Northwest NEWS

April 17, 2000

Valley Special

Community college courses at Cedarcrest

   Cascadia Community College, the newest community college in Washington, is offering more than 150 classes during its Spring 2000 Lifelong Learning program.

   The non-credit classes, which are offered at various dates, times, and locations through May 2000, cover topics such as art, computers, dance, crafts, food, hobbies, home improvement, languages, travel, and writing. Scheduled throughout the college service area, the classes are a result of partnerships with the Northshore School District, Northshore Senior Center, Evergreen Healthcare, Lake Washington Technical College, Lake Washington School District and Riverview School District.

   In the Riverview District, Cascadia is offering "Beginning Pottery" at Cedarcrest High School, 29000 NE 150th St., Duvall. The six-evening, non-credit class will be held Thursdays, April 20-May 25, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The class cost is $72 plus a $15 lab fee. In this class, students will learn the basics of pottery including: how to work with clay on the wheel, how to hand build clay, and how to work with various glazes.

   For Lifelong Learning class registration information, visit the college's website at www.cascadia.ctc.edu and click on Lifelong Learning, or call 425-398-6385.

   Cascadia's permanent campus, which is co-located with the University of Washington Bothell, is currently under construction along Beardslee Boulevard, near where I-405 and SR-522 intersect. Credit classes begin at the college's permanent site on Sept. 25, 2000.