Course Listing - by Instructor

NameBiography
Alvie Aguilar Alvie Aguilar, a line dancing instructor at the Moose Lodge, knows, enjoys and loves to teach over 30 line dances!
Nathan Alford Nathan Alford is the fourth generation editor and publisher of the Lewiston Tribune, which celebrates its 125th anniversary on September 29, 2017. He also enjoys music and plays around the region with the 7 Devils.
Jane Baldwin Jane Baldwin is a seamstress, costumer, teacher, event planner and self-taught Jill of all trades. October is her favorite month and Halloween is her favorite holiday. Prior to her steampunk Doctor Who ensemble, Jane enjoyed cosplaying as Marie Antoinette and Xena: Warrior Princess.
Sherrie Beckman Sherrie Beckman has 17 years of experience as a fitness consultant and has been a yoga practitioner for over 11 years. She has learned that yoga promotes physical and emotional health and is grateful to be able to teach yoga. Sherrie is also an investment representative for Edward Jones.
Gary Bergen Gary Bergen is a lifelong valley resident. He's extremely active in local activities, councils, fundraisers, and an avid outdoorsman. He has ten years of realtor experience, holding multiple Million Dollar Club awards, plus Rookie of the Year, Team Player, Centurion/Diamond/Ruby and Top Selling agent. Gary recently partnered with Tami Meyers to create the Century 21 Price Right "Commercial Connection," specializing in commercial sales and leases.
Dale Brege Dale Brege has had a life-long career as a biologist with Michigan State University, State of Wisconsin, and the Federal Government (US Forest Service and NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service). He has made numerous professional and personal presentations to a wide variety of audiences and is an avid hiker.
Liz Clark Liz Clark works as creative services for Cash n’ Carry Foods and has a passion for food. She owned the Little Bread Company in Seattle’s Pike Place Market during the 70’s and still loves to play with dough.
Paula Coomer Paula Coomer has written a number of books, most recently the novel Jagged Edge of the Sky. She is a former RN and author of the food memoir, Blue Moon Vegetarian and co-author of Blue Moon Vegan. A long-time instructor of writing at Washington State University, she now lives and writes in Clarkston, WA.
Greg Druffel Greg Druffel is a retired farmer in the Palouse area. He has spent a great deal of time researching his own family's history and the history of Whitman County as well. He serves on the board for the Whitman County Historical Society and has presented at the Dahmen Artisan Barn, Colfax Fair and Colton Fair.
Rachael Eastman Rachael Eastman received her Master's in Fine Art from the University of Idaho in 2007. She currently teaches Art at Sacajawea Junior High in Lewiston.
Sister Carlotta Fontes OSB Sr. Carlotta Fontes is a Master Herbalist and tender of the Monastery gardens. She makes salves, soaps, and balms among other healing items.
Bill Goesling Bill Goesling has a Ph.D. in Education and teaches at the University of Idaho. He has served on the Moscow School Board, Idaho Public Charter School Commission and the Idaho State Board of Education. He finds it is an honor and a privilege to be a board member, but with that comes a heavy responsibility and hard work. A major factor that makes the job so tough is that board members rarely come to the job well prepared to do it.
Lynne Guillot Lynne Guillot is an award winning art photographer who specializes in outdoor, travel and macro photography. Her work has been seen in many Pacific Northwest galleries and exhibits. Her background also includes program development and teaching.
Heather Hanchett Heather Hanchett has a B.S. in Landscape Design/Build from BYU-Idaho. She has worked in the Sun Valley area designing and installing. She currently designs on request.
Dorothy Heywood Dorothy Heywood, owner of HiHo Silver in Clarkston, has been teaching wire wrapping for over 10 years. Her newly remodeled studio allows for plenty of space to teach classes. Dorothy has also been teaching belly dance for three years at her Clarkston studio, Syringa Dance.
Alyssa Hopkins Alyssa Hopkins is curious and not afraid to try new things. In the last two years, she has dabbled in pastels, watercolors, acrylics, scratch board and alcohol inks. She also loves working with fused glass and tile painting.
Bill Jollymore Bill & Aaron Jollymore are both executive chefs at Jollymore's: A Dining Experience. They have been in the food and beverage business for many years and love to share their talents with others. This father/son team work wonderfully together.
Taffy Kettenburg Taffy Kettenberg, a former teacher, has been working with the fiber arts for over 20 years. She's currently raising sheep, shearing them, dyeing and spinning the wool, and using it to create art and wearable products.
Vikki Landmark Vikki Landmark grew up swimming in the rivers of Idaho, spending time as a lifeguard and practicing synchronized swimming in college. Vikki's true passion is scuba diving. She is a dive master and teaches diving classes during the summer months. Vikki has been teaching water aerobics several years at the pool in her hometown of Kamiah, Idaho.
Rick Laws Rick Laws has studied a number of meditation practices over the last 18 years.
Barbara Leachman Barbara Leachman, Director of the North Central Idaho Small Business Development Center, has degrees in both Agribusiness and Business Education. She helps small businesses with marketing, feasibility, accounting, and small business management.
Joseph Lee Joseph Lee & Paul Schrette are partners in Schrette & Lee Wealth Management. They have been serving the area for over 15 years. They created the firm with one specific purpose, to give investors in north Idaho and eastern Washington the ability to access a diverse offering of products, services and investment strategies.
Chris Malberg Chris Malberg is employed at Landgrove Coffee, which is a small, family owned business located in the rolling hills and cedars of the Palouse. Landgrove Coffee is dedicated to providing fresh-roasted, quality coffees with an emphasis on sustainability.
Lara Morrison Lara Morrison is a parent and native of the Lewiston area who has danced her whole life. She is a certified Zumba instructor and teaches both dance and Zumba at Footnotes Dance in Lewiston and has accompanied the Footnotes Dance Team to Disneyland to perform in the Holiday Spectacular Parade.
Lynette Mullis Lynette, a certified teacher who earned her Master's degree at the University of Arizona and her undergraduate through Prescott College, has been playing with fabric and sewing since she was ten years old. An interest in natural dyeing and slow stitch led her to a class in England, followed by a year of much practice on her own. She looks forward to sharing her knowledge with you.
Jenneane Musegades Jenneane Musegades graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver and from the University of Denver College of Law and is licensed to practice law in Idaho and four other states. She has practiced law, specializing in estate planning, for over 20 years.
Travis Osburn Travis Osburn has worked in Financial Aid at Lewis-Clark State College for 19 years. He is is excited to share his knowledge to help others navigate the financial aid process.
Kate Patterson Kate Patterson, a long-time employee of Patt's Garden Center, is an avid gardener who enjoys experimenting with different gardening techniques.
Susan Pettit Susan Pettit, artist and owner of S. Pettit Gallery, has drawn and painted since childhood. She enjoys sharing her passion for art in teaching others. She has a degree in Commercial Art.
Julie Pierce Julie Pierce is the owner of JJ Pierce, Company in Lewiston. She specializes in custom leather clothing and crafts.
Sister Agnes Reichlin OSB Sr. Agnes Reichlin is an RN and has taken several herb and essential oil classes. She uses oils and herbs in many healing environments.
Debi Robinson-Smith Debi Robinson-Smith works in clay, pastels and fiber. She has been using reclaimed cast off bits and pieces to create upcycled art for approximately ten years.
Sherry Schlader Sherry has owned and operated Sherry's Cakes and Bouquets in Weippe for over 25 years. She has been in the floral industry for 40 years. Sherry's passion is being creative and she loves to share it with others.
Keegan Schmidt Keegan Schmidt has taught geology for over eight years and focuses his research on the geologic history of Hell's Canyon and the region around it.
Paul Schrette Paul Schrette & Joseph Lee are partners in Schrette & Lee Wealth Management. They have been serving the area for over 15 years. They created the firm with one specific purpose, to give investors in north Idaho and eastern Washington the ability to access a diverse offering of products, services and investment strategies.
Kevin Schvaneveldt Kevin Schvaneveldt is a professional fire performer. He is also starting a prop creation and repair company called DayFlow Poi.
Bernice Seward Bernice Seward and Jill Thomas-Jorgenson are local children's authors who have waded through the process of writing and publishing children's books.
Suzanne Sittner Suzanne Sittner is a Master Gardner and has been involved in Bonsai for over 15 years in the Seattle area. She brings with her the unique techniques to create works of art from various plants.
Tony Sittner Tony Sittner has been teaching a variety of classes for over 20 years in Idaho, Washington and California. He brings his 30 years of work in the printing industry to students teaching letterpress, book making, paper marbling, paper making and other art forms. An avid traveler and tour guide with over 15 trips to Europe, he also teaches European travel classes to make for a safe and informed trip.
Chris St. Germaine Christina St Germaine holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Minnesota. After spending fifteen years in the field working to better mother nature she made a career switch to work to better the regions communities as an economic development professional. Chris has spent the past decade working to expand telecommunications capacity across the Nez Perce Reservation and surrounding area.. Chris's professional life is driven by forming proactive partnerships that leverage resources to meet identified needs; and, her personal passions revolve around having proudly raised a son who now serve us all in the Armed Forces, managing a local not for profit ski hill and gardening.
Jill Thomas-Jorgenson Jill Thomas-Jorgenson and Bernice Seward are local children's authors who have waded through the process of writing and publishing children's books.
Paul Turpin Paul Turpin, who is retired from the US Army, is an avid fisherman, outdoorsman, and also teaches Hunter's Education.
Michael Wendt Michael Wendt started Wendt Pottery in 1973 after two years of training at the University of Idaho and a third year at the Idaho Research Foundation as a clay researcher.
Jennifer Whitted Jennifer Whitted is a resident artist at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown whose passion is quilting art. She creates unique designs inspired by nature, color, fabric and images that "appear" from paints and thread work.
LeeAnn Wiggin Lee Ann Wiggin is a professor in the Department of Movement Science and Sport Studies at Lewis-Clark State College. She has been teaching group fitness classes for over 30 years.
Jeff & Carla Wilkins Jeff & Carla Wilkins love to ballroom dance. They have taught several dance classes together and Carla has taught dancing at Sts. Peter & Paul School for seventeen years.
Phil Wimer Phil Wimer has trained stock and packed with them for over 50 years. He has guided family and friends on countless backcountry adventures.
Elijah Zeida Elijah Zeida has owned and operated Clearwater Computers, LLC for the last seven years. His clients include two local internet service providers, an IT company in North Dakota, as well as serving the Clearwater Region. Elijah has also taught beginning to advanced computer classes on a variety of subjects.