Search A.L.L.

 ALL958 
Apps for iPhone and iPad 
Day/Time  Thursday 9:00-10:20 
Location C-115
SessionSecond 6 weeks 22-Mar
Limit: 25
  

Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007, App Store in 2008, iPad in 2010, and Apple Watch in 2015. Today there are more than two million apps for the iPhone, one million for the iPad, and ten thousand for the Apple Watch. Apple has sold over one billion iPhones worldwide. This course will explore apps for and features and functions of the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch for iOS 11 and Watch OS4. Various Apple and third-party apps will be demonstrated and displayed on the large classroom screen. Participants will be encouraged to share their favorite apps. Read the following on the internet: http://help.apple.com/iphone/11/ http://help.apple.com/ipad/11

Coordinator: Wayne Hoover

Wayne was employed by the U.S. Government for 39 years as a computer specialist, mathematician, and supervisory mathematician. After earning a doctorate in Mathematics at Michigan State University, he taught at George Washington University and also at CCCC.

 

 

 

 ALL878 
Basics of Estate Planning 
Day/Time  Friday 3:00-4:20 
Location C-115
SessionSecond 6 weeks 23-Mar
Limit: 25
  

This updated course covers the basics of estate planning: advance care directives, power of attorney, health care proxy, wills and trusts, administration of estates, estate taxation and Mass Health / Medicaid and nursing home decisions.

Coordinator: Arthur Crooks

Arthur is an estate planning and elder law attorney with over 30 years in practice. He serves as Chairman of the Dennis Council on Aging. Arthur has taught this course at A.L.L. for 10+ years.

 

 

 

 ALL993 
Bead Weaving: Herringbone 
Day/Time  Monday 1:30-2:50 
Location C-115
SessionSecond 6 weeks 19-Mar
Limit: 10
  

Explore variations in Herringbone stitch with a combination of lectures, demonstrations and hands on workshops that cater to your personal progress. Open to anyone who has taken previous A.L.L. bead weaving classes or has a basic knowledge of the Herringbone stitch.

Coordinator: Kathleen Taylor

Kathy is a lifelong artisan with degrees in art and education, and currently runs a bead shop, Not Just Beads, in West Dennis.

 

 

 

 ALL992 
Bead Weaving: Peyote 
Day/Time  Monday 12:00-1:20 
Location C-115
SessionSecond 6 weeks 19-Mar
Limit: 10
  

Explore variations in Peyote stitch with a combination of lectures, demonstrations and hands-on workshops that cater to your personal progress. Open to anyone who has taken previous A.L.L. bead weaving classes or has a basic knowledge of the Peyote stitch.

Coordinator: Kathleen Taylor

Kathy is a lifelong artisan with degrees in art and education, and currently runs a bead shop, Not Just Beads, in West Dennis.

 

 

 

 ALL927  FULL
FUNNY Business! 
Day/Time  Wednesday 1:30-2:50 
Location C-106
Session First 6 weeks 31-Jan
Limit: 25
   

Humor is one of our greatest survival tools. There is so much to learn about how humor works to make us wiser and more resilient. This course opens doors to understanding this complex, necessary aspect of our humanity. Who knows what enlightening revelations will emerge through the kinds of engaging, diverse 'funny business' excursions we will take along the way.

Coordinator: Nina Greenwald

Nina is an educational psychologist in the Graduate Program of Critical and Creative Thinking at UMass-Boston. She is a published author and educator/trainer who specializes in creative thinking, problem solving, invention and innovation, humor and thinking, and gifted education.

 

 

 

 ALL043 
Gathering and Cooking Cape Seafood 
Day/Time  Thursday 3:00-4:20 
Location C-106
Session12 weeks 1-Feb
Limit: 25
  

Learn about Cape shell fishing regulations and the necessary licenses, the equipment needed and where to find Cape seafood and how to cook it. Field trips and variety of guest speakers will be included. Many handouts will include great seafood recipes.

Coordinator: Peter Bogar

Peter has extensive experience with Cape seafood since his teen years. This will be his eleventh year with this course.

 

 

 

ALL965  FULL
Intermediate Bridge 
Day/Time  Friday 1:30-2:50 
Location C-106
Session 12 weeks 2-Feb
Limit: 25
   

This course follows earlier introductory courses on the card game Bridge. Students learn further bidding practices and play of the hand strategies. Students who took the introductory class and others with some knowledge of the game are welcome. All students will receive the Bridge Handbook for Beginners written by the coordinator free of charge.

Coordinator: Christopher Senie

Chris has practiced law for 30 years and developed a love of the card game Bridge over the past 15 years.

 

 

 

 ALL998  CANCELLED
Intermediate knitting 
Day/Time  Monday 10:30-11:50 
Location Downtown Campus, Hyannis
Session First 6 weeks 29-Jan
Limit: 10
   

This class is for experienced knitters who want to take their skill another step further. We will learn to increase, decrease, and make cables.

Coordinator: Stella Citrano

Stella has taught in the Mashpee and Falmouth Adult Education programs. This is her 3rd year teaching at A.L.L.