Courses

This course will build on the knowledge learned in Artisan Breads I. The focus will be on sourdough breads and the functions of bread making. Artisan Breads I is required before participating in Artisan Breads II. You will be able to take all recipes and finished products (20-30 loaves of bread) home.


March 13-15, 2023, 222 Artisan Bakery
April 10-12, 2023, 222 Artisan Bakery
If you already have knowledge of the beautiful Italian language, this course is designed for you. This class will review grammar and syntax in conjunction with readings in Italian.


This course contains no sessions
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Think drawing is a gift that must come naturally? Drawing is a skill that can be developed with practice. You will learn how to draw with proper techniques, discovering how to represent what you see through studies in contour drawing, perspective, positive/negative space and value.


April 13, 2023 to May 18, 2023, Online
Learn Italian in this beginning course that explores the fun and enjoyment of the language and culture.


February 1, 2023 to April 5, 2023, Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Do you want to learn the Spanish language? Beginning Spanish is the perfect place to start, as you will be introduced to the language, even if you have little to no knowledge of it!


March 2, 2023 to April 20, 2023, Peck Hall Room 2413
You will learn how to create and bake breads from around the world, including Brioche, Challah, Mediterraneanand many more! Artisan Breads I and II must be taken before participating in Breads of the World.


May 8-10, 2023, 222 Artisan Bakery
Tracing family history is a fascinating journey. Learn about the genealogy research process and the way to interpret information through hands-on examples that help you dig deeper into your family's past. Develop a strategy to accomplish your objectives, evaluate the results and share information with others. Make your family history come alive!


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Experience the benefits of early morning yoga as you stretch and strengthen your body, awaken and refresh your mind, and nourish your spirit. Our practice will focus on the synchronization of movement and breath.


February 4, 2023 to April 8, 2023, Offered as Online via Zoom and In-Person Options
April 22, 2023 to May 20, 2023, Offered as Online via Zoom and In-Person Options
Always wanted to take a photography class but felt intimidated by trying something new? Don't have a digital DSLR? That's okay in this class! Whether you are shooting with your digital DSLR, mirrorless/point and shoot digital camera, or phone, you will learn to take better pictures with what you already have.


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For those with some drawing experience, you will refine and expand your drawing and observation skills.


April 13, 2023 to May 18, 2023, Online
This course will be a continuation from the fall course. Pick up where the fall intermediate course left off and expand on your basic techniques and further enrich your guitar playing. Basic guitar playing experience is needed.


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Learn new skills, review some basics and play aloud in class. You will be able to bring your own pieces to play weekly, as well. Participants should have had at least a few years of piano lessons.


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Do you know some Spanish, but want to further your learning? Look no further than Intermediate Spanish!


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You will focus on mastering the basics of fingerspelling, numbers, colors, facial grammar and sentence structure. You will also learn conversational and cultural behaviors necessary to hold a beginning-level conversation in ASL with deaf or hearing-impaired users of the language.


February 16, 2023 to April 13, 2023, Peck Hall Room 2408
This course will cover the basics of bee keeping. Topics will include basic honey bee biology, how to start a colony, techniques for inspecting a colony, recognizing colony pests and diseases, and obtaining products from colonies. This course will conclude with a student-led inspection of a colony.


Saturday, May 20, 2023, Peck Hall Room 2406
This weekend intensive foundational class introduces you to traditional techniques in metalsmithing and jewelry making through the manipulation of copper and brass utilizing power tools and hand tools. You will learn sawing, piercing, surface manipulation, basic forming, and cold and hot fabrication methods (riveting, gas torch soldering).


February 11-18, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
April 22-29, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Learn the fundamentals of music theory while playing and applying those skills. Notes, rhythms, tempos and more will be taught. This is a great class if you've never touched a piano or if you played at one time and want a refresher course!


March 7, 2023 to May 16, 2023, Dunham Hall Room 2142
Restorative yoga is a powerfully gentle practice with exceptional benefits, such as the reduction of blood pressure and reduced risk of stroke or heart attack. Additionally, restorative yoga can help reset the body and relax the mind. Additionally, restorative yoga can help reset the body and relax the mind.


February 3, 2023 to April 7, 2023, Offered as Online via Zoom and In-Person Options
April 21, 2023 to May 19, 2023, Offered as Online via Zoom and In-Person Options
This course introduces the basic East Asian brushwork and tools used in traditional Chinese and Korean calligraphy. You will learn and practice the basic skills used in writing the Standard or Regular script in traditional Chinese calligraphy and Korean calligraphy.


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Breathing, like movement, is so fundamental to the human experience that we rarely even think about our breath. However, mindful movements and breath work, or intentional practices of breathing and moving, can deeply increase our quality of life.


February 2, 2023 to April 6, 2023, Online
April 20, 2023 to May 18, 2023, Online
This class is for the experienced beginner who is ready for a gentle challenge. In this class, instructor Louise Hamlin-Laird will begin with a gentle warm-up, transitioning into a flow that syncs our movement with our breath, and ending with a restorative pose to relax and stretch.


February 2, 2023 to April 6, 2023, Offered as Online via Zoom and In-Person Options
February 2, 2023 to June 15, 2023, Main Street Community Center
April 20, 2023 to May 18, 2023, Offered as Online via Zoom and In-Person Options
Join us and develop your beginner skills and techniques of playing classical guitar for students with no previous classical guitar playing experience.


This course contains no sessions
Learn how to develop skills and techniques for playing jazz and blues guitar. No previous playing experience needed.


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Miss Ruthie will teach you how to create this watercolor of a forest on the moon painting. Intermediate class, but still great for beginners. You will learn simple watercolor techniques and gain an understanding of watercolor and its properties.


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Do you ever wish you could take beautiful photographs like your friends? Or like what you see on social media? This course will help you learn the basic functions of your camera to create high quality images.


February 10, 2023 to March 24, 2023, SIUE Main Campus
This class is for any couple! Friends, neighbors, significant others, sisters, brothers, mother-daughter pairs...anyone you love! Each couple will create one half of a watercolor that can stand alone or be combined for a larger, side-by-side scene.


Friday, February 10, 2023, Macoupin Art Collective
Increase your learning through Educard! Educard allows anyone over the age of 16 to sit in on regular for-credit classes at SIUE for a reduced rate. While you do not gain credit for the courses, you can gain a whole new realm of knowledge in subjects that interest you most, from accounting to zoology. Join us and see what you can learn!


January 9, 2023 to May 12, 2023
Just in time for spring showers and events, learn how to make foolproof macarons with perfect shells and delicious fillings that are quick, easy and delicious!


Thursday, February 2, 2023, Online
Thursday, March 30, 2023, Online
It's a Rye Lover's Dream. We'll hit on 6 vastly different German Breads while also making Rolls. You will be able to take all recipes and finished products (20- 30 loaves of bread) home. All ingredients will be provided for the baking process. **Due to shortage in supplies, the fall 2022 courses advertised in the catalog are unable to be hosted. We are hoping to bring the courses back in the spring 2023 semester.


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If you already have knowledge of this beautiful language, this course is designed just for you. Join us as we continue our journey through learning the Italian language and delve deeper in grammar and syntax.


February 1, 2023 to April 5, 2023, Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Gain a general introduction to the art of crochet from home! You will apply various techniques using a variety of hook sizes, stitch types and yarn styles. You will complete an entire project over the length of the course!


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A simple look at classic Italian Bread Recipes. Such as Focaccia, Ciabatta, Fougasse as well as a couple pizza dough recipes. You will be able to take all recipes and finished products (20- 30 loaves of bread) home. All ingredients will be provided for the baking process.


April 17-19, 2023, 222 Artisan Bakery
May 1-3, 2023, 222 Artisan Bakery
SIUE's Intensive English Pathway (IEP) is a great resource for those who would like to strengthen their English skills and improve reading, writing, listening and/or speaking through interactive classes. This program offers affordable classes to English language learners in multiple skillsets.


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Health professionals work with many different people, and communication is key. This course will introduce you to the basic vocabulary, grammar and idiomatic expressions needed to communicate in Spanish in a health professional context.


February 20, 2023 to March 27, 2023, Peck Hall Room 2413
Join us to learn how to make a stained glass sun catcher. You will learn how to cut glass, how to use the stained glass grinder, how to use copper foil tape to wrap each piece. Then you will learn how to use the soldering iron to combine all of the pieces together. At the end of the class you will leave with one sun catcher.


Friday, February 10, 2023, Macoupin Art Collective
Friday, February 17, 2023, Macoupin Art Collective
Saturday, March 18, 2023, Macoupin Art Collective
Saturday, April 15, 2023, Macoupin Art Collective
If you have inherited a stamp collection, are thinking about starting a collection or are a current collector who considers themselves a novice, this course is for you! We will partake in a high-level overview and discussion for a topical collector, sharing tools of the trade, resources and various philatelic material you can use to enhance your collection.


Thursday, March 2, 2023, Online
Thursday, April 6, 2023, Online
We will push the envelope that Artisan 1 & 2 have put in front of us. Exploring different Prefermented doughs and their flavor profiles as well as examining different Grains Fermentation in our Preferments. Prerequisite: Artisan Breads I and II must be taken before taking this course.


May 15-17, 2023, 222 Artisan Bakery
You will develop the skills and techniques for playing American roots music (country, bluegrass, blues and folk) on the guitar. You will need to have a basic understanding of chords on the guitar to participate in this course and will need to have access to an acoustic guitar.


February 2, 2023 to May 18, 2023, Founders Hall Room 2407
People are generally stressed in daily life. Conscious and unconscious anxiety is pervasive. The goal of this class is to make you feel empowered, rejuvenated, and recentered with therapeutic tools to maintain wellness. You will learn relaxation techniques for stress reduction and anxiety management.


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Learn the fundamentals of basic cake-decorating tools and essential skills for beginners while developing your own technique for learning, applying and completing a frosted cake. You will master how to properly handle tools, fill icing bags, prepare your area for decorating, trim and layer a two-layer round cake, and decorate it.


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You will learn how to utilize Color Theory, Composition and Painting Techniques to create works in Acrylic paint. We will facilitate quick, lecture-style, explanations of these fundamental painting elements as you work. This will help you improve your knowledge in art and technical skills.


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Drawing the human form is one the most difficult subjects for an artist. In this course, you will be introduced to the study of the human figure, from a model in a studio environment. You will study gesture, anatomy, line, shape, form, value, foreshortening, and composition.


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You will learn how to utilize Color Theory, Composition and Painting Techniques to create works in Watercolor. We will facilitate quick, lecture-style, explanations of these fundamental painting elements as you work. This will help you improve your knowledge in art and technical skills.


March 7, 2023 to April 11, 2023, SIUE Main Campus
A visual arts course, which will focus on using the loose and exciting medium of watercolor to paint different types of trees, plants, leafs and flowers. Beginners or intermediate students are welcome, and will be encouraged to investigate imagery which most interests them.


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Expand your jewelry designs by including stones, enamels, or found objects into your work with cold or hot setting techniques. This course will explore methods for utilizing bezels, tabs, and rivets for securing cabochons (flat backed stones), enameled work, or alternative materials.


February 12-19, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
In this ceramic art studio course, you will be introduced to essential clay handbuilding techniques: pinch, coil, slab, and one-piece molds/stamps. Designed for all skill levels, you can pursue various representational, abstract, large-scale, and/or functional objects. You will engage in additional aspects of the ceramic process such as: glazing, kiln-loading/unloading, and mixed-media/cold finishes.


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In this ceramic art studio course, you will be introduced to essential ceramic wheelthrowing techniques: centering, throwing, altering, trimming, and functional attachments. Designed for all skill levels, you can pursue various functional pottery forms such as cups, bowls, plates, jars, teapots, and pitchers.


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This course is ideal for those who have taken the introductory level courses or who have previous knowledge of the language and wish to develop better conversational skills. The course focuses on live conversations in class and includes written exercises and audios, for homework.


February 2, 2023 to March 23, 2023, Online
This course allows students to complete the beginner's level and is also an introduction to advanced level concepts. As with the previous course, this focuses on live in-class conversations, while students continue to build vocabulary and grammar skills by working on written exercises and audios, for homework.


March 30, 2023 to May 18, 2023, Online
Join us as we learn how to navigate conversations in Spanish, order food and drink while traveling and learn the basics of the language. This course is perfect for those with no Spanish knowledge and will allow you to learn those key terms necessary for traveling abroad. No textbook is required.


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The Beginners 1 course is perfect for those who have already taken the Intro level course or have some previous knowledge of the language. From the beginning, you will be immersed in engaging linguistic and socio-cultural experiences that will give you the confidence to find your own identity as members of the worldwide community of Spanish speakers.


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Miss Ruthie will teach you how to create this ceramic footed pot. You will learn simple hand-building, paddling, and underglaze techniques, how to use a variety of clay tools, and gain an understanding of clay and its properties. You will make one planter/pot in class, and will decorate and glaze that night to be ready for a once-fire.


Friday, May 5, 2023, Macoupin Art Collective
Explore surface design through texture. This course will specifically focus on the use of texture through etching, roll printing, or additive features. You determine your project goal and utilize demonstrated techniques to bring their vision to a tangible object.


April 23-30, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
The entire world is becoming more interconnected as the result of the propagation of media technologies. As Earth has become a global village, it is essential to furnish knowledge of different cultures. Join us as we enhance cultural competence by providing a brief overview of Chinese culture. Language, cuisines, holidays, art, geography, history, philosophies, traditions and religions will all be highlighted.


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Want to try a science demonstration with your family? We will feature five different activities that focus on STEM concepts for you to try with some of the kids in your life. Bring your science enthusiasts to this STEAM day and learn some fun experiments you can replicate at home! This event is intended for adults and kids ages K-4th grade.


Saturday, March 4, 2023, SIUE Main Campus
Open studio hours allow you to work on metalsmithing projects independently. An instructor will be available to answer questions as needed. You may sign up for one night or all available nights. You will have access to the metalsmithing studio but must provide your own basic kit and metal materials.


Friday, February 17, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Friday, March 10, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Friday, April 21, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Friday, May 12, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Join us as we explore the Bible and learn about religion with a minister who has more than 40 years of knowledge and experience. No matter your religion or level of knowledge about the Bible, you are welcome to join us. There is no obligation to join a religion.


February 9, 2023 to May 11, 2023, Online
You will develop chords and strumming techniques on the guitar. You will learn how to play basic chords, strummingpatterns and songs.


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Wood River Refinery began operation in 1918 and has grown into one of the largest refineries in the U.S., continuously supplying the metro St. Louis area and beyond with petroleum products. Along the way WRR has been the site of many industry innovations. Join us on a journey through history and the contributions WRR has made to society.


Tuesday, April 11, 2023, East Alton Public Library
This weekend open studio is designed to allow you to work on metalsmithing projects independently. An instructor will be available to answer questions and assist as needed. You will have access to the metalsmithing studio but must provide your own basic kit and metal materials.


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We all have learned and practiced daily hygiene routines to take care of our physical health, but little has been addressed for caring for our everyday mental well-being. It is time to catch up and learn how to nurture mental health, spirit, and social relationships.


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Create volume in your work through three-dimensional fabrication of sheet metal. You will advance your soldering and fabrication skills through creating hollow forms utilizing sheet metal that can transform into rings, pins, pendants, beads, or boxes.


May 13-20, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Whether you are a first-time home-buyer or a multi-time home-buyer, this course is for you! Jen and Jean will coach you from beginning to end. This is a comprehensive course that covers the financing, home search, offers, inspections, issues, and closing. Be the best buyer you can be in this competitive home market.


Saturday, March 11, 2023, New American Funding
For those who already have some experience using acrylic paints, we will focus on learning new techniques, observational skills and painting styles. As you move through this course, we will also facilitate projects of your interest and give you helpful feedback to improve your painting skills.


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Continue your exploration with glass on metal. Demonstrations will include advanced applications and techniques in enamels.


March 12-19, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Continue your learning of American Sign Language in a continuation of our introduction course. In this course, you will develop basic receptive and expressive skills including fingerspelling, vocabulary, grammar, syntax and classifiers. In addition, you will continue to be introduced to aspects of American Deaf Culture.


April 5, 2023 to May 31, 2023, Peck Hall Room 2413
The application of powdered glass on metal is an ancient technique that can transform the surface and color of your work. This course will introduce you to the vast world of enameling. You will learn how to prepare metal surfaces to accept enamel, kiln fire and torch fire techniques, and sample a variety of enamel application methods.


March 11-18, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Join us for a hands on introduction to traditional glassblowing techniques. Included in your time spent with us will be a one-on-one experience with the instructor, scheduled at the participants' convenience, to execute a decorative or functional piece suitable for display.


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Join us for a weekend intensive hands on introduction to traditional glassblowing techniques. Included in your time spent with us will be a one-on-one experience with the instructor, during the weekend, to execute a decorative or functional piece suitable for display.


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Ever wanted to learn to golf? Want to take your love of golf to the next level? This course is a great refresher for the recreational player or a must for new golfers. Join us to learn the game in a mixed group setting. Let our PGA Professionals and TPI Certified Fitness Trainers work with you on being better-physically and mentally-for the course.


March 25, 2023 to April 22, 2023, Sunset Hills Country Club
You will learn to develop music theory skills and techniques for the guitar. You will learn the theory of scales, harmony and melody on the guitar. You will need some previous guitar playing experience.


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Ever wondered why James Bond is the most recognized fictional character in history? This fun, five week course will attempt to answer that and many other Bond related questions. Whether Bond 'shakes' or 'stirs' you, this accessible course will explore the history behind Bond, the overt and covert messages and meanings found in the movies, and provide a deeper sense of Bond's 60+ year influence on culture.


February 13, 2023 to March 13, 2023, Online
April 3, 2023 to May 1, 2023, Online
A visual arts course, which will focus on bringing landscapes to life through paint. You will be encouraged to use both acrylics and watercolors to create a variety of landscapes. We will facilitate explanations of fundamental painting elements as you work, as well as give some examples of different styles used in history to paint the great outdoors.


March 7, 2023 to April 11, 2023, SIUE Main Campus
Selling a home is more than just preparing it for showings.To make it to the closing table with the maximum profit possible, you need to be prepared for the home-selling process. Jen and Jean will teach you how to prepare you home for market, negotiate the best offer, navigate inspections, and weather bumps in the road that come up during the home-selling process.


March 7-14, 2023, New American Funding
Join us as we explore the world of astronomy through the eyes of SIUE's Dr. Tom Foster. You will learn the about the various aspects of astronomy, including how to look at a night sky and know what you see. Dr. Foster will walk us through the world of astronomy and point out how to observe the sky around us.


Thursday, March 9, 2023, East Alton Public Library
Join Ms. Ruthie and paint along with Mr. Bob! This is a fun class for all skill levels. You will be working with oil paints, brushes and turpenoid to clean your brushes.


Friday, February 17, 2023, Macoupin Art Collective
Friday, May 12, 2023, Macoupin Art Collective
Miss Ruthie will teach you how to hand-build ceramic Christmas tree luminaries. You will learn simple hand-building techniques, how to use a variety of clay tools, and gain an understanding of clay and its properties.


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This course is a continuation of Beginner I-You will learn more theory, some music history, play slightly more advanced songs, and build on your techniques.


March 7, 2023 to May 16, 2023, Dunham Hall Room 2142
The US Radiological Weapons program was a top-priority research and development program by the United States military during the Cold War, however little was known about this program until a few years ago. To test the viability of radiological weapons, the US Army planned large-scale human subject experiments.


Wednesday, March 15, 2023, OFallon Public Library
Learn to develop your own skills and techniques for sight-reading on the guitar. You will focus on the ability to read notes and rhythms for sheet music and on the guitar. You will need some previous guitar playing experience.


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Do you see yourself in your next home before the summer ends? If so, NOW is the time to start preparing! The Spring Market Early Bird gets the worm, so do your "home"work now! Jen and Jean will teach you everything you need to know to find the right home, save for your purchase, obtain the right financing, and write a winning contract.


Wednesday, February 15, 2023, New American Funding
If you want to maximize your sales price, you have to put on your buyer goggles. Smart home sellers know that buyers aren't looking for fixtures dipped in gold or hand-carved staircases. Successful home sellers consult with real estate agents so they make the improvements that matter.


Monday, February 6, 2023, New American Funding
Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga in which poses are performed while seated and with the aid of a chair. This yoga is suitable for all levels of abilities; standing is optional. It is an excellent class for beginners, seniors, individuals with recent injuries, balance or coordination issues, limited mobility and disabilities, and those who have difficulty or do not want to get up and down on the floor.


February 6, 2023 to April 10, 2023, Offered as Online via Zoom and In-Person Options
February 8, 2023 to April 12, 2023, East Alton Public Library
This will be a continuation of our Spanish for Healthcare Professionals I course. In order to be successful in this course, it is highly recommended that you take part 1, and/or, have basic understanding of Spanish. This is a continuation of the proper and best use of basic Spanish under the most common situations in the health field.


April 10, 2023 to May 15, 2023, SIUE Main Campus
This presentation explores St. Louis's incredibly rich history of women writers, playwrights, poets, and even a muse or two. Discover the historical context of their lives and work while gaining a historical context for the lives they led, and learn about several women whose work has been lost to popular history but whose genius and unbelievable life stories will astound you.


Wednesday, March 15, 2023, SIUE Main Campus
While creating custom stacker rings, you will learn ring forming with heavy stock sterling silver and brass wire, soldering with a gas torch, stone setting in calibrated bezels, and exploring surface finishes to personalize your rings.


Friday, February 10, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Friday, March 17, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Friday, April 28, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Friday, May 19, 2023, Art & Design East Room 1209
Ready to sell your home this year? Staging makes all the difference and has proven to get sellers more money. What are some tricks of the trade? Join Jen Teske and Jean Lewis to learn what you can do to showcase your space and ensure top dollar when selling your home.


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An ancient Chinese system of ballet-like calisthenics that stresses slow breathing, balanced and relaxed postures, and absolute calmness of mind. Like isometrics, it requires no barbells, medicine balls or other equipment; no special costume; and no special place for its practice.


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In the wake of a pandemic, we have all changed. We have experienced collective grief with the change in our schedules, felt spikes in anxiety, and even the passing of loved ones. Learn how to use different outlets to express these feelings such as photography, creative writing, spoken word poetry, drawing, painting, and collage. We will dive in and try a few, and discuss other avenues that can be practiced afterwards in your own time.


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Are you looking to change things up? Have you always been intrigued by the real estate industry? Real estate is a great career and REALTORŪ Jean Lewis is excited to share what she knows about getting started in real estate and building a rewarding career.


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Queer history hasn't just taken place in New York and California. The Gateway City has a fascinating, complex, and inspirational LGBTQIA+ past of its own. Ranging across centuries, this presentation highlights some of the pivotal moments that shaped the diverse LGBTQIA+ communities of today's St. Louis.


Thursday, May 4, 2023, Edwardsville Public Library
Take a deeper look at places in the St. Louis area that have known connections to Americans-from the mound builders to the fur trade and beyond-through maps and images found within the Missouri Historical Society Collections.


Thursday, February 23, 2023, Missouri History Museum
Access to healthy food among BIPOC and communities affected by poverty is limited and efforts to address disparities in food access has been challenging. We will discuss opportunities for collaboration in growing sustainable communities around food and agriculture.


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