Continuing & Community Education at CCEast
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Winter 2021 Classes
Building Small Business Resiliency
6732 CS 187A Virtual T 5:30-8pm 1/12, 1/19,
1/26 Regina King
The year 2020 provided small business owners with challenges beyond anything imagined, including mandated business closures, lack of cash flow, increased costs due to regulations, and a lack of accurate information on pathways through to the “other side” of re-opening and re-charging small businesses successfully. The three-part workshop will help ensure that business owners are empowered to make choices which contribute to their overall success, using proven techniques and best practices to increase small business resiliency. The virtual series will use the Zoom platform, as well as online resources. (Scholarships may be available. Call CCEast to learn more.) Fee: $145.
Reading to Toddlers: Tips & Resources
6730 CS 236A Virtual F 10-10:45am 1/8-1/29
Being a parent is hard enough, but parenting in a pandemic brings a whole new set of challenges. This class offers support for parents of children under age five, who benefit from the tactile experience of physical books along with face-to-face interaction. Learn how to find great books, songs, and activities for free. Share ideas with other parents in group discussions. Each family will receive age-appropriate children’s books and materials to keep. Instructor Christina Brischetto has over 13 years of experience as a youth services librarian, and is also a certified elementary teacher. The class will be presented virtually and includes online resources. Books and printed materials will need to be picked up at Centralia College East or the Centralia campus prior to the first class. Class meets 1/8-29. Fee: $45.
6731 CS 136H Virtual T 10-11am 1/5-1/26
The Zentangle Method is described by the originators as an “easy to learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.” Penny Degener, Certified Zentangle instructor, will guide students as they learn and practice patterns that come together into unique and intricate mosaics. This class will focus on black tiles with white ink (rather than the traditional black on white approach). Everyone is welcome, whether you are new to Zentangle or have been doing it for a while. The class will be taught virtually through Zoom on the scheduled day and time. Lectures will be recorded and available for those who cannot attend all four sessions. Class meets 1/5-26. Supply lists will be provided at the time of registration. Fee: $25
ASI 012S3 Face-to-face Sa 9am – 4pm 2/6 or 2/27
This class is designed to help improve the five areas of health-related physical fitness - cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, body composition, and flexibility. Previous snowshoeing experience is not required, but participants must be able to snowshoe a minimum of 3 miles on challenging terrain and must have appropriate winter clothing/gear. All participants must attend a virtual orientation session via Zoom on 1/11 at 7pm. Students must choose between the two field days: either 2/6 or 2/27. Participants are responsible for getting themselves to the designated sno*park or trailhead on their own. In the event of severe weather, the field days could be rescheduled. Fee: $25.
701 Airport Way
PO Box 87
Morton, WA 98356
360-496-5022 / 360-623-8925