Arlington Community Ed Swings into Spring
This spring, Arlington Community Education is offering more than 150 classes for adults and teens age 14 and up, and there's something for every interest.
Make sausages with chefs from Tryst. Learn Italian from a native speaker. Attend a musical theater workshop with the Hasty Pudding's music supervisor. Re-upholster or cane a chair. Learn the steps to "One," the rousing finale to A Chorus Line. Discuss the poetry of Yeats with English professors from Brandeis University. Take a moonlight canoe tour on the Charles River. Explore options for mid-life dating. Discover the power of daily journal writing. Try your hand at creating comics.
Catalogs were mailed to all Arlington residences this week; the catalog can also be viewed online. Registration is available online, by mail or in person.
Spring term begins March 9. Classes meet at Arlington High School and other convenient locations.
Arlington Community Education is a self-sustaining program of the Arlington Public Schools. In addition to adult classes, Community Ed offers driver education, SAT Prep, the KidZone after school enrichment program for elementary students, and the SummerFun day camp for children in grades 1-9.
Visit www.ArlingtonCommunityEd.org or call 781 316-3568.