Personal Interest

Not everything is easy to categorize. Here, you'll find classes for personal enrichment in categories that aren't easy to define.

2019 Fall Personal Interest Classes

 

Craft Distilling 101

From grain to glass, this course teaches the art of craft distilling as you turn raw materials into smooth finished spirit and leave with knowledge of distilling basics. Students will attend first day of class and then schedule a second day for 8-9 hours of hands-on learning. Supplies: bring a lunch, notebook and pen. Instructor: Justin Bourdon.

Sept. 24          Tuesday           9am-12pm           Sandstone Distillery, 842 Wright Rd SE, Tenino
Code 4693                 Course CS 148A  $150

Oct. 29            Tuesday          9am-12pm           Sandstone Distillery, 842 Wright Rd SE, Tenino
Code 4694                 Course CS 148B  $150

Nov. 12           Tuesday          9am-12pm           Sandstone Distillery, 842 Wright Rd SE, Tenino
Code 6622                 Course CS 148A  $150 

Spanish Conversation

Are you taking a Spanish class but need more practice? Have you been working on a Spanish app but need more motivation? In this class we will focus on fluency and FUN! You will improve your Spanish pronunciation, listening comprehension and speaking skills! Instructor: Laura Martinez. No class 11/11.

Sept. 16-Dec. 2          Mondays      5:30-7:30pm          WAH 115
Code 4674                  Course CS 238A    $45 

Introduction to ASL

This course is an introduction to American Sign Language (ASL), its history, and the visual and expressive skills needed for basic communication in ASL including fingerspelling, vocabulary, and grammar. Students are strongly encouraged to begin learning the Manual Alphabet prior to class attendance, but are not required to have it mastered. Students will be required to attend at least 2 off- campus Deaf events throughout the quarter. Students will need a 1” 3-ring binder, notebook paper, pens/pencils, and the textbook A Basic Course In American Sign Language. This book is widely available online, generally for around $20 (Amazon is suggested). Instructor: Julie LoBaugh.

Sept. 17-Dec. 3          Tuesdays        6-8:00pm          WAH 113
Code 4669                  Course CS 237A          $60

How to Register

By Mail Mail your registration form to Centralia College Office of Enrollment Services, 600 Centralia College Blvd., Centralia, WA 98531.

In Person Bring your registration form to the Enrollment Services Office on the second floor of the TransAlta Commons on CC's campus.

By Phone Register by phone using a credit card at 360-623-8940.

By Fax Fax your registration with credit card information to 360-330-7106.