UPCOMING CLASSES & PRESENTATIONS

 

Spectacular Succulent Arrangements
@ Glendale Community College

Succulents are great for container gardens, centerpieces, table decor, and even wedding bouquets! Learn what makes these low maintenance plants tick and how to grow them on your patio or kitchen table. Succulents come in a wide variety of shapes, textures, and colors, and are inexpensive and easy to propagate with cuttings. Arrangements can be enjoyed for months and then replanted in your garden. Growing tips and cultivation information will enable you to share these wonderful plants with others. Registration is open: https://cse.glendale.edu/CourseStatus.awp?&Course=20UCA165%20%20%20%20&DirectFrom=Schedule

July 11, 2020
Saturday, 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
July 25, 2020
Saturday 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Spectacular Succulents
@ Westside Extension (West Los Angeles College)

Succulents are great for container gardens, centerpieces, table decor, and even wedding bouquets! Learn what makes these low maintenance plants tick and how to grow them on your patio or kitchen table. Succulents come in a wide variety of shapes, textures, and colors, and are inexpensive and easy to propagate with cuttings. Arrangements can be enjoyed for months and then replanted in your garden. In this workshop, you will learn how to design your own living arrangement. Growing tips and cultivation information will enable you to share these wonderful plants with others. Registration is open: https://westlac.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=43524&int_category_id=0&int_sub_category_id=0&int_catalog_id=0

August 1, 2020
Saturday 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Birdwatching Basics
@ Westside Extension

Do you wish you knew the names of the birds in your backyard? Or the birds you see while hiking? More than a hobby, birding connects you with nature in a fun and inexpensive way. Whether you’re a backpacker or someone who prefers relaxing on the back porch, this beginning birding class can enrich your outdoor experiences. Birding is also a fun way to meet other people who spend time appreciating our feathered friends. Conservationist, author, and educator Sandy Masuo will share natural history and information about birds, techniques for birdwatching, and field guides. Learn how to identify birds using field marks, songs, and behavior. Plus you’ll discover ways you can get more involved in the birding community. Registration: https://westlac.augusoft.net/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=43525&int_category_id=0&int_sub_category_id=0&int_catalog_id=0

August 15, 2020
Saturday 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
Birdwatching Basics
@ Glendale Community College

Do you wish you knew the names of the birds in your backyard? Or the birds you see while hiking? More than a hobby, birding connects you with nature in a fun and inexpensive way. Whether you’re a backpacker or someone who prefers relaxing on the back porch, this beginning birding class can enrich your outdoor experiences. Birding is also a fun way to meet other people who spend time appreciating our feathered friends. Conservationist, author, and educator Sandy Masuo will share natural history and information about birds, techniques for birdwatching, and field guides. Learn how to identify birds using field marks, songs, and behavior. Plus you’ll discover ways you can get more involved in the birding community. Registration: https://cse.glendale.edu/CourseStatus.awp?&Course=20USI044%20%20%20%20&DirectFrom=Schedule

October 7–28, 2020
4 Wednesdays

The Write Stuff: Basic Skills for Effective Prose

@ Glendale Community College

Stories are the essence of what makes us human. Through them we share experiences, learn new perspectives, and explore the world around us. With this four-part course, we will delve into writing basics—generating ideas, structuring narrative (fiction and non-fiction), crafting prose, and the revision process. Each evening includes a brief lecture, in class writing exercises and discussions. This workshop will leave you with a firm grasp on the essentials of crafting a compelling story. The goal is to lead you to a finished piece by the end of the workshop. This course requires about one hour outside of class time working on assignments. Registration not yet open.

October 17, 2020
Saturday
November 7, 2020 Saturday

Sex in the Garden: The Dirt on Plant Reproduction

@ Westside Extension (West Los Angeles College)

Birds do it... Bees do it... But it’s because plants do it that every other living organism on our planet is able to. Join author, educator, plant nerd, and garden voyeur Sandy Masuo for a peek into the world of plant reproduction. Learn about selfing, cloning, and threesomes with pollinators (in both exclusive and open relationships).You’ll never look at flowers the same way again! Registration not yet open.

Sex in the Garden: The Dirt on Plant Reproduction

@ Glendale Community College

Birds do it... Bees do it... But it’s because plants do it that every other living organism on our planet is able to. Join author, educator, plant nerd, and garden voyeur Sandy Masuo for a peek into the world of plant reproduction. Learn about selfing, cloning, and threesomes with pollinators (in both exclusive and open relationships).You’ll never look at flowers the same way again! Registration not yet open.

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