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Registration Open for Spring LSU Leisure Classes

03/06/2014 02:57 PM

BATON ROUGE – Have you ever said to yourself, “I wish I knew how to do that?” Well, here is your opportunity to make that wish become a reality. Discover a whole new world of interests through Leisure Classes.
 

Leisure Classes, offered by LSU, are currently enrolling people for the spring semester. Leisure Classes are non-credited classes that have varying fees. Students of all ages are encouraged to register. Classes are open to the general public, as well as to LSU students, faculty & staff.
 

For most people, learning and leisure make life worth living. Activities such as drawing, dancing, decorating and more help relieve stress, socialize with others and gain valuable knowledge. Leisure Classes strive to engage, entertain and enrich the lives of all participants, as they take the journey into learning new and exciting skills.
 

With more than 40 classes, including 27 new classes added this spring, participants have a wide variety of classes to choose from. Enjoy classes such as Zentangle for all levels, Textured Metal Jewelry making, Drawing for Beginners, Interior Decorating Basics, Wine Tasting, T’ai Chi Ch’uan, and so many more.
 

Whether a person is a novice or looking to further improve a particular hobby or skill, Leisure Classes have something for everyone. For more information on the individual classes, please visit www.lsu.edu/leisureclasses or call 225-578-5119.
 

About Leisure Classes at LSU:
Leisure Classes are not for college credit. Participation does not require admission to the university and there are no transcripts or grades. Classes are intended to provide an engaging learning environment and to promote personal and professional enrichment, growth and development and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or policies of LSU. Instructors are interviewed, screened and selected for their experience and competence in a given subject and their ability to convey information effectively to others. Leisure Classes provide equal opportunity in education and employment and do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status.

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