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LERN Community Ed & Public School Member Highlights - Oct. 2

Your weekly dose of inspiration and ideas from other community ed and public school programs across North America.

Public School and Community Ed programs, including Northfield Public Schools Community Services, attended the Minneso...

Our Northfield Community Services team learning so much about fun programming and community collaborations at the Minnesota Community Education Association Conference! #MCEA2015 #professionaldevelopment

Edina Community Education posts about their time at #mcea2015

Many of us at the National Community Education conference today. Currently, R.T. Rybak speaking on the achievement gap, funding, generation next, and the work around education for kids. #mcea2015 #edinaces — at DoubleTree by Hilton Bloomington Minneapolis South.

Nashville Community Ed gets ready to host the CW Conference Series

On November 14, 2015 , CW will host its first annual writers conference at Nashville Community Education , 4805 Park Ave, Nashville, TN 37209. The purpose of this conference is to provide...

Alexandria Community Education offers a new reason to take a class - homemade holiday gifts!

Another Christmas gift idea!! This class is designed for those who have taken Introduction to Metalworking and wish to continue to do metalwork. Learn new techniques, and learn how to join metal with hot connections. Work on your own designs or create a few pieces using the instructor’s designs and practice sawing, filing, riveting, soldering, texturing and finishing your pieces. Use of tool box and all equipment needed is included in the class fee. Material fee will depend on the pieces you choose to make and will range from $10 to $20, depending on if you choose to work with copper, brass or silver. Class starts Wed., Oct. 7th. Reserve your spot today! Call 320-762-3310, #4272 or register on line at:

School District of New Richmond Community Education gets weird with a new event

This presentation showcases over 100 bizarre newspaper stories from Wisconsin that have not been seen in over 100 years. These unbelievable stories were not lost, they were simply hidden. Hidden headlines of WI provides a time portal back to the early days of the state. Filled with strange deaths, ghosts, sea serpents, peculiar people, medical anomalies, psychic phenomena, and UFOs, this presentation will certainly change the way you view the good ol' days of WI.