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Life & Leisure Courses: For the Joy of Learning

Research shows there are many benefits to lifelong learning. As you learn new information or a skill, you're also meeting new people and exploring new ideas. Topics include:

  • Arts
  • Computers & Technology
  • Do It Yourself
  • Healthy Living
  • Home & Leisure
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Safety & Driver Training

For current course offerings, check out the Continuing Education Life & Leisure catalog or search online!


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Learn about herbal and holistic options, including essential oils, that enhance wellness and balance in our lives.

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Discover your artistic talents with drawing, painting, and other hand and fiber art craft classes.

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Explore the outdoors with classes in gardening, animals, mushrooms, hiking and more .



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Continuing Education Course Supply Lists

Taking a class soon? Want to know what to bring? Check below for the course, location and supply list links to find out.

  • Creative Pen & Ink
    • Location: Web Conferencing, Mondays, 3p - 4p, 9/21 - 10/5
    • Instructor: Diana Randolph
    • Class number: 65148
    • Materials: Please have these ready prior to the sessions, for all three sessions:
      • A number 2 pencil, eraser, pencil sharpener
      • Two odorless black permanent drawing pens such as Micron (that will not bleed on paper). They may be ultra-thin and one thicker.
      • Paper towels
      • A 12-inch ruler to measure the sizes indicated below
      • One or more photos of any subject such as landscapes, pets, flowers, etc. to use as inspiration for your drawings
      • Heavy smooth sketchbook paper cut to 5 x 7 inches or 6 x 9 inches (the smooth side of scrap mat board also works nicely)
      • If you have any questions, please contact Diana at oiabms@cheqnet.net or 715-798-3619.
  • Pastels: Edge, Color & Value
    • Location: Web Conferencing, Mondays, 3p - 4p, 11/2 and 11/9
    • Instructor: Diana Randolph
    • Class number: 65150
    • Materials: Please have these ready prior to the sessions, for all sessions:
      • Photos of landscapes
      • A table easel or a heavy box to lean your drawing board against if working upright
      • A drawing board (Masonite, several inches larger than your paper size)
      • Any size set of dry pastels, (the bigger the set, the more colors you’ll have to select from)
      • Pen and notebook for taking notes
      • Beige masking tape
      • Paper towels
      • Newspapers to cover tabletop
      • Paint Smock – optional
      • Pair of protective gloves – nitrile or latex
      • Any type of pastel paper cut to sizes 5 x 7 or 6 x 9 inches such as:
      • Canson Mi-Teintes, La Carte, U-Art sanded, or suede mat board
      • Please contact the instructor, Diana Randolph, if you have any questions – (715) 798-3619 or oiabms@cheqnet.net.
  • Pastels: Simplify Scenes
    • Location: Web Conferencing, Thursdays, 3p - 4p, 10/15 - 10/29
    • Instructor: Diana Randolph
    • Class number: 65149
    • Materials: Please have these ready prior to the sessions, for all three sessions:
      • Photos of landscapes or street scenes
      • A table easel or a heavy box to lean your drawing board against if working upright
      • A drawing board (Masonite, several inches larger than your paper size)
      • Any size set of dry pastels, (the bigger the set, the more colors you’ll have to select from)
      • A number 2 pencil or three gray-tone brush markers (light, medium and dark) for making value study sketches
      • Pen and notebook for taking notes
      • Beige masking tape
      • Paper towels
      • Newspapers to cover tabletop
      • Paint Smock – optional
      • Pair of protective gloves – nitrile or latex
      • Any type of pastel paper cut to sizes 5 x 7 or 6 x 9 inches such as:
      • Canson Mi-Teintes, La Carte, U-Art sanded, or suede mat board
      • Please contact the instructor, Diana Randolph, if you have any questions – (715) 798-3619 or oiabms@cheqnet.net.
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