LEWISTON – Lewiston Adult Education Winter-Spring 2021 Classes begin with the release of the new brochure.
“To protect the health and safety of our students and employees, we have decided to postpone the start of our enrichment semester until the end of February,” said Bill Grant, Lewiston’s director of adult education.
Although most classes start in February or later, some start in January. Students can register for them on the Lewiston Adult Education website, lewiston.maineadulted.org. Courses include The Reading Hour, a literature discussion group for English learners; My money works; Essential Oils & Sleep; Vegetable garden; Introduction to Essential Oils; Introduction to self-employment; Beautiful you and color; Living well with chronic pain; the College Transition Program; Tai Chi for Health and Balance; Vegetable garden; Introduction to self-employment; Be a Hero: Learn How to Become a Foster Parent. and motivation and behavior change.
All courses in January and early February take place online.
The booklet again includes class information for Lewiston Adult Education and Auburn Adult & Community Education. One page lists schedules for various programs. Lewiston adult education teacher Kelley Rudd will appear on the cover of the February brochure.
The few in-person courses for Lewiston adult education are held at Longley School’s adult education center, 145 Birch St.. Teachers and students must wear masks during class and be socially distant to protect themselves from the spread of COVID-19.
Anyone with additional questions can contact or email Mike Reagan of Lewiston Adult Education at 207-795-4141 [email protected]
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