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American Sign Language
DESCRIPTION
This nine-week course is an introduction to American Sign Language, the language used by deaf people in the U.S. and most of Canada. Students will develop practical skills and knowledge needed for successful interactions with deaf people.  Students will learn beginning ASL vocabulary and grammar (including use of space, non-manual signals, and classifiers).  Topics include: fingerspelling, introducing yourself, asking questions, feelings, family members, colors, foods, clothing, animals, and a variety of survival phrases for basic conversation.Since a language cannot be separated from its culture, students will also learn some information on deaf culture, including attention-getting strategies, politically correct terminology, and behavioral norms/values.The class will be taught by Aaron and Patty Bristol. They were both college trained in San Diego and worked as sign language interpreters and educational aids for deaf students for many years. Patty is hearing impaired and her husband, Aaron, has been her interpreter for their entire 29 years of marriage. They have taught many classes over the years from very young children to the elderly. This class is taught in a style that is intended to be fun and at times even humorous in order to build memorable connections between signs and their meanings. It is strongly encouraged that you take the class along with a friend or family member so that you can practice with them throughout the week.The class meets on Thursday evenings for 9 weeks, January 30 - March 26, 6-8 p.m. Cost: $125.
DATES
January 30 - March 26
TIMES
6-8 p.m.
LOCATION
Ozark Regional Arts Council Conference room on the 2nd floor of The Sheid
COST
$125.00
ACT Prep
DESCRIPTION
Be prepared to do your very best on the ACT Test. Doing well on the ACT creates scholarship opportunities and increases the likelihood of admittance to the college of your choice. Become familiar with the test structure, learn test-taking tips, and take a practice test. Students should bring #2 pencils, a TI-80 calculator, and a 3-ring binder. We'll take a 30-minute lunch break. Taught by Jennifer Veloria-Dunn.Also offered on Saturday, March 28.
DATES
Saturday, February 1
TIMES
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
LOCATION
Ozark Regional Arts Council Conference room on the 2nd floor of The Sheid
COST
$40.00
Canvas Creations with Noel Cole - Evening
DESCRIPTION
Looks like art, feels like fun! No experience necessary!This two-hour acrylic painting class is taught step by step and is super easy to follow. You'll create an 8 x 10 canvas of your own. All materials are provided. Just bring an apron and an adventurous spirit! This is the painting you will create:
DATES
Monday, February 3
TIMES
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
LOCATION
Art Studio on the second floor at The Sheid
COST
$35
Canvas Creations with Noel Cole - Morning
DESCRIPTION
Looks like art, feels like fun! No experience necessary!This two-hour acrylic painting class is taught step by step and is super easy to follow. You'll create an 8 x 10 canvas of your own. All materials are provided. Just bring an apron and an adventurous spirit! This is the painting you will create:
DATES
Wednesday, February 5
TIMES
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
LOCATION
Art Studio on the second floor at The Sheid
COST
$35
Pottery With Marian
DESCRIPTION
In this fun, hands-on class, you will make your own pottery creations and decorate them. Marian Yancey will guide you through making two items of your choice: a mug, bowl, vase, plate, or your own idea if the same size. If time permits, you'll have the opportunity to make a bonus third piece. Embellishments include lettering, carving, or clay appliques. You will start with a prerolled slab of soft clay and learn forming methods and creative handle making.Class includes two work sessions, one week apart, and delivery of finished pieces one week later. The $80 fee includes expert instruction, clay, glazing, and firing. Class meets two Saturdays, February 8 and 15, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the art studio on the second floor of The Sheid on the ASUMH campus.
DATES
Saturdays, February 8 and 15
TIMES
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
LOCATION
Art Studio on the second floor at The Sheid
COST
$80.00
Pottery With Marian
DESCRIPTION
In this fun, hands-on class, you will make your own pottery creations and decorate them. Marian Yancey will guide you through making two items of your choice: a mug, bowl, vase, plate, or your own idea if the same size. If time permits, you'll have the opportunity to make a bonus third piece. Embellishments include lettering, carving, or clay appliques. You will start with a prerolled slab of soft clay and learn forming methods and creative handle making.Class includes two work sessions, one week apart, and delivery of finished pieces one week later. The $80 fee includes expert instruction, clay, glazing, and firing. Class meets two Saturdays, March 14 and 21, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the art studio on the second floor of The Sheid on the ASUMH campus.
DATES
Saturdays, March 14 and 21
TIMES
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
LOCATION
Art Studio on the second floor at The Sheid
COST
$80.00
ACT Prep
DESCRIPTION
Be prepared to do your very best on the ACT Test. Doing well on the ACT creates scholarship opportunities and increases the likelihood of admittance to the college of your choice. Become familiar with the test structure, learn test-taking tips, and take a practice test. Students should bring #2 pencils, a TI-80 calculator, and a 3-ring binder. We'll take a 30-minute lunch break. Taught by Jennifer Veloria-Dunn.
DATES
Saturday, March 28
TIMES
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
LOCATION
Ozark Regional Arts Council Conference room on the 2nd floor of The Sheid
COST
$40.00
Beginning Fly Fishing with John Berry and Lori Sloas
DESCRIPTION
We live in trout country! Have you always wanted to learn to fly fish? Here's your chance! Beginning Fly Fishing meets four times and is taught by John Berry and Lori Sloas, a local husband/wife team of professional guides with over 25 years of experience in guiding and fly fishing instruction. Structured for the beginner or novice angler, the class is designed to develop confidence on stream and covers all of the basic skills necessary for success. Learn basic fly casting, equipment selection, water safety, reading the water, stream entomology, fly selection, knot tying, and fishing techniques. Cost: $100This class meets on Thursdays for four weeks April 2, 9, 16, and 23, 6-8 p.m., in Dryer Hall D102 on the Arkansas State University-Mountain Home campus.
DATES
Thursdays, April 2 - 23
TIMES
6-8 p.m.
LOCATION
Dryer Hall D102 at ASUMH
COST
$100.00
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