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Utah State University Community Education
Fall Session: September 10 - November 21

USU Brigham City • 989 S Main Street & 195 W 1100 S

Reserve your spot by calling Monika Richards at 435.919.1200 or by email at monika.richards@usu.edu. All classes are at USU Brigham City 989 S Main unless noted.

Basic Photography • Dan Black

Thursdays, 6-8 pm, Oct. 17, 24, & Nov. 7, 21, Room C112, $35
Take better photos with hands-on understanding of camera handling, exposure, depth of field, lighting and picture composition.


Beginning Yoga • Keirshia Baker

Wednesdays, 12 -1 pm, Oct. 9 – Nov. 13, Room A104, $35
Practice of yogic exercises to improve flexibility, range of motion, strength, and muscle tone. Instruction in proper alignment. Exploration of breathing and relaxation techniques. Development of greater self-awareness.


Business Simple System Workshop • Clay Yardley

Tuesdays, 6-7 pm, Oct. 15 & 22 or Thursdays, Nov. 7 & 14, Room D106, $70
What secrets are over-taking your company? Are your employees working with their brakes on? Do they even realize their brakes are on? Find out what is sucking the creative potential out of your employees and renew their abilities with this simple system.


Cake Decorating 101 • April Blakely

Thursdays, 7-8:30 pm, Nov. 7 – Nov. 21, Room D217, $40
Learn the secrets to make beautiful cakes. Includes half a dozen cupcakes! The instructor will contact you about the supplies.


”Dive” into Race Drones • Camron Stevenson

Tuesdays, 7-8:30 pm, Oct. 15 - Nov. 19, Room D217, $45
Learn the basics of building, programming, and safely flying your own race drone with Bluto FPV. FPV (First Person View) flight puts you in the pilot’s seat without ever leaving the ground. Students will need to purchase all the required components to build and fly their drone. Costs can range from $300 to over $1000 to be fully set up and flying. Instructor will contact you with a list of components you need to purchase.


Excel Basics • Sherry Grenko

Wednesdays, 6-7:30 pm, Oct. 16 – Nov. 20, Room 152, 195 W 1100 S, $49.
Explore the power of Excel. Navigate, format, and edit cells with ease. Master simple formulas, functions, and basic charts. Learn the skills to manage the data you use. 2G or more flash drive is required.


Intro to Cooking for Adults • Janelle Call

Wednesdays, 6-8 pm, Oct. 16 – Nov. 13, Room A104, $49, Register & Pay by Oct.1
Want to learn how to cook or learn some new techniques? Come join us for a fun and informative class learning the basics to good cooking as well as some tips and tricks to improve your cooking, making it easier and more enjoyable. Samples available to taste! Please bring your own apron.

  • Class #1: Introduction with 3 Ways to Cook Eggs
  • Class #2: Knife Skills with Stir Fry and Salsa
  • Class #3: Rising Agents with Yeast and Quick-Rise Breads
  • Class #4: Maillard Reaction, Salt, Flavors, Spices and Herbs with Meats
  • Class #5: Temperature and Fats with Desserts

Rockhounding in Utah • Gary Warren

Tuesdays, 6:30- 8 pm. Sep. 10, 17, 24, Dig Oct. 5 (all day), Room C112, $35.
What minerals and gems you can find in Utah, and where to look for them. Dig on Oct 5th- site determined by students.


Writing with Style • Nikole Eyre

Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm. Oct. 10 – Oct. 24, Room D217, $35
Improve your own writing, whether you consider yourself an experienced or amateur writer. We will discuss how to revise words, sentences, paragraphs, and entire documents for improved style. Part of each class will be spent analyzing your own writing to identify your style and making appropriate revisions based on what you’ve learned in class. On the first day of class, you must bring a double-spaced document of approximately five pages. You should choose a document you have written in the past that needs substantial revision. You can bring research papers, curriculum documents, and creative writing, as well as papers written for outside work, such as proposals or manuals.


Your Child Can Do Well in Math and You Can Help • Kami Dupree

Tuesdays, 6-7 pm, Oct. 15 – Nov. 19, Room C114, Free.
The primary purpose of the class is to help parents better understand why some of the mathematical procedures they learned in school work so that they can better connect the procedures they learned to do in school to what may sometimes feel like (but really isn’t) the “new math” their kids are learning.


Taking the Mystery Out of Medicare Workshop

USU Brigham City - Tuesdays, 6:30 pm-7:30 pm, Oct 22nd & Nov 19th, Room A201, Free
You know how confusing and frustrating Medicare is. We all do. All the different plans, parts and premiums. What about doctors’ groups, drug coverage, and what plans offer dental, hearing and vision? All these and more will be clarified and simplified for you by Dr. Jamie Whitlock. Jamie spent the first 20 years of his career as a Chiropractor, so he knows Medicare from a providers’ standpoint. Now, he has turned his expertise into helping others all over the Country understand and know what options they have regarding this important topic. This is a must attend workshop for those who are about to become Medicare eligible as well as for those already enrolled. Bring your questions and be ready to learn. This one hour class is informative and fun!


Brigham NAMI Family to Family Program

USU Brigham City - Thursdays, 7-9 pm, Sep 19-Dec 12, Room A201, Free.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness, NAMI, presents a 12-week course designed to offer education and support to family members, partners, and friends of individuals with a mental health condition. Mental illness can affect persons of any age, gender, race, religion, or income. One in five people experiences a mental health condition in a given year. Registration preferred by September 10th. Email namiboxelderut@gmail.com to register. For more information visit http://www.namiut.org/.


24/7 DAD Workshop

USU Brigham City - Wednesdays, 6"30 - 8:30 pm, Oct 23-Nov 20, Room 166, Free.
24/7 DAD ® is a FREE 5-session course for fathers and father-figures filled with activities to increase your capacity to care for yourself, your children, and your relationships. Dinner provided at each session! First Session required for food and incentive eligibility. Must be 18 or older to attend. No childcare provided. Register at healthyrelationshipsutah.org.


USU Tremonton • 420 West 600 North
Register by contacting Aimee Brown at 435.919.1291 or by email at aimee.brown@usu.edu.

Cupcakes 101 • April Blakely

Thursday, Oct. 24, Room 122, $20
Impress your friends with your fancy, new cupcake decorating skills. Learn the basics in this one day workshop, and take home a half a dozen cupcakes! Instructor will contact you about supplies.


Creative Writing • Emily Jensen

Tuesdays, 7-8 pm, Oct. 15 – Nov. 19, Room 122, $35 Ages 14 and up.
Designed to fit a variety of skill levels. Will feature lectures, workshops and discussions to introduce and improve creative writing skills.


Excel Basics • Sherry Grenko

Wednesdays, 6-7:30 pm, Oct. 16 – Nov. 20, Room 123, $49
Explore the power of Excel. Navigate, format, and edit cells with ease. Master simple formulas, functions, and basic charts. Learn the skills to manage the data you use. 2G or more flash drive is required. Offering taught over Interactive Video Conferencing.


Taking the Mystery Out of Medicare Workshop

USU Tremonton - Thursdays, 6:30 pm-7:30 pm, Nov 7th, Room 122, Free
You know how confusing and frustrating Medicare is. We all do. All the different plans, parts and premiums. What about doctors’ groups, drug coverage, and what plans offer dental, hearing and vision? All these and more will be clarified and simplified for you by Dr. Jamie Whitlock. Jamie spent the first 20 years of his career as a Chiropractor, so he knows Medicare from a providers’ standpoint. Now, he has turned his expertise into helping others all over the Country understand and know what options they have regarding this important topic. This is a must attend workshop for those who are about to become Medicare eligible as well as for those already enrolled. Bring your questions and be ready to learn. This one hour class is informative and fun!

Brigham City

Contact information:
Monika Richards
435-919-1200
monika.richards@usu.edu

Tremonton

Contact information:
Aimee Brown
435-919-1291
aimee.brown@usu.edu
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Spring 2020 Session: January 27 - March 27