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A_L'V ILI:IVN 00:l.LNl -I,,_II| I,J INkJI..LV CI...L'I.,./-I ........ If  " ..... 11 11m 11 " 1111 ...... JIP"I111110 r, ........ " rt ,1 ir, 111 I I I 1 I r 1 1 m 11,1 1 FOOT LOOSE AND CULTURAL ARTS FANCY FREE HEALTH An introductory dance class for preschoolers and kinder- gartens. Children will have the opportunity to explore TAI LORi N G different styles of dance, develop kinesthetic awareness -. through sensory-motor exercises, become aware of timing. HEALTH MASSAGE If you love to sew and would like to professionally tailor a rhythm and tempo through the use of musical activities and suit jacket or coat, this class is for you. You may choose rhythm instruments, and challenge their imaginations as WO R KS H O P from a variety of fast and easy or traditional tailoring tech- they explore props and create their own dances. niques. You will learn how to select appropriate tailoring patterns, fabrics and findings; to adjust your pattern to fit; to shape lapels and collars; to make bound buttonholes; to apply interfacings, linings, interlinings, and underlinings; plus the final touches that will make your garment truly a work of art. Date: Tuesday, Jan. 10-Mar. 13 Time: 6:30-9:00pm Fee: $30.00 for 10 weeks Place: Issaquah Jr. High Home Ec Room Instructor: Dolly Leber BEGINNING, INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED SEWING This class is for you if you're a beginner and would like to learn the basics of sewing, or if you would like a refresher course, or if you would like to learn how to adjust a pattern to fit, or if you would like to experiment with new fabrics or advanced techniques with the assistance of an expert seamstress and experienced instructor. Each class will in- clude demonstrations as requested by students, plus time to work on ,individual projects. Course content will be deter- mined by students according to individual experience, pro- jects and interests. Do tailoring projects please. Date: Thursdays, Jan. 12-March I Time: 6:30-8:30pm Fee: $25.00 for 8 weeks Place: Issaquah Jr. High Home Ec Room Instructor: Dolly Leber Learn to make 'Care Bear' and 'Cabbage Patch Dolls' in a class this winter. PLUSH ANIMALS & SOFT SCU LPTU RE DOLLS ITALIC CALLIGRAPHY Beginner students will learn to write the Italic Alphabet and 0 complete at least one project. Advanced beginner students will refine their Italic lettering by completing several pro- This program is co-sponsored by the Issaquah Parks Dept. jects and learn decorations for the Italic lettering. & the Ben Franklin store. This 6 week class will teach the Date: Mondays, Jn. 9-Feb. 13 Time: 9:30-11:30am Place: Issaquah Senior Center Ages: Adults Fee: $20.00 for 6 weeks for Sr. Citizens (supplies not included) basics of making plush animals, with extra time being given to teddy bears. Soft sculpture dolls will make up the last of this class. If you would like to make a Care Bear or Cabbage Patch Doll, this is the class for you! Dates: Thursdays, Jan. 12-Feb. 16 Time: 7:30-9:00pm $30.00 for 6 weeks for regular students (sup- Fee: plies not included) Place: Limit: 12 students Instructor: Peggy Braeutigam KINDERDANCE $18.00 - 6 weeks {some supplies provided) Ben Franklin Store This class is a primer for youngsters on the threshold of the world of dance. Each class will be a sampling of a different art form. Included will be lessons in ballet, folk, cha-cha, country" western and aerobic. CANDY MAKING & CAKE DECORATING Dates:  Wednesdays, Jan. 11-Feb. 15 Time: 4:00-4:30pm Ages: 3 & 4 year olds Fee: $13.00 for 6 weeks Limit: 10 students per class Location: Clark Elementary Multipurpose Room Instructor: Joan Higgins BEGINNING BALLET This class will provide an introduction to ballet technique, creative movement and basic coordination skills. Students should wear leotards, tights and ballet shoes. Dates: Tuesdays, Jan. 10-Feb. 28 Time: 4-Epm Place: Issaquah Valley Elementary Gym Ages: 7-9 years old Fee: $18.00 for 8 weeks Instructor: Barbara Lycett POTS & CANDLES FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED Learn to make slab pots, coil pots and candles for gift giv- ing or to keep. You will have a chance to use traditional molds as well as make free form creations. Sponsored by King County Parks and Issaquah Parks & Recreation. Dates: Fridays, January 13-March 16 Time: 4-6:00pm Place: Issaquah Community Hall Fee: $12.00 plus a $6.00 supply fee Ages: 15 and older For registration call: Anne Lipe, 485-0384 MAGIC OF MIME AN D IMPROVISATION The art of pantomime and improvisational acting is ex- plored in this highly participatory, beginning class. Body control, facial expression, and creative movement will be combined with activities which focus on concentratio n , quick thinking, believability, stage and performance skills, creativity and self-image. The class will be encouraged to participate in "street" mime (improvisational mime in public) and an end-of-the-class mini-performance (public invited) using full make-up and COStume. This program is co-sponsored by the Issaquah Parks & Dates: Recreation Dept. and Ben Franklin Store. The first two Time: weeks will involve candy making and the second two Place: weeks will include cake decorating. Ages: Dates: Tuesdays, Jan. 10-Jan. 31 Fee: Time: I0:'00-11:30am Instructor: Place: Issaquah Community Hall, 180 E. Sunset Way Fee: $18.00 - 4 weeks (supplies included) Wed. January 11-February 29 7-8: 30pm Issaquah Jr. High G-4 14 to adult $15.00 for 8 sessions Michael Van Slyck-Babayco (Michael the Mime) PROGRAM Dates: Wednesdays, Jan. 1t-Feb. 15 Time: 4:45-5:30pm Ages: 5 & 6 year olds Fee: $15.00 for 6 weeks Location: Clark Elementary Multipurpose Room Limit: 10 students per class Instructor: Joan Higgins LOCATIONS Issaquah High School, 700 2rid SE, Issaquah Issaquah Jr. High School, 400 1st SE, Issaquah Maywood Jr. High School, 14490 168th SE, Renton Pine Lake Jr. High School, 228th SE Issaquah-Pine Lake Rd., Issaquah Apollo Elementary, 15025 SE 117th, Renton Clark Elementary, 500 - 2nd SE, Issaquah Sunny Hills Elementary, 23232 Issaquah-Pine Lake Road, Issaquah Issaquah Valley Elementary, 22201 SE 72nd, Issaquah lssaquah Community Hall, 180 E Sunset Way, Issaquah Issaquah Senior Center, 105 -2nd Ave. NE, Issaquah January 24 - Learn the basic principles of massage so you can relieve stress, muscle tension, headaches, etc., from your partner, January 31 - fad dieting. NUTRITION OR SUPERSTITION -- Nu- trients -- What they are, where they are found and why you need them to stay slim. HOW SWEET IT IS -- The specific roll all the nutrients play in effective dieting - especially the effects of sugar and refined foods. If you've every reached for one family members or child. Learn massage techniques to,'- cookie and ended up eating the whole bag, stimulate and improve circulation, to relax, calm anfc/ .. you can't missthis one. relieve tension. Learn how to ease muscle aches and pair, s February 7 -- THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DIETING -- An from overdoing in sports or exercise and to make tired overview of the emotional aspects aching feet feel better. Marilyn Dickerson, a licersed massage therapist, has practiced in the Bellevue andattle areas for nine years. Date: Mondays, Jan. 16 - Feb. 6 Time: 7:45-9:45pm Place: Issaquah Jr. High F-3 Fee: $20.00 per student -- 4 weeks Supplies: Pad, 2 sheets, massage oil, comfortable clothing Instructor: Marilyn Dickerson CPR CLASS This class will cover the techniques of C.P.R. (Cardiopul- monary Resuscitation) and management of foreign body obstruction of the air way. Date: (Choose one) Wed. Jan. 11 Thurs. Jan. 26 Time: 6:45-10:00pm Place: Issaquah Senior Center Ages: 15 and older Fee: $2.00 per person Instructor: Certified CPR Instructor Maximum: 20 students NUTRITIONAL APPROACH TO WEIGHT LOSS dieting. Recognizing the stressors in your , life and what to do about them. Using relax- ation and creative imagery to take the willpower struggle out of dieting. Dates: January 17 - February 7 Time: 7-8:00pm Place: Issaquah Senior Center Fee: $5.00 per class or $12.00 for series Instructor: Diet Center Staff MAKING IT HAPPEN: CHANGING THROUGH CHOICE Do you want to change your life style but just can't seem to make it happen? Those New Year Resolutions can come true and you can even have fun in the process: A thinner healthier YOU A fitter healthier YOU An energized healthier YOU A non-smoking healthier YOU A relaxed healthier YOU A more aware healthier YOU Learn about the latest developments in physical fitness, nutrition, stress management, environmental health awareness and right brain learning. Practice techniques that overcome barriers to change and welcome 1984 with your Personal Wellness Plan. Come and have fun with others who are also trying to MAKE IT HAPPEN! The instructor, Marilyn Thaden, BSN MPH, has worked as a nurse/midwife and health care ad- ministrator for over 20 years throughout this country and In- dia. For the past 12 years she was a Branch Director with Public Health Service and now provides consultation to in- dividuals and organizations in the areas of health promo- tion, life style changes and human resource development. Dates: Wednesdays, Jan. 18, 25, Feb. 1 Time: 7-9:00pm Place: Ages: Fee: Instructor: Issaquah Senior Center Adults -- ages 16-110 years $24.00 includes the funbook Planning for Wellness by Ardell and Tager Marilyn Thaden Souvenir t-shirts 1 S750e by order only-- Allow 3 days for delivery Not available after Dec. 31 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS 45 Front Street South 392-6434 There is more to dieting than counting calories and struggl- ing with will power. Diet Center and the Issaquah Parks & Recreation Dept. offer a series of four classes in the Nutri- tional and Emotional approach to permanent weight con- trol. If dieting has reduced nothing but your self esteem and counting calories has helped your arithmetic more than your waist line -- Diet Center's Nutritional Behavior Modication workshops can help. Designed to give par- ticipants an insight into basic nutrition and an understan- ding of why fad dieting doesn't work. Topics will include: January 17 - WAS I BORN TO BE FAT? -- Understanding obesity, the fat cell theory, and the fallacy of w GROWING UP MALE... for fathers and sons together As boys reach puberty, they have many unanswered ques- tions about their developing bodies and changing emo- tions. This program provides an opportunity for fathers (or a trusted adult) and sons to gain accurate, up-to-date in- formation from medical personnel and education specialists about reproductive health issues and com- munication skills. Specific materials are provided which have been designed to help fathers and sons talk more comfortably about sexual concerns in a format that will en- courage ongoing family communication in the home en- vironment. Co-sponsored by Planned Parenthood. Date: Wednesday, Jan. 18 Place: Issaquah Jr. High Library Time: 7-9:00pm Fee: $5.00 per family group Instructors: Dr. Walter Andrews and Gary Beerman, Physician's Assistant. Co-sponsored by Planned Parenthood East ;F OWING UP FE AALE... for mothers and daughters together Girls are reaching puberty at a much earlier age in today's society and are often unprepared for the changes and decision-making skills this brings to their lives. This pro- gram provides accurate, up-to-date information from medical personnel and education specialists to mothers (or a trusted adult) and daughters about reproductive health issues, and feelings surrounding becoming a woman. Specific materials are provided which have been designed to help mothers and daughters talk more comfortably about sexual concerns in a format that will encourage ongoing family communication in the home environment. Co- sponsored by Planned Parenthood. Date: Wednesday, January 25 Place: Issaquah Jr. High Library Time: 7-9:00pm Fee: $5.00 per family group Instructors: Wendy Henderson, Family Life Teacher, Susan Halverson, Linda Ferris, Nurse Practi- tioners. Co-sponsored by Planned Paren- thood East. Pre-natal Conditioning TOLE PAINTING CHRISTMAS WORKSHOP Sat., Dec. 10 9 a.m.-5 p.m. $20.00 Pre-register I Winter Classes PATTERN BOOKS & FABRICS AVAILABLE FOR CABBAGE PATCH DOLLS CANVAS OIL PAINTING with Fern Young, begins Jan. 11,1 to 3:30, 6 lessons, $30. CAKE DECORATING, begins Jan. 10, 10.noon or 7-9 p.m., 5 lessons, $15. TOLE PAINTING, begins Jan. 12, 10-12:30 or 1-3:30 or 7-9:30, 6 lessons, $30. (graft Q00stle 19-1st Place N.W. Downlown [ssaquah 392-6123 i