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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Food Experience Series

Whether you’re a homemaker, busy profes- sional, or just love to dabble in the kitchen, join us in our Culinary Department’s state- of-the-art commercial production kitchen to prepare and consume out-of-this-world dishes, improve your culinary skills, share in the chef’s secrets and recipes, cover safety and food handling tips, and have FUN. Great meals can be fun, fresh, easy, and take just minutes to prepare. Hold on for the culinary adventure of a lifetime! When it comes to passion for food and the absolute love of entertaining, Chef Alden has it all. Chef Todd Alden is a mastermind in the kitchen and has a history of prestigious culinary titles including Sous Chef, Executive Chef Consultant, Executive Chef, and cur- rently Production Manager. Chef Alden also has won numerous cooking competi- tions and is published in newspapers, cookbooks and magazines. Dress for safety and comfort including flat, non-skid footwear. Be prepared to use sharp knives, hot pans, and kitchen machines. No experience required.

Food Experience Series • FOOD 001 • 3 sessions

CRN 25117

SEC 51

June 6, 14 & 20


6:15 p.m.-9:15 p.m.

Summer in Greece: June 6th

  • Stuffed Grape leaves with Tzatziki

  • Lamb Kebabs with spinach pie and toasted rice pilaf

  • Baklava

Asian Theme Party: June 14th

  • Shrimp spring roll with soy dipping sauce

  • Sesame crusted Tuna, sticky rice, bok choy, sirachi cream

  • Asian crème caramel

A New England Summer Feast: June 20th

  • Strawberry Soup

  • Herb rubbed chicken medallions with artichokes, roasted red pepper and


  • Biscuits with mixed berries and lemon curd

  • Cinnamon Doughnuts

Non-credit tuition: $245

in Forest Park on Saturdays in June. You will be instructed in various oil painting techniques includ- ing color mixing, design & arrangement, value inter- pretation and logical painting progression. Students without oil painting supplies should be prepared to spend about $100. Non-credit tuition: $114

learn the techniques, such as attack, beat, parry, riposte, lunge, and, of course, en garde. Learn also the basic tactics of the sport: offense, defense, and counter offense. All equipment is provided. Please wear athletic shoes, sweatpants, and t-shirt to class. Coach of US National Champions and US Veteran World Team members, Taro Yamashita has 20+ years of experience. Non-credit tuition: $109


Open Fitness for the Summer • HLTH 001 MTWThF

CRN 25038 SEC 51 6:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.

Jun 01-Aug 31

Creative Pottery • ARTS 005 • 5 sessions

Learn to create functional and decorative stoneware using the pottery wheel and slab roller. You’ll master the basics needed to be successful, while having the freedom to be creative. Fee covers all supplies in- cluding two pounds of clay. Additional clay available at nominal cost. Wear your play clothes! Classes held at Potterville Pottery, 1702 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, MA. Instructor: Laura Frasco. Non-credit tuition: $169


CRN 25003 SEC 51 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Jul 05-Aug 02

Beginning Digital Photography • ARTS 010 4 sessions

Wine Tasting • FOOD 003 • 5 sessions

8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.


CRN 25010 SEC 51 6:15 p.m.-8:15 p.m.

Jul 19-Aug 09


CRN 25036 SEC 51 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Jul 08-Aug 05


8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.


Learn to get the most out of your digital camera and computer. Whether you’re a complete beginner who wants to learn how to use your new camera, or an experienced photographer making the switch to digital media, this short course will quickly make you an expert in this amazing new technology. Covers camera operation, tips for taking the best pictures, how to email, share, post, and organize your photos, and how to make prints, posters, professional albums, greeting cards, calendars, and movies. You’ll also learn digital fundamentals and how to use and apply Photoshop editing techniques to your own photos. Instructor: Gary Issod. Non-credit tuition: $124

Enjoy the company of fellow wine lovers as you unravel the mystery and discover what all the sniff- ing and swirling is about! Experience and compare good inexpensive and moderately priced red and white wines. Learn what to look for on a label or wine list. Taste the difference between the products from the major wine regions through lecture and tasting of multiple wines each night. Please bring two wine glasses and your favorite cheese and crack- ers each night. No one under 21 admitted; positive ID required. Instructor: Dan Zunitch. Materials fee: $40 payable to instructor at first class. Non-credit tuition: $119

Enrollment provides you with Mon-Sun access to HCC’s fitness center which includes more than 65 pieces of state-of-the-art strength and cardiovascu- lar equipment. Workout around your schedule and renew your commitment to great health! Includes: Body Masters Selectorized Circuit Training Equip- ment, Stairmaster stepmills, the latest in sophisti- cated plate loaded and weight equipment, Concept 2 rowing ergometers, Stairmaster Freeclimbers, Precor upright and recumbent bikes, Stairmaster and Woodway treadmills among many others. Open Fitness orientation Wednesday June 1st, 2011 at 6pm at the Bartley Center. Non-credit tuition: $99

Paint Like an Impressionist! Oil Painting Outdoors • ARTS 017 • 5 sessions

May 26 Th

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

Jun 04-25

S 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

CRN 25314

SEC 51

(Organizational session)

(Painting Sessions)

The Impressionists painted out of doors, and so can you. Under the guidance of an experienced teacher- artist, you will learn to paint quickly and simply in the constantly changing light out-of-doors. After an on-campus organizational session where materials and locations will be discussed, the class will paint a series of four landscape paintings done on location

Health & Fitness

Introduction to Fencing • EXPR 014 • 5 sessions

CRN 25202 SEC 51 6:15 p.m.-7:45 p.m.

Jul 12-26


En garde! Fencing, as a form of warfare and sport, has been around for centuries. In addition to the history and etiquette of Olympic style sport fencing,

Personal Fitness Training • HLTH 002

CRN 25039 SEC 51 TBA (3 sessions)

CRN 25040 SEC 52 TBA (10 sessions)

Amazed at how Hollywood stars always look so terrific with sculpted bodies? Their secret? Personal trainers! If you’re seeking accelerated results and support and guidance of a private trainer, this is for you. Work with a certified personal trainer on program individually designed to your fitness level, weight control, strength development, cardiovascu- lar training, and or sports-specific training. Choose starter program’ three 45-minute sessions’ or

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