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Community Education

Enrichment Programs

Coordinator: Anne Foley

Community Education publishes a quarterly catalog with a wide variety of enrichment programs designed for people of all ages.  The catalog is also a resource of information about activities hosted by other local non-profit organizations.  The Enrichment Programs are coordinated by Anne Foley, who has served in this capacity for six years. 

Online registration is available.  Click on the registration link below find and register for a class that interests you.

Registration Information

OFFICE HOURS
Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

ON-LINE REGISTRATION
Point your browser to the link highlighted in red below to register securely and immediately on the internet. We accept VISA or Master Card.

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MAIL REGISTRATION
Mail your registration form with check, money order or credit/debit card information to:

                                          Community Education Office
                                          117 Eleventh Avenue, Suite #3
                                          Worthington, MN 56187

PHONE-IN REGISTRATION
Call in your registration with payment information to (507) 376-6105.  A call is registered the same as the current day’s mail. All phone registrations must be paid for at the time of registration with VISA, Master Card Discover card or debit card.

IN-PERSON REGISTRATION
People may come to the Community Education office in the West Learning Center, 117 Eleventh Avenue to register in person. These registrations are processed in the order received. 

WALK-IN REGISTRATION
If there is room in a class, an individual may register for a class at the door.  A $5 processing fee will be added to the price of the class for all walk-in and late registrations.

REGISTER EARLY!
Prompt registration helps avoid disappointment when classes fill quickly. It also helps avoid the disappointment of cancelling a class due to low enrollment, only to find that last minute registrations would have filled it. Early registrations also make it easier if we need to contact you for any reason before your class begins.

Community Education Notes:

WE PROMISE…
We will try to provide all registrants with their first choice. We act in a consistent manner so that we treat people fairly. We want your experience with Community education to be an enriching one.

NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS
You are registered for a class unless we notify you otherwise. You will be notified if your choice is not available. Occasionally a class may fill as your registration is being processed. Should this happen, you will receive a personal call from us. To help keep our classes reasonably priced, we do not send out confirmation notices.

State Fair Day Trip for Seniors & Boomers

Plan to join us for this fun adventure to the “Great Minnesota Get-Together”. The Minnesota State Fair is full of exhibits, stage shows, educational sights, a daily 2:00 p.m. State Fair Mall Parade, great food, interesting people, and lots of fun! We are planning this trip specifically for ages 65 and up - this is the Senior Day at the Fair. Let us do the driving and the parking; you can relax and enjoy this action-packed day! Reading Bus Lines will depart from Worthington Shopko at 6:30 a.m. There will be a rest stop on the way to the Fair. All meals will be on your own expense. Departure from the Fairgrounds will be at 6:30 p.m. with a rest stop on the way home, but we will not be stopping for a meal, so enjoy supper at the fair before we leave

Mon., August 25
6:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Depart: Shopko Parking Lot
Coordinator: Anne Foley
Cost: $40


MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
It is our pledge to provide you, our “customer” with a gratifying experience through your participation in our classes. Because we have confidence in the quality of our product, the Community Education Advisory Council and staff are prepared to offer you a money back guarantee. (Processing fees for late enrollments will not be refunded.)

Music Festival engages youth from multiple school districts

An elementary music festival engaged 62 elementary students from Brewster, Heron Lake, Fulda, Adrian, St. Mary's, and Worthington.  Students participated in in several workshops during the day, then performed an concert for parents and community members.  Congratulations to the teachers and students who participated in this Minnesota Music Education Association event. 

Community Education

Engage. Enrich. Inspire.

Summer Class Catalog

Program Coordinator

 Anne Foley
anne.foley@isd518.net