The Russellville/Logan County Community Education has announced its fall schedule of classes. There is something for everyone and all classes are open to anyone in the community.
This fall’s classes will be:
Basic Sign Language Class After having our first class in the spring, we are again offering a class this Fall for anyone interested in learning sign language and having the ability to communicate with the deaf community. This two-classes-per-week (Tuesdays and Thursdays) program will assist you in learning the basics of conversational sign language. Sessions will begin, Tuesday, September 06, 2016, and end Thursday, September 29, 2016. Classes will be held at Stevenson Elementary School, in Room 407, from 4pm—5pm. The instructor is Mr. Jesse Vincent, a student at WKU. The cost will be $80.00 for 8 classes in 4 weeks!! Sessions will include learning deaf history, the culture, and etiquette along with grasping a better understanding of ASL (American Sign Language) through the alphabet, words you should know, numbers, common phrases, key expressions and important vocabulary words. Call (270) 726-8405, ext. 4331, to register on or before Thursday, 9/01. Penni L. Nugent, CED, [email protected] *Must have a minimum of 4 to have the class and a maximum of 10 —contact us soon! * Please make checks payable to Russellville Independent Schools
Bread Making Class There has been an interest expressed in having a bread-making class, therefore, we are attempting to offer a one-time class to be held on Saturday, September 10, 2016. This class will be hands-on bread-making steps with added humor and science, plus you will take two loaves home with you! The class will be held at the Russellville Independent Schools Central Office, 355 S. Summer St., from 9am-Noon. The instructor is Mr. Martin Elmes. The cost will be $20.00 per student, and each student is asked to please bring a mixing spoon and a 2 qt. mixing bowl. Please contact Penni L. Nugent, CED, (270) 726-8405, ext. 4331, or [email protected] to register on or before Thursday, September 07, 2016. Please make checks payable to Russellville Independent Schools.
“Cooking healthy choices for Every Body” This past spring this evening class filled very quickly, so we’ve decided to offer the same class this fall during the day. Community Education Director, Penni Nugent, and Logan County SNAP Ed Assistant, Paige Alexander, are partnering together to offer this repeat “hands-on”, Tuition-Free, “healthy choices” cooking class. At each class, you will have the opportunity to prepare, cook, and sample healthy recipes, learn nutrition information, and receive free incentives. The cooking classes will be held at Logan County Cooperative Extension Office, 255 John Paul Rd., Russellville, KY. 6 (six) Tuition-Free, Healthy Choices Cooking Classes: Class Dates: Wednesdays, September 7, through October 19; Time – 10:00pm—11:30am. Recipes: Tex-Mex Fajitas; Making your own salad dressings; Crunchy Hawaiian Chicken Wrap; Enchilada Rice; Hawaiian Turkey sliders with mango/pineapple salsa; Whole-Grain Strawberry Pancakes. If you would like to enroll in these classes, please contact: Penni Nugent at 270-726-8405, ext. 4331, or [email protected] on or before Thursday, September 1, 2016. We must limit this class to a maximum of 12 students, so call soon!!
“Dancing with Kelly” Once again we’re offering this fun class! Learn some dance styles and more such as “Salsa”, “Waltz”, “Line dancing”, and “Swing dancing”!! This six-class program may be just for you! Classes will be held Mondays at Stevenson Elementary School gymnasium at 6pm, beginning Monday, September 12, 2016, through Monday, October 17, 2016! The cost will be $60.00 per person and/or $100.00 per couple for the entire 6 weeks! The instructor is Kelly Lewis, choreographer with the Russellville Arts Council Youth Summer Musicals, “Beauty and the Beast” and “Suessical”. Please contact Penni L. Nugent, CED, (270) 726-8405, ext. 4331, or [email protected] to register on or before Thursday, September 01, 2016. Please make checks payable to Russellville Independent Schools.
The Joy of Art: Observational Drawing Children love to draw and be creative. As we grow into adulthood we often loose that creativity and begin to think that we cannot draw or make art. Drawing is something we can all do and something we can all do better with training and practice. This course will focus on developing or reconnecting with our creative spirit as we explore observational drawing. Students will learn techniques with graphite pencils, pen and ink, and watercolor pencils while drawing various real life objects. Are you ready to unleash the power of art in your life? Community Education Director, Penni Nugent, and Mr. Chris Holloman, Russellville Jr/Sr High School Visual Arts Instructor, are partnering together to offer our first Visual Arts Class. The cost will be $40.00 for 4 weeks!! Art supplies are included, but you are welcome to bring your own pencils/sketchbook. Sessions will be held on Mondays, beginning, September 12 2016, and will end October 3, 2016. Classes will be held at Russellville Jr/Sr High School, in Room 12, from 4 pm—5 pm. Please call (270) 726-8405, ext. 4331, to register on or before Friday, 9/9/16. *We must have a minimum of 5 and maximum of 10 to have the class—so contact us soon! Penni L. Nugent, CED, [email protected] Please make checks payable to Russellville Independent Schools.