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Find supplies or textbooks you'll need for your Community Education class

  • Biblical Hebrew
    Textbook

    The First Hebrew Primer: The Adult Beginner's Path to Biblical Hebrew
    Simon and Motzkin
    ISBN 978-0939144150

  • CALLIGRAPHY, CREATIVE CALLIGRAPHY & BOOK MAKING

    All supplies will be provided for you at the class.

  • ITALIAN, CONTINUING

    Textbook

    Arrivederci! 1 for English Speakers
    by Colombo, Garaci, De Luca

  • KAYAKING DIRECTIONS TWO-DAY

    If any trouble finding the meet location call Ken at 503.524.9192

    DIRECTIONS TWO-DAY

    Sunday, June 7: 8-11:30 am

    Near:  8550 SW Tualatin Road, Tualatin, OR  97062

    1. Tualatin Community Park; Exit # 289 off I-5 (Sherwood/Nyberg) west toward Sherwood
    2. Stay on Tualatin-Sherwood Hwy ~0.6 miles
    3. Right on Boones Ferry Road (stop light & McDonald's Restaurant)
    4. Stay straight, road turns into Tualatin Road before crossing the railroad tracks, go straight into the park 
    5. Go under railroad trestle and park in parking area
    6. Boat trailer on the other side of trestle by boat ramp

    Saturday, June 13:  2-6 pm

    Willamette Park, 1850 Volpp Street, West Linn, OR  97068

    1. Rock Island-Willamette River is in old West Linn
    2. I-205 toward City of West Linn
    3. Exit #6 (West Linn, 10th Street) - If coming from Oregon City, left on 10th; if coming from I-5, right on 10th
    4. Right at "T" onto Willamette Falls Drive (bus 154)
    5. Left on 12th street
    6. Continue straight down the hill on 12th into Willamette Park to river
    7. Right at Volpp Street (at river)
    8. Meet at boat trailer in dirt parking area overlooking Tualatin River

     

  • KAYAKING SUPPLY LIST

    Supplies for Kayaking Trips

    We paddle rain or shine, so please come prepared with the following items:

    Weather can change quickly, so bring everything on the list. Unnecessary items can be left in your vehicle.

    1. If cold weather, avoid wearing cotton. Wear synthetics, polypropylene, capilene, or wool to stay warm when wet. Bring knit cap, knit synthetic/wool gloves, and synthetic/wool socks
    2. Complete change of dry clothes and shoes (to be left in your vehicle)
    3. Heavy duty garbage bag to keep your items dry
    4. Sweater or heavy shirt
    5. Wide brimmed sun hat
    6. Sunglasses with strap
    7. Snack foods
    8. Meal if trip goes over mealtime
    9. Wear synthetic swimsuit/shorts/pants that dry quickly
    10. Paddling gloves if tender hands (bike gloves work well)
    11. Small hand towel for back support
    12. Rain jacket and pants or poncho, wide brimmed rain hat
    13. Sunscreen and lip protection
    14. Drinking water (1 quart minimum)
    15. Strap for prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses
    16. Ziplock bag for small valuable items (wallet, keys, etc.)
    17. Shoes/sandals with heel strap that can get wet
    18. Leave all jewelry, rings, non-water proof watches, and wallets at home or in a safe place in your car
  • KOREAN

    Textbook

    Sogang Korean New Series 1A Student Book

    Song-hee Kim

  • PAINTING IN ACRYLICS

    Supplies:

    Purchase from the Chemeketa Bookstore or supplier of your choice:   

    Liquitex brand paint or more expensive paints like Graham & Co. provide better coverage. (Avoid “opaque” yellow, as companies add white paint to it and any color you attempt to make from it will always become a pastel)

    PAINT LIST:

    • Cadmium Yellow Medium
    • Alizarin Crimson OR Cadmium Red Medium (optional is to bring both)
    • Ultramarine Blue OR Phthalocyanine Blue (optional is to bring both)
    • Black
    • White             

    PLEASE ALSO BRING:

    1. Drawing paper is provided the first day.  After the first day, you may choose to practice your painting on canvas, canvas board, illustration board or purchase more paper.
    2. At least two different sized soft bristle craft brushes (one for detail and one for larger area painting) Excellent assorted sets of brushes with varied bristle shapes and sizes as various suppliers will cost approximately $7. Avoid natural brushes. Look for brush heads that seem soft, uniform and facing the same direction.
    3. Palette knife (one that looks like a pie serving knife is best)
    4. Paper plates for mixing colors
  • ROBOTS 101: ALL ABOUT ROBOTS

    Textbook

    The Robotics Primer

    Maja Mataric

     

  • SPANISH, BEGINNING

    Textbook

    Spanish Now! Level 1

    Silverstein

     

  • UKULELE, BEGINNING

    Textbook

    The Daily Ukulele

    Jim and Liz Beloff

  • Watercolor Basics

    Supplies

    PAINT LIST (Recommended brands M. Graham & Co., Windsor & Newton)

    • Cad Yellow Medium and/or Azo Yello (or Lemon if only available)
    • Alizarin Crimson (or Quinacridone Red) and/or Cad Red Medium
    • Ultramarine Blue and/or Phthalocyanine Blue
    • Optional: Paynes Grey and Sepia (or Burnt Sienna)

    PLEASE ALSO BRING

    • One piece loose watercolor paper to first class OR purchase a pre-stretched watercolor block #140 weight
    • Two or more bristled craft brushes in different sizes (one detail, one fill) 
    • One square shaped brush 1-2 inches wide used for wetting the surface
    • A surface to mix colors: 9 x 12-inch acrylic palette or acrylic/watercolor paint mix tray (white surface makes color mixing much easier)
    • Pencil or pen
    • Optional: Palette paper so you may dispose of the mix when done if preferable