Adult and Community Education offering an array of classes: sign up now
FARMINGTON - Adult and Community Education classes are beginning this week with the normal array of courses including several levels of French, Square Dancing and certificate classes.
New this year are offerings for Real Estate agents dealing with How Forestry Laws and Practices can affect your clients, Contra Dancing and other physical activities of dance.
College Transitions continues to support folks looking to get back into the swing of taking college classes or applying to a degree program after a period of time away from the rigors of studying. The access to several technology related classes has increased through an effort by Mike Burd, as well as, online classes offered through ED2Go which you access by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Fall Catalog should have arrived in the mail as usual and the comments thus far have been very favorable as to its appearance and content. Franklin Printing has provided us with a gorgeous catalog. This being our first opportunity to work with them has been genuine, professional and interesting and fun.
With every new run we encounter errors or omissions and this session has not been any different from the past. We inadvertently ommitted two great class offerings. The first is a class in drawing which we normally offer every season through Joyce Dubay but during production, we somehow misplaced its description. Drawing is offered on Tuesdays starting Sept. 25 at MBMS in the Art Room at 6:30. The second class is a totally new venture for us being offered by Bob Cordes from Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Dept. on establishing a Deer Plot which is a project developed by a group in the Rangeley area and has been well received and successful.
Please contact ACE for more information and registration process. We look forward to providing enrichment, vocational and certificate courses and are always open to future class offerings suggested by people. Call 778-3460.