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Summer Youth Programs

Summer Kids & Clay • YUTH 004 • 5 sessions

Basic Bicycle Tune-up & Light Repair Clinic • YUTH 010

CRN 25302 SEC 51 CRN 25303 SEC 52 CRN 25304 SEC 53

Jul 11-15 Jul 25-29 Aug 08-12


9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Youth ages 6-15 work in age appropriate peer groups learning the art of mak- ing pottery on the wheel, from slab, and by coiling. Projects include handprint plates, decorative bowls, planters, and candy dishes. Multi-media projects are part of the fun too, such as mosaic tiles, masks, and jewelry. Wear play clothes, and bring a snack and a clean, white T-shirt to tie-dye on the first day. Classes held at Potterville Pottery, 1702 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, MA. Enroll- ment limit: 12. Non-credit tuition: $179 (each section)

1 session CRN 25329 SEC 51

Jun 9


6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

For adults and youth ages 12 and up, learn basic repairs and maintenance including fixing flats, repairing broken chains, and proper lubrication. Become familiar with the tools necessary to make adjustments and keep crank, head- set, and other parts tight. Learn how to change cables and make adjustments to brakes and gears plus shock maintenance. Clinic includes a bike repair kit. Bring your bike! Instructor Rob Gagne has over 25 years experience as a Master Bicycle Technician. Course meets at Highland Hardware Bike Shop, 917 Hampden Street, Holyoke. Non-credit tuition: $39

Horses! Horses! Horses! Basic Equestrian Training: Horse Care & Dressage for Youth

See next page for Summer Youth Sports Clinics

YUTH 005 • 5 sessions

CRN 25305 SEC 51

Aug 08-12


9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

For youth 8-17, enter the exciting world of horses this summer on a working horse farm while learning how to ride and care for these intriguing animals! Ride in the indoor arena and on trails at King Oak Farm. Whether a complete beginner or a show rider, advance your riding abilities and increase your knowledge. Spend hours in the saddle learning about basic equitation, com- bined training, and dressage. At the end of the week, participate in a schooling horse show, horse trial, or clinic. Wear close fitting jeans, and hard soled shoes. King Oak Farm and their instructional staff is fully licensed and certified. Pro- gram meets at King Oak Farm, 183 College Highway in Southampton, MA. Non-credit tuition: $295

To register, use noncredit registration form on inside back cover

Looking for a Non-credit Class We Don’t Currently Offer?

We are happy to hear your suggestions! Call us at (413) 552-2324

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In partnership with ed2go, we are able to offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely online. Courses include expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Ed2go online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you! These practical and highly effective ed2go online courses cover just about every topic you can imagine. Some examples:

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For more information and registration options, go to www.ed2go.com/holyoke

WANTED: Engaging Faculty


Non-credit Courses

If you’re interested in teaching and adding to the quality of our student’s lives, send your resume with your course proposal to:

Ken White, Dean of Community Services, Holyoke Community College Kittredge Center, Room 218, 303 Homestead Ave. Holyoke, MA 01040 or email: kwhite@hcc.edu



QUESTIONS? CALL (413) 552-2500


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