The Center for Adult Education & Community Learning recently held its First Music & Art Appreciation Night at the Franklin High School Auditorium.
Calling it “A Concert for the Senses,” the event was designed to be an enjoyable family evening. And by all accounts, it was. It featured the talents and sounds of The Center’s music/scholar practitioners, Jamie Barrett, Jill Noddin, Matthew Macaulay, Michael Sansoni, Steven Sergi, Brent Selby and the fledgling Adult Chorus in their first public performance, along with the display of artwork from the Adult Education Art Instructor, Gail Eckberg and her Watercolor students.
The Adult Chorus, directed by Jill Noddin is beginning its Spring session and is welcoming new members.
You can register online at www.FranklinLifelonglearning. Just click on Adult Education to get started or call The Center for Adult Education & Community Learning at 508-613-1480.
The Center for Adult Education and Community Learning at Franklin is a program of the Franklin Public School’s Lifelong Learning Institute, dedicated to providing quality learning experiences for adults in the Town of Franklin and surrounding communities.