LCSC also plays a vital role as a college within a particular community by offering regional non-credit courses, a Kid’s College, a Speaker’s Bureau, a summer concert series, and other culturally rich opportunities, including Art Under the Elms, one of the largest outdoor festivals in Idaho.
Please help us enrich the lives of children and adults with non-credit courses, distinctive services, and exceptional community programs.
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Continuing Education and Community Events (CECE) is located in the heart of beautiful downtown Lewiston on the second floor of the historic Center for Arts and History building at 415 Main Street. CECE offers a variety of personal enrichment opportunities and hosts several community events.Find out more!
Art Under the Elms (AUE) began in 1984 as a celebration of the arts in north central Idaho and has become one of the largest outdoor festivals in the state. This art festival features over 100 of the region’s finest artists, along with regional entertainers on three stages and family-friendly activities and attractions spanning 3 days. More than just a community festival, AUE is also the major fundraiser for Continuing Education & Community Events and the premier event of the the annual Dogwood Festival.Find out more!
LCSC Kids' College is a short-format, educational summer program offered to youth ages six through fifteen. Kids' College strives to offer a variety of high-quality, fun, educational classes to youth in the LC Valley each summer.Find out more!