Beginning fly tying and Latin dance highlight CECE classes
A flying tying class and Latin dance class highlight January offerings from the LCSC Continuing Education & Community Events’ Personal Enrichment classes.
A full listing of classes is available on the web at www.lcsc.edu/ce.
Classes are offered in a variety of subjects covering Arts & Crafts, Computers, Cooking, Dance & Music, Day Trips & Recreation, Family & Life, Finance, Health & Fitness, Home & Garden, Language & Culture, Personal Focus, and Photography.
Upcoming learning opportunities include Fly Tying for the Beginnier by Mark Lamb. The four-day course begins Jan. 10 and costs $42 + supplies. Participants will learn to tie 8 different types of flies including nymphs, dry, wet, and streamer flies. Ages 14 & up are welcome.
Also coming is a Latin Dance Sampler by Julie Strobel-Richardson. The 4-day class begins January 11 and costs $29. No partner required and students will explore the Rumba, Merengue and more. Ages 13 & up are welcome.
Another class is Photographing People with Your Digital Camera. The 12-lesson, 6-week course costs $75 and fosters confidence in social and professional situations.
Interested persons can register online at www.lcsc.edu/ce, by calling 792-2447, or visiting the CECE offices at 415 Main Street, in the LCSC Center for Arts & History, 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.