Second session of Kids' College is July 14-17
Beginning chess, basics of ballet and dance, introduction to rock climbing, studying creepy crawlers, and acting for youth are just some of the topics of classes that will be offered during the second session of Kids’ College on July 14-17 at Lewis-Clark State College.
LCSC’s Continuing Education and Community Events offers several classes during four sessions of Kids’ College throughout the summer for children entering Grades 2-6. A variety of subjects are offered covering arts and crafts, hobbies, computers and robotics, culture and language, dance, music, recreation, science and math, and theater.
Other Session II offerings including volcanism, beginning knitting and the study of Kaya, a Nez Perce girl from nearly a century ago.
There is a $5 per class discount for students registering for multiple classes, with the exception of the Children’s Theatre Workshop.
For a complete list of classes, visit http://www.lcsc.edu/ce/kidscollege.htm and click on 2008 Class Listings on the left side of the page.
For more information or to register, visit www.lcsc.edu/ce , call 792-2447 or visit the CECE offices at 415 Main Street, in the LCSC Center for Arts & History, downtown Lewiston.