Registration opens for the spring semester at The Center for Adult Education & Community Learning in Franklin on Wednesday, February 3. Participation is open to individuals and businesses alike in Franklin and the surrounding region towns.
This spring, participants can choose from a very interesting variety of options. Course offerings include everything from a Winemaking Partnership with La Cantina Wine School and a series of Floral Design Seminars with Hillside Nurseries to Watercolor and Pastel art classes.
In addition, folks will find Knitting and Cooking classes; Career Building and Child Care Continuing Education, Marketing for Your Business or Nonprofit and a CSI – Franklin Style Introduction to Forensic Science.
You will find more exercise and sports programs than ever – Yoga partnerships for adults and kids; Qigong, Zumba and a specialized Indoor Walking class. We will have two additional nights of Men’s Basketball this spring AND we are adding Beginner Co-Ed Volleyball in addition to the Intermediate and Advanced Volleyball classes already in place.
French, Italian and Spanish round out the Language field. Wedding and Digital Photography, along with Photoshop for Graphics or Photography also make an appearance this spring.
Brochures are in the mail, so watch for them. Then go to www.FranklinLifelongLearning.com, click on Adult Education to get all of the details for these exciting programs along with a downloadable catalogue. AND, register at the same time.
You can also register by mail. Send to:
The Center for Adult Education and Community Learning
Franklin High School
218 Oak Street
Franklin, MA 02038
Plan to register early. Some classes have limited space. Classes begin during the week of March 8.
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About The Center for Adult Education & Community Learning at FranklinThe Center for Adult Education & Community Learning at Franklin is a program of the Franklin Public Schools Lifelong Learning Institute and is dedicated to providing quality learning experiences for adults in the Town of Franklin and surrounding communities.
Diverse and enriched education and experiences are the goals of The Center for Adult Education and Community Learning at Franklin. Our commitment extends to working professionals, senior citizens, persons with special needs and those in transition.
For more information, please contact The Center for Adult Education office at 508-613-1480 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.