Vol. 10, No. 8 – January 18 – January 31, 2017 – City classes

City of Ventura Barranca Vista Imagination Center classes.  Check out hundreds more on web-site

Call  658-4726 or 654-7553 to register, if you already have an ACTIVENET account online, visit www.cityofventura.net Classes and events held at the Barranca Vista Center ~ 7050 Ralston Street in Ventura unless otherwise noted

New Year-New You!  18 years-adult
1/20     F          9:30 am-12:30 pm        $40+$20 materials fee  #8221
Join Alison Mytych and your friends for hikes, art projects, camaraderie and new perspectives on our great state. Meet in the City Hall Atrium for an “art hike” up the moderate-to-easy trails behind City Hall. Class held at 501 Poli St.

Friday Night Tap  12 years-adult
1/20-2/10         F          6:30-7:30 pm   $40      #8015
Learn basic steps, combinations and routines to upbeat rhythms and music. Classes are progressive but designed for the beginner. Instructor Elli Busch. Classes held at Billy Clower Dance Studio, 75 MacMillian Ave. in Ventura.

Mad Science System 3: Did Someone Say Science?  5-12 years
1/24-2/28         Tu        4:30-5:30         $115+ $35 supply fee  #8189
Discover the wonders of chemistry, flight and aerodynamics. Experiment with inertia, gravity and centrifugal force. Find out the science behind magic tricks, analyze structures and experiment with conductors to create your very own circuit to take home.

Basic Guitar  9 years-adult
1/24-2/28         Tu        7-8:30 pm        $55      #8039
Bring your own acoustic or electric guitar to learn folk and pop strums, patterns and chord progressions. At Dudley House, 197 N Ashwood St. Instructor Randy Covington.

Big City Inspirations  18 years-adult
1/25-2/22         W        10-11:30 am     $85      #8080
Use wood, paint, fabric and found objects to create skylines, people and interiors inspired by the world’s big cities. Instructor Judee Hauer.

Adult Ballet  18 years-adult
1/25-3/15         W        7:30-8:30 pm   $60      #8084
Release stress as you tone, strengthen and increase flexibility. Wear comfortable clothes for easy movement. Instructor Jenae Kartawidjaja.

 

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