December 2013 – January 2014

Dec
11
Wed
Artisan Pizza/Cooking @ Breckenridge-Dillon
Dec 11 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Class Description

This hands-on class will teach the secrets of preparing world class Neapolitan style pizzas in your home kitchen. Learn to make dough from scratch, delicious tomato sauces and techniques for baking a pizza using an oven peel and baking stone.

Syn# 78356
Cost $42

Go to WebAdvisor Continuing Education to search (use the Syn #) and register and pay for class.”

Dec
12
Thu
Fall Semester Ends
Dec 12 – Dec 13 all-day
Holiday Pottery Sale @ CMC Aspen
Dec 12 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Holiday Pottery Sale

Holiday Pottery Sale flyer.

The Pottery Club of Aspen will host its annual ceramics show and sale at the Aspen campus of Colorado Mountain College. Handmade ceramic ware, created by local artists including CMC faculty and students, will be available for purchase.
Selection includes mugs, casseroles, dinnerware, serving platters and sculptures.

Winter One Pot Meals/Cooking @ Breckenridge-Dillon
Dec 12 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Class Description

‘Tis the season for delicious, hearty winter meals. But don’t let cooking get in the way of your work, school or play. Join us in this hands-on workshop as we learn to prepare simple, tasty and convenient one-pot meals.

Syn# 78380
Cost $42

Go to WebAdvisor Continuing Education to search (use the Syn #) and register and pay for class.

Dec
13
Fri
Holiday Pottery Sale @ CMC Aspen
Dec 13 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Holiday Pottery Sale

Holiday Pottery Sale flyer.

The Pottery Club of Aspen will host its annual ceramics show and sale at the Aspen campus of Colorado Mountain College. Handmade ceramic ware, created by local artists including CMC faculty and students, will be available for purchase.
Selection includes mugs, casseroles, dinnerware, serving platters and sculptures.

Italian Alps/Cooking @ Breckenridge-Dillon
Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Class Description

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Dec
14
Sat
4th Annual Holiday Bakeshop
Dec 14 @ 6:00 am – 11:00 am

You will make, bake, share and wrap dozens and dozens of holiday cookies and treats – and go home to a clean kitchen. We will show you how to package for gifting and offer tips on storing. Bring your favorite cookie tins or storage containers. 12/14/2013 -12/15/2013, $90, Course # CUA-901-VE10, Syn #78136. Location: Battle Mountain High School Kitchen. For registration information, click the Back button at the top of this entry.

MAC Safari, MacMAIL @ Glenwood Springs
Dec 14 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Class Description

In this three-hour workshop, we will explore and learn about these three popular applications on the Mac. These are three built-in applications on the Mac, which are both fun and easy to use. You will learn how to surf the web, how to use the Safari program effectively, how to save your favorite web sites with bookmarks, how to organize your bookmarks, how to search effectively for information on-line, and how set up parental on-line restraints for your children. Using Mac Mail, you will learn how to write, send, receive, reply, forward, organize and delete emails. You will learn how to send attachments, how to save attachments that others send you, and how know if your attachments are properly sized. Using the Mac Address book, you will learn how this program integrates with Mac Mail, and how to add people and groups to your address book.

Syn# 78203
Cost $35

Go to WebAdvisor Continuing Education to search (use the Syn #) and register and pay for class.”

Jan
7
Tue
Accuplacer test
Jan 7 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Please call to reserve a spot. 970-925-7740. Allow yourself 30-45 minutes/test. Please call if you can not make your scheduled testing time. We may cancel a testing date if there are 3 or less students signed up 24 hours before the appropriate testing date.

Avalanche Awareness Level I Avalanche Safety class @ Colorado Mountain College - Spring Valley
Jan 7 @ 6:00 pm

photo of avalanche hazard signNot everyone gets a warning. You can learn to stay safe this winter with CMC’s Avalanche Safety course which provides the hands-on opportunity to evaluate avalanche hazards and practice rescue techniques. Classroom sessions meet Jan. 7 and 9 at Spring Valley (from 6-7:50pm); the field outing is Jan. 11 & 12.

Students will receive a certificate of completion stating that the class was taught following the guidelines of AIARE. The backcountry outings will cover up to 5 miles. Students must ski, snowboard, or snowshoe at an intermediate level or receive instructor consent. Avalanche beacons, shovels, and probe poles are provided; however, students may bring their own for the instructor to evaluate for appropriateness.

Limited space is available. Please register on or before Jan. 3.