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Adult Education Enrichment Classes Can Light Up Your Life

LACONIA — Add a class to your night life and brighten your future this Winter with Laconia Adult Education, invites Mrs. Peggy Selig, Program Director.  Fly Tying, Belly Dancing, Welding, Gluten Free Cooking, Yoga, Quilting, Drawing, Knitting, Water Color Painting, Dog Obedience, and Computer classes are just a few of the courses offered for the Winter Semester 2014. Enrichment classes are scheduled to begin the week of January 27-30, 2014. Laconia Adult Education truly offers something for everyone, notes Mrs. Peggy Selig, Program Director.

You can prepare for the SAT or the HiSET(High School Equivalency Test), attend Laconia Academy to get your high school diploma, or enjoy the evening Wine Tasting Seminar and Gourmet Dinner. Enroll in a Reiki, Tai Chi Chih or Cake Decorating Class.  Learn how to speak Spanish or Sign Language. Enjoy a class in Mah Jongg Made Easy, Digital Photography or the Oil Painting Studio.

Spice up your cooking skills and learn about French Country Cooking. Learn how to make Sushi and other easy and delicious Chinese recipes. Computer classes for the Computer Illiterate are offered in addition to Microsoft Office Basics: Word and Excel.

Take a class in Welding Basics Arc, Gas, Mig & Tig or Woodworking and an Advanced Welding, specializing in TIG Techniques. Find out about the benefits of Holistic Roots to Healthy Living and Lifestyle Choices taught by Brian Paterson, ND.

Algebra I/Accuplacer, Chemistry & Lab or Human Biology & Lab are all available for pre-nursing students. Learn to train your dog in a Basic or Advanced Dog Obedience class that will help fill leisure evening hours productively.

The Adult Tutorial Program for Belknap County helps non-reading adults learn to read, write, and do simple mathematical computations needed for everyday life. The Tutorial Program also needs tutors who are willing to help people learn to speak, read and write English as a second language. Volunteer tutors are needed to be trained to work on a one-to-one basis with adult students who cannot read and need to learn to speak English.

Laconia Adult Education offers a wide variety of enriching opportunities and experiences for everyone in the community. Call 524-5712 or stop by the Adult Education Office located in Room #108 at Laconia High School.

 
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