April 10, 2000
The non-credit classes, which are offered at various dates, times, and locations beginning in mid-April, cover topics such as art, computers, dance, crafts, food, wine, gardening, and writing. The courses are being held at locations throughout the college's service district, including Duvall, Kirkland, Woodinville, and Bothell.
"We encourage our community to take a look at some of the intriguing classes we're offering this spring," said Jack Bautsch, Cascadia's Vice President for Student Success and head of the Lifelong Learning program. "Spring is the perfect time of year to stretch yourself and learn new things."
The Spring 2000 Lifelong Learning courses provide residents of northeast King and southeast Snohomish counties with the opportunity to take affordable classes near their homes that will enrich their personal and professional lives, says Bautsch.
For a complete listing of classes and registration information, visit the college's website at http://www.cascadia.ctc.edu/lifelong.htm, e-mail email@example.com, stop by the college's temporary offices in Bothell at 19017 120th Avenue NE, Suite 102, or call 425-398-6385.
The scheduled classes include: