Kayaking, summer salads, and herb gardening highlight CECE offerings
LCSC Continuing Education & Community Events is offering classes on making spring and summer salads, whitewater kayaking, and planning your medicinal herb garden during the next month.
The Spring & Summer Salads class will be held April 1 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Red Lion Hote. Chef Bill Jollymore will teach the class, which has a fee of $50.
An introduction to Whitewater Kayaking will be april 2 at 6-10:30 p.m. The class will meet at the LCSC Williams Conference Center and then transport to an campus site. Mike Beiser and the University of Idaho Outdoor Program staff will teach the class, which has a $45 registration fee.
Planning your own medicinal herb garden will be held April 5 at 10 a.m.-noon in Room 135 of the LCSC Activity Center West, Linda Kinsbury will teach the class, which has a $35 registration fee.
Interested persons can register online at www.lcsc.edu/cenoncredit.htm , by calling 792-2447, or visiting the CECE offices at 415 Main Street, in the LCSC Center for Arts & History, downtown Lewiston.
CECE offers more than 80 classes in the new Spring/Summer 2008 Personal Enrichment catalog. The 40-page catalog is available on the web at www.lcsc.edu/ce.
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.