New, Free Classes Coming For Fall At Lewiston Adult Education
Lewiston Adult Education teacher Anna Golendukhina holds flowers given to her by students in her final class in the spring. She will teach two classes in Fall 2017.
Registration has opened for Fall 2017 classes at Lewiston Adult Education with new and free classes.
The brochure has more than 30 new offerings. They include Spanish, Basic Arabic and Introduction to Digital Photography.
A number of classes are free with registration. Budgeting Basics is set to cover money tracking and goal setting. Doug Dumont of Lewiston High School’s Aspirations Lab will teach two different sessions of Navigating the College Admission and Enrollment Process.
People looking to increase job skills or find a new career have choices in workforce training. The Certified Nursing Assistant program will return for the fall, along with Welding I, Welding II and Computer Literacy.
A cooking class addition will be Sambusas, which is a fried pastry with meat filling. Zamzam Mahmoud will be the teacher.
Chef Junlong Bunleng of Pepper and Spice restaurant shall teach a new class as well, Thai Appetizers. He will also offer his popular Thai Cooking.
Fall Super Saturday is scheduled for Oct. 14 at Lewiston High School. Anna Golendukhina will return to teach two half-day dance classes. Martha Chessie will instruct students in Plastic Bag Wall Basket.
For more information about the Fall 2017 brochure, call Lewiston Adult Education at 207-795-4141 or go to www.lewiston.maineadulted.org.