Learn the basics of bird watching and bird identification to join the over 50 million Americans who have bird watching as a hobby. Participants will learn about Citizen Science opportunities in order to submit their observations to join world-wide databases on bird behavior. This course includes 2 in-class session and 2 field trips (recommended to wear walking shoes). Diane Smith, Bucks County Audubon Society
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 6308 C01/ $89
2 Thurs. classes 3/27-4/3, 6:00-8:00pm
2 Sat. field trips 4/5-4/12, 8:00am-10:00am
Bucks County Audubon Society
High-Impact Event Planning
A great event is one that looks easy to the beholder. However, as anyone who has planned events will tell you, this is almost never the case. Whether a one hour meeting or a two week conference, after completing this course, you will have the foresight to anticipate problems before they happen and the organizational tools necessary to plan great events of every kind, making you the go-to person whenever an event is around the corner. Thomas Wingert
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 8802 C01/ $79
Sat., 2/8, 9:00am-4:00pm
Instant Speed Reading
Increase your reading speed in just one class! Learn to eliminate the reading hang-ups that are slowing your reading experience. Whether for work or school, or just to catch up on summer reading, we will show you how to increase your reading speed while improving reading comprehension. This method was created by Dave Farrow, designated as Sony’s speed reading spokesperson for the Sony Reader. Wendy Richmond, B.S.
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 1532 C01/ $35
Mon, 4/14, 6:30-9 pm
Approved Hours: 2.5 (Act 48)
Introduction to Evaluating, Appraising, and Establishing Antique Values
Come discover evaluation and appraisal techniques which you can use for personal, legal or insurance purposes. Learn the proper way to investigate and establish values of antiques and collectibles. Then have fun practicing what you have learned as you participate in a “Mock Road Show Event” within the classroom setting. Each participant should bring one item for appraisal. Daniel Worden
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 6684 C01/ $25
1 Thur. 4/24, 6:00-9:00pm
Unleash Your Brain: Increase Your Memory
Are you always forgetting where you left things? Do you want to stop forgetting why you walked into a room? Discover the system created by a Guinness Record holder for Greatest Memory. Learn to easily recall names, dates and facts, effortlessly recall details from conversations exactly when you need them, and quickly learn foreign language vocabulary. In only one session, you will triple your memory, learn the secret to triggering your long term memory at will, and unleash perfect focus when you need it most. This system was featured on Live with Regis and Kelly, CNN, Fox News, The Today Show, Discovery Channel, and more. Wendy Richmond, B.S.
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 4203 C01/ $35
Tu, 4/21, 6:30-9 pm
Approved Hours: 2.5 (Act 48)
Easybridge – an Introduction to Duplicate Bridge
"Bridge is the world’s greatest game of the mind!" Do you like to have fun? Meet new people? Want to keep your brain sharp? Bridge is stimulating and challenging and provides the ideal setting for socializing and making new friends. If you have never played before, this is the class for you. You will be playing bridge right from the first lesson. Barbara Patterson, certified ACBL Instructor
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 5012 C01/ $89 (plus $15 book fee payable to instructor)
6 Wed, 1/15-2/19, 4-6pm
Intermediate Duplicate Bridge
Intermediate Duplicate Bridge is designed for players looking to practice bridge and improve their game. Not designed for the absolute beginner but for the intermediate or improving player. This course gives basic introduction to the standard bidding conven-tions used on bridge websites as well as duplicate clubs.
Barbara Patterson, certified ACBL Instructor
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 5013 C01/ $79 (plus $15 book fee payable to instructor)
6 Wed, 1/15-2/19, 6-8pm
Archeology - Humanity Unearthed; Bones, Stones and Stories
your inner Indiana Jones by examining the breakthroughs responsible for our modern interpretation of human origins. Investigate the history of many major paleanthropological discoveries. This program is designed to be entertaining and informative. and encourages an exchange of ideas by introducing participants to topics using a "hands-on" approach. See fossils, prehistoric artifacts and explore history through lively conversation, film clips and PowerPoint presentations. Matthew Bielecki, B.S., B.A.
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 2128 C01/ $85
4 Wed, 2/19-3/12, 6:30-8:30pm
Pet First Aid (Dog and Cat)
(adults only please)
Pet (dog and cat) first aid basics - learn what to do for your pet in most common emergencies your pet can be safely transfered to your veterinarian for appropriate care. Discover various toxins and other household hazards that can affect your pet. You will receive a list of first aid kit essentials, and be told what you should look for in a premade pet emergency kit. Dr. Dawn Filos, V.M.D.
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 6319 C01/
$69 per person, $125 per couple (plus $9 materials fee payable to instructor, $13 book fee)
4 Wed. 2/19-3/12, 6:00-8:00pm
Total Home Organization – Clean and Clutter Free
Is clutter driving you crazy? Do you aspire to come home to an organized, modern home? Explore practical and easy to implement solutions that will improve your home organization. Effective commercial products will be demonstrated as well as do-it-yourself ideas. You will leave this class with fresh ideas to make your home totally organized! Jennifer Peters, M.A.
Newtown Campus/RCEGN 6774 C01/ $59 (plus $11 text)/
3 Thur, 2/27-3/13, 6:30-8:30pm
Getting Paid to Talk: Making Money with Your Voice
Ever been told you have a great voice? From audio books and cartoons to documentaries, commercials, and more, this class will introduce you to the growing field of voice over. Learn what the pros look for, how to prepare, and where to find work in your area! We’ll discuss industry pros and cons, play samples from working voice professionals and provide an opportunity for students to record a short professional script under the direction of the instructor.
For a more detailed class description:
Newtown Campus/$49/RSBEN 0004 C01
Mon, 3/31/14, 6:30-9:00pm
Private Pilot Ground School
Upon course completion, students will be equipped with the necessary knowledge to take the FAA’s written exam to become a Private Pilot. Aircraft systems, aerodynamics, flight instruments, navigation, weather, flight planning, regulations, and airspace will all be covered. Robert W. Lamberti, CFA, CFI/II, AGI, IGI
Must be 15 years old prior to the start of the class.
Newtown Campus/ $500 (includes $200 Private Pilot Kit)/ RCEGN 9000 C01/
C01 / 8 Mo, 2/24-4/14; 6:30-9:30pm,
FREE information session, Newtown Campus
Mo, 1/27, 6:30–8:00pm. Call 215-968-8409 (option 1) & register for XCEGN 9001 C01
Have your questions answered and learn about careers which require a pilot’s license.
Free Vacations – Travel Free, and Make Money Doing It!
Would you like FREE vacations? With the current challenging economy, it is so important to learn the inside secrets to free travel. From how to maximize your frequent flyer miles and get "bumped" for a free flight, to travelling as an Air Courier or working as a tour guide or teaching English abroad, you will discover all the tips, and safety and travel advice from an expert "free" traveler. Gina Henry, M.I.M.
Newtown Campus/$39 (plus $15 book fee [retails for $39.95], payable to instructor)/RCEGN 2032 C01/
Tu, 5/13, 6:00-9:30 pm