters, and incorporate fun features like pictures, Word Art, Smart Art, and tables. Students
 may create a flyer and a brochure.
 CIS-9100 GW104 Th             9a-12p     10/10         GW    Watson       Cost: $30     Refund: 10/8

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      Culinary Workshops

        Learn to prepare plant-based whole foods that anyone will enjoy eating! We will meet in the kitchen
        and have fun creating colorful food to eat and take home. No previous cooking (or combining)
        experience necessary. Everyone has fun! You will learn six new recipes to take home to add to your
        collection. Please wear comfy shoes and bring six 8-12 oz. “to go” containers to take food home (and a
        bag). Class size limit: 9. Instructor: Ardis Hoffman, Heart Healthy Meals.

       GLUTEN FREE BAKING - ZUCCHINI BREAD
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        You’ll make brownies, chocolate chip cookies, banana muffins and zucchini bread.
        CUA-9110 GW101 Th             6-9p      9/12            GW        Hoffman    Cost: $40* Refund: 9/10
        *There will be an additional $20 fee for food costs to be collected at the beginning of class.

       BEGINNER’S CLASS - BERRY CRISP
      ``                                                     N
        You’ll make hummus/wraps, veggie stir fry, black bean burgers and berry crisp.
        CUA-9110 GW102 Sa             9a- 12p   9/21            GW        Hoffman    Cost: $40* Refund: 9/19
        *There will be an additional $20 fee for food costs to be collected at the beginning of class.

       FALL HARVEST - PUMPKIN BREAD
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        You’ll make squash lasagna, butternut squash soup, harvest chowder, and gluten-free pumpkin bread.
        CUA-9110 GW103 Th             6-9p      10/3            GW        Hoffman    Cost: $40* Refund: 10/1
        *There will be an additional $20 fee for food costs to be collected at the beginning of class.

       ASIAN CUISINE
      ``                          N
        You’ll make stir fried green beans/garlic, Buddha Bowl, Thai curried vegetables, and Asian rice salad.
        CUA-9110 GW104 Sa             9a- 12p   10/19           GW        Hoffman    Cost: $40* Refund: 10/17
        *There will be an additional $20 fee for food costs to be collected at the beginning of class.

       POTLUCKS AND PARTIES - SALADS - BROWNIES
      ``                                                                             N
        You’ll make hummus, artichoke tapenade, Mediterranean pasta salad and brownies.
        CUA-9110 GW105 Th             6-9p      11/7            GW        Hoffman    Cost: $40* Refund: 11/5
        *There will be an additional $20 fee for food costs to be collected at the beginning of class.

       INDIAN CUISINE
      ``                              N
        You’ll make Dal Tadka, curried sweet potatoes, Chana Masala and hummus.
        CUA-9110 GW106 Sa             9a- 12p   11/16           GW        Hoffman    Cost: $40* Refund: 11/14
        *There will be an additional $20 fee for food costs to be collected at the beginning of class.

       HOME FOR HOLIDAYS - FESTIVE KALE SALAD
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        You’ll make white bean chili, lentil loaf, sweet potato mashers and festive kale salad.
        CUA-9110 GW107 Th             6-9p      12/5            GW        Hoffman    Cost: $40* Refund: 12/3
        *There will be an additional $20 fee for food costs to be collected at the beginning of class.

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ENGLISH
   C OUR S AS
           E CO DAE SECOND
                       DAY LANGUAGE
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Improve your English in basic to
advanced classes. Students will be
evaluated on registration day to
determine the appropriate class level.
Mejore su inglés con clases de nivel
básico hasta avanzado. Todos los
estudiantes serán evaluados el día de
inscripción para averiguar su nivel
apropiado.
You must attend the registration
date to enroll.
Uno tiene que asistir el día de la
inscripción para poder matricularse.

Location/                             Class Time/                Mandatory Registration      Class Dates/
Lugar                                   Horario                          Date/                  Fechas
                                                                 La fecha de inscripción
                                                                       obligatoria
                           • MW, 10a-12:20p                        8/26, 8/28 or 9/4         9/9-10/16
Aspen
                           • MW, 10a-12:20p                               10/21              10/28-12/11
                           • TTh, 6:30-8:50p                          8/27 or 9/3            9/10-10/17
                           • TTh, 6:30-8:50p                              10/22              10/29-12/12
                           • MW, 6:30-8:50p                        8/26, 8/28 or 9/4         9/9-10/16
Basalt (at Basalt
Middle School)*            • MW, 6:30-8:50p                               10/21              10/28-12/11
                          HSE/GED (High School Equivalency):
                           • MW, 6:30-8:50p                                9/4               9/9-12/11
 *In Basalt, parents can bring their children ages 3-12 years old. En Basalt, los padres pueden traer a sus
 niños de 3-12 años de edad.

Carbondale (at Roaring     • TTh, 6:30-8:50p                          8/29 or 9/5            9/10-10/17
Fork High School)          • TTh, 6:30-8:50p                              10/24              10/29-12/12

                           • TTh, 9-11:20a                         8/27, 8/29 or 9/3         9/10-10/17
Carbondale
(at Lappala Center)        • TTh, 9-11:20a                                10/22              10/29-12/12
                           • T, 6:30-8:50p                                 9/5               9/10-12/12
                           • TTh, 9-11:20a                                8/27               9/3-10/10
Glenwood
                           • TTh, 9-11:20a                                10/15              10/22-12/5
                           • MW, 6:30-8:50p                               8/26               9/4-10/14
                           • MW, 6:30-8:50p                               10/16              10/21-12/4
                          Intercambio - $23
                           • T, 6:30-8:50p                                  -                9/17-12/10

The levels we offer include Pre-Literacy, Level 1 (Low Beginner), Level 2 (High Beginner), Level 3 (Low
Intermediate), Level 4 (High Intermediate) and Level 5 (Advanced). Not all levels are offered at all
locations.
Classes range from $40 to $80. Limited scholarships may be available to those who most need them.
Students can attend classes only after paying the fee for the semester or receiving scholarship funds.
Las clases cuestan entre $40 a $80. Habrá becas limitadas para los que más las necesiten. Los
estudiantes podrán asistir a las clases sólo después de haber pagado el costo por el semestre o de
haber recibido una beca. Llama al 1-800-922-1205 para mas informacion.

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      Foreign Language
      FRENCH
      FRENCH LIVE!              N
        The best way to learn a language is to live experiences with others through the language! That’s
        what this French course aims to do. Forget about book exercises, grammar, and memorizing
        vocabulary lists. In this class students will bring French alive with creative storytelling and games in
        the classroom and fun activities outside the classroom like hiking and picnicking. This is a beginner
        course in French designed to give participants a base of vocabulary and expressions in French,
        serving as a starting point for getting around a Francophone country and making connections with
        native French speakers.
        ETH-9100 GW101 Th             6-8p      9/5-9/26       GW      Lamb         Cost: $65   Refund: 9/3

      SIGN LANGUAGE
      INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                                      N
        Beginners will learn to spell words, sign in small sentences, and have short conversations with other
        signers. Introduces the fundamentals, key concepts, parameters, how to use classifiers and the
        meaning of the ASL language along with the history and the culture of the deaf community as they
        relate to the language and its origins. This is a very interactive class where you will participate and
        have a lot of interaction using what you have learned to help you retain the material. Instructor Rae
        Henson was born deaf and has been a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing and also an American
        Sign Language Instructor for over 10 years.
        ETH-9100 GW102 M              6-8p      9/9-10/14      GW      Henson       Cost: $90   Refund: 9/5

                          Is your contact information up to date?
                          Please make sure the front desk has your current phone number and email
                          address. We rely upon these sources to relay to you important information
                          about class changes, cancellations, supply lists, and more.

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SPANISH
 For all Spanish language classes noting a required text (&):
 The required text is PROVIDED by CMC’s Learning Materials Program (LMP). This is a flat rate
 library-like system that applies to all required course materials based on number of credit hours ($28
 per credit hour). For questions related to LMP see Basecamp or contact your Campus.

CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH I & (3 CR)
 This introductory course is designed for students with no prior Spanish language experience. Topics
 include basic introductions, greetings and farewells, schedules, telling time, days of the week and
 common activities including work, sports and leisure, places in the community, description of the
 family and using the present tense. Students who do not need this class for a degree or credit are
 encouraged to audit the course.
 19822                    Th      6-8:50p       8/29-12/12    GW     Smith          In-District: $240 Refund: 9/13
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH II & (3 CR)
 Prerequisites: SPA-101
 This course continues the development of language skills studied in Spanish 1. Students are engaged
 actively with each other as they discuss topics like travel, weather, shopping, food, ordering in a
 restaurant and daily life activities. Grammar topics include a review of present tense, talking about
 likes with the verb gustar, and the past tense. Students who do not need this class for a degree or
 credit are encouraged to audit the course.
 19824                    M       6-8:50p       8/26-12/9     GW     Moore          In-District: $240 Refund: 9/10
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH III & (3 CR)
 Prerequisites: SPA-102
 This course briefly reviews the topics of Spanish 1 and 2 and covers holiday traditions, relationships,
 health and visits to the doctor, using technology and cars, and home life and chores. Grammar focus
 is on speaking about the past, giving directions, and using the present subjunctive to influence or
 make suggestions. Students who do not need this class for a degree or credit are encouraged to audit
 the course.
 19843                    T       6-8:50p       8/27-12/10    GW     Smith          In-District: $240 Refund: 9/11
INTERCAMBIO SPANISH-ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXCHANGE (2 CR)
 A facilitated language and cultural exchange between learners of Spanish and learners of English.
 Intercambio students who are not seeking a degree are advised to audit the course when they
 register.
                            T      6:30-8:50p 9/17-12/10             GW Satz/Kauffman In-District: $160 Refund: 9/30
 Beginning level: register for 19829, Intermediate level: register for 19832, Advanced level: register for 19961
SPANISH LANGUAGE I & (5 CR)
 Go to: ColoradoMtn.edu/online-learning and select “Interactive Video System (IVS)” for information
 on this course.
 19929                    W       3-5:50p       8/28-12/11    SV     Koch           In-District: $400 Refund: 9/12
SPANISH LANGUAGE II & (5 CR)
 Prerequisites: SPA-111
 Go to: ColoradoMtn.edu/online-learning for information on how to begin this Online Learning course.
 19125         Online learning course           8/26-12/13    W      Smith          In-District: $400 Refund: 9/11
SPANISH LANGUAGE III & (3 CR)
 Prerequisites: SPA-112
 Go to: ColoradoMtn.edu/online-learning for information on how to begin these courses.
 19952         IVS Course          T, 3-5:50p   8/27-12/10    SV     Koch           In-District: $240 Refund: 9/11
 19913         Online learning course           8/26-12/13    W      Smith          In-District: $240 Refund: 9/11

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     DO YOU WANT TO...
           C O U R S E CO D E   DAY   TIME        DAT E S        LOC   FACULTY       CO S T      R E FUN D

      IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH SKILLS?
                     EARN YOUR GED OR A HIGH SCHOOL
                     EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA?
                                       HELP YOUR CHILDREN IN SCHOOL?
      BECOME MORE INVOLVED IN
      YOUR COMMUNITY?            BRUSH UP ON BASIC ACADEMIC SKILLS?

        ADULT BASIC EDUCATION AND
        GED/HSE LEARNING LAB CLASSES:
          Please come to the first day of class to register or call 947-8484 for more information.
          Cost is $45 for seven weeks.

            } Mondays & Wednesdays                               } Tuesdays & Thursdays
                 9 a.m. - noon                                     6-8:50 p.m.
                 Register on Aug. 28                               Register on Aug. 29
                          or Oct. 23 at 9 a.m.                             or Oct. 24 at 6 p.m.
                 Class sessions begin Sept. 4 & 		                 Class sessions begin Sept. 3 &
                                  Oct. 23                                           Oct. 24

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Health & Wellness
  For courses indicating a text (&), the required text is PROVIDED by CMC’s Learning Materials
  Program (LMP). This is a flat rate library-like system that applies to all required course materials
  based on number of credit hours ($28 per credit hour). For questions related to LMP see Basecamp or
  contact your Campus.

COMMUNITY FIRST AID & CPR & (.5 CR)
  Prepares the student for certification in CPR and basic first aid. Skills will include basic life support,
  airway obstruction, control of bleeding, shock, and patient care for the unconscious. Required text is
  provided by CMC’s Learning Materials Program (LMP). Please see the important textbook note above.
  19597                 F     8a-5:30p    9/20           GW     Kroesen      In-District: $40    Refund: 9/18
CPR FOR PROFESSIONALS & (.5 CR)
  Meets the requirements for American Red Cross Professional Rescuer CPR or American Heart
  Association Basic Life Support for those who work in emergency services, health care, and other
  professional areas. Material presented in the course is basic patient assessment, basic airway
  management, rescue breathing, and CPR for infant, child, and adult patients. Required text is
  provided by CMC’s Learning Materials Program (LMP). Please see the important textbook note above.
  20679                 Sa    8a-5p       9/14           GW     Kroesen      In-District: $40     Refund: 9/12
WILDERNESS FIRST RESPONDER & (4 CR)
  Upon successful completion of this course, students will be awarded Professional Rescuer (CPR) and
  Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certifications from Desert Mountain Medicine. 30 hours of this
  course will be completed online prior to the course start. Online component will open on Canvas on
  9/10/19. In-person, evening meetings are Tuesday an Thursday nights. Field days are Oct. 19, 20 and
  26. Minimum age 18. Course charge is nonrefundable. Required text is provided by CMC’s Learning
  Materials Program (LMP). Please see the important textbook note above.
  19944                 TTh 6-9:20p       10/10-10/31 SV Aberger             In-District: $320 (Refund: 9/17)
                        SaSu 9a-5p        10/19-10/20			                     +$306.56 charge (nonrefundable)
                        Sa   9a-5p        10/26

Read with Us!            There are fewer and fewer people alive today who can recall the first-
hand atrocities of the Holocaust. Dr. Edith Eger, a 91-year-old Auschwitz survivor, is one of
them. She has penned “The Choice,” a memoir examining her trauma - as well as the personal
traumas of our times - giving us all a hopeful message of triumph.
                                          CMC has selected this New York Times bestseller and
                                          Oprah Soul Live feature as its Common Reader this fall.
                                          The Roaring Fork Valley communities are invited to read
                                          along with CMC and meet the author. Copies of the
                                          book are available on loan from the Garfield County and
                                          CMC Libraries. A limited number of free copies will be
                                          available at the Glenwood
                                          Center Front Desk on a
                                          first-come, first-served
                                          basis beginning Aug. 26.
                                          Dr. Eger will be visiting
                                          campus on Oct. 9. For
                                          more details concerning
                                          her visit, please contact
                                          Jane Szucs at 970-947-
                                          8259.

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                                                                                                     Herbalists John
                                                                                                     Lee and Chrissy
                                                                                                     Lee-Manes offer
                                                                                                     how-to classes
                                                                                                     in skin care and
                                                                                                     natural remedies.

      DIY SKIN CARE
        In this hands-on and interactive class, students will learn how to create lotions, creams, and balms.
        Class will cover the chemistry of oils, lipids, emulsifiers and preservatives and students will also learn
        the difference between waxes and butters, carrier oils and essential oils. Whether you’re a DIY newbie
        or have already dipped a toe into making your own body products, this class is for everyone. Once
        you start, you’ll never go back to store-bought lotions! Prepare to get a little messy and plan on taking
        home some samples along with some recipes and tips.
        HWE-9110 GW106 Sa             9a- 12p    9/7             GW        Lee/Lee-Manes Cost: $50* Refund: 9/5
        *An additional $20 materials fee will be collected at the first class.

      MAKE YOUR OWN HERBAL MEDICINES
        Learn to create effective and safe medicines at home, and see how simple it is to create your own
        medicine chest! This class will cover teas, decoctions, vinegars, syrups and tinctures. Students will
        get a primer on the theory and practice of botanical extractions and different techniques including
        maceration and percolation. Each student will not only go home with the knowledge needed to make
        products, but also with some samples of the creations made in class.
        HWE-9110 GW107 Sa             9a-1p      9/28            GW        Lee/Lee-Manes Cost: $65* Refund: 9/26
        *An additional $20 materials fee will be collected at the first class.

      HIGHER SELF-CARE FOR SUPERWOMEN
        Embrace authenticity and discover a higher self while expanding and deepening the peace and
        potential that’s within you. You will uncover unconscious but controlling negative thoughts, identify
        and process old emotions, and take steps to achieve life balance. Explore each segment on a personal
        level and leave with tools to improve quality of life. The course includes special segments on life
        balance, foods that fuel, intuitive eating and the marvels of bio energetic testing plus a private
        session with the instructor, international lifestyle - wellness coach Donna Lee Humble.
        HWE-9110 GW102 Th             6-9p       9/12            GW        Humble        Cost: $25     Refund: 9/10
        HWE-9110 GW103 Tu             6-9p       11/12           GW        Humble        Cost: $25     Refund: 11/8
      SOLID OUTCOMES: CREATE YOUR NEXT DECADE IN ADVANCE
        Here’s an opportunity for you to take due time to reflect about where your life is, evaluate it and then
        determine which areas need improvement and take action. Going through this guided process will
        allow you to elevate your level of consciousness so you can experience a Peak State and from there,
        CREATE what will come next. If you are looking to modify, change, improve or raise your standards in
        any area of your life this is a workshop you won’t want to miss.
        HWE-9110 GW109 W              5:30-9p    11/13           GW        Palasz        Cost: $45     Refund: 11/11
      UNCOVER TO DISCOVER
        When was the last time you took a moment for yourself to reflect on the direction of your life? Learn
        what unconscious forces are controlling your decisions and behaviors. You’ll love this workshop if
        you’re looking for a safe, personalized space that specializes in facilitating human development
        and creating life progress. Elevate your level of consciousness so you can see things from a new
        perspective and gain clarity that will help you grow and create progress. Doing so will give you the
        necessary awareness to modify or change a pattern, behavior and the ability to improve.
        HWE-9110 GW108 W              5:30-8:30p 11/6            GW        Palasz        Cost: $40     Refund: 11/4
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YOGA WITH OUR BABIES                     N
 Parents and babies both develop their physical and emotional health and well-being through yoga
 practices that strengthen, stretch, and relax the body and mind. The class is taught by Erin Dowd,
 a Registered Yoga Teacher with over 1,000 hours in her 12 years of teaching experience. A school
 teacher who loves sharing the learning process with all ages and abilities, Erin began a lifetime of
 yoga practice with her grandmother when she was a baby and continues now with a baby of her own.
 Class is open to parents with babies 0-24 months old.
 HWE-9110 GW104 Tu               10:10- 11:10a 10/8-11/12    GW     Dowd          Cost: $90   Refund: 10/4
A LIFE LESS TOXIC SERIES                  N
 Learn how different toxins affect the body at a cellular level to disrupt hormone signaling, nerve
 communication, liver function, immune function, increase fat storage, and even increase your
 chances of developing cancer. Prioritize your efforts
 to avoid toxins using credible resources so you can
 make informed choices. Class covers both synthetic
 chemicals and natural substances that are toxic
 for the body. Take all four classes in the series at a
 discounted rate of $70 by registering for the course
 below. Or, you may register for individual workshops.
 HWE-9110 GW110 Th                6-8p        10/3-10/24
 GW          Bowen       Cost: $70		          Refund: 10/1
 TOXINS: SKIN DEEP
``
 Learn about common toxins found in body care
 products, laundry products, and textiles. Understand
 how toxins pass through our skin, how each toxin
 disrupts cellular function, and ways we can minimize
 exposure.
 HWE-9110 GW111 Th                6-8p        10/3
 GW          Bowen       Cost: $20            Refund: 10/1
 TOXINS: FOOD - WATER
``                                                                 Instructor Casey Bowen, Naturopathic
 Learn how common toxins in potable water, foods,                  Doctor, loves helping people tap into their
 beverages and kitchenware are absorbed and disrupt                healing potential.
 cellular function.
 HWE-9110 GW112 Th               6-8p         10/10          GW     Bowen         Cost: $20   Refund: 10/8
 TOXINS: AIRBORNE
``
 Learn about common synthetic and natural airborne toxins. Understand how these substances affect
 or pass through lung tissues, how each toxin disrupts cellular function once absorbed, and ways we
 can minimize exposure.
 HWE-9110 gw113          Th      6-8p         10/17          GW     Bowen         Cost: $20   Refund: 10/15
 TOXINS: HOME
``
 Learn about common toxins in cleaning products, furniture materials, mattresses, paint, and other
 synthetic building materials. Understand how each toxin disrupts cellular function and ways we can
 minimize exposure.
 HWE-9110 GW114 Th               6-8p         10/24          GW     Bowen         Cost: $20   Refund: 10/22

                    Is your contact information up to date?
                    Please make sure the front desk has your current phone number and email
                    address. We rely upon these sources to relay to you important information
                    about class changes, cancellations, supply lists, and more.

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      NURSING ASSISTANT, PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT, QMAP CLASSES
      NURSE AIDE HEALTH CARE SKILLS & (4 CR)
        Co-requisites: Clinical experience.
        Prepares the student to perform the fundamental skills of the nurse aide. Basic nursing skills,
        communication skills, restorative services, personal care skills, safety, and emergency care issues
        are covered. Includes knowledge and/or principles of asepsis, OSHA and HIPAA regulations. Ethical
        behaviors, cultural sensitivity, and principles of mental health will be addressed, as well as patient/
        resident rights.
        19819                   MTWTh    12:30-3:35p   9/9-10/24     GW       Beckwith   In-District: $320+$100 Refund: 9/16
      NURSE AIDE CLINICAL EXPERIENCE & (1 CR)
        Co-requisites: Nurse Aide Health Care Skills
        Applies knowledge and skill gained in NUA-101 to patient care.
        19821                   MTWTh    12:30-3:35p   10/28-11/21   GW       Beckwith   In-District: $80          Refund: 10/31
        For courses indicating a text (&), the required text is PROVIDED by CMC’s Learning Materials
        Program (LMP). This is a flat rate library-like system that applies to all required course materials
        based on number of credit hours ($28 per credit hour). For questions related to LMP see Basecamp or
        contact your Campus.

      PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT
        This hands-on training gives students skills to become a home care worker, paid care provider, or
        volunteer by preparing them to assist in activities for daily living with the chronically ill, disabled, or
        frail older adults. Course textbooks in Spanish or English will be provided, but students must purchase
        the course workbook, Quick Tips for Caregivers Workbook by Marion Karpinski, RN. Stethoscopes
        and blood pressure cuffs will be provided. Minimum age to enroll is 16; a GED or high school diploma
        is not required for this course. English Language Learners are welcome.
        HWE-9110 GW101 Sa                   9a-1p      9/7-11/9      GW       Roush         Cost: $150 Refund: 9/5
      QMAP INSTRUCTION
        Successful completion of this class certifies students to be employed as Qualified Medication
        Administration Personnel (QMAP) and administer medications in a variety of settings in Colorado,
        including assisted living facilities, residential care, day care programs, host homes, and respite and
        group homes. Employers
        will need to provide training
        specific for their facility. The
        first day is an eight-hour
        mandatory class, while the
        second day is testing only and
        takes roughly two hours. A fee
        of $14 will be collected from
        students passing this class
        to register with the state.
        Students must be 18 and older
        and a US citizen as verified
        at the start of class. The class
        is in English and high school
        math knowledge is required.
        After registering please
        contact the instructor, Nancy
        Beckwith, R.N., at nwith55@
        gmail.com to obtain an online
        study guide for review prior
                                             Nancy Beckwith, R.N., teaches CNA and QMAP classes, preparing
        to the start of class. Nancy
                                             you for entry-level positions in the health care field.
        may also be contacted for any
        questions before registering
        for the class.

        HWE-9110 GW105 F, Sa                9a-4p      11/8 & 11/9   GW       Beckwith      Cost: $85       Refund: 11/6

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  CMC’s Glenwood Center
                         DAY
                               Gift of Education Free Lecture Series
                                TIME     DAT E S       LOC    FACULTY     CO S T    R E FUN D
                                                                                      FALL EVENTS

  These events are free and open to the public. Please join us! If you plan to attend, please
  let us know you’re coming - email adeter@coloradomtn.edu.

                                                   CLIMBING EL CAP
                                                   with Selah Schneiter
                                                   This ten year old needs no introduction. Last
                                                   June, she became the youngest person on
                                                   record to have climbed Yosemite’s 3000-foot

SEPT 27                                            El Capitan. Join us for a chat with Selah and
                                                   her dad, CMC Outdoor Ed instructor Mike
6:30-8PM                                           Schneiter, who accompanied her on the
                                                   journey. Find out how she summoned up the
                                                   courage to complete this epic five-day climb.

                               CBD 101
   with Bryan Ward & John Lee
       Bryan is the founder of a local
 business selling CBD and John is an
    herbalist and chemist. Join these
 experts as they explore the science
behind the hemp plant and how CBD
  could be beneficial for your health.

                                                                        OCT 24 6:30-8PM
                                           NEUROPLASTICITY
                                           with Lauryn Maroney-Gepfert
                                           Are you aware the brain is not hard wired once
                                           it reaches adulthood? There’s considerable
                                           fluidity in the brain - in fact the brain can change
                                           itself based on mental intention and experience.
                                           Science calls this neuroplasticity. Even more
                                           exciting is that each of us has the ability to
                                           retrain our own brain. Concretely, you are able to

                        NOV 14             influence all types of things such as your health,
                                           muscle control, and even the things you’ve been
                        6:30-8PM           told aren’t possible. Explore this concept of
                                           “Neuroplasticity” and learn what amazing results
                                           can be achieved.

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      Outdoor Education & Field Study Classes
      CLIMBING COLORADO 14ERS
        Have you always dreamed about climbing a 14er but felt too unprepared or already have climbed
        a couple and are looking to conquer some more challenging ones? Come and learn trip planning
        and safety considerations for Colorado’s famed 14,000-foot peaks: from Class 1 walkups to the most
        challenging Class 5 peaks the state has to offer. Our local mountain guide and AMGA Certified Rock
        Guide Mike Schneiter will teach you the basics about what to bring and how to approach each peak.
        Design and plan your own trip and learn skills than can be applied to progress from the easiest to the
        most difficult and challenging of the 58 14ers in the state.
        OUT-9100 GW103 Tu                6-9p        8/27             GW      Schneiter       Cost: $25    Refund: 8/23

      INTRODUCTION TO DESERT TOWERS AND MULTI-PITCH CLIMBING
        Get a hands-on introduction to skills pertinent to climbing desert towers and multi-pitch climbing
                                                                                                                      N
        routes from AMGA Certified Rock Guide Mike Schneiter.
        OUT-9100 SV102          Tu       6-9p        10/8             SV      Schneiter       Cost: $50    Refund: 10/4
      OPEN WATER DIVER CERTIFICATION                               N
        This class provides thorough NAUI entry-level instruction for adults and kids age 10 and up. It
        includes 16 hours of training in the Glenwood Community Center pool and 14 hours classroom
        instruction at CMC. Students must complete open water dives after finishing this course to receive
        certification; the instructor can provide more information. The course fee of $350 includes use of
        regulator, buoyancy compensator, tank, weight belt and weights, and wetsuit. The first class meets at
        the Rec Center on 9/19 at 6 p.m. for an ability swim test, and then students will go to the Glenwood
        Center for instruction. Additional classes will meet at the pool (11a-3p) followed by lecture at CMC
        (5:30-8:30p) on 9/28, 9/29, 10/5, and 10/6. Ken McCracken has been diving for over 35 years and is a
        professional diver and certified EMT.
        OUT-9100 GW101 Th                6-9p          9/19              GW McCracken           Cost: $350* Refund: 9/17
        		                      Lecture sessions (11a-3p) and pool sessions (5:30-8:30p) on 9/28, 9/29, 10/5 & 10/6
        *An additional fee of $70 will be collected at the first class for textbook/educational materials and
        certification fee.

      BACKCOUNTRY NAVIGATION (1 CR)
        Tired of getting lost or relying on luck? This challenging class will focus on a variety of navigation
        techniques in mountainous terrain. The class blends instruction with rigorous field walks through
        the mountains and is suggested for anyone who wants to learn modern and traditional navigation
        strategies to stay found. Students will need a compass by the second class. Instructor will provide
        details about required special course materials.
        20011 F 12-4p 8/30-10/18 SV Aberger                                                  In-District: $80 (Refund: 9/6)
        						                                                                               +$30.78 charge (nonrefundable)
      CANYON ORIENTATION (2 CR)
        Explore the high-mountain desert with this five-day backpacking trip to the canyon country of
        Colorado Plateau. The class operates in a stunning location and visits ruins from different time
        periods. Course consists of two pre-trip meetings plus the five-day field trip. Instructor will provide
        details about required special course materials.
        20015                   W         9a-10:50a 9/25 & 10/2 SV Ben-Horin                 In-District: $160 (Refund: 9/27)
                                Field trip: 10/9-10/13				                                   +$190.70 charge (nonrefundable)
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RIVER ORIENTATION (2 CR)
 This class will explore the Colorado River in the Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction areas. You’ll
 spend two amazing weekends on the river with local day trips as well as a three-day overnight field
 trip on the Colorado River through Ruby-Horsethief Canyons. Students will receive partial credit hours
 toward Colorado River guide certification. Instructors are guide instructors in Colorado and Utah.
 Minimum age 17. Instructor will provide details about required special course materials.
 20027                  TTh 5-9p                9/3 & 9/5           SV Norman       In-District: $160 (Refund: 9/4)
                        Field days: 9/7 & 9/8; overnight field trip: 9/13-9/15      +$223.70 charge (nonrefundable)
TECHNICAL CANYONEERING (2 CR)
 This class descends four spectacular slot canyons in Arches, Robber’s Roost, and the east side of
 Zion National Parks, which are global destinations for canyoneers. Topics include slot canyon travel,
 rappelling, and swimming through narrow corridors. Instructor will provide details about required
 special course materials.
 20031                  W        5-8:50p         9/18 & 9/25   SV      Schneiter    In-District: $160 (Refund: 9/20)
                        Utah field trip: 10/2-10/6                                  +$202.55 charge (nonrefundable)
TOP ROPE CLIMBING (1 CR)
 Topics of this beginning course include climbing basics: tying knots, belaying, rappelling, and
 climbing movement. Course consists of one classroom meeting and one field trip. Climbing gear is
 provided. Minimum age 18. Instructor will provide details about required special course materials.
 20032                  W         6-9p       8/28 SV Schneiter                      In-District: $80 (Refund: 8/28)
                        Field trip: 8/31-9/2				                                    +$67.15 charge (nonrefundable)
ROCK CLIMBING II (2 CR)
 This advanced class attempts to summit the Colorado National Monument, a multi-pitch spire in
 Grand Junction. Course topics focus on intermediate rock climbing skills, including multi-pitch
 climbing technique, rapelling, building anchors, and leading traditional routes. Course consists of two
 meetings at the Spring Valley Climbing Wall. The first field weekend will be day trips to local climbing
 areas. The second field weekend will be an overnight trip to climb in the Grand Junction area.
 Instructor will provide details about required special course materials.
 20029                  W        6-9p            10/16 & 10/23 SV Schneiter         In-District: $160 (Refund: 10/17)
                        Field days: 10/19 & 20; overnight field trip: 10/25-10/27   +$81.01 charge (nonrefundable)
MOUNTAIN BIKING (1 CR)
 Come ride with us! This course focuses on developing your mountain biking skills and techniques
 while spending three days riding world-class trails in the Fruita area. Get feedback from trained
 instructors to take your riding to the next level. All skill levels are welcome. Students can provide their
 own bike or rentals are available through CMC. The first class is a pre-trip meeting at Spring Valley.
 The overnight field trip is to 18-Road trails and Loma. Instructor will provide details about required
 special course materials.
 20028                  T         5:30-9p    9/17 SV Aberger                        In-District: $80 (Refund: 9/17)
                        Field trip: 9/20-9/22				                                   +$130.23 charge (nonrefundable)
GEOLOGY FIELD TRIP & (3 CR)
 This 13-day geology field course is open to all students and community members. It emphasizes the
 unmatched geologic cross-section of the earth’s history that includes camping and hiking at Capitol
 Reef, Bryce and Zion National Parks, concluding with a five-day rim-to-rim hike of the Grand Canyon.
 The $650 supplemental course fee covers transportation, camping fees, food, books and maps.
 Students must supply their own camping equipment (can also be rented from CMC) and 5-days of
 backpack food. Please contact Professor Garry Zabel at 970-948-5194 or garry.zabel@gmail.com for
 more information.
 21402                  Th        6-8:50p      8/29 & 9/5 CB Zabel                  In-District: $240 (Refund: 9/3)
                        Sa        8a-5p        9/7			                               +$650 charge (Refund: 9/6)
                        Field trip             9/11-9/23
                        Sa        6-9:20p      9/28

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      Personal Interest
      WHAT IS MAGIC: THE GATHERING?                             N
        Come to a free introduction to Magic: The Gathering. Stefan Brenner, who has been involved
        with the game for 25+ years will provide a history, explanation, and analysis of the world’s most
        popular trading card game. Expect to learn where the game originated, how to play the game on a
        basic level, and delve into it’s exponentially growing popularity. No prior experience with the game
        necessary.
        HWE-9100 GW107 Th             6:30-8:30p 10/10            GW        Brenner    Cost: FREE
        HWE-9100 GW108 Th             6:30-8:30p 11/7             GW        Brenner    Cost: FREE
      CREATIVE WRITING                N
        Find the fire in your writing: from practicing with ten minutes of free writing to creating setting,
        characters, and story line, students will discuss, write, and then revise. This class will tackle topics
        such as what makes interesting, strong, clear, and effective writing; what makes for boring writing;
        and what makes a story (fiction or nonfiction) engaging, meaningful, and memorable. Students will
        share samples of writing from favorite selections and samples of their own writing. The heart of
        writing is in re-writing, re-vising… and reading! Instructor Nancy Bo Flood’s books include both fiction
        and nonfiction, and her publications have received numerous national awards.
        ENG-9100 GW101 W              6-9p        9/11 & 9/18     GW        Flood      Cost: $75     Refund: 9/9
        		                      Sa    9a-1p       9/14
      TENANTS’ RIGHTS
        Learn what you need to know when you rent. It is important for all tenants to be aware of their rights
        under Colorado law. In this class, the instructor will address common situations and answer your
        questions. Topics covered include: What do I need to know when entering into a lease? How do I
        protect myself from claims of pre-existing damage? How can I get my landlord to make repairs? Help,
        I am being evicted, so what can I do now? My lease is ending, what are my options? How do I collect
        my security deposit after moving out?
        BUS-9100 GW101 Th             6-8p        11/7            GW        Wentzel    Cost: FREE*
        *The class is free but there is a $10 fee for copied materials collected on the first day of class.

      THEATRE & ACTING
      INTRODUCTION TO IMPROV WORKSHOP                                       N
        Explore the basic principles of improvisational theatre in a fun, supportive, and collaborative
        environment through warmups, games, and simple scenes. This class is for anyone who is curious
        about improv - no prior experience necessary. Come prepared to move, learn, and laugh! Class is
        open to adults ages 16 and older.
        ART-9100 GW101 Sa             1-4p        10/12           GW        Willey     Cost: $50     Refund: 10/10
      YES, AND! IMPROV FUNDAMENTALS                              N
        Learn and practice the fundamentals of improvisational theatre during this fun and fast-paced
        four-week session. Participants will develop skills in listening, character, and storytelling. No prior
        experience necessary, but Intro to Improv Workshop suggested. Come prepared to move, learn, and
        laugh! Class is open to adults ages 16 and older.
        ART-9100 GW102 M              6:30-8:30p 10/21-11/11      GW        Willey     Cost: $150 Refund: 10/18
      SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH                      N
        Join Mark Howard, a moderator at Shakespeare-Aspen Institute who has taught Shakespeare in the
        valley for nine years, for a look at Elizabethan England while studying Shakespeare’s relevance to
        today. A film of the play will be viewed and students will receive a Folger Shakespeare Library Edition
        of Macbeth for the class.
        ENG-9110 GW101 Th             6-8:30p     9/12-10/3       GW        Howard     Cost: $85     Refund: 9/10

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The Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College is a rich tradition
that blends the talents of local veterans of the stage and new theatre students
in training. Our award-winning company recently competed in the American
Association of Community Theatre’s AACTFest 2019 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania,
claiming honors in acting, production, and theatrical moment. We invite you to
come and enjoy our upcoming performances this season.

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       Get a season ticket for just $60 for the whole season. Discounts available for seniors
       and CMC students and employees. You can purchase season tickets, or singles, at
       Eventbrite.com (search for Sopris Theatre Company).

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                Would you like a chance to perform on our stage? We are holding auditions for
                our first two productions on Sept. 3 and 4. Please call our Box Office at 970-947-
                8177 for more details on how you can audition.

                                     2019-20 Season Productions
                        held in the New Space Theatre at CMC-Spring Valley

          Hope and Gravity                                American La Ronde
          by MICHAEL HOLLINGER                            by STEVEN DIETZ
          Directed by Brad Moore                          Directed by Gary Ketzenbarger
          Oct. 18, 19, 25, 26 at 7 pm                     Feb. 14, 15, 21, 22 at 7 pm
          Oct. 20 and 27 at 2 pm                          Feb. 16 and 23 at 2 pm
          The Veil                                        Kiss Me, Kate!
          by CONOR MCPHERSON                              Music by COLE PORTER; Book
          Directed by G Thomas Cochran                    by SAM & BELLA SPEWACK
          Nov. 30, Dec. 5, 6, 7 at 7 pm                   Directed by Brad Moore
          Dec. 1 and 8 at 2 pm                            April 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18 at 7 pm
                                                          April 5 and 19 at 2 pm
                                  Student Workshop Productions
                                  April 30, 2019 at 7 pm

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      Physical Activities
      CREDIT CLASSES

 New
 location this
 semester:
 Heidi Vosbeck
 offers
 conditioning,
 weight training
 & Pilates
 classes at the
 CMC Glenwood
 Center.

      CONDITIONING LAB (1 CR)
        Offers an independent self-paced format of conditioning exercises to meet individual needs.
        Emphasizes the value of lifetime fitness and its contribution to achieving personal health and
        wellness. Students utilize cardio-respiratory, muscular strength, and endurance exercises to promote
        positive changes in health-related fitness components. Instructor will provide information on
        materials needed for class.
        19698                   TTh   1:30-2:20p   8/27-12/12   GW        Vosbeck    In-District: $80     Refund: 9/12
      WEIGHT TRAINING I (1 CR)
        Offers basic instruction and practice in weight training. Students utilize weight training equipment in
        accordance with their abilities and goals. Emphasizes weight training equipment orientation, correct
        lifting techniques, and basic program design for men and women. Instructor will provide information
        on materials needed for class.
        19700                   TTh   12:30-1:20p 8/27-12/12    GW        Vosbeck    In-District: $80     Refund: 9/12
      PILATES MATWORK I (1 CR)
        Focuses on Pilates matwork to increase core strength, overall muscle tone, and flexibility with
        focused and precise floor work techniques. A physical education class built upon the philosophies and
        exercises of Joseph Pilates. Instructor will provide information on materials needed for class.
        19701                   TTh   2:30-3:20p 8/27-12/12     GW        Vosbeck    In-District: $80     Refund: 9/12
      MARTIAL ARTS I: AIKIDO (1 CR)
        Emphasis: Aikido. Introduces basic martial arts techniques and forms designed to improve the
        physical and mental capacity of an individual. Enables the student to gain an understanding of the
        basic philosophies and concepts around the martial arts and the approach to ethics. Instructor will
        provide information on materials needed for class.
        19774                   TTh   6:30-8:50p 8/27-10/15     GW        Oglesby    In-District: $80     Refund: 9/3
        19776                   TTh   6:30-8:50p 10/17-12/12    GW        Oglesby    In-District: $80     Refund: 10/25

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