Non-credit courses in topics ranging from arts and crafts to money management will be offered this summer by the University of Arkansas at Monticello’s Department of Community Education.
A full slate of courses for children and teens includes Tennis, Youth Money Management, A Writer’s Notebook: Unlocking the Writer within You, cooking classes, and a wide variety of arts and crafts classes.
Other classes include Basic Computer Skills, Facebook Essentials, Preventing and Understanding Traumatic Brain Injuries, Portrait Painting and Drawing, BookMaking and Binding, Crochet for Beginners, Becoming Financially Successful, Digital Image Processing Using Adobe Photoshop, and several jewelry making classes.
Fordetailed information about courses, including dates, times and fees, visit the UAM website at www.uamont.edu click on “Community Education” under “Campus Resources.” Space is limited in many classes so early registration is encouraged. Interested students my register online, call (870) 460-1327.