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SUMMER CREDIT & NONCREDIT SESSIONS • START CLASSES IN MAY OR JULY • 2010

Columbia

Greene

Community College

NEWS & CLASS SCHEDULE

Save big money

this summer

& get a jump

on college

INSIDE

Summer Credit Sessions Sizzle 1 • Summer Registration Info 1 • Credit Classes 2-5 • Summer Sports Camps 20

Noncredit Program Highlights 1-2 • Noncredit Classes 6-18 • Noncredit Registration Info 19


SUMMERNEWS

COLUMBIA-GREENE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CRDEDIT & NONCREDIT CLASSES • SUMMER 2010

C-GCC’s Summer Sessions

Sizzle with Selection

hether it’s outdoors or online, college students

can get ahead this summer with a class at Columbia-Greene

Community College. With two summer sessions slated, the

college is offering classes in kayaking and river ecology as well

as such online courses as Foundations of Business and Web Page

Authoring. The roster also features a healthy selection of both

introductory and advanced classes.

Save (Big) $$$

this Summer

You can spend $414* for a three-credit

course at C-GCC or up to 8 times that

amount at a neighboring private college.

The choice is yours, and C-GCC provides

many options when it comes to its summer

roster (see the lead story on this page and

the class schedule inside and online at

www.mycommunitycollege.com).

W“We have a rich selection of courses,” said Vice

President and Dean of Academic Affairs Phyllis

Carito. “Students enrolled at other colleges can save

significantly by taking a class while they’re home for

the summer.

“We have interesting electives that can spice up

summer study, and students can learn in airconditioned

classrooms or at the beach, with an

online class.”

Advanced classes include such titles as Life Span

Development, Abnormal Psychology, and History

of Arab-Israeli Conflict.

Introductory classes include: Basic Painting, Digital

Photography, Composition, Statistics, Education of

Diverse Populations, United States History (1492-

1865), and Sociology. Also, Human Biology,

Computer Essentials, Computer Graphics, Media

and Society, and General Psychology, among others.

A complete schedule of summer classes will be

mailed to residents of both Columbia and Greene

counties in mid-April. A searchable class schedule is

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Summer

Registration

Part-time, nonmatriculated students can

register for the Summer Session 2010, which

begins on May 17, by telephone or in person at

the Greenport campus, weekdays, from 9 a.m. to 5

p.m., beginning April 5.

Matriculated students wishing to begin the

admissions process may make an appointment to do

so by calling the Admissions Office at (518) 828-

4181 extension 5513. Day and evening appointments

are available.

In addition, both nonmatriculated and matriculated

students may register for courses on Open

Registration Day, May 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00

p.m. Payment is due upon registration.

Students should bring official high school or

GED transcripts and all official college transcripts

with them to open registration. Applications for

admission to Columbia-Greene can be completed

with an admissions counselor or done prior to open

r e g i s t r a t i o n b y d o i n g s o o n l i n e a t

www.mycommunitycollege.com.

A complete list of summer credit classes is published

inside. For more information, call the Office

of Records and Registration at (518) 828-4181,

extension 5514.

PHONE-IN REGISTRATION

Phone-in registration is available only to part-time,

non-matriculated students using most major credit

cards. Please call the Registration Office April 5 -

May 14 for the Summer Session. Call between the

hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. The number is (518)

828-4181, extension 5514.

ONLINE COURSES (COMPLETE

IN SEVEN WEEKS*):

Computer Applications

Foundations of

Business

Web page Authoring

Composition and

Literature

Critical Issues in Health

US History 1492-1865

SPECIAL CLASSES THAT CAN

BE COMPLETED IN LESS THAN

SIX WEEKS*:

River Ecology

First Aid and Safety

US History

1865-Present

History of the

Modern Middle East

General Psychology

Abnormal Psychology

Introduction to

Sociology

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Canoeing/Kayaking

*See details and complete listings inside.

Noncredit Classes

in Solar, Art Shine

this Summer

Abasic class in solar-thermal installation will

be featured among the noncredit summer

classes that are scheduled at various times,

from May through August, at Columbia-Greene

Community College.

The class Solar Thermal Installation and Design

Basics will cover solar hot water systems for home or

business. Taught by Peter Skinner, president of

E2R, and Betsy Ferris Wyman, vice president of

SunDog Solar, Inc., the two-session course begins

June 15.

Other new noncredit offerings this summer

include Successfully Promoting Community

Events, a media toolkit for small organizations.

Also, Romance Throughout the Ages, a discussion

of romantic love through literature and art; and Your

Story Center Stage in which participants translate

their life stories in short theater pieces.

Another newcomer is Uke it Up, a beginning

ukulele class that covers starting a “ukestra,” an

orchestra consisting exclusively of the unique

stringed instruments. Also added is Monotype

Workshop, focusing on the creation of prints on

Plexiglas.

Also debuting this summer are Create a Vintage

Style Blouse, Sewing for the Dog, and Nuts and

Bolts of Wage and Hour Laws, which covers components

of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

The music and dance section of the noncredit

summer semester includes a songwriting workshop

and dance classes in Middle Eastern, salsa, Irish set,

and flamenco. Meanwhile, art offerings cover such

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*Based on $138 per-credit rate for

New York State Residents, plus applicable fees.

Summer Sports Camps

Summer sports camps at Columbia-Greene

Community College will include baseball,

basketball, soccer, softball, tennis, golf, volleyball,

field hockey and bowling. (See schedule on

back cover.)

Each camp includes individual coaching, low student/coach

ratio, highly qualified staff, and up-todate

techniques. Participants will be assigned to a

supervised group according to ability and age.

Each camp runs for one week. The camp schedule

runs from June to August.

For registration information, call the Athletics

Office at (518) 828-4181, extension 3210. ■

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FA L L R E G I S T R AT I O N

I N F O R M AT I O N

C R E D I T C L A S S E S

REGISTRATION DAYS — Will be held

June 23 and August 17, 19 and 25 for matriculated

students by appointment only. All advisors

will be available between 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Please call the Counseling Office at 828-4181,

extension 3396, for an appointment.

A late registration will be held on September 2

for all students who need to complete the admissions

process and register for Fall classes. New

students should bring official high school or

GED transcripts and all official college transcripts

with them to registration. Applications

for admission to C-GCC can be completed with

an admissions counselor or done online at

www.mycommunitycollege.

DAILY REGISTRATION (In-Person &

Telephone) — Nonmatriculated students can

register at any time until the beginning of classes.

Stop by the Registration Office Monday

through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to

complete a registration form. Nonmatriculated

students can also register by telephone (518)

828-4181, extension 5514, using most major

credit cards.

COMPLETING THE REGISTRATION

PROCESS — All students are required to

submit a Certificate of Residence. Residents of

Columbia and Greene counties can show proof

of residency at the C-GCC Bursar’s Office, but

in some instances may be required to go to their

County Treasurer’s Office.


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Summer Sessions Sizzle

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also available online at www.mycommunitycollege.com.

Summer I begins May 17, with some classes

beginning on May 24 as well. Summer II commences

June 28, with some classes commencing on

July 12. All classes are offered in accelerated schedules

during both day and evening hours, and some

start at various times throughout the summer.

A special Open Registration Day is scheduled for

May 14, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., during which

students can register for either semester.

Matriculated students can currently begin registering

with their advisors.

Meanwhile, part-time, non-matriculated students

can register any weekday, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,

either in person or by telephone (major credit cards

accepted).

For more information, call the Registrar’s Office

at (518) 828-4181, extension 5514, or e-mail

info@mycommunitycollege.com.


Summer Registration

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CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCE

A certificate of residence is required from all students

for each academic year (Fall through

Summer). The certificate must be obtained from the

County Treasurer’s Office in the county in which you

permanently reside and may not be obtained more

than 2 months prior to the start of classes. Residents

of Columbia and Greene Counties can show proof

of residency at the Bursar’s Office, and in some

instances may be required to go to their County

Treasurers Office. Residents of New York, Nassau

and Suffolk counties must obtain a Certificate of

Residence prior to registration. Some counties will

not honor a certificate that is issued after the start of

classes. All other county residents must obtain a

Certificate of Residence from the county in which

they reside. Please contact the Bursar’s Office at

extension 3338 for special procedures

For the Summer Sessions, you must submit the

Certificate of Residence to the Bursar’s Office by

April 22. A Certificate of Residence for Summer

2010 is not due, if one was submitted for the Fall

2009 or Spring 2010 semesters.

IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS

Students attending New York State colleges and

universities are required to show proof of immunity

against measles, mumps, and rubella. People born

before January 1, 1957 will be exempt from this

requirement. All students who are enrolled for at

least six semester hours must also complete and

return C-GCC’s meningitis response form.

Please contact the Director of Health Services for

more detailed information.

PAYMENT OF BILLS

All students who register for Summer I prior to

April 22 must pay their bill by April 22, all students

who register for Summer II prior to June 3 must pay

their bill by June 3. However, students who register

after April 22 or June 3 will be required to pay their

bill at the time of registration. Make checks payable

to Columbia-Greene Community College or pay

with most major credit cards.


Anton N. Kasanof, a trustee of Columbia-Greene

Community College, received the Anne M. Bushnell

Memorial Award recently from the New York

Community College Trustees. The Bushnell award is

granted for special achievement. Kasanof was cited for his

outstanding service and contributions to C-GCC,

NYCCT and the field of education. Kasanof, who served

as chairman of C-GCC's Board of Trustees, from 1999 to

2003, served as president of NYCCT, from 2006 to 2009.

Summer Noncredit Classes

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topics as jewelry making, painting, beading, knitting,

quilting, photography, and creative stamping.

The roster also includes basic classes in investing,

retirement planning and cost cutting. Or, run away

with the circus and be home for dinner with

Juggling and Circus Skills.

For the active, the noncredit schedule lists classes

in boating safety as well as both basic and experienced

motorcycling. In addition, the state-approved

5-Hour Pre-Licensing Course for all drivers with

permits who are seeking a road test will be offered

as well as The National Traffic Safety Institute’s

Accident Prevention Course.

Computer classes cover Microsoft’s word processing,

spreadsheet and database software as well as

QuickBooks 2009 and Windows XP. Health offerings

cover such topics as yoga and massage.

Basis Conversational Spanish, Building a Home-

Based Business, 20 Ways to Earn Residual Income,

and Getting Paid to Talk are also on the roster. In

addition, the listings cover tarot, horse training, and

adoption.

Summer noncredit courses begin in early May,

with starting dates continuing throughout August.

In all, 114 titles are listed.

Most noncredit classes are offered during convenient

weeknight and weekend hours.

Register for summer noncredit classes at the

Greenport campus or by mail through the coupon

on the back page of this newsletter. To register by

telephone (major credit cards accepted) or to request

a schedule, call (518) 828-4181, extension 3342.

Noncredit class listings and descriptions can also

be found on the college’s Web site:

www.mycommunitycollege.com. Choose “Noncredit

Course Listing” from the “Quick links” menu on the

homepage.


ACCOUNTING

AC 101 61 Financial Accounting 5/24 – 6/30 Roberts T R 06:00PM-9:30PM 3.00

ART

AR 104 51 + Basic Painting 5/24 – 6/30 Adams T R 09:00AM-12:55PM 3.00

AR 119 61 + Basic Drawing 5/24 – 6/30 Adams T R 06:00PM-9:55PM 3.00

AUTOMOTIVE

AU 131 51D Work Study I 5/24 - 8/19 Staff MTWRF Off Campus 2.00

AU 231 51D Work Study II 5/24 - 8/19 Staff MTWRF Off Campus 2.00

BIOLOGY

BI 112 51 + Human Biology-Lecture 5/24 – 6/30 Staff T R 09:00AM-11:20AM 3.00

BI 112L 52 Human Biology-Lab 5/24 – 6/30 Staff T R 11:45AM-3:10PM .00

BI 119 52D + River Ecology 6/7 - 6/17 Shaw MTWR 08:00AM-5:00PM 3.00

BI 130 51 *+ A & P I-Lecture 5/24 – 6/30 Baxter MTW 09:00AM-11:15AM 4.00

BI 130L 52 A & P I – Lab 5/24 – 6/30 Baxter MTW 11:45AM-02:00PM .00

BI 210 51 *+ Gen Microbiology-Lect 5/24 – 6/30 Holsapple TWR 09:00AM-11:15AM 4.00

BI 210L 52 Gen Microbiology-Lab 5/24 – 6/30 Holsapple T R 12:15PM-03:40PM .00

BUSINESS

C R E D I T C O U R S E L I S T I N G S • S U M M E R I & I I • 2010

SUMMER I SEMESTER

May 17 – June 30 • Check dates course will run below

Open Registration days for Summer I and II will be held May 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Matriculated students can make an appointment to register on June 23 as well. In addition,

nonmatriculated students can also register any weekday, Monday through Thursday through

June. To register, call (518) 828-4181, extension 5514. For more on registration, see page 1,

call the number above or e-mail info@mycommunitycollege.com. Also, visit our schedule online

at www.mycommunitycollege.com.

KEY TO COURSE LISTING CODES

* = Prerequisite/special notation. See catalog for details.

+ = Additional Course Fee. Contact Bursar’s Office. (Ext. 3338)

[ ] = Remedial courses do not earn college level credits but do count for

financial aid purposes and eligibility in student activities.

D = Special dated courses; TBA = To Be Arranged

M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday;

S = Saturday; N = Sunday

COURSE NUMBER TITLE INSTRUCTOR DAYS TIME CREDITS

BU 103 40D Foundations of Business 5/17 – 6/24 Broast TBA INTERNET 3.00


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COURSE NUMBER TITLE INSTRUCTOR DAYS TIME LOCATION CREDITS

BU 211 51D Supervised Business Exp 5/24-8/19 Anderson TBA Off Campus 3.00

CAREER PLANNING

CP 113 51D * Career Exp Field Study 5/24 - 8/19 Anderson TBA Off Campus 1.00

CP 114 51D * Career Exp Field Study 5/24-8/19 Anderson TBA Off Campus 3.00

CHEMISTRY

CH 101 51D + General Chemistry I-Lect 5/24-7/22 Byrnes TWR 09:00AM-11:05AM 4.00

CH 101L 52D General Chemistry I-Lab 5/24-7/22 Byrnes T R 11:30AM-02:40PM .00

COMPUTER INFORMATION

CI 105 61 * Computer Applications 5/24 – 6/30 Broast T R 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CS 125 40D Web Page Authoring 5/17 -6/24 Jones TBA INTERNET 3.00

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CJ 295 51 * CJ Field Study I 5/24 – 6/30 DeLuca TBA Off Campus 3.00

CJ 297 51D *+ National CJ Study 5/16-5/19 DeLuca TBA Off Campus 3.00

ECONOMICS

EC 101 61 Macroeconomics 5/24 – 6/30 Staff T R 06:00PM-09:30PM 3.00

EDUCATION

ED 110 41 Education of Diverse Populations 5/24 – 6/30 Bendel T 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

ENGLISH

EN 101 51 Composition 5/24 – 6/30 Isabelle T R 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

EN 102 40D * Comp and Literature 5/17 – 6/24 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

EN 102 51 * Comp and Literature 5/24 – 6/30 Longley M W 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

EN 232 41 * Short Stories 5/24 – 6/30 Allard T 11:00AM-01:30PM 3.00

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HYBRID

HEALTH

HE 103 40D Critical Issues in Health 5/17 – 6/24 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

HE 201 51D First Aid & Safety 5/21-6/18 (5 Fridays) Staff F 09:00AM-05:00PM 3.00

HISTORY

HI 101 51 WC 5000BC-1700AD 5/24 – 6/30 Staff M W 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

HI 103 40D U S History 1492-1865 5/17 – 6/24 Botsford TBA INTERNET 3.00

HI 220 61 * Hist of Arab-Israeli Confl 5/24 – 6/30 Staff M W 06:00PM-09:30PM 3.00

MATHEMATICS

MA 090 61 *+ Math Fundamentals 5/24 - 6/30 Valentine T R 05:00PM-08:50PM [3.00]

MA 100 61 * Elementary Algebra 5/24 – 6/30 Phippen T R 05:00PM-08:50PM [3.00]

MA 100 62 * Elementary Algebra 5/24 – 6/30 Valentine M W 05:00PM-08:50PM [3.00]

MA 102 61 * Statistics 5/24 – 6/30 Staff T R 05:30PM-08:55PM 3.00

MA 110 61D * College Algebra 5/24-7/22 Staff TWR 05:30PM-07:35PM 4.00

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PE 112 51D * Canoeing/Kayaking 6/5, 6/6, 6/12, 6/13 Collier/Haller S N 08:00AM-06:00PM 1.00

POLITICAL SCIENCE

PS 101 51 American Government 5/24– 6/30 Staff T R 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

PSYCHOLOGY

PY 101 40D General Psychology 5/17 – 6/24 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

PY 101 51 General Psychology 5/24 – 6/30 Engel T R 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

PY 101 61 General Psychology 5/24 – 6/30 Staff T R 06:00PM-09:30PM 3.00

PY 104 51 Psychology for Business 5/24 – 6/30 Mathews T R 01:00PM-04:30PM 3.00

PY 201 51 * Life Span Development 5/24 – 6/30 Lew-Snider M W 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

PY 205 51 * Child and Adol Psych 5/24 – 6/30 Wrigley T R 09:00AM-12:30PM 3.00

PY 299 40D * Abnormal Psychology 5/17 – 6/24 Cameron TBA INTERNET 3.00

SCIENCE

SC 141 51 + Forensic Science - Lect 5/24 – 6/30 Powell S TWR 11:45AM-02:00PM 4.00

SC 141L 52 Forensic Science - Lab 5/24 – 6/30 Powell S TWR 09:00AM-11:15AM .00

SC 210 51D * Environmental Field Studies 5/24-8/19 Anderson TBA Off Campus 3.00

SOCIOLOGY

SO 101 40D Intro to Sociology 5/17 – 6/24 Cameron TBA INTERNET 3.00

SO 101 61 Intro to Sociology 5/24 – 6/30 Staff M W 06:00PM-09:30PM 3.00

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SUMMER II SEMESTER

June 28 –August 19 • Check dates course will run below

Open Registration day for Summer II will be held May 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Matriculated students can make an appointment to register on June 23 as well. In addition, nonmatriculated

students can also register any weekday, Monday through Thursday through June. To

register, call (518) 828-4181, extension 5514. For more on registration, see page 1, call the number

above or e-mail info@mycommunitycollege.com. Also, visit our schedule online at

www.mycommunitycollege.com.

KEY TO COURSE LISTING CODES

* = Prerequisite/special notation. See catalog for details.

+ = Additional Course Fee. Contact Bursar’s Office. (Ext. 3338)

[ ] = Remedial courses do not earn college level credits but do count for

financial aid purposes and eligibility in student activities.

D = Special dated courses; TBA = To Be Arranged

M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday; S =

Saturday; N = Sunday

COURSE NUMBER TITLE INSTRUCTOR DAYS TIME CREDITS

ART

AR 135 81 + Digital Photography 7/12 – 8/19 Adams M W 09:00am-12:30pm 3.00

AR 140 81 Computer Graphics 7/12 – 8/19 Depp T R 09:00am-12:10pm 3.00

BIOLOGY

BI 112 91 + Human Biology-Lecture 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 05:00pm-6:25pm 3.00

BI 112L 92 Human Biology-Lab 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 06:45pm-8:50pm .00

BI 119 81D + River Ecology 7/12 - 7/22 Shaw MTWR 08:00am-5:00pm 3.00

BI 131 81 *+ A & P II– Lecture 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 11:45pm-1:50pm 4.00

BI 131L 82 A & P II – Lab 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 09:00am-11:05am .00

BI 131L 83 A & P II – Lab 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 02:30pm-04:35pm .00

CHEMISTRY

CH 105 81 + Intro Chemistry-Lecture 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 09:00am-11:05am 4.00

CH 105L 81 Intro Chemistry-Lab 7/12 – 8/19 Staff T R 11:45am-02:55pm .00

COMMUNICATION

CO 207 81 Media & Society 7/12 – 8/19 Greene T R 01:00pm-4:10pm 3.00

COMPUTER INFORMATION

CI 101 91 Computer Essentials 7/12 – 8/19 Staff M W 06:00pm-09:10pm 3.00

CI 105 42D * Computer Applications 6/28 – 8/6 Broast TBA INTERNET 3.00

EDUCATION

ED 101 81 Ed In American Society 7/12 – 8/19 Bendel T R 01:00pm-04:10pm 3.00

ENGLISH

EN 090 81 * English Fundamentals 7/12 -8/19 Staff TWR 02:15pm-04:25pm [3.00]

EN 101 81 Composition 7/12 – 8/19 Greene T R 09:00am-12:10pm 3.00

EN 102 91 * Composition & Literature 7/12 – 8/19 Staff M W 06:00pm-09:10pm 3.00

HEALTH

HE 201 91 First Aid & Safety 7/12 – 8/19 Staff T R 01:00pm-04:10pm 3.00

HISTORY

HI 102 91 Western Civil 1700-Present 7/12 – 8/19 Staff M W 06:00pm-09:10pm 3.00

HI 104 42D U.S. History 1865-Present 6/28-8/6 Botsford TBA INTERNET 3.00

HI 120 42D History Modern Middle East 6/28-8/6 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

LANGUAGE

SA 111 91 Spanish For Health Care Professionals 7/12 – 8/19 Carlisle M W 06:00pm-09:10pm 3.00

MATHEMATICS

MA 090 81 * Mathematics Fundamentals 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 09:00am-11:20am [3.00]

MA 090 91 * Mathematics Fundamentals 7/12 – 8/19 Staff M W 05:00pm-08:30pm [3.00]

MA 100 81 * Elementary Algebra 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 08:30am-10:50am [3.00]

MA 100 91 * Elementary Algebra 7/12 – 8/19 Phippen M W 05:00pm-08:30pm [3.00]

MA 102 91 * Statistics 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 06:00pm-08:05pm 3.00

MA 110 91 * College Algebra 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 06:00pm-08:50pm 4.00

POLITICAL SCIENCE

PS 130 91 Contemp Constitut Issues 7/12 – 8/19 Staff T R 06:00pm-09:10pm 3.00

PSYCHOLOGY

PY 101 42D General Psychology 6/28 - 8/06 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

PY 101 81 General Psychology 7/12 – 8/19 Bendel T R 09:00AM-12:10PM 3.00

PY 215 81 * Theories of Personality 7/12 – 8/19 Staff T R 09:00AM-12:10PM 3.00

COLLEGE SKILLS

RS 100 81 * College Skills 7/12 – 8/19 Staff TWR 11:15AM-01:45PM [3.00]

SOCIOLOGY

SO 101 42D Introduction to Sociology 6/28-8/6 Botsford TBA INTERNET 3.00

SO 101 81 Introduction to Sociology 7/12 – 8/19 Staff M W 09:00AM-12:10PM 3.00


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SPECIAL DATED COURSES

COURSE NUMBER TITLE INSTRUCTOR DAYS TIME CREDITS

AUTOMOTIVE

AU 131 51D Work Study I 5/24 – 8/19 Staff MTWRF Off Campus 2.00

AU 231 51D Work Study II 5/24 – 8/19 Staff MTWRF Off Campus 2.00

BUSINESS

BU 103 40D Foundations of Business 5/17 – 6/24 Broast TBA INTERNET 3.00

BU 211 51D Supervised Business Exp 5/24 – 8/19 Anderson TBA Off Campus 3.00

CAREER PLANNING

CP 113 51D * Career Exp Field Study 5/24 – 8/19 Anderson TBA Off Campus 1.00

CP 114 51D * Career Exp Field Study 5/24 – 8/19 Anderson TBA Off Campus 3.00

CHEMISTRY

CH 101 51D + General Chemistry I – Lect 5/24 – 7/22 Byrnes TWR 09:00AM-11:05AM 4.00

CH 101L 52D General Chemistry I – Lab 5/24 – 7/22 Byrnes T R 11:30AM-02:40PM .00

COMPUTER INFORMATION

CI 105 42D * Computer Applications 6/28 – 8/6 Broast TBA INTERNET 3.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CS 125 40D Web Page Authoring 5/17 – 6/24 Jones TBA INTERNET 3.00

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CJ 297 51D *+ National Crim Just Study 5/16 – 5/19 DeLuca TBA Off Campus 3.00

ENGLISH

EN 102 40D* Comp and Literature 5/17 – 6/24 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

HEALTH

HE 103 40D Critical Issues in Health 5/17 – 6/24 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

HE 201 51D First Aid & Safety 5/21 – 6/18 (5 Fridays) Staff F 09:00AM-05:00PM 3.00

HISTORY

HI 103 40D US History 1492-1965 5/17 – 6/24 Botsford TBA INTERNET 3.00

HI 104 42D US History 1865-Present 6/28 – 8/6 Botsford TBA INTERNET 3.00

HI 120 42D Hist Modern Middle East 6/28 – 8/6 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

MATHEMATICS

MA 110 61D * College Algebra 5/24 – 7/22 Staff TWR 05:30PM-07:35PM 3.00

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PE 112 51D * Canoeing/Kayakin 6/5, 6/6, 6/12, 6/13 Collier/Haller SN 08:00AM-06:00PM 1.00

PSYCHOLOGY

PY 101 40D General Psychology 5/17 – 6/24 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

PY 101 42D General Psychology 6/28 – 8/06 Staff TBA INTERNET 3.00

PY 299 40D * Abnormal Psychology 5/17 – 6/24 Cameron TBA INTERNET 3.00

SCIENCE

BI 119 52D + River Ecology 6/7 – 6/17 Shaw MTWR 08:00AM-05:00PM 3.00

BI 119 81D + River Ecology 7/12 – 7/22 Shaw MTWR 08:00AM-05:00PM 3.00

SC 210 51D * Environmental Field Studies 5/24 – 8/19 Anderson TBA Off Campus 3.00

SOCIOLOGY

SO 101 40D Introduction to Sociology 5/17 – 6/24 Cameron TBA INTERNET 3.00

SO 101 42D Introduction to Sociology 6/28 – 8/6 Botsford TBA INTERNET 3.00


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AR 08564 Quilting Bee

AR 08717 Summer Quilt Camp

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AR 08807 Creative Stamping I

AR 08812 Creative Stamping II

AR 08826 Learn to Crochet

AR 08829 Learn to Knit

AR 08861 Beginner Woodturning

AR 08863 Knit Sox on Double Pointed Needles

AR 08865 Intermediate Woodturning

AR 08874 Net Bezel Cabochon

AR 08881 Beaded Flower Pin

AR 08885 Spin to Knit – Project I

AR 08886 Spin to Knit – Project 2

AR 08890 Learn to Quilt

AR 08892 Spin to Knit – Project 3

AR 08893 Spin to Knit – Project 4

AR 08894 Sweater Clinic – Project 1

AR 08895 Sewing for the Dog

AR 08896 Sewing a Vintage Style Blouse

AR 08897 Sweater Clinic – Project 2

AR 08898 Sweater Clinic – Project 3

AR 08899 Sweater Clinic – Project 4

AR 16257 Studio Painting

AR 16348 Donna Dewberry One Stroke Painting

AR 16352 Calligraphy

AR 16353 Color Photography

AR 16366 Beaded Watch Bracelet

AR 16371 Local Inspirations with Watercolor

AR 16373 Beading on a Loom

AR 16384 Summer Spectacular Necklace

AR 16393 Advanced Beading on a Loom

AR 16394 Make a Beaded Bracelet

AR 16395 Yes, You Can Draw!

AR 16397 Make a Cluster Necklace

AR 16398 Shell & Pearl Necklace & Earring Set

AR 16399 Flower Medallion Using Peyote Stitch

AR 16400 Glass Foil Necklace

AR 16401 Bicone Bracelet & Earring Set

AR 16402 Netted Eagle Eye Cabochon

AR 16403 Rivoli Ring

AR 16404 Iolite and Blue Agate Necklace

AR 16405 Knotted Silk Cord Necklace

AR 16406 Flat Peyote Stitch Earrings

AR 16407 Artist Jasper Necklace

AR 16408 Monotype Workshop

BOATING

BO 99220

BO 99280

BUSINESS

BU 24069

BU 24213

BU 68142

COMPUTERS

Boating Safety Course

Keelboat Sailing Certification Course

Buy/Sell Real Estate

Basic Office Software Skills

Notary Public Workshop

CM 28230 Intro Microsoft Excel-Level 1

CM 28231 Intro Microsoft Excel-Level 2

CM 28233 Intro Microsoft Access – Level 1

CM 28259 Intro to Microsoft Word 2003

CM 28259 Intro to Microsoft Word 2007

CM 28398 Microsoft Windows XP

CM 28405 Intro to QuickBooks 2009

CM 28406 QuickBooks 2009 – Level 2

DEFENSIVE DRIVING

DD 68057

FINANCE

FI 24102

FI 24173

FI 24189

FI 24220

FI 24227

FI 24236

Defensive Driving

Investing $’s Wisely

Retirement Planning

S-t-r-e-t-c-h Your IRA

Savings Bonds

What are Annuities?

Cutting Costs in Difficult Times

HEALTH & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

HE 36187

HE 36239

HE 36260

HE 36273

HE 36274

HE 62297

HE 62298

HE 62300

HUMANITIES

HU 44416

HU 44429

HU 44431

LANGUAGES

LA 44427

Partner Neck/Shoulder Massage

Adult CPR/AED/First Aid

De-Stress and Relax

Essential Oils with Foot Reflexology

Crystal Works

Yoga for Relaxation

Tennis Program

Zumba

So You Want to be an Actor

Your Story: Center Stage

Romance Throughout the Ages

Beginning Conversational Spanish

MOTORCYCLING

SI 99238

SI 99240

SI 99250

MUSIC AND DANCE

MU 62260

MU 62277

MU 62294

MU 62301

MU 62303

MU 62304

PHYSICAL FITNESS

PH 62051

Basic Rider Course

Experienced (ERC) Rider Course

BRC Additional Riding Course

Middle Eastern Dance

Irish Set Dancing

Beginning Flamenco Dance

Let’s Salsa!

Songwriting Workshop

Uke it Up!

Fundamentals of Golf

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

PR 24232

PR 28338

PR 32184

PR 68280

PR 68328

PR 68413

PR 68463

PR 68464

PR 68467

PR 68468

PR 68474

SPECIAL INTERESTS

Building a Home-Based Business

Start Your Own Business

Getting Paid to Talk

Identifying Child Abuse

Infection Control

20 Ways to Earn Residual Income

Cultural Competency Workshop

Professional Communications

Start a Home-Based Food Business

Hearing Aid Dispenser Continuing

Education Course

Nuts & Bolts of Wage & Hour Laws

SI 99198 Tarot in Your Life #1

SI 99198 Tarot in Your Life #2

SI 99198 Tarot in Your Life #3

SI 99198 Tarot in Your Life #4

SI 99206 I’ve Got Your Number

SI 99211 How to Locate Anyone, Anywhere

SI 99246 Young Adult Education

SI 99249 Horse Behavior & Training

SI 99254 Developing Intuitive Skills

SI 99267 5 Hr. Pre-Licensing Course (MV-278)

SI 99275 Juggling and Circus Skills

SI 99282 Power Your Home With the Sun

SI 99283 Horseback Riding – 18+ years of age

SI 99286 An Intro to Domestic Adoption

SI 99288 Solar Thermal Installation & Design

SI 99289 Promoting Community Events

N O N C R E D I T C O U R S E D E S C R I P T I O N S • S U M M E R 2 0 1 0

ARTS AND CRAFTS

AR 08564-1A

Quilting Bee

These sessions will offer information on various

techniques used in quilting. Also included will be

discussions regarding specific quilting projects.

These discussions will allow the participants to

share their experiences and skills with each other. If

you want to experience an old-fashioned type of

quilting bee session, please come and join us. This

class will meet on May 12, June 9, July 14, and

August 11, 2010. The only charge for this course is

the $3.00 registration fee. Please call the

Community Services Office at the College for further

information.

Instructor: MaryAnn Peters – experienced quilt

maker.

C-GCC-Faculty Lounge

Begins: May 12, 2010

4 Wednesdays

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fee: Free

AR 08717

Summer Quilt Camp

Summer is camp season. So let’s go to Quilt Camp

and have some quilting fun. Start a project or finish

one. Learn a new technique. The optional project

will be a quilted tote bag. The required pattern (cost

$8.00) for this tote bag is payable to the instructor

in class. A materials list for this class is available

from the Community Services Office at the

College.

Instructor: Mary Ann Peters

AR 08717-1A

C-GCC-Room 117

4 Mondays

Begins: June 7, 2010

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $34.00

AR 08717-2A

C-GCC-Room 117

4 Mondays

Begins: July 12, 2010

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $34.00

AR 08805

Intro to Rubber Stamping

Learn the art of rubber stamping. We will use a variety

of inks, markers, chalks, colored pencils and

embossing powders to create a variety of effects. You

will be amazed at what you will create. Participants

will make 3 cards, all new projects. The cost of supplies,

payable to the instructor in class, is $ 10.00.

Instructor: Karen Ballantine has been creating with

rubber stamps for ten years and demonstrating and

teaching for six years.

AR 08805-1A

C-GCC-Room 105A

1 Monday

Begins: May 3, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $ 7.00

AR 08805-2A

C-GCC-Room 115

1 Monday

Begins: June 7, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $ 7.00

AR 08805-3A

C-GCC-Room 115

1 Monday

Begins: July 12, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $ 7.00

AR 08807

Creative Rubber Stamping I

(Intermediate/Beginner)

Go beyond the basics of rubber stamping. Learn

new ideas and techniques, backgrounds, embellishments

and more. You do not have to be artistic to

stamp. Come and see how much fun and how easy

it is to create beautiful cards. Make three cards, all

NEW projects. The cost of supplies, payable to the

instructor in class, is $ 10.00.

Instructor: Karen Ballantine

AR 08807-1A

C-GCC-Room 105A

1 Monday

Begins: May 10, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $7.00

AR 08807-2A

C-GCC-Room 115

1 Monday

Begins: June 14, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $7.00

AR 08807-3A

C-GCC-Room 115

1 Monday

Begins: July 19, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $7.00

AR 08812

Creative Rubber Stamping II

Learn more ideas and techniques to create beautiful

cards including a Shaker card. Participants will be

amazed at what they can create and how much fun

and how easy it is. Make three cards, all NEW projects.

If you complete all three classes, you will

receive a free stamp and ink pad to mark your cards.

The cost of supplies, payable to the instructor in

class, is $10.00.

Instructor: Karen Ballantine


C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE • 7

AR 08812-1A

C-GCC-Room 105A

1 Monday

Begins: May 24, 2010 only 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $ 7.00

AR 08812-2A

C-GCC-Room 115

1 Monday

Begins: June 21, 2010 only 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $ 7.00

AR 08812-3A

C-GCC-Room 115

1 Monday

Begins: July 26, 2010 only 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $ 7.00

AR 08826-1Z

Beginning Crocheting

If you have ever wanted to learn how to crochet then

this class is for you. This class teaches you the basics,

including how to chain, single, double, half double

and triple crochet, as well as increase and decrease.

Students will also learn how to read a pattern and be

introduced to the “language” of crocheting. Other

aspects of the hobby are touched on as time allows.

Students should be able to create a basic crocheted

item (scarf or afghan) upon completion of the class.

Students need to bring one skein of yarn and a crochet

hook size F, G or H to class. Class size is limited

to 6 to allow for personal attention.

Instructor: Roberta Lieberman Nicholson has been

knitting and crocheting for many years and owns

Year Round Yarns, a business located at 3021 Main

Street, (Corner of Church & Main Street), Valatie,

NY.

Year Round Yarns

3021 Main Street (Corner of Church & Main Street)

Valatie, NY 12184

1 Saturday

Begins: July 17, 2010 only 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $ 27.00

AR 08829-1Z

Beginning Knitting

If you ever wanted to learn how to knit then

Beginning Knitting is for you. This class teaches

participants the basics including casting on, knit,

purl and binding off. Students will also learn how to

read a pattern and learn the “language” of knitting.

If time allows, we will learn how to increase and

decrease, and touch on other aspects of knitting.

Students should be able to complete basic knitted

items (scarf or afghan) upon completion of the class.

Students need to bring one skein of yarn and a set

of knitting needles size 7, 8 or 9 to class. Class size

is limited to 6 students to allow for personal attention.

Instructor: Roberta Lieberman Nicholson

Year Round Yarns

Corner of Main Street and Church Street

(3021 Main Street)

Valatie, NY 12184

1 Saturday

Begins: June 5, 2010 only 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $ 27.00

AR 08861-1A Mini-Lathe Woodturning for Beginners

Woodturning is a form of woodworking used to create

objects such as candlestick holders, small bowls

or other artifacts. Woodturning differs from most

other forms of woodworking in that the wood is

moving while a (relatively) stationary tool is used to

cut and shape it. Many intricate shapes and designs

can be made by turning wood. This course will cover

basic lathe operation, safety, lathe tools, and some

sharpening. The instructor will guide you through

several hands-on exercises to learn the basics of

turning wood. All tools and wood are provided.

Each section is limited to four students.

Instructor: Rolf Gorlan is an accomplished wood

turner who enjoys sharing his knowledge and

enthusiasm for woodworking and teaching others

the craft.

C-GCC Arts Center Wood Shop-Room 506

4 Saturdays

Begins: May 1, 2010

9:00 am - 12:00 Noon

Fee: $122.00

AR 08863-1ZLearn to Knit Socks on Double Pointed Needles

Students will learn how to use double pointed needles

to make socks. The cost of materials (needles

and yarn) is $15.00 and is payable to the instructor

in class. Class size is limited to 6 to allow for personal

attention.

Instructor: Roberta Lieberman-Nicholson

Year Round Yarns

Corner of Main Street and Church Street

Valatie, NY 12184

1 Wednesday

Begins: May 12, 2010 only 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $ 27.00

AR 08865-1A

Intermediate Woodturning

This course is offered for those who have successfully

completed the Woodturning for Beginners

course or those who possess basic woodturning skills

and are familiar with the safe and proper use of shop

tools and equipment. More advanced techniques are

covered and students will be encouraged to bring

projects to class which are appropriate for the minilathe

(excluding pens that will not be covered).

Examples of class projects include wine bottle stoppers,

small bowls, and jewelry. Students are responsible

for providing basic lathe tools. Specialized

tools and other supplies will be provided as needed.

Instructor: Rolf Gorlan is an accomplished wood

turner who enjoys sharing his knowledge and

enthusiasm for woodworking and teaching others

the craft.

C-GCC Arts Center Wood Shop-Room 506

4 Saturdays

Begins: May 1, 2010

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Fee: $122.00

AR 08874-1A

Netted Bezel Cabochon

In this class, participants will create a netted bezel

that encases a Blue Lace Agate Cabochon (large

gemstone with a flat back). The materials fee for

this class is $10.00 payable to the instructor in class.

To see pictures of this project, email the instructor

at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: May 4, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $12.00

AR 08881-1A

Beaded Flower Pin

In this class, participants will use beads in a more

sculptural manner. Participants will create a beaded

flower with leaves that are mounted onto a pin

backing. For those who have taken this course

before, this project will be a slight variation of the

previous beaded flower pin class. There is a $12.00

materials fee and is payable to the instructor the

night of the class. If you would like to see photos of

this project, email inlightcreations@gmail.com or

visit www.inlightcreations.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Thursday

Begins: June 3, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 08885-1Z

A Spin to Knit Clinic - Session I

This class is the first in a series of four that will

teach new spinners and knitters the basics of turning

clipped sheep’s wool into a knitted hat. New

spinners and knitters are encouraged, and those well

acquainted with the craft will find new challenges

created for their skill level. Starting with freshly

clipped wool, wash, dye, card, spin, ply, students will

knit a hat. Home and junior high school students

are encouraged to attend. Each class can be taken

separately. Those owning hand/flick cards or

wool/dog combs should bring them to class. This

month students will learn simple fiber acid dyeing

and fiber blending with flick cards, dog combs, hand

cards or wool combs. See our website for driving

directions: www.countrywool.com. Materials needed

for this class: NOTE: Please call Claudia with

any questions about the materials at (518) 828-

4554. (Dyes, hand cards, flick cards and raw wool

are available for purchase from the instructor.)

Materials:

• 1 flick card or dog comb ($8.00-$20.00)

• Acid dye for 8 oz. wool ($5.00)

• 8 oz. raw wool grease fleece or any combo

wool/mohair/angora/alpaca/silk/dog/cat ($15.00)

Instructor: Claudia Krisniski, owner of COUN-

TRYWOOL, has been teaching facets of the fiber

arts for over thirty years. Her knitting patterns and

spinning techniques are published in Knitting for

Peace, Knitters Stash, and her 2008 booklet,

Knitter’s Stretch, supports achieving muscle balance

after hours of fiber work. She teaches the young and

the old and everyone in between and organizes

weekend knitting and spinning retreats 6 times a

year. Using fibers grown and processed in the

Hudson Valley, she is dedicated to enhancing the

local fiber community’s health and productivity.

COUNTRYWOOL

59 Spring Road

Hudson, NY 12534

1 Saturday

Begins: May 22, 2010 only 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Materials Category: D Fee: $ 36.00

AR 08886-1Z

A Spin to Knit Clinic - Session II

This session is a basic spinning class for real beginners

and better spinning control for others and will

teach new spinners and knitters the basics of turning

clipped sheep’s wool into a knitted hat. New

spinners and knitters are encouraged, and those well

acquainted with the craft will find new challenges

created for their skill level. Home and junior high

school students are encouraged to attend. Students

will start with freshly clipped wool, wash, dye, card,

spin, and ply and will knit a hat. Each class in this

four session series can be taken separately. See our

website for driving directions:

www.countrywool.com. Those owning a spinning

wheel and hand/flick cards or wool/dog combs

should bring them to class. Two wheels are available

for rental (15.00 a class) but all spinning may be

done with a drop spindle. Materials needed for this

class are: Spinning wheel (2 wheels are available for

rental - $15.00 - or a drop spindle for ($20.00) call

828-4554 to reserve) or bring your own and 4 oz.

wool roving ($8.00).

Instructor: Claudia Krisniski

COUNTRYWOOL

59 Spring Road

Hudson, NY 12534

1 Saturday

Begins: June 19, 2010 only 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Materials Category: C Fee: $ 36.00

AR 08890

Learn to Quilt

This class will teach students the basics of quilting.

Students will begin by making a table topper/wall

hanging. Participants will learn to pin and baste, and

the use of batting versus backing. A sewing machine

will be available for use. If you have a sewing

machine with a 1/4” foot, feel free to bring it to the

class. The materials cost for this class is $25.00

payable to the instructor in class.

Instructor: Roberta Lieberman-Nicholson

AR 08890-1Z

Year Round Yarns

3021 Main Street (Corner of Church & Main Street)

Valatie, NY 12184

1 Saturday

Begins: May 22, 2010 only 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $ 27.00

AR 08890-2Z

Year Round Yarns

3021 Main Street (Corner of Church & Main Street)

Valatie, NY 12184

1 Thursday

Begins: July 15, 2010 only 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $ 27.00

AR 08892-1Z

Spin to Knit Clinic - Session III

This class, the third in a series of four clinics, will

teach new spinners and knitters the basics of turn-


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ing clipped sheep’s wool into a knitted hat. New

spinners and knitters are encouraged, and those well

acquainted with the craft will find new challenges

created for their skill level. Students start with

freshly clipped wool, wash, dye, card, spin, and ply

and will knit a hat. Home and junior high schoolers

are encouraged to attend. Each class in this four session

series can be taken separately. Those owning a

spinning wheel should bring it to class. There are 2

spinning wheels available for rental - $15.00 - call

828-4554 to reserve) or drop spindle for $20.00).

See our website for driving directions:

www.countrywool.com. This month students will

learn plying and yarn finishing; setting twist and

dye; and analyzing yarn sizes. Materials needed for

this class: NOTE: please call Claudia with any

questions about the materials (all available for purchase).

• Drop spindle ($20.00) or spinning wheel ($ 15.00)

or bring your own

• Wraps Per Inch tool ($10.00)

• 2- 2oz previously spun singles on 2 bobbins OR

wound into 2 balls

Instructor: Claudia Krisniski

COUNTRYWOOL

59 Spring Road

Hudson, NY 12534

1 Saturday

Begins: July 24, 2010 only 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Materials Category: D Fee: $ 36.00

AR 08893-1Z

Spin to Knit Clinic - Session IV

This class will teach new spinners and knitters the

basics of turning clipped sheep’s wool into a knitted

hat. New spinners and knitters are encouraged, and

those well acquainted with the craft will find new

challenges created for their skill level. Students start

with freshly clipped wool, wash, dye, card, spin, and

ply and will knit a hat. Home and junior high

schoolers are encouraged to attend. Each class in

this four session series can be taken separately. See

our website for driving directions:

www.countrywool.com. This month students will

learn to knit on circular and double pointed needles;

beret pattern. Materials needed (all available for

purchase) for this class-NOTE: please call Claudia

with any questions about the materials at (518 828-

4554): 16” circular ($18.00) and double pointed

needles US size 7 ($12.00); ring markers, darning

needle, and yarn from previous class OR 1 skein

CASCADE 220 WOOL YARN ($8.00).

Instructor: Claudia Krisniski

COUNTRYWOOL

59 Spring Road

Hudson, NY 12534

1 Saturday

Begins: August 21, 2010 only 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Materials Category: D Fee: $ 36.00

AR 08894-1Z Percentage Knitting: A Sweater Clinic –

Session I

Starting with a finished sweater, a picture, a pattern,

an idea or a sketch and a gauge swatch, learn to knit

a seamless and circular sweater that fits well. This

class will be offered with two options: as a tutorial,

encouraging pattern design writing OR as a handson

clinic, knitting an actual sweater. Each class can

be taken separately.

This month students will be plotting sizes and

details, estimating yarn amounts and gauge swatching

by making a hat. See our website for driving

directions: www.countrywool.com. Materials needed

for this class: NOTE: Please call Claudia (518)

828-4554 with any questions about the materials.

All knitting materials are available for purchase.

OPTION 1: A notebook, calculator, pen OR a laptop

with MS Word, MS Excel brought from home

OPTION 2: US size 7 circular needles 16” ($18)

and double pointed needles ($12); ring markers

($2) and 1 skein CASCADE 220 WOOL YARN

($8.00)

Instructor: Claudia Krisniski

COUNTRYWOOL

59 Spring Road

Hudson, NY 12534

1 Thursday

Begins: May 27, 2010 only 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: D Fee: $36.00

AR 08895-1A

Sewing for the Dog

Never sewed before, not a problem. Anyone can

learn to sew by combining a basic sewing project

with a fondness for our canine companions. Create

fun dog accessories that will be the talk of the town!

This course will cover all aspects of planning and

making a simple dog bed, followed by a coat, collar

and leash all in just four weeks. Instruction includes

basic sewing instruction and safe techniques, measuring

and cutting from a pattern, choosing appropriate

materials, and constructing the item. Enjoy

this fun and inexpensive way to begin or get back

into sewing. Maximum enrollment is 10. Bring your

own sewing machine (must be in good working

order) or use one of ours available for the first 6 students

without a machine who enroll. Estimated

materials cost assumes all newly purchased materials.

Lowering the cost by using repurposed or alternative

materials will be discussed in the first class.

Instructor: Jeanne Beutel has over twenty-five years

combined experience in clothing and home furnishing

design, product development, fabrication, selling

and management, both in the retail setting and the

New York City garment district.

C-GCC – Room 105A & B

4 Mondays

Begins: June 7, 2010

6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Materials Category: D Fee: $ 97.00

AR 08896-1A

Create a Vintage Style Blouse

Some sewing experience required. Vintage style

need not be expensive. Students will explore vintage

styles from different eras to choose their class project

— using new and creatively repurposed materials

and fabrics to create their blouse. Students begin

by examining vintage garments and patterns and

discussing appropriate fabrics and trims. Planning

your project and sourcing materials from your home,

garage sales, and stores will be determined at the

first class. Instruction also includes sewing techniques,

cutting and layout, constructing and finishing

the blouse. Maximum enrollment is 10. Bring

your own sewing machine (must be in good working

order) or use one of ours available for the first 6

students without a machine who enroll. Estimated

materials cost assumes all newly purchased materials.

Lowering cost by using repurposed materials

will be discussed in the first class.

Instructor: Jeanne Beutel

C-GCC – Room 105A & 105B

4 Mondays

Begins: July 12, 2010

6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Materials Category: D Fee: $97.00

AR 08897-1Z

A Sweater Clinic – Session II

Starting with a finished sweater, a picture, a pattern,

an idea or a sketch and a gauge swatch, learn to knit

a seamless and circular sweater that fits well. This

class will be offered with two options: as a tutorial,

encouraging pattern design writing OR as a handson

clinic, knitting an actual sweater. Each class can

be taken separately.

This month students will be starting the sweater,

learn edge details, learn increasing, decreasing, pattern

repeats, and chart reading. See our website for

driving directions: www.countrywool.com.

Materials needed for this class: NOTE: Please call

Claudia (518) 828-4554 with any questions about

the materials. All knitting materials are available for

purchase.

OPTION 1: A notebook, calculator, pen OR a laptop

with MS Word, MS Excel brought from home

OPTION 2: US size 7 circular needles 32” ($18)

and 16” ($18) and double pointed needles ($12);

ring markers ($2) and 4 skeins CASCADE 220

WOOL YARN ($32.00)

Instructor: Claudia Krisniski

COUNTRYWOOL

59 Spring Road

Hudson, NY 12534

1 Thursday

Begins: June 24, 2010 only 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: D+ Fee: $36.00

AR 08898-1Z

A Sweater Clinic – Session III

Starting with a finished sweater, a picture, a pattern,

an idea or a sketch and a gauge swatch, learn to knit

a seamless and circular sweater that fits well. This

class will be offered with two options: as a tutorial,

encouraging pattern design writing OR as a handson

clinic, knitting an actual sweater. Each class can

be taken separately.

This month students will be joining sweater pieces

seamlessly, troubleshooting the details, and planning

for well fitting shoulder depths. See our website for

driving directions: www.countrywool.com.

Materials needed for this class: NOTE: Please call

Claudia (518) 828-4554 with any questions about

the materials. All knitting materials are available for

purchase.

OPTION 1: A notebook, calculator, pen OR a laptop

with MS Word, MS Excel brought from home

OPTION 2: US size 7 circular needles 32” ($18);

ring markers ($2); and 3 skeins CASCADE 220

WOOL YARN ($24.00)

Instructor: Claudia Krisniski

COUNTRYWOOL

59 Spring Road

Hudson, NY 12534

1 Thursday

Begins: July 29, 2010 only 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: D Fee: $36.00

AR 08899-1Z

A Sweater Clinic – Session IV

Starting with a finished sweater, a picture, a pattern,

an idea or a sketch and a gauge swatch, learn to knit

a seamless and circular sweater that fits well. This

class will be offered with two options: as a tutorial,

encouraging pattern design writing OR as a handson

clinic, knitting an actual sweater. Each class can

be taken separately.

This month students will be joining treatments,

short row shaping, neckband options and grafting

/Kitchener stitch. See our website for driving directions:

www.countrywool.com. Materials needed for

this class: NOTE: Please call Claudia (518) 828-

4554 with any questions about the materials. All

knitting materials are available for purchase.

OPTION 1: A notebook, calculator, pen OR a laptop

with MS Word, MS Excel brought from home

OPTION 2: US size 7 circular needles 16” ($18);

and 1 skein CASCADE 220 WOOL YARN ($8)

Instructor: Claudia Krisniski

COUNTRYWOOL

59 Spring Road

Hudson, NY 12534

1 Thursday

Begins: August 26, 2010 only 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: D Fee: $36.00

AR 16257-1A Studio Painting-Oil/Acrylic/Watercolor

This class is designed for both the beginner and

intermediate painter and centers on individual

instruction. In addition to offering students a stilllife

to paint from, students are encouraged to bring

to class any landscape paintings they may be working

on. A traditional method of acquiring information

at field sites and completing the piece in the

studio is taught. Extensive training in methods and

techniques is offered. A finished painting, suitable

for framing, will be the goal of each student. A supply

list for the course is available from the

Community Services Office at the College.

Students should be ready to start painting at the

first class.

Instructor: Robert A. Lahm - Newark School of

Fine and Industrial Arts (advertising design and

illustration); Montclair Art Museum School.


C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE • 9

C-GCC-Room 509

6 Saturdays

Begins: May 22, 2010 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon

Materials Category: * Fee: $126.00

AR 16348-1A

Donna Dewberry One Stroke

Painting – Project I

One Stroke is an increasingly popular form of folk

art inspired decorative painting. It is a form of craft

painting distinguished by simplicity, versatility and

affordability. One Stroke relies on a variety of

brushes and paint loading techniques that can be

mastered by a novice almost immediately. The onestroke

method of painting is fast and easy. This

four-session class will feature sunflower, rose and

buds and baby’s breath; Columbine and butterfly,

and pansy and shadow leaves. Use One Stroke to

decorate a variety of items to brighten up your surroundings.

A Folk Art One Stroke Beginner

Brush Set5 (#1059) Valuepack is required. It may be

purchased at art stores such as Michael’s or A.C.

Moores. All other supplies are included in the

course fee.

Instructor: Karen A. McDonald is a Donna

Dewberry Certified One Stroke Painting instructor.

C-GCC – Room 509

4 Mondays

Begins: June 7, 2010

6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Materials Category: B Fee: $97.00

AR 16348-2A

Donna Dewberry One Stroke

Painting – Project II

One Stroke is an increasingly popular form of folk

art inspired decorative painting. It is a form of craft

painting distinguished by simplicity, versatility and

affordability. One Stroke relies on a variety of

brushes and paint loading techniques that can be

mastered by a novice almost immediately. The onestroke

method of painting is fast and easy. This

four-session class will feature sweet peas and leaves,

daffodil and frog, dogwood and butterfly, and

camellia and carnation. Use One Stroke to decorate

a variety of items to brighten up your surroundings.

A Folk Art One Stroke Beginner Brush Set5

(#1059) Valuepack is required. It may be purchased

at art stores such as Michael’s or A.C. Moores. All

other supplies are included in the course fee.

Instructor: Karen A. McDonald is a Donna

Dewberry Certified One Stroke Painting

instructor.

C-GCC – Room 509

4 Mondays

Begins: July 12, 2010

6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Materials Category: B Fee: $97.00

AR 16352-1A

Calligraphy

This course provides an introduction to the art and

practice of hand lettering. Students will receive an

overview of classic examples of lettering including

gothic, uncial and Carolingian hands as drawn by

the masters. The Italic hand will be taught using a

Shaeffer pen and paper for pens. Instruction will

include proper pen position and grip, proportions

and strokes for the Italic hand, the anatomy of

uppercase Italic letters, and names, numerals and

punctuation. A mandatory art supply kit is purchased

from the instructor at the first class. The cost

is $30.00. CLASS WILL NOT MEET ON

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2010.

Instructor: Jeanne Poland is a visual arts/graphics

educator and accomplished Calligrapher who has

been teaching and exhibiting her artwork since

1960. See her work on display at

www.quicksilverpartners.com.

C-GCC – Room 706

6 Wednesdays

Begins: May 12, 2010

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Materials Category: C Fee: $67.00

AR 16353

Color Photography on Location

A strong, successful photographer expresses an idea

in a clear and compelling vision. In this course students

will have the opportunity to gain the skills and

confidence that will help them refine their vision.

Part of the day is devoted to shooting a location and

part to a lecture and critique of students work.

Lecture topics will include: the tools of photography:

color, exposure and changing conditions;

shooting under varied lighting conditions and

manipulating with traditional equipment (filters, fill

flash, etc.). Location shoots will include some of the

most picturesque and inspiring locations in our area

including Olana, and its commanding views of the

Hudson River, The Audubon Sanctuary at Rams

Horn Creek in Catskill, The Catskill Park and

Kaaterskill Falls and Historic Hudson. These locations

are suggested areas and depend on the groups

interest as well as weather conditions.

Students should have a 35mm SLR or digital equivalent

with a manual mode. Multiple lenses or a

zoom and tripod are also required. A polarizing lens

is strongly recommended. Students of all skill levels

are welcome, but they should be comfortable with

their camera and be capable of manual exposure settings.

Students must provide their own film and

processing. No other materials are required.

Students must be able to get to locations each day

with the class.

Instructor: George Obremski is an award winning

and widely published professional photographer and

teacher with a commercial studio located in New

York City. Mr. Obremski. a Fulbright-Hays Scholar,

has been honored with multiple awards from the

Art Director’s Club of NYC, the Professional

Photographers of America Award of Merit and the

Santa Fe Center for Visual Arts Vision Award

among others. His work has been published worldwide.

He is a graduate of the Philadelphia College

of Art.

AR 16353-1A

C-GCC – Room 109 plus on location

Saturday, Sunday and Monday

Begins: Sat., May 22, 2010 to Mon., May 24, 2010

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day

Materials Category: SEE ABOVE Fee: $ 157.00

AR 16353-2A

C-GCC – Room 109 plus on location

Saturday, Sunday and Monday

Begins: Sat., June 19, 2010 to Mon., June 21, 2010

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day

Materials Category: SEE ABOVE Fee: $ 157.00

AR 16353-3A

C-GCC – Room 109 plus on location

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Begins: Fri., July 23, 2010 to Sun., July 25, 2010

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day

Materials Category: SEE ABOVE Fee: $ 157.00

AR 16366-1A

Beaded Watch Bracelets

At the end of this beading class, students will walk

away with a watch that is timeless. Participants will

be creating a three-strand bracelet that will attach to

a watch face. The beading technique for the

evening will be crimping, so participants should

bring crimping pliers to class. There is a materials

fee of $18.00, which includes beads for the evening,

a watch face, crimps, and a spool of beading wire. If

you will be purchasing crimping pliers, the cost is an

additional $9.00. To see pictures of this project, e-

mail the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC – Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: June 15, 2010 only 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16371

Local Inspirations with Drawing

and Watercolor Painting

Your local environment and imagination are all you

need for this workshop. This class is a great choice

for the beginner as well as the experienced watercolor

painter. The major components of watercolor

painting will be covered and reviewed. Preparation

and tools for painting will be discussed. Students

will have a choice of line drawings from the instructor

or may use their own ideas or desires. The

atmosphere is relaxed and critiques are designed to

help develop skills. A supply list is available from

the Community Services Office.

Instructor: William A. Carbone is primarily selftaught

in drawing and watercolor painting. Bill

attended many workshops at Columbia-Greene

Community College and others. Mr. Carbone has

been painting/drawing for over twenty years and has

taught workshops for over eight years. He has

exhibited widely and is a long-time member of local

“Art’s Councils.” He studied with the Motion

Picture Scenic Artists (NYC) apprentice program,

worked as a displayer with the Pepsi-Cola Pavilion

World’s Fair (NYC), studied at Arts’ Students

League and the Reily School of Design.

AR 16371-1A

C-GCC - Room 404

4 Mondays

Begins: June 7, 2010

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: C Fee: $52.00

AR 16371-2A

C-GCC - Room 404

4 Mondays

Begins: July 12, 2010

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: C Fee: $52.00

AR 16373-1A

Beading on a Loom

Beading on a loom enables you to create beaded

patterned jewelry, bookmarks, belts, barrettes, and

small beaded tapestries. In this class, participants

will learn the basic skills for using a loom, as well as

work on a patterned beaded bracelet. There is a

materials fee of $15.00 payable to the instructor in

class. The materials for this class include a beading

loom, beads, needles, instructions and findings for

the evening’s project. If you would like to see pictures

of the project, e-mail the instructor at inlightcreations@hotmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: May 11, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16384-1A

Summer Spectacular Necklace

This fun summertime necklace draws inspiration

from nature. The necklace starts out as a single

strand necklace that splits into a double strand, and

then comes together again as it enters a floral bouquet

centerpiece. There is a $10.00 materials fee for

this class and is payable to the instructor in class. To

see pictures of this project, email the instructor at

inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Thursday

Begins: June 24, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $12.00

AR 16393-1A

Advanced Beading on a Loom II

This class offers a new project for those who have

taken beading on a loom. The color choices will be

black and red, and variations to the traditional style

of beading on a loom will be taught. Participants in

the class should have previous loom experience and

your own loom. There is an $8.00 materials fee

payable to the instructor in class. If you would like

to see a picture of this project, e-mail the instructor

at inlightcreations@hotmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Thursday

Begins: May 13, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $12.00

AR 16394-1Z

Make a Beaded Bracelet

Learn to make a beaded bracelet. The instructor,

Susan Callahan, designs her own jewelry and will

teach the method of beading a bracelet. Each student

will make a double stranded Jasper bracelet.

Material cost is approximately $15.00 and is available

for purchase from the instructor the day of

class. Class size is limited to 6 students to allow for

personal attention.

Instructor: Susan Callahan

Year Round Yarns

Corner of Main Street and Church Street

Valatie, NY 12184

1 Saturday


10 • C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE

Begins: June 12, 2010 only 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $27.00

AR 16395-1A

Yes, You Can Draw!

This is a relaxed atmosphere-drawing course for

anyone who would like to draw better but may need

some help with fundamentals. The emphasis is on

learning to draw realistically in order to have a

strong basis for self-expression. The class is structured

as sequential lessons with time each week

allotted according to topic and student progress.

Lessons focus on gesture and contour drawing,

proportion, perspective, shadows and highlights,

positive and negative space, and line and composition.

Whether you simply think it would be fun to

learn to draw or are already working with paint,

sculpture, design ideas, cartooning, graphics or ink;

this course will help you to acquire the skills that are

the foundation of all visual arts. A supply list is

available from the Community Services Office

when registering.

Instructor: Jeffrey L. Neumann, M.Ed. is a working

artist and Certified Teacher. He is represented by

Hanback Gallery, Millerton, New York, Art

Exchange Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, JLI Prints and in

public, corporate and private collections. Mr.

Neumann has taught at Taconic Hills and

Monument Mountain Regional High Schools.

C-GCC - Room 509

5 Wednesdays

Begins: June 2, 2010

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: C Fee: $97.00

AR 16397-1A

Cluster Necklace

Using rainbow brecciated jasper beads, participants

will be making several dangles that are clumped

together on a small piece of chain. When these clusters

are placed together, they create a very full and

overlapping look. This technique makes a very

beautiful centerpiece that tapers to a simple neckline.

There is a $12.00 materials fee payable to the

instructor the evening of the class. To see pictures of

this project, email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Thursday

Begins: May 6, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16398-1A Shell and Pearl Necklace and Earring Set

Using black lip shell and pearls as well as a variation

of the Ladder Stitch, participants will make a necklace

and earring set. No previous beading experience

is necessary. There is a $20.00 materials fee payable

to the instructor in class. To see pictures of this project,

email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: June 22, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16399-1A Flower Medallion Using Peyote Stitch

Using the beading stitch called, peyote stitch, participants

will make a free form flower. This flower

medallion is then attached to a simple necklace.

There is a $10.00 materials fee payable to the

instructor in class. To see pictures of this project,

email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Thursday

Begins: May 27, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $12.00

AR 16400-1A

Glass Foil Necklace

Using blown glass foil beads, beading wire and

crimps, this project will stand out with its shine and

unique beading pattern. A horizontal bead with

dangles will create a beautiful centerpiece that is

accented with crystals and seed beads. Please bring

your crimping pliers. The materials fee is $18.00

and payable to the instructor in class. Crimping pliers

will be available for purchase for an additional

$9.00 if you do not already own a pair. To see pictures

of this project, email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: May 25, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16401-1A

Bicone Bracelet and Earring Set

The bead choice for this project will be bicone crystals.

Bicones are crystals that are shaped like diamonds.

Using a variation of a Native American

beading stitch called ladder stitch, these bicone

crystals form loops that resemble stars. A matching

pair of earrings will be created as well. There is a

$12.00 materials fee for this class. To see pictures of

this project, email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: June 1, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16402-1A

Netted Eagle Eye Cabochon

In this class, participants will create a netted bezel

that will encase an Eagle Eye Jasper Cabochon

(large gemstone with a flat back). This necklace will

be accented with Tiger Eye and Czech Fire Polish

Beads. The materials fee for this class is $15.00

payable to the instructor in class. To see pictures of

this project, email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: June 8, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16403-1A

Rivoli Ring

Using a Rivoli, a large Swarovski crystal, participants

will create a ring. The beading stitch taught in

this class will be the peyote stitch that creates a net

encasing the Rivoli. This stitch is very versatile and

will be used for the ring band as well. It is a dazzling

ring. The materials fee for this class is $18.00 and is

payable to the instructor in class. To see pictures of

this project, email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Thursday

Begins: June 10, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16404-1A

Iolite and Blue Agate Necklace

Using Iolite and Blue Agate, participants will be

creating a choker using Ladder Stitch. This necklace

will weave back and forth between the gemstones

creating a netted double strand necklace. It is a pretty

necklace with various shades of blue. There is a

$10.00 materials fee payable to the instructor in

class. To see pictures of this project, email the

instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Thursday

Begins: June 17, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $12.00

AR 16405-1A

Knotted Silk Cord Necklace

This class offers a unique style of beading using silk

cord and knots. Beads will be spaced out on the cord

and then knotted in place. This creates a simple look

where the cord is visible and beads are showcased

throughout the necklace. The beads will be shell and

red class beads. There is a $12.00 materials fee

payable to the instructor in class. To see pictures of

this project, email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: July 13, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16406-1A

Flat Peyote Stitch Earrings

Using the beading technique of peyote stitch, participants

will be creating rectangular earrings.

Students will be using Delica beads that always have

a beautiful shimmer quality to them. The earrings

will be accented with Swarovski crystals giving them

additional shine. There is a materials fee of $12.00

payable to the instructor in class. To see pictures of

this project, email the instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Tuesday

Begins: August 3, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16407-1A

Artist Jasper Necklace

Artist Jasper is a semi-precious stone that is a terracotta

color with a faint stripping of white, brown,

and gray. It is a very earthy stone and for this

evening’s project, it will be accented with matte seed

beads used in a double strand necklace. As summer

ends and fall approaches, this is a necklace that

compliments the changing seasons. There is a

$15.00 materials fee payable to the instructor in

class. To see pictures of this project, email the

instructor at inlightcreations@gmail.com.

Instructor: Danielle Payette

C-GCC - Room 105

1 Thursday

Begins: August 5, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $12.00

AR 16408-1A

Monotype Workshop

Monotype is a one-of-a-kind print produced by

painting on a Plexiglas plate and using a press to

print the image onto paper. An exciting process for

experienced artists as well as beginners, students will

explore various techniques to produce a spectacular

finished product. Monotype technique in one form

or another has been associated with artistic legends

since the middle of the 16th Century. Practitioners

include Seghers, Castiglione, Blake, Degas and

Gaughin. All materials will be provided and water

based inks will be used. There is a maximum of 8

students for this class.

Instructor: Marianne van Lent is a painter of the

natural world. She has been showing her paintings

and prints throughout New York since the late

1970’s. In addition, she has received a number of

public art and mural commissions. Visit her at

www.mariannevanlent.com.

C-GCC – Room 509

Begins: July 20, 2010

BOATING

4 Tuesdays

10:00 am – 12:30 pm

Fee: $112.00

BO 99220

New York State Personal Watercraft

and Boater Safety Course

This course acquaints boaters aged 14 and up with

safe and legal boating practices. Student completing

this course and passing the instructor-administered

exam will earn the New York State Boater Safety

Certificate.

Individuals 18 years and older wishing to operate

personal watercraft must complete this 8 hour,

instructor-led, NASBLA and New York State

approved boater safety course to legally operate a

personal watercraft.

Operators of boats under 17 years of age and/or

operators of personal watercraft aged 14 through 17

must complete this 8 hour, instructor-led, NAS-

BLA and New York State approved boater safety

course to legally operate without a person 18 years

of age (or older) on board.

NOTE: This course is open to students ages 14 and


C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE • 11

up. Students 18 years of age and older should bring

a picture I.D. to class. This course is taught by

instructors from BoatClass.com.

Instructor(s): BoatClass.com provides boating safety

and related education to recreational boaters in

New York, Connecticut, and Delaware.

BO 99220-1A

C-GCC - Room 136

1 Saturday

Begins: May 1, 2010 only 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Fee: $ 55.00 (Ages 18 and Older)

Fee: $ 30.00 (Ages 14 -17 years)

BO 99220-2A

C-GCC - Room 136

1 Saturday

Begins: June 12, 2010 only 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Fee: $ 55.00 (Ages 18 and Older)

Fee: $ 30.00 (Ages 14 -17 years)

BO 99220-3A

C-GCC - Room 136

1 Saturday

Begins: August 7, 2010 only 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Fee: $ 55.00 (Ages 18 and Older)

Fee: $ 30.00 (Ages 14 -17 years)

BO 99280-1A Keelboat Sailing Certification Course

This course is designed specifically for adults interested

in learning the basics of the safe and proper

operation of a keelboat. No sailing experience is

required. The 21 hours of on-the-water and classroom

instruction is split between the College’s

Greenport Campus on Friday nights and on the

Hudson River at the Chelsea Yacht Club, in

Chelsea, New York located south of Poughkeepsie

on Saturdays. Topics include sailing concepts and

preparation, the sailing environments, and safety

and emergency procedures. Basic boat handling

skills such as docking, steering, sail trim, tacking,

reading the wind, depowering and balance are covered

in class and on the water. Allied skill topics feature

basic navigation Rules of the Road, knots and

lines, rig and hull types plus the Sailors Glossary.

The text, Basic Keelboat, published by the U.S.

Sailing Association is included. CYC will provide a

Keelboat in the 20 to 30 foot range, which meets all

USCG safety and equipment requirements.

Successful students will earn a Certificate of Course

Completion permitting them to Skipper a 18’ - 27’

keel sailboat in protected waters with light to moderate

conditions. Students will be able to crew on

similar sized yachts in open water and with more

challenging conditions. This class must have a minimum

of two students.

Prerequisites: 18 years of age or older and must be

able to walk on floating docks and boat decks.

Students are responsible for personal transportation

to the on-water training site in Chelsea, New York.

Instructor(s): U.S. Sailing Association Certified

Instructors provided by the Chelsea Yacht Club.

C-GCC - Room 109

Begins: June 18, 2010

2 Fridays & 2 Saturdays

Friday: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Fee: $397.00

BUSINESS

BU 24069-1A Getting Great Real Estate Deals When

Buying or Selling in Difficult Times

Because of difficult times in the economy, there are

some excellent deals in real estate. The instructor,

Richard Nathan, is a consumer advocate, and is not

a real estate agent. He will teach you how to get

these great deals. He will teach you the pros and

cons of foreclosures, short sales, rent with option to

buy, owner financing, and buying for no money

down. Also, he will show you how to wisely buy or

sell investment property, primary homes, multifamilies,

and vacation homes.

After this class you will know how to research property

at the tax assessor’s office, the county clerk’s

office and various other methods to use to research

a property including using web sites. Also, to be discussed

is how to sell your home with or without a

realtor. The materials (optional) fee for this class,

payable to the instructor, is $20.00.

Instructor: Richard Nathan - has been buying and

selling real estate for the past twenty-four years. He

is not a realtor but a consumer advocate who has

taught this seminar at colleges in New York, New

Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and

Connecticut.

C-GCC - Room 128

1 Tuesday

Begins: July 20, 2010 only 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $45.00

BU 24213-1A

Basic Office Software Skills Program

The Basic Office Software Skills program provides

students with the opportunity to develop the knowledge

and skills necessary to effectively utilize a personal

computer and basic business applications in

today’s workplace, school and community settings.

The program is well suited to the individual seeking

further education or employment. Topics included

in the sixty hour course include: keyboarding,

Microsoft Windows file management and features,

utilizing a word processor and spreadsheet for basic

business communications and tracking financial

data, and database skills for organizing and displaying

information in customized tables, forms and

reports. Business e-mail concepts and practices are

also presented. Contact the Community Services

Office for enrollment details and additional information.

Instructor: Joanna Huyck

C-GCC – Room 111

Begins: SEE ABOVE

SEE ABOVE

12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Fee: $575.00

BU 68142

Notary Public Seminar

This seminar prepares you for the New York State

Notary Public Test and will provide you with a comprehensive

view of the Notary Public Office.

Confusing laws, concepts, and procedures will be

clearly explained and clarified. Examples are provided

to illuminate situations that a Notary Public is

likely to encounter. Topics include conflicts of interest,

maintaining professional ethics, charging proper

fees, special situations, when to defer to an attorney

and minimizing legal liability. This seminar is a

must for the Notary Public candidate to become

fully aware of the authority, duties, and responsibilities

involved in this office. All materials are included.

Instructor: Victor Bujanow, B.P.S., C.I.C., C.P.I. is

President of the VIA Insurance Agency, Inc. and a

practicing Notary Public for over twenty-five years.

He teaches Notary Public as well as insurance topics

at numerous colleges and schools in the region.

BU 68142-1A

C-GCC - Room 326

Begins: May 24, 2010 only

BU 68142-2A

C-GCC - Room 326

Begins: July 26, 2010 only

COMPUTERS

1 Monday

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Fee: $62.00

1 Monday

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Fee: $62.00

CM 28230 Microsoft Excel 2007 for Windows - Level 1

Microsoft Excel 2007 for Windows - Level 1 is an

instructor-led training (ILT) course designed for

new users of Microsoft Excel 2007 for Windows

who would like to create professional quality

spreadsheets for business or personal applications.

Participants will learn how to create a simple

spreadsheet; they will also create simple formulas

and enter functions. Participants will learn how to

navigate within large worksheets and insert cells and

columns. A textbook is required and is included in

the fee. Pre-requisite: Microsoft for Windows or

similar experience.

Instructor(s): The Learning House

CM 28230-1A

C-GCC-Room 111

Begins: June 7, 2010 only

CM 28230-2A

C-GCC-Room 111

Begins: July 19, 2010 only

1 Monday

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Fee: $ 97.00

1 Monday

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Fee: $ 97.00

CM 28231 Microsoft Excel 2007 for Windows - Level 2

Microsoft Excel 2007 for Windows - Level 2 is an

instructor led training (ILT) course designed for

intermediate users of the Excel spreadsheet software.

Participants use Excel’s more complex features

for spreadsheet creation, create charts that graphically

represent worksheet data, modify charts, customize

charts by applying formatting, enhance

worksheets and charts by using the drawing tools to

add graphic objects, sort information in a list by

using the Data, Sort command, and locate information

quickly in a list that meets specified conditions

by using the Advanced filter feature. Completion of

this course provides participants with the skills

required to perform intermediate data analysis tasks

in an efficient and effective manner. A textbook is

required and is included in the fee. Pre-requisite:

Microsoft Excel for Windows 2007 - Level 1 or

equivalent experience.

Instructor(s): The Learning House

CM 28231-1A

C-GCC-Room 111

1 Monday

Begins: June 14, 2010 only 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Fee: $ 97.00

C-GCC-Room 111

Begins: July 26, 2010 only

CM 28231-2A

1 Monday

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Fee: $ 97.00

CM 28233-1A Microsoft Access 2007 for Windows - Level 1

Microsoft Access 2007 for Windows - Level 1 is an

instructor-led training (ILT) course designed for

new users of the Microsoft Access 2007 software

package. Participants learn database concepts and

terminology, how to create and modify tables and

queries, how to enter and manipulate data in tables,

create data forms for viewing and inputting data,

create reports that summarize and group data, and

perform database maintenance procedures. The cost

of the required textbook is included in the fee. Prerequisite:

Microsoft Windows 2007 - Level 1 or

equivalent experience.

Instructor(s): The Learning House

C-GCC-Room 111

Begins: May 10, 2010 only

1 Monday

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Fee: $ 97.00

CM 28259

Introduction to Microsoft Word

This course is designed for students who want to

learn the basics of Microsoft Word (Version 2003 or

Version 2007 - SEE BELOW). Students will learn

how to open Word, start a new document, and save

the document to the My Documents folder.

Participants will learn how to cut, copy, and paste

text, change the color, style, and size of fonts.

Projects will include how to create a simple poster, a

sheet of address labels, and a short letter. Because

this course will cover a great deal of material, students

MUST know how to use the mouse and have

a basic working knowledge of Windows.

Instructor: Susan LoGiudice – Susan was a

Program Manager with the IBM Corporation and

is an adjunct instructor of Computer Applications

at Columbia-Greene Community College.

CM 28259-1A Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003

C-GCC-Room 111

1 Monday

Begins: June 7, 2010 only 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fee: $ 28.00

CM 28259-2A Introduction to Microsoft Word 2007

C-GCC-Room 111

1 Monday

Begins: June 14, 2010 only 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fee: $ 28.00


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CM 28398-1A

Microsoft Windows XP

Students will learn how to use Windows XP. This

class is geared to new computer users. Students will

learn the fundamentals and skills necessary to adequately

use Windows XP. Topics will include

launching XP, logging onto the computer, using the

Start menu, adding icons to the desktop, working

with windows, launching applications, using folders,

copying, moving, renaming and deleting files as well

as many other features of Windows XP. Students

should know how to use the mouse. Course includes

an illustrated book showing step-by-step instructions.

Instructor: Susan LoGiudice

C-GCC – Room 111

Begins: May 3, 2010

2 Mondays

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fee: $42.00

CM 28405-1A Introduction to QuickBooks 2009

QuickBooks 2009 is an accounting program

designed for small businesses. The QuickBooks

software package can help you organize and monitor

all areas of your company’s finances, including

accounts payable/receivable, invoicing, payroll, and

customer data management. With all your information

in one place, you can create an accurate and

complete picture of how your business is doing. This

course will provide an introduction to the

QuickBooks environment as well as an overview of

various concepts and terminology. Students will

learn how to set-up a new company, manage customers

and vendors, work with business forms and

explore various banking and billing options. A textbook

is required and is included in the fee. Do not

miss this opportunity to improve your financial

record keeping!

Instructor(s): The Learning House

C-GCC-Room 111

Begins: May 3, 2010 only

1 Monday

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Fee: $107.00

CM 28406-1A Introduction to QuickBooks 2009 - Part 2

QuickBooks 2009 - Part 2 is a continuation of the

QuickBooks 2009 Part I course. This QuickBooks

software package will enhance your organization of

your company finances, including accounts

payable/receivable, invoicing, payroll, and customer

data management. Students will learn how to set-up

a new company, manage customers and vendors,

work with business forms and explore various banking

and billing options to give an accurate and complete

picture of how your business is doing. A textbook

is required and is included in the fee. Pre-requisite:

Introduction to QuickBooks 2009-Part I or

equivalent experience.

Instructor(s): The Learning House

C-GCC-Room 111

Begins: May 24, 2010 only

1 Monday

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Fee: $107.00

DEFENSIVE DRIVING

DD 68057 THE EMPIRE SAFETY COUNCIL Accident

Prevention Course- New York Program

Each student receives a workbook and a NYS

Department of Motor Vehicle Driver Manual in

this classroom course about crash avoidance techniques.

Graduates qualify for a reduction of up to

four points from their driving record for violations

received during the 18 months prior to completion

of this course. Students passing this course also

become eligible for a minimum insurance reduction

of 10% for three years in the base rate of liability,

no-fault and collision premiums. (Students may

repeat this course every eighteen months for point

reduction only). This course is presented in cooperation

with the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles,

the NYS Department of Insurance and the Empire

Safety Council. Students must register in advance.

Class begins PROMPTLY at 9:00 a.m. Students

MUST BE SEATED with all paperwork completed.

ABSOLUTELY NO ADMITTANCE

AFTER 9:00 A.M.

Instructor: Victor Bujanow-Certified Defensive

Driving Instructor.CODE AGD

DD 68057-1A

C-GCC - Room 132

Begins: May 8, 2010 only

DD 68057-2A

C-GCC - Room 132

Begins: May 22, 2010 only

DD 68057-3A

C-GCC - Room 132

Begins: June 12, 2010 only

DD 68057-4A

C-GCC - Room 132

Begins: June 26, 2010 only

DD 68057-5A

C-GCC - Room 132

Begins: July 17, 2010 only

DD 68057-6A

C-GCC - Room 132

Begins: July 31, 2010 only

DD 68057-7A

C-GCC - Room 132

Begins: August 14, 2010 only

DD 68057-8A

C-GCC - Room 132

Begins: August 28, 2010 only

FINANCE

1 Saturday

9:00 am-3:15 pm

Fee: $42.00

1 Saturday

9:00 am-3:15 pm

Fee: $42.00

1 Saturday

9:00 am-3:15 pm

Fee: $42.00

1 Saturday

9:00 am-3:15 pm

Fee: $42.00

1 Saturday

9:00 am-3:15 pm

Fee: $42.00

1 Saturday

9:00 am-3:15 pm

Fee: $42.00

1 Saturday

9:00 am-3:15 pm

Fee: $42.00

1 Saturday

9:00 am-3:15 pm

Fee: $42.00

FI 24102-1A

What Wall Street Does Not Want

You to Know When Investing Your Money

Just come upon some money or have some money to

invest. This lively, fact packed seminar is a must for

those who want to learn from strictly a consumer

advocate, Richard Nathan. Since he is not a salesman,

and has nothing to sell you, he will be blunt

and straightforward about things that you are not

supposed to know and were never taught in high

school or college. You will be taught how NOT to

get ripped off when buying or leasing cars, buying

insurance, when investigating long term care insurance,

investing with or without financial planners,

and when investing in mutual funds on your own.

After taking this course, you will have the confidence

to invest on your own or be able to interview

financial planners so you can find those who are

truly working for YOU. The materials (optional) fee

for this class, payable to the instructor, is $20.00.

Instructor: Richard Nathan - a consumer advocate,

has been successfully teaching this course at many

colleges in the northeast for over sixteen years. His

sole purpose is to protect the consumer.

C-GCC - Room 128

1 Tuesday

Begins: July 20, 2010 only 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $ 45.00

FI 24173

Retirement Planning

Retirement planning has become very complicated.

Where will funds for retirement come from? How

will you keep up with inflation? Will you outlive

your assets? Social Security and pensions now play a

smaller role in financing our retirement years, that is

why we need to take a more active role in saving for

retirement by placing more of an emphasis on our

savings and investments.

Instructor: Paul T. Stracke - Financial Advisor with

Capital Financial Planning in Latham, New York.

FI 24173-1A

C-GCC-Room 128

Begins: June 2, 2010 only

FI 24173-2A

C-GCC-Room 128

Begins: July 21, 2010 only

FI 24189

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $5.00

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $5.00

S t r e t c h i n g Out Your IRA

Knowing the rules can help you avoid tragic consequences—like

needlessly losing dollars to taxes, outliving

your retirement income or inadvertently making

Uncle Sam your primary beneficiary.

Instructor: Paul T. Stracke

FI 24189-1A

C-GCC - Room 128

Begins: June 9, 2010 only

FI 24189-2A

C-GCC - Room 109

Begins: July 28, 2010 only

FI 24220

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $5.00

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $5.00

The Good ‘OLD’ Savings Bond and how it

fits into your Portfolio

There is a renewed interest in the purchase of

Savings Bonds as an investment. The instructor will

discuss the new rules for Savings Bonds issued on or

after May 1, 2005. The Savings Bonds come in

Series EE, Series I and Series HH and the instructor

will discuss which Series is best for your particular

needs. There will be an overview of the benefits

in purchasing Savings Bonds, including taxes and

the use of bonds for education expenses. Also discussed:

What is the life of a bond? When do you

redeem? Come and join the class to see how the ‘old’

Bond could be the ‘new’ right investment for your

portfolio.

Instructor: Paul T. Stracke

FI 24220-1A

C-GCC-Room 128

Begins: May 26, 2010 only

FI 24220-2A

C-GCC-Room 128

Begins: June 23, 2010 only

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Fee: $5.00

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Fee: $5.00

FI 24227

What Are Annuities?

Should you buy an annuity and if so, which one? A

fixed annuity? A variable annuity? Annuities in

IRA’S? What are deferred and immediate annuities?

What is a lifetime annuity? What are the tax

advantages? Which one is best for you? This twohour

seminar will explain annuities, how they work,

and what you need to look for when purchasing an

annuity.

Instructor: Paul T. Stracke

FI 24227-1A

C-GCC-Room 109

Begins: May 12, 2010 only

FI 24227-2A

C-GCC-Room 128

Begins: June 16, 2010 only

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Fee: $ 5.00

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Fee: $ 5.00

FI 24236-1A

How to Drastically Cut Costs in

Difficult Financial Times

If you are trying to cut costs because your retirement

plan or your savings plan has lost a lot of money or

you could lose your job and want to learn how to

save thousands of dollars, then this course is for you.

Bev Nathan, who is strictly a consumer advocate,

will explain how to save thousands of dollars.

To be discussed are ways to save money by investing

on your own with no-load mutual funds, the benefits

of credit unions, buying used cars, saving money

when getting a car, home and life insurance, meth-


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ods to reduce your school and county taxes on your

home and the many, many money saving web sites.

There are many ways to save a considerable amount

of money and these will be discussed in detail. The

materials fee for this class is $20.00 (OPTIONAL)

payable to the instructor in class.

Instructor: Beverly Nathan

C-GCC - Room 511

1 Tuesday

Begins: July 20, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $48.00

HEALTH AND PERSONAL

DEVELOPMENT

HE 36187-1A Partner Neck and Shoulder Massage

Bring relief to common stress-holding areas. Learn

an easy and satisfying method of relieving tension in

the body due to everyday stress, work related repetitive

actions and poor posture. Learn particular points

to reduce congestion of sinuses, and relieve

headaches, shoulder, neck, and back pain. Also

included will be facial and cranial massage. All treatment

will be given in a seated position and on the

floor. Share in your partner’s health process. Wear

loose clothing and bring an exercise mat or towel and

a large bed pillow. This course is for personal enrichment

only. The class is limited to six couples and

both must register. The fee per person is listed below.

Instructor: Joy Scarano

C-GCC – Room 401

Begins: May 19, 2010 only

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Fee: $30.00/person

HE 36239

Standard First Aid Course/CPR/AED

The American Red Cross Standard First Aid

Course is to provide individuals with the knowledge

and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic

care for injuries and sudden illnesses until advanced

medical personnel arrive and take over. There are no

prerequisites for enrolling in the Standard First Aid

Course. This course covers all required topics such

as recognizing emergencies, prioritizing care, rescue

breathing, Adult CPR and wounds. The American

Red Cross First Aid/ CPR certificate exam is

administered at the end of the class. The course fee

includes all books and supplies.

Instructor(s): Marjorie Clark, R.N. with twenty-five

years experience and is a Red Cross Certified

Instructor.

HE 36239-1A

C-GCC - Room 206

1 Thursday

Begins: May 6, 2010 only 5:45 pm – 10:00 pm

Fee: $ 42.00

HE 36239-2A

C-GCC - Room 120

1 Thursday

Begins: June 3, 2010 only 5:45 pm – 10:00 pm

Fee: $ 42.00

HE 36260-1A

De Stress and Relax

This workshop explores the easy methods of taking

care of your over-worked or over-stressed body. In

this class, participants will learn breathing and

stretching techniques, simple exercises to work out

“the kinks,” and strengthen muscle groups. Students

will become familiar with “acupressure” points to

release tight muscles, and be introduced to the use

of essential oils (aromatherapy) to help bring about

renewed energy and sooth the aches. This class is

great for non-professionals and will help massage

therapists learn how to give their clients tools to

work with between massage sessions.

Instructor: Joy Scarano

C-GCC – Room 401

Begins: June 16, 2010 only

1 Wednesday

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fee: $30.00

HE 36273-1A Using Essential Oils with Foot Reflexology

Reflexology is more than a foot massage.

Reflexology is a therapeutic technique of applying

thumb and finger pressure to areas of the feet that

relate to specific areas in the body, in order to support

good health. Combine this with the use of

Essential Oils and you have a powerful approach to

dealing with health issues. Participants will learn a

Foot Reflexology routine and basics about essential

oils for physical as well as emotional well-being.

Wear comfortable clothing and bring paper and

pen. The class is limited to six couples and both

must register. The fee per person is listed below.

Instructor: Joy Scarano

C-GCC - Room 401

Begins: June 2, 2010 only

HE 36274

1 Wednesday

6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Fee: $30.00/person

Crystal Works

Crystal Works is a class designed to help energy

healers and interested others to understand the

energy of Crystal Healing. The class will discuss the

history of working with stones from ancient times

through modern science, choosing your personal

crystals and their metaphysical care (charging them

and cleansing them before and after energy work),

the variety of stones to choose from and their purpose

in healing, and the creating of crystal grids for

energy healing. Students should wear comfortable

clothing and bring a notebook to record your observations.

Everyone is certain to experience something

new during this class!

Instructor: Susan Laubmeier is a Reiki Master, healer

and teacher. She is the owner and operator of

Heart and Soul Reiki in Tannersville. Learn more at

www.SusanLaubmeier.com.

HE 36274-1A

C-GCC - Room 502

Begins: May 6, 2010

HE 36274-2A

C-GCC - Room 502

Begins: July 22, 2010

2 Thursdays

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Fee: 72.00

2 Thursdays

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Fee: 72.00

HE 62297

Yoga for Relaxation and Health

Each class will teach different stretches for health

and rejuvenation. Exercises to support the spine,

loosen stiff joints, release tension and give an overall

feeling of wellness will be taught. The poses

taught are suited for all ages and body types. The

instructor teaches participants how to alter various

poses to suit his/her physical wishes or needs.

Participants will find this class very relaxing and

enjoyable. No previous experience is necessary.

Students need to bring a mat or towel to class.

Instructor: Bonnie Mion

HE 62297-1A

C-GCC - Room 612

Begins: June 3, 2010

HE 62297-2A

C-GCC - Room 612

Begins: July 15, 2010

4 Thursdays

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $32.00

4 Thursdays

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $32.00

HE 62298-1A

Tennis Program

This course offers tennis instruction and supervised

practice for beginning to intermediate players. The

objectives are building fundamental skills in a supportive

learning environment and having good fun.

Lessons and play emphasize the grip, vertical and

horizontal footwork, eye and hand coordination,

and the fundamental ground strokes such as the

forehand, backhand and the all-important serve.

These skills will be woven together with the introduction

of basic plays such as the volley, rally and

court strategy. Class meets rain or shine.

Participants must bring their own tennis racquet.

Instructor: John Hick is a Pro Certified Tennis

Instructor based in Hudson, New York.

C-GCC - Tennis Courts 4 Tuesdays & 4 Thursdays

Begins: June 1, 2010

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $77.00

HE 62300-1A Zumba: Latin Inspired, Dance Fitness

Zumba is a Latin inspired dance fitness class that

incorporates Latin and international music and

dance movements which create an exciting and

effective workout! This class format combines basic

rhythms that sculpt the body in an aerobic/fitness

fashion to achieve a balance of cardio and muscletoning

benefits. You DO NOT need to have any

dance background whatsoever to participate in

Zumba! You will easily master a Zumba class as it

provides a non-intimidating atmosphere for all.

Zumba integrates some of the basic principles of

aerobic, interval, and resistance training to maximize

caloric output, cardiovascular benefits and

total body toning. Zumba is fun, easy, and effective!

Workout clothes, sneakers, a towel and a workout

mat are required.

Instructor: Theresa Rossi has been a schoolteacher

for over eighteen years and is a certified Zumba and

cardio kickboxing instructor.

C-GCC - Room 612

Begins: July 12, 2010

5 Mondays & 5 Wednesdays

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Fee: $80.00

HUMANITIES

HU 44416-1A

So You Want To Be an Actor

If you have ever thought the entertainment business

just might be for you, this workshop will help you

get started. Taught by a working actor, topics for

discussion include promoting yourself with pictures,

resumes, theatrical representation, training options,

and understanding the audition process by using

dialogue from professional scripts. Here is an

opportunity to get basic, essential guidance without

wasting your money on needless expenses. This class

is appropriate for individuals from high school age

on up and acting experience is not required.

Instructor: Stewart J. Zully has been acting, directing,

and producing for over twenty-five years. He

has been on over thirty television shows, including a

recurring role on The Sopranos, all of the Law and

Order shows, Burn Notice, One Tree Hill, and

many more. His Citibank commercial, in which he

starred as “Jake B (identity theft victim)”, received

the 2004 Emmy for Best Commercial of the Year.

C-GCC – Room 202

Begins: July 31, 2010

1 Saturday

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Fee: $57.00

HU 44429-1A

Your Story: Center Stage

Bring a draft of your writing in any form you wish,

whether a story, a poem, a page from a diary or journal,

letter, or just a few lines of a vivid memory or

conversation, you can even bring a photo or any

object that has strong meaning for you. We will

explore, improvise, create, and develop a short theatre

piece of your own, which will grow out of and

illuminate your original inspiration. In a safe and

non-competitive atmosphere, you will learn how to

lift your ideas onto the stage and give them color,

character, speech and movement. Working individually,

in pairs and as an ensemble, we will enact the

material you brought to class and create lively and

true staged realizations of your moments remembered

and imagined. (No previous stage experience

is necessary.)

Instructor: Carol Rusoff has an extensive background

in theatre and has gained recognition as an

innovative director in Los Angeles, New York, and

London, England. Ms. Rusoff is founder and director

of the Los Angeles Street Theatre and The

Atlantic Crossing Theatre Project.

C-GCC – Room 500

Begins: May 25, 2010

6 Tuesdays

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Fee: $ 97.00

HU 44431-1A

Teach Me Tonight:

Romance throughout the Ages

From when Tristan met Isolde to when Harry met


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Sally, we will use ancient lore, contemporary writing,

art, a few secret recipes from modern science,

and popular wisdom to create our own lively discussion

about the progress of romance. Every year there

is a new best seller explaining how to be a winner at

love. However, that is nothing new. So whether considering

a passage from Shakespeare, a Di Vinci

masterpiece, or the latest ruminations from Dr.

Laura, the goal is always the same, to write our own

happy ending.

Instructor: Sally S. Eckhoff, MFA, is a working

artist and writer credited with numerous art exhibitions,

published essays and critical writings. She has

exhibited at Bennington College and the

Philadelphia University of the Arts. Her writings

have been published in the New York Times,

Village Voice and Salon.com.

C-GCC – Room 134

Begins: June1, 2010

LANGUAGES

4 Tuesdays

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Fee: $35.00

LA 44427-1A

Beginning Conversational Spanish

This course is for those who want to gain a basic

working knowledge of the Spanish language for a

vacation, or want to better communicate with their

friends, co-workers or customers whose first language

is Spanish. This course focuses on conversation,

inflection, vocabulary, and sentence structure

used in daily conversation. The focus is on communication

for travel, everyday usage, and medical and

personal needs. The paperback book “See it and Say

it in Spanish” by Margarita Madrigal and the

LaRousse Student Pocket Spanish-English

Dictionary are required for class and both are available

at local chain bookstores and online. A 3-ring

binder is also required.

Instructor: Nancy M. Westbrook, MS, has more

than twenty years experience working with speakers

of other languages in the classroom and community

teaching settings. She is fluent in Spanish and

French.

C-GCC - Room 511

5 Tuesdays

Begins: June 1, 2010

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $125.00

MOTORCYCLING

Columbia-Greene Community College and

StreetWise Motorcycling, Inc. continue to make

motorcycling and rider safety training available on

campus. Today’s roads and road-users are more of a

challenge than ever before to motorcyclists.

Whether new to motorcycling or an experienced

motorcyclist, individuals are encouraged to enroll in

an appropriate course for responsible, enjoyable and

safer street riding. Our courses are of the highest

quality and adhere strictly to the training standards

developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation

(MSF) and are part of the New York State

Motorcycle Safety Program sponsored by the New

York State Department of Motor Vehicles.

SI 99238

Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s

Basic Rider Course

The Basic Rider Course (BRC) curriculum was

developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation

(MSF) and is used for the New York State

Motorcycle Safety Program as a complete riding

program for those with little or no motorcycle operating

experience as well as those with years of

motorcycling riding wanting to sharpen their skills.

This course is well-suited for those exploring the

idea of operating their own motorcycle, those wishing

to enhance their basic riding skills, as well as

riders coming back into the sport after an extended

absence of riding. The 20-hour course uses on-site

training motorcycles starting the student with the

very basic physical operating and riding skills, then

progresses to more advanced basics deepening their

skills while developing their mental and physical

defensive riding techniques necessary to minimize

the risk on the street. If the student completes the

course successfully, they leave with basic riding skills

to practice at home on their own motorcycle to

enhance their course learning experience in developing

operating skills for skillful, proficient, safer

street riding.

This course (BRC) has been approved by the New

York State Department of Motor Vehicles who successfully

complete the course, as an option to the

motorcycle road test.

The cost for this class is $275.00 plus a registration

fee of $3.00 for a total cost of $278.00. Registrations

will be accepted by phone with MasterCard, Visa,

Discover or American Express only. Mail-in registrations

with check or money order will be

CONFIRMED when they are RECEIVED.

Confirmation will be by telephone ONLY and the

student will be assigned the first available class date.

Absolutely no refunds after the assigned class has

met.

Instructors: Motorcycle Safety Foundations (MSF)

certified RiderCoaches.

SI 99238-1A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: June 4, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-2A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: June 11, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-3A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: June 18, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-4A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: June 25, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-5A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: July 2, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-6A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: July 9, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-7A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: July 16, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-8A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: July 23, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-9A (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: July 30, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-1B (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: August 6, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-2B (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: August 13, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-3B (096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: August 20, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99238-4B(096N)

C-GCC - Room 706

1 Fri., 1 Sat. & 1 Sun.

Begins: August 27, 2010 Friday: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SI 99240

Experienced RiderCourse (ERC)

Basic Skills Practice

This course is only available to riders who possess an

endorsement for motorcycling on their current and

valid New York State Driver’s License. Open to riders

of all ages with street riding experience, the class

addresses the critical skills and knowledge needed

for relatively low-risk, enjoyable on-street motorcycling.

Students are required to bring their own

motorcycle which is currently registered, inspected,

insured and in good working condition.

A smart rider knows continuous practice and

knowledge development means safer riding. This

class is for those wanting to hone their riding skills,

want to get acquainted with their new/different

motorcycle, are having trouble with particular skills,

may have had a short layoff from riding, and for

those who simply believe you can never be too smart

or too safe. This is a good follow-up class for BRC

graduates once their basic skills become automatic

and natural on their own motorcycle.

No test is given. Class is limited to 6 motorcycles/riders.

Many motorcycle insurance companies

honor the ERC completion card for a reduction of

basic motorcycle insurance costs.

Instructor(s): Motorcycle Safety Foundations

(MSF) certified RiderCoaches.

SI 99240-1A

C-GCC – Riding Range, Parking Lots A & B

1 Saturday

Begins: May 22, 2010 only 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Fee: $125.00

SI 99240-2A

C-GCC – Riding Range, Parking Lots A & B

1 Saturday

Begins: June 26, 2010 only 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Fee: $125.00

SI 99240-3A

C-GCC – Riding Range, Parking Lots A & B

1 Saturday

Begins: July 24, 2010 only 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Fee: $125.00

SI 99240-4A

C-GCC – Riding Range, Parking Lots A & B

1 Saturday

Begins: August 21, 2010 only 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Fee: $125.00

SI 99250 Basic Rider Course: Additional Riding Course

Open to anyone who has completed, successfully or

not, a Basic Rider Course (BRC) anywhere in New

York State since the Spring of 2001. Students do

not need a current NYS Motorcycle Learner’s

Permit or a motorcycle endorsement on their NYS

Driver’s License. This class is perfect for former

BRC students who desire additional coaching on

our training motorcycles to develop their confidence,

enhance their basic skills, if they have had a

delay operating a motorcycle on their own, or perhaps

have had a mishap and need to regain skill

confidence. A select number of the familiar BRC

exercises are used for this course. No test will be

given. There are no NYS DMV benefits associated

with this class. Course is limited to 3 students.

Instructors: Motorcycle Safety Foundations (MSF)

certified RiderCoaches.

SI 99250-1A

C-GCC – Rider Course Parking Lots A & B 1 Friday

Begins: May 21, 2010 ONLY 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Fee: $125.00


C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE • 15

SI 99250-2A

C-GCC – Rider Course Parking Lots A & B 1 Friday

Begins: June 11, 2010 ONLY 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Fee: $125.00

SI 99250-3A

C-GCC – Rider Course Parking Lots A & B 1 Friday

Begins: July 16, 2010 ONLY 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Fee: $125.00

SI 99250-4A

C-GCC – Rider Course Parking Lots A & B 1 Friday

Begins: August 13, 2010 ONLY 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Fee: $125.00

MUSIC AND DANCE

MU 62260

Aerobic Middle Eastern Dance

Enjoy a delightful, low impact workout based on

belly dance moves. You will be relaxed and energized

with this thorough exercise for your whole

body. Easy to learn movements will increase your

suppleness and flexibility from head to toe. Tone

your arms, stomach and thighs while you enjoy this

beautiful and mystical dance. Instruction will focus

on basic isolations, combining moves, veil work and

slow and fast rhythm movements. Optional hip

scarves are available from the instructor.

Instructor: Bonnie Mion M.S.W. is a dance lover

who has studied over fifteen dance forms. She has

taught dance in various adult education programs.

MU 62260-1A

C-GCC – Room 612

Begins: June 3, 2010

C-GCC – Room 612

Begins: July 15, 2010

MU 62260-2A

4 Thursdays

6:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Fee: $32.00

4 Thursdays

6:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Fee: $32.00

MU 62277-1A

Irish Set Dancing

Set Dancing is a form of social dancing that has

been very popular in Ireland for over 150 years. Sets

are danced by couples in a square and consist of several

figures with a short pause between each. Unlike

Irish Step Dancing popularized in shows like

“Riverdance,” Set Dancing Is non-competitive, easy

to learn and lots of fun. Students will learn basic

steps such as reels, jigs and slides; basic maneuvers

such as lead arounds, advance and retire, swings and

crossovers; and specific figure sets such as the

Caledonian and North Kerry. A dance partner is not

required to register for class. Students should bring

comfortable leather soled shoes and NO SNEAK-

ERS.

Instructors: Bob and Betty Pagnani have been Set

Dancing for over six years after studying the dance

form in the United States as well as in Ireland. They

have taught Set Dancing for over a year.

C-GCC - Student Dining Hall

Begins: June 10, 2010

4 Thursdays

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $17.00

MU 62294

Beginning Flamenco Dance

Flamenco Dance is a traditional dance that accompanies

the Flamenco genre of music thought to have

originated in the Andalucia Province in Spain. The

dance can be described as an impassioned style of

dance characterized by its powerful yet graceful execution,

as well as its intricate hand and footwork.

Flamenco Dance embodies a complex musical and

cultural tradition. This course provides an overview

of the history of Flamenco and introduces beginning

techniques including footwork, upper body

movements, rhythms and repertoire. Participants

will learn technique exercises, an original choreography

and one verse of Sevillanas, a traditional

Spanish folk dance. Students should purchase

Character Shoes for this class. Character Shoes are

leather sole dance shoes with a 1” to 2” heel. They

can be purchased at a dance studio or supplier. A

dress boot with the same size heel is also acceptable.

This class is open to individuals and couples.

Instructor: Kati Garcia-Renart is a professional

dancer, choreographer and teacher. She earned a BA

in Dance and Choreography from Bard College and

completed various studies of Flamenco and classical

Spanish dance in Madrid, Spain.

MU 62294-1A

C-GCC - Room 505

5 Tuesdays

Begins: May 25, 2010

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $57.00

MU 62294-2A

C-GCC - Room 505

5 Tuesdays

Begins: July 13, 2010

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $57.00

MU 62301

Let’s Salsa!

Are you ready to enjoy this hot and spicy Salsa?

Bring an appetite for the most popular Latin dance

from the Cuban and African heritage. Learn the

basics, styling, simple turn patterns, sizzling combinations

and Latin line dancing. You will be surprised

what you can do with a partner or by yourself.

Enjoy this amazing class. Beginners and Beginners

II are encouraged to attend. Sign up now to feel the

spirit of Latin dancing, Wepa! No experience is necessary,

smooth soled shoes required.

Instructor: Carlos Osorio returns to Columbia-

Greene Community College to share the enjoyment

of Latin dance. Carlos is the founder of the Cumbia

Spirit School of Dance and www.CumbiaSpirit.com

based in Woodstock, New York. He has been teaching

and leading groups to experience the excitement

of Latin dance for over nine years throughout the

Hudson Valley and the Capital Region in public and

private venues.

MU 62301-1A

C-GCC - Room 505

Begins: June 10, 2010

MU 62301-2A

C-GCC - Room 505

Begins: July 15, 2010

4 Thursdays

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Fee: $47.00

4 Thursdays

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Fee: $47.00

MU 62303-1A

Songwriting Workshop

Whether you are an aspiring lyricist, composer, rock

star, “American Idol” or Broadway diva, knowing the

art and craft of songwriting is a must. This workshop

will help you hone your skills with the guidance

of a professional songwriter and performer,

Sandy McKnight. Not only will you learn song

structure, rhyme schemes and other basics of the

craft, you also will find out how to “pitch” your

songs, how the music business works and how to

make a great demo of your song. You will write your

own songs and get a chance to collaborate with

other writers. What is the secret to writing songs

that pack an emotional wallop? Find out by signing

up for the Songwriting Workshop. CLASS WILL

NOT MEET ON TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010.

Instructor: Sandy McKnight is a successful working

writer; teacher, producer and musician who has had

over 500 songs published, over 200 songs recorded

and covered by various artists and has produced

hundreds of recordings for other artists.

C-GCC - Room 124

Begins: May 4, 2010

6 Tuesdays

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Fee: $125.00

MU 62304-1A

Uke It Up!

Affordable, fun and easy to play, ukuleles are the latest

craze. Find out why so many enthusiasts are

starting their own “ukestra.” Participants will have

fun learning basic cord changes and playing techniques

as well as help select and rehearse a popular

song for an in-class capstone performance. Musical

experience is helpful, but not necessary. A beginner’s

ukulele may be purchased at music stores and online

with prices starting below $50.00 for a new

instrument. Used instruments are appropriate for

this class too. Class will NOT meet on July 7, 2010.

Instructor: Sally S. Eckhoff, MFA is an avid ukulele

player.

C-GCC – Room 511

6 Wednesdays

Begins: June 2, 2010

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $92.00

PHYSICAL FITNESS

PH 62051

Fundamentals of Golf (For All Levels)

Learn about the game and the swing from a professional

whose iconoclastic views have been received

on the national stage in such publications as USGA

Golf Journal and PGA Magazine. The title of the

course reflects the instructor’s belief that there is

nothing to teach except fundamentals, which are

just the same for the expert and the beginner alike.

A “fine point” is merely a fundamental you have yet

to learn. Players of all abilities are encouraged to

enroll. A spontaneous, give and take atmosphere

exists in the class with the emphasis always on individual

instruction. Comfortable, loose fitting clothing

should be worn. Bring a # 5 iron to class with

you. Those not having a club will be provided one.

Participants are required to wear non-marking rubber

soled shoes or sneakers to each class.

Instructor: James Rothenberg is a PGA professional

and author of the critically acclaimed book, The

Skeptical Golfer.

PH 62051-1A

C-GCC - Gym

4 Tuesdays

Begins: May 11, 2010

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $117.00

Class will NOT meet on Tuesday, May 18, 2010.

PH 62051-2A

C-GCC - Gym

4 Tuesdays

Begins: June 22, 2010

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $117.00

Class will NOT meet on Tuesday, July 6, 2010

PROFESSIONAL

DEVELOPMENT

PR 24232-1A

How to Build a Fun and

Profitable Home-Based Business

What kinds of home-based businesses are out there?

Which one might be best for you? How do you

research an opportunity to know if it is for real?

How do you get paid? Regardless of the company

you choose, you will learn skills and activities that,

step-by-step, will lay out what it takes to earn more

money and have more fun! Gain access to 70 different

ways to market your products and services.

Discover one simple tool that is guaranteed to get

you more referrals, get your prospects to choose you

over and above the competition, and flat out dominate

your market. No hype, no fluff…just straightup,

practical information on how to get the job

done!

Instructor: James Farnham, MS, MBA, and his wife

have over twenty years experience in the homebased

industry.

C-GCC - Room 119

Begins: June 8, 2010 only

1 Tuesday

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Fee: $15.00

PR 28338-1A Entrepreneurship -

Starting Your Own Business

From this lively and informative seminar, participants

will learn behind the scenes practical information

on how to start a successful home-based, second

income business, with the potential to become

a full time operation. With little money down, students

will learn how to decide on a product to sell or

a business to operate while minimizing the problems

which accompany such decisions. Taking this

course will save you time, money, and stress. Also

covered will be franchising. The materials (optional)

cost is $20.00 and is payable to the instructor in

class.


16 • C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE

Instructor: Beverly Nathan - started a part-time

home based business over twenty years ago with a

partner. That business is now full time and operates

in an office complex.

C-GCC-Room 511

1 Tuesday

Begins: July 20, 2010 only 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $ 48.00

PR 32184

Professional Voice-Acting: Getting Paid to Talk

Have you ever been told that you have a great voice?

This exciting class will explore numerous aspects of

voice-over for television, film, radio, books on tape,

documentaries and the Internet! This course will

cover all the basics, including how to prepare the allimportant

demo and how to be successful and earn

great income in this exciting field. Students will

have the opportunity to ask questions and to hear

examples of demos recorded by professional voice

actors. Class participants will even have a chance to

record a commercial script under the direction of

our producer! This class is informative, lots of fun,

and a great first step for anyone interested in voiceacting

professionally. Registration closes one week

prior to the class. For a more detailed class description,

go to http://www.voicecoaches.com/gptt.

Instructor: Members of the Creative Voice

Development Group in Schenectady, New York.

PR 32184-1A

C-GCC - Room 136

Begins: June 24, 2010 only

PR 32184-2A

C-GCC - Room 136

Begins: August 23, 2010 only

1 Thursday

6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Fee: $ 17.00

1 Monday

6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Fee: $ 17.00

PR 68280-1A

Identification/Reporting of

Child Abuse/Neglect

This training is now required for all professionals

certified or licensed by the New York State

Education Department. The focus of this two-hour

training session is the identification and reporting of

child abuse and maltreatment as required by

Chapter 544 of the Laws of 1988. Topics addressed

include the definition of “abuse, maltreatment, and

neglect” according to New York State law; the

description of “reasonable cause to suspect;” various

behavioral and environmental characteristics of abusive

parents or caretakers; the identification of physical

and behavioral indicators of physical abuse,

maltreatment, neglect, and sexual abuse; identifying

proper procedures for reporting, etc. You MUST

bring your license and/or permit number to class.

Instructor: Cynthia Engel, R.N. - Nursing instructor

at C-GCC and approved as a provider of the

course work by the New York State Education

Department.

C-GCC – Room 128

Begins: May 27, 2010 only

1 Thursday

4:00 pm – 6:15 pm

Fee: $25.00

PR 68328 Infection Control and Barrier Precautions

This three-hour session will meet the requirements

of Chapter 786 of the Laws of 1992. The professionals

affected by this mandate include physicians,

physician assistants, specialist assistants, dentists,

dental hygienists, registered nurses, licensed practical

nurses, optometrists, and podiatrists. The law

requires that persons licensed in the health professions

listed above who practice in New York State

must complete approved course work or training

regarding infection control on or before July 1, 1994

and update that course work within every four-year

period thereafter.

The curriculum content includes: professional

responsibilities for infection control; modes and

mechanisms of disease transmission; use of engineering

and work practice controls; create and

maintain a safe patient care environment; and prevention

and control of communicable diseases in

health care workers. Also discussed will be the

insights into the use of antibiotics in the treatment

of infectious diseases. Communicable diseases discussed

will include HIV Infection; AIDS;

Tuberculosis (TB); Hepatitis A. B. and C; pediculosis;

STDs; Lyme Disease, and others as needs dictate.

The use of personal protective devices, disposal of

blood, and body fluid contaminated substances will

be addressed. Systems without needles will be

addressed as well as special consideration for triage

of people with suspected infections. Age related differences

will be discussed. Handouts will address

expanded sterilization and disinfection guidelines

developed by the State Education Department.

Instructor: Diane M. Lew-Snider – Ph.D., Boston

College; M.S., Russell Sage, Troy; B.S., SUNY

College of Utica; Professor of Nursing at C-GCC.

C-GCC- Room 136

Begins: May 24, 2010 only

PR 68413-1A

1 Monday

4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Fee: $38.00

Twenty Ways to Earn Residual Income!

Concerned about the economy? Got increasing

expenses? Ever run out of money before you run out

of month? Residual income could be your answer.

Residual income means being paid over and over

again, based on a one-time effort. Uncover over

twenty specific ways to earn ongoing, residual

income from stocks, bonds, mutual funds and insurance;

taxes, and retirement income. Find out what

financial planners will not tell you. Benefit from

your mortgage and uncover how to become cash

rich and house poor. What is beach money and how

can you get it? How do you evaluate the merits of a

home-based business? Uncover how to use opt-in

marketing and auto responders to build a continuing

stream of internet income.

This course is packed with solid, practical information!

This is not a financial planning course; not a

get out of debt program; and no investments or

financial products are sold. It is for you if you want

to learn how to make some or all of your income

more residual!

Instructor: James Farnham, MS, MBA, has toured

the United States and Canada as a professional

speaker and author and has over twenty years of

experience in insurance and financial services.

C-GCC – Room 109

Begins: May 11, 2010 only

1 Tuesday

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fee: $15.00

PR 68463-1A

Cultural Competency Workshop

Cultural competency is the ability to work effectively

across cultures. For individuals, it is an approach

to learning, communicating and working respectfully

with people different from themselves. Ideal for

professionals in service oriented, non-profit, and

client based organizations and community groups.

This course offers techniques, tips, and insights into

working with a diverse population. Students will

discuss cultural norms, create a self-assessment, and

prepare for possible obstacles in the workplace.

Participants will leave with knowledge of various

populations and resources for further study.

Instructor: Crystal Stringham is an experienced

professional educator versed in a wide variety of

community health issues. Her outreach and service

initiatives included topics such as diabetes, children’s

dental health, rural health, prescription assistance,

and tobacco use prevention.

C-GCC - Room 136

Begins: May 15, 2010

2 Saturdays

10:00 am – 12:00 Noon

Fee: $67.00

PR 68464-1A

Professional Communications

Did you recently get a promotion? Would you like

to move ahead or are you looking for a career

change? Have you ever wondered what might be the

best way to communicate a critical message or information?

This course is perfect for the professional in

search of some answers to questions about preparing

a presentation, mediating meetings, interviewing, or

writing a business letter or email. Students will gain

knowledge of professional communication etiquette

to give them the edge in furthering their career.

Instructor: Crystal Stringham

C-GCC - Room 136

Begins: May 15, 2010

2 Saturdays

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Fee: $67.00

PR 68467 Start and Run a Home-Based Food Business

Do you love to bake? Would you like to earn money

doing what you love, making these foods at home?

With minimal start-up money, anyone can turn his

or her kitchen into a lucrative business. This classroom

course will guide you step-by-step through

the entire process —-from initial idea to delivery of

products to your customers. Learn to price, label,

and package products; find customers and keep

records; and you will begin the process to obtain the

necessary legal permits. In the event you are unable

to operate your business from home, alternatives

will be discussed. Bring a bag lunch for the 30-

minute lunch break included in the schedule. There

is a $10.00 materials fee for this class and is payable

to the instructor at the first class.

Instructor: Mimi Fix, M.A. Food Studies, began a

baking career from her licensed kitchen. She later

opened a bakery and café and worked in corporate

R&D kitchens. Her book Start & Run a Home-

Based Food Business will be published this fall.

PR 68467-1A

C-GCC - Room 330

1 Saturday

Begins: May 8, 2010 only 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $67.00

PR 68467-2A

C-GCC - Room 330

1 Saturday

Begins: July 17, 2010 only 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Materials Category: A Fee: $67.00

PR 68468-1A

Hearing Aid Dispenser

Continuing Education Course

Hearing Aird Dispensers and Audiologists can satisfy

the New York State Department of State

requirements for continuing education in both

infection control and State and Federal Regulations

and professional conduct. The course and instructors

are approved by the New York State department

of State and such hours may be earned in satisfaction

of continued licensure under Article 159 of

the Education Law as long as the registrant demonstrates

proof of completion of the required topics.

Certificates are issued to all students who complete

each course.

Instructor(s): Joseph A. Vespe, MS, MBA is the

Director of operations at Hal-Hen Company, Inc.

and Barbara Kruger, Ph.D. of Kruger Associates.

C-GCC – Room 136

Begins: June 17, 2010 only

1 Thursday

1:00 pm – 4:15 pm

Fee: $77.00

PR 68474-1A Nuts and Bolts of Wage and Hour Laws

“I have to pay HOW MUCH?” This seminar will

present the components of the Fair Labor Standards

Act (FLSA) and common areas of review by Wage

and Hour auditors. Since 2009, there has been a

rash of audits and court cases nationally and across

New York on FLSA matters. This law was revised in

2004 and we will discuss both federal and New York

State wage and hour compliance topics. We will

probe the gray areas of exempt and non-exempt

classifications and pay policies and practice.

Covered topics will include: a high level review of

FLSA; how conflicts in the law are resolved; how to

conduct overtime exemption classification tests;

overtime payment calculation methods; what constitutes

a salaried basis; compensatory time; travel

time; on-call time; meal time; record keeping and

MUCH more! Bring your trickiest problems and a

pocket calculator for the Q & A session.

Instructor: Diane Lustenader, SPHR, GPHR,

CCP, GRP is President of Lake Associates, Inc., a

human resources consulting firm founded in


C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE • 17

January of 1994 and located in Albany, NY and

Chicago. Previously Ms. Lustenader held the top

human resource position for the Americas for

Yaskawa Electric America, Inc. and was an administrator

at Wells College. Ms. Lustenader counsels

employers in a variety of industries on affirmative

action, employment law compliance and compensation

matters. She is a frequent speaker and author

on employee topics.

C-GCC - Room 136

Begins: June 1, 2010

2 Tuesdays

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Fee: $47.00

SPECIAL INTERESTS

SI 99198-1A Tarot in Your Life # 1 -

Getting to Know the Tarot

In this first of four sessions, students will explore the

fascinating world of the Tarot. Various Tarot decks

will be examined to discover the many interpretations

of characters and symbols. A short history of

the Tarot will be discussed. Come join us on the

Fools journey through the Major Arcana. The

Major Arcana is the first 22 cards and is the foundation

of the 78-card Tarot deck. A Rider Waite

Tarot Deck is required for this class and as a convenience

for students the Rider Waite Tarot Deck

may be purchased from the instructor at a cost of

$18.00. Students should bring pen and paper for

note taking, and any questions you may have about

the Tarot.

Instructor: Prudence Theriault, Certified Tarot

Master/Instructor (Certified by the Tarot

Certification Board)

C-GCC-Room 128

1 Monday

Begins: June 7, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: B Fee: $20.00

SI 99198-2A Tarot In Your Life # 2

In this second of four sessions, the instructor will

introduce the participants to the Court Cards.

Students will develop a relationship with these characters

and learn more about them.

C-GCC-Room 128

1 Monday

Begins: June 14, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $20.00

SI 99198-3A Tarot In Your Life # 3

In this third of four sessions, participants will look

at the four suites of the Tarot-Cups, Wands, Swords

and Pentacales and discuss their symbolism.

C-GCC-Room 128

1 Monday

Begins: June 21, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $20.00

SI 99198-4A Tarot In Your Life # 4

The instructor and participants will discuss many

different Tarot card spreads in this last session and

do sample readings for each other further developing

their relationship with their Tarot cards.

C-GCC-Room 128

1 Monday

Begins: June 28, 2010 only 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $20.00

SI 99206-1A

I’ve Got Your Name, Number,

and a Message for you…

This is a one-night presentation with Lois T.

Martin, noted intuitive (psychic) numerologist. This

is a fun filled presentation of who you are, who you

want to be and the message you are NOT hearing.

How many of you have said, “I had a gut feeling” or

got “goose bumps” while sharing a story or you get

the “I just know feeling.” Welcome, you are psychic!

This presentation has a question, answer format.

Participants will learn why certain numbers keep

appearing in front of us, such as when you look at a

clock, speedometer in a car, dreams, the understanding

of sacred signs, etc. Will your lucky lottery numbers

be revealed in this class? No, No, No! What is

the significance of the letters in your name and your

date of birth? Do you like your name? Ever notice

the shape of the letters in the alphabet? Why is it we

continue to attract certain people and or events?

There are many, many questions you may have or

you may just be curious, so come and be entertained,

enlightened and have fun. (This course is for entertainment

purposes only). For further information,

go to www.loismartin.com.

Instructor: Lois T. Martin has over twenty-five

years experience in numerology, as lecturer educator,

and columnist. Lois appears multi-media, is a personal

consultant with the prestigious Association de

Numerologues in the United Kingdom, and has an

office location in Nassau County.

C-GCC - Room 502

Begins: June 7, 2010 only

1 Monday

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Fee: $22.00

SI 99211

How to Locate Anyone, Anywhere

Find out how to find a lost family member, biological

parent, an old love, school mate, military buddy,

or even an ex-spouse. Topics to be covered include:

the basic principles, terminology, and elements of

investigation, available information, and where you

can find information. Discover how to research

birth, death, and real estate records, and what banking,

telephone and credit information can be legally

obtained. The cost of materials (payable to the

instructor in class) will be $5.00.

Learn how to use the “information super highway”

to gain access to more data and how and where you

can tap into “trade secrets.” Students in this class

will be amazed by how much information is available,

all within the parameters of current laws and

regulations. All participants will receive a confidential

trade source list.

Instructor: Joseph Manginelli - Over forty-two

years investigative experience; has taught in the

New York City Police Academy; and is now president

of an investigative agency.

SI 99211-1A

C-GCC - Room 109

1 Thursday

Begins: May 6, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Fee: A Fee: $21.00

SI 99211-2A

C-GCC - Room 132

1 Thursday

Begins: July 15, 2010 only 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Materials Fee: A Fee: $21.00

SI 99246-1A Young Adults Education for Success

Program (YES) Ages 18-21

The Young Adults Education for Success (YES)

Program provides one-on-one and group instruction

for young adults ages 18-21 striving to improve

their prospects for workplace and career success.

Program services include a workplace skills assessment

and instruction in reading, writing and mathematics

up to the pre-college level. Preparation for

lifelong learning including study and computer literacy

skills are also provided. Students entering

without a high school diploma are encouraged to

undertake the New York State General Educational

Development (GED) examination at the completion

of the program. YES accepts students on an

ONGOING basis. Students have up to 260 classroom

hours to complete the program. Contact the

Community Services Office for full enrollment

details.

Instructor: TBA

C-GCC-Room 117

Begins: SEE ABOVE

Tues., Weds., & Thurs.

3:45 pm – 7:45 pm

Fee: $ 995.00

SI 99249-1A

Horse Behavior and Training

This course is designed as a fun, interactive learning

experience for the horse owner, trainer and horse

lover. After this course participants will be able to

enjoy their horses more and be better prepared to

recognize the benefits and the limitations of various

training techniques. Topics include: horse mystique

and psychology, unmasking training myths, popular

horse trainers and their methods, ground work, bits

and common horse health issues. Participants are

encouraged to bring their questions and experiences.

Class will NOT meet on Tuesday, May 18,

2010.

Instructor: Christine Lehman has been a riding

instructor and horse trainer for over twenty years.

She has earned an advanced certification to teach

horseback riding from the North American Riding

for the Handicapped Association. Christine is also a

licensed Veterinary Technician.

C-GCC – Room 128

Begins: May 4, 2010

4 Tuesdays

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Fee: $37.00

SI 99254-1A

Develop Your Intuitive Skills

Intuition is like a muscle. It needs exercise to become

strong, flexible and reliable. In this class the instructor

will help you learn how to get in touch with your

intuition and guide you along the path to developing

it. Intuition is an important resource in your business

and personal life. We will do a guided imagery exerciser

for you to “meet” your intuition. By the end of

the evening you will be doing intuitive readings for

each other! Bring a notebook and an open mind.

Instructor: Prudence J. M. Theriault

C-GCC – Room 502

Begins: May 24, 2010 only

SI 99267-1A

1 Monday

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fee: $20.00

5-Hour Pre-Licensing Course (MV-278)

This is the 5-Hour Pre-Licensing Course required

under the New York State Department of Motor

Vehicle Regulations for all drivers with permits

seeking to schedule a road test. When students

complete the course, they will receive a pre-licensing

course certificate (MV-278). Students must provide

the certificate number when scheduling their road

test. Participants are required to have a valid learner’s

permit and must bring it to class. Students are

encouraged to bring a bag lunch, as no cafeteria services

are available on campus.

Instructor: Auto/CDL Driving School provides a

variety of driver training courses.

C-GCC - Room 134

Begins: July 17, 2010 only

1 Saturday

9:00 am - 2:30 pm

Fee: $47.00

SI 99275-1A

Juggling and Circus Skills

Run away with the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus and be

home by bedtime! Circus skills offer a great bridge

between mind and body. Juggling is a truly

ambidextrous activity, stimulating the brain,

enhancing co-ordination, and encouraging healthy

movement. It is a physical skill that is accessible to

all, regardless of level of fitness or experience.

Students will get an introduction to basic three

object juggling, object balancing, basic funambulistics

(stilts, rolla bola, rolling globe) and partner juggling.

Each session will focus on warm up and dexterity

exercises, skill building and practice, and goal

evaluation. The instructor will help each student set

realistic goals for weekly practice and a final, informal

presentation. Great skill set for actors seeking to

enhance their versatility. All equipment for the

course is provided. This course is for ages 12 and up.

Instructor: Stephanie Monseu is a professional circus,

variety artist and teacher with a fifteen-year

career as a juggler, stilt walker, fire-eater, ring mistress,

physical comedian, and high wire stunt artist.

She is also co-founder of the internationally

acclaimed Bindlestiff Family Cirkus.

C-GCC - Student Dining Hall

5 Tuesdays

Begins: June 1, 2010

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Materials Category: * Fee: $93.00

SI 99282-1A

Power Your Home With the Sun

Learn how solar energy can be used to provide elec-


18 • C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE

tricity and hot water for your home or business.

Thanks to generous tax credits and rebate programs,

there has never been a better time to “get solar.”

Gain an understanding of photovoltaic and solar

thermal systems, whether your home is a good candidate

for a solar system, which type of system

meets your needs and explore the costs and benefits

of going solar. This course is a great way to explore

renewable and sustainable energy options for your

home or business.

Instructor: Betsy Ferris Wyman - V.P. of Sales for

Renewable Energy Systems for SunDog Solar, Inc.

in Chatham, NY. She has over 10 years of experience

in environmental consulting.

C-GCC - Room 136

Begins: July 21, 2010 only

1 Wednesday

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $32.00

SI 99283-1Z Horseback Riding, 18+ Years of Age

Learn the basics or brush up on your English riding

and horsemanship skills. Major topics include safe

handling of the horse, proper grooming and readying

the horse for riding (tacking). Basic horse psychology

and equipment (tack) are also addressed.

An hour-long riding lesson will follow the groundwork.

Instruction stresses clear communication and

balanced position for the benefit of the horsehuman

partnership. Facility includes dust-free

indoor arena. Lessons, horses, and helmets are provided.

Students should provide their own boots with

a ½” heel. Maximum enrollment per class is four

students. Class will run under time due to efficiency

of groundwork with three or fewer students.

Instructor: Amy von Scholz has been an equestrian

competitor, teacher and United States Dressage

Federation “L” Judge spanning a thirty-year equestrian

career. She is currently the owner of Blue

Ribbon Farm and Academy located in Tivoli, NY.

Blue Ribbon Farm and Academy

175 Lasher Road

Tivoli, NY 12583

Begins: May 18, 2010

6 Tuesdays

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Fee: $160.00

SI 99286-1A An Introduction to Domestic Adoption

Adoption brings a positive ending to a challenging

situation and benefits everyone involved. This

course is designed for couples or individuals who

have thought about adopting or simply want to

learn more about the nuts-and-bolts of adopting

domestically. The course examines the most frequently

asked questions about adoption in New

York State such as pre-adoption qualification, the

differences between public and private agency adoptions,

the roles of agencies, biological parents and

adoptive parents, costs, legal issues, and finalization.

New York State allows adult couples and single persons

to adopt, regardless of their marital status or

sexual orientation. Students must pre-register for

this class. The only charge for this course is a $3.00

registration fee.

Instructor: Brendan C. O’Shea, J.D. is a partner at

Gleason, Dunn, Walsh & O’Shea Attorneys at Law

in Albany, NY. He specializes in adoption law and

related matters, and has made numerous lectures

and public appearances on the topic.

C-GCC - Room 136

Begins: July 15, 2010 only

1 Thursday

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Fee: Free

SI 99288-1A Solar Thermal Installation and Design Basics

Get your business or yourself a piece of the green

jobs revolution. Today’s solar hot water systems are

reliable, efficient and qualify for lucrative state and

federal tax credits. Adding a solar hot water system

design and installation capability can be a profitable

addition to your list of services or as a primary business.

This course is designed for HVAC, plumbing,

roofing and construction trades people, architects,

engineers, and those who have a specific interest in

solar thermal systems. The class includes a 45-

minute lunch break.

Instructors: Peter Skinner, PE, President, E2R and

Betsy Ferris Wyman, VP, SunDog Solar, Inc. have

extensive experience in the solar energy business in

the areas of design, engineering, sales, installation

and training.

C-GCC - Room 502

Begins: June 15, 2010

1 Tuesday & 1 Wednesday

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Fee: $397.00

SI 99289-1A Successfully Promoting Community Events

Reduce the chances of having to cancel wellplanned

events due to low registration. Tired of

sending out press releases that never make it to

print? Putting out hundreds of flyers and not receiving

any phone calls? Learn to define your event

audience, establish credibility with editors and

reporters, use multiple media outlets, and build on

your successes. Then explore techniques for designing

flyers, writing press releases, and utilizing internet

resources (like blogs) to effectively market your

organization’s community-based programs.

Instructor: Kelly Ann Radzik, M.Ed., is a youth

educator with over twelve years of experience in

promoting and implementing well-attended community

events. Ms. Radzik received the National

Communicator Award from the National

Association of Extension 4-H Agents in 2007.

C-GCC - Room 130

Begins: June 21, 2010

2 Mondays

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Fee: $ 50.00

NONCREDIT PROGRAM

OFF-CAMPUS CLASSES

FOR SUMMER 2010

(See inside for complete course information)

BLUE RIBBON FARM & ACADEMY

175 LASHER ROAD, TIVOLI, NY

SI 99283-1Z – Horseback Riding

(18+ years of age)

NONCREDIT SUMMER SEMESTER 2010

Week of May 3

Monday, May 31

July 2 through July 11

COLUMBIA-GREENE COMMUNIT Y COLLEGE

and ALL OFF-CAMPUS SITES

*NONCREDIT CLASSES BEGIN

Memorial Day

NO CLASSES – College Closed

NO CLASSES – College Closed

*Noncredit summer classes begin at various starting dates throughout May, June, July and August.

In the event of inclement weather, OR emergency closings, classes will be CANCELLED whenever

the facility where the class meets is closed. The classes held at the main College campus will be cancelled

ONLY if all evening classes at the campus are cancelled. Please listen to your local radio stations

WGY 810 AM, WFLY 92.3 FM, WYJB 95.5 FM, WRVE 99.5 FM, WRIP 97.9 FM) or watch your

local TELEVISION stations WRGB-CBS Channel 6, WTEN-ABC Channel 10, WNYT-NBC

Channel 13, or WXXA-FOX Channel 23 for details or call the Office of Community Services at (518)

828-4181, extension 3342. Classes will automatically be extended an additional week.

COUNTRYWOOL

59 SPRING ROAD, HUDSON, NY

AR 08885-1Z – A Spin to Knit Clinic –

Project # 1

AR 08886-1Z – A Spin to Knit Clinic –

Project # 2

AR 08892-1Z – A Spin to Knit Clinic –

Project # 3

AR 08893-1Z - A Spin to Knit Clinic –

Project # 4

AR 08894-1Z – Knit a Sweater Clinic –

Project # 1

AR 08897-1Z – Knit a Sweater Clinic –

Project # 2

AR 08898-1Z – Knit a Sweater Clinic –

Project # 3

AR 08899-1Z – Knit a Sweater Clinic –

Project # 4

YEAR ROUND YARNS,

3021 MAIN STREET,

(CORNER OF MAIN & CHURCH)

VALATIE, NY

AR 08826-1Z – Learn to Crochet

AR 08829–1Z – Beginning Knitting

AR 08863-1Z – Learn to Knit Socks on

Double Pointed Needles

AR 08890-1Z – Learn to Quilt

AR 16394-1Z – Make a Beaded Bracelet


N O N C R E D I T C O U R S E R E G I S T R AT I O N

C-GCC • SUMMER 2010 SCHEDULE • 19

Call (518) 828-4181, extension 3342 for more information.

Registration Advice

Most classes have enrollment limitations, so register

early to avoid disappointment. Registrations cannot

be accepted without payment.

In fairness to adult students, we reserve the right

to restrict the participation of younger students to

designated courses. Please direct any inquiries you

may have to the Community Services Office at

(518) 828-4181, ext. 3342.

The College DOES NOT confirm registrations.

You will only be contacted if there is a problem. (It

is important to include a telephone number with

your registration.) If you do not receive notification

to the contrary, you should attend the first class as

scheduled.

Some courses require additional books and supplies

not covered by the course fee. Additional fees

are as designated in the categories below:

Category A: Up to $10

Category B: $11 to $20

Category C: $21 to $30

Category D: $31 to $40+

Category *:

Depends on needs

Further information regarding additional materials,

including supply lists for some arts and crafts classes,

is available from the Community Services Office.

The policy of Columbia-Greene Community College is to take affirmative action

to provide equal opportunity in all of its activities for all qualified persons; to

prohibit discrimination; and to promote the full realization of equal opportunity.

This policy of non-discrimination applies to all persons without regard to

color, race, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability or sexual orientation in

all of Columbia-Greene Community College’s activities.

How to Register

BY PHONE:

Mastercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover

charges are accepted over the telephone. Please have

all charge and registration information on hand

when you call.

BY MAIL:

Complete the registration form in this Newsletter

and include a check or money order payable to

C-GCC. (You may also mail in a charge registration

using the charge coupon.) Mail registration forms

and payment to:

Community Services Office

Columbia-Greene Community College

4400 Route 23

Hudson, N.Y. 12534-0327

IN PERSON:

Tuition may be paid with cash, check, money order,

Mastercard, Visa, or American Express when you

come to the Community Services Office in Room

107 of the Main Building. Office hours are

Monday-Thursday, 8 am - 5 pm; Friday 8 am - 4 pm.

Closed Fridays from June 8 through August 10.

Refunds: Please Note

If the College cancels a course, your registration and

course fee will be refunded in full. If you wish to

withdraw from a course, you must request your

refund in writing before the class begins. No refunds

will be made after the first class meeting. (The registration

fee is not refundable.)

Cancellations

We reserve the right to cancel classes because of

insufficient registration or emergency situations. If

this occurs you will be notified by telephone. You

will be called only if the class has been cancelled or

a change has been made.

Students with disabilities seeking

accommodations must contact the

Office of Special Services prior to

enrolling in a noncredit course at

(518) 828-4181 ext. 3437 or

(518) 828-1399 (TTV). Office hours

are 9 am to 5 pm, Monday-Friday.

Thinking of teaching

a non-credit class?

Call the

COMMUNITY

SERVICES OFFICE

(518) 828-4181,

extension 3342

The College does NOT confirm registrations. You will ONLY be notified if there is a problem or if the course has been cancelled.

(It is important to include a telephone number with your registration.)

2010 Summer Semester

Community Services Program

Registration Coupon

Last Name First Name MI Social Security Number

❍ Male ❍ Female

Street Address/PO Box Date of Birth

- -

Columbia

Greene ❍ Other

City State Zip Code County of Residence

( ) ( )

Home Phone Business Phone

Registration

Number

RF $

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

❍ Cash ❍ Check ❍ Money Order

CREDIT CARD: ❍ Mastercard ❍ Visa

❍ AMEX ❍ Discover

PAYMENT INFORMATION: MAKE CHECKS AND MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO: Columbia-Greene Community College

Credit Card Expiration Authorization

Number Date Number

Name on Card Signature

❍ Same

COURSE INFORMATION:

Course Number Course Title Campus Room Day Time Begins Course Fee Office

RETURN TO: Community Services Program

Columbia-Greene Community College

4400 Route 23

Hudson NY 12534-0327

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Call 518-828-4181, ext. 3342

Subtotal

Registration Fee $3.00

TOTAL

2010 Summer Semester

Community Services Program

Registration Coupon

Last Name First Name MI Social Security Number

❍ Male ❍ Female

Street Address/PO Box Date of Birth

- -

Columbia

Greene ❍ Other

City State Zip Code County of Residence

( ) ( )

Home Phone Business Phone

Registration

Number

RF $

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

❍ Cash ❍ Check ❍ Money Order

CREDIT CARD: ❍ Mastercard ❍ Visa

❍ AMEX ❍ Discover

PAYMENT INFORMATION: MAKE CHECKS AND MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO: Columbia-Greene Community College

Credit Card Expiration Authorization

Number Date Number

Name on Card Signature

❍ Same

COURSE INFORMATION:

Course Number Course Title Campus Room Day Time Begins Course Fee Office

RETURN TO: Community Services Program

Columbia-Greene Community College

4400 Route 23

Hudson NY 12534-0327

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Call 518-828-4181, ext. 3342

Subtotal

Registration Fee $3.00

TOTAL


4400 Route 23

Hudson, New York 12534

(518) 828-4181

www.mycommunitycollege.com

TTY: (518) 828-1399

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C - G C C S U M M E R S P O RT S C A M P S • 2 0 10

BASEBALL

June 28 – July 2

9:00 am – 12 Noon

Ages 7-16, Boys

VOLLEYBALL

July 5 – July 9

9:00 am – 12 Noon

Ages 7-18, Co-ed

SOFTBALL

July 5 – July 9

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Ages 7-18, Girls

BASKETBALL

July 12 – July 16

9:00 am – 12 noon,

Ages 7-18, Co-ed

SOCCER

July 19 – July 23

9:00 am – 12 Noon

Ages 7-16, Co-ed

BOWLING

July 19 – July 23

9:00 am – 12 Noon

Ages 7-18, Co-ed

GOLF

July 26 – July 30

9:00 am – 12 Noon

Ages 7-18, Co-ed

FIELD HOCKEY

July 26 – July 30

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Ages 7-18, Girls

TENNIS

August 9 – August 13

9:00 am – 12 Noon

Ages 7-18, Co-ed

CAMP

COSTS:

$95 per child, per camp. Doctor’s physical exam, verification of medical

insurance and physical ability to participate in camps is required.

Additional information and/or application may be obtained from

the Athletics Department, Room 302, 828-4181, ext 3210.

REFUND

POLICY:

Full Refund: 14 days prior

to start date of camp

50% Refund: 7 days prior

to start date of camp

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