Fall 2018 Catalog 2nd Draft CoverYou say that our classes are unique and over 96% of you would recommend them to a friend!

"I learned a lot of useful and interesting facts from this class!  Absolutely fantastic!"  Nicky H.

"The information and materials shared were user friendly during the class and will be applicable after!"  Lindsey R.

"I thoroughly enjoyed this class.  The environment was enjoyable and rich with learning opportunities."  Elizabeth C.



Current catalog and class categories!

When do I get my catalog?

Catalogs are mailed to district residents homes in mid-August and mid-December.  If you are not receiving the catalog, please call 763-391-7119 and we will mail one to you and place your name on the mailing list!

Check out classes in the areas of:

Culinary Creations
Get Wired!  (Computers and Technology)
Artful Living
Mind and Body
Family & Finance
Home and Garden
Special Events
Health and Safety
And more!
Register online.

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Can I teach a class?

If you would like to become an instructor click on Enrichment Instructors and review the items listed.  You can also call 763-391-7117 to begin the process.  We are looking for instructors with an expertise and a passion about their subject. The class should not only provide students with valuable information and learning, it should empower them to take next steps independently.  Classes are not a place to solicit or sell.  


Rob Sturdy
Community Education, ESP