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Getting Paid to Talk CRER 003.52, CRN 16593
PICKLEBALL Tournament Preparation CRN 16786.54
Tournament ready practice and preparation; improve shot accuracy and variety; develop better strategies for playing doubles.
Location: Bartley Athletic Center, HCC
Women's Leadership Series CRER 065.54, CRN 16489
Cannabis Core Curriculum CANA 001.55, CRN 16666
with Julia Agron
Bake with Me (age 11-14) YUTH 107.51, CRN 26032
In this one week program, you will Learn the essential ingredients and methods needed to get the most out of your baking. Students will learn the art of creating tasty baked goods, pastries, and confections, from traditional bread baking to beautiful showpieces.
Cooking with Chef Dino (age 9-12) YUTH 041.51, CRN 26030
Does your child love to cook or watch the Food Network? Students will build knowledge, skills and confidence as they have fun learning how to prepare dishes from around the globe, classic cooking techniques, kitchen etiquette, service and proper table manners, as well as safety and nutrition.
Into the Wild! Wilderness Survival (ages 8-11) YUTH 043.51, CRN 26029
Explore fields, forests and wildlife habitats while learning basic survival skills. We’ll learn what to pack and how to track, read a compass, build a shelter and fire, and much more. Through the use of games, team challenges and activities, we’ll learn about the environment, our eco-system and the incredible, yet unforgiving world of nature. Program will take place outdoors at the HCC main campus. Veteran Connecticut environmental educator Linda Knorr has taught ecology, environmental science and wilderness survival for grades 1-12.
Youth Baseball Clinic (ages 8-17) YUTH 007.51, CRN 26042
This fun-filled, challenging program emphasizes fundamental skills and basketball knowledge while building self-confidence and developing every player’s ability to play more competitively. Instructor Ryan Magni.