This is a tour of Washington that should not be missed! Join Carol Bessette, retired Air Force Intelligence officer, Vietnam Veteran, Certified Master Tour Guide, and creator of "Spies of Washington" tour for this fascinating tour. Since its earliest days, Washington D.C. has been the scene of international intrigue, espionage, and intelligence activity, as the U.S. government has tried to learn the plans of other countries while keeping its own plans secret. this tour will introduce you to many of the locations in and around Washington that have been associated with intelligence and counter-intelligence activities. We will also visit the International Spy Museum. Tour includes: fee/gratuity in a fully-equipped motor coach, all entrance fees, and private "Spies" tour with Carol Bessette and all-inclusive lunch at Gordon Biersch Restaurant.
DIS 035 J1
Saturday, April 27 from 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Please join HCC on this journey to Washington, DC to honor our Veterans. We will visit the awe- inspiring World War II Memorial, as well as the FDR Memorial, Navy Memorial and the Marine Corp. Memorial. An all-inclusive, hot lunch buffet is planned at the Vantage Point Restaurant. This restaurant is located in Rosalyn, VA, offering a spectacular view of Georgetown and Washington, DC while overlooking the historic Potomac River. Our Washington DC, Tour Director, Carol Bessette, retired Naval Intelligence Officer, will be on board to personally guide you through all the memorials. We look forward to seeing you on this symbolic trip to Washington honoring our Veterans. Your trip fee includes: fully-equipped motor coach transportation/gratuity, all-inclusive, hot buffet lunch at the Vantage Point Restaurant, and private guided tour of all Memorials. A complete itinerary will be sent to you one week prior to the trip date. Departure is from the HCC Valley Mall.
DIS 008 K1
Monday, May 20 from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Paper Bead Jewelry 
Discover this popular new jewelry making method and learn how to turn newspaper, scrapbook paper, or gift wrap into lovely jewelry to wear or give as gifts. Jewelry made from paper beads is becoming very popular because it reuses discarded paper. This basic level class will teach you how to make beads from paper and turn them into necklaces, bracelets, or earrings. In this class, you will learn how to: make paper strips using templates; roll a paper bead using the patented Paper Girl Bead roller; seal and finish the paper beads; and string them into a necklace. At the end of the class, participants will have a completed necklace (and a pair of earrings if time permits) and the know-how to do your own projects. Supplies: Materials include Paper Bead Girl patented paper bead roller, templates, precut paper strips, clasps, crimp beads, beading wire to make a necklace or bracelet. Materials fee $15 paid to instructor at the time of the class.
ANE 287 K1
Saturday, May 11 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.