Youth Classes

Program Description

Young Adult/Adult — Dining Etiquette

Instructor: S. Godke

Prerequisite: Ages 14 and up

First impressions are VITAL! Whether you are on a date, college visit or social gathering, you need to know dining etiquette. Join us for a five-course meal in the private dining room as the talented Chef Stephanie Godke reviews proper dining etiquette. Come alone, bring your teen or make it a fun evening out with friends as this is a fun, enjoyable and informative evening!

Last day to receive a refund: Mar. 20 

1 Tuesday       Mar. 27                6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
CRN 11369    The Cellar            Fee $30

The Cellar, 1375 State Street, Geneseo, IL


Etiquette — Manners Still Matter

Instructor: S. Adamson

You never get a second chance to make a first impression! Good eye contact, introductions, making small talk and overall good manners are necessary social skills. Etiquette, ‘netiquette, politeness, getting and giving compliments, common courtesy and dining skills are all foundations for success in life! The first night of fun interactive instruction will be held at BHC and the 2nd night of practical application will be in the private dining room at The Cellar. (Fee includes student’s meal at The Cellar.)

Middle School/High School

2 Tuesdays     Apr. 17 – Apr. 24   5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

CRN 11370    Bldg. 3 – Rm. 302 Fee $35

1st Night: BHC – Building 3, 6600 34th Ave., Moline, IL   (Room 302)

2nd Night: The Cellar, 1375 State Street, Geneseo, IL


Babysitting Clinic

Instructor: L. Carey

Prerequisite: Ages 11 – 16

This clinic will teach students the responsibilities of a babysitter, what parents expect, how to handle emergencies, caring for and handling infants and young children, feeding techniques and diapering, age-appropriate toys and activities, tips for bedtime issues and much more! Students will learn basic first aid and how to handle emergencies that arise such as injuries, illnesses and household accidents. As babysitting will be many students’ first job, interviewing also will be reviewed. Preregistration is required. Sorry, walk-ins are not allowed. Students need to bring their own sack lunch and snack. Certificate will be awarded upon completion.

1 Saturday     Apr. 7                   9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
CRN 11371    Bldg. 3 – Rm. 311       Fee $55

1 Saturday     Apr. 28                 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
CRN 11372    CEC – Rm. 121     Fee $55


Animal Art with Air-Dry Clay

Instructor: A. Rogers

Prerequisite: Ages 8 and up

Let’s make animals! Register as a twosome with your child or grandchild for this fun class. Using a simple method that’s easy to learn we will sculpt our favorite pets out of air-dry clay and add texture and facial expressions. During the second class, we’ll add color with acrylic paints. Whether you are looking to create a gift or just want to be creative, this is a wonderful opportunity to spend time together.

2 Tuesdays     Apr. 3 – Apr. 10     6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
CRN 11373    Bldg. 4 – Rm. 131      Fee $30 for pair

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East Moline, IL 61244
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309-796-8223

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