LCSC has a variety of personal enrichment classes through CECE
Classes on “Party Planning & Appetizers” and “Salsa Dancing” highlight some of the new Fall 2007/Winter 2008 Personal Enrichment offerings by the Lewis-Clark State College Continuing Education & Community Events program.
More than 70 classes are being offered this fall and a 32-page catalog previewing the classes have been mailed out. Classes are also being offered in the Grangeville and Orofino areas. The class schedule also is available on the LCSC Web site at www.lcsc.edu/ce
Classes are offered in a variety of subjects covering arts and crafts, computers, cooking, dance and music, family and life, finance, health and fitness, home and garden, language and culture, personal focus, and photography. Also some day trips are scheduled.
Bill Jollymore will teach a one-day “Party Planning & Appetizers” course on Oct. 23 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Red Lion Hotel. The cost of the course is $40.
Also, a four-day “Salsa Dance” class by Julie Strobel will be held on four consecutive Fridays, starting on Sept. 28, at 7-7:50 p.m. at LCSC. The cost of the class is $29.
To register for a class, visit www.lcsc.edu/ce , call (208) 792-2447 or visit the CECE offices at 415 Main St., in the LCSC Center for Arts & History building in downtown Lewiston.
Continuing Education & Community Events, a department of Community Programs at Lewis-Clark State College, is dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals through distinctive service and exceptional programs. For more information call 792-2447 or visit www.lcsc.edu/ce.