Colorado Mountain College Classes in Rifle
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CMC provides all textbook, digital, and custom materials at an affordable all-inclusive flat rate fee ($28/credit) for participating credit courses. The Learning Materials Program is a library-like lease system and students receive 100% of the required materials by the first day of the semester or within the first week, depending on when registration occurred.
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This class is located at Misty Yoga in Downtown Rifle. There will be no class November 28. A restorative practice frequently relies on the use of props and the prolonged holding of a few simple poses to achieve a deep level of relaxation. This practice is suitable for all levels of students and is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles. Restorative yoga… Read more: Yoga to Restore with Misty Frontella Session 2Find out more »
Bring your own bike or borrow a shop bike! This beginner class is aimed at riders who want to maintain their bike, whether it's for their commuter or weekend ride. Topics covered in this class include: the basics of flat repair and change, cleaning and lubing the chain, wear and damage inspection, derailleur adjustments as well as brake inspection and adjustment. Must be 12 or older to attend. This class is proudly presented by Brown Cycles of Grand Junction. Classes: November… Read more: Bicycle Maintenance for the Beginner Session 3Find out more »
Take professional grade photos with just your camera phone! The first Saturday will cover the elements of a good photograph, concept, proportion, and lighting and the second Saturday will cover, the various tools available for editing both with your phone and through apps.Find out more »
Join Brian Dow from Edward Jones of Rifle as he discusses simplify your spending and saving strategies. At this Free presentation you'll learn more about: • Setting personal financial goals • Balancing saving, spending and borrowing to help achieve your goals • Strategies for controlling debt and improving credit scores • Practical savings options for now through retirement Time will be set aside at the conclusion of the presentation for Q - A's Classes: November 12 (only) Meets: Tuesday; 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM Cost: Free Register… Read more: Simplify Your Spending and Saving Strategies Session 3Find out more »
Join Bree and experience the powerful benefits of using an essential oil diffuser in your home! Participate in a short lesson on using essential oils aromatically, followed by a fun make-and-take diffuser project to enjoy during the holidays! Please bring $20 for supplies to be paid to the instructor. Faculty: Bryanne Vigil Classes: November 13 (only) Meets: Wednesday; 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM Cost: $25 Register Now! Search for Diffusing Essential Oils with Bree on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
One day, all materials included! Students and mosaic enthusiasts can 'Drop-in' once a month to learn mosaic fundamentals, work on personal projects, and experiment with new techniques. Students will have access to a variety of materials (stained glass scraps, mosaic tiles, beads, trinkets, glue, panels, grout, and tools). Students can mosaic provided 8' x 10' flat art panels, or supply their own objects/surfaces to mosaic. Students will gain experience utilizing 'The Encyclopedia of Mosaic Techniques' by Emma Biggs. Textbook not… Read more: Drop-In Mosaics Session 4Find out more »