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Here’s a chance to learn to make a quick and easy recipe of everyone’s favorite traditional Southern fare. For our first class we’ll make and dine on Shrimp and Grits, a big summer salad, and Quick Key Lime Pie.
|2.5 hrs||Section #34100||BCCC8 830|
Eat Your Veggies! (rising 6th through rising 9th grade)
We’ll use fresh produce from the Farmers Market to make vegetable dishes. Some will be vegetarian, others will include some meat, and all will be delicious. Macerated summer fruit over ice cream makes a cooling dessert.
|2.5 hrs||Section #34101||BCCC8 830|
Homemade Ricotta and Pasta (rising 6th through rising 9th grade)
It is fun to make your own cheese. In this session we will use whole milk to produce big batches of ricotta cheese, and then we will make a creamy pasta and veggie dish for supper.
|2.5 hrs||Section #34102||BCCC8 830|
Tonight we will learn how bake bread with Rachel K., whose eponymous bakery is a local favorite. Each student will be proud to carry home the loaf of bread they baked. We will use the same dough to make pans of cinnamon rolls! Big glasses of cold milk will accompany the treats we take from the oven.
|3 hrs||Section #34103||BCCC8 830|
Breakfast for Supper (rising 6th through rising 9th grade)
Everyone loves breakfast for supper! Learn to make good omelets, Dutch baked pancakes (sweet or savory), and French toast all in one session. Big bowls of fresh cut-up fruit will round out our meal.
|2.5 hrs||Section #34104||BCCC8 830|
Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup (rising 6th through rising 9th grade)
Grilled cheese sandwiches and homemade tomato soup make a perfect supper on cool evenings. We will learn to make quick tomato soup garnished with Parmesan popcorn. And we will make at least five different kinds of grilled cheese sandwiches. It is amazing how much fun you can have making grilled cheese! No-bake icebox cookies are our dessert recipe.
|2.5 hrs||Section #34105||BCCC8 830|
Cupcakes and Cookies (ages 10 and up)
Learn baking and decorating skills to enjoy at home. In the first class students will bake lots of cookies and cupcakes from scratch. On the second and third days they will decorate them using colorful icing. Each student will have piping tips and bags, and a coupler to take home and continue using their new skills. Everyone will enjoy tasty and beautiful baked goods too.
|9 hrs||Section #34107||BCCC8 830|
Beginner Tennis (ages 6 and up)
Tennis is vigorous, exciting, and fun. Please join Doug Barthel, proprietor and tennis pro at The Racquet Club of Washington, and take up this game for a lifetime. Learn all the basic strokes of tennis: forehands, backhands, volleys, overheads, and serves. Learn positioning and movement on the court. We have rackets or bring your own. Just wear comfortable clothes and soft-soled shoes please. And be ready to play! No class week of July 4th.
|9:00am-10:30am||Mon||June 17-July 29
|9 hrs||Section #34110||Racquet Club of Washington
Kids Can Code! (ages 6 to 8)
The creators of Minecraft and Angry Birds started just like this; they learned the foundations of coding. Spend four mornings having fun and learning how to make things happen on a computer screen. Students will learn coding persistence and resilience as they control figures on a screen, create an avatar, and have action and movement in a background. Please bring your own headphones and be prepared to have some coding fun.
|9:00am-12:00pm||Mon-Thurs||July 8-July 11
|12 hrs||Section #34128||Building 2, Room 124A
A Fancy Dress-up Tea Party (ages 6 to 10)
Do join us, would you? Dress in your finest dress-uppery, and we’ll have additional boas, jewels, and tiaras to add. We will take a leisurely stroll around Building 8 so that everyone can admire our ensembles. Then we will set the table for a delightful tea party, and learn some proper party manners as we do. We will all sit down to enjoy savory and sweet dainties with our tea.
|2 hrs||Section #34182||Building 8, Room 830
Painting for Fun (grades 1 to 5)
Exercise creativity as you apply bright acrylic paints to stretch canvases. Feel pride in the painting you carry home along with the skill of painting for fun. We provide all the supplies in this art class. Please wear appropriate clothes for painting. Kathy Barthel at the Happy Canvas located in Racquet Club of Washington teaches these classes. We’re offering it twice.
|9:00am-10:30am||Tues-Thurs||Jun 25-Jun 27
|4.5 hrs||Section #34111||Raquet Club of Washington
|9:00am-10:30am||Tues-Thurs||Jul 23-Jul 25
|4.5 hrs||Section #34112||Raquet Club of Washington
Decoy Painting (ages 7 to 12)
Paint a beautiful duck decoy that you will always be proud to display. Along the way, learn about that duck and how it fits in to the environment of Eastern Carolina. The East Carolina Wildfowl Guild will guide this painting workshop, and its members will explain the importance of conserving wildfowl in our area. Enjoy a creative activity and learn about our native ducks and geese.
|2 hrs||Section #34183||BCCC Building 8A, 101
Learn to Play Piano (rising 3rd to 6th grade)
Spend four evenings uncovering musical talent. We have the keyboards for learning simple tunes that will lead to the pleasure of making music. Playing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star gives a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment. Participants may discover the desire to continue musical training after this class.
|6:00pm-7:30pm||Tues & Thurs||Jul 9-Jul 18
|6 hrs||Section #34115||BCCC Building 8, Room 829
CSI: BoCo (rising 5th to 7th grade)
A crime has been committed. The scene is waiting for young detectives to investigate, gather evidence, record observations, and help solve the case. Investigator Wesley Waters of the Beaufort County Sheriff ’s Office will help us. Students will learn the scientific methods of investigation and interrogation. They will test for prints, blood, and other evidence. They will properly manage the crime scene. They will assemble the evidence for presentation. They will bring the perpetrator to justice. And they will have fun in the process.
|9:00am-12:00pm||Mon & Tues
||Jul 8-Jul 9
|6 hrs||Section #34180||BCCC Building 8, Room 826
Knights and Ladies of the Court (rising 5th to 8th grade)
We hold this class on the stage so that budding thespians can experience the joy and fun of performing. Spend four days learning about acting, improv, and stage movement. Learn technical skills that support the production of a play. Practice storytelling. Spend time producing props, puppets, and stage makeup. In the last session, we will have a Renaissance themed performance that includes a dragon, court dancing, jesters, armored knights, crowned ladies, and jousting. You will be a star! All supplies included.
||Jul 8-Jul 11
|12 hrs||Section #34113||BCCC Building 8 Auditorium
Makeup, Hair, and Nails (rising 6th to 8th grade)
Join Instructors from BCCC’s Cosmetology Department to get the best advice for teen esthetics. Keep your skin clear and fresh by using proper hygiene. Learn the right makeup skills to enhance your best features. Explore hair styling basics for busy teens. Also, we will learn nail maintenance and reveal the best ways to apply nail polish. Each student will receive a lipstick applicator, an eye shadow applicator, mascara applicator, makeup sponge, and hairbrush. Look your best and keep your skin, hair, and nails clean and healthy.
|6:00pm-8:00pm||Tues & Thurs
||Jul 9-Jul 16
|6 hrs||Section #34114||BCCC Building 8, Room 826
Google Game Design (ages 8 to 13)
Join this class and learn how to program various types of digital games using the Google Computer Science First® and Scratch® interfaces. Moms and Dads, you may not understand this, but your kids do! Game styles include racing, mazes, platform, strategy, and others. Learn how games like Super Mario, Angry Birds, Candy Crush, and Flappy Bird were created. It is fun and interactive. Students, please bring your own headphones. We have scheduled 2 sections to allow lots of kids to enjoy this class.
|12 hrs||Section #34121||BCCC Building 2, Room 127A
||Jul 15-Jul 18
|12hrs||Section #34122||BCCC Building 2, Room 127A
Google Fashion Design (ages 8 to 13)
Fashion designers use computer designers to help create and produce the clothes we wear. Using the Google Computer Science First® and Scratch® interfaces we will explore the use of coding in fashion design. We will build fashion themed programs like a fashion walk, a stylist tool, and a pattern maker. Budding fashionistas will be glad they enrolled in this class! Please bring your own headphones.
||Jul 15-Jul 18
|12 hrs||Section #34129||BCCC Building 2, Room 127A
Measure twice, cut once. Woodworking requires thoughtful planning, creative thinking, attention to process, and safe execution. Then there is the part about making cool things. Please join Ken Adams at Washington High School’s woodworking shop to enjoy making a Washer Game, a Display Shelf, and a Custom Stepping Stool. Students will enjoy these projects long after class is over, and they will have good woodworking skills to practice at home. All supplies are included.
||Jun 24-Jun 27
|12 hrs||Section #34130||Washington High School Carpentry Shop
Dances are always fun when Beach Music is playing, and the Shag is the favorite couples dance in the Carolinas. Come and learn to shag and enjoy the fellowship in our dancing classroom. It will not take long to master the basic steps and at least six fun moves. Dance etiquette will be included in the instruction.
|6:00pm-7:30pm||Tues & Thurs
||Jul 11-Jul 30
|9 hrs||Section #34116||Building 4, Room 102
3-D printing is the future of manufacturing, and it has many scientific and medical applications as well. Students will use computer software to create three-dimensional renderings of an object, and then they will employ geometric constraints and extrusions to modify the rendering. Finally, they will set-up and run a 3-D printer to create the object. It sounds complex, but it really is fun when Joshua Kelly, BCCC Mechatronics Instructor, leads the way. All supplies are included, and participants will carry home the object they create.
|5:30pm-8:00pm||Tues & Thurs
||Jul 23-Aug 1
|10 hrs||Section #34117||Building 4, Room 104
For more information or to register, please contact:
Continuing Education Registration & Records Clerk