Click here to download a .pdf of the Spring/Summer 2022 line-up of classes.

Only bus trips and classes with fees are available for in-person registration..  Read the inside cover and pages 1 and 2 carefully.  Complete the checklist on page 36 before sending your registration.

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Spring/Summer 2022
Eau Claire

 

45. Refresh, Redo, or Renew Something Special for Spring
Transition your home décor from winter into spring and revitalize a room or an area by refreshing, redoing, or renewing something special. Bring in a memento and turn it into a focal point. Sandy will demonstrate how to do that using a wreath. Then she will give you suggestions and pointers for your item. If you want a completely new piece, buy one from Sandy’s store. Take home a piece that carries memories with a fresh, spring look. Register for one session only. Limit 20 per session.
Presenter: Sandy O’Connell
Coordinator: Marilyn Hagen (715) 210-0073
Monday: March 7 A 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Monday: March 28 B 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Avalon European Floral Shop, 421 Water Street
Cost: $10

 

46. Failure Is Impossible
Eau Claire Women in Theater (ecWIT) have created another original presentation, and we are privileged to offer you the opportunity to enjoy it! “Failure Is Impossible” imagines a reunion of leading suffragists celebrating the 100th anniversary of passage of the 19th Amendment which granted women the ballot. Since March is Women’s History Month, this is an exciting way to start it.
Presenters: Eau Claire Women in Theater (ecWIT)
Coordinator: Elizabeth Fischer (715) 874-5633
Tuesday: March 8 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Peace Lutheran Church, 501 E Fillmore Ave. Enter on Nimitz St. side.
Cost: $10

 

47. Crex Meadows Visit
Experience Crex Meadows through the lens of local photographer Jim Backus. These 30,000 state-owned acres of marsh, woodlands, and prairie are located just north of Grantsburg, Wisconsin, and are home to 600 types of plants and 270 species of birds, including Sandhill Cranes and Trumpeter Swans. Your visit to Crex will include its beauty and variety during the spring and fall migrations.
Presenter: Jim Backus, Magoo Nature Photography
Coordinator: Jim Urness (715) 832-5670
Thursday: March 10 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Peace Lutheran Church, 501 E Fillmore Ave. Enter on Nimitz St. side

 

48. Shutterfly – Do More with Your Digital Photos
With Shutterfly, you can transfer your precious photos to beautiful high quality books, coffee cups, canvas prints, pillows, puzzles, and so much more. Get step-by-step details in this small class just for CVLR members. Session will include a link to the class recording to guide you in your own projects. Limit 10
Presenter: Sara Reimann – Hill,
Sara’s One Stop Computer Shop
Coordinator: Amy Alpine (917) 446-5983
Thursday: March 10 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Via Zoom only
Cost: $20

Bio:  Sara has more than 20 years working with computer technology.  She owns Sara’s One Stop Computer Shop In Siren, WI which specializes in computer sales and service, virus removal, web design, mobile device support, as well as technology tutoring.

 

49. Tapping and Collecting Maple Syrup
Explore the tradition of collecting sap and making syrup here in Wisconsin. You will find out about the tools of the trade and take a guided tour of the sugar bush. Learn which trees to tap and how it is done, from tapping the tree to boiling the sap to making the syrup. Then sample the brown gold on some vanilla ice cream. Limit 25
Presenter: Jim Schweibert
Coordinator: Herb Ruscin (715) 877-1642
Friday: March 11 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Beaver Creek Reserve, two miles north of Fall Creek on Hwy K
Cost: $10

 

50. The ABC’s of Mason Bees
The busy mason bees, native to North America, are super pollinators. Their forte is pollinating fruit and nut trees, berry bushes and early bloomers. One mason bee can do the work of eighty honeybees. Sound industrious? Attend this presentation to learn how they accomplish this. If pollination is your goal and you have a desirable habitat free from pesticides and herbicides, consider these hive-less bees and optimize your garden’s potential.
Presenter: Rita Gundry, Master Gardener Volunteer
Coordinator: Karen Schauer (715) 559-1234
Wednesday: March 16 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Peace Lutheran Church, 501 E Fillmore Ave. Enter on Nimitz St. side.  Location change

 

51. Make a Barn Quilt – a Day of FUN and CREATIVITY
Barn quilts are painted quilt squares on wood frames that are popping up on buildings across the country. Add a permanent splash of color to your yard or garden with a barn quilt. Choose from several patterns and design and paint your own square. Your project will be dry by the end of the class. Make a 2′ by 2′ or a 4′ by 4′ board. Instructions, all materials, and lunch are included in the price. Min 8, Max 12.
Presenter: Mary Kolstad
Coordinator: Karen Schauer (715) 559-1234
Tuesday: March 22 8:15 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level,
1616 Bellinger Street
Cost: 2′ by 2′ board $60; 4’ x 4’ board $95 includes a pizza lunch.

 

52. Carson Park: Stories from the Past, Crossroads in Its History
Carson Park has been the recreational heart of Eau Claire for over a hundred years. Most of us visit the park many times a year to enjoy one its recreational or educational venues. In this program we will review the history of the space we now call Carson Park and decision points that would have led to a different present. We will examine the beginnings of the park’s current attractions, and our own personal histories with Carson Park. Limit 50
Presenter: Tim Hirsch
Coordinator: Mike Hilger (715) 832-882

Tuesday: March 22 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.  Section A   Full

Wednesday, March 23 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.  Section B  Open

Chippewa Valley Museum in Carson Park

 

53. Balm Basics
Learn to make your own healing and moisturizing balms. Using organic, skin-nutritious oils, infused herbs, essential oils, and local beeswax, we’ll formulate a recipe and make a batch of lip balm and some moisturizing balm bars. You will take home samples of each, learn healing properties of herbs and oils, and get hands-on practice making your own natural and organic skincare products! Limit 16
Presenter: Nancy Brooks,
Hand-Crafted Soap and Cosmetic Guild teacher
Coordinator: Amy Alpine (917) 446-5983
Tuesday: March 22 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Chippewa Valley Museum in Cason Park
Cost: $21

Bio:  Nancy Brooks grew up in rural Pierce County with the woods and wildflowers as her playground. Knowing the names and uses of local native herbs and plants was a part of life, ensured by her mother and grandma. Today she still enjoys her time in the woods, but also in the kitchen and her workroom, where it is not unusual to find nettle tea steeping, calendula soap curing and comfrey balm cooling.  Nancy and her family operate Shady Lane Farm near Martell, WI, where they produce organic, herbal bath and body products, along with organic chickens and eggs.  She is a regular vendor at farmers’ markets and other events, including historical enactments and educational traditional crafts demonstrations.  Nancy is a certified soap maker with teacher status through the Hand-Crafted Soap and Cosmetic Guild, and she presents many natural skin care classes, and other herb-based classes and native plant walks locally throughout the year.   

 

54. Get Ready to be Blown Away…by Wind Energy
Learn about the growing renewable energy industry by exploring the life cycle of a wind farm from development to operation. Lindsey Karls and Tim Shevket from RWE Renewables will provide details about wind energy, how turbines can power thousands of Wisconsin homes, why wind matters more now than ever, and how the world’s 4th largest renewable energy company creates projects and partnership with local communities.
Presenters: Lindsey Karls, Development Outreach Manager  and Tim Shevket, Wind Development Manager for RWE
Coordinator: Amy Alpine (917) 446-5983
Thursday: March 24 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Via Zoom only

Bios: Lindsey Karls joined RWE in May 2021.  As Development Outreach Manager, she uses her background in advocacy and awareness to further her passion for sustainable energy solutions.  Lindsey holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Iowa College of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Business Administration from Anderson University. She currently resides in Central Illinois and has strong ties to the Midwest and the local farming community.

Tim Shevket has a background in geological and environmental studies and served as a land and resource coordinator in the aggregate mining industry. He joined RWE in 2018 to use his education and experience to further his interest in environmental sustainability as a renewable energy developer.

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55. Excursion to Botswana
In the fall of 2005 Joe undertook a three-week photo excursion to Botswana with a guide and five other photographers and presented a CVLR program on it shortly thereafter. Since then his experience with image processing has increased. That fact as well as the improvements in Photoshop and Lightroom software prompted him to rework those images as well as to tackle images that were bypassed as unsatisfactory at that time. We think you will like the new version.
Presenter: Joe Motto, MD
Coordinator: Jim Urness (715) 832-5670
Tuesday: March 29 10:00 – 11:30 a.m
Peace Lutheran Church, 501 E Fillmore Ave. Enter on Nimitz St.side.

 

56. Tour First Choice Computer Recycling Center
Is there a better alternative to throwing outdated computers or appliances in the landfill? Learn how to responsibly and safely dispose of electronic equipment and appliances at the end of their lifespan. Join Ralph for a tour of First Choice Recycling. Learn what they repair, reuse, how and where electronic materials are recycled to protect our environment and reintroduced to the manufacturing stream. Regan will join the tour to answer any additional recycling questions. Limit 30
Presenters: Ralph Hutchens, Owner First Choice Recycling Center
Regan Watts, Eau Claire County Recycling  and Sustainability Coordinator
Coordinator: Kathy Campbell (715) 835-3180
Wednesday: March 30 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Full
First Choice Recycling, 525 Park Ridge Court Enter at Office Door

 

57. The Sesquicentennial of Eau Claire: The Economic Evolution of a Modern City, 1872-2022
The author and historian will focus on the changes in the Eau Claire economy over the past 150 years and the way this has conditioned the social and cultural life of the city. Unlike some cities, Eau Claire was able to reinvent itself, and the history of Eau Claire is really the story of three separate communities, each contributing to the creation of the vibrant, destination city that we enjoy today. Some prominent businesses and individuals will also be looked at.
Presenter: Brian Blakeley
Coordinator: John Stoneberg (715) 832-8315
Tuesday: April 5 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

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58. What Is Included in Hospice Services?
Chances are that, sometime, we or a loved one will want to avail ourselves of hospice services. Those who have already done so have reported finding it extremely helpful, not only for the dying person but for the family as well. Amy Leonardson, Manager of Business Development for Heartland Hospice, will answer any questions you have about hospice services and offer suggestions for preparing for a death in the family.
Presenter: Amy Leonardson, Manager of Business Development for Heartland Hospice
Coordinator: Barb Hebert (715) 514-9692
Wednesday: April 6 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L. E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B (Lower Level), 1616 Bellinger Street

 

59. Greenplants, Terrariums, Succulents and Orchids – Do I Have Your Attention Now?
Take a look at your indoor houseplants this spring. Learn how to repot, maintain, and treat your houseplants. Terrariums are back in, and we will show you how to plant and maintain these beautiful glass gardens. We will also take a look at succulents – how to care for them indoors and then outdoors this summer. Lastly everybody loves orchids, but some feel they are hard to care for. Learn easy care for your indoor orchids.
Presenter: Angie Willier, May’s Floral
Coordinator: Elizabeth Fischer (715) 874-5633
Thursday: April 7 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
May’s Floral, 3424 Jeffers Road

 

60. Exploring Poetry: Time, Meter, Rhyme
We ran out of time exploring time as a poetic topic last fall, so this session will continue with that topic as well as look into poetry’s musical timing features: meter and rhyme.  No need to have attended previous Exploring Poetry Sessions or to be familiar with poetry. You just need to be open to how poetry reframes everyday experiences and everyday objects, enlivening our sense of the world around us.
Presenter: Erna Kelly
Coordinator: Elizabeth Fischer (715) 874-5633
Thursdays: April 7 and 14 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, 1616 Bellinger Street, Thompson Room

 

61. What Is Recyclable?
We all know glass, tin, and newspapers go in the recycling bin. If you’ve wondered what to do with cardboard, paint, electrical cords, mattresses and all the rest, Regan will teach you what belongs in the curbside bin and how to dispose of other items responsibly. Regan will clarify recycling guidelines and share new opportunities to recycle household items available in Eau Claire County.
Presenters: Regan Watts, Eau Claire County Recycling and Sustainability Coordinator
Sue Waits, JONAH Environmental Task Force Co-Chair
Coordinator: Kathy Campbell (715) 835-3180
Friday: April 8 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

 

62. Create a Fused Glass Garden Stake
Design a Fused Glass Garden Stake or Plant Stake. Choose a color for the base and various embellishments to fashion your own colorful, weatherproof art. The tall garden stake is on a 3’ round piece of steel; the shorter plant stake is on a 18” piece of heavy-duty aluminum. If time allows, make a second stake for $15. Your project will be fired in Jean’s studio and ready to pick up on Monday, April 18, at 1:30 p.m. at the L.E. Phillips Senior Center Limit 15
Presenter: Jean Romanshek
Coordinator: Kathy Campbell (715) 835-3180
Monday: April 11 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.  Full
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, 1616 Bellinger Street, Thompson Room
Cost: $20

    

 

63. The Sesquicentennial of Eau Claire: The Changing Nature of National, State, and Local Politics, 1872-2022
The author and historian will focus on the demographic, economic, and social changes in Eau Claire that led the city to abandon its firm commitment to the Grand Old Party and to become a Democratic leaning two-party community at the national and state levels. The principal focus will be on the changes that politically occurred at the local level with Eau Claire embracing three different forms of municipal governance over time. Interesting politicians will be highlighted, and the changing role of the City Manager will also be discussed.
Presenter: Brian Blakeley
Coordinator: John Stoneberg (715) 832-8315
Tuesday: April 12 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

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64. Hiding in Plain Sight: Standard Language Ideology and Linguistic Bias
How does the belief that there is only one correct way to use English foster bias about speakers who do not adhere to this imagined standard form? For further reading see entry online at cvlr.org.
Presenter: Erica J. Benson, Ph.D., Professor of Linguistics, UWEC English Department
Coordinator: Michael O’Halloran (715) 835-2388
Tuesday: April 19 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

Professor Benson’s references

Making Sense of “Bad English”: An Introduction to Language Attitudes and Ideologie by Elizabeth Peterson  (available for free online here)
English With an Accent: Language, Ideology, and Discrimination in the United States by Rosina Lippi-Green

 

65. Karibu Kenya
Almost halfway around the planet from Wisconsin is a strange new old world unlike anything you’ve ever known – where you dare not exit your vehicle, there are surprises around every bend in the bumpy road, and Secretarybirds, Cape Buffalos, and National Parks are King. Join naturalist and photographer Steve Betchkal on a seventeen-day tour of magnificent Southwest Kenya – without danger of being eaten by a sixteen-foot crocodile.
Presenter: Steve Betchkal
Coordinator: Kathie Fahrman (715) 839-9251
Tuesday: April 19 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

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66. Thomas Hardy, Claude Monet, and Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky Walk into a Bar . .
A famous 19th Century writer, painter, and composer are among the great success stories of their era. Find out about their somewhat obvious differences, what they have in common, and how each evolved—why they would walk into a bar together.
Presenter: Doug Pearson
Coordinator: Mike Hilger (715) 832-8823
Wednesday: April 20 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

 

67. Aristotle on Virtue and Happiness
We will explore Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, a foundational philosophical text that is as relevant today as when it was written more than two millennia ago. Among the topics for discussion are the nature of happiness, what the virtues are and why we can’t be happy without them, and his famous doctrine of the mean.
Presenter: Sean McAleer PhD, UWEC Professor, Department Chair
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Author, Plato’s Republic, An Introduction
Coordinator: Michael O’Halloran (715) 835-2388
Thursday: April 21 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

Click here to read Nicomachean Ethics

 

68. Within an Hour of Home
Looking for a new place to hike or want to learn more about the history of our region? Not far from your front door there are worlds to explore! Join Tourism Directors from Eau Claire,Chippewa, Dunn and Barron Counties as they highlight some of the interesting sites and activities available just a short drive from your home. Add your idea within these four counties on an index card to share with the group!
Presenters: Benny Anderson, Executive Director, Visit Eau Claire;
Jackie Boos, Tourism Director, Chippewa Falls Area Chamber;
Tammy Simon, Tourism Mgr, Menomonie Area Chamber Visitor Ctr;
Dave Armstrong, Director of Tourism, Barron Cty Econ Dev Corp
Coordinator: Kathy Campbell (715) 835-3180
Monday: April 25 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

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69. Foreign Affairs – Eau Claire
We will view one Foreign Policy Association Great Decision 2022 DVD lecture each week and discuss the topic. Topics for Spring 2022 are … Changing Demographics … Outer space … Climate change … Russia and the U.S. … More info at: [www.fpa.org/great_decisions/?act=gd_topics] Presenters will be … Mindy Merryfield … Julie Strzok-Harris … Dennis Spader … Steve Hogseth. Alignment of topics, presenters, and dates will be determined and emailed in advance of each session.
Coordinator: Steve Hogseth (715) 309-4171
Fridays: April 22, 29, May 13, and 20 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level, 1616 Bellinger Street

 

70. An Introduction to Norwegian Rosemaling
Learn the basics of rosemaling a small plaque in the Norwegian Rogaland style. There will be a brief history of rosemaling and a few of the different styles. You will learn the steps of preparing the woodenware for rosemaling as well as the colors used for the paints. All paints, plaques, brushes and other supplies will be supplied for you. Oil paints and painting mediums are used for this class, so please take this into consideration if you have allergies. Limit 12
Presenter: Gail Olah
Coordinator: Claudeen Oebser (715) 874-6054
Tuesday: May 3 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, 1616 Bellinger Street, Thompson Room
Cost: $12

 

71. Making Your Own Body Lotion, Lip Balm and Spritzer
In this workshop you will make your own Body Lotion, Lip Balm, and Spritzer. You will create a gift set including lotion, lip balm, and spritzer base using natural products – safflower seed oil, lanolin, castor oil, distilled water, and witch hazel. Combine these with your favorite scents to make beautiful, personalized gifts or begin a lifestyle change of using less chemicals and reducing your personal carbon imprint by learning how to DIY. Limit 12
Presenters: Lucianne Boardman and Kathy Peterson
Coordinator: Claudeen Oebser (715) 874-6054
Thursday: May 5 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, 1616 Bellinger Street, Thompson Room
Cost: $15

 

72. Aromatherapy Diffuser Bracelets and Necklaces
Make your own aromatherapy diffuser braclet and necklace with naturally imperfect lava stone and other beads and stones. Some beads to choose from are glass beads made by artisans in Ghana, West Africa. Enjoy the Earth’s force and energy in this light weight bracelet to help you enjoy peace and calm, erase bad moods and prevent a decline of energy. Limit 16
Presenters: Lucianne Boardman and Kathy Peterson
Coordinator: Claudeen Oebser (715) 874-6054
Thursday: May 5 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, 1616 Bellinger Street, Thompson Room
Cost: $15

         

73. STEAM Programming at Pablo Center
See and experience the range of STEAM programming offered at Pablo Center. This presentation will include an overview of STEAM programming offered throughout the year, an update on the Pablo Center and New Auburn FIRST Robotics Competition teams, and a preview of upcoming summer programming being offered to area students. Limit 40
Presenter: Mike Lee
Coordinator: Mike Hilger (715) 832-8823
Friday: May 6 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Pablo Center, Downtown

 

74. Researching the History of the Eau Claire Police Department
The retired police officer will give a presentation of research on the history of the Eau Claire Police Department dating back to its origin 1872 including local history, personal biographies, and genealogical aspects.
Presenter: Todd Johnson
Coordinator: John Stoneberg (715) 832-8315
Wednesday: May 11 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B, Lower Level,
1616 Bellinger Street

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75. Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night is a lively romantic comedy and one of Shakespeare’s best plays. Many Renaissance comedies played with mistaken identities, but this exceeds the others in wit, grace, and spirit. Playing with gender and identity, courtship and sexuality, loyalty and friendship, Twelfth Night enriches as it delights. The Great River Shakespeare Festival in Winona will perform it this summer. This discussion aims to encourage a fresh appreciation of one of the Bard’s greatest works.
[Twelfth Night (1996) is a good film version available for streaming.]
Presenter: Marty Wood Professor Emeritus, Dept or English, UWEC
Coordinator: Michael O’Halloran (715) 835-2388
Wednesday: May 25 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
L.E. Phillips Senior Center, Conference Rooms A & B , Lower Level,
1616 Bellinger Street

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76. Round the World Travel with Bob Hume Part II
Bob and Sandy Hume boarded the Viking Sun on Jan. 3rd for the 2019 World Cruise. Their cruise ended in London on May 11th arriving from a westerly course around the tip of South America. This presentation will be Part Two of a series covering “Highlights of 2019 World Cruise from Ushuaia, Argentina to London.” Follow along on this journey around the world for some incredible sights and stories.
Presenter: Robert Hume, DPM
Coordinator: Jim Urness (715) 832-5670
Thursday: May 26 10:00 – 11:30 a.m
Peace Lutheran Church, 501 E Fillmore Ave. Enter on Nimitz St.side.

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