WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES 

Check out our selection of Community Education courses. These classes are open to everyone in the community, and they do not count for college credit. 

If you have questions about a course or trouble registering please call our office at 316-978-3731.

Location Key: 

HMC • Hughes Metropolitan Complex • 5015 E. 29th St. North, Wichita, KS 67220
RCR •  Reverie Coffee Roasters • 2206 E. Douglas Ave., Wichita, KS 67214
WEST • WSU West Campus • 3801 N. Walker Ave, Maize, KS 67101
MCA • Maize Career Academy • 11700 W 45th St N, Maize, KS 67101
NICT • Nourish ICT • 2516 E Central Ave., Wichita, KS 67214
 

Class Cancellation Policy: We will refund 100% of your registration fee if the class you wish to take is full or if the class is canceled. A student who withdraws a minimum of 24 hours prior to the first class will receive a registration refund less 15%. Failure to attend class does not constitute withdrawal. All withdrawals must be received in writing and postmarked prior to the first class meeting. No refunds will be issued after the first class meeting.

Trip Cancellation Policy: A 15% administrative fee will be assessed on all cancellations received more than 7 days prior to departure. NO REFUNDS will be issued within 6 days of trip departure.

COVID NOTICE: COVID-19 is a complex, challenging, and fluid situation which continues to evolve rapidly. All information on these pages is subject to change as deemed necessary by University leadership in accordance with guidance and recommendations issued by federal, state, and local public health and government officials.

Upcoming Courses

Courses

Starting with the basics for those who have thought about using or recently started using Adobe Photoshop and need help. Learn the tools, layering, color correction, retouching and restoring old photos, remove the unwanted and finalizing images.   

Instructor:
Brian Duram, Duram Photography


This course contains no sessions
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Learn how to use your air fryer to make a delicious restaurant-style meal. (You will need an air fryer for this class.) 

Instructor:
Cara Poole, Maize Career Academy Culinary Instructor


Click HERE to Register for the Air Fryer Cuisine Class on: Wednesday, November 2, 2022, Maize Career Academy
Beekeeping is a satisfying hobby that has many potential outcomes. Class study will provide the opportunity to become acquainted with the structure of a bee hive. To become a successful beekeeper, one must know the essential tools of operation and understand the correct terminology that applies to the hive structure, the bees and the beekeeper himself. Students will gain an understanding of the importance of the honeybee to our lifestyles and survival as well as gain an appreciation of this insect's work ethic and team work used for their colony to survive

Instructor:
Jim & Sharon Rowan, Rowan's Honey Shop


This course contains no sessions
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Are you ready to play bridge? We will have you playing this fascinating and captivating card game right away. Novice players will be introduced to the basic mechanics of how to bid and play bridge in guidance with the American Contract Bridge League rules. These guidelines will allow students to play socially or in duplicate bridge games. Cost includes textbook.

Instructor:
Mary Beck, Instructor of Bridge


This course contains no sessions
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Learn how to make your dollar stretch in the grocery store while still cooking wholesome, quick meals at home. 

Instructor:
Cara Poole, Maize Career Academy


Click HERE to Register for Cooking on a Budget on Wednesday, October 5, 2022, Maize Career Academy
This one-session workshop is an opportunity to get feedback on your short stories, novel chapters, memoir pages and other work. Receiving honest critique from real readers, led by a professional author and editor, is one of the best ways to grow as a writer. IMPORTANT: Your work must be submitted to the instructor by September 20, prior to the workshop on Oct. 1. *You are NOT required to submit to the workshop in order to attend. You're welcome to simply read and give feedback.

Instructor:
Laurie Dove, Author, Editor and Writing Coach


This course contains no sessions
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Whether you're eating at home, dining out, or having dinner with friends, good table manners for kids are an important part of every meal. From using their utensils properly to waiting until everyone has been served, kids will learn how to be respectful at the table. (Meal will be served. Kids are encouraged to dress business casual.)

What are the issues to consider in planning an Estate or preparing for long-term care? How does one avoid probate? How do you pay for long-term care, especially when filing for Medicaid assistance? This class will discuss the issues and strategies one should consider to protect themselves and their loved ones.

Learn to create unique, personalized, one-of-a-kind floral arrangements that will add color and pizazz to your home décor. Each week you will make one new arrangement using a variety of fresh and silk materials. Week 1: you will create beautiful vase arrangements. Week 2: you will create container arrangements with floral foam. Week 3: you will work with silk flowers. Week 4: you will use silk or fresh flowers to create a wreath or swag.  A supply list will be provided each week. 

Instructor:
Tisha Tucker, Perfect Petals


This course contains no sessions
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Fly Fishing Casting is a course to learn more about the art of casting a fly rod. This course will cover the basic casts needed to get started in the sport. Topics covered during this course will include the skills and casting principles needed to become proficient with the overhead and roll casts. Students will receive hands on instruction on these casts. The course will provide the equipment you will need.

Instructor:
Ryan Allred, Education Chairman, Flatland Fly Fishers Club


Click Here to Register for Fly Fishing: Casting on October 11, 2022 to November 15, 2022, WSU Hughes Metropolitan Complex
The Basics fly fishing course is for the beginner, as well as the intermediate, interested in learning more about fly fishing. This is a lecture based course that will cover all aspects of the sport, from the history to the equipment needed to get started in the sport. Students will receive information about how to buy their first fly rod and reel. Participants will also get hands on training on how to tie knots used while on the water as well as how to rig a fly rod for fishing different types of flies. Other topics covered during this course will include: gear, fly lines, entomology, reading water, conservation and etiquette. Focus is more around trout fishing, but will also cover some warm water. All equipment will be provided.

Instructor:
Ryan Allred, Education Chairman, Flatland Fly Fishers Club


Click Here to Register for Fly Fishing: The Basics on October 10, 2022 to November 21, 2022, WSU Hughes Metropolitan Complex
The introduction to fly tying course is for the people interested in learning to tie their own flies. This course will go over the tools and materials used. It will cover the basic tying technique needed to get started and become proficient in tying. Topics covered during this course will include both wet and dry flies for both warm and cold water fish. The course will provide fly tying vices and tools for those that need tying equipment. The course will provide all the materials you will need.

Instructor:
Ryan Allred, Education Chairman, Flatland Fly Fishers Club


Click Here to Register for Fly Tying Introduction on October 12, 2022 to November 16, 2022, WSU Hughes Metropolitan Complex
WSU wine educator and sommelier, Guy Bower, presents a two-class series. Class 1: This class will focus on white wine and the foods that are enhanced by them. You will taste several different white wines and pair the with small bites selected by Guy. From bone dry high acid whites to soft plush off-dry wines, we will explore the effects of different grape varieties, winemaker technique, the use of oak and how they work in concert to form an agreeable pairing. Class 2: Like the white class but focusing on noble red grapes that make red wine perfect for an array of food items. From rich savory reds with integrated oak nuance, to soft plush red blends we will taste and explore to find the perfect match. *Must be 21+ to register*

Instructor:
Guy Bower, Level-1 Sommelier, Host of The Good Life radio program on KNSS, Founding Chairman, Wichita Chapter of the American Institute of Wine & Food


This course contains no sessions
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This 12-week course will teach "survival" French for travelers in French speaking countries. Students will learn handy phrases to use when greeting people, ordering a meal, shopping, or asking directions. They will also learn about French culture. No prior knowledge of French necessary. A textbook will be provided for this course.

Instructor:
Sirana Jamkartanian, French Instructor, Wichita State University


This course contains no sessions
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This 12-week course will teach "survival" German for travelers in German speaking countries. Students will learn handy phrases to use when greeting people, ordering a meal, shopping, or asking directions. They will also learn about German culture. No prior knowledge of German necessary. A textbook will be provided for this course.

Instructor:
Refika Sarionder, German Instructor, Wichita State University


This course contains no sessions
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Do the warm, happy thoughts of the up-coming holidays get your excited?.until you think of all the organizing and planning that needs to be done? This class will teach you the basics of organizing techniques that you can use for the holidays or anytime!  You will also learn specific tips and ideas to help make your holiday season a bit more enjoyable and stress free.

Instructor:
Kirsten Awe, Rightsize Moving Solutions


Click HERE to register for Get Organized for the Holidays and Beyond on Tuesday, November 1, 2022, WSU Hughes Metropolitan Complex
Explore the birthplace of Wichita by touring the vicinity of the Little Arkansas.  Back in 1868, 9th and Waco was Wichita's downtown and the early heart of the community.  In the 1800s, its streetscape transitioned from log cabins and dugouts to Victorian homes covered in gingerbread detail.  In the twentieth century, the area has featured some of Wichita's fashionable residences and recreation along the little Arkansas.  Today it includes businesses that serve a range of ethnic and immigrant groups.  Join us as we explore Wichita's story through this rich and historic part of the city.

Instructor:
Dr. Jay Price, Chair & Professor, Department of History, Wichita State University


Register HERE for the Historic Walking Tour of Waco and Murdock on Saturday, October 22, 2022
Learn all about the steps involved to buy a home! In this course, we will go over the process from start to finish and cover information about the Wichita market. Topics will include searching for a home, getting the right loan, down payments and closing costs, going through the home inspection process, title work, appraisals, and getting to the closing table. Only register for one date as both classes are the same. 

Instructor:
Tayrn Taylor, Individual Associate, Bobbie Lane Real Estate Group


Click HERE to register for Homebuying 101 on Saturday, October 22, 2022, WSU Hughes Metropolitan Complex
Have you ever looked at a work of art and wondered how it was made? What materials and techniques were involved in the creation of great works? Where artists got their paints, pastels, pencils and inks before Amazon? When we know what artists endure to create a work our understanding and appreciation for the art- and the artist- is enhanced. We'll look at great paintings, drawings and prints through time, from cave paintings to today's art, and discuss how they were and are made. Come discover how Vermeer and others obtained, made and painted with that beautiful ultramarine blue.

Instructor:
Dan Kirchhefer, Artist, Professor Emeritus, Emporia State University


This course contains no sessions
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Do you have a passion for food? Do you enjoy writing or posting on social media? What if you could combine those two things into one? Join local food blogger, Wichita by E.B., for an up-close look at how you can use social media platforms to create your very own food blog. This 3-week course will teach you the basics of food blogging, how to set up an account, creating engaging content, and tips that he has learned over his 10+ years as a blogger. The final session will take place at a restaurant where you put everything you learned into action. A finals where you get to eat and take pictures? That's right! By the end of the class, you'll have your very own food blog.  Be sure to sign up quickly, the class is limited to 40 participants.

Instructor:
Eddy, Wichita by E.B.


This course contains no sessions
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Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but simply find it difficult to find the time?  In just a few hours you can learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you won't have to take private lessons to do it.  This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get you playing along with your favorite songs right away.  Since this class is being held online with ZOOM, you will be able to sit at home with your guitar and take this class without any pressure at all.   And since the class includes an online book and online follow-up video lessons, you will be able to continue your practice and study on your own.  An optional periodic online question and answer session is also included.   A recording of the class is included as well.  Class limited to 15 students.  For ages 13+.  

Instructor:
Craig Coffman, Chords are Key, President - Seminar Instructor


Click HERE to Register for Instant Guitar for Hopelessly Busy People on Wednesday, November 2, 2022, Online - Zoom
In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment.  Learn to play piano the way professionals do-using chords.  Since this class is being held online with ZOOM you will be able to sit at your piano or keyboard at home and take this course with no pressure at all.  And since this course includes an online book and online follow up video lessons, you will be able to continue your practice and study on your own.  An optional periodic online question and answer session is also included.    A recording of the class is included as well.   The course is partly lecture/demonstration and partly hands on instruction. 

Instructor:
Craig Coffman, Chords are Key, President - Seminar Instructor


Click HERE to register for Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People on Tuesday, November 1, 2022, Online - Zoom
Do you have a passion for voiceovers? Want to earn income using your talents from the comfort of your home? Explore the fun, rewarding possibilities of the growing remote voiceover industry! Discover the current trends in the industry and how easy and affordable it can be to learn, set up and work from home. You'll learn about different types of voiceovers and tools you'll need to find success. Your instructor, a professional voice actor from Voices For All, will take notes as you read a real script in this one-on-one video chat setting, and offer some coaching to improve your delivery. You'll receive a professional voiceover evaluation later in a follow up call. One-time, 90-minute, introductory class. 

Upon registration, you will be contacted by VFA to schedule your class for a day and time of your convenience.

Instructor:
Instructor for each student will vary depending on student's availability


Click HERE to register for Intro to Voiceovers: Getting Started in Voice Acting August 15, 2022 to December 1, 2022, Online - Zoom
Learn the basic functionality of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook in this overview course. You will learn how to create, edit and format documents using Microsoft Word. You will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in class as you work with tables, document styles and layout pages. You will also learn how to utilize Microsoft Excel at home and at work. In this session, you will learn how to enter, navigate, modify, move, copy, format and print data. You will then use this new knowledge to create images, charts and diagrams. You will learn how to create and edit slides, use drawing tools, clip art, charts and graphs, while adding transitions, animation and sound using Microsoft PowerPoint. The class will conclude with a presentation on Microsoft Outlook. In this session, you will learn how to set up and manage email, calendars and contacts in Outlook. Cost includes text.

Instructors:
Jeremy Webster, Media Resources Center, Wichita State University


This course contains no sessions
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Single Malt Scotch is one of the fastest growing drinks in the global spirits industry. This isn't your grandfather's drink-Scotch is a spirit for adults of all ages, backgrounds and tastes! Whether you are new to the world of whisky or a seasoned enthusiast, this class will be an exciting exploration of Scotland's national drink. This two-week class includes a brief history of Scotch whisky, an exploration of the whisky regions of Scotland and an overview of the Scotch production process. You'll learn how to taste Scotch and will sample five different Single Malt Scotches from various whisky regions. Six lucky winners will go home with a Glencairn glass-the official tasting glass for Scotch! This class is perfect as a solo event or a date night with your significant other!

You must be at least 21 years of age to enroll. 

Instructor:
Whether you are a coffee novice, enthusiast or budding barista, this class is for you. Join local coffee aficionado, Andrew Gough as we explore all things coffee! This four week class includes: Introduction to Specialty Coffee - the history of coffee and a tour of the Reverie Café and roasting plant; Coffee: Art and Science - coffee extraction, origins and brewing; Coffee Shop Etiquette - roasting and roasts, café ordering and experience; and Home Brewing Made Easy - essentials of great coffee at home, grinder, coffee and water (and patience), pairing food and coffee and entertaining with coffee. Students will sample and taste a variety of coffees/espressos each week.

Instructor:
Andrew Gough, Reverie Coffee Roasters


Click HERE to Register for Introduction to Specialty Coffee on October 15, 2022 to November 5, 2022, Reverie Coffee Roaster
This 12-week course will teach "survival" Italian for travelers in Italian speaking countries. Students will learn handy phrases to use when greeting people, ordering a meal, shopping, or asking directions. They will also learn about Italian culture. No prior knowledge of Italian necessary. A textbook will be provided for this course.

Instructor:
Gina Austin, Instructor of Italian


This course contains no sessions
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Living Well with Parkinson's is designed for the person living with Parkinson's disease, their caregiver and/or family. A variety of topics will be discussed such as nutrition, medication management, cognition and fitness. Join us to learn how to live your best life with Parkinson's disease. 

Instructor:
Shana Gatschet, Occupational Therapist, Club Parkinson's co-founder; Connie Urbanek, Physical Therapist Assistant


This course contains no sessions
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Become a detective for an evening as Murder in the Mine presents, "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause". We'll go 650 feet underground for an interactive murder mystery dinner theater at the Strataca Salt Mines in Hutchinson, Kansas. Find out who's naughty or nice and help our Santa save Christmas. 

Registration deadline is September 30. 

Facilitator:

Beccy Tanner, Adjunct Instructor, Department of History, Wichita State University


This course contains no sessions
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Regardless of your age, it's never too early or too late to learn the strategies you need to know to plan for retirement. Topics that will be covered include financial strategies, legal documents (wills, probate, revocable and non-revocable trusts, medical directives, durable powers of attorney and do not-resuscitate orders) and medical expense planning (Medicare, Medigap, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, VA Benefits and long-term care).

Instructor:
Dr. Stana Martin, Mrs. LTC; Ken Dannenberg; Brian Jansen


Click HERE to Register for Navigating to 90 & Beyond on Saturday, October 22, 2022, WSU Hughes Metropolitan Complex
Nordic walking is a simple enhancement of normal walking, while adding the upper-body, much like a cross-country skier with walking poles. The poles remain behind the body and are used to engage several upper body muscles to create a full body workout. Nordic walking has been popular for many years in Europe. This class is designed as an introductory class to anyone interested in increasing their fitness level. Ages 18+ are encouraged to attend. 

*Walking poles are available for use during class.  

Instructor:
Connie Urbanek, Physical Therapist Assistant


This course contains no sessions
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Join The Wichita Eagle's Denise Neil for a virtual cooking class where she and other class attendees will share and cook together their No. 1 favorite recipes -- the ones that always work, that always impress guests, that cause everyone they know to beg for the recipes. Denise will prepare the recipes from home via Zoom, and class members will join in for fun and conversation. The last class will be in person at Denise's house.

Instructor:
Denise Neil, Restaurant & Entertainment Writer, Wichita Eagle


This course contains no sessions
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Come take a trip to Ponca City, Oklahoma. This northern town is bursting with fascinating stories and individuals. Our first stop will be Turtle's Donut Shoppe, where happiness comes in the shape of a donut. After satisfying our sweet tooth, we'll head to The Marland Grand Home, the restored home of oil tycoon and Oklahoma's 10th Governor, E.W. Marland. We'll stroll through 16,500 sq ft of restored suites and exhibits, including the American Indian Museum, a Wild West showroom, the Marland Family Museum, Horse and Hounds Landing, and Marland's Oil Office. After our tour, we'll head into town to do some shopping and grab snacks on Grand Avenue. We'll stop to view the Poncan Theatre, as well as Ponca City Hall. Then we'll head to E.W. Marland Mansion. Explore the stunning estate and learn of the family's tumultuous history. We'll then head to the Conoco Museum to learn more about Marland's business legacy and his company's past and current global influence. We'll conclude the day with dinner at the Rusty Barrell Supper Club.

Facilitator:

Beccy Tanner, Adjunct Instructor, Department of History, Wichita State University


Click HERE to register for Palace on the Prairie: The Fascinating History of E.W. Marland Trip on Saturday, November 12, 2022
Learn the basic functions of your camera, the reasons for using different settings and how to compose for the best images. For those with a point and shoot, bridge or DSLR camera. Please bring your camera to every class. You will also need a pen and notebook or voice recorder.

Join us for a historic look at some of Southeast Kansas' most infamous mining landmarks. Our day begins with breakfast at the historic Beaumont Hotel. After breakfast, we continue southeast to the town of West Mineral where we will visit the Big Brutus visitor center and mining museum. It's then on to see the Miners Memorial, a tribute to the work and lives of the coal miners in the Weir-Pittsburg Coal Field. We will pick up boxed lunches and enjoy them at the park. Our next stop will be the Miners Hall Museum in Franklin, KS. The Museum is home to hundreds of mining artifacts, a mining library and research area, as well as quarterly exhibits and programs. It is also the site of the nationally known Amazon Army March. On our final stop of this trip, you can reward your taste buds while dining at Chicken Mary's, fried chicken experts.

Facilitator:

Beccy Tanner, Adjunct Instructor, Department of History, Wichita State University


Click HERE to register for the Progress, Prosperity & Coal: Mining of Southeast Kansas Trip on Saturday, October 8, 2022
Whether you have been using your pressure cooker for years or you're feeling overwhelmed by all the buttons, this class is for you. Together with other pressure cooking newbies, we will tame your instant pot/multi-cooker so that you can dazzle your family and friends with home-cooked meals made in a fraction of the time! Please come to class with your electric pressure cooker and an appetite to learn and eat! You will also be required to bring your own ingredients (a list will be provided prior to the start of class). 

One of the arguments made by the advocates of the Brexit movement in the United Kingdom, including Boris Johnson, was that Britain should reinvent itself as a "Global Britain," pursuing a truly global foreign and economic policy. Of course, this is not the first time that Britain has played such a global role. Join us as we examine the creation, development and consequences of a British Empire "on which the sun will never set" that, at one time, incorporated one-fourth of the globe's land surface. Along the way, we will meet the arrogant, quirky, intrepid and often bloody explorers and adventurers, heroes and villains, rascals and missionaries, poets and novelists, economists and engineers, and monarchs and statesmen who built and promoted the Pax Britannica of modern history. We will also discuss the empire's contemporary significance: What echoes of the empire exist today? What rhythms? What lessons?

Instructor:
Dr. John Dreifort, Professor of History, Wichita State University & Executive Secretary of the Wichita Committee on Foreign Relations


This course contains no sessions
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Curious about western heritage? Interested in Native American Culture? If so, this tour is for you. We will be travelling to Oklahoma City where our first stop is a guided tour of The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. The museum is America's premier institution of Western history, art and culture. The museum collects, preserves and exhibits an internationally renowned collection of Western art and artifacts while sponsoring dynamic educational programs to stimulate interest in the enduring legacy of the American West. The newest addition to the Museum is Liichokoshkomo', a 100,000 square foot outdoor educational experience with hands-on, minds-on activities for all ages. Once finished, we will head to the First American's Museum, where we will have lunch at Thirty Nine Restaurant. Thirty Nine strives to honor the traditional ingredients of the 39 distinctive First American Nations in the state and offers delicious adaptations using ingredients that have been grown, gathered, and hunted in this area for many generations. After lunch, we will have a guided tour of the First American's Museum. FAM features collective stories of the 39 Tribal Nations, selections from the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian examines the things we make, and creating the architectural history and embedded cultural symbolism of the museum.

Facilitator:
Beccy Tanner, Adjunct Instructor, Department of History, Wichita State University


This course contains no sessions
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Was Rembrandt an experimental etcher? Did Vermeer use a camera obscura? And how did van Gogh's use of color and impasto application of paint influence modern art? We'll learn how Rembrandt was inspired by the Bible, why Vermeer's reputation is based on just 34 paintings, and how Vincent van Gogh, in an artistic career of less than 10 years (three of which were spend learning to draw), became one of the most beloved and prized artists of all time. These questions and more will be discussed while viewing some of the most beautiful and significant paintings in the world. 

Instructor:
Dan Kirchhefer, Artist, Professor Emeritus, Emporia State University


This course contains no sessions
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Rooftops, balconies, flower beds, apartment spaces, and even community gardens can be used to create a more sustainable, more permaculture-focused living space where you can grow your own food and provide for your own needs. Each class will focus on a different aspect of how to take whatever space you have and transform it with permaculture design.

Instructor:
Charolett Knapic, Owner Echo Landscapes


This course contains no sessions
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This course will provide an in-depth overview of a specific grape variety, its origins, history and flavor profile. We will discuss the factors that dictate price to include vineyard location and pedigree, label recognition and track record, awards and 100-point number ratings as well as availability based on production.  We will discuss what makes one wine inexpensive and another of the same grape variety, made in the same general growing region very expensive.  Each class will include a thoughtful guided tasting of 7 wines highlighting the differences and similarities and the reasoning behind both.  

You must be at least 21 years of age to enroll. 

Instructor:
Guy Bower, Level-1 Sommelier, Host of The Good Life radio program on KNSS, Founding Chairman, Wichita Chapter of the American Institute of Wine & Food


This course contains no sessions
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We all know we need one, so why do we delay preparing our will? I'm too busy! I don't have time! It's too expensive! I don't know what I want or what to do! I don't know or like lawyers! What's your excuse? Here's your chance to learn about wills, probate, living trusts, powers of attorney, taxation and living will declaration. This course will prepare you to leave a clear, organized and orderly transfer of assets to your family, friends or charity. Come for information, entertainment and discussion. Your instructor has 40 years of experience helping clients plan their estates. Questions are welcome.

Instructor:
Jeffrey Willis, JD, Attorney at Law


This course contains no sessions
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Join Amy Waliczek 200 RYT for a 10 week beginner yoga series. We will work with the fundamentals of the asanas (poses) and breath work (pranayama), encouraging a deeper connection to our mind and body. Great for beginners or as a refresher for those who have been practicing. Modifications, effective cueing, increased self awareness and an attentive instructor will ensure a safe practice for all participants. 

Please bring a mat, a blanket and blocks of you have them. I will provide a few extra mats and props.  

Can't wait to learn and grow together through the practice of Yoga! 


Instructor:
Amy Waliczek, Yoga Central


This course contains no sessions
Balance and strengthening yoga postures will be utilized to keep your body safe and mobile through your daily routines. Combined with yoga breathing and conscious movement this yoga course is excellent for those seniors who are able to move around easily but would like to add more strength and stability. No prior yoga experience is necessary.

*Please wear comfortable clothes you can move in and bring a yoga mat and/or blanket.

Instructor:
Amy Waliczek, Yoga Central



This course contains no sessions
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