This LIVE class covers annuals and perennials. Topics discussed will range from seed starting to garden design, soil preperation, irrigations, planting, cutting and arranging. The class meets for 2 Wednesday mornings.
This is a follow-up to our Intro to Chess class and designed for those familiar with the basic rules of the game and movement of chess-pieces. The class will focus on general tactics and strategy by first diving into and exploring common chess openings; followed by the middle-game and the importance of good positioning and favorable exchanges; and a good look at some common endgame scenarios. The aim of this class is to gain a deeper understanding and practice of various chess openings and to empower the student to take their game to the next level with tactics and strategy. All with a general understanding of the game and desire to take it to the next level are welcome! Come to class with your own chess set. Here is a video to help you review the basics of chess... https://www.chess.com/video/player/everything-you-need-to-know-1-start-playing-chess
This course provides more in-depth information and skill practice exercises to those involved in remote hiking, climbing, canoeing, or other physical activity where immediate medical response may be delayed by distance or environment. Students taking Wilderness and Remote First Aid must be at least 16 years old.The course is 15 hours if you have a current CPR/1st Aid certificate. An additional 5 hours of training covers those without the certificate.Skills include Patient Assessment, Head, Neck and Back Injuries, Heat and Cold Emergencies, Allergic Reactions and Anaphylaxis, Severe Burns, Bone and Joint Injuries and Splinting, Wound and Wound Infections, Altitude Related Illness, and Decision Making and Problem Solving. The course is run over 3 days; two for classroom instruction and the other for (campus) field instruction. American Red Cross Certification is awarded to those students who succeed at completing the training.