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UKULELE THE EASY WAY<br />

Learn to play <strong>the</strong><br />

instrument that’s sure<br />

to brighten up<br />

anyone’s day! Let<br />

instructor Art show<br />

you <strong>the</strong> basics of this<br />

ever-popular, <strong>easy</strong>-tolearn<br />

instrument. From<br />

tuning <strong>the</strong> <strong>ukulele</strong> to<br />

<strong>easy</strong> chord, even<br />

buying <strong>the</strong> right <strong>ukulele</strong>, you’ll be on your <strong>way</strong> to<br />

learning <strong>the</strong> songs you love and songs that bring<br />

family and friends toge<strong>the</strong>r. Bring your <strong>ukulele</strong> and<br />

passion to learn this fun instrument to class. The<br />

instructor will have a few <strong>ukulele</strong>s on hand just in<br />

case you don’t have one by class time. Hey<br />

beginning and returning <strong>ukulele</strong> students, learn<br />

even more songs and <strong>ukulele</strong> techniques in<br />

intermediate class. No musical experience<br />

needed for beginner level. Limit 13 students.<br />

SubEvent: Art Nagata Fee: $65<br />

#75999A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

1:00-3:00 p.m.<br />

July 1-29<br />

#75999B 5 Sundays (Interm.) Fee: $65<br />

3:30-5:30 p.m.<br />

July 1-29<br />

FLORAL DESIGN -<br />

Beginners<br />

Learn how to make<br />

sophisticated arrange<br />

beautiful fresh flower<br />

arrangements for those<br />

special occasions. This<br />

hands-on workshop allows<br />

you to make your own<br />

masterpieces and express<br />

your own artistic talents. You will take home a new<br />

floral arrangement from each workshop. Material<br />

fee of $40 payable at time of registration.<br />

Material fee pays for fresh flowers instructor will<br />

provide at each class meeting to complete all class<br />

projects. Bring wire cutters, small knife and<br />

newspapers.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Fee: $65<br />

#50081A 3 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

July 1-15<br />

STAINED GLASS<br />

While making a flat<br />

panel or window about<br />

10x14 inches students<br />

will learn basic cutting,<br />

grinding and<br />

assembling, creating a<br />

beautiful piece of art work. We have various<br />

patterns to choose from. Material fee of $15<br />

payable at first meeting for <strong>the</strong> tools and supplies.<br />

Glass is additional, typically $20-25, and may be<br />

purchased from instructor on <strong>the</strong> first day of class.<br />

Held off campus near L.A.C.C. Limit only 8<br />

students.<br />

SubEvent: Kathy Reimer Fee: $115<br />

#50191A 4 Sundays<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 1-22<br />

2<br />

AIR/CONDITIONING SERVICE AND<br />

MAINTENANCE<br />

This Summer why not learn how<br />

maintain your AC system and NEW<br />

save money. Air filters and air flow<br />

is very important to <strong>the</strong> air<br />

conditioning system. About 40-50% of service calls<br />

are made for a technician to<br />

come to a home, to see why<br />

<strong>the</strong>re is no air flow in <strong>the</strong><br />

house. In this seminar you will<br />

attain <strong>the</strong> knowledge to<br />

effectively diagnose air<br />

problems to make repairs<br />

accurately and in a timely manner. The instructor<br />

will show you how and why you need to replace air<br />

filters on <strong>the</strong> air handler; how to clean <strong>the</strong><br />

conditioner coil and learn <strong>the</strong> importance of air flow<br />

and <strong>the</strong> safety nets before you work on a unit.<br />

Open to all!<br />

SubEvent: Roberto Sanchez Fee: $65<br />

#43888A 2 Saturdays<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 14 & 21<br />

Let this Summer be a memorable<br />

experience for your child! Students will<br />

participate in all day educational and fun filled<br />

activities that will include: Computers,<br />

Creative Writing, Arts and Crafts, French,<br />

Swimming, and more Each class section<br />

limited to 12 students. Bring daily sack lunch.<br />

Students must be dropped off and picked-up<br />

on time. Arts & crafts material fee of $7<br />

payable at time of registration. Ages 7 to<br />

12 years old.<br />

SubEvent: Staff<br />

#80081A One Week (M-F) Fee: $175<br />

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 9-13<br />

#80081B One Week (M-F) Fee: $175<br />

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 16-20<br />

#80081C One Week (M-F) Fee: $175<br />

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 23-27<br />

Join <strong>the</strong> fun !


President’s Welcome<br />

Welcome to <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong> (LACC), an<br />

institution dedicated above all else to student<br />

success. The Community Services program at<br />

LACC speaks to <strong>the</strong> heart of what this campus is<br />

all about reaching out to our community and<br />

offering learning opportunities to all ages.<br />

LACC serves over 24,000 people each year in<br />

credit, non-credit and Community Service<br />

programs. Each semester we offer many<br />

opportunities: from cooking classes for 8-year olds<br />

to comedy writing classes. Whatever your interest,<br />

life-long dream or if you want to explore a new<br />

hobby, it’s in here, it’s nearby and it’s affordable.<br />

LACC offers credit classes as well; training that can<br />

fit into your busy schedule along with career<br />

technical education and opportunities that help you<br />

advance in your chosen profession. Visit<br />

www.lacitycollege.edu for<br />

more information on enrolling.<br />

We’re building more than buildings<br />

at LACC. I welcome you to your<br />

community campus, where you<br />

can build your future.<br />

Dr. Jamillah Moore, President<br />

<strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong> Administration<br />

Dr. Jamillah Moore, President<br />

Dr. Mary Callahan, Interim VP,<br />

Academic Affairs<br />

Dr. Lawrence Bradford, VP, Student<br />

Services<br />

Paul Carlson, VP, Administration Services<br />

Randy Anderson, Dean, Office of Special<br />

Services<br />

Dr. Thelma Day, Acting Dean Academic<br />

Affairs<br />

Allison Jones, Dean, Academic Affairs<br />

Sholeh Khorooshi, Interim Dean,<br />

Academic Affairs<br />

William Marmolejo, Dean, Student Enrollment<br />

Dr. Edward Pai, Dean, Institutional<br />

Effectiveness<br />

Alex Davis, Dean, Economic Development<br />

& Workforce Education<br />

Guadalupe Jara, Associate Dean,<br />

Economic Development & Workforce<br />

Education<br />

Earic Peters, Associate Dean, Student Life<br />

Corey Rodgers, Associate Dean, EOP&S<br />

Jeremy Villar, Associate Dean, Student<br />

Services<br />

Christi O’ Connor, Bookstore Manager<br />

Lenore Saunders, Administrative Analyst<br />

<strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> Community <strong>College</strong> District<br />

Board of Trustees<br />

Miguel Santiago, President<br />

Tina Park, First Vice President<br />

Nancy Pearlman, Second Vice President<br />

Kelly Candaele<br />

Mona Field<br />

Scott J. Svonkin<br />

Steve Veres<br />

Student Trustee<br />

3<br />

District Administration<br />

Dr. Daniel J. LaVista, Chancellor<br />

Dr. Adriana D. Barrera, Deputy Chancellor<br />

Dr. Yasmin Delahoussaye, Vice<br />

Chancellor for Educational Programs &<br />

Institutional Effectiveness<br />

Felicito Cajayon, Vice Chancellor for<br />

Economic & Workforce Development<br />

Thomas Hall, Interim, Executive Director<br />

Facilities Planning and Development<br />

Camille A. Goulet, General Counsel<br />

Jeanette Gordon, Chief Financial<br />

Officer/Treasurer<br />

Classroom Material Fees<br />

Please be aware that some Community<br />

Services classes have material/handouts<br />

required by <strong>the</strong> instructor. All material fees<br />

are paid at <strong>the</strong> time of registration.<br />

Material fees are al<strong>way</strong>s optional.<br />

However, should you choose not to<br />

purchase supplies or materials, your<br />

participation in <strong>the</strong> class may be limited.<br />

Community Services, LACC, and LACCD<br />

are held harmless from fee such disputes<br />

between <strong>the</strong> teacher and student(s).<br />

Community Services Office<br />

Administrative Bldg. Room 112<br />

(323) 953-4000 ext. 2651


S.A.T & A.C.T. PREPARATION<br />

The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) and<br />

ACT (American <strong>College</strong> Testing) is inevitable for all<br />

high school students planning to apply to a 4 year<br />

college/university. With careful preparation students<br />

will walk through SAT/ACT reasoning and inference<br />

practice analogies: grammar, science reasoning<br />

critical thinking, & higher ma<strong>the</strong>matic applications.<br />

Students will also cover/study <strong>the</strong> new essaywriting<br />

portion of <strong>the</strong> GED test through practice<br />

preparation. In addition, participants will discover<br />

valuable test taking strategies/secrets about<br />

guessing. Included will be a practice examination<br />

and an assessment. Pleased bring <strong>the</strong> following<br />

books to class: Kaplan S.A.T. 2012: Strategies,<br />

Practice and Review. McGraw-Hill’s ACT Practice<br />

Tests 3 rd edition by Steven W. Dulan May 25, 2010.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $85<br />

#80255A 4 Fridays<br />

5:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

July 6-27<br />

COLLEGE PREPARATION<br />

Students will learn how to apply to colleges and<br />

universities, both public & private,<br />

acquire and fill out appropriate<br />

forms for admission, write a<br />

personal statement, find and<br />

apply for scholarships and<br />

grants, learn about Advanced<br />

Placement classes, learn <strong>the</strong><br />

difference between SAT, ACT and <strong>the</strong> PSAT,<br />

prepare for <strong>the</strong> college of your choice as early as<br />

<strong>the</strong> seventh grade. Students are required to have<br />

internet access at home and a valid email address.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $49<br />

#80256A 2 Fridays<br />

5:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

August 3 & 10<br />

LEARN TO PROGRAM<br />

FROM SCRATCH<br />

Is <strong>the</strong>re more to computers than<br />

NEW<br />

playing games, watching videos or endless<br />

chatting? Be <strong>the</strong> creator of your<br />

own digital stories,<br />

animations, games, music<br />

and art. Bring your<br />

creativity and imagination<br />

to this workshop and learn<br />

how to program with<br />

Scratch AND have fun, too! Recommended ages:<br />

11-16 yrs, limit 9. A certificate of completion will<br />

be issued upon successful completion of class.<br />

SubEvent: Lance Zakabi Fee: $55<br />

#80767A 2 Thursdays (11-16 yrs.)<br />

4:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

July 12 & 19<br />

4<br />

KUNG FU FOR KIDS<br />

What do Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Let Li have in<br />

common? They all studied/practiced Kung Fu.<br />

Kung Fu is known as <strong>the</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r of Martial Arts.<br />

Learn Martial Arts Kung Fu fluid movements<br />

and counter defense strategies. This is an<br />

introductory course. No experience necessary.<br />

Included will be gymnastics/warms-ups and<br />

maximizing your limits and potentials in <strong>the</strong> field of<br />

martial arts. Ages 6+.<br />

SubEvent: Rafael Ortiz Fee: $55<br />

#80201A 5 Sundays<br />

10:00-11:30 a.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

MATH SUCCESS CLASS<br />

Get better grades in school<br />

Assist your child with <strong>the</strong>ir school studies by<br />

enrolling <strong>the</strong>m in this intensive math program.<br />

Focus will be on <strong>the</strong> specific problem area’s your<br />

child is having with math, this class will also help<br />

your child prepare for test <strong>the</strong>y will need to score<br />

good on in order to successfully proceed to <strong>the</strong> next<br />

grade levels. Students<br />

are welcome to bring<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir schoolbooks. ALL<br />

elementary/junior grade<br />

levels are welcome.<br />

Material fee of $5<br />

payable at time of<br />

registration. Instructor:<br />

Dr. Arsen Abelian<br />

SubEvent: Fractions and Decimals Fee: $55<br />

#80017A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

June 30-July 28<br />

#80017B Pre-Algebra Fee: $55<br />

5 Saturdays<br />

10:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

June 30-July 28<br />

#80017C Algebra Fee: $55<br />

5 Saturdays<br />

11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

June 30-July 28<br />

#80017D Geometry Fee: $55<br />

5 Saturdays<br />

12:00-1:00 p.m.<br />

June 30-July 28<br />

#80017E Algebra/Geometry Fee: $55<br />

5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

June 30-July 28<br />

WRITING COMPOSITION SKILLS<br />

This intense class will assist and educate students<br />

in creating effective sentences, paragraphs, essays<br />

and help remove writing composition roadblocks.<br />

Allow this class to bring out your child’s fullest<br />

writing potentials. Some grammar training will be<br />

provided as part of language structure training. 6-<br />

8 th grades. Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration. Held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Polly Mathis Fee: $65<br />

#80226A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 7-August 4


FRENCH FOR KIDS & TEENS<br />

French is a fun language spoken around <strong>the</strong> world.<br />

Students will do a wide range of activities from<br />

pronunciation of <strong>the</strong> alphabet, numbers, colors,<br />

days, weeks, months to useful conversations that<br />

will increase vocabulary and promote a cultural<br />

interest. Material fee of $22 payable at time of<br />

registration is for cost of book, cd and handouts.<br />

Book title is: Collins French Club: Book 1, by Rosi<br />

McNab - ISBN-13-9780007287567. $5 only if you<br />

have already purchased <strong>the</strong> audio cd/book set.<br />

Parents are encouraged to participate with class.<br />

Ages 7-16. No experience needed.<br />

SubEvent: Lesley Lespinasse Fee: $55<br />

#80721A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:30-10:30 a.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

READING READINESS GRADES K-1<br />

Children will engage in literary activities to promote<br />

motivation by learning language related concepts.<br />

Instruction on phonics (sounds letters make) will<br />

help students decipher words for <strong>the</strong>mselves. Kids<br />

will create <strong>the</strong>ir own books, poems and stories<br />

through drawing, painting and writing. Oral, written<br />

language supported through age appropriate<br />

literature. Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration. Held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Polly Mat<strong>the</strong>s Fee: $60<br />

#80300A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

July 7-August 4<br />

FUN WITH MATH CLASS – For Grades K-2<br />

Students engage in hands-on activities to develop<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir number sense and geometric abilities.<br />

Activities include manipulatives, games, and<br />

puzzles, to promote each child’s understanding of<br />

addition, subtraction, patterns and geometry.<br />

Appropriate ma<strong>the</strong>matical terms are introduced and<br />

explained. Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration. Held off Campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Polly Mat<strong>the</strong>s Fee: $60<br />

#80301A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:10-11:10 a.m.<br />

July 7-August 4<br />

HIP HOP DANCING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Learn one of <strong>the</strong> most popular and<br />

requested dance styles in recent years.<br />

The instructor will teach students<br />

many of <strong>the</strong> latest steps and dance<br />

moves. Come join this fun and exciting<br />

class. No dance experience is<br />

necessary. Ages 8-15.<br />

SubEvent: Dolly Giner Fee: $50<br />

#80665A 5 Saturdays<br />

4:15-5:15 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

5<br />

FUN WITH ABC’s<br />

Fun with ABC’s is for <strong>the</strong> very young<br />

student (ages 3-5). Reading will be<br />

promoted through an introduction of<br />

phonics thru arts & crafts. Age<br />

appropriate literature will also be<br />

introduced. Material fee of $10<br />

payable at time of registration. Limit 8 students!<br />

Class held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Polly Mat<strong>the</strong>s Fee: $60<br />

#80223A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.<br />

July 7-August 4<br />

EXPLORATION IN SCIENCE FOR KIDS<br />

Our world is filled with fascinating factoids just<br />

waiting to be discovered! Get your hands on with<br />

fun and interesting experiments that<br />

will get you excited about <strong>the</strong> world of<br />

science. Have fun making a Vinegar<br />

Volcano, a Tornado in a bottle –<br />

even make some fake snot! Learn<br />

about our world and show your<br />

friends and family about your new scientific<br />

discoveries. Limited enrollment! Material fee of $5<br />

payable at time of registration at: community<br />

services.lacitycollege.edu/pay.html<br />

SubEvent Angelo Almonte Fee $50<br />

#80026A Monday-Thursday<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

July 9-12<br />

#80026B Monday-Thursday Fee: $50<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

August 6-9<br />

WRITING<br />

This class will assist and help students improve on<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir writing, comprehension, grammar and<br />

vocabulary skills. This class will also concentrate<br />

on specific problem area’s students are having with<br />

classroom assignments and homework. Students<br />

will also grasp <strong>the</strong> newest education writing<br />

formats. Homework assignments will be given.<br />

Children are welcome to bring <strong>the</strong>ir school books<br />

and classroom writing questions. Please bring<br />

pencil and wring tablet. Material fee of $8 payable<br />

at time of registration. Grades 3-6.<br />

SubEvent: Brian King Fee: $50<br />

#80222A 4 Mondays<br />

4:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

June 25-July 23<br />

#80222B 4 Wednesdays Fee: $50<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

July 11-August 1<br />

READING<br />

This class will cover various levels of reading<br />

phonics, vocabulary, & composition<br />

skills. Students will have <strong>the</strong><br />

opportunity to sharpen <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

presentation and reading skills by<br />

reading aloud to <strong>the</strong> class.<br />

Homework assignments will be<br />

given. Children are welcome to bring <strong>the</strong>ir school<br />

books and classroom questions. Material fee of $8<br />

payable at time of registration. Grades 3-6<br />

SubEvent: Brian King Fee: $50<br />

#80221A 4 Wednesdays<br />

4:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

July 11-August 1


PAINTING AND WATERCOLORS<br />

FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Watercolor and Paint <strong>the</strong> most beautiful<br />

pictures ever!!! Your teacher will get you started in<br />

basic watercolor and paint brush stroke techniques.<br />

Develop your natural hidden and<br />

artistic talents of visualizing<br />

everyday objects and <strong>the</strong>n<br />

watercolor paint <strong>the</strong>se images<br />

using your creativity, senses and<br />

imagination. Students will be<br />

given total encouragement and<br />

support in developing <strong>the</strong>ir artistic<br />

skills at <strong>the</strong>ir own pace. Please<br />

bring basic watercolor set, brushes, paper and<br />

pencil to 1 st class meeting. Ages 9-17. Register<br />

early! Instructor works for Disneyland as an artist<br />

and has showcased his works at art galleries<br />

throughout <strong>the</strong> U.S.A.<br />

SubEvent: Wayne N. Thomas Fee: $55<br />

#80032A 5 Fridays<br />

2:30-4:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

DRAWING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Learn how to draw like a pro, get drawing tips and<br />

techniques on <strong>the</strong> objects you like to draw. Watch<br />

your images come to life as your teacher gets<br />

you started in using led/color pencil, charcoal,<br />

shading, light/dark just <strong>the</strong> professionals. Learn<br />

contrast, 3 dimension and brightness. Students are<br />

encouraged to bring <strong>the</strong>ir ideas & imagination.<br />

Bring led & color pencils, eraser and sketchpad<br />

to 1 st meeting of class. Ages 9-17. Class fills-up<br />

Register early!<br />

SubEvent: Wayne N. Thomas Fee: $55<br />

#80033A 5 Fridays<br />

4:00-5:30 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

ICE SKATING FOR KIDS – AGES 6-12<br />

Join <strong>the</strong> fun, make new friends and impress your<br />

family with fun-on-ice skills. Basic training<br />

on ice-skating for ages 6-12. No prior<br />

ice experience needed. All<br />

equipment provided by<br />

instructor. Limited to only<br />

10. Students enrolled in this<br />

class may skate <strong>the</strong> public<br />

session on <strong>the</strong> day of <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

class for free! Saturday public<br />

session is from 2:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

Class held off campus.<br />

SubEvent: Denise Moore Fee: $95<br />

#99802A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:15-1:45 p.m.<br />

August 4-September 1<br />

ICE SKATING FOR TOTS – AGES 3-5<br />

This class will teach toddlers ages 3-5 years old <strong>the</strong><br />

basic ice skating skills needed to get <strong>the</strong>m started<br />

and begin ice-skating. No prior ice experience<br />

needed. All equipment provided by instructor.<br />

Early registration is encouraged, as <strong>the</strong> class is<br />

limited to only 10 students. Students enrolled in<br />

this class may skate <strong>the</strong> public session on <strong>the</strong> day<br />

of <strong>the</strong>ir class for free. Saturday public session is<br />

from 2:00-4:00 p.m. Class held off campus.<br />

SubEvent: Denise Moore Fee: $95<br />

#99801A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:45-1:15 p.m.<br />

August 4-September 1<br />

DRAW COMIC BOOK & CARTOON<br />

CHARACTERS LIKE THE PROS<br />

Learn how to draw your favorite action Heroes and<br />

Villains like Spiderman, Spawn,<br />

Green, Lantern, Star Wars,<br />

Wonder Women, or even <strong>the</strong><br />

Simpsons. You can even invent<br />

your own cartoon characters!<br />

This class will teach you<br />

important steps & secret artist<br />

tips you need to create & bring<br />

your cartoon to animation life. If<br />

you al<strong>way</strong>s wanted to become a<br />

cartoon super-action hero artist or comic Villain<br />

artist. Ages 12+<br />

SubEvent: Wayne Thomas Fee: $65<br />

#80051A 5 Fridays<br />

5:30-7:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

SUMMER OUTDOORS<br />

NEW<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

Have lots of fun this summer right<br />

here at L.A.C.C. playing outdoor games, splashing<br />

water, teaming up for multiple learning activities,<br />

and making new friends. Give your eyes and<br />

body a healthy break a<strong>way</strong> from sitting in front<br />

of a T.V. and playing video games, get some<br />

healthy exercise and turn <strong>the</strong> meals you eat at<br />

home into good fuel your growing body needs.<br />

Part of <strong>the</strong> fun in participating with <strong>the</strong>se activities<br />

will be an appreciation and understanding of your<br />

natural surroundings and <strong>the</strong>ir usefulness.<br />

Students will all be actively involved in each<br />

activity. There will be lots of movement, critical<br />

thinking and laughs, don’t get left out. Open to<br />

boys and girls 7-12. Wear tennis shoes.<br />

SubEvent: Cass Fletcher Fee: $50<br />

#80099A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

SINGING FOR CHILDREN<br />

Enroll your child in this fun, safe and popular<br />

singing program at L.A.C.C. Help your child to soar<br />

and expose <strong>the</strong>ir gift in singing. Students will learn<br />

proper vocal and breathing techniques to<br />

streng<strong>the</strong>n and bring out <strong>the</strong>ir full singing potential.<br />

Your child’s confidence and singing abilities will be<br />

enhanced tremendously. Each child will perform<br />

solo and with <strong>the</strong> class. Limit 10 students.<br />

SubEvent: Linda Stevens Fee: $60<br />

#80012A 5 Saturdays (5-9 yrs.)<br />

12:30-1:30 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#80012B 5 Saturdays (10-15 yrs.) Fee: $60<br />

1:30-2:30 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

TENNIS FOR CHILDREN & TEENS<br />

Students will learn power positions for putting<br />

topspin and slice on <strong>the</strong> ball plus o<strong>the</strong>r basics as<br />

needed for good movement. Bring 1 new can of<br />

tennis balls and tennis racket. Held off-campus.<br />

Ages: 8-18 yrs. Limit 8 students. Ages 12+ may<br />

also sign-up for Saturday Tennis - see page 24.<br />

SubEvent: Daphne Chinn Fee: $55<br />

#99682A 5 Fridays<br />

4:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

6


SOCCER ACADEMY FOR KIDS<br />

A soccer program for boys and girls who want to<br />

learn proper game techniques, including ball<br />

control, dribbling, passing & shooting. Team play<br />

and strategies will also be covered. Keep your body<br />

and mind healthy and join this fun and exciting<br />

class. Instructor is fluent in both English and<br />

Spanish. Bring soccer ball, soccer shoes and<br />

kneepads. Held off campus.<br />

SubEvent: Marleth Fernandez Fee: $50<br />

#80667A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:00-1:00 p.m. (4-7 yrs.)<br />

July 14-August 11<br />

#80667B 5 Saturdays Fee: $50<br />

1:00-2:00 p.m. (8-13 yrs.)<br />

July 14-August 11<br />

MUSICAL KEYBOARDING FOR CHILDREN<br />

Students will learn <strong>the</strong> correct fundamentals in<br />

playing <strong>the</strong> piano: Topics: Development in finger<br />

coordination, critical sense of listening; notations in<br />

pitch and rhythm; discipline in good practice habits<br />

with an appreciation of music through <strong>the</strong> piano,<br />

plus basic written <strong>the</strong>ory. Solo-ensemble repertoire<br />

will also be introduced. Ages: 6 & up. Intermediate<br />

requires: Basic knowledge of music note reading.<br />

Intermediate students will choose sheet music<br />

comparable to <strong>the</strong>ir level. Limit 12 students. Please<br />

bring your own keyboard to class.<br />

SubEvent: Mariam Avetisyan Fee: $55<br />

#80052A Sundays (Beg.)<br />

11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 1-29<br />

#80052B Fridays (Beg./Interm.) Fee: $55<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

#80052C Fridays (Beg./Interm.) Fee: $55<br />

7:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

PHOTOSHOP FOR KIDS<br />

Learn how professionals put toge<strong>the</strong>r <strong>the</strong> pictures<br />

you see in books, magazines, and <strong>the</strong> internet.<br />

We’ll show you how your creative mind can get<br />

started using <strong>the</strong> principles of graphic design using<br />

Adobe Photoshop. You will learn <strong>the</strong> concepts of<br />

shapes, lines, color combinations, and just having<br />

fun with it. We’ll guide you through every step to get<br />

you to create some cool art. Ages 9-15.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $65<br />

#80761A Monday-Thursday<br />

4:00-5:15 p.m.<br />

July 23-26<br />

CREATIVE MOVEMENT/ART MOVES<br />

Explore dance as a learning path into<br />

NEW<br />

<strong>the</strong> colorful and artful world of<br />

Creative Dance Art Movement.<br />

Journey thru dance history <strong>the</strong>mes,<br />

storytelling, and musicality. O<strong>the</strong>r topics<br />

include: focusing and listening skills, balance and<br />

physical coordination, utilization of personal and<br />

general space, artistic perception processing<br />

analyzation and responding to sensory information<br />

thru <strong>the</strong> language and skills unique to dance.<br />

SubEvent: Cynthia Miltenberger Fee: $50<br />

#80022A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

7<br />

GUITAR FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Come discover <strong>the</strong> true and fun <strong>way</strong> of<br />

learning how to play <strong>the</strong> guitar.<br />

This class will teach you proper<br />

finger coordination, how to tune<br />

your guitar and how to<br />

understand basic music notes.<br />

Bring acoustic guitar. Please<br />

bring book - Title of book is Guitar Method 1, 2 nd<br />

edition by Will Schmidt and Greg Koch, ISBN 0-<br />

7935-3392 can be purchased at The Guitar Center<br />

in Hollywood. Ages 10-16.<br />

SubEvent: Daniel Calderon Fee: $55<br />

#80061A 5 Saturdays<br />

3:00-4:30 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#80061B 5 Saturdays Fee: $55<br />

3:00-4:30 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

BALLET FOR CHILDREN<br />

An introduction to pre-ballet techniques for children.<br />

The program will focus on <strong>the</strong> basic positions,<br />

techniques, steps, and discipline of ballet. This<br />

workshop provides instruction on <strong>the</strong> correct use of<br />

<strong>the</strong> physical mechanics of motion encouraging <strong>the</strong><br />

spirit of dance in children. Enroll early!<br />

SubEvent: Cynthia Miltenberger Fee: $55<br />

#80021A 5 Saturdays (Ages 3-4)<br />

8:00-9:00 a.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#80021B 5 Saturdays (Ages 5-8) Fee: $55<br />

9:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#80021C Sandy Fe<strong>the</strong>rolf<br />

5 Fridays (Ages 3-8) Fee: $55<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

SubEvent: Cynthia Miltenberger Fee: $55<br />

#80021D 5 Saturdays (Ages 3-4)<br />

8:00-9:00 a.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

#80021E 5 Saturdays (Ages 5-8) Fee: $55<br />

9:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

#80021F Sandy Fe<strong>the</strong>rolf<br />

5 Fridays (Ages 3-8) Fee: $55<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

August 3-31<br />

SPANISH FOR KIDS<br />

An introductory class open to young people who<br />

want to learn <strong>the</strong> basic fundamentals of reading,<br />

writing and speaking Spanish. In addition to<br />

providing <strong>the</strong> practice needed to aid retention, this<br />

class will also provide <strong>the</strong> opportunity to develop a<br />

higher level of thinking skills as it aims at teaching<br />

how to use <strong>the</strong> language creatively. Students will<br />

be using a syllabus covering topics appropriate to<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir age and interest. Study materials will be<br />

provided at no extra cost. Emphasis will be placed<br />

on grammar, pronunciation and conversational<br />

exercises. Ages 18 & under.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $55<br />

#80777A 5 Thursdays<br />

5:15-6:15 p.m.<br />

July 5-August 2


GYMNASTICS FOR KIDS<br />

This class is designed to teach basic gymnastic<br />

skills to children with little or no experience.<br />

Emphasis is on floor exercises and tumbling skills.<br />

Gymnastic skills increase motor coordination<br />

muscular strength, flexibility, and endurance.<br />

Students will also acquire awareness about body<br />

movement and physical fitness. Each class begins<br />

with a comprehensive warm-up routine with an<br />

emphasis on flexibility. Wear athletic clothing.<br />

SubEvent: Ron Newsome Fee: $55<br />

#80031A 5 Saturdays (6-12 yrs.)<br />

2:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#80031B 5 Saturdays (3-5 yrs.) Fee: $55<br />

3:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#80031C 5 Saturdays (6-12 yrs.) Fee: $55<br />

2:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

#80031D 5 Saturdays (3-5 yrs.) Fee: $55<br />

3:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

TYPING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Learn how to type <strong>the</strong> fun, fast and <strong>easy</strong> <strong>way</strong>. Let<br />

your fingers do <strong>the</strong> talking! Students will type<br />

school reports, letters,<br />

homework and applications.<br />

Get <strong>the</strong> correct fundamentals<br />

on <strong>the</strong> computer keyboard<br />

which will pay off when <strong>the</strong>y<br />

enter enter college and <strong>the</strong><br />

business world. Students are encouraged to repeat<br />

if more practice or speedier progress is desired.<br />

Ages: 9+. At 3020 Wilshire Bl.<br />

SubEvent: Ryan Obando Fee: $50<br />

#80001A 4 Fridays<br />

4:30-5:30 p.m.<br />

July 6-27<br />

VIDEO GAME DESIGN FOR KIDS<br />

You may spend countless hours playing video<br />

games… but ever dreamed of creating your own<br />

game? If you’re ready to step up to <strong>the</strong> next level,<br />

join this class ‘cause you’re in for a load of fun.<br />

With Microsoft’s Kodu Game Lab you can let your<br />

creative mind explore <strong>the</strong> possibilities of creating<br />

your own game levels, adventures, and lots more –<br />

all without knowing a bit of complicated codes. If<br />

you can point and click a mouse, <strong>the</strong>n your on<br />

you’re <strong>way</strong> to creating your very own video game.<br />

Ages 9-15. You may bring your Xbox controller<br />

to class - Xbox controller must be wired, USB<br />

type. Limited to only 9 students.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $65<br />

#80766A Mon, Wed, Thurs.<br />

2:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 16, 18, 19<br />

PARK ON CAMPUS – PURCHASE A<br />

SUMMER PARKING PERMIT<br />

FOR ONLY $10.<br />

See Pg. 34<br />

8<br />

CHILDREN’S MUSICAL THEATRE<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Learn a popular <strong>the</strong>atre and musical stage<br />

scene and or song number from a<br />

well known Broad<strong>way</strong> show.<br />

Students will sing, dance and<br />

act out a stage scene, <strong>the</strong>y have<br />

learned in class. Come join this<br />

fun and exciting <strong>the</strong>atrical<br />

experience and bring out your fullest acting and<br />

artistic talents. No acting experience needed.<br />

SubEvent: Ann Monahan Fee: $65<br />

#82000A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:15-1:15 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

MAKE IT MARVELOUS WITH iMOVIE<br />

Lights, Camera, Action! This<br />

summer, learn <strong>the</strong> ins and outs<br />

of iMovie and how to make a<br />

film in about <strong>the</strong> time it takes to<br />

watch one. Add your own videos,<br />

NEW<br />

pictures, sound effects, quickly and easily! Then<br />

add cool visual effects and transition to make your<br />

next movie masterpiece. All with a click and a drag<br />

and a creative mind. Join this fun-filled class where<br />

kids become filmmakers. Mac computers will be<br />

used.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $55<br />

#86661A Mon, Wed, Thurs.<br />

3:45-5:00 p.m.<br />

July 16, 18, 19<br />

BASKETBALL FOR KIDS<br />

Hey kids want to perfect your<br />

Basketball skills and shape-up<br />

for <strong>the</strong> upcoming Basketball NEW<br />

season? Then welcome aboard<br />

because this Summer Basketball<br />

workshop will first drill you on rules and regulations<br />

of <strong>the</strong> game, students will <strong>the</strong>n incorporate <strong>the</strong>se<br />

rules with <strong>the</strong>ir drill exercises on <strong>the</strong> basketball<br />

court. Students will work on <strong>the</strong>ir dribbling and also<br />

perfect <strong>the</strong>ir shooting<br />

skills. Students will <strong>the</strong>n<br />

break into teams and fine<br />

tune <strong>the</strong>ir overall<br />

performance. Please<br />

bring basketball, wear<br />

tennis shoes, bring<br />

towel and bottled water. Open to boys and girls<br />

ages 9-13.<br />

SubEvent: Cass Fletcher Fee: $50<br />

#85511A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:00-10:30 a.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#85511B 5 Saturdays Fee: $50<br />

9:00-10:30 a.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

GOLF FOR YOUNG PEOPLE<br />

Hey Kids - come join <strong>the</strong> fun this Summer and learn<br />

how to play Golf. You don’t have to bring anything<br />

but yourselves. Golf clubs and balls provided by<br />

teacher. Learn correct posture, golf stance and<br />

what golf club to use, plus golf swing and stroke to<br />

use to get <strong>the</strong> best distance or shot. Ages 9-15.<br />

SubEvent: Frank Dessel Fee: $85<br />

#80050A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:45-10:45 a.m.<br />

July 7-August 4


COMPUTERS &<br />

THE INTERNET<br />

All PC/MAC classes held at ei<strong>the</strong>r:<br />

3020 Wilshire Blvd. 2 nd Floor or<br />

855 N. Vermont Av. (L.A.C.C.)<br />

Location of your class will be printed<br />

on your receipt - you can also check<br />

location of your class with<br />

Community Services Office:<br />

(323) 953-4000 extension: 2651.<br />

PC SOFTWARE CLASSES<br />

KEYBOARDING – BEGINNING TYPING<br />

With so many jobs and public institutions requiring<br />

a skill in proficient typing and <strong>the</strong> widespread use of<br />

email, learning to type is a very important asset.<br />

This class for beginners will cover basic job<br />

applications, business formats, and keyboard<br />

functions. Limit 9. One student per computer.<br />

SubEvent: Ryan Obando Fee: $60<br />

#12000A 4 Fridays<br />

6:00-8:00 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

July 6-27<br />

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS<br />

AND MICROSOFT WINDOWS<br />

Computers are so <strong>easy</strong> to use, right? This is a<br />

beginner’s course covering typical hardware and<br />

software, concepts and terminology of operating<br />

<strong>the</strong> PC in <strong>the</strong> home or business environment.<br />

Practice <strong>the</strong> basic computer fundamentals:<br />

powering up, creating files & folders, making<br />

backups, using Windows operating system and <strong>the</strong><br />

built-in accessories. Learn about all those keys on<br />

<strong>the</strong> keyboard, and how <strong>the</strong>y are used along with<br />

basic mouse operations. This recommended<br />

course will give a “newbie” <strong>the</strong> knowledge and<br />

confidence to handle most Windows applications.<br />

Basic typing skills needed.<br />

SubEvent: Lance Zakabi Fee: $85<br />

#12002A One Friday At 3020 Wilshire<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

June 22<br />

MICROSOFT EXCEL FOR WINDOWS<br />

Learn to use this leading<br />

Windows spreadsheet program<br />

to do your number crunching<br />

for you. Topics include: Basic<br />

worksheet navigation, and<br />

entry techniques, cell<br />

references, using <strong>the</strong> command<br />

groups & settings, formulas & functions, charts &<br />

graphs and simple database operations. Some<br />

experience with Windows is recommended.<br />

Register early - class is limited to only one<br />

student per computer. Class held at 3020<br />

Wilshire Blvd.<br />

SubEvent: Lance Zakabi Fee: $85<br />

#12120A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

June 29<br />

#12120B One Friday Fee: $85<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

August 3<br />

9<br />

MICROSOFT EXCEL - ADVANCED<br />

This seminar is designed for those already familiar<br />

with Excel basics and want to explore more<br />

advanced features. Topics to be covered will<br />

include cell formatting & customization, worksheet<br />

deployment, advanced formula concepts,<br />

conditional and logical functions, date/time<br />

calculations, string manipulation, pivot tables, and<br />

introduction to macros/VBA programming. Prerequisite:<br />

Knowledge of basic spreadsheet<br />

commands and functions. Limit 6 students. Class<br />

held at 3020 Wilshire Blvd.<br />

SubEvent: Lance Zakabi Fee: $95<br />

#12125A One Friday3020<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.<br />

July 6<br />

#12125B One Friday Fee: $95<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.<br />

August 10<br />

MICROSOFT ACCESS FOR WINDOWS<br />

Learn to use this leading Windows database<br />

program to track lists of customers, inventory,<br />

employees, etc. Topics include: Creating, modifying<br />

and sorting data tables; creating forms and reports;<br />

finding information with queries; a sample mailing<br />

list application. Previous experience with Windows<br />

would be helpful. Material fee of $5 payable at<br />

time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $90<br />

#12110A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 13<br />

MICROSOFT WORD 2010-ESSENTIALS<br />

ake <strong>the</strong> fast-track to<br />

T<br />

using this powerful word<br />

processing program. This<br />

course will cover all <strong>the</strong> basics<br />

including: page layout & templates,<br />

NEW<br />

editing & formatting, working with styles and<br />

<strong>the</strong>mes. Learn about <strong>the</strong> commands, galleries,<br />

wizards and keyboard shortcuts to easily create<br />

that perfect document. Also demonstrated: Headers<br />

& columns, and various tips and tricks. This is a<br />

hands-on class and enrollment is limited; <strong>the</strong>re is<br />

no material fee for this class. Student must bring<br />

a USB flash drive to class for saving example<br />

documents and practice files.<br />

SubEvent: Lance Zakabi Fee: $95<br />

#12150A 2 Wednesdays<br />

6:00-9:30 p.m.<br />

July 11 & 18<br />

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY<br />

Take pictures like a professional. Learn which is <strong>the</strong><br />

best camera to buy? What’s <strong>the</strong> difference between<br />

JPEG and RAW? These questions and more are<br />

answered in this seminar. Shoot better pictures,<br />

use email to send your photos to relatives and<br />

create stunning greeting cards, calendars and<br />

personalized posters using images from your<br />

digital camera. Make your snapshots sizzle and<br />

create jaw-dropping effects with a few simple clicks<br />

of <strong>the</strong> mouse. Bring your camera, instruction book<br />

and connector cables! Material fee of $5 payable<br />

at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $50<br />

#11110A One Thursday<br />

5:45-9:45 p.m. At 3020 Wilshire<br />

July 26


WEB DESIGN WORKSHOP<br />

A COMPLETE COURSE<br />

This introduction class creates a total web design<br />

experience. First you will acquire photos and<br />

images to be manipulated for <strong>the</strong> Web using<br />

Photoshop. Then using <strong>the</strong> latest Dreamweaver<br />

software, you will create a full-featured website.<br />

Learn how to add text, sounds, html, links and<br />

videos with relative ease. This class is designed<br />

for beg/intermediate graphic designers looking to<br />

become ei<strong>the</strong>r working professionals or just<br />

hobbyist at home. You will create and design your<br />

interactive webpage in class. Basic Windows<br />

and mouse experience needed. Limit 9.<br />

Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz Fee: $145<br />

#12009A 3 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

June 26-July 10<br />

#12009B 3 Thursdays Fee: $145<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

August 16-30<br />

COMPUTER REPAIR - BUILDING,<br />

CONFIGURATION & TROUBLESHOOTING<br />

Have you ever asked <strong>the</strong>se about your computer:<br />

“Is this processor fast enough?” “How<br />

much RAM do I need?”<br />

“Can I make my<br />

computer faster?” “How<br />

do I get rid of viruses?”<br />

Build up your skills in<br />

learning <strong>the</strong> ins and outs<br />

of your computer and see how<br />

everything works in that electronic box. You’ll get<br />

hands-on dissecting hardware and no longer be<br />

unfamiliar with optical drives, USB ports, hard<br />

drives, and more. You’ll also learn about <strong>the</strong><br />

software that runs on your computer and what<br />

steps you can take to keep it fast and virus free.<br />

includes basic tools to open up almost any<br />

computer. Beginners and experienced welcome.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $90<br />

#12003A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 14<br />

INTRODUCTION TO DREAMWEAVER<br />

CS5 FOR WINDOWS<br />

Learn <strong>the</strong> software that has to become <strong>the</strong> standard<br />

for Web design and production. Adobe<br />

Dreamweaver has many innovative features that<br />

make creating a web site as <strong>easy</strong> as A B C. Learn<br />

to work with links – rollovers – animated layers and<br />

much more. Step-by step instructions will guide you<br />

through <strong>the</strong> creation of your own web site in class.<br />

Pre-requisite: Experience with Windows is a must<br />

and good knowledge of keyboarding and mouse<br />

usage. Material fee of $5 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $115<br />

#12008A 2 Wednesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 25 & August 1<br />

Obtain a Certificate<br />

of Completion- $10.<br />

At least 90% of class<br />

must be attended.<br />

10<br />

Learn in a one-on-one environment. Our<br />

experienced and patient trainer will teach you how<br />

to use <strong>the</strong> computer on campus. All sessions are<br />

scheduled at your convenience and topics are<br />

based on your training need and level (absolute<br />

beginner, intermediate, or advanced). Customized<br />

one-on-one computer (PC or Apple) sessions are a<br />

minimum of two hours in length.<br />

SubEvent: Computer Staff Fee: 2 hrs. for $150<br />

#12222A By Scheduled Appointment<br />

#12222B Computer Staff Fee: 5 hrs. for $325<br />

By Scheduled Appointment<br />

(323) 953-4000<br />

Ext: 2651<br />

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5 FOR WINDOWS<br />

This class covers all <strong>the</strong> basic tools to enhance<br />

photos, create collages, and make restorations and<br />

design photo layouts. Learn some of <strong>the</strong> secrets of<br />

<strong>the</strong> professionals and discover why Photoshop is<br />

<strong>the</strong> standard for serious working photographers and<br />

artists world wide. This version from Adobe is<br />

compatible with all previous releases so what you<br />

learn here is easily adapted to o<strong>the</strong>r versions.<br />

Experience with Windows needed. Material fee of<br />

$5 payable at time of registration. Limit 9.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $115<br />

#11004A 2 Mondays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 9 & 16<br />

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT<br />

Need a presentation that really gets your point<br />

across? PowerPoint has everything you need to<br />

create a perfect presentation. Make eye catching<br />

color presentations to show from a computer or<br />

35mm slides, produce speaker notes, handouts<br />

and outlines; your documents will look professional!<br />

Use <strong>the</strong> built-in templates and wizards to add<br />

graphic effects and sound. Best of all, you can run<br />

your presentation on ANY WINDOWS COMPUTER<br />

– even if you do not have PowerPoint! Material fee<br />

of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $60<br />

#12140A One Monday<br />

5:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

July 2<br />

MANIPULATION OF IMAGES WITH<br />

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5 FOR<br />

GRAPHIC & WEB DESIGNERS<br />

Learn how to use Photoshop and it’s special effects<br />

to manipulate images and background for design<br />

and production of using layers, cuts, textures,<br />

filters, styles and manipulation and production of<br />

fonts and text creating wood, metallic, neon and<br />

o<strong>the</strong>r text styles using distortion, fill 3D, gradient<br />

and o<strong>the</strong>r tools. Limited enrollment. Material fee<br />

of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $95<br />

#11005A 2 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 24 & 31


ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CS5<br />

FOR WINDOWS<br />

Over <strong>the</strong> years Adobe Illustrator has become <strong>the</strong><br />

standard for vector illustration design. Artist,<br />

Illustrators and graphic designers use Illustrator to<br />

create vector-based graphics that can be easily<br />

rescaled without <strong>the</strong> loss of quality. You will work<br />

with designs, photos, line images and text to create<br />

eye-popping presentations that will put you in a<br />

new plateau of professional ability. This version<br />

from Adobe is compatible with all releases so what<br />

you learn here is easily adapted to o<strong>the</strong>r versions.<br />

Pre-requisite: Experience with windows & keyboard<br />

and mouse usage. Material fee of $5 payable at<br />

time of registration. Held at 3020 Wilshire Blvd.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $115<br />

#11003A One Friday<br />

9:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 27<br />

E-COMMERCE/ONLINE STORE<br />

WEBSITE DESIGN<br />

Learn how to create your own online store using a<br />

variety of online services, many<br />

being free or at little cost to<br />

you. Many of <strong>the</strong>se services<br />

require little or no knowledge<br />

of coding. You might even<br />

create your own website using<br />

content management system (CMS) such as<br />

Magento. Get hands-on instruction creating your<br />

own personalized online store. Stop<br />

procrastinating and putting off your excellent<br />

ideas and line of wonderful products. Let this<br />

class introduce your products to all <strong>the</strong> world!!!<br />

By <strong>the</strong> end of this class students will know how to:<br />

Create a store name & domain.<br />

Create homepage w/navigation.<br />

Manage your online products.<br />

Create payment methods for customers -<br />

PayPal, Credit card, etc.<br />

Prerequisites: Know how to use a keyboard and<br />

mouse; basic understanding of <strong>the</strong> Internet. Basic<br />

HTML may be introduced, but not required.<br />

Students are encouraged to register a domain<br />

name and website hosting services before or during<br />

class unless you already have your own.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $95<br />

#12011A Mon, Wed, Thurs.<br />

6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

June 25, 27 & 28<br />

#12011B Mon, Wed, Fri. Fee: $95<br />

6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

August 13, 15, & 17<br />

ADOBE INDESIGN CS5 FOR WINDOWS<br />

Design professional layouts for prints and digital<br />

publishing. Adobe InDesign provides precise<br />

professional control over typography and built-in<br />

creative tools for designing, preflighting and<br />

publishing documents for print or online. Create<br />

catalogs, yearbooks, advertising flyers or any o<strong>the</strong>r<br />

type of document you need. You can include<br />

interactivity, animation, video and sound in page<br />

layouts to fully engage readers. Must have working<br />

knowledge of computers & good keyboarding skills.<br />

Material fee of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

Held at 3020 Wilshire Blvd.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz Fee: $85<br />

#11055A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 20<br />

11<br />

MICROSOFT OFFICE<br />

This course provides an entry-level hands-on<br />

overview of Windows and three major components<br />

of <strong>the</strong> Microsoft Office<br />

suite: Word, Excel and<br />

PowerPoint. Instruction is<br />

designed for <strong>the</strong> new<br />

computer user and topics<br />

include: Windows basics;<br />

fundamental safety<br />

precautions; creating, editing and saving; formatting<br />

and printing Word documents, Excel worksheets<br />

and PowerPoint presentations; simple automation<br />

of repetitive tasks in Word; using Microsoft’s<br />

wizards and templates; formulas; cell referencing<br />

and creating a graph in Excel. Windows<br />

experience required. Material fee of $15<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: José Ruiz – Allegro Photo Fee: $125<br />

#12130A 3 Mondays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 23-August 6<br />

MAC SOFTWARE CLASSES<br />

INTRODUCTION TO THE MAC<br />

Are you new to <strong>the</strong> Mac? We’ll start with a brief<br />

history of this iconic platform, and build our <strong>way</strong> up<br />

to discover <strong>the</strong> fun and exciting things you and your<br />

Mac can do. Organize and clean up files with<br />

Finder; switch between programs with Expose and<br />

Spaces. Even see just how <strong>easy</strong> it is to switch back<br />

and forth from PC to a Mac. All you need to get<br />

started to become a Mac genius begins here.<br />

SubEvent: Angelo Almonte Fee: $60<br />

#13001A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.<br />

June 22<br />

INTRODUCTION TO FILM EDITING<br />

This class introduces students to <strong>the</strong> basics of film<br />

editing including organizing <strong>the</strong> workspace,<br />

architecture, workflow, settings, capturing,<br />

importing, editing, rendering, and exporting video<br />

projects viewable to multiple platforms, including<br />

web streaming. Using Final Cut Pro, students will<br />

master <strong>the</strong> fundamentals of <strong>the</strong> interface; add<br />

innovative cuts, transitions, compositing, zooming,<br />

and framing shots for <strong>the</strong> greatest visual impact.<br />

Special emphasis will be placed on introducing <strong>the</strong><br />

principles of film editing that work for all editing<br />

software. Enrollment limited to only 6 students.<br />

#13050A Kinga Brooks Fee: $185<br />

3 Thursdays (Beg.)<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

June 21-July 5<br />

#13050B 3 Mondays (Beg.) Fee: $185<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 23-August 6<br />

(323) 953-4000 x2651<br />

Register by phone!


ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ON THE MAC<br />

Learn <strong>the</strong> basic tools in Adobe Photoshop for<br />

graphic design, photo manipulation collage & layout<br />

photo restoration. You’ll be amazed at <strong>the</strong> things<br />

that you can do. This is an excellent program for<br />

photographers and graphic designers as well as<br />

fine arts. Pre-requisite: Introduction to <strong>the</strong><br />

Macintosh or equivalent. Held at 3020 Wilshire<br />

Blvd. Limit 9 students.<br />

SubEvent: Brian Shelton Fee: $135<br />

#13040A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

June 29<br />

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR ON THE MAC<br />

Adobe Illustrator is <strong>the</strong> most powerful vector<br />

drawing page design and production tool in <strong>the</strong><br />

world today, ideal for designers with a desire to<br />

elevate <strong>the</strong>ir work to a new vista of creativity. Learn<br />

how to draw and integrate text with your designs,<br />

illustrations, line art, images and photos. Learn how<br />

to create charts with illustrator. Prior Mac<br />

experience is helpful. Held at 3020 Wilshire Bl.<br />

Limit 9 students.<br />

SubEvent: Brian Shelton Fee: $135<br />

#13030A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 20<br />

ADOBE DREAMWEAVER ON THE MAC<br />

Learn how to use Dreamweaver from <strong>the</strong> leader’s<br />

Creative Suite to create full-featured websites even<br />

if you have no knowledge of Web design or HTML<br />

basics. Get acquainted with program features and<br />

become familiar with commonly used Web<br />

terminology. Gain hands-on experience and<br />

develop your Web design skills by using each new<br />

feature for real world Web site and Web page<br />

construction. Create forms using Java applets,<br />

downloading and customizing Dreamweaver<br />

extensions to expand <strong>the</strong> software’s range of<br />

capabilities. Prior Internet experience required.<br />

Enrollment is limited to only one student per<br />

Mac computer so register early to guarantee<br />

your spot. Limit 9 students.<br />

SubEvent: Ara Chouljian Fee: $115<br />

#13008A One Mon. & Wed.<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 9 & 11<br />

BUSINESS<br />

DEVELOPMENT<br />

CREATE YOUR OWN IMPORT/EXPORT<br />

BUSINESS: FULL-TIME OR HOME BASED<br />

Learn how to make full-time or part-time income<br />

from importing and exporting profitable products.<br />

Be your own boss; set your own schedule; work<br />

from home; travel to foreign lands. This workshop is<br />

fully tax deductible. Locate products and vendors<br />

overseas; locate distribution and sales reps in <strong>the</strong><br />

US, arrange transportation and insurance and how<br />

to maximize your profits through price scheduling.<br />

Material fee $15 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Shirley Knull Fee: $110<br />

#20016A Two Saturdays<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 21 & 28<br />

12<br />

BOOKKEEPING/ACCOUNTING ANALYSIS<br />

& CONCEPTS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM<br />

This is a hands-on course where students learn <strong>the</strong><br />

process of journalizing, posting, adjusting and<br />

closing a set of books for a make-shift business.<br />

Students will learn how to use <strong>the</strong><br />

trial balance sheet. In addition,<br />

students will learn horizontal<br />

analysis, vertical analysis, trend<br />

analysis and how financial ratios<br />

are used tin accessing <strong>the</strong><br />

company’s financial position.<br />

Students should bring a calculator to use when<br />

doing <strong>the</strong>ir analysis. A “Certificate of<br />

Completion” will be awarded upon completion<br />

of <strong>the</strong> course at no additional Charge. Material<br />

fee of $20 payable online before class starts at:<br />

community services.lacitycollege.edu/pay.html<br />

SubEvent: Kevin Farmer Fee: $115<br />

#20021A One Friday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

July 6<br />

QUICKBOOKS FUNDAMENTALS<br />

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM<br />

Learn <strong>the</strong> fundamentals of QuickBooks including,<br />

navigating <strong>the</strong> software, and setting up a company<br />

file, working with Lists, Bank Accounts,<br />

entering/paying bills, tracking/paying sales tax and<br />

reconciling bank accounts. This is a “hands on”<br />

course where students will use a computer to enter<br />

and process data. A Certificate of Completion<br />

will be awarded upon completion of this course.<br />

Material fee of $20 payable at time of<br />

registration. Prerequisite: Bookkeeping<br />

Analysis. Only one student per computer! This<br />

popular class filled-up instantly in <strong>the</strong> Spring<br />

season – register early!<br />

SubEvent: Ronald Scott Amie Fee: $115<br />

#20122A One Sunday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

July 8<br />

#20122B One Sunday Fee: $115<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

July 22<br />

QUICKBOOKS II - CERTIFICATION<br />

This is a hands on a course using some of <strong>the</strong><br />

more advanced features of QuickBooks including:<br />

Purchase Orders, Estimates, Customizing Forms<br />

and Reports, Fixed Asset Recording with<br />

Depreciation, Long Term Note amortization,<br />

Inventory tracking and adjusting, Petty Cash<br />

Accounting, Job Costing and Payroll set-up. A<br />

”Certificate of Completion” is included in <strong>the</strong><br />

material fee and will be awarded upon<br />

completion of <strong>the</strong> course. Material fee of $20<br />

payable at time of registration. Prerequisite:<br />

Quickbooks I. Only one student per computer!<br />

Limited to only 15 students!<br />

SubEvent: Ronald Scott Amie Fee: $115<br />

#20123A One Sunday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

August 12<br />

REGISTER EARLY<br />

BEFORE CLASSES<br />

FILL UP!!!


HOW TO LEGALLY START A<br />

NEW BUSINESS IN L.A.<br />

Stop procrastinating and set-up your business<br />

now! Start <strong>the</strong> money flow into your pockets!<br />

A quick and <strong>easy</strong> guide through <strong>the</strong> forest of<br />

regulation facing new business<br />

start-up in <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong>. This<br />

class is designed to quickly<br />

and painlessly cover<br />

everything you need to know<br />

about city and county tax<br />

forms, business licenses and<br />

reporting systems, payroll and income taxes, and<br />

federal and California requirements. Material fee of<br />

$15 payable online before class starts at:<br />

community services.lacitycollege.edu/pay.html<br />

SubEvent: Kevin Farmer Fee: $55<br />

#20013A One Friday<br />

10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.<br />

July 27<br />

MONEYMAKING USING YOUR COMPUTER<br />

Did you know that <strong>the</strong>re are more than 120 different<br />

businesses that you can operate from your<br />

computer? You don’t need a big investment to start<br />

any of <strong>the</strong>se businesses. This seminar will show<br />

you which businesses are hot and how you can<br />

take advantage of <strong>the</strong>m. This course includes<br />

training on how to expertly set up and operate a<br />

legally complete home based business that will<br />

allow you to make money your own <strong>way</strong>. Material<br />

fee of $30 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Nancy Miller/Mike Rounds Fee: $35<br />

#25544A One Wednesday<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

July 11<br />

LIVE – RENT FREE!!!<br />

Apartment Management Certificate Class<br />

Have you noticed all <strong>the</strong> high-rise buildings going<br />

up? All <strong>the</strong>se new apartment buildings need you<br />

as a manager – reap <strong>the</strong> benefits! This class will<br />

cover all <strong>the</strong> topics necessary to become an<br />

apartment manager; or, if you are a<br />

property/building owner, get <strong>the</strong> skills and laws<br />

needed to properly manage and facilitate your<br />

investment. Topics: Unlawful detainer/eviction laws<br />

& procedures. Rental lease-contracts, Rental<br />

marketing, Manager salary/benefits; Section 8,<br />

Rent control and more. Don’t put off your career<br />

as an apartment manager any longer! Register<br />

early to guarantee your spot in this class!<br />

SubEvent: Joseph Cavalin Fee: $100<br />

#20020A 3 Mondays<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

July 9-23<br />

#20020B 3 Wednesdays Fee: $100<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

August 15-29<br />

PARK ON CAMPUS – PURCHASE A<br />

SUMMER PARKING PERMIT<br />

FOR ONLY $10.<br />

See Pg. 34<br />

13<br />

PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING FOR THE<br />

CLUELESS<br />

Want to make six-figures speaking about what you<br />

know? Then enter <strong>the</strong> highly lucrative business of<br />

seminars, workshops, and professional speaking!<br />

You can profit by sharing your experience with<br />

people who are willing to pay for it. In this dynamic<br />

program you’ll learn how to: Make six figures<br />

speaking about what you know, apply as a trainer<br />

with seminar companies, book over 100 paid<br />

engagements in your first year of business, work<br />

with bureaus and agents, create profitable support<br />

products like books and audio products. .Material<br />

fee of $30 payable at time of registration .<br />

SubEvent: Mike Rounds Fee: $35<br />

#20017A One Wednesday<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

July 11<br />

CAREER<br />

DEVELOPMENT<br />

HOW TO BECOME A NOTARY PUBLIC<br />

This class will prepare students to pass <strong>the</strong> state<br />

examination. Effective July 1, 2005 this class must<br />

be approved by <strong>the</strong> Secretary of State. Topics:<br />

Requirements & duties of a Notary; Expectations<br />

regarding past/present convictions; How to prevent<br />

Lawsuits; keep/maintain a Notorial Journal; Acts<br />

constituting practice of Law; Bond requirements;<br />

When to use certificates; Illegal advertising;<br />

Guidelines for Notaries with expertise in<br />

immigration/consulting and disabled veterans<br />

services. Test dates and locations of <strong>the</strong><br />

examination conducted by <strong>the</strong> State of California.<br />

Prerequisites: No Felonies; 18 years of age; legal<br />

resident in State of California; Read, write and<br />

understand English; pass a background check.<br />

Material fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration. Students must be on time & bring a<br />

sack lunch.<br />

SubEvent: Barbara Douglas Fee: $80<br />

#25404A One Saturday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

July 21<br />

GRANT PROPOSALS: HOW TO FIND<br />

THEM AND HOW TO WRITE THEM<br />

There is a demand for good grant proposal writers<br />

in <strong>the</strong> public and nonprofit<br />

sectors, from Head Start<br />

childcare centers, schools,<br />

<strong>College</strong>s, Universities to faithbased<br />

organizations and<br />

community centers. Students will<br />

review basic steps toward seeking and writing<br />

promising grant proposals. Learn to identify<br />

community needs and budgeting costs to meet<br />

those needs, learn to ask for just <strong>the</strong> right amount<br />

of funding to fill that budget. Various types of grant<br />

proposals will be covered, from E-Forms to packet<br />

forms. Prepare for some hands-on practice.<br />

Internet experience recommended.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $55<br />

#25044A 2 Sundays<br />

12:00-3:00 p.m.<br />

July 22 & 29


SECURITY GUARD CERTIFICATION - Start<br />

to work in Security after getting certified in<br />

this class!!<br />

Start your career in Public Safety or Law<br />

Enforcement!! The security field is a 24hour<br />

operation and <strong>the</strong>re is a big demand<br />

for certified security professionals. It’s one<br />

of <strong>the</strong> few industries that grows and<br />

thrives in a challenging economy.<br />

Security Guard Certification is an 8<br />

hour training course required by <strong>the</strong><br />

Dept. of Consumer Affairs Bureau of<br />

Security & Investigative Services (BSIS)<br />

Stop procrastinating and get your certification –<br />

jump into this employable field, Open to both<br />

men & women. Simon Cruz Jr. is a BSIS<br />

Licensed/Certified Ranger master and Firearms<br />

instructor and trainer. Material fee of $10 payable<br />

at time of registration. Certification fee does not<br />

include Live Scan and Application Fees. Some of<br />

<strong>the</strong> Security jobs are: Mobile Patrol Officer,<br />

Body Guard, Special Events Officer, Public<br />

Safety Officer, Bank Officer, Patrol Officer.<br />

Register early before class fills-up!<br />

SubEvent: Simon Cruz Jr. Fee: $80<br />

#25033A One Saturday<br />

8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.<br />

August 4<br />

BECOME A PROFESSIONAL BARTENDER<br />

Start working after completing this class!<br />

Why pay hundreds of dollars more at o<strong>the</strong>r schools<br />

to learn bartending when this bartending class will<br />

cover all you need to know in <strong>the</strong> field of bartending<br />

and more! And yes, you can start bartending when<br />

you complete this class. As <strong>the</strong> economy struggles<br />

and employment worsens - Bartending jobs are in<br />

demand wherever you go! Bartending requires so<br />

much more than knowing how to put ice in a glass<br />

and adding <strong>the</strong> proper ingredients. Kellie will<br />

prepare you to be<br />

a great<br />

salesperson; a<br />

customer service<br />

expert and an<br />

honest/valuable<br />

employee with<br />

skills that will<br />

help you succeed<br />

in <strong>the</strong> real world<br />

of bartending.<br />

With <strong>the</strong> skills gained from Kellie Nicholson’s<br />

class and her notoriety in <strong>the</strong> Bartending world<br />

plus certificate of completion, her students<br />

have successfully secured bartending jobs after<br />

completing this class, Kellie’s clientele includes<br />

Will from <strong>the</strong> Black Eyed Peas, David Schwimmer,<br />

Jessica Simpson and Ashton Kucher. Material fee<br />

of $50 payable online to www.barbizz.com/pay<br />

before class starts. Those who score 90% or<br />

above on <strong>the</strong> tests will be awarded a Master’s<br />

Certificate of Excellence!<br />

SubEvent: Kellie Nicholson Fee: $150<br />

#25012A 3 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

August 7-21<br />

Obtain a Certificate<br />

of Completion- $10.<br />

At least 90% of class<br />

must be attended.<br />

14<br />

HOW TO BECOME A BODYGUARD<br />

Ever wonder how you could get<br />

a job protecting famous movie<br />

stars, high profile political<br />

people, famous rock and hip hop<br />

artist? This course is designed to<br />

NEW<br />

teach students <strong>the</strong> basics of executive security<br />

protection detail. This includes information of site<br />

survey, advance procedures; security posts,<br />

motorcade operations; <strong>the</strong> package and close<br />

proximity. Topic highlights: Intro to Dignity<br />

Protection, Mission, Cover and Evacuation <strong>the</strong><br />

Principal, Advanced Planning, Rings of Protection,<br />

Dress Etiquette, Ethics and DPU Unit Teamwork,<br />

Weapons, equipment and Medical Supplies,<br />

Advances and advance Exercise Protective<br />

Formations and Defensive Tactics for <strong>the</strong> Dignitary<br />

Protection Agent, Protecting <strong>the</strong> Dignitary<br />

Exercises. Upon successful completion of this<br />

seminar you will receive a certificate of<br />

completion. Material fee of $10 payable at time<br />

of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Simon Cruz Jr. Fee: $80<br />

#25666A One Saturday<br />

8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.<br />

August 11<br />

L.A. COUNTY FOOD SERVICE / FOOD<br />

HANDLERS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM<br />

(Class is held in English, but you may also<br />

take Food Certification exam in Spanish.)<br />

Get certified now!! Don’t risk having your<br />

food business shut down!!!<br />

Las clases se llevan a cabo en Inglés, pero el<br />

examen está disponible en Español también.<br />

The California Health and Safety Code, L.A. County<br />

Code/Ordinance 97-0071, requires mandatory<br />

Food Handler certification for managers/operators<br />

and/or o<strong>the</strong>r responsible parties of<br />

all restaurants, markets, mobile<br />

food preparation units,<br />

commissaries and food<br />

processing establishments. One<br />

certified food handler is required to<br />

be present during all hours of operation. This<br />

ordinance went into effect January 1999. Now is<br />

<strong>the</strong> time to get certified to protect your business<br />

and profession as a food service provider. This<br />

class is approved by <strong>the</strong> American Culinary<br />

Federation and L.A. County Health Department.<br />

Limit is 18 students. Exam will be given at this<br />

class. Material fee of $80 payable at time of<br />

registration for Serv Safe textbook and test<br />

scantron. If you have failed <strong>the</strong> test previously<br />

and already have <strong>the</strong> Serv Safe textbook, you<br />

have <strong>the</strong> option of only purchasing <strong>the</strong> test<br />

scantron for $50. Re-certification means your<br />

license has expired and you need to renew,<br />

registration fee is $110 and textbook with test<br />

scantron is $80. Be sure to pick-up your book<br />

with answers to examination in advance, as you<br />

will be taking your test on <strong>the</strong> same day of your<br />

class. This class has a limited enrollment.<br />

SubEvent: Anthony Battaglia Fee: $110<br />

#25050A One Friday<br />

9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.<br />

July 27<br />

#25050B One Friday Fee: $110<br />

9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.<br />

August 31


CREATIVE WRITING<br />

WRITE FOR MAGAZINES<br />

Too busy to write a novel? Too afraid to tackle a<br />

film or TV script? Start your writing career with<br />

shorter projects and magazine articles. Hundreds<br />

of publications need your words – find out how<br />

to earn an income sitting at <strong>the</strong> kitchen table or<br />

on <strong>the</strong> couch. Jack Adams has published articles<br />

in print & on-line for <strong>the</strong> past 20 years. As a writer,<br />

producer/developer of film & television projects,<br />

he’s listed in Marqui’s Who’s Who in Entertainment.<br />

SubEvent: Jack Adams Fee: $40<br />

#26030A One Sunday<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 15<br />

READ ALL DAY & GET PAID FOR IT!<br />

If you like to read and have a flair for writing, you<br />

can supplement your income as a freelance reader.<br />

Film studios and producers need to have hundreds<br />

of scripts and books read each day - and freelance<br />

readers are paid to do it. Find out where <strong>the</strong> jobs<br />

are and who to contact.<br />

You'll work with reader's<br />

reports, which show how<br />

to write coverage that<br />

delivers <strong>the</strong> necessary<br />

information. Learn how to<br />

build a professional portfolio that will land you <strong>the</strong><br />

most lucrative assignments. Material fee of $3<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jack Adams Fee: $40<br />

#26020A One Sunday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 15<br />

OH NO! GRAMMAR AGAIN!<br />

This is an intensive review of grammar as used in<br />

creative writing. Avoid writer’s block – overcome<br />

<strong>the</strong> feeling of powerlessness because you do not<br />

recall <strong>the</strong> grammar “rules of <strong>the</strong> game”. Discover<br />

<strong>the</strong> simple rules of grammar and composition – free<br />

yourself to write clear concise letters, reports, and<br />

e-mails. Learn why computerized grammar checks<br />

usually miss <strong>the</strong> most common grammatical errors.<br />

Material fee of $8 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Lisa Saperston Fee: $75<br />

#26010A One Mon. Two Fridays<br />

6:00-8:30 p.m.<br />

July 30, August 3, 10.<br />

ORAL PRESENTATION PRACTICE<br />

How are your English oral communication skills? Is<br />

English your 2 nd language? Do you feel shy or<br />

intimidated expressing your ideas in front of native<br />

English speakers? This class is designed to replace<br />

shyness/intimidation with lots of confidence and<br />

assertion. Feel more comfortable expressing<br />

yourself at work or in social settings. Perfect your<br />

American English pronunciation, learn essential<br />

expressions & phrases. Presented will be a series<br />

of exercises and role play scenarios to empower<br />

you to be a more polished speaker. Material fee of<br />

$15 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Lisa Saperson Fee: $75<br />

#73000A 4 Tuesdays<br />

7:00-9:30 p.m.<br />

July 10-31<br />

15<br />

MEDICAL CLASSES<br />

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I<br />

Students will study combining forms, prefixes,<br />

suffixes, Greek/ Latin verbs and<br />

adjectives used to construct<br />

medical terms. Also study <strong>the</strong><br />

skeletal system. This workshop is<br />

designed for those interested in<br />

health-science related occupations.<br />

Ages: 14+. Concurrent enrollment<br />

with Medical Terminology. ll & lll is O.K.<br />

Material fee of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: John Ramirez Fee: $65<br />

#29011A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:00-10:30 a.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#29011B 5 Saturdays Fee: $65<br />

9:00-10:30 a.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY II<br />

Enlarge your vocabulary through <strong>the</strong> study of <strong>the</strong><br />

major systems, along with <strong>the</strong> diseases and<br />

disorders associated with those systems. Systems<br />

to be covered include: muscular endocrinology,<br />

gastrointestinal, circulatory and respiratory. This<br />

class is designed for those interested in <strong>the</strong> healthscience<br />

occupations. Concurrent enrollment with<br />

Med. Term. I & III is O.K. Ages 14+. Material fee<br />

of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: John Ramirez Fee: $65<br />

#29012A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#29012B 5 Saturdays Fee: $65<br />

10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY III<br />

Complete your vocabulary in health sciences<br />

studying <strong>the</strong> remaining major systems along with<br />

<strong>the</strong> diseases and disorders of <strong>the</strong>se systems.<br />

Systems to be covered include: genito-urinary,<br />

nervous system, integumentary systems, eye, ear,<br />

nose, mouth (<strong>the</strong> senses). This medical class is<br />

designed for those interested in health science<br />

related occupations. Concurrent enrollment with<br />

Med. Term. I & ll is O.K. Ages 14+. Material fee<br />

of $5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: John Ramirez Fee: $65<br />

#29013A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:30-2:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#29013B 5 Saturdays Fee: $65<br />

12:30-2:00 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 5<br />

SAVE MONEY! Complete ALL of your<br />

Medical Terminology classes QUICKLY by<br />

enrolling in Medical Terminology 1,2,3<br />

concurrently, and when completed save<br />

money by paying only $10 to have ALL 3<br />

Medical Terminology classes put onto one<br />

Certificate of Completion !!!


ICD-9/CPT-4 CODING FOR<br />

MEDICAL INSURANCE<br />

Learn to use <strong>the</strong> ICD-9 and CPT-4 coding systems<br />

required by insurance companies including HMOs,<br />

commercial indemnity insurance, Medicare & Medi-<br />

Cal. Get knowledge of assigning diagnostic codes<br />

to patients' conditions and procedural codes to<br />

physicians' services. Cost of ICD-9 books $170 +<br />

$15 for material handouts are payable at time of<br />

registration. Pre-requisites are: Medical<br />

Terminology I, II, and III. No class September 1.<br />

SubEvent: Lilly Sarino Fee: $145<br />

#29021A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:30-5:00 p.m.<br />

August 11-September 15<br />

MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING<br />

Students will get a thorough know-how of billing all<br />

3 rd party payers for physicians’ charges. Claim<br />

requirements for Workman’s Comp/Champus<br />

HMO’s, Medicare/Medi-Cal will be covered & claim<br />

forms will be completed for each. Pre-requisite:<br />

Working knowledge of Medical Terminology I, II, III,<br />

and ICD-9/CPT-4 coding. BRING YOUR ICD-<br />

9/CPT-4 CODING BOOKS! Material fee of $20<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Lilly Sarino Fee: $145<br />

#29022A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:30-5:00 p.m.<br />

September 22-October 20<br />

HOW TO START A HOME-BASED<br />

MEDICAL BILLING SERVICE<br />

Want to maximize your income? Than consider<br />

starting your own Home-Based Billing Service.<br />

Small home-based medical businesses earn<br />

$75,000 to $150,000 per year! Physicians must file<br />

claims electronically if <strong>the</strong>y expect to be paid by<br />

Medicare. Most medical practices receive more<br />

than 80% of <strong>the</strong>ir income from insurance<br />

companies; <strong>the</strong> rest is derived from patient billing.<br />

Learn Marketing Strategies, how to get paid for<br />

your services; patient information sheet/charge<br />

tickets; how to obtain hardware and software;<br />

Introduction to insurance verification; how to obtain<br />

a license and write a business plan. Material fee of<br />

$5 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: John Ramirez Fee: $45<br />

#29000A One Saturday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

August 25<br />

COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL<br />

INSURANCE BILLING<br />

Learn how to input patient information, insurance<br />

data. Generate insurance claim forms statements,<br />

collection letters, edit lists, required forms in a<br />

business office to facilitate productive operations.<br />

You will actually set up a typical practice, inputting<br />

raw data from course documents. This hands-on<br />

class is recommended for working in medical<br />

facilities. Prerequisites: Basic computer,<br />

knowledge of ICD-9/CPT & HCPCS Coding and<br />

basic principles of Medical Insurance Billing.<br />

SubEvent: Lilly Sarino Fee: $95<br />

#29023B One Sunday<br />

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.<br />

August 5<br />

#29023A One Sunday Fee: $95<br />

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.<br />

October 21<br />

16<br />

C.P.R. CERTIFICATION<br />

CARDIO-PULMONARY RESUSCITATION FOR<br />

PROFESSIONAL RESCUER<br />

Learn how to perform C.P.R. on adult and infants.<br />

This class will cover all <strong>the</strong> educational and handson<br />

procedures you need to understand when<br />

administering C.R.R. C.P.R. certification is now a<br />

must for caretakers, teachers, lifeguards, rescue<br />

workers and hospital personnel. Just by attending<br />

this one day class could save a loved one. A<br />

C.P.R./FPR certificate will be awarded upon<br />

successful completion. C.P.R. book required:<br />

Stock #652168 available at American Red Cross<br />

501 Shatto Place #100. Material fee of $27<br />

payable at time of registration for certificate.<br />

Limited to only 8 students!<br />

SubEvent: Ramon Navarro Fee: $65<br />

#29015A One Sunday<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

June 24<br />

#29015B One Sunday Fee: $65<br />

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

August 19<br />

UNDERSTANDING CALIFORNIA<br />

WORKER’S COMPENSATION AND<br />

PERSONAL INJURY BILLING AND<br />

COLLECTIONS<br />

If you plan to work in <strong>the</strong><br />

medical field, no doubt you will<br />

encounter instances that<br />

require correct knowledge on<br />

NEW<br />

handling Worker’s Compensation and Personal<br />

Injury Billing and collections. Learn more about how<br />

to bill Worker’s Compensation and Personal Injury<br />

cases. This class will teach you <strong>the</strong> rules that<br />

apply to billing and collecting for <strong>the</strong> services<br />

rendered in healthcare and tips on how to get<br />

paid. Learn what are <strong>the</strong> first steps when <strong>the</strong><br />

patient arrives with a work or personal injury, There<br />

will be an overview of California’s Workers<br />

Compensation rules, also an overview of Personal<br />

Injury case(s), Coding and Billing rules, Liens and<br />

how to negotiate for maximum reimbursement. Prerequisite:<br />

Medical Insurance Billing.<br />

SubEvent: Denise Sandoval Fee: $75<br />

#29888A 2 Thursdays<br />

6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 26 & August 2<br />

Register by phone!<br />

(323) 953-4000 x2651


ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD SYSTEM<br />

TECHNOLOGIST<br />

Employment of professionals in <strong>the</strong><br />

NEW<br />

electronic Health Records field is<br />

expected to grow 20 percent by<br />

2018. As an Electronic Health<br />

Records System Technologist (HER)<br />

you will assist healthcare providers to choose,<br />

implement, train and maintain an electronic health<br />

records system. You will learn <strong>the</strong> essential<br />

components of <strong>the</strong> electronic health record and<br />

health information exchange essentials; system<br />

selection and implementation; project management<br />

and fundamentals of change and human factors.<br />

This program is 216 hours in length over 18 weeks<br />

offered entirely online with live, weekly<br />

teleconferences. Health information Technology is<br />

one of <strong>the</strong> hottest careers in healthcare today! By<br />

2014 all Medical facilities will be using electronic<br />

health records. You can be <strong>the</strong> bridge that helps<br />

that helps to make that transition! Start a new<br />

career in a growing medical profession today!<br />

Upon successful completion graduates will<br />

receive a certificate of completion.<br />

SubEvent: Boston Reed Staff Fee: $3,600<br />

#EHR120701<br />

Classes start monthly<br />

Please call for details (800) 201-1141<br />

CERTIFIED MASSAGE PRACTIONER<br />

(CMP) PROGRAM<br />

Due to <strong>the</strong> passage of California<br />

Assembly Bill 619, all Massage<br />

Practitioners and Therapists<br />

must be state-licensed as of<br />

NEW<br />

January 2012. This program will provide a<br />

comprehensive knowledge and <strong>the</strong> necessary skills<br />

to perform <strong>the</strong> occupational duties as it pertains to<br />

an educated, well-balanced Massage Practitioner.<br />

It is also <strong>the</strong> perfect career to offer you <strong>the</strong> “beyour-own-boss”<br />

freedom. This course teaches<br />

Acupressure Massage with herbal oil treatment and<br />

provides <strong>the</strong> student with increased sensitivity and<br />

understanding of <strong>the</strong> physic-structural process<br />

which shapes body and mind. This course will also<br />

cover: Acupressure. Swedish Massage, Foot<br />

Reflexology, Physiology, Shiatsu and Business<br />

Theory and Ethics. The practitioner will be able to<br />

best meet <strong>the</strong> needs of <strong>the</strong>ir clients by using <strong>the</strong><br />

different modalities of massage, and by balancing<br />

<strong>the</strong> body with Western Eastern massage<br />

techniques. Upon successful completion of this<br />

250 hour program, graduates will receive a<br />

certificate of completion and become eligible to<br />

apply for registration as a Certified Massage<br />

Practitioner in <strong>the</strong> State of California. Minimum<br />

18 years of age.<br />

SubEvent: Pacific Rim Institute Foundation<br />

#CMP120625 Fee: $3,125<br />

Monday thru Friday<br />

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.<br />

June 25-August 8<br />

For details please call: (800) 396-1071<br />

Obtain a Certificate<br />

of Completion- $10.<br />

At least 90% of class<br />

must be attended.<br />

REAL ESTATE &<br />

FINANCE<br />

HOW TO BUY A HOUSE OR CONDO<br />

Get detailed “how to” information on forms and<br />

instructions necessary to buy a new or existing<br />

house or condo Have <strong>the</strong> real estate<br />

professionals work for you, not against you; get<br />

<strong>the</strong> best house in your price range, learn about<br />

eligibility for government mortgage financing.<br />

Make an offer & negotiate with <strong>the</strong> seller. Material<br />

fee of $10 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Reyna Fee: $40<br />

#27040A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

June 23<br />

HOW TO INVEST IN REAL ESTATE<br />

WITH LITTLE OR NO MONEY DOWN<br />

Get on <strong>the</strong> path to a business opportunity with no<br />

experience and little initial capital. This class is<br />

designed to assist you in obtaining <strong>the</strong> financial<br />

success you deserve. Our Nation is one of <strong>the</strong> few<br />

that enable and encourage private ownership of<br />

real estate. Although traditional methods may delay<br />

<strong>the</strong> dream of home ownership/investment for some,<br />

with <strong>the</strong> knowledge and skills that we will share in<br />

this class, even <strong>the</strong> most strapped can acquire<br />

wealth through real estate. Material fee of $10<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Jose Reyna Fee: $40<br />

#27046A One Saturday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 21<br />

CLASES EN<br />

ESPAÑOL<br />

APRENDA A COSER<br />

Desarrolle su creatividad aprendiendo a coser.<br />

Curso para hombres y mujeres. No necesita previa<br />

experiencia. Las lecciones incluyen: como operar la<br />

máquina de coser, como tomar medidas, cortar con<br />

patron, escoger y preparar las telas antes de<br />

cortar, técnicas básicas de construcción Traer el<br />

primer día: lápiz, cinta métrica-de 60 pulgadas, 3<br />

½ yardas tela de algodón, Tijeras, agujas/alfileres<br />

hilo y descosedor. Edad mínima 16 años. No se<br />

permiten acompañantes ni niños en clase. Lista<br />

de materiales se le dará al momento de<br />

registrarse.<br />

SubEvent: Rosy Espinoza Cuota: $80<br />

#30111A 5 Domingos - Basico<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.<br />

24 de Junio-22 de Julio<br />

ARTES MARCIALES PARA<br />

ADOLECENTES<br />

Esta es una introducción a las tecnicas de defensa<br />

propia para adolecentes. Aprenda los fundamentos<br />

de defensa propia por medio de Kung-Fu, Judo y<br />

Jiu-Jitsu. Por medio de estos ejercios usted puede<br />

mejorar fisica y saludablemente. La clase es para<br />

niños y niñas. Edad 13 años y adelante.<br />

SubEvent: Rafael Ortiz Cuota: $55<br />

#80201A 5 Domingos<br />

10:00-11:30 a.m.<br />

24 de Junio-22 de Julio<br />

17


DISEÑOS FLORALES l<br />

Le gustaría aprender a crear sus propios arreglos<br />

florales usando flores frescas? Con esta clase<br />

podrá hacer arreglos de diferentes estilos,<br />

redondos, ovalados, con diseños, etc. Esta es una<br />

excelente clase para el principiante. Favor de traer<br />

un cuchillo pequeño y tijeras especiales para cortar<br />

alambre. No olvide de traer periódico. La cuota de<br />

materiales de $40 se paga al momento de<br />

registrarse.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Cuota: $65<br />

#30131A 3 Sábados (Beg.)<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

30 de Junio – 14 de Julio<br />

DISEÑOS FLORALES II<br />

Esta es la segunda fase de arreglos florales en la<br />

que aprenderá a usar diferentes tipos de vases;<br />

además aprenderá hacer arreglos más elaborados,<br />

como un topiary, un centro de mesa para las<br />

fiestas u ocasiones especiales. Traer un cuchillo<br />

pequeño y tijeras especiales para cortar alambre.<br />

No olvide de traer periódico. La cuota de<br />

materiales de $40 se paga al momento de<br />

registrarse.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Cuota: $65<br />

#30132A 3 Sábados<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

21 de Julio-4 de Agosto<br />

DISEÑOS FLORALES PARA BODAS<br />

Le gustaría aprender a crear arreglos con flores<br />

frescas para bodas, quinceañeras, aniversarios,<br />

etc. En esta clase aprenderá hacer un ramo de<br />

novia, centro para la mesa principal y corsages<br />

para la corte. Traer un cuchillo pequeño tijeras<br />

regulares para cortar alambre. No olvide de traer<br />

papel periódico. La cuota de materiales de $25 se<br />

page al momento de registrarse. Pre-requisito:<br />

Diseños Florales l.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Cuota: $65<br />

#30133A Un Sábado<br />

9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

11 de Agosto<br />

Al termino de clases<br />

puede obtener un<br />

Certificado por $10.<br />

Debe atender por lo<br />

menos el 90% de las<br />

clases.<br />

GELATINAS FLORALES<br />

Elabore hermosas gelatinas con diseños florales y<br />

gane dinero a la vez. Maria le enseñara a preparar<br />

gelatinas individuales (con diseños de girasoles,<br />

margaritas y crisantemos) en tan solo una clase.<br />

Trabajará en gelatinas individuales que podra llevar<br />

a casa para impresionar familiares y amigos. La<br />

cuota de materiales de $10 se paga al momento<br />

de registrarse.<br />

SubEvent: Maria Elena Aguilar Cuota: $45<br />

#30220A Un Sábado<br />

9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

14 de Julio<br />

#30220B Un Sábado Cuota: $45<br />

1:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

14 de Julio<br />

18<br />

DECORACION DE PASTELES - Básico<br />

Te ofrecemos la oportunidad de tomar clases de<br />

decoración de pasteles donde no solo encontrarás<br />

una enseñanza que te ayudará a desarrollarse<br />

económicamente sino que podrás<br />

adquirir conocimiento básico y<br />

festejar a tus seres queridos. No<br />

olvides de pedir tu lista de No se<br />

permiten acompañantes ni niños<br />

en clase. La Cuota de materiales<br />

de $7 se paga al momento de<br />

registrarse. Límite de solo 18 estudiantes. No<br />

clase Julio 7.<br />

SubEvent: Connie Vasquez Cuota: $60<br />

#30232A 4 Sábados<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.<br />

23 de Junio – 21 de Julio<br />

DECORACION DE PASTELES – Intermedio<br />

Si entiendes que estás listo para subir un escalón<br />

más en el aprendizaje de la decoración de pasteles<br />

te animo a perfeccionarte en el curso intermedio<br />

donde apprenderás a usar algunas tecnicas de<br />

decoración un poco más avanzadas, desde<br />

pasteles de cumpleaños animados hasta varios<br />

pisos. Nota: No olvides pedir tu lista de materiales<br />

al momento de registrarte y pagar tu La cuota de<br />

materiales de $7 se paga al momento de<br />

registrarse. Pre-requisito: Decoración de<br />

Pasteles Básico.<br />

SubEvent: Connie Vasquez Cuota: $60<br />

#30233A 4 Sábados<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

21 de Julio – 11 de Agosto<br />

CONSUMER<br />

EDUCATION<br />

AIR/CONDITIONING SERVICE AND<br />

MAINTENANCE<br />

This Summer why not learn how<br />

maintain your AC system and<br />

save money. Air filters and air flow<br />

NEW<br />

is very important to <strong>the</strong> air<br />

conditioning system. About 40-50% of service calls<br />

are made for a technician to<br />

come to a home, to see why<br />

<strong>the</strong>re is no air flow in <strong>the</strong><br />

house. In this seminar you will<br />

attain <strong>the</strong> knowledge to<br />

effectively diagnose air<br />

problems to make repairs<br />

accurately and in a timely manner. The instructor<br />

will show you how and why you need to replace air<br />

filters on <strong>the</strong> air handler; how to clean <strong>the</strong><br />

conditioner coil and learn <strong>the</strong> importance of air flow<br />

and <strong>the</strong> safety nets before you work on a unit.<br />

Open to all!<br />

SubEvent: Roberto Sanchez Fee: $65<br />

#43888A 2 Saturdays<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 14 & 21<br />

REGISTER EARLY<br />

BEFORE CLASSES<br />

FILL UP!!!


G.E.D. PREPARATION WORKSHOP<br />

(Para Estudiantes de Español También)<br />

This class is designed to prepare students for <strong>the</strong><br />

five tests incorporated in <strong>the</strong> General<br />

Education Development (G.E.D.)<br />

examination. Each of <strong>the</strong> five subject<br />

areas (Reading, Math, Science,<br />

Social Studies and Writing) will be<br />

reviewed and presented. Emphasis<br />

will be on content of G.E.D. exam,<br />

plus students will have some practice<br />

examinations. Get G.E.D. book details and<br />

materials upon registration. Don’t put off getting<br />

your G.E.D./High School diploma any longer,<br />

Register early to guarantee your spot! Limited<br />

Enrollment.<br />

SubEvent: Staff Fee: $75<br />

#42104A 5 Saturdays<br />

3:30-6:00 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

LOOK WHO’S UNDER THE HOOD!!!<br />

-- WOMEN’S CAR CARE CLASS<br />

Women are involved in over 80% of all car related<br />

purchases yet many feel<br />

alienated or clueless when<br />

purchasing or repairing a<br />

vehicle. In this “hands-on”<br />

workshop students will<br />

quickly learn how to check<br />

fluids, check tires, understand<br />

vehicle brakes and o<strong>the</strong>r<br />

common car repairs. Discussion will focus on<br />

how to avoid <strong>the</strong> 4 most common repair<br />

“scams” used to defraud <strong>the</strong> motorist. Wear old<br />

clo<strong>the</strong>s and solid shoes! Held off campus in North<br />

Hollywood. Bring water & hat.<br />

SubEvent: Karen Valenti Fee: $35<br />

#99431A Owner N. Hollywood Discount Auto Repair<br />

One Sunday<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 15<br />

#99431B One Sunday Fee: $35<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

August 19<br />

BICYCLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR<br />

Topics to be presented: Brake<br />

adjustment, shifter adjustment,<br />

fixing and preventing flats, plus<br />

chain repair/lubrication to<br />

keep your bike street safe<br />

and healthy. Discover how<br />

to shop for a new or used<br />

bike and get <strong>the</strong> best deal on price and service.<br />

Bike handling and safety tips will also be presented.<br />

You may bring your own bike to work on or work on<br />

bikes at class. Don’t forget to bring your bike<br />

questions. This hands-on workshop will be a well<br />

worth investment for your bike and your health.<br />

Intermediate Bike Repair will cover even more<br />

repair techniques such as wheel alignment,<br />

emergency quick bike repair, and more tips to<br />

prolong <strong>the</strong> life of your bike.<br />

SubEvent: David Lane Fee: $40<br />

#43010A 2 Fridays (Beg.)<br />

6:30-8:30 p.m.<br />

July 27 & August 3<br />

#43010B 2 Fridays (Interm.) Fee: $40<br />

6:30-8:30 p.m.<br />

August 17 & 24<br />

19<br />

COOKING/FOODS<br />

LA CUCINA ITALIANA<br />

Everybody loves… delicious Italian food! Learn<br />

how to prepare step by<br />

step popular Italian dishes<br />

that you can make at<br />

home and impress your<br />

friends and family. This is<br />

a fun and casual class<br />

that is taught by native Italian Chef Giuseppe<br />

Mannara. In this class you will learn <strong>the</strong> dishes of<br />

Giuseppe’s Sou<strong>the</strong>rn Italian hometown plus<br />

Informative travel tips and interesting cultural<br />

stories will be shared during <strong>the</strong> cooking<br />

demonstration and tasting. Please bring ”to go”<br />

food containers. Material fee of $20 payable at<br />

time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Giuseppe Mannara Fee: $85<br />

#45111A 4 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

August 7-28<br />

CUPCAKE BAKERY DECORATING<br />

This new trend in decorating and<br />

customizing tasteful cupcakes will<br />

brighten up anyone’s day. Join<br />

Professional Bakery/Pastry chef<br />

Youlen Chan as he walks you thru <strong>the</strong><br />

NEW<br />

steps on how to skillfully master <strong>the</strong> fine details of<br />

intricate edible designing. You will be <strong>the</strong> hit of any<br />

social ga<strong>the</strong>ring, everyone will think you paid a<br />

bakery catering service. Topics: measuring and<br />

stenciling your ideas/designs before actual handson<br />

decorating. Proper & cleanest <strong>way</strong> to work with<br />

cupcakes on wax paper. color contrast and color<br />

combining on your designs Design anything from<br />

cartoons, scenery to detailed lettering. Material<br />

fee of $15 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Youlen Chan Fee: $45<br />

#45021A Phoenix Bakery Pastry Chef<br />

2 Tuesdays<br />

6:30-8:30 p.m.<br />

August 21 & 28<br />

FABULOUS SALADS!!!<br />

Summer is here! Join us for a day of delicious,<br />

colorful and mouth watering salads. Chef Jessie<br />

puts a lot of effort on preparing healthy foods using<br />

seasonal fresh and unprocessed ingredients. In<br />

this class your instructor will show you how to<br />

prepare classic and <strong>easy</strong> to make dressings for<br />

your salads. Material fee of $12 payable in<br />

class. All are Welcome !<br />

SubEvent: Jesse Sanchez Fee: $40<br />

#45222A One Saturday<br />

1:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

July 21<br />

Register by phone!<br />

(323) 953-4000 x2651


MEDITERRANEAN AUTHENTIC<br />

APPETIZERS<br />

Join cooking instructor Karine Arutyunyan as she<br />

demonstrates how to make healthy, simple and<br />

flavorful au<strong>the</strong>ntic Mediterranean appetizers -<br />

Babaganoush (barbecued eggplant dip); hommus<br />

(garbanzo bean dip) that does twice it’s job,<br />

working as tasty appetizers with toasted pocket<br />

bread or used with sliced vegetables as a delicious<br />

dip. Plus Beet/walnut salad with its rich and creamy<br />

taste is a long time favorite and crowd pleaser.<br />

These inspirational appetizers will satisfy first time<br />

cooks & culinary experts. This food demonstration<br />

will allow students to taste & sample all wonderful<br />

dishes in class. Bring 3 small food containers.<br />

Material fee of $7 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Karine Arutyunyan Fee: $40<br />

#45999A One Saturday<br />

9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.<br />

June 30<br />

SUSHI MAKING<br />

Delicious and nutritious<br />

sushi is deceptively <strong>easy</strong> to<br />

create in any kitchen. Learn<br />

how to select tasty<br />

ingredients, roll and garnish<br />

sushi. Please bring 2 bowls<br />

(soup size bowls), hand<br />

towel, cutting knife (nonserrated),<br />

and a small<br />

cutting board. Material fee<br />

of $20 payable at time of<br />

registration - covers all<br />

Sushi & materials.<br />

SubEvent: Kenji Ishida Fee: $35<br />

#45040A One Tuesday<br />

7:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

August 14<br />

VEGAN COOKING<br />

Join Chef Jesse Sanchez and enhance your<br />

understanding of a plant-based diet, which contains<br />

high amounts of protein, vitamins, minerals, and<br />

complex carbohydrates. Jesse will show you how<br />

to replace meat products, maintain vitamins and<br />

nutrients in vegetables and legumes. This is a<br />

demonstration class and does not include hands-on<br />

participation, students will sample food. Chef Jesse<br />

Sanchez has 25 years experience and earned over<br />

20 medals (Silver Medal 2008 California Olive Oil &<br />

Silver Medal 2007 Cheese Council),Executive Sous<br />

Chef/instructor at L.A. Mission <strong>College</strong>. Material<br />

fee of $12 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Chef Jesse Sanchez Fee: $40<br />

#45666A One Saturday<br />

10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

August 4<br />

CAKE DECORATING<br />

A basic step-by-step instruction to fundamental<br />

cake decorating. This class will show you skills in<br />

color mixing, borders, tool description, basic rose,<br />

simple floral arrangement and figure piping. A good<br />

course for <strong>the</strong> career oriented or hobbyist. Material<br />

fee of $30 payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Grace Wong, Fee: $75<br />

#45020A Swiss Trained Pastry Chef<br />

4 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

1:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

June 24-15<br />

20<br />

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CARVING<br />

Come and enjoy <strong>the</strong> fascinating art of Vegetable &<br />

Fruit carving. I will demonstrate how to create <strong>the</strong>se<br />

delicate beautiful art form. I will present decorative<br />

carving techniques that will allow you to create<br />

dazzling center pieces & elegant garnishes for<br />

Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Birthdays &<br />

special occasions. Material fee of $7 payable at<br />

time of registration. Limit only 12 students.<br />

SubEvent: Karine Arutyunyan Fee: $45<br />

#45045A One Saturday<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

July 14<br />

DEHYDRATION FOODS<br />

AND SNACKS<br />

The goal is to aid students to<br />

NEW<br />

understand <strong>the</strong> process of food<br />

dehydration, and to guide you to select<br />

organic and natural foods and vegetables. The<br />

advantage of dehydration is to preserve and<br />

store food at a low cost with less space. Come<br />

join Jesse for a day of quality food preservation. All<br />

are welcome !<br />

SubEvent: Jesse Sanchez Fee: $40<br />

#45333A One Saturday<br />

10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

July 21<br />

AUTHENTIC TAMALE MAKING<br />

Au<strong>the</strong>ntic tamales, prepared and served in<br />

cornhusks make an exciting presentation for all<br />

occasions. Traditionally in Latin culture, Tamales<br />

are hand made<br />

and freshly<br />

served on<br />

Christmas day.<br />

Learn how to fold<br />

and steam great<br />

tasting tamales<br />

and obtain<br />

delicious tamale recipes. Come join us in this<br />

exciting traditional tamale making class and<br />

impress family and guests in time for this holiday<br />

season. Bring 1 large food container, 4 mediumsized<br />

bowls, Hand Towel, and 3 tablespoons.<br />

Material fee of $15 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Maria Luz Carrillo Fee: $35<br />

#45114A One Saturday<br />

1:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 14<br />

DIPPED & MOLDED CHOCOLATES<br />

Chocolates shaped like stars, seashells, witches,<br />

and Santa Claus are great for parties and gifts –<br />

and <strong>easy</strong> to make! Chocolate dipped strawberries &<br />

pretzels, are fast and fun treats. Make <strong>the</strong>se for <strong>the</strong><br />

holidays and all your special occasions. We will<br />

also discuss where to purchase supplies and tips<br />

on packaging and transporting your chocolates.<br />

Material fee of $15 payable at time of<br />

registration. Adult helper must accompany<br />

children under 12. Please be on time <strong>the</strong>re will be<br />

no class make-up. Limit 15 students.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee: $30<br />

#45025A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 20


MUSIC & VOICE<br />

LEARNING TO READ MUSIC<br />

This workshop is designed to help you read <strong>the</strong><br />

universal language of printed music and translate<br />

musical notations to <strong>the</strong> instrument of your choice.<br />

Topics covered: notes, time-values, sharps, key<br />

and key signatures, scales, basic and applied<br />

harmony and ear training.<br />

SubEvent: Mariam Avetisyan Fee: $55<br />

#75001A 5 Sundays<br />

12:00-1:00 p.m.<br />

July 1-29<br />

YOU’VE WRITTEN A SONG, NOW WHAT?<br />

Get your songs heard! Discover <strong>the</strong> secrets of<br />

<strong>the</strong> songwriting business; learn how to make<br />

money thru your talent and how to avoid classic<br />

scams and rip-offs common in <strong>the</strong> industry. This<br />

revealing seminar teaches songwriters, musicians,<br />

and anyone interested in music, effective <strong>way</strong>s to<br />

establish a career in <strong>the</strong> world of professional<br />

songwriting. Your have some great songs, get<br />

<strong>the</strong> money rolling in your direction. Learn about<br />

collaboration; making demos, copyright and<br />

publishing rights contracts.<br />

SubEvent: Aaron Meza Fee: $35<br />

#75021A One Saturday<br />

11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.<br />

August 4<br />

MUSICAL KEYBOARDING FOR ADULTS<br />

Beginning students will learn to read basic music<br />

notes and proper finger and hand coordination.<br />

Individual instruction is emphasized according to<br />

each student’s level of experience. Intermediate<br />

requires basic knowledge of music note reading.<br />

Ages 15+ Limit 12 students. Please bring your<br />

keyboard to class.<br />

SubEvent: Mariam Avetisyan Fee: $55<br />

#75051A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

10:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

July 1-29<br />

#75051B 5 Thursdays (Beg/Interm.) Fee: $55<br />

7:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

June 28-July 26<br />

GUITAR MADE EASY<br />

The guitar is <strong>easy</strong> and fun to learn and this class is<br />

designed to help you get started. You will learn<br />

about <strong>the</strong> guitar itself, tuning and<br />

minor maintenance and how to<br />

play single-note melodies and<br />

chords. Bring an acoustic guitar<br />

& book: Title: Guitar Method 1, 2 nd<br />

edition by Will Schmidt and Greg<br />

Koch, ISBN 0-7935-3392. Book can<br />

be purchased at Guitar Center in<br />

Hollywood.<br />

SubEvent: Daniel Calderon Fee: $70<br />

#75061A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-3:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#75061B 5 Saturdays Fee: $70<br />

1:00-3:00 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

21<br />

DRUMS FOR ADULTS & TEENS<br />

Playing <strong>the</strong> drums is a great <strong>way</strong> to have fun and to<br />

relieve stress even<br />

form a band. Learn<br />

to play Rock, Pop,<br />

Funk, and Blues,<br />

accomplish <strong>the</strong>se<br />

beats even by <strong>the</strong><br />

first class! Learn to<br />

read and write drum<br />

notations, gain<br />

effective practice<br />

techniques. Bring your favorite music CD’s to class;<br />

analyze and learn <strong>the</strong> drum beats of your favorite<br />

songs. Ages 12+. Material fee of $10 payable at<br />

first meeting. Held off-campus near L.A.C.C. No<br />

class September 1.<br />

SubEvent: Andrew G. Brown Fee: $65<br />

#75041A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

3:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

August 4-September 8<br />

SINGER’S WORKSHOP<br />

Beginner’s, late starters and returning singers are<br />

welcome to join professional pianist & vocal expert<br />

Mel Dangcil in this warm informative Singer’s<br />

Workshop. Learn breathing techniques & valuable<br />

performing skills. Mel will also help you develop a<br />

stage presence and rapport with your audience.<br />

Students are welcome to bring <strong>the</strong>ir own sheet<br />

music. Mel Dangcil is a professional music<br />

entertainer and performs throughout Sou<strong>the</strong>rn<br />

California as a musical director. Ages 15+<br />

Musician’s fee of $10 payable at time of<br />

registration. Hey returning and intermediate<br />

students, take advantage of <strong>the</strong> lower rate for<br />

Intermediate level, sign-up for Intermediate<br />

Singer’s Workshop only $80.<br />

SubEvent: Mel Dangcil Fee: $100<br />

#75011A 5 Sundays<br />

1:30-3:30 p.m. (Beg.)<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#75012B 5 Saturdays Fee: $80<br />

1:30-3:30 p.m. (Interm.)<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

UKULELE THE EASY WAY<br />

Learn to play <strong>the</strong> instrument that’s sure to brighten<br />

up anyone’s day! Let Art show you <strong>the</strong> basics of<br />

this ever-popular, <strong>easy</strong>-to-learn instrument. From<br />

tuning <strong>the</strong> <strong>ukulele</strong> to <strong>easy</strong> chords—even buying <strong>the</strong><br />

right <strong>ukulele</strong>, you’ll be on your <strong>way</strong> learning <strong>the</strong><br />

songs you love and songs that bring family and<br />

friends toge<strong>the</strong>r. Bring your <strong>ukulele</strong> and passion to<br />

learn this fun instrument to class. The instructor will<br />

have a few Ukuleles on hand just in case you don’t<br />

have one by class time. These <strong>ukulele</strong> classes<br />

filled-up fast <strong>the</strong> last two seasons it was offered so<br />

register early! Hey beginning & returning <strong>ukulele</strong><br />

students, learn even more songs and <strong>ukulele</strong><br />

techniques in <strong>the</strong> intermediate class. No<br />

musical experience needed for beginning<br />

session. Limited to only 13.<br />

SubEvent: Art Nagata Fee: $65<br />

#75999A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

1:00-3:00 p.m.<br />

July 1-29<br />

#75999B 5 Sundays (Interm.) Fee: $65<br />

3:30-5:30 p.m.<br />

July 1-29


DANCE CLASSES<br />

SALSA DANCE<br />

Learn <strong>the</strong> basics that will make you a “Salsero or<br />

Salsera”. Merengue and<br />

Salsa steps and patterns<br />

that you can use in <strong>the</strong><br />

clubs! Learn <strong>the</strong> technique<br />

that will make you look good<br />

on <strong>the</strong> floor. If time permits<br />

“solo shines” will be<br />

introduced for Salsa. You do<br />

not have to bring a partner<br />

to join this class. No street shoes allowed; tennis<br />

shoes only.<br />

SubEvent: Linda Lees Fee: $55<br />

#55701A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

4:30-6:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#55701B 5 Saturdays (Interm.) Fee: $55<br />

6:00-7:30 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

BELLY DANCE WITH MESMERA<br />

Learn how to tone and streng<strong>the</strong>n your body with<br />

speed & low speed Bellydance moves as you<br />

manage and control core muscle groups for shape<br />

and contour. MESMERA offers a wide variety of<br />

techniques for fun, and healthy workout with a solid<br />

foundation for all styles of Bellydance fusion.<br />

Bellydance clothing is optional and ALL ARE<br />

WELCOME !!! Belly Dance Instructor Mesmera is<br />

internationally acclaimed and gives you <strong>the</strong><br />

direction and confidence to enjoy and benefit from<br />

this beautiful ancient dance art.<br />

SubEvent: MESMERA (Laurie Rose) Fee: $55<br />

#55201A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

HIP-HOP DANCE<br />

Learn how to do basic dance moves in this fun and<br />

happening class. Prepare to do high intensity<br />

warm-ups followed by club dance techniques and<br />

choreography. This popular dance class fills up fast<br />

so register early! Tennis shoes only.<br />

SubEvent: Dolly Giner Fee: $50<br />

#55665A 5 Sundays<br />

12:30-1:30 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

FLAMENCO DANCE<br />

Express your inner Gypsy with this ancient/exciting<br />

beautiful dance from Spain. Learn all flamenco<br />

dance techniques, including rhythms/hand claps<br />

and body percussion, footwork, beautiful arm turns<br />

and more! Learn an entire short flamenco dance<br />

from beginning to end. Bring hard heeled shoes<br />

with strap (dance shoes) or boots with a heel to<br />

class. Musician’s fee of $15 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Katerina Tomas Fee: $60<br />

#55705A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

1:30-3:00 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#55705B 5 Sundays (Int.) Fee: $60<br />

3:00-4:30 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

22<br />

HAWAIIAN DANCE<br />

Get ready for an exciting and fun-filled experience<br />

learning a true Polynesian dance art that has been<br />

past on from generation to generation.<br />

Students will be introduced to <strong>the</strong><br />

various dances and culture of <strong>the</strong><br />

Pacific isles with emphasis on <strong>the</strong><br />

basics in Hawaiian hula (dance).<br />

Students will interpret songs and<br />

perform dances from Hawaii,<br />

Tahiti, Samoan, New Zealand, and<br />

Tonga.<br />

SubEvent: Okima Kapaku, DMA Fee: $45<br />

#55501A 5 Sundays<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#55501B 5 Sundays Fee: $45<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

DISCO DANCE WORKOUT<br />

Come dance, workout and get in shape to <strong>the</strong> tunes<br />

of disco music from <strong>the</strong> 70’s! Wear workout clo<strong>the</strong>s,<br />

leg warmers, and sweatbands! No dance<br />

experience required – just get ready to sweat and<br />

have fun doing dance moves for one hour.<br />

SubEvent: Dolly Giner Fee: $50<br />

#55669A 5 Saturdays<br />

3:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

BALLROOM DANCING<br />

Bring romance into your life - Ballroom dancing is<br />

fun for all ages. Learn <strong>the</strong> latest<br />

styles of Ballroom and Latin<br />

dancing, plus meet new friends.<br />

Have lots of fun learning such<br />

dances as <strong>the</strong> fox trot, waltz,<br />

tango, swing jive, cha-cha, we’ll<br />

even add disco! Your feet will feel<br />

and look more intelligent and you’ll<br />

be glad you came. You’ll never<br />

have to refuse being asked to dance again and<br />

you’ll say “yes” with a smile. Singles and couples<br />

welcome. No street shoes, tennis shoes only.<br />

SubEvent: Joseph Flynn Fee: $55<br />

#55101A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#55101B 5 Sundays (Beg.) Fee: $55<br />

10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

DRAMA<br />

ACTING TECHNIQUE-BEGINNING<br />

Have you wondered how great actors never “fake”<br />

but really seem to “live” <strong>the</strong> parts <strong>the</strong>y play in <strong>the</strong><br />

movies, stage or TV? This fun intensive class will<br />

give you <strong>the</strong> basic tools to start doing what <strong>the</strong>y do,<br />

Developing listening, and observational skills and<br />

exploring your inner self, you will learn how to bring<br />

any script to life. Material fee of $10 payable at<br />

time of registration. Held at 3020 Wilshire Blvd.<br />

SubEvent: Donna Walker Fee: $95<br />

#60021A 4 Tuesdays<br />

7:00-9:30 p.m.<br />

June 26-July 17


DIALECT TRAINING FOR ACTORS<br />

All actors are looking to expand <strong>the</strong>ir range.<br />

Nothing does that better than learning a new<br />

accent. Learn several of <strong>the</strong><br />

following: French, British,<br />

German, Sou<strong>the</strong>rn, New<br />

York, Russian, Irish,<br />

Scottish, Japanese, Arabic.<br />

Instruction drills, and<br />

improvisations will help you develop a seemingly<br />

magical array of dialects. Each semester <strong>the</strong><br />

accents vary, depending on <strong>the</strong> background of <strong>the</strong><br />

students enrolled. Materials include a Speak with<br />

an Accent CD and printouts. Material fee of $20<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Ivan Borodin Fee: $60<br />

#60015A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:30-2:00 p.m.<br />

August 4-September 1<br />

A CAREER IN VOICE OVERS<br />

Voice over actors are those unseen individuals who<br />

create personality in animated characters ala <strong>the</strong><br />

Simpson’s, Nickelodeon, Family Guy, T.V.<br />

commercials and radio ads. Learn how to<br />

establish a practice routine at home, get<br />

tips on studio etiquette/lingo, what makes<br />

a good demo reel, when to seek out an<br />

agent or join a union and how to market<br />

yourself. Don’t hide your talent, share it<br />

with <strong>the</strong> world! Discover <strong>the</strong> many possibilities of<br />

using your voice to make money.<br />

Aaron Meza is a voice over actor whose voice is<br />

heard on numerous commercials, including<br />

Taco Bell, Lexus, J.C. Penny, ABC, Sub<strong>way</strong>,<br />

Mercury and Fed Ex.<br />

SubEvent: Aaron Meza Fee: $35<br />

#60012A One Saturday<br />

9:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

August 4<br />

YOUR WORLD PREMIERE AT THE<br />

COMEDY STORE STAND-UP WORKSHOP<br />

Learn to tap into your own creative genius<br />

and rock <strong>the</strong> audience with humor. Find<br />

out what’s “hot” in <strong>the</strong> industry, Adam<br />

Barnhardt will guide you through joke<br />

writing, creating characters,<br />

improving skills, stage persona and<br />

connecting with any audience. At <strong>the</strong> end of <strong>the</strong><br />

course you will have an opportunity to perform<br />

your own comedic stand-up piece as part of <strong>the</strong><br />

‘Comedy Revival Showcase’ at Hollywood’s<br />

famous Comedy Store. Stop procrastinating -<br />

don’t put off all that hidden entertainment talent<br />

inside of you any longer!! Class fills up fast so<br />

register early. Class Held off-campus.<br />

SubEvent: Adam Barnhardt Fee: $60<br />

#60002A 5 Tuesdays<br />

7:00-8:30 p.m.<br />

June 26-July 24<br />

REGISTER EARLY<br />

BEFORE CLASSES<br />

FILL UP!!!<br />

23<br />

EXERCISE &<br />

RELAXATION<br />

HORSEBACK RIDING<br />

Introduction to Horseback riding: Learn grooming,<br />

tacking, mounting, dismounting, horse psychology,<br />

saddling, bridling, riding etiquette, equipment and<br />

basic balance at <strong>the</strong> various gates. Our<br />

instructors have taught hundreds of<br />

beginners to take that first trot! Class<br />

is held off campus at The <strong>Los</strong><br />

<strong>Angeles</strong> Equestrian Center. 16<br />

years+. Limit 6 students per<br />

section. Riders must weight less<br />

than 195 pounds. No enrollment cancellations will<br />

be allowed. First meeting is a mandatory<br />

orientation. Must have TES approved riding boots –<br />

all attire to be approved by TES. Students are<br />

required to attend <strong>the</strong> Traditional Equitation School<br />

tack class prior to 1st ride at TES – Wednesdays 7-<br />

9 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays 1-3 p.m.<br />

Students can only enroll once; cannot repeat<br />

enrollment. No class July 20.<br />

SubEvent: Andrea Call Fee: $185<br />

#99651A 5 Fridays<br />

6:30-8:00 p.m.<br />

July 6-August 10<br />

ICE SKATING FOR TEENS AND ADULTS<br />

An introduction to <strong>the</strong> coolest sport - ice-skating.<br />

Learn how to skate, turn and<br />

maintain your balance on <strong>the</strong><br />

ice. All equipment provided by<br />

instructor. Limited to 10<br />

students. Students enrolled in<br />

this class may skate <strong>the</strong> public<br />

session on <strong>the</strong> day of <strong>the</strong>ir class<br />

for FREE. Public session is from<br />

2:00-4:00 p.m. The free public session expires<br />

when lessons are completed. Held off-campus.<br />

SubEvent: Denise Moore Fee: $95<br />

#99652A 5 Saturdays<br />

12:15-12:45 p.m.<br />

August 4-September 1<br />

ZUMBA FITNESS<br />

This is a Latin-inspired, dance-fitness class that<br />

incorporates Latin & international music with dance<br />

movements creating an exciting/effective fitness<br />

system! Zumba integrates basic principals of<br />

aerobic intermittent/resistance training to maximize<br />

calorie output, cardiovascular benefits & total body<br />

toning. Dancers & non-dancers alike will master a<br />

Zumba class because you don’t have to know how<br />

to dance to succeed. Zumba is non-intimidating<br />

great for non-dancers, new exercisers & those who<br />

have hesitated to participate in a group class. Bring<br />

water, small towel, tennis shoes, workout clo<strong>the</strong>s.<br />

Instructors are certified by Aerobics Fitness Assoc.<br />

of America and also licensed,<br />

SubEvent: Staff Fee: $50<br />

#66033A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#66033B 5 Saturdays Fee: $50<br />

1:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25


GOLF<br />

This is a beginners golf class open all. First 2<br />

classes will be held at L.A.C.C. to familiarize<br />

students with fundamentals of golf by working with<br />

a pro instructor. Emphasis will be placed on<br />

developing <strong>the</strong> proper grip, stance and swing.<br />

Shopping wisely for golf clubs and accessories will<br />

be reviewed at <strong>the</strong> first class meeting. The<br />

remaining 3 classes will be held at: Griffith Park<br />

Golf course. All materials provided by instructor.<br />

SubEvent: Frank Dessel, Golf Pro Fee: $100<br />

#65051A 5 Saturdays (Beg)<br />

8:00-9:30 a.m.<br />

July 7-August 4<br />

ABS/LEG/HIP WORKOUT<br />

<strong>Los</strong>e <strong>the</strong>m extra pounds!<br />

Whittle that waist, firm those inner and outer thighs<br />

and flatten that stomach. This class really does<br />

work AND will concentrate on <strong>the</strong> lower body.<br />

Reshape and restructure! It’s never too late! Bring<br />

exercise mat to class.<br />

SubEvent: Sand Fe<strong>the</strong>rolf Fee: $50<br />

#65011A 5 Fridays<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

#65011B 5 Fridays Fee: $50<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

August 3-31<br />

PILATES MAT CLASS<br />

Ever wish for a class that really streng<strong>the</strong>ns your<br />

stomach, your back & streamlines your body. Well,<br />

you just found it! This class focuses on your ”core” -<br />

center of your body. Feel stronger and see a<br />

change in your body in 5 lessons. Bring a workout<br />

mat and towel to class and be prepared to be<br />

very excited with this innovative exercise form.<br />

SubEvent: Sandy Fe<strong>the</strong>rolf Fee: $50<br />

#66012A 5 Fridays<br />

7:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

#66012B 5 Fridays Fee: $50<br />

7:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

August 3-31<br />

YOGA/STRETCH<br />

Release all of <strong>the</strong> tension in your body and mind.<br />

Increase your flexibility, decrease your stress and<br />

watch your body respond as it slims and trims<br />

down. Give yourself an hour vacation once a week.<br />

You deserve it. Get refreshed & rejuvenated! Bring<br />

workout mat.<br />

SubEvent: Ann Monahan Fee: $50<br />

#66022A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

CARDIO BARRE WORKOUT<br />

A unique high energy, no impact exercise class that<br />

combines barre work with continual fat burning.<br />

The Body is worked both coordinated whole and<br />

isolated muscle groups. This form of exercise is a<br />

muscle sculpting and toning sensation! You will<br />

also develop poise, grace and flexibility!<br />

SubEvent: Ann Monahan Fee: $50<br />

#65777A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:00 a.m.-12 noon<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

24<br />

TAI CHI CHUAN<br />

An ancient Chinese discipline for health, relaxation,<br />

meditation and self-defense.<br />

Its circular movements are<br />

based on a profound,<br />

practical philosophy useful in<br />

daily life. It creates a sense<br />

of well-being , reduces stress<br />

and improves balance,<br />

coordination and flexibility.<br />

Wear comfortable clo<strong>the</strong>s and<br />

flat shoes.<br />

SubEvent: Marvin Smalheiser Fee: $55<br />

#67300A 5 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

2:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

TENNIS PROGRAM<br />

Learn <strong>the</strong> proper grips, forehand, backhand,<br />

serving, game rules & court etiquette. Intermediate:<br />

knowledge of basic strokes/rules with focus on<br />

improving ground strokes and your serve.<br />

Advanced by permission of instructor. Bring to<br />

class: 1 new can of tennis balls and a tennis<br />

racquet. Held off campus in Griffith Park.<br />

Limited to 8 students. Teens may enroll in any<br />

of <strong>the</strong> sections below.<br />

SubEvent: Youlen Chan Fee: $70<br />

#99680A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

4:00-5:00 p.m. (Limit 10 students)<br />

June 30-July 28<br />

#99680B 5 Saturdays (Beg.) Fee: $70<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m. (Limit 10 students)<br />

June 30-July 28 (Limit 10)<br />

#99680C Daphne Chinn Fee: $70<br />

5 Thursdays (Beg.)<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

June 28-July 26<br />

#99680D 5 Thursdays (Interm.) Fee: $70<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

June 28-July 26<br />

#99680E 5 Fridays (Interm.) Fee: $70<br />

5:00-6:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

#99680F 5 Fridays (Adv.) Fee: $70<br />

6:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

JUDO<br />

This is an introductory (beginner’s) course mixed<br />

with intermediate students. Basic judo skills include<br />

throwing, groundwork (grappling), strangulation<br />

escapes and arm locks. Women and men<br />

participate in a co-educational setting with<br />

emphasis on learning judo for self-defense,<br />

tournament competition, & physical fitness. This<br />

course is recreational in nature and students can<br />

be any age from teenagers to senior citizens. Wear<br />

sweat pants & shirt or judo uniform to class.<br />

SubEvent: Ron Newsome Fee: $65<br />

#67100A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#67100B 5 Saturdays (Beg.) Fee: $65<br />

11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25


QUICK & DIRTY SELF DEFENSE<br />

Never be afraid again! Protect yourself<br />

and your family !!<br />

Learn how to defend yourself against an attacker<br />

on an airplane, in <strong>the</strong> streets,<br />

how to turn your fear into<br />

anger – switch yourself<br />

into attack mode! Learn<br />

how to subdue an attacker<br />

in 6 seconds. Learn effective<br />

techniques that are <strong>easy</strong> to do and<br />

apply; learn why size is not a factor. Open to all!<br />

SubEvent: Jojo Aguilar Fee: $60<br />

#67010A 3 Saturdays<br />

5:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

June 30-July 14<br />

#67010B 3 Saturdays Fee: $60<br />

5:00-7:00 p.m.<br />

August 11-25<br />

LANGUAGE CLASSES<br />

SIGN LANGUAGE FOR EVERYONE!!!<br />

Do you want to make a difference in your child’s<br />

life, teenagers’ or even expand your own<br />

personal horizons? Come and join us to<br />

learn <strong>the</strong> beauty of American Sign<br />

Language in a very fun, safe, and<br />

enjoyable environment at <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong><br />

<strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong>. Students will learn basic<br />

finger spelling, alphabet, numbers, and<br />

colors. The lessons ga<strong>the</strong>red in this class will assist<br />

students in creating a solid foundation from <strong>the</strong><br />

perspective of a deaf person as well a hearing<br />

person - <strong>the</strong> best of both worlds. All are welcome,<br />

No experience needed. Intermediate Sign<br />

Language is a continuation with more<br />

vocabulary finger spelling sentences. Material<br />

fee of $10 payable at time of registration. All<br />

are welcome!<br />

SubEvent: Deenie-Marie Carney Fee: $75<br />

#70011A 5 Saturdays (Beg.)<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#70011B 4 Saturdays (Interm.) Fee: $65<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 28-August 18<br />

SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS<br />

Open to everyone wanting to learn <strong>the</strong> basic<br />

fundamentals of speaking Spanish. This class is<br />

also a good starting point for those in social work,<br />

healthcare, teaching and everyday life. Emphasis<br />

will be placed on grammar, pronunciation, open<br />

dialogue and conversational exercises. Students<br />

should have access to email so that <strong>the</strong>y can<br />

access class materials online. This popular<br />

class fills-up fast so register early to guarantee<br />

your spot!<br />

Subevent Antonio Cervantes Fee: $85<br />

#70051B 5 Thursdays (Beg.)<br />

6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

June 28-July 26<br />

#70051A 5 Saturdays (Beg.) Fee: $85<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

June 30-July 28<br />

25<br />

SPANISH INTERMEDIATE<br />

This class is a continuation of beginning Spanish<br />

for everyone, with emphasis on more advanced<br />

grammar/conversational techniques for <strong>the</strong> working<br />

professional person who travels or just for fun &<br />

enjoyment. Students should have access to<br />

email to download handouts.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $85<br />

#70052A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

August 4-September 1<br />

#70052B 5 Thursdays Fee: $85<br />

6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

August 2-30<br />

INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH<br />

PRONUNCIATION<br />

Learn <strong>the</strong> fine details of French pronunciation<br />

and culture for more advanced conversations.<br />

Students will compile <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

favorite French words,<br />

sentences, and questions<br />

related to <strong>the</strong>ir profession<br />

and life passions. Prerequisite:<br />

Students from<br />

any previous French<br />

classes in <strong>the</strong> world. Material fee of $24 payable<br />

at time of registration is for cost of book and 3<br />

cd’s and handouts. Book title is: PRONOUNCE IT<br />

PERFECTLY IN FRENCH by Christopher Kendris<br />

& Theodore Kendris 2 nd edition - ISBN-10-07641-<br />

7773-7. $5 only if you have already purchased<br />

<strong>the</strong> audio cd and book set. Class limited to 15<br />

students.<br />

SubEvent: Lesly Lespinasse Fee: $75<br />

#70020A 5 Saturdays<br />

11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

MORE FRENCH PRONUNCIATION AND<br />

ADVANCED CONVERSATIONS<br />

For students who have completed French 1 & 2 or<br />

are at <strong>the</strong> advanced level welcome to part 3. This<br />

class will highlight intense French conversation and<br />

mastering of French grammar and pronunciations.<br />

Material fee of $24 payable at time of<br />

registration is for cost of book and 3 cd’s and<br />

handouts. Book title is: FRENCH MADE SIMPLE<br />

by Eugene Jackson/Antonio Rubio/Pamela<br />

Rose Haze, ISBN 978-0-7679-1859-6, and can be<br />

purchased at Barnes & Noble or on Amazon $5<br />

only if you have already purchased <strong>the</strong> audio cd<br />

and book set. Class is limited to only 15<br />

students.<br />

SubEvent: Lesly Lespinasse Fee: $75<br />

#70021A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 28-August<br />

Register by phone!<br />

(323) 953-4000 x2651


E.S.L. INTENSIVE I<br />

This class is designed to teach English<br />

communication competence through basic English<br />

language skills, such as reading, listening and<br />

speaking. The class will also cover <strong>the</strong> basic<br />

grammar points so that <strong>the</strong> students will be<br />

encouraged to use correct English. Students<br />

should have access to email so that <strong>the</strong>y can<br />

access class materials online. This popular<br />

class fills-up fast so register early!<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $95<br />

#72010A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

June 30-July 28<br />

E.S.L. INTENSIVE II<br />

Continue to streng<strong>the</strong>n your E.S.L. skills with an<br />

Intensive review of E.S.L. language fundamentals<br />

with emphasis on pronunciation, conversation<br />

skills, accent reduction, vocabulary development<br />

and grammar review. Students should have<br />

access to email so that <strong>the</strong>y can access class<br />

materials online.<br />

SubEvent: Antonio Cervantes Fee: $95<br />

#72020A 5 Saturdays<br />

1:00-3:30 p.m.<br />

August 4-September 1<br />

ITALIAN FOR TRAVEL OR BUSINESS<br />

Master <strong>the</strong> fundamentals of Italian as you learn<br />

useful phrases and idioms, correct pronunciation<br />

and practical vocabulary. Combined<br />

with an introduction of Italian<br />

civilization, this class will help you<br />

carry on a simple conversation on<br />

every-day topics, current events and<br />

cultural values. Material fee of $10<br />

payable at time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Romualdo Scherillo Fee: $75<br />

#70031A 5 Sundays<br />

9:00-11:00 a.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

ACCENT REDUCTION<br />

An intensive seminar specifically designed to<br />

assist <strong>the</strong> foreign born resident to improve<br />

English language clarity through <strong>easy</strong> accent<br />

reduction techniques. Develop <strong>the</strong> rhythm and<br />

proper speech sounds that will assist your career<br />

and in winning new friends. Never be afraid or<br />

ashamed again, better yourself, your surroundings<br />

and your job employment potentials. Material fee<br />

of $30 payable at time of registration for<br />

booklets.<br />

SubEvent: Ivan Borodine Fee: $80<br />

#70001A 5 Fridays<br />

6:30-8:30 p.m.<br />

August 3-31<br />

PARK ON CAMPUS – PURCHASE A<br />

SUMMER PARKING PERMIT<br />

FOR ONLY $10.<br />

See Pg. 34<br />

26<br />

ARTS & CRAFTS<br />

BASIC SILKSCREEN PRINTING<br />

Create and print your own cool T-shirts,<br />

posters, note cards or start a<br />

business while learning <strong>the</strong> fine<br />

art of Screen Printing. You<br />

will participate in every<br />

phrase of <strong>the</strong> process and<br />

get plenty of hands-on<br />

printing experience. Class<br />

will culminate with each<br />

student producing a onecolor<br />

print of his/her own<br />

design. Material fee of $45 payable at first meeting<br />

- covers all necessary supplies. An optional<br />

materials & vendors list with plans to build your own<br />

low cost printing equipment will be provided so you<br />

can continue printing on your own. Limit 15<br />

students. Held off campus. All are welcome!<br />

SubEvent: Craig Moore Fee: $115<br />

#50021A 4 Saturdays<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 7-28<br />

#50021B 4 Mondays Fee: $115<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

August 6-27<br />

“Hi Craig I just wanted to thank you again for an<br />

amazing and informative class. I haven’t been<br />

creative in a very long time. Thank you for <strong>the</strong><br />

push in <strong>the</strong> right direction” – Ka<strong>the</strong>rine<br />

CUSTOM GIFT BASKETS<br />

FOR FUN & PROFIT<br />

Now is <strong>the</strong> time to prepare a special personalized<br />

Gift Basket for that special someone:<br />

Grandparents, your parents, children, husband or<br />

wife. Customized Gift Baskets can also be a<br />

second income. Personalize an outlandish basket<br />

and adorn it with customized bow. Select from a<br />

variety of <strong>the</strong>mes products add fillers, color wrap,<br />

personalized gifts for a professional and beautiful<br />

presentation. Learn department store wrapping<br />

secrets. Be sure to pick up supply list when you<br />

register, no supplies will be available in class.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine Fee: $35<br />

#50061A One Saturday<br />

12:30-3:00 p.m.<br />

August 4<br />

IKEBANA: JAPANESE ART OF<br />

FLOWER ARRANGEMENT<br />

Elegance, grace and style are three characteristics<br />

of <strong>the</strong> art of Ikebana. In this beginning workshop<br />

you will learn <strong>the</strong> manipulation and <strong>the</strong> observation<br />

of materials, as <strong>the</strong>y are best used to gain <strong>the</strong><br />

objectives expressed in <strong>the</strong> Oriental view of flower<br />

arranging following <strong>the</strong> curriculum of <strong>the</strong> OHARA<br />

Japanese Art of Flower Arranging. Material fee of<br />

$25 payable at time of registration. Bring florist<br />

scissors, low-bowl vase/flower needle holder. This<br />

popular class al<strong>way</strong>s fills-up fast so register<br />

early!<br />

SubEvent: Hisako Shohara Fee: $65<br />

#50089A 5 Saturdays<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

June 23-July 21


PAINTING & WATERCOLORS<br />

Do you like to watercolor or have a passion for<br />

painting? Welcome to all who appreciate and enjoy<br />

this classic and contemporary art forum.<br />

This class will get you started in<br />

basic painting acrylic/oils and<br />

watercolors brush stroke<br />

techniques with emphasis on<br />

understanding/experiencing<br />

color composition, value and<br />

design impact. Also learn<br />

mixing colors, differing paint<br />

qualities, application, and use of brushes. All are<br />

welcome to join this colorful, relaxing and fun<br />

class!!! Bring basic watercolor set, pad of<br />

watercolor paper, acrylics, brushes and pencil<br />

to 1 st meeting. Instructor works for Disneyland as<br />

an artist and has showcased his works at art<br />

galleries throughout <strong>the</strong> U.S.A.<br />

SubEvent: Wayne N. Thomas Fee: $65<br />

#50131A 5 Fridays<br />

7:00-8:30 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

DRAWING FOR EVERYONE<br />

Learn how to draw like a pro; get drawing tips and<br />

techniques on <strong>the</strong> characters or objects you like to<br />

draw. See your images come to life! Wayne<br />

Thomas will give you his professional attention in<br />

helping to develop your hidden artistic talents using<br />

led/color pencils, charcoal shading, light/dark<br />

contrast, 3 dimension & brightness. Students are<br />

encouraged to bring <strong>the</strong>ir ideas and imagination.<br />

Please bring drawing and color pencils, eraser<br />

and pad of paper to 1 st class meeting. Instructor<br />

will address any additional materials in class.<br />

SubEvent: Wayne N. Thomas Fee: $65<br />

#50132A 5 Fridays<br />

8:30-10:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

GLYCERIN SOAPMAKING<br />

Custom-made soaps are perfect for gifts, bathroom<br />

décor, and people with sensitive skin. You will<br />

create many kinds of soaps while learning how to<br />

layer colors, use molds and add fragrances, herbs<br />

and toys. Express your creativity and join <strong>the</strong> fun!<br />

Material fee of $18 payable at time of<br />

registration - covers all materials needed to<br />

complete <strong>the</strong> projects. Students must be on time<br />

to complete all Glycerin Soap projects.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee: $35<br />

#50091A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 13<br />

NATURAL BATH & BEAUTY PRODUCTS<br />

Learn how is it is to make skin care and cleansing<br />

products that are good for you and good for <strong>the</strong><br />

environment. We will use all natural ingredients to<br />

make bath salts, fizzies, body scrub, body butter<br />

and massage oils. Tips on storing, packaging and<br />

purchasing ingredients will be covered, plus you will<br />

take home samples of everything you make in this<br />

hands-on workshop. Material fee of $20 payable<br />

in at time of registration covers all materials<br />

needed to complete class projects. Students<br />

must be on time. There will be no class make-up.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee $35<br />

#50031A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 27<br />

27<br />

DRAW COMIC BOOK & CARTOON<br />

CHARACTERS LIKE THE PROS<br />

Learn how to draw your favorite action Heroes and<br />

Villains like Spiderman, Spawn,<br />

Green, Lantern, Star Wars,<br />

Wonder Women, or even <strong>the</strong><br />

Simpsons. You can even invent<br />

your own cartoon characters!<br />

This class will teach you<br />

important steps & secret artist<br />

tips you need to create & bring<br />

your cartoon to animation life. If<br />

you al<strong>way</strong>s wanted to become a<br />

cartoon super-action hero artist or comic Villain<br />

artist, learn from a Professional Disneyland<br />

artist. Ages 12+<br />

SubEvent: Wayne Thomas Fee: $65<br />

#80051A 5 Fridays<br />

5:30-7:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

FRENCH RIBBON FLOWER ART<br />

Step back in time and turn beautiful French wired<br />

ribbons into Victorian style flowers, as taught to<br />

dressmakers and hat<br />

makers in <strong>the</strong><br />

1920’s. Roses,<br />

pansies, & multipetal<br />

flowers can be<br />

used to adorn home<br />

accessories,<br />

clothing, and gifts.<br />

Bring scissors, straight pins & glue gun to class.<br />

Material fee of $15 payable at time of<br />

registration for French ribbon, barrettes,<br />

needles and more.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $35<br />

#52011A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

July 15<br />

DECORATIVE PAINTING/Faux Finish<br />

Enter <strong>the</strong> world of Decorative Painting/Faux<br />

Finish. Gain <strong>the</strong> confidence to<br />

transform walls, floors, countertops<br />

and … more into works of art. Learn<br />

<strong>easy</strong> water-based paint techniques:<br />

lea<strong>the</strong>r, wood graining, stencil, on<br />

NEW<br />

frescoed walls, French strie, Verde Antigua marble,<br />

granite, Greek cooper, Malachite, rose quartz. You<br />

will also learn glazing, fea<strong>the</strong>ring, ragging and<br />

sponging. Hands-on practice will follow each<br />

technique demonstration. No experience<br />

necessary. Material fee of $40 payable at time of<br />

registration.<br />

SubEvent: Victor Solis Fee: $80<br />

#50111A 3 Sundays<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 15-29<br />

CROCHET<br />

This class will introduce you to crocheting. Students<br />

will learn how to get started, how to read yarn<br />

labels and crochet patterns. You will also be taught<br />

slip stitch, and double crochet. Please be sure to<br />

pick up a supply list when you register for<br />

class. No supplies will be available in class.<br />

No class September 1.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine Fee: $60<br />

#50051A 4 Saturdays (Beg)<br />

12:30-2:30 p.m.<br />

August 11-September 8


BALLOON DECORATING & CENTER<br />

PIECES<br />

Let your imagination soar as you learn <strong>the</strong><br />

techniques for making<br />

beautiful balloon bouquets,<br />

arches, columns and<br />

sculptures. This class will<br />

teach you about supplies,<br />

materials, safety and<br />

inexpensive resources in<br />

this fun, hands-on course.<br />

Also learn a bunch of <strong>way</strong>s<br />

to blow up balloons without<br />

having to huff and puff. You’ll become a<br />

balloonatic!. Bring your camera to take photographs<br />

of your beautiful balloon projects. Material fee of<br />

$25 payable at time of registration - covers all<br />

your supplies and use of helium tanks.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Fee: $35<br />

#50010A One Saturday<br />

1:00-5:30 p.m.<br />

July 21<br />

SEWING MADE EASY<br />

Develop your creativity and save money making<br />

your own clo<strong>the</strong>s in a safe comfortable setting.<br />

Sewing lessons will include proper sewing machine<br />

operation, fabric selection, personal body<br />

measurements, and introduction to patterns and<br />

garments construction with basic sewing machine<br />

techniques. No prior sewing<br />

experience necessary. Open<br />

to both men and women<br />

ages 16+. Please bring <strong>the</strong><br />

following items to class: a<br />

pencil, 60” tape measure, 3<br />

½ yards of non-stretchable cotton fabric (no stripes<br />

or plaids), matching thread, scissors, seam ripper,<br />

hand needles and pins. Sewing machine provided<br />

by L.A.C.C. one per student. No supplies will be<br />

available in class. Llimited to only 10 students.<br />

SubEvent: Rosy E. Espinoza Fee: $80<br />

#50201A 5 Saturdays<br />

8:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#50201B 5 Saturdays Fee: $80<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#50201C 5 Saturdays Fee: $80<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#50201D 4 Fridays Fee: $80<br />

6:30-9:00 p.m.<br />

June 29-July 27<br />

#50201E 5 Saturdays Fee: $80<br />

8:00-10:00 a.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

#50201F 5 Saturdays Fee: $80<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

More Arts & Crafts<br />

Classes, please go<br />

to Page 35.<br />

28<br />

KNITTING – BEGINNING<br />

Open to men & women who have never knitted.<br />

Your first project will be a scarf. Instruction will be<br />

given on how to cast on, Knit, purl stitch and cast<br />

off or finish off. Patterns will be supplied by<br />

instructor. Cindy Martine was recognized/honored<br />

by Michaels Stores nationwide. Material fee of $2<br />

payable at time of registration. Be sure to pick up<br />

a supply list when you register. Limit 15 students.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine (Beg.) Fee: $65<br />

#50151A 4 Saturdays<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 14-August 4<br />

KNITTING – INTERMEDIATE<br />

This class is open for men & women who have<br />

taken beginning knitting or know how to knit.<br />

Continuing your project, instruction will be given on<br />

how to read more challenging patterns, deciphering<br />

a pattern and learning to do more detailed stitches.<br />

Students will also learn increasing & decreasing,<br />

changing colors, as well as <strong>the</strong> importance of doing<br />

gauges and using circular needles. Pattern will be<br />

provided by instructor. Be sure to pick up a<br />

supply list when you register. No supplies will<br />

be available in class. No class September 1.<br />

SubEvent: Cindy Martine Fee: $65<br />

#50152A 4 Saturdays<br />

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.<br />

August 11-September 8<br />

SEWING II<br />

In continuation of Sewing l, students will cover<br />

more and newer additional pattern adjustment<br />

sewing techniques. Students are welcome to bring<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir questions on garment projects <strong>the</strong>y are<br />

working on at home. Open to all. Age group 16+.<br />

Class is limited to 10 students. List of materials<br />

will be issued at time of registration. Sewing<br />

machines provided by school - one student per<br />

sewing machine, Hurry up and register limited<br />

to 10 only students. Prerequisite: Sewing Made<br />

Easy. Be familiar with sewing machine basics.<br />

SubEvent: Rosy E. Espinoza Fee: $75<br />

#50200A 4 Saturdays<br />

2:00-4:00 p.m.<br />

June 30-July 21<br />

FASHION PATTERN MAKING<br />

This hands-on beginners class will introduce you to<br />

<strong>the</strong> challenging world of fashion<br />

pattern making. Learn how to<br />

make your own 2 garments by<br />

using step by step pattern<br />

making techniques in class.<br />

Requirements: Must know<br />

how to read a ruler, be willing<br />

to do some homework and to<br />

produce a fabric test with<br />

very slight sewing. Class is<br />

open to men & women ages<br />

16+. Please bring: Pencils, 60” tape measure,<br />

see-thru plastic ruler 2x18”, scissors, 3 ½ yards<br />

of muslin fabric, eraser, scotch tape.<br />

SubEvent: Rosy E. Espinoza Fee: $75<br />

#50210A 4 Sundays (Beg.)<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 15<br />

#50210B 4 Sundays (Interm.) Fee: $75<br />

12:00-2:00 p.m.<br />

July 22-August 12


JEWELRY MAKING<br />

SILVERSMITHING<br />

An introductory course on <strong>the</strong> creation of fine silver<br />

and o<strong>the</strong>r precious metal jewelry. No prior jewelry<br />

or metalwork experience required. Participants will<br />

need to purchase some tools & supplies to work on<br />

personal projects outside of <strong>the</strong> classroom. Material<br />

fee of $60 payable in class. Held off-campus and<br />

limited to 9 students. Open to all.<br />

SubEvent: Gordon Wainwright Fee: $135<br />

#99524A 5 Saturdays<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

July 14-August 11<br />

#99524B 5 Saturdays Fee: $135<br />

12:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

July 14-August 11<br />

#99524C 5 Mondays Fee: $135<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 16-August 13<br />

#99524D 5 Saturdays Fee: $135<br />

9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon<br />

August 18-September 15<br />

#99524E 5 Saturdays Fee: $135<br />

12:30-3:30 p.m.<br />

August 18-September 15<br />

#99524F 5 Mondays Fee: $135<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

August 20-September 17<br />

METAL CASTING<br />

An introductory course in metal gravity casting<br />

using cuttle bone, French sand, clay, centrifugal &<br />

vacuum casting using <strong>the</strong> lost wax process (no<br />

instruction on wax carving). Participants will need to<br />

purchase some tools and supplies to work on<br />

personal projects outside of <strong>the</strong> classroom. The lab<br />

fee will be $60 payable in class does not include<br />

precious metals. Any additional materials or tools at<br />

student discretion. Class is held off-campus and<br />

limited to 9 students.<br />

SubEvent: Gordon Wainwright Fee: $135<br />

#99523A 5 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 17-August 14<br />

#99523B 5 Tuesdays Fee: $135<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

August 21-September 18<br />

MAKING GLASS BEADS<br />

Create one-of-a-kind designs that are all yours!<br />

You’ll heat glass to a molten state and fashion it<br />

around rods to create beads/buttons for jewelry,<br />

clothing, random wire votives, mosaics, stained<br />

glass windows, and whatever else you can dream<br />

up. All tools and materials are supplied for <strong>the</strong> class<br />

to make at least five glass beads, including round,<br />

flat, tabular and bi-conal. Gain working knowledge<br />

of bead making and <strong>the</strong> ability to continue making<br />

beads of your own at home. Material fee of $20<br />

payable at first meeting. Limited to 8 students.<br />

Class held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Kathy Reimer Fee: $50<br />

#99522A One Saturday<br />

1:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

July 7<br />

29<br />

BASIC BEADED JEWELRY<br />

Come learn how to make stunning beaded<br />

bracelets and earrings using basic techniques (no<br />

soldering). You will be using flex wire, eye pins,<br />

headpins, crimp beads, semi-precious stones,<br />

pearls, crystals, and glass beads. Bring round nose<br />

pliers, wire cutter, and chain nose pliers. Material<br />

fee of $18 payable at time of registration covers<br />

materials needed to complete projects.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $40<br />

#52211A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

July 8<br />

PEARL & BEAD KNOTTING<br />

Do you have a strand of pearls or beads that need<br />

re-stringing? Now you can do it yourself and save<br />

money! In class you will practice your knotting skills<br />

by creating a new necklace or bracelet. Several<br />

styles and techniques will be taught. Material fee<br />

of $26 payable at time of registration will supply<br />

each student with cultured pearls, silk cord,<br />

sterling silver filled clasp/knotting tool.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $40<br />

#52212A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

July 22<br />

BEGINNING WIRE WRAPPNIG<br />

Wouldn’t you love to make that designer jewelry<br />

you see in <strong>the</strong> department stores and fancy<br />

boutiques? Now you can! Learn to attach semiprecious<br />

gemstone beads and turn <strong>the</strong>m into<br />

beautiful pieces of jewelry using a solder less wire<br />

linking techniques. Bring round nose pliers, chain<br />

nose pliers & wire cutters. Material fee of $25<br />

payable at time of time of registration.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $40<br />

#52111A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

August 5<br />

BLOW GLASS GLOBES<br />

Glaskolben, as <strong>the</strong>y’re known in Germany, make<br />

beautiful ornaments or sun catchers that reflect <strong>the</strong><br />

light. You’ll learn how to blow your own glass<br />

globes, using different colors of glass and varying<br />

designs creating elegant beautiful various shapes.<br />

A great idea for <strong>the</strong> holidays and any o<strong>the</strong>r time of<br />

<strong>the</strong> year. Material fee of $35 payable at first<br />

meeting covers supplies to make up to 14 globes.<br />

Limit 8 students. Class held off campus.<br />

SubEvent: Kathy Reimer Fee: $50<br />

#99521A One Saturday<br />

1:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

June 23<br />

GLASS FUSION<br />

Learn how to create fused tiles or jewelry from<br />

glass. No prior glass experience is necessary.<br />

You’ll learn how to work with glass, assemble and<br />

decorate it using different colors of glass on top of<br />

each o<strong>the</strong>r. Your pieces will <strong>the</strong>n be melted in a kiln<br />

to create magnificent artwork. Material fee of $30<br />

payable at first meeting - covers all materials<br />

needed for class projects. Limited to 8 students.<br />

Class held off campus near L.A.C.C.<br />

SubEvent: Kathy Reimer Fee: $65<br />

#99520A Two Saturdays<br />

1:30-4:00 p.m.<br />

July 14 & 21


GROUP SWIMMING LESSONS<br />

Swimming lessons for children and adults will be conducted throughout <strong>the</strong> quarter. Minimum age of<br />

5 years is required for non-swimmers. Each group will be limited in enrollment and is designed for<br />

beginners only. All participants must wear rubber/plastic shower sandals and bring a towel. Students<br />

should be wearing swimsuits when <strong>the</strong>y arrive for lessons.<br />

Weekday Group Program<br />

Monday thru Friday<br />

#96MF01A 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

June 25-29<br />

#96MF01B 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

4:00-4:50 p.m.<br />

June 25-29<br />

#96MF01C 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

5:00-5:50 p.m.<br />

June 25-29<br />

#96MF01D 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

6:00-6:50 p.m.<br />

June 25-29<br />

#96MF02A 4 Meetings Fee: $50<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

July 2-6 (No class July 4)<br />

#96MF02B 4 Meetings Fee: $50<br />

4:00-4:50 p.m.<br />

July 2-6 (No class July 4)<br />

#96MF02C 4 Meetings Fee: $50<br />

5:00-5:50 p.m.<br />

July 2-6 (No class July 4)<br />

#96MF02D 4 Meetings Fee: $50<br />

6:00-6:50 p.m.<br />

July 2-6 (No class July 4)<br />

#96MF03A 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

July 9-13<br />

#96MF03B 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

4:00-4:50 p.m.<br />

July 9-13<br />

#96MF03C 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

5:00-5:50 p.m.<br />

July 9-13<br />

#96MF03D 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

6:00-6:50 p.m.<br />

July 9-13<br />

WATER ACTIVITIES<br />

Each group swim section is $55<br />

30<br />

Weekday Group Program<br />

Monday thru Friday<br />

#96MF04A 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

July 16-20<br />

#96MF04B 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

4:00-4:50 p.m.<br />

July 16-20<br />

#96MF04C 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

5:00-5:50 p.m.<br />

July 16-20<br />

#96MF04D 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

6:00-6:50 p.m.<br />

July16-20<br />

#96MF05A 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

July 23-27<br />

#96MF05B 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

4:00-4:50 p.m.<br />

July 23-27<br />

#96MF05C 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

5:00-5:50 p.m.<br />

July 23-27<br />

#96MF05D 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

6:00-6:50 p.m.<br />

July 23-27<br />

#96MF06A 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

July 30-August 3<br />

#96MF06B 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

4:00-4:50 p.m.<br />

July 30-August 3<br />

#96MF06C 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

5:00-5:50 p.m.<br />

July 30-August 3<br />

#96MF06D 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

6:00-6:50 p.m.<br />

July 30-August 3<br />

#96MF06E 5 Meetings Fee: $55<br />

6:00-6:50 p.m.<br />

August 6-10


Saturday Group Program<br />

#96SA12A 5 Saturdays Fee: $55<br />

1:00-1:50 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#96SA12B 5 Saturdays Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#96SA12C 5 Saturdays Fee: $55<br />

3:00-3:50 p.m.<br />

June 23-July 21<br />

#96SA13A 5 Saturdays Fee: $55<br />

1:00-1:50 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

#96SA13B 5 Saturdays Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

#96SA13C 5 Saturdays Fee: $55<br />

3:00-3:50 p.m.<br />

July 28-August 25<br />

PARENT & ME SWIMMING<br />

Introduction to water familiarization & swimming. A<br />

fun and <strong>easy</strong> <strong>way</strong> for kids to gain confidence and<br />

begin to swim <strong>the</strong> <strong>easy</strong>/natural <strong>way</strong>. One parent or<br />

guardian must be in water with child at all times.<br />

Strictly Limited to 6 students. This class fills up<br />

fast every Summer so register early!<br />

SubEvent: Pool Staff Fee: $70<br />

#95031A 5 Sundays (3-4 yrs.)<br />

12:00-12:30 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#95031B 5 Sundays Fee: $70<br />

12:30-1:00 p.m. (3-4 yrs.)<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#95031C 5 Sundays Fee: $70<br />

1:00-1:30 p.m. (3-4 yrs.)<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#95031D 5 Sundays Fee: $70<br />

1:30-2:00 p.m. (3-4 yrs.)<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#95031E 5 Sundays Fee: $70<br />

12:00-12:30 p.m. (3-4 yrs.)<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

#95031F 5 Sundays Fee: $70<br />

12:30-1:00 p.m. (3-4 yrs.)<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

#95031G 5 Sundays Fee: $70<br />

1:00-1:30 p.m. (3-4 yrs.)<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

#95031H 5 Sundays Fee: $70<br />

1:30-2:00 p.m. (3-4 yrs.)<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

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Sunday Group Program<br />

#96SU12A 5 Sundays Fee: $55<br />

11:00-11:50 a.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#96SU12B 5 Sundays Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#96SU12C 5 Sundays Fee: $55<br />

3:00-3:50 p.m.<br />

June 24-July 22<br />

#96SU13A 5 Sundays Fee: $55<br />

11:00-11:50 a.m.<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

#96SU13B 5 Sundays Fee: $55<br />

2:00-2:50 p.m.<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

#96SU13C 5 Sundays Fee: $55<br />

3:00-3:50 p.m.<br />

July 29-August 26<br />

LAP SWIMMING<br />

This section is for those who already know how to<br />

swim. New students must demonstrate to <strong>the</strong><br />

pool manager <strong>the</strong>ir swimming ability and be<br />

evaluated prior to enrollment.<br />

SubEvent: Pool Staff Fee: $65<br />

#95050A Mon./Wed./Fri. (Monthly)<br />

7:00-8:00 p.m.<br />

Continuous enrollment<br />

SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS<br />

Intensive personalized semi-private swim<br />

instruction for group of up to three students. One<br />

hour lessons shared by up to three at time of<br />

registration. Dates and times of lessons to be<br />

arranged – weekdays, evenings and weekends.<br />

Subevent: Pool Staff Fee: $75<br />

#95045A 5 lessons of one hour<br />

Continuous<br />

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS<br />

Individual swimming instruction for adults or kids -<br />

one student per instructor. Learn quickly and safely<br />

avoid <strong>the</strong> crowds; overcome your fear of water.<br />

Dates and times to be arranged – Weekday<br />

evenings and Weekends. Ages 5 +.<br />

Our Pool staff requires a strict schedule of<br />

lessons, missed swim lessons cannot be<br />

re-scheduled!<br />

SubEvent: Pool Staff* Fee: $135<br />

#95040A 5 lessons of one hour<br />

Continuous enrollment


A certificate of completion will be issued upon completion of this course<br />

The Basics<br />

Day 1: Introduction to Makeup Artistry <strong>the</strong> Perfect Canvas<br />

This workshop is designed for <strong>the</strong> make-up artist who needs to know <strong>the</strong> essential principles of<br />

make-up artistry. We will discuss some of <strong>the</strong> ins and outs of <strong>the</strong> business and explore<br />

different career choices in <strong>the</strong> makeup industry. We will also begin discussing <strong>the</strong> products,<br />

interacting with <strong>the</strong> client, <strong>the</strong> make-up kit brushes, hygiene, skin preparation and skin care.<br />

Next, we’ll explore different foundation techniques and teach you how to create a flawless<br />

foundation finish according to <strong>the</strong> clients “comfort level”. This intensive workshop will give you<br />

a solid foundation from which to start or enhance an exciting career in makeup industry!<br />

Day 2 & 3: The Power of Color / All About <strong>the</strong> Eyes<br />

This two day in-depth workshop includes professional makeup tips concentrating strictly on <strong>the</strong><br />

eye area. Learn hot to harmonize color with your client’s eyes, hair, skin tone, accessories and<br />

wardrobe using <strong>the</strong> artists color wheel. Next, learn to distinguish each individual eye shape<br />

and what eye-shadow techniques work best according to each eye. You’ll also learn proper<br />

product placement, eyebrow arching, false lash applications and correct eyeliner methods. Set<br />

yourself apart as professional makeup artist by understanding how to create dimension and<br />

shape. Truly an eye opener!<br />

Day 4: Shading and Highlighting<br />

Many styles of makeup can be created with <strong>the</strong> application of shading and highlighting. Learn<br />

how to create depth and movement, bringing energy to <strong>the</strong> surface of your medium. In this<br />

workshop you will be taught different contouring techniques and applications for <strong>the</strong> new<br />

millennium. Learn how to create glamorous looks for <strong>the</strong> women who is painting <strong>the</strong> town red.<br />

Learn trends seen in <strong>the</strong> most current fashion magazines, music videos and television.<br />

Dramatic Eyes, Luscious Lips… She can have it ALL!<br />

Day 5: Lab Day<br />

Lab days are where it all comes toge<strong>the</strong>r. We ask that in order to ensure a more accurate<br />

learning experience, you have a model join you in class. This is <strong>the</strong> time to meet one on one<br />

with your instructor and ask any questions regarding your previous workshops.<br />

Day 6: Last Looks<br />

This workshop is a <strong>way</strong> to say goodbye to <strong>the</strong> old you… and hello to <strong>the</strong> new you!! One last<br />

chance to shine!! You will also take a moment to take a quick and <strong>easy</strong> exit exam, to ensure<br />

that you understand your newly acquired knowledge.<br />

Please bring your own make-up kit and brushes.<br />

SubEvent: Jason Sanchez Fee: $299<br />

#86004A 4 Mondays & 2 Wednesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

June 25-July 16 (No class July 4)<br />

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A certificate of completion will be issued upon completion of this course<br />

Advanced Concepts<br />

Day 7: Combination 6<br />

In this workshop, you will be taught 6 different eye makeup combinations, day/evening looks<br />

As a professional makeup artist, you must learn to create several looks in order to bring out<br />

your client’s potential. We give you <strong>the</strong> steps for 6 different ideas that will put you on <strong>the</strong> right<br />

track!<br />

Day 8: Haute Couture<br />

This workshop is aimed at perfecting <strong>the</strong> techniques required to produce a High Fashion<br />

photographic and editorial style makeup application. This will allow students to maximize any<br />

artistic and editorial flair!! Let’s take a closer look at <strong>the</strong> fashion makeup concepts of Paris,<br />

Italy, and New York!<br />

Day 9: Hair Styling<br />

Diversity is everything in this business! We suggest you learn a thing or two about hair. This<br />

workshop is a one stop shop, designed to give you a few simple looks. We will teach you three<br />

quick, <strong>easy</strong> to do hairstyles – day, evening and high fashion look. Learn how to expand your<br />

technical skills and increase your earnings with a quick twist and a pin!!<br />

Day 10: Lab Day<br />

Lab days are where it all comes toge<strong>the</strong>r. Practice makes perfect! We ask that is order to<br />

ensure a more accurate learning experience, you have a model join you in class. This is <strong>the</strong><br />

one last time to meet your instructor and ask questions regarding any of your previous<br />

workshops.<br />

Day 11: Portfolio Building<br />

Lights, camera, action!! Now let’s get started on that portfolio. In this workshop you will work<br />

with a professional photographer and capture a few looks to use in your portfolio. Proper set<br />

etiquette will be discussed along with shading and highlighting techniques for any lighting<br />

setup. With all your new skills, this will be a snap!!<br />

Day 12: Bridal 101<br />

In this undeniably profitable workshop, you will learn everything you need to know about <strong>the</strong><br />

wedding day. This informative workshop will take you all <strong>the</strong> <strong>way</strong> from <strong>the</strong> consultation, to <strong>the</strong><br />

wedding day. You’ll learn everything from how to book your appointments, price your services,<br />

and increase your profits. You will learn popular makeup techniques, color selections, and<br />

popular application methods. This is a fabulous workshop! It was designed for <strong>the</strong> freelance<br />

artist who enjoys making a serious profit.<br />

Please bring your own make-up kit and brushes.<br />

SubEvent: Jason Sanchez Fee: $299<br />

#86005A 3 Mondays & 3 Wednesdays<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 23-August 8<br />

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PEARL & BEAD KNOTTING<br />

Do you have a strand of<br />

pearls or beads that need<br />

re-stringing? Now you can<br />

do it yourself and save<br />

money! In class you will<br />

practice your knotting<br />

skills by creating a new<br />

necklace or bracelet.<br />

Several styles and<br />

techniques will be taught.<br />

Material fee of $26 payable at time of<br />

registration will supply each student with<br />

cultured pearls, silk cord, sterling silver filled<br />

clasp/knotting tool. Instructor Terri Holtzman<br />

offers even more wonderful jewelry making and<br />

design classes in our art’s & crafts section.<br />

Sign-up early, don’t get left out.<br />

SubEvent: Terry Holtzman Fee: $40<br />

#52212A One Sunday<br />

2:00-5:00 p.m.<br />

July 22<br />

FLORAL DESIGN II<br />

This class is a continuation of floral design I, with<br />

emphasis on even more<br />

advanced floral arrangements<br />

& techniques. Bring your<br />

imagination and go creative.<br />

Material fee of $40 payable at<br />

time of registration pays for<br />

all your fresh flowers for all<br />

your floral design projects.<br />

Please bring a wire cutters, a<br />

floral knife and newspapers.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Fee: $65<br />

#50082A 3 Sundays<br />

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.<br />

July 22-August 5<br />

WEDDING FLORAL DESIGN<br />

Create a memorable and elaborate wedding floral<br />

design to suit<br />

that very<br />

precious day in<br />

your life. This<br />

class will help<br />

you prepare a<br />

bouquet,<br />

corsage and<br />

wedding floral<br />

table settings.<br />

Save time &<br />

money! You will<br />

be amazed at<br />

<strong>the</strong> floral<br />

arrangements<br />

you made yourself. Bring wire cutters, paring knife<br />

to class. Material fee of $25 payable at time of<br />

registration. Check out some of Instructor Eva<br />

Ucanan’s o<strong>the</strong>r hands-on extravagant creation<br />

classes in <strong>the</strong> Arts & Crafts section.<br />

SubEvent: Eva Ucanan Fee: $65<br />

#50088A One Sunday<br />

9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.<br />

August 12<br />

35<br />

POTTERY MAKING<br />

Students will learn <strong>the</strong> basics of throwing on a<br />

potter’s wheel. Simple forms such as cylinders,<br />

cups, and bowls will be<br />

emphasized. Learn<br />

centering, pulling, and<br />

trimming. Classes will<br />

explore a variety of<br />

hand building<br />

techniques including<br />

clay slab, pinch pots,<br />

coiling, molds, and glazing. Create all kinds of<br />

forms – you’re only limited by your imagination in<br />

hand building. Wear old clo<strong>the</strong>s, and to bring an old<br />

towel and apron. Material fee of $35 payable at first<br />

meeting. Held off campus. Limit 6 students.<br />

SubEvent: Toros Tngrian Fee: $175<br />

#99505A 5 Wednesdays<br />

6:30-9:30 p.m.<br />

July 11-August 8<br />

GLYCERIN SOAPMAKING<br />

Custom-made soaps are perfect for gifts, bathroom<br />

décor, and people<br />

with sensitive skin.<br />

You will create<br />

many kinds of<br />

soaps while<br />

learning how to<br />

layer colors, use<br />

molds and add<br />

fragrances, herbs<br />

and toys. Express your creativity and join <strong>the</strong> fun!<br />

Material fee of $18 payable at time of<br />

registration - covers all materials needed to<br />

complete <strong>the</strong> projects. Students must be on time<br />

to complete all Glycerin Soap projects.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee: $35<br />

#50091A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 13<br />

CANDLE MAKING<br />

Candles are a beautiful addition to your home<br />

décor and make wonderful welcome gifts. This<br />

candle-making<br />

workshop will<br />

cover <strong>the</strong> basic<br />

techniques for<br />

making both<br />

molded and<br />

container<br />

candles. Each<br />

student will<br />

make and take<br />

home a colorful<br />

chunk candle, a<br />

floating candle and a novelty gel candle. Handouts<br />

with instructions, tips and techniques will be<br />

provided. Wear old clo<strong>the</strong>s & closed-toe shoes. (no<br />

sandals please). Material fee of $15 payable at<br />

time of registration - covers all materials<br />

needed to complete projects. Please be on time,<br />

<strong>the</strong>re will be no class make-up.<br />

SubEvent: Jeanette Bovard Fee: $25<br />

#50041A One Friday<br />

6:00-9:00 p.m.<br />

July 6


SIZZLING SUMMER BAR-B-QUE<br />

WITH JESSE SANCHEZ!<br />

Summer is here and what better <strong>way</strong> to enjoy it<br />

than with a good ol’ outdoors barbecue. What<br />

makes this barbeque different is that Chef Jesse<br />

will demonstrate how you can grill your meals to<br />

include all <strong>the</strong> natural flavors and nutrients with<br />

healthy fresh ingredients. Join us at our campus<br />

oasis and don’t forget to bring your appetite!<br />

Material fee of $18 payable at time of<br />

registration<br />

SubEvent: Chef Jesse Sanchez Fee: $40<br />

#45555A One Saturday<br />

1:30-4:30 p.m.<br />

August 4<br />

LIVE – RENT FREE!!!<br />

Apartment Management Certificate Class<br />

Have you noticed all <strong>the</strong> highrise<br />

buildings going up? This<br />

class will cover all <strong>the</strong> topics<br />

necessary to become an<br />

apartment manager; or, if you<br />

are a property/building owner,<br />

get <strong>the</strong> skills and laws needed to<br />

properly manage and facilitate your<br />

investment. Topics include: Unlawful<br />

detainer/eviction laws & procedures. Rental leasecontracts,<br />

Rental marketing techniques, Manager<br />

salary/benefits; Section 8, Rent control and more.<br />

SubEvent: Cavalin Fee: $100<br />

#20020A 3 Mondays<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

July 9-23<br />

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ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN !!!<br />

REGISTER (323) 953-4000 EXT. 2651<br />

Register by Phone: (323) 953-4000 x-2651<br />

THE BUSINESS OF BARTENDING –<br />

BECOME A PROFESSIONAL BARTENDER<br />

Start working after completing this class!<br />

Why pay hundreds of dollars more at o<strong>the</strong>r schools<br />

to learn bartending when this bartending class will<br />

cover all you need to know in <strong>the</strong> field of bartending<br />

and more! As <strong>the</strong> economy struggles and<br />

employment worsens - Bartending jobs are in<br />

demand wherever you go! Bartending requires so<br />

much more than knowing how to put ice in a glass<br />

and adding <strong>the</strong> proper ingredients. Kellie will<br />

prepare you to be a great salesperson; a customer<br />

service expert and<br />

an honest/valuable<br />

employee with skills<br />

that will help you<br />

succeed in <strong>the</strong> real<br />

world of bartending.<br />

With <strong>the</strong> skills<br />

gained from Kellie<br />

Nicholson’s class<br />

and her notoriety<br />

in <strong>the</strong> Bartending<br />

world plus certificate of completion, her<br />

students have successfully secured bartending<br />

jobs after completing this class, Kellie’s clientele<br />

includes Will from <strong>the</strong> Black Eyed Peas, David<br />

Schwimmer, Jessica Simpson and Ashton Kucher.<br />

Material fee of $50 payable online to<br />

www.barbizz.com/pay before class starts.<br />

Those who score 90% or above on <strong>the</strong> tests will<br />

be awarded a Master’s Certificate of Excellence!<br />

SubEvent: Kellie Nicholson Fee: $150<br />

#25012A 3 Tuesdays<br />

6:00-10:00 p.m.<br />

August 7-21<br />

“Dear Kellie, this is Ivette from your Bartending<br />

class at <strong>Los</strong> <strong>Angeles</strong> <strong>City</strong> <strong>College</strong>, I just wanted to<br />

tell you I had my first interview as a bartender<br />

yesterday, I did not know what to expect, however<br />

THEY HIRED ME! Thank you so much for teaching<br />

me <strong>the</strong> Business of Bartending” – Ivette

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