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BURLEY — The CSI Mini-Cassia center is offering the following courses:

Computer Basics Microsoft 2016

Tuesdays, Thursdays Mar 6 – Mar 29, 9 to 9:50 a.m.

MC Center A25, Instructor: Shirley Stauffer. Fee: $50

In this class students will work in a hands-on computer lab, discovering the basic components to using a computer. Acquire knowledge of popular computer programs. Great for those new to MS Office 2016, this course provides an overview of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.

Painting with Acrylics for Beginners I

Tuesdays, Mar 6—April 3, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.

MC Center A14, Instructor: Shirley Stauffer. Fee: $40

Explore the dynamics and versatility of acrylics paints. Learn the basics of brush selection, color mixing, surface preparation, and a variety of texturing techniques to create your own unique masterpiece. Painting fundamentals will be discussed.

Painting Dynamic Waves in Watercolor

Thursdays, March 8 – April 19, 6:30 to 9 p.m.

MC Center A14, Instructor: Leslie Redhead. Fee: $90

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From sparkling surfaces to glassy reflections to crashing waves, learn how to capture the expressive qualities of water. By mastering light, texture and motion, you will be able to create your own dynamic water scene. All levels welcome. Supplies are required and a supply list will be provided at time of registration. No class on March 22, 2018.

Geology of Southern Idaho

Wednesdays, April 4—May 9, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

CSI MC Center, Room B11. Instructor: Tim Gunderson. Fee: $80.

You live in one of the most geologically fascinating parts of North America! Why not find out more about what makes the Gem State so amazing? “Geology of Southern Idaho”, a six-week personal enrichment class at CSI’s Mini-Cassia Center in Burley, will give you hands-on experience with the geologic development of southern Idaho. Students will gain insight into the Yellowstone ‘hot spot’, the 1983 Borah Peak earthquake, the marvelous Snake River Canyon and the Bonneville Flood that sculpted it, and more. There will be field trips to local areas of geological interest as well.


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