Community Education classes combine fun and fitness
BOWLING GREEN, O.–Bring out your inner glass artist, put on your dancing shoes and let your kids get their hands dirty this fall by taking one of the many classes offered through Continuing and Extended Education at Bowling Green State University.
Create a piece of art for your home and the holidays in one of three stained glass classes. Instructors will teach you how to make a stained glass panel, a snowflake ornament or a photo ornament.
Creativity and artistic skills for young people aged 3 to 19 are enhanced in the popular Saturday Art Program, which begins Sept. 25. Preschoolers can explore a variety of materials as they create their own unique works of art, while older children can hone their skills and increase their knowledge of artistic media, processes, and techniques.
Classes in gymnastics run from basic tumbling and balancing for preschoolers to more advanced skills such as the balance beam, uneven bars and vaulting for older children.
Karate classes are available for adults. Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced classes teach karate as an art and sport as well as a method of self-defense. Intermediate and Advanced sessions start Aug. 23. Beginner sessions start Sept. 8.
Let someone “dance with a star” – you! Learn the waltz, fox trot, rumba, and tango in our Ballroom Dancing class. The first session begins Sept. 17.
For more information about BGSU's community education classes, visit http://cee.bgsu.edu or call 419-372-8181.
(Posted August 13, 2010 )