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Personal Enrichment

Summer 2021 Community Education Personal Enrichment Courses

Some courses will be held online.

View a PDF of the Summer 2021 Course Book.

 

Modern/Contemporary Dance for Teens and Adults

Wednesdays, June 23 - August 25
7-8 p.m.
CRN# 61323 
CFP 742-51   
Fee: $120

Weekly class will move from stretching thru a blended style incorporating elements of: classical ballet, classical modern dance (Horton, Lemon, Graham…) with a healthy dose of post-modern dance (generally a mix of theater and dance) and jazz; think earth bound ballet with some leaps and some moves lying on the ground. Please wear stretchy clothing, have long hair pulled up in a pony tail and be prepared to dance in socks or bare foot. Register for Modern/Contemporary Dance.

Getting Paid to Talk: Intro to Voice Overs

Monday, July 26
6:30-9 p.m.
CRN# 61020
CFP 725-51
Fee: $30
Instructor: Voice Coaches

From audio books, training material, animation, gaming, and commercials to socially relevant content, television, and more, today’s voice-over field has become a great way to leverage your individual interests, voice qualities, and communication skills in a whole new way. Learn about how the industry really works today, trends in opportunity in the community, and areas of future growth, and hear about the top traits casting professionals look for when hiring voice professionals. Students will also hear samples from working voice-over artists. Because this class is small, students will have the opportunity to record a sample professional voice-over under the direction of our instructor, who can offer feedback and advice. If you’ve ever wondered how to begin in voice-over part-time, full-time, or for supplemental or retirement income, this workshop is a great, upbeat, and realistic first step. Register for Getting Paid to Talk.

Defensive Driving

Saturday, August 21
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
CRN# 61393 
CFP 724-01 
Fee: $50

This class will be held in person. All students must wear masks, practice social distancing and adhere to all COVID-19 protocols.

Each student will receive an updated NYS DMV Driver’s Manual and a temporary course completion certificate (permanent to be mailed) in this classroom course about crash avoidance techniques. Students qualify for a reduction of up to four points from their driving records for violations received during the 18 months prior to completion of this course. Students passing this course also become eligible for a minimum insurance reduction of 10% for three years in the base rate of liability, personal injury, Protection (No-Fault) and collision premiums. This program is recognized by all NYS Insurance companies. Register for Defensive Driving.