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University Activities Center
Mini-Courses are noncredit classes offered through the University Activities Center (UAC) and the Michigan Union. Classes run weekly
in the Union from February 15 through April 8. There will be no classes during Spring Break. Registration runs from January 24 through
February 11 at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. Call 763-TKTS. No mail-in registration. Refunds only if class is cancelled. Questions?
Call the UAC office at 763-1107. For schedule of classes see: www.umich.edu/~uac/mini-courses.



Ballroon 700.9:00 s/22-4/4

Herman Humes (Tue) Thursdays Ballroom 7:00.9:00 2/17-/30
Bob Pluter (Thu)
+ Sweep your partner of his/her feet with moves like the Rumba, Fox Trot, Cha-Cha and Waltz! No prior experience is necessary.

BARTENDING: Mondays U-Club SO:373 2/1-j3/27
Scot Greig Tuesdays U-Club 5:307:30 2/1s-3/21
$48 Wednesdays U-Club 50-7:30 2/16-4/22
Thursdays U-Club 530-730 2/17-/23
+ This is the course all your friends have told you about- now it's your turn to take it. Learn how to mix over 100 drinks and become the
life of the party! A certificate of graduation will be awarded upon completion.

BELLY DANCING: Mondays Wolverine ABC :oo-:oo 2/2-4/3
Teress K leen
+ The dance is based on natural movement following the rhythm of traditional drum based music. You can explore the regional
dances of Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon and Turkey learning to play Zills (finger cymbals). Learn also about traditional costuming and
rich history of this ancient woman's dance.

BRIDGE: Thursdays 215O3 S600-:00 2/17-3/30
Ed Herstein
+ This course teaches you how to play a fantastic card game- Bridge.

It provides training to your logical mind and memorization

CPR/ FIRST AID: Thursdays Kuazel 7:0010:00 2/17 &2/24
American Red Cross
+ Learn a skill that could save a life. This course teaches complete adult CPR as well as first aid. Upon completion, you will receive
certification by the American Red Cross.
MASSAGE: Mondays Pond ABC s:00-1000 2/21-4/3
Rachid Sedaoul
* Ahh... forget about stress and take a study break that will really relax you. An introduction to an in-depth approach to massage.
MEDIATION: Wednesdays 6:o0s:oo 2/16.3/29
Mike Bilndschadler
+ Learn how to bring about a peaceful settlement or compromise between disputants through the objective intervention of a neutral
party by taking this course.






MEDITATION: Wednesdays a055 7:00410:00 2/21-3/"

Kapla Castoldi
+ Harmonize your mind and body. Learn a deeper sense of concentration and sharpen your focus with this introductory course.

POOL/BilLIARDS: Thursdays BUlliards



Aaron Toth Thursdays BUNards 9:0010:00 2/17-3/30
+ Learn the fundamentals of beginning billiards. Sessions include handouts, demos and practice time.

SIGN LANGUAGE: Wednesdays Welker

4W00m7:00 2/1fr3/29

Job E. Smith Wednesdays Welker 7:00o4:0o 2/1-3/29
+ Learn one of the most valuable communication skills- the ability to speak with your hands- through Basic Sign Language.



7:OO-9: 00 2/214/3

Susan Filipiak (Wed) Wednesdays Pendleton 7:009:00 2/16-3/29
Louise Tamres (Mon)
* Be a part of the craze that's sweeping the nationi in the beginner courses, learn the basic moves of East Coast Swing and the
Charleston. For the intermediate dancers, learn the Lindy Hop and more swing!

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