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Although “Community Connections,” the booklet that gives a full listing of the fall offerings from the Chelsea School District Community Education program won’t be out until later this month, here’s a sneak peek at three new classes.
“Chelsea Then and Now,” a one evening look back in time at Chelsea’s history, which will take place on Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. The location is still be be determined, said Kris Hohnke, administrative assistant for the program.
“Backyard Astronomy” will be offered on Thursday nights, Oct. 4-Oct. 25, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Again, the location will be announced later this month.
“Holiday Cooking,” a special class that will help you plan for meals for friends and family. And, if you’ve had trouble roasting the turkey or cooking the rib roast to perfection, this class will offer tips to make this year’s holiday meals the best to date.
Community Ed offers more than 20 classes each term that range from dog obedience to meditation and most are taught by local instructors, Hohnke said. Classes fees range from about $17-$85 depending on how often they take place.
Do you have a talent that you’d like to share with your neighbors?
Community Education is looking for new and enriching courses and instructors, and teaching certification is not required. What’s needed is a skill and interest in a topic and a willingness to share your knowledge with others who want to learn, according to information from Kelle Maloney, enrichment programs. You can call, mail, fax or email a course proposal to Maloney, Community Education, 500 Washington St., Chelsea, MI 48118, call 734-433-2208, ext. 6074 or fax it to 734-433-2218 or email [email protected]
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