Life Enrichment

 
Puppy Training Class
Please call 307.778.1236 to register for classes. 
Spring 2015 Outreach & Workforce Development schedule
 
The Life Enrichment program offers an array of personal enrichment courses designed to enhance a person's life and lets them explore new interests.
  • Arts and crafts
  • Business and professional
  • Dance
  • Gardening
  • Senior classes
  • Water aerobics and swimming lessons
  • And more … numerous online classes also are available.

Life Enrichment Instructor Proposal Form

People interested in teaching for Life Enrichment will complete and submit this form with their Human Resources application. Anyone is welcome to submit a proposal. By submitting this form, it’s not a guarantee that a person will teach a Life Enrichment course.

All proposals will be considered by a committee and all HR paperwork must be complete to teach.

Life Enrichment classes at the Albany County Campus 

Instructor: Jared Long

  • Section 600

Brewing class

  • Wednesday, Jan. 21 through March 18 (8 sessions)
  • 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Cost $135

Instructor: Jared Long

  • Section 601
  • Wednesday, March 25 through May 13 (8 sessions)
  • 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Cost $135

This course is designed to give students an introduction to brewing science. Over the course of eight sessions, the following topics will be covered; history of brewing, raw ingredients (water/yeast/barley/hops), brew house equipment/technology, cleaning/sanitation, home brewing, fermentation, recipe development, sensory analysis, beer styles, beer geography, the current state of craft beer and brewing procedures. This course will alternate between a lecture format and hands-on experiences held at Altitude Chophouse and Brewery (sensory/ingredient analysis and brewing). While the majority of this class will focus in brewing as practiced in a commercial setting, the content will certainly be applicable to students interested in home brewing. As a culminating experience, students will collaborate to develop an original recipe to be brewed at Altitude Chophouse and Brewery for release to the public.

Classes will meet at the Laramie Plains Civic Center Campus every other week, and rotate between the Altitude Chophouse and Brewery. The first class will be held on campus.

  • Instructor: Lee Lane
  • Section 600:
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 8 through Feb. 18 (8 sessions)
  • 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.
  • Cost $50

Discover the art and artists of the Italian Renaissance.

  • Instructor: Lee Lane
  • Section 600:
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 23 through March 3 (6 sessions)
  • 6:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.
  • Cost $50

Discover the art and artists of the Renaissance in Northern Europe and Spain.

  • Instructor: Tori Bonham
  • Wednesday, Jan. 19 through April 29 (15 sessions)
  • 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

This course will develop clear communication between horse and rider and equip the rider with the tools necessary to take them to a higher level of horsemanship. This course will be individual based on the rider's level of experience. The course curriculum will be based on a holistic hands-on approach to empower the rider with confidence and skills necessary for success in the horse industry.